Studio Weekend Estimates: ‘Wonder Woman’ Wonderful w/ $100.5M; ‘Captain Underpants’ Captains $23.5M

Monday Update: December is no longer the most “wonder”-ful time of the year, as Wonder Woman launched with a $103.2 million opening.

Despite a Sunday estimate of $100.2 million that caused doubt about whether the “actual” number would remain above $100 million once Monday weekend actuals were revealed, the film actually came in several million dollars above its original estimate. The Warner Bros. superhero film became the third movie to debut at nine digits this year, along with Beauty and the Beast and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Fox’s animated Captain Underpants started in second place with $23.8 million, the lowest DreamWorks animation opening since 2013 but about in line with pre-release expectations.

The full table of weekend actuals is at bottom, after our Sunday update featuring deeper analysis.


Sunday Update: December is no longer the most “wonder”-ful time of the year, as Wonder Woman launched with an estimated $100.5 million opening.

The Warner Bros. superhero origin story, starring Gal Gadot in the title role, is not guaranteed to remain above the $100 million mark by the time weekend actuals come out on Monday. In April, Universal’s The Fate of the Furious posted a Sunday weekend estimate of $100.2 million, but that dropped to $98.7 million by Monday’s weekend actuals.

“This resonated with audiences around the globe, since it’s just fun,” Warner Bros. president of domestic distribution Jeff Goldstein tells Boxoffice in an interview. “[Director] Patty Jenkins had a vision for the movie, there’s a great story, great characters, great chemistry, great marketing with the iconic poster featuring the sunset in the background. Then all the things that go with it, like the release at the beginning of June.”

Wonder‘s audience was 52 percent female, unusually high for the male-driven superhero genre. Asked about the film’s female audience, Goldstein says, “We weren’t expecting that, but we were hoping we might. But a large male audience was also our goal, and we also achieved that.”

Compared to other superhero origin films of recent years, Wonder begins higher than some and lower than others: 18.1 percent above Doctor Strange and 6.5 percent above Guardians of the Galaxy, but 24.1 percent below Deadpool and 24.8 percent below Suicide Squad.

Wonder rode its positive word of mouth including a 93 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an “A” CinemaScore. Goldstein also expressed optimism regarding the film’s future earnings, citing its very mild 7.6 percent Friday-to-Saturday decline as evidence that it may not prove as frontloaded as many other superhero titles.

This release represents a much-needed rebound for Warner Bros., which is coming off one of Hollywood’s biggest financial losses of the entire decade with May’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie started in second place with an estimated $23.5 million. Fox’s animated comedy based on the long-popular children’s book series starring the voices of Ed Helms and Kevin Hart came about in line with pre-release expectations.

Compared to other recent DreamWorks animated films, it posts the lowest start since Turbo in summer 2013. It starts well below other recent DreamWorks hits like The Boss Baby, Trolls, and Home, instead opening comparably to moderate earners like Storks and Ice Age: Collision Course.

Last weekend’s leader, Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, took third place with an estimated $21.6 million. It fell 65.7 percent, the largest second-weekend drop among the five Pirates film, “beating” the 61.5 percent decline of At World’s End. Disney’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 took fourth place with $9.7 million, while Paramount’s Baywatch rounded out the top five with $8.5 million.

The top 10 films this weekend earned an estimated $174.9 million total. That’s 30.5 percent above the $133.9 million earned by the top 10 last weekend. It’s also 11.1 percent above the $157.2 earned by the top 10 on this weekend last year, when X-Men: Apocalypse led with $65.7 million.

Overseas Update:

Wonder Woman started with a terrific $122.5 million estimated overseas weekend in 55 markets, led by $38.0 million in China. That makes for a $223.0 million global opening and total, a great start. [More numbers and info here.]

Pirates, after a huge overseas start last weekend, fell 64.6 percent to $73.8 million. Its totals now stand at $386.6 million overseas and $501.2 million globally, which appears likely to result in a lower global total than the previous two Pirates installments.

The Fate of the Furious continues to pad its amazing overseas total, with a $1.5 million overseas weekend. That lifts its total to $1.004 billion overseas (#6 all time) and $1.227 billion globally (#11 all time).


Weekend Actuals for Friday, June 2 – Sunday, June 4, 2017:

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Wonder Woman $103,251,471 4,165 $24,790 $103,251,471 1 Warner Bros.
2 Captain Underpants $23,851,539 3,434 $6,946 $23,851,539 1 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
3 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $22,087,099 -65% 4,276 0 $5,165 $115,095,870 2 Disney
4 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $9,839,370 -53% 3,507 -364 $2,806 $102,848,141 5 Disney
5 Baywatch $8,741,285 -53% 3,647 0 $2,397 $41,965,723 2 Paramount
6 Alien: Covenant $4,122,884 -61% 2,660 -1112 $1,550 $67,342,368 3 Fox
7 Everything, Everything $3,301,366 -45% 2,375 -426 $1,390 $28,282,953 3 Warner Bros.
8 Snatched $1,318,582 -67% 1,625 -1033 $811 $43,846,996 4 Fox
9 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $1,289,793 -71% 2,088 -1086 $618 $17,894,397 3 20th Century Fox
10 King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword $1,173,672 -64% 1,222 -1281 $960 $37,176,629 4 Warner Bros.

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Beauty and the Beast $658,056 -55% 527 -549 $1,249 $502,136,527 12 Disney
2 The Boss Baby $621,139 -64% 684 -658 $908 $170,921,703 10 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
3 3 Idiotas $609,249 349 $1,746 $609,249 1 Lionsgate / Pantelion
4 Paris Can Wait $529,395 23% 151 81 $3,506 $1,606,002 4 Sony Pictures Classics
5 The Fate of the Furious $489,465 -67% 593 -765 $825 $223,807,400 8 Universal
6 Churchill $400,843 215 $1,864 $400,843 1 Cohen Media Group
7 How to Be A Latin Lover $277,496 -71% 277 -392 $1,002 $31,701,000 6 Lionsgate / Pantelion
8 The Lovers $244,817 -62% 348 -95 $703 $1,912,185 5 A24
9 Going in Style $230,076 -6% 303 -41 $759 $44,245,405 9 Warner Bros. / New Line
10 Smurfs: The Lost Village $224,882 -21% 272 -90 $827 $44,035,646 9 Sony / Columbia
11 Kong: Skull Island $211,867 -22% 208 -38 $1,019 $167,755,562 13 Warner Bros.
12 The Wedding Plan $210,925 -32% 123 26 $1,715 $985,067 4 Roadside Attractions
13 Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer $202,826 -58% 232 -92 $874 $3,458,709 8 Sony Pictures Classics
14 Lowriders $201,620 -67% 179 -155 $1,126 $5,754,625 4 BH Tilt
15 Gifted $177,362 -54% 225 -155 $788 $24,066,707 9 Fox Searchlight
16 The Zookeeper’s Wife $75,885 -51% 115 -50 $660 $17,304,281 10 Focus Features
17 Get Out $75,385 -58% 121 -67 $623 $175,428,355 15 Universal
18 The LEGO Batman Movie $74,221 -42% 166 -10 $447 $175,686,290 17 Warner Bros.
19 Born in China $73,395 -25% 115 -115 $638 $13,664,718 7 Disneynature

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 A Quiet Passion $100,912 -42% 98 -20 $1,030 $1,618,107 8 Music Box Films
2 The Circle $54,286 -54% 91 -117 $597 $20,476,300 6 EuropaCorp/STXfilms
3 Their Finest $51,765 -59% 73 -34 $709 $3,506,461 9 EuropaCorp/STXfilms
4 Love, Kennedy $43,489 19 $2,289 $43,489 1 Purdie Distribution
5 Logan $42,993 -63% 92 -67 $467 $226,187,306 14 Fox
6 Wakefield $41,923 -33% 30 14 $1,397 $153,735 3 IFC Films
7 The Case For Christ $34,891 -19% 73 10 $478 $14,606,100 9 Pure Flix
8 Obit. $29,361 -3% 22 2 $1,335 $234,569 6 Kino Lorber
9 Band Aid $29,013 3 $9,671 $29,013 1 IFC Films
10 God of War $23,912 27 $886 $23,912 1 Well Go USA
11 The Exception $21,351 2 $10,676 $21,351 1 A24
12 Letters from Baghdad $19,725 2 $9,863 $19,725 1 Vitagraph Films
13 Colossal $19,278 -47% 53 1 $364 $2,983,656 9 Neon
14 I, Daniel Blake $18,682 12 $1,557 $70,106 1 IFC Films
15 Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan $13,707 -31% 4 2 $3,427 $57,358 2 Abramorama
16 Stalker $12,321 -42% 4 -2 $3,080 $138,550 5 Janus
17 Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent $10,480 32% 30 17 $349 $198,566 7 The Orchard
18 KEDi $10,258 -43% 10 -9 $1,026 $2,685,756 17 Oscilloscope Laboratories
19 Hidden Figures $9,159 -47% 13 -16 $705 $169,332,972 24 Fox
20 Manifesto $9,061 -14% 8 4 $1,133 $63,617 4 FilmRise
21 Buena Vista Social Club: Adios $8,412 -87% 27 -53 $312 $118,253 2 Broad Green Pictures
22 Chuck $8,392 -78% 30 -63 $280 $315,024 5 IFC Films
23 Citizen Jane: Battle for the City $8,194 -19% 10 -2 $819 $274,299 7 IFC Films
24 Like Crazy $7,196 -59% 8 0 $900 $85,086 5 Strand Releasing
25 Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary $6,887 11 $626 $276,358 8 Abramorama
26 David Lynch: The Art Life $6,798 101% 3 2 $2,266 $160,051 10 Janus
27 The Recall $6,570 7 $939 $6,570 1 Freestyle Releasing
28 Cezanne and I $4,591 3% 3 -1 $1,530 $243,071 10 Magnolia Pictures
29 Hermia & Helena $4,029 -69% 2 0 $2,015 $25,007 2 Kino Lorber
30 The Commune $3,854 -50% 11 -2 $350 $31,556 3 Magnolia Pictures
31 Champion $3,805 -72% 5 -11 $761 $151,706 3 ArtAffects Entertainment
32 The Dinner $3,471 -59% 10 -10 $347 $1,318,305 5 The Orchard
33 Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe $3,253 -77% 1 -1 $3,253 $58,648 4 First Run Features
34 Bang! The Bert Berns Story $3,182 4 $796 $55,151 6 Abramorama
35 The Wall $3,157 -90% 10 -61 $316 $1,797,627 4 Roadside Attractions
36 I am Not Your Negro $3,065 -9% 4 -2 $766 $7,120,626 18 Magnolia Pictures
37 This Is Not What I Expected $2,813 -57% 2 -1 $1,407 $332,141 5 Well Go USA
38 Frantz $2,739 0% 5 0 $548 $872,134 12 Music Box Films
39 Risk $2,671 -52% 6 -2 $445 $193,852 5 Neon
40 Truman $2,385 -64% 3 -2 $795 $205,184 9 Filmrise
41 Donnie Darko (15th Anniversary Re-Release) $2,359 31% 5 3 $472 $186,639 10 Arrow Films
42 The Last Shaman $2,351 4 $588 $15,616 4 Abramorama Entertainment
43 Leon Morin, Priest (2017 re-release) $2,178 -47% 2 1 $1,089 $39,146 4 Rialto Pictures
44 Buster Mal’s Heart $2,108 4 $527 $69,269 6 Well Go USA
45 Graduation $2,047 28% 2 -2 $1,024 $173,668 9 IFC Films / Sundance Selects
46 Personal Shopper $1,994 -3% 3 0 $665 $1,302,844 13 IFC Films
47 Afterimage $1,813 -83% 5 -1 $363 $23,937 3 Film Movement
48 Abacus: Small Enough to Jail $1,794 -83% 1 -1 $1,794 $33,024 3 PBS Distribution
49 After the Storm $1,412 119% 3 0 $471 $254,806 12 Film Movement
50 Alive and Kicking $1,296 7% 2 -2 $648 $56,628 9 Magnolia Pictures
51 Phoenix Forgotten $813 -80% 1 -4 $813 $3,598,389 7 Cinelou Films
52 Seven Beauties (1975) $625 -60% 1 0 $625 $10,442 8 Kino Lorber
53 One Week and a Day $606 1 $606 $38,417 6 Oscilloscope
54 Tomorrow $469 2 $235 $1,667,837 13 Under the Milky Way
55 Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait $394 1 $394 $8,679 5 Cohen Media Group
56 Behind the White Glasses $216 -36% 1 0 $216 $2,223 7 Kino Lorber
57 Slack Bay $210 -93% 2 -4 $105 $47,233 7 Kino Lorber Films
58 Soul on a String $49 -91% 1 -1 $49 $2,077 3 Film Movement

Studio Weekend Estimates for Friday, June 2 – Sunday, June 4, 2017:

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Wonder Woman $100,505,000 4,165 $24,131 $100,505,000 1 Warner Bros.
2 Captain Underpants $23,500,000 3,434 $6,843 $23,500,000 1 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
3 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $21,613,000 -66% 4,276 0 $5,054 $114,621,771 2 Disney
4 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $9,733,000 -53% 3,507 -364 $2,775 $355,474,332 5 Disney
5 Baywatch $8,500,000 -54% 3,647 0 $2,331 $41,724,438 2 Paramount
6 Alien: Covenant $4,000,000 -62% 2,660 -1112 $1,504 $67,219,484 3 Fox
7 Everything, Everything $3,320,000 -45% 2,375 -426 $1,398 $28,301,587 3 Warner Bros.
8 Snatched $1,340,000 -66% 1,625 -1033 $825 $43,868,414 4 Fox
9 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul $1,220,000 -73% 2,088 -1086 $584 $17,824,604 3 20th Century Fox
10 King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword $1,170,000 -65% 1,222 -1281 $957 $37,172,957 4 Warner Bros.

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 The Boss Baby $635,000 -63% 684 -658 $928 $170,935,564 10 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
2 Beauty and the Beast $620,000 -58% 527 -549 $1,176 $502,098,471 12 Disney
3 3 Idiotas $600,000 349 $1,719 $600,000 1 Lionsgate / Pantelion
4 Paris Can Wait $550,979 28% 151 81 $3,649 $1,627,586 4 Sony Pictures Classics
5 The Fate of the Furious $488,285 -67% 593 -765 $823 $223,806,220 8 Universal
6 Churchill $426,616 215 $1,984 $426,616 1 Cohen Media Group
7 How to Be A Latin Lover $300,000 -69% 277 -392 $1,083 $31,723,504 6 Lionsgate / Pantelion
8 The Lovers $273,180 -58% 348 -95 $785 $1,940,548 5 A24
9 Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer $213,378 -55% 232 -92 $920 $3,469,261 8 Sony Pictures Classics
10 The Wedding Plan $209,700 -32% 123 26 $1,705 $983,842 4 Roadside Attractions
11 Lowriders $193,410 -68% 179 -155 $1,081 $5,746,415 4 BH Tilt
12 Gifted $170,000 -56% 225 -155 $756 $24,059,345 9 Fox Searchlight
13 Born in China $81,000 -17% 115 -115 $704 $13,672,323 7 Disneynature
14 The Zookeeper’s Wife $75,660 -52% 115 -50 $658 $17,304,056 10 Focus Features
15 Get Out $72,825 -60% 121 -67 $602 $175,425,795 15 Universal

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Dean $60,366 15 $4,024 $60,366 1 CBS Films
2 Love, Kennedy $49,300 19 $2,595 $49,300 1 Purdie Distribution
3 The Lost City of Z $44,460 -66% 77 -44 $577 $8,370,779 8 Amazon Studios / Bleecker Street
4 Wakefield $42,000 -33% 28 12 $1,500 $201,042 3 IFC Films
5 Band Aid $31,500 3 $10,500 $31,500 1 IFC Films
6 Beautiful Accident $25,000 15 $1,667 $25,000 1 China Lion Film Distribution
7 The Exception $23,337 2 $11,669 $23,337 1 A24
8 Letters from Baghdad $18,250 2 $9,125 $18,250 1 Vitagraph Films
9 Colossal $17,102 -53% 53 1 $323 $2,981,480 9 Neon
10 Past Life $16,215 4 $4,054 $16,215 1 Orion Pictures / Samuel Goldwyn Films
11 Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan $12,256 -38% 4 2 $3,064 $55,907 2 Abramorama
12 Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent $10,533 33% 30 17 $351 $198,619 7 The Orchard
13 KEDi $9,500 -48% 9 -10 $1,056 $2,684,998 17 Oscilloscope Laboratories
14 Manifesto $9,000 -15% 8 4 $1,125 $63,556 4 FilmRise
15 The Recall $6,728 7 $961 $6,728 1 Freestyle Releasing
16 Maurice (2017 re-release) $6,068 -2% 2 1 $3,034 $29,177 3 Cohen Media Group
17 The Dinner $3,634 -57% 10 -10 $363 $1,318,468 5 The Orchard
18 Truman $2,500 -62% 3 -2 $833 $205,299 9 Filmrise
19 Risk $2,414 -57% 6 -2 $402 $193,595 5 Neon
20 Radio Dreams $2,053 1 $2,053 $2,053 1 Matson Films
21 Phoenix Forgotten $750 -81% 1 -4 $750 $3,598,326 7 Cinelou Films
22 Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait $309 1 $309 $859 5 Cohen Media Group
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11 Comments

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    Dave June 04, 2017

    Wow pirates went from a 385 global opening to a 115 million second weekend. Audiences can smell a turd faster than Disney can sell one. This wont even make 800 million worldwide

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      Austin June 04, 2017

      If Pirates 5 has yet to release in a few key markets, then it might barely cross $800 million worldwide.
      However, that worldwide opening for Wonder Woman is only $50 million shy of Pirates 5 worldwide opening and is a strong signal of over-performance (it was supposed to hit $175 million worldwide).
      Captain Underpants did not break out, which is what I feared would happen after those rather modest Thursday preview totals ($650k). However, it did take #2, and it will continue to divert family audiences until Cars 3 and Despicable Me 3 come out. With a budget of $30 million (!?), it will most likely make a profit unless it fails to find the offshore audience.
      Obviously, that $101 million domestic opening for Wonder Woman is impressive, but these are just estimates from Sunday morning, and Wonder Woman has a chance that it performed better than expected on Sunday as a whole. I’ll be waiting for the actuals to roll in Monday afternoon. Then, we’ll see how well it can hold next week.

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      Jacen June 05, 2017

      Yes, and I’m guessing that J the Pirates Zealot will have to find a new religion to flog here–or double down on how well Pirates is doing/going to do.

      On the flip side, perhaps the Pirates makers could learn from their first film and Wonder Woman: precise narratives and coherent storytelling. Maybe they will never recoup the audiences they’ve lost, but they could at least add something good to the culture in the future.

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        Austin June 05, 2017

        My projection of a $105 million was pretty close to this actual of $103.25 million for Wonder Woman (my error margin was around 1.6%). I call that a success on my part…then, there’s Captain Underpants.
        I thought it could cross $30 million based on a large gap for animated movies, but perhaps the potential counterprograming there was deprived of much light because families were already diverted by the two superhero movies. As soon as those Thursday preview numbers were counted, I knew Captain Underpants was going to fall short of $28 million. Even with that said and the 3-day opening was actually $23.8 million, I’m still betting that it will break even because it only cost $30 million (!?).

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          Austin June 05, 2017

          Usually, the fanbase of a movie or franchise, like the Pirates movies, comes to see it on the first week and more skeptical audiences see it later. It is for the latter that the movie must hope that:
          1. The movie gets good reviews (it’s Cinemascore is not a good indicator of a movie’s performance at all, as Cinemascores always release on the movie’s first Saturday and never change, even when other audiences that come later judge it more harshly).
          2. That those reviews lead to more positive attention towards the movie.
          Pirates 5 fulfilled neither and is sinking…much worse than I thought (a 68% drop from the first weekend compared to my predicted 58%); Baywatch and even Woner Woman aren’t saving that sinking ship on domestic shores. Instead, Wonder Woman perhaps is taking away Pirates 5’s audience, something that I knew was possible when that Fandango poll released (where 92% of its users said they want to see a female superhero on the big screen).

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            Jacen June 06, 2017

            Yes, I’m guessing Pirates 5 tops out at $175 mil domestically. Internationally? Hard to say. I would guess that the movie has an equal downturn in the international market, but it could end up with 80% of its total coming from outside the US. It just depends on how many people outside the US want to return to a franchise that started tasty but got increasingly rancid and diseased with each subsequent bite (some people like rotten Twinkies, though). With a larger budget than WW, I don’t see P5 clearing more profit than WW, especially if WW does much more business outside the US. The general satisfaction among audiences, plus the novelty factor (as shown in that Fandango poll), would weigh in WW’s favor here.

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        J June 06, 2017

        No need to make fun of Pirates’ performance. The simple fact is this: Pirates 5 will make more money than Wonder Woman ever will but since everyone hates Johnny Depp and are “sick” of the franchise no one will talk about the movie. Oh, and before you criticize the movie actually see it. I’ve seen it twice, and it’s a fun popcorn movie.

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          Austin June 06, 2017

          If you think critics have a bias against Jonny Depp, what about the first three Pirates movies and Black Mass (2015) where they praised his performance? And for that matter, consider the potential reviews for the upcoming Murder on the Oriental Express, a movie he’s starring in? That claim is utter nonsense!
          Also I did see Pirates 5 and it is pretty stupid and bland. It functions similarly to the fourth one, where everyone is after an ancient object. The characters are weak and their personalities have just become stereotypes at this point; even the new characters are just there to serve the plot. And don’t get me started about that post-credits sequence. Before telling me to see a movie, consider this: Not only do I love watching movies (even ones I know I’ll hate because of the possibility of being proven wrong and the fun of ranting about bad movies), but I try my hardest to see everything I can. So I don’t just watch Hollywood movies, I watch indie, art-house, and even some foreign films (My favorite this year is the Japanese Anime film, Your Name).

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            Austin June 06, 2017

            (Adding something about Pirates 5 that I omitted from my above comment): I can’t say it wasn’t entertaining sometimes and I can’t say it’s the worst thing I’ve seen (in fact, it’s far from that), but I just can’t say it is good, I can’t say I can watch it again, and I can’t say it’s better than the fourth one (it’s about on par for me). I can’t force you to uptake my opinions (so don’t expect me to uptake your opinions), but don’t think me, the critics, or other people, did not see Pirates 5 unless you actually know.

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            J June 06, 2017

            I wasn’t replying exactly to you, but sorry for the confusion. And as for the Depp-hating, it wasn’t around for the first three Pirates and Black Mass and only occurred with the recent allegations of him “beating” his wife. So yes, they all hate him now and think his act is tired. I’m not saying it was a great film, it’s pretty much The Force Awakens of the Pirates franchise. And yes The Force Awakens was a bland rehash with a Mary Sue character, although I did like it better than the prequels. So my comment was just pointing out that everyone who thinks Pirates is failing but Wonder Woman is somehow overachieving because everyone on Earth loves it and wants to see it is wrong. If Wonder Woman is doing good when it’s doing worse than a fifth Pirates movie then what does that mean for the fifth Pirates movie? Is it doing great then?

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    Austin June 06, 2017

    In all honesty, I cannot undercut Pirates 5’s performance, as I think it will still bring in a profit and be successful, even if it doesn’t reach $800 million worldwide. I just think that maybe we’re having moments of ‘agree to disagree’ regarding Pirates 5 and have different perceptions.
    Besides, Pirates 5 is doing WAY better than Alice 2 in practically every way.

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