Box Office Predictions: 'Snitch,' 'Dark Skies' Won't Catch up to McCarthy's 'Thief'

Box Office Predictions: 'Snitch,' 'Dark Skies' Won't Catch up to McCarthy's 'Thief'

After last weekend’s tally of new releases, this weekend’s winner is anyone’s guess.

Sensei’s weekend predictions and revenue results go as follows:

1. “Identity Thief ” ($12.7 million) -I don’t see any of the new releases taking the top spot, making thisweekend the battle of previous releases. Whoever has the best hold fromlast weekend wins. Right now, that looks to be Identity Thief.

2. “A Good Day to Die Hard” ($11.8 million) – Buzz is only lukewarm. While nowhere near a flop (just ask Bullet To The Head and The Last Standabout that), film doesn’t have the audience support seen in previousfranchise entries. Expect a big drop here from last weekend’s opening.

3. “Snitch” ($11.4 million) – The stronger of the film’s two major releases (the other, Dark Skies, I don’t see making the top five). Going with a Mechanic-like opening here considering how both films relied heavily on their single action star.

4. “Safe Haven” ($10.2 million) – Sorry guys, for those who weren’t dragged to this Nicholas Sparks film last week, now’s your turn.

5. “Escape From Planet Earth” ($8.4 million) – Willgrab some younger audiences. Film will struggle just to recoup its $40million dollar production budget domestically. Don’t expect high resultsin future weeks either.

In other calls:

Look for Dark Skies to only gross around $7 million. Silver Linings Playbook willbreak the $100 million domestic mark, chalking up another box office feat forJennifer Lawrence. She’s now easily set up to be the year’s mostsuccessful box office actress.

That’s Sensei’s calls. Have a great weekend.


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