So our current total (which isn’t exactly current since the foreign numbers aren’t all up to date) is Domestic – $7,739,728 + $1,869,123 = $9,608,851. We still have no numbers for Russia and we have several markets that just opened, most notably Australia.
Hey everyone and welcome to the latest edition of the Feeder! I know it’s been a while - and I had every intention of posting yesterday…but a personal issue came up and I was unable to. Anyway, let’s get to all the goodies that we’ve missed since last we met.
First up is the box office numbers – domestic and the foreign numbers we have so far – courtesy of Box Office Mojo.
Total Foreign B.O. (for the countries reported – there are others that BOM doesn’t have listed as of yet) is $1,175,985. Add that to the domestic box office 0f $7,665,353 and we are up to $8,841,338. Russia opens today and Australia’s opening is a week away – two big markets. Here’s hoping the movie does well in these and other regions opening soon.
Hey everybody and welcome to another edition of the Feeder. Let’s catch up on all that’s happened since we last met. There was a meet and greet Down Under – as well as the Sydney movie premiere. But first, we have some box office numbers.
We have the domestic numbers and some international numbers have come in (though not all). These numbers are courtesy of Box Office Mojo.
The holiday weekend numbers were slightly lower than originally estimated, but not horribly so. We’re still far below where we hoped to be, and, unfortunately many theaters are no longer showing the movie in the US. If it’s still in a theater near you, get out there this weekend and support our wonderful cast.
All totaled we’re now looking at just shy of $8 million ($7063,989) and take into consideration that the larger foreign markets haven’t opened yet (Australia, Russia, UK). Also, these foreign numbers are only through Sunday, so they surely have gone up.
FINALLY! Can I just say it’s been too long coming for these promo stills from Quirke. I know, they released a trailer to the public and gave us an air date, so why am I complaining? Quirke even has a DVD release for the UK. Except we American Colin Morgan fans have nothing right now, and these few images is all we have to tide us over until news of Quirke reaching our side of the pond comes out.
The first episode of Quirke is set to air on February 16th on RTÉ One. The trailer is below for your convenience:
In the UK, the DVD comes out April 28th from Amazon.com UK but not until June 30th from the BBC Shop. So glad to know that Morgan’s next project, A Testament of Youth, will be produced by David Heyman and Rosie Alison of Heyday Films. Shooting starts on March 16th in the UK and maybe will guarantee that BBC Films releases it to an American audience too.
Hey everyone and welcome back! It’s been a few days since we’ve chatted – hope everyone who is able has had a chance to see the movie at least once. I hit double-digits yesterday – has anyone else seen it ten times or more?
Let’s start off with the box office numbers – though I should preface that the weekend numbers are still estimates due to the four-day holiday weekend (some of us had). Here are the numbers courtesy of Box Office Mojo.