The 3day weekend is going to be like 20m and the 5day will be about 30m
Those are Wednesday night previews though. Thursday numbers should be a bit bigger of course, I'm predicting around 38m over the five day weekend, which isn't great, but given that the budget is 69m, I guess it could be worse.
Both major comedies have underwhelmed so far, so the marketplace is ripe for a breakout-- if the reviews are there, Rough Night can do better than anticipated
As for Pirates, the interest for this series is basically non-existent anymore, and it's main play is foreign markets
I'm really surprised baywatch is doing that badly. Dwayne has had an 100 mill grosser for the past few years
The breakout???? I'm guessing The House.
God, I really hope The House isn't going to be the biggest comedy of the summer. Ferrell just infuriates me now. As for Baywatch underperforming, that is kinda surprising to me too, but I guess people caught on to the whole "Let's do what Jump Street did" vibe (because let's face it, the movie really was trying to follow the leader)...or they just figured it's not that good.