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  1. I think it’s safe to say the movie has finished its run, with $1,115,008 domestic, and $15,234,295 overseas, for a worldwide total of $16,349,303.

  2. What happens when you make a feature-length animated movie about a toyline (in this case, Playmobil) that has nowhere near the same recognition as Lego does in North America and around the world, its U.S. release date gets delayed multiple times to the point that several other foreign countries have already released the film, and there is almost non-existent advertising for it outside of theaters when it finally gets released in North America?

    You end up with this box office bomb. At least that The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part earlier in 2019 (which I loved, by the way), managed to eventually break even at the box office, this film could not even hope to break even at the box office.

  3. In its second weekend, the film dropped 78% and fell to #23, grossing $143,735 from 1,458 theaters (dropping 879 theaters in only its second weekend) for an average of $98.58 per theater. After 14 days, the US gross is a mere $1,063,213.

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