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Contrary to the assertions of critics such as Michael Medved, there doesn't seem to be a huge market for family films waiting to be served by Hollywood. But then, Medved never really understood why Hollywood during the 1970s and '80s kept producing the sexy and violent films that earned his ire. So he may be at a loss to explain why in the '90s Hollywood won't make films for the whole family but will produce more children's films, even though the typical box-office take for these films may not be that impressive.
Star Wars proved that a movie popular with children can generate as much in licensing royalty revenues as it does in box office returns. But it was Batman that demonstrated just how lucrative licensing can be. In addition to licensing dozens of different products bearing the Bat logo, Warner Bros. developed deals with McDonald's and other corporations that allowed a powerful cross-promotion of the different products. The result was a major hit, not only at the box office but in every other venue. The movie grossed more than $400 million, but some industry analysts estimate that it made even more money for the studio in sales of licensed goods.
They've also taken another line-extension lesson from Disney. In the late '80s, Disney developed the concept of sell-through home video. Previously, studios had thought that the only people interested in owning videos were rental stores and a handful of cinephiles. But Disney knew that its products were the sort that children would want to watch again and again, and if the videos were priced right, parents would buy them for children. So Disney dropped prices on its features from the $80 range to about $30 and watched its home-video division skyrocket to $1 billion in annual sales.
If a film has enough appeal to children, it can be an even bigger hit in the video market than at the theater. Last year, for example, the shaggy dog story Beethoven was a moderate success at the box office, earning about $40 million. But according to some estimates it had an even bigger gross in the video market, becoming one of the year's top-selling videos. What this all boils down to is that a children's movie (as opposed to a film with an appeal to the entire family) can be lucrative even when the box-office take isn't that great.
Universal Picturestook the biggest slice of the box office this weekend with its raunchysex comedy American Pie whichopened at number one with a tasty $18.7M, according to finalfigures, knocking Will Smith and his robotic bugs to second. The picturefollows a group of teenage boys who vow to lose their virginity beforegraduating high school. Moviegoers pleasured themselves in 2,508 theatersdelivering a flirtatious $7,460 per site. Since distributors hold on toa much larger percentage of the gross in the first week of play, Universalhas already covered the reported $11M production cost this weekend andwill recoup its marketing and releasing tab within days. As is often thecase with teen-themed movies, Friday accounted for its largest one-daygross over the weekend as American Piedipped about 3% on Saturday. However,its Saturday-to-Sunday depreciation of only 11% was the lowest in the topten indicating that the film could have staying power.
A final domestic totalof $120-130M could be in the works. Ask any industry analyst at the onsetof the summer movie season if Wild WildWest would spend only one week at numberone and most would have answered with a firm no. Such is the unpredictablenature of the box office. Meanwhile, music for the film remains hot asthe film claimed the top-selling soundtrack in the country for the thirdstraight week, ahead of discs for Tarzanand Austin Powers.
Jeff Bridges and TimRobbins squared off in the new suspense thriller ArlingtonRoad which opened in sixth place with$7.5M. The Sony release planted bombs in 1,631 locations and averaged aso-so $4,608 per site. Delayed from its earlier release date, ArlingtonRoad lacked the starpower to compete withsome of the box office heavyweights currently taking up space in cinemas.A mediocre theatrical performance seems likely though a larger audiencewill probably find it on video this winter.
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