PACIFIC RIM Scores Record-Breaking Opening in China; Sequel Looks Likely

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There’s hope for a Pacific Rim sequel yet!  Though Guillermo del Toro’s original tentpole scored a respectable—if underwhelming—$37 million opening domestically, the effects-heavy pic is unlikely to hit the $100 million benchmark here in the states.  However, given its international cast and the universal language of “monsters and robots beating the ever-living shit out of each other,” the long-game for Pacific Rim always hinged on it playing well overseas—and indeed it has.  The pic’s foreign box office total currently stands at $140 million, and the film just opened in China to a record-breaking $9 million on Wednesday.  That’s the highest debut ever for a Warner Bros. film in China, and Deadline reports that the result of the performance is that Pacific Rim will “likely have a sequel.”  Hit the jump for more.

pacific-rim-2-sequel-rinko-kikuchi-charlie-hunnamWhile the expansive (and gorgeous) visual effects for Pacific Rim meant that the budget for the tentpole sat somewhere between $180-$220 million, the film’s worldwide box office total currently stands at $224 million.  Though that budget doesn’t include the cost of marketing, Pacific Rim’s success at the box office overseas means that there will now be a built-in audience for the PR brand, making the prospects of greenlighting a sequel that much more attractive.

This is excellent news for fans of del Toro and screenwriter Travis Beacham’s creation, as the duo crafted an incredibly intricate and colorful world that demands to be explored further.  Quite a while ago, Legendary Entertainment enlisted the two to start drafting an outline and screenplay for a Pacific Rim sequel, so there are no doubt plenty of ideas in place for where the follow-up can go.  Del Toro previously hinted that Dr. Geiszler (Charlie Day) drifting with a kajiu brain is something that will be explored further in the sequel, but mostly I’m just eager to dive back into the world of Pacific Rim.

Pacific Rim 2 has yet to receive an official greenlight and we haven’t heard anything from Legendary or Warner Bros. with regards to the follow-up, but the first film’s box office performance in China certainly bodes well.  Whether del Toro will be able to return and direct the follow-up is unclear, however.  His schedule in the near future is pretty stacked, as he starts filming the pilot to The Strain in September, then moves to directing his next feature film Crimson Peak early next year.  Moreover, del Toro recently told us that his next film after Crimson Peak looks like it will be ready to go directly after he finishes up with the gothic romance pic, so it’s entirely possible that he could just be writing and producing Pacific Rim 2 and not directing.  That being said, it’s still very early days.

What do you think, folks?  What do you want to see from a Pacific Rim sequel?  Sound off in the comments below.

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  • Lance

    Woo hoo! This is great news.

    And given that sequels tend to get more attention than first run original movies, I hope the sequel fares better here in the States, maybe after more people check out the first one on DVD or cable.

    • Strong Enough

      This movie sucked, fuck all of you guys you have no taste and yes I did see Grown ups 2 it’s jokes were funny to my mind.

      • Guest

        This is the problem in a nutshell.

      • Hammer

        Someone should murder this strong enough douchebag

      • Hammer

        Someone should murder this strong enough douchebag

  • Old Soldier

    To bad this didn’t happen with John Carter.

    • Hola

      John Carter has its moments, and make no mistake, they are well deserved, but IMO it has also problems of identity and from a wide perspective, it felt short. I think with a little trims and fixes it would have been one hell of a franchise.

  • Raptor Jesus

    Don’t hold your breath.

  • NICK НΛRT

    i sure hope it gets a sequel. and im pretty sure del toro would come back to direct, this is a passion project of sorts for him

  • Christopher

    Prince of Persia didn’t light the domestic box office on fire; scoring only $90 million. Its foreign total however was $244 million, bringing it up to about $335 million worldwide on a $200 million budget, and we never saw a sequel to it.

    Don’t hold your breath for Pacific Rim 2.

    • NeuralBridge

      PR has received very good reviews while PoP really didn’t. This movie has generated fans, people willing to spend money on toys and comics and everything. Leaving it like it is now would be such a waste. And let’s not forget they’re making a kickstarter campaign for Dredd which earned 35 mil WORLDWIDE on a 50 mil budget.

      • Big Tony

        agreed.

      • Strong Enough

        its not about the reviews. its about the money! and PR flopped!

      • Jessica

        Wait until the dvd/ blu-ray numbers come in at least, sheesh.

      • Strong Enough

        another one with the dvd sales. don’t mean shit for a 220 mil budget movie! it flopped! deal with it!

      • hunjee

        americans are stupid, as they’d rather watch a pile of crap like grown ups 2. everywhere else in the world canada included preferred pacific rim. so sorry, PR didn’t flop just in your narrow mind where you believe weapons of mass destruction exist in iraq. IDIOT

      • Matt1

        Chill out, bro.

      • Strong Enough

        Damn you mad huh?! i love it! lmao!

      • hunjee

        lol, you retarded, huh? lol love it. lmao

      • Strong Enough

        yup! you still mad! lmao!

      • Strong Enough

        yup! you still mad! lmao!

      • hunjee

        rofl at you sitting online waiting for me to reply. lol, get a life. you mad that pacific rim was better than transformers. wah wahhh wahhh. hahahaa, fgt.

      • Strong Enough

        still mad? damn you need some help? a hotline for fans who won’t ever get a Pacific Rim sequel? don’t worry, i’ll send a copy of Grown Ups 3 for ya! lmao

      • Lord Charles Esq.

        Guys, I think I found a troll.

      • Lord Charles Esq.

        Guys, I think I found a troll.

      • Strong Enough

        you’re like a week late to the party. look at all these comments!

      • hunjee

        lol, you retarded, huh? lol love it. lmao

      • HORSEFLESH

        There is no Kickstarter campaign for a Dredd sequel. The production company declared months ago that due to the complex nature of financing a $50-60 million film, a Kickstarter is not possible. A film 10 times the size of Veronica Mars could require over a million donations in 30 days. Not realistic.

        They’re encouraging people to buy blu-rays and sign the petition.

        http://2000adonline.us5.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=a6e40236aa24d482cfff600d2&id=62906ebdcc

      • Todd Brown

        FYI, that campaign for a Dredd sequel is a petition, not a Kickstarter. Both the petition and the Facebook page are officially endorsed, however.

      • NeuralBridge

        ok guys sorry, my point still stands though.

  • Key

    Will Legendary partnering with Universal affect the sequel chances too?

    • Starfox210

      Hellboy 2 did move to Universal instead of Sony. That could happen with another Del Toro film…

  • GrimReaper07

    The only flaw in this movie is that its a tiny bit too long. I loved it! One of the best pure action movies in quite some time.

    • Bayked

      Except for the fact it’s only 20% action and 80% crap.

      • Dooby

        So, it’s like you then? At least that’s what your girlfriend says….

  • Big Tony

    Critics liked it. Users liked it. Solid 72% on RT. Once it hits shelves and people get more exposure to it should help out a sequel in the box office. Hellboy only made 99mil (in 2004) and jumped up to over 160 for Hellboy 2. I have faith in Del Toro sequels, especially for an original idea like PR.

    Also, we shouldn’t compare this movie to Prince of Persia. That’s a joke. It was an entertaining film, yes. Disney was looking for the next Pirates and it just didn’t get the reception. Yes the numbers, but not the reception. It was forgettable.

  • Slattern

    Pacific Rim is much better than Transformers trilogy. it deserves more.

  • kevinvannatter

    I want Jax to travel to the Kaiju Dimension with a Jager but it, like, breaks down and he can’t repair it. Then he gets, like, stranded there and he has to learn how to survive.

  • Roy Batty

    a GREAT time at the movies! bring on the sequel!!

  • hessica

    Best news I’ve heard all week!

  • Joe

    Yay to it doing well!
    Nay to a sequel!
    Aye to another original story from GDT!

  • Solgazer

    Bugger all this nonsense! We should all be clamouring for Del Toro to get At The Mountains Of Madness greenlit!

    • Solgazer

      And Hellboy 3!

  • http://buzzabit.com/aaron/ Aaron Sullivan

    I’m glad it’s getting some success because I really enjoyed it, but I’m not sure I want a sequel. It ends rather nicely. That the creators had some solid ideas for a sequel does help, and I would like to see it get some attention because Guillermo del Toro really has a unique take on things and I want to see him handed large budgets in the near and distant future. :)

    It’s definitely not a movie for everyone, but I agree that it is far superior to the Transformers movies. It is a PERFECT movie for a real (tall) IMAX 3D theater, too. It’s just not right if the image isn’t several stories tall and the bass isn’t shaking your body.

    • Todd Brown

      -Spoilers below, for those who haven’t seen it.

      Keep in mind that at the end of the movie, they only destroyed the dimensional bridge. Bridges can be rebuilt. Plus, with the drift that Newt did, the Kaiju’s creators know a hell of a lot more about humans and Jaegers than they used to. It might take a while, but they could most certainly come back, and with one hell of a bone to pick this time.

  • Strong Enough

    9 million? thats it? LMAO there won’t be sequel to this horrible film. Legendary isn’t that stupid! I’ve seen Thomas face at Comic con. dude looked like he was about to kill himself!

    • Sit There and Bleed

      Ticket prices in China are different you twit. One Chinese Yuan equals 0.16 of a U.S dollar. There it sold roughly $55 million worth of tickets.

      • I Am Not Bruce Campbell,

        Your math is close, but still a little flawed. It has more to do with the exchange rate. One U.S dollar is a little more than 6 Chinese Yuans, but yes that still adds up to around a $55 million opening weekend equivalent. And that large an opening weekend in China means more people are aware of it and the possibility of more people who saw it that weekend buying the dvd/ blu-ray.

      • Strong Enough

        again with this dvd/bluray stuff. it doesn’t matter. no box office profit NO SEQUEL

      • hunjee

        9 million on a single weekday you idiot. china and japan are the second and third biggest movie markets in the world next to america, yet combined they have 1 third the cinemas. so considering PR is right up the alley for the asian market, there is a damn good chance it could make over 100 million from china and japan alone. god you’re so freaking stupid, i think you should do the world a favor and just end your life.

      • Strong Enough

        Chance? no way in hell! been out for weeks and still hasn’t made it budget back. don’t be mad! ha!

      • hunjee

        uh it will make back its budget using overseas revenue ALONE. the down syndrome is strong with this one. don’t bother to wipe the drool over face and type back to this. we all know you’re retarded. lol

      • Strong Enough

        oh how you hope. its hilarious to read your comments when we all know you’re so wrong! lmao!

      • hunjee

        lol you have down syndrome. bbhwhahahaha

      • Strong Enough

        back for more? you guys really love me don’t you? it feels so great to have this many fans on this site! lmao!

      • hunjee

        “uhduhhhhhhhh duhhhhhhhh” hahahhahha

      • Strong Enough

        “brmmmmmmmmm” hahahahahaha!

      • hunjee

        rofl you’re such a retard. hahahaha.
        do you wear that helmet when you leave the house with your caretaker? lol

      • Strong Enough

        at least not retarded enough to think pacific rim will get a sequel like you! LMAO!

      • hunjee

        it got green lit, it destroyed the opening box office in japan. lol
        you mad, f@g? haahahaha

      • Strong Enough

        green lit? where does it say that on Collider? LMAO we all know it didn’t so stop making sh*t up you fuckin fanboy! i hope you’re looking forward to growns Up 3! lmao!

      • hunjee

        lol do you sit on the internet all day hoping i reply to you? lol. hahahahhaa, its a saturday night you loser.

      • Strong Enough

        still lying your ass off? where’s that green light sequel you were talking about? LMAO!

      • hunjee

        the numbers for china, japan and brazil havent even come in yet, but pacific rim made 300 million world wide already. LOL. its going to be around 400 million when its all done. will you kill yourself when collider makes the article that pacific rim 2 is confirmed? CANT WAIT! make sure you broadcast your death on stream, i’d love to watch your retard life be ended. i’d love to then go take a shit on your grave. LOL

      • Strong Enough

        still assuming? still talking out your ass? where’s your sequel!?LMAOO!

      • hunjee

        Hey retard, looks like pacific rim is in the TOP 10 of world wide box office money makers for 2013. so i guess it wasn’t a bust eh, retard? LOL! Closing in on 400 million world wide and should make much more than that. Feels good to know that you’re a freaking idiot. bhwhahahaahaa

      • hunjee

        Hey retard, looks like pacific rim is in the TOP 10 of world wide box office money makers for 2013. so i guess it wasn’t a bust eh, retard? LOL! Closing in on 400 million world wide and should make much more than that. Feels good to know that you’re a freaking idiot. bhwhahahaahaa

      • Strong Enough

        Hey is the sequel greenlit? oh no? THOUGHT SO BWAWAWAWAWAWA!!

      • hunjee

        its been green lit for a month you retard. bwhahahhahaha

      • Strong Enough

        so send me the collider link where it says that? Where is the official press release? What is the release date? oh yeah thats right! THERE IS NONE! LMAO! you’re still talking out your ass. just face it, you lost! BWAWAWAWA!

      • hunjee

        go to the official page you idiot, its there you blind f.uck neanderthal. bwhaahahahaahha

      • Strong Enough

        WHERE!!!! WHAT IS THIS OFFICIAL PAGE YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT?!! Where does it say SEQUEL CONFIRMED?!!! Not on Collider. Not on Deadline. Not on slashfilm. NO WHERE!!! That’s where! You think Legendary wants to put another 200 mil on a FLOP? Just face it you dumbass you lost. now crawl back into your hole! don’t forget I’ll send you a copy of Growns Ups 3 for ya! lmao!

      • hunjee

        its been green lit for a month you retard. bwhahahhahaha

      • hunjee

        uh it will make back its budget using overseas revenue ALONE. the down syndrome is strong with this one. don’t bother to wipe the drool over face and type back to this. we all know you’re retarded. lol

      • vic mackey

        Shouldn’t you be comparing the relative cost of a Chinese to a US movie ticket not the currencies?

        According to the WSJ: “The average price in 2010 was around 40.40 yuan, or $6.40, according to the most recent data from media research firm EntGroup.

        Xinhua reported that the average movie-ticket price in 2010 was $5.30, in comparison to an $8 ticket price in the U.S.”

        So a $9 million gross is equivalent to a US $13.5m gross (roughly, and this is based on 2010 figures). If anything with recent inflation across all goods in Japan, the $9m gross is *comparable* to a $12m gross…

        but don’t forget $9million is $9million at the end of the day!!

        China also has a shtload more screens than the US. 9000 in 2010. Aiming for 20,000 by 2015. Total market was $2bn in 2010….

        So I’m not sure why everyone is wetting their pants about this $9m. It’s respectable like the US figure, but not earth-shattering.

        Either way, I hope all the cash adds up across all territories…and they give it a go.

      • I Am Not Bruce Campbell,

        Fair enough. Only thing about that I have a problem with is that they’re 2010 numbers. Prices have skyrocketed since then.

      • Strong Enough

        China doesn’t pay studios a dime you twat! look it up! ha!

      • Sit There and Bleed

        They’re generating an audience for it you nit! And yes again with this dvd/ blu-ray stuff. If it makes money in any sort of way then it counts. How do you think Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez and Edgar Wright keeps making movies? And this is almost the exact same position Del Toro was in with the first Hellboy and look what happened? It got a sequel, and the sequel ended up making more.

      • Strong Enough

        Quentin makes hits! Basterds and Django made more than Pacific rim will ever make! Del toro makes flops! bwawawawa!

      • Sit There and Bleed

        Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, Grindhouse…

        You didn’t respond to anything about Rodriguez, Wright or Hellboy. The Hellboy situation contradicts everything you have been saying…

      • Strong Enough

        their movies make their budget back dimwit! DVD sales don’t mean shit or else Dredd would have been greenlit ages ago! deal with it chump! lol!

      • Sit There and Bleed

        Grindhouse didn’t and we still got 2 Machete spinoffs.

        And what the hell does Dredd have to do with this?

      • Strong Enough

        So one flop and studios stop giving tarentino and robert movies? you have no idea how movies work do you? Martin campbell would be out of a job if that was the case. DVD sales don’t mean shit in film world. only in television. You think a studio will greenlight another 220 mill project cause a few hobos purchased the dvds? that has never happened and never will. Dredd is an example. high dvd sales and no sequel but you still have dredd fans claiming it will work when it won’t. its pretty sad actually

      • More Than Strong Enough

        He didn’t say anything about flops ending the careers of those directors you pathetic little shit. He never said anything about studios refusing those directors work. He said that despite financial failure at the box office, those films were able to find an audience somewhere else. And because of finding that different type of audience they were able work again. Grindhouse was a financial failure, but the dvd sales made it a cult hit. That and along with the Machete trailer becoming such a viral hit, studios felt confident enough to make a Machete spinoff. They didn’t make ANYTHING off the Machete trailer but they still took the financial risk making it. Now even though that was another box office failure, the dvd sales were once again strong enough for the studios to take a chance on making a sequel based off the cult status.

        Another example is The Boondock Saints. Shit box office, VERY shit box office in fact, massive dvd sales and that spawned the sequel.

        The only thing that’s sad right now is you, you angry, cynical, misinformed, hypocritical troll. Nobody here finds you witty or intelligent in any sort of way. You are a cancer that eats away at hope and optimism. You’re going to die off real soon, you know why? Mutts have a shorter lifespan than humans.

        Kill yourself. Seriously, do the world a favor and just end your existence. And I sure hope a poor girl wasn’t unfortunate enough to spawn with the likes of you. We don’t need anymore filthy mutts like you in the world.

      • Walter White

        *Slowly claps, turns into thunderous applause.

      • I Am Not Bruce Campbell,

        *Turns into standing ovation

      • Jessica

        *Roses being thrown everywhere

      • Strong Enough

        all that for me? i feel so special! lmao

        oh i’m not reading all that shit either. you MUST be crazy. congrats on wasting your time replying to me though. ha!

      • Jessica

        You have no idea just how “Special” you really are! =)

        The fact that he refuses to read it means deep down he knows it’s all true.

        Don’t confuse crazy for brilliance hahahahahaha ^__^

      • Strong Enough

        no it just means i won’t waste time reading something i don’t give a shit about. lmao. i know you all love me. thats why you keep coming back. don’t worry. i won’t tell! ha!

      • Blue Power Ranger

        Buddy, it’s Hellboy all over again. That alone negates your argument.

      • Strong Enough

        Hellboy didn’t cost 220 mil to make dumbass

      • More Than Strong Enough

        Don’t bother, Strong Enough is the resident piss drinking troll around here. He’ll say anything to piss people off and if you challenge his opinion, even if you’re using facts he’ll go apeshit. Just ignore him and he’ll die off.

      • Strong Enough

        don’t be mad Pacific Rim is a flop! ha!

      • hunjee

        lol at you jerking off to the idea of a grown up 3. holy crap you’re such a loser. bwhahaahahahahaha/ stupid retard american

      • Khan

        ;D Nice !

      • Strong Enough

        NOPE!

      • Strong Enough

        oh you still mad no pacific rim sequel for you? LMAO!

      • Hammer time

        Can’t blame him though. He did get dumped by that hot cousin of his he had a crush on. Since then he has been taking his insecurity out out on random bloggers on movie websites!

      • Hammer time

        Can’t blame him though. He did get dumped by that hot cousin of his he had a crush on. Since then he has been taking his insecurity out out on random bloggers on movie websites!

  • HORSEFLESH

    Sequel is no more likely; the Chinese state keeps 85% of all money earned at the box-office so even if PR earns $100 million in China it only comes out with $15 million.

    • pro346

      I’m guessing you failed math at school…

    • HydrogenChaos

      85% of $100 million is $85, so that means $15 million remains, not 25…

  • Jeremy McSwagger

    I’d rather see a Pacific Rim anime than a sequel. Del Toro said it himself. Pacific Rim was designed to start a franchise. And nothing holds franchises up quite like anime. Look at Bleach. It’s still not fucking dead!

    • DeadMenTellNewTales

      Why not have both? Could be another Animatrix.

  • verasgunn

    I’m really rather curious to see how this movie will perform in Japan. China’s a huge market, yes, and the entire Asia market in general is probably going to be where this movie is going to do the best, but this is a movie practically made for the Japanese audience. Giant robots and Kaiju are Japan’s thing, and this movie is probably the best movie of it’s type to come out in a while, certainly the best to come out of a western country.

  • verasgunn

    I’m really rather curious to see how this movie will perform in Japan. China’s a huge market, yes, and the entire Asia market in general is probably going to be where this movie is going to do the best, but this is a movie practically made for the Japanese audience. Giant robots and Kaiju are Japan’s thing, and this movie is probably the best movie of it’s type to come out in a while, certainly the best to come out of a western country.

  • Lizard King

    This is exactly the opposite reaction I had hoped for. The whole idea of Pacific Rim is that is is one of the most expensive original screenplays ever produced (meaning summer blockbuster that isn’t an adaptation, sequel, or remake). The success of this movie should have spurred Hollywood to take more chances and put out more original content. They should be signing every new and creative idea they can get their hands on. Instead, they said, “We made a great, original movie! Let’s pump out sequels of it that are exactly the same!”

    • Joe

      Thank you for stating more eloquently than me why I’ve been saying Nay to a sequel. Hollywood needs to learn that not everything should be franchised. There are other original stories to be told…so fund those and tell them.

      • mbmarquis69

        But if an expensive original film doesn’t make a ton of money, studios aren’t likely to embrace future original stories. If the movie makes a lot of money, the studios will pounce on the chance to turn it into a franchise (which means lots of copycats and sequels). It’s damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

      • Joe

        “damned if you do, damned if you don’t.”

        Yes I know the feeling only all too well…

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  • Pannie

    Article is penned by fanboy….a fanboy with grade 1 maths.

    How does a international gross of 140mil and local of 37mil make 240m. This is not close to profitable.

    Studios aren’t guided by international box office….if they were we would be watching another edition of of Shamalans Avatar.

    • verasgunn

      This article might be penned by a fanboy, but the article he’s citing comes from Deadline, where Nikki Finke reported it. She said the sequel hopes were higher, and her response is more of an industry analysis than a response of a fan.

      37 million was the first week’s gross, the movie’s been out for over three weeks, so the domestic gross is up to 86 million now, setting the worldwide at 226 million. That’s not a recoup or a profit just yet, but there are still territories where it has yet to be released, including Japan, which is likely a high target audience for PR’s PR strategy.

      And you’re wrong about studios not being guided by international box office. International box office is why the movie is in 3D, and why G.I. Joe got delayed to get the 3D treatment, because 3D movies not only sell better domestically, but tend to gross higher abroad as well. The film market is a global one now.

  • Malaik

    Del Toro should thanks to China

  • DanGerDiabolik

    oh yes! please give us a sequel! please! please! please! while i don’t think that this first one completely nailed it, i want more than anything to spend more time in that world. where do i sign to petition for a sequel? gimme.

    • Starfox210

      No petition (Yet), but what you can do now is take your friends that haven’t seen it yet, make sure to buy a copy of it on dvd/blu-ray, buy action figures if you have kids (My two boys play with them all the time) and just spread positive word of mouth about it. =)

  • Naveen

    God is great! Thank You Chinese!!!

  • Pat Clifton

    When you put – “monsters and robots beating the ever-living shit out of each other” – - in speech marks I have to wonder, who are you quoting?

  • Thomas

    This is strange : the same that praise G. del Toro for developing original material, seem to want him to turn it into a franchise. Pacific Rim was great, but why not developing new ideas now ?

  • rocky728

    Well I wouldn’t hold my breath when you consider that studios only get a quarter of the Chinese revenue and not the roughly 50% or better they get here and most of the rest of the world

  • JPTronwalker

    Thank the F**king heavens, jeez I honestly started to except that we were only going to get one Pacific Rim. This is truly amazing news, faith in humanity restored.

  • jay

    YESSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!! saw Pacific Rim this past weekend. it was epic

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  • Gamer

    thanks China!!!!!

  • Gringo killer

    Stupid gringos they prefer to see a bullshit nonsense comedy like Grown Ups 2. How stupid can be?….assholes.

  • Alex Hunter

    When the heck would we want a sequel? This movie is great on its own. I dont get why people demand sequels to films that are good, no perfect, on their own two feet. Honestly Id rather see an Incredibles 2, not Pacific Rim 2.

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