Incomprehensible Jizztrumpet

Previously on Adam Riff™:
On May 1, Adam Robot and I each drafted 10 films set for release between May 1 and August 31. Whoever's slate earns the most money domestically by Labour Day wins. I won a pre-draft game of rock-paper-scissors to select first, after which we alternated selections.

Let's check the board:

1. Captain America: Civil War $403,902,253
2. Finding Dory $286,552,649
3. Suicide Squad
4. Independence Day: Resurgence $41,600,000
5. Star Trek Beyond
6. Jason Bourne
7. Now You See Me 2 $52,054,214
8. The Purge: Election Year
9. The Conjuring 2 $86,906,434
10. The Secret Life of Pets


Adam Robot
1. The BFG
2. Alice Through the Looking Glass $74,574,007
3. X-Men: Apocalypse $151,126,991
4. Ghostbusters
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $77,117,555
6. Warcraft $43,886,470
7. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $54,763,140
8. Pete's Dragon
9. Central Intelligence $69,302,458
10. Ice Age: Collision Course

Adam Robot's slate is like a Family Feud "fast money" round in which the second player has his or her work cut out. Fortunately, The BFG is tracking poorly and may have trouble crossing $30 million its opening weekend.

Adam Robot: I think for the movie competition we do both domestic and worldwide.
Jon: Heh. SOMEONE saw Warcraft's numbers in China…

Jon: Alright:

Jon (Worldwide)
Captain America: Civil War $1,147,559,253
Finding Dory $396,852,649
Independence Day: Resurgence $143,093,317
Now You See Me 2 $159,754,214
The Conjuring 2 $242,906,434


Adam Robot (Worldwide)
Alice Through the Looking Glass $249,074,007
X-Men: Apocalypse $372,684,672
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $153,917,555
Warcraft $412,186,470
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $100,563,140
Central Intelligence $83,602,458


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