Summer Sixteen

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.


Final totals:
 

Jon
1. Captain America: Civil War $407,964,934
2. Finding Dory $481,848,069
3. Suicide Squad $297,422,209
4. Independence Day: Resurgence $103,054,053
5. Star Trek Beyond $154,293,322
6. Jason Bourne $155,162,175
7. Now You See Me 2 $65,075,540
8. The Purge: Election Year $79,042,440
9. The Conjuring 2 $102,470,008
10. The Secret Life of Pets $358,555,825
$2,204,888,575

 

Adam Robot
1. The BFG $54,739,187
2. Alice Through the Looking Glass $77,042,381
3. X-Men: Apocalypse $155,442,489
4. Ghostbusters $126,249,627
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $82,035,823
6. Warcraft $47,225,655
7. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $55,340,730
8. Pete's Dragon $64,222,939
9. Central Intelligence $127,426,401
10. Ice Age: Collision Course $62,631,030
$852,356,262

 
This was over as soon as Adam Robot didn't select Finding Dory with his first pick.


Previously on Adam Riff™:
Q: Rank the following 2016 film adaptations of video games by projected final domestic box office, from largest to smallest: Ratchet and Clank, Angry Birds, Warcraft, Assassin's Creed.


As of Labour Day:

$$$ The Angry Birds Movie $107,483,144
$$ Warcraft $47,225,655
$ Ratchet and Clank $8,821,329

So depending on how Assassin's Creed performs, I win, Russell wins, or we all lose.

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