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In case you missed his big weekend weekend in Cannes, here’s every moment of every film:
1. Afternoon, July 25: The Big Short opens in wide release and will have an opening weekend somewhere over $7 million.
Cannes 2018: The Big Short in 1 minute.
2. The Emoji Movie opens in limited release Wednesday and will make $6 million Friday; its first Thursday day of release is only $1 million.
Cannes 2018: The Emoji Movie in 2 minutes.
3. The Jungle Book opens in limited release Friday and will make $5 million Friday, $5 million Saturday, and $2.3 million Sunday; its Friday night gross will be $10 million.
Cannes 2018: The Jungle Book in 3 minutes.
4. Straight Outta Compton opens Sunday in limited release.
Cannes 2018: Straight Outta Compton on a timeline in 3 minutes.
5. Inside Out opens Sunday in limited release and it will have a weekend weekend somewhere over $6 million.
An interesting and often repeated idea is that of ‘compression in an ideal world’. This idea is found in various ways throughout the literature, but is most commonly described in the context of the notion of ‘optimum fluid content’. The notion of ‘optimum fluid content’ is used in various forms in several contexts [e.g. Dijksterhuis, 2004; Kopp & Harnisch, 2010]. It has recently received much attention in relation to the study of fluid dynamics at the interface of engineering and physics [e.g. Jaffe, 2013, Kravitz, 2014, Kravitz et al., 2015, Rauch et al., 2017; see also Cai et al., 2017 for reviews], but there has not been much research specifically on this topic. This article addresses this issue by proposing a framework to study the concept of compression in an ideal world. In contrast to the ‘naturalistic approach’, we use a mathematical framework that provides a convenient overview and which is both general and precise. To our knowledge, this is the first paper to systematically integrate these two ideas, and to formulate and test a mathematical formula which can be used to formulate a formulation of the theory of ideal fluid flow [see also section 1 of the Supplementary Materials]. We have developed a general formulation from a specific mathematical formulation, which will give the first clear statement