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“Fatale”, “promising young woman” and “Pinocchio” are among the titles that remain constant at the special box office – deadline

Special box office titles and those that are also gaining a foothold in the wide release landscape make up the majority of the top box office numbers of the weekend – which is damn good in every way.

Some of these titles used to be considered a “specialty”, but since the box office is shifting and digital, PVOD and virtual cinema are becoming more and more part of the conversation, everything is a bit more fluid normal until the “new thing” is set up at the box office.

As reported by Anthony D’alessandro, number 5 is in this week’s top 10 Fatal with Hilary Swank and Michael Ealy. The Lionsgate thriller added 39 theaters this weekend and deposited an estimated $ 670,000 to bring its cume to $ 4 million.

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Focus Features has three titles in the top 10 this week, including Emerald Fennell’s Buzzy Awards season title Promising young womanwhich is now playing in 1,448 theaters. The dramatic thriller ranks # 6 on its third weekend and earned an estimated $ 560,000 to bring its cume to over $ 2 million. Has focus too come play and Half brothers which landed on # 9 and # 10 respectively.

Meanwhile the fantasy fairy tale from Roadside Attractions Pinocchio by director Matteo Garrone and starring Roberto Benigni managed to break $ 1 million with his cume in week three. The picture reached 7th place in the top 10 this weekend.

Check out the box office numbers of the titles showing in theaters this weekend below.

come play (Focus functions) – week 11 [151 Theaters];; Weekend $ 95,000; Average of $ 629; Cume $ 9.6 million

Fatal (Lionsgate) – Week 4 [1,222 theaters];; Weekend $ 670,000; Average of $ 548; Cume $ 4,000,000

Half brothers (Focus functions) – week 6 [167 Theaters];; Weekend $ 60,000; Average of $ 359; Cume $ 2.1 million

Pinocchio (Roadside Sights) – Week 3 [821 Screens];; Weekend $ 208,770; Average of $ 254; Cume $ 1,112,991

Promising young woman (Focus functions) – week 3 [1,448 Theaters];; Weekend $ 560,000; Average $ 387, cume $ 2,700,000

The war with grandpa (101 Studios) – Week 14 [385 Theaters] Weekend $ 147,327; $ 383 average; Cume $ 19,001,819


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