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Together Together topped the specialty box office for a second week in a row. The Bleecker Street comedy starring Ed Helms broke the million-dollar cume mark this week, hauling a modest $313,000 over the weekend.
Vertical Entertainment’s debut of Four Good Days, starring Glenn Close and Mila Kunis, wasn’t too far behind because it drew comparatively massive audiences averaging $1017 per display screen.
The Rodrigo García-directed drama, primarily based on a real story by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post author Eli Saslow, follows 31-year-old Molly (Kunis) who begs her estranged mom Deb (Close) for assist combating a fierce battle in opposition to the demons which have derailed her life. Despite all she has realized over a decade of disappointment, grief, and rage, Deb throws herself into one final try to save lots of her beloved daughter from the lethal and cruel grip of heroin habit.
Four Good Days broke $300K on 298 screens, yielding good gross sales in some Southern and Midwest theaters.
As the world mirrored on the Best Actor upset win for Anthony Hopkins, Sony Picture Classic’s The Father acquired a slight awards bump because it added $147,231 to its cumulative complete. We ought to see the drama simply break the two million mark subsequent week.
Unfortunately, Minari didn’t share the identical destiny with The Father because the Lee Isaac Chung-directed drama had a big drop-off from the week prior. The A24 drama added solely $80K on the specialty field workplace.
The specialty field workplace noticed 5 different premieres this weekend – Vertical Entertainment’s The Resort, Focus Features’ Limbo, indie launch The Virtuoso and Percy Vs Goliath, and CMC Pictures’ Cliff Walkers, with the primary two flicks virtually touching $100K.