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The Eyes Of Tammy Faye from Searchlight Pictures finished in the top ten domestically (at no. 9) with the highest per screen average of the group after Shang-Chi and Free Guy. Its estimated PTA, $1,500 in 425 theaters, bested newcomers Blue Bayou and wide releases Cry Macho and Copshop on a per screen basis. That’s the good news. The bad — Eyes’ number are not fantastic and weekend stats show moviegoers still picking favorites with
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After 18 months of delay due to the pandemic, tickets are finally available for MGM/United Artist Releasing/Eon’s 007 movie No Time to Die. Daniel Craig’s swan song as the MI6 agent with a license to kill opens Oct. 8 in the U.S. and Sept. 30 in the United Kingdom. The Cary Joji Fukunaga directed movie will feature 40 minutes extra of expanded Imax aspect ratio footage shot with the large format exhibitor’s 15/70mm film cameras. It’s the first
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Saturday AM Update: Any doubts about the health of the overall domestic box office continue to wane with Disney/Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings continuing to reign a top in its third weekend $21M, the second-best third weekend result for a September release after Warner Bros.’ It ($29.75M). That’s a great -39% hold after a Friday of $5.8M, -40% and the Destin Daniel Cretton directed feature looks to stand by EOD Sunday at $176.1M. There’s really not
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The Eyes Of Tammy Faye has something going for it that Searchlight Pictures’ Summer of Soul did not — a minimum 45-day exclusive theatrical window now that Hollywood appear to be is in the midst of a pivot to encourage moviegoing. Eyes, directed by Michael Showalter, opens on 425 screens, expanding to another 400 next weekend. The distributor’s films for the rest of the year will also follow parent Disney’s newfound determination to give cinemas
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Following The Humans premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, where it currently counts 85% positive on Rotten Tomatoes, A24 said Friday that Stephen Karam’s feature adaptation of his 2016 Tony-winning play will open in theaters and air on Showtime on November 24. It also dropped a trailer. The Humans follows Erik Blake (Richard Jenkins), who has gathered three generations of his Pennsylvania family to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter Brigid’s (Beanie Feldstein) apartment in lower Manhattan. As
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