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We might finally see some light returning to the specialty box office this Memorial Day weekend. Bố Già (Dad, I’m Sorry) is a comedy-family drama directed by comedian and Vietnam television host Trấn Thành and Vũ Ngọc Đãng. The movie is an adaptation of a hit web drama that was originally released on YouTube, where it garnered more than 90 million views for its five-episode run. The film follows the story of Sang, an old motorbike
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Refresh for latest…: It was a busy weekend at global turnstiles, with a particularly noisy start for Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part II. The John Krasinski-helmed sequel came out shouting with a $22M overseas debut in just 12 markets for a worldwide opening of $70.4M including the three-day $48.4M North American haul. AQP2 did better than expected in China with a $15M FSS, and that’s despite a super short lead time as its date there
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EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has another feature hit on its hands in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead which is on its way to becoming one of the streamer’s top 10 most watched movies, bound to notch 72M viewing households in its first four weeks. Army of the Dead, which repped the streamer’s widest theatrical release in 600 theaters prior to its drop on the service last Friday, May 21, ties with George Clooney’s The Midnight Sky as the 9th most
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Focus Features will open Wolf starring George MacKay and Lily-Rose Depp in theaters on Friday, Dec. 3. The first weekend of December, following the five-day Thanksgiving frame, is notoriously one of the slowest at the box office in pre-pandemic times, however, arthouse and awards season fare always break through. Wolf will be on marquees with other limited fare such as Searchlight’s Guillermo del Toro movie Nightmare Alley and an untitled movie from NEON. Believing he is a wolf trapped in
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After being delayed 15 months no thanks to the pandemic, Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part II, directed by John Krasinski, finally hit the screen last night making $4.8M. That’s an amazing start: The first A Quiet Place back in April 2018 had Thursday night previews of $4.3M. Meanwhile, Disney’s Cruella, which is also available on Disney+ Premier for $29.99, grossed $1.4M last night. A Quiet Place Part II, which reteams Krasinski with his wife Emily Blunt, is booked at 3,700 theaters
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