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Together together topped the specialty box office for a second straight week. The Bleecker Street comedy starring Ed Helms hit the million dollar mark this week, carrying a modest $ 313,000 over the weekend.
The debut of Vertical Entertainment’s Four good days, with Glenn Close and Mila Kunis, wasn’t too far behind as it drew a relatively large audience with an average of $ 1,017 per screen.
The Rodrigo García-directed drama, based on a true story by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post writer Eli Saslow, follows Molly (Kunis), 31, who begs her mother, Deb (Close), to help lead a fierce battle against the demons who derailed his life. Despite all she’s learned in a decade of disappointment, heartache and rage, Deb sets out on one final attempt to save her beloved daughter from the deadly and ruthless grip of drug addiction. heroin.
Four good days broke $ 300,000 on 298 screens, generating good sales in select theaters in the South and Midwest.
As the world reflected on the shocking Best Actor victory for Anthony Hopkins, Sony Picture Classic’s The father received a slight increase in rewards as he added $ 147,231 to his cumulative total. We should see the drama easily cross the 2 million mark next week.
Unfortunately, Minari did not share the same fate with The father because the drama directed by Lee Isaac Chung has seen a significant drop compared to the previous week. The A24 drama added just $ 80,000 at the specialty box office.
Specialty box office saw five more premieres this weekend – Vertical Entertainment’s The Resort, Focus Features’ Limbo, independent output The virtuoso and Percy vs. Goliathand CMC Pictures’ Cliff walkers, with the first two films touching almost $ 100,000.