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‘Tenet’ Now At $36M+ In Domestic Marketplace Still Fractured By Pandemic; Pic’s $250M WW Fueled By Foreign

‘Tenet’ Now At $36M+ In Domestic Marketplace Still Fractured By Pandemic; Pic’s $250M WW Fueled By Foreign
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Warner Bros. SUNDAY AM FINAL w/chart: It’s going to be a brutal autumn at the box office, and this weekend is only the start; the first without a major MPAA studio wide release until Oct. 23 when 20th Century Studios/Disney’s all-star mystery Death on the Nile opens. Gosh, Disney, it would help if you moved up the release a week or two. Sprinkled during this desert are independent-released wide releases, which for exhibition, is still appreciated, but they don’t necessarily come with the P&A spend of a major studio release. If you’re a glass-half-filled type of person, well, then yes, what exhibition is going through right now is arguably better than when all the big circuits were closed over the past six months; unless they’re seeing no foot traffic at all, and the lights are left on. Some say you can’t bring Pre-COVID perceptions of the box office to a marketplace that’s been greatly impacted by the pandemic. That might be true, but business is still bad. The entire weekend for all films is estimated per industry sources at $13.5M, -12% from last weekend. A year ago, Focus Features posted their record opening with Downton Abbey ($31.3M) in a […]

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