Sony’s a man named Otto began the first phase of its three-stage rollout this weekend, exclusively in four theaters in LA and NY, averaging $15,000 in revenue per screen over the three-day weekend, earning $60,000. did. The estimated total for the four days is $75,000, or a PSA of $18,700.
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Otto Earned $23,000 on Friday, $17,000 on Saturday and an estimated $21,000 sun. And $18k Monday.
Sony Pictures Classics Screens Documentary Turn All Pages – The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb It made a $12,000 three-day debut in two locations in two theaters in NY and LA, with a PSA of $6,012. This document explores his remarkable 50-year relationship between two literary legends, author Robert Caro and his longtime editor Robert Gottlieb.
Also this weekend, Neon’s broker In its second week, it made $28,200 across 4 screens over 3 days and $34,700 over 4 days for an estimated total of $60,000.
IFC Films Expands Marie Kreutzer’s corsage Heading to Los Angeles in its second frame, it will open exclusively at the Laemmle Royal Theater on December 30, before continuing to run at the IFC Center and Films at Lincoln Center in New York City. It generated an estimated $30,000 in revenue over three weekends and $37,000 over four weekends, with three theaters generating an estimated average revenue per theater of $10,000 and $12.3, respectively. The film, which stars Vicki Krieps, expands to her 200-plus locations on Friday.
Also in Week 2, United Artists Releasing will release Sarah Polley’s women’s story 8 runs in 5 markets (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Toronto) $42,000 over 3 days, estimated $53,000 over 4 days ($148.5 cumulative through Sunday, cumulative through Monday) 150,000 $9,000, with consistently high exit scores and critical reviews.
Expanding to 30 runs in 10 markets this weekend, and more on 1/13.
From Sideshow/Janus EO 44 theaters generated an estimated $71.7K over 4 days ($60.7K over 3 days), averaging $1.6K per screen, and $455.15K in gross new revenue. no bears A single screen generated an estimated $7.7 million ($6,650 over three days) and earned $23,205.
Other Notable Holdovers: Release of Darren Aronofsky’s A24 whale on a universal 623 screen favermans 1,149 Steven Spielberg, and Searchlight Pictures menu It was ranked 7th, 8th and 9th in the top 10 domestically by Marc Myrod on the 860 screen.
whale: Estimated 3 consecutive holidays, $1.3 million. $1.7 million in 4 days. Cumulative total of $6.1 million.
favermans: estimated $1.14 million/$1.5 million in 3/4 days. The total estimated value is $12.5 million.
menu: $1.07 million in 3 days. $1.4 million over four days. cum projected through the Sun. $36.1 million. $36.4 million as of Monday.
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