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‘1917’ and ‘Uncut Gems’ Continue to Shine at Box Office on


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With the Golden Globes going down this Sunday, studios are hoping that their nominated movies will get a lift from moviegoers trying to get caught up on the contenders. Among these movies is Universal/DreamWorks’ “1917,” which is continuous its sturdy restricted launch run with $591,000 grossed from 11 screens for a $53,688 common.

After two weekends, the WWI movie now stands at $2.28 million and can open large on Friday alongside Warner Bros.’ “Just Mercy,” which can be taking the trail of restricted Christmas Day launch and early January large growth. The authorized drama grossed $79,862 from 4 screens for a per display common of $19,966 and a two weekend whole of $404,000.

One movie that doesn’t want any Golden Globe nominations to succeed on the field workplace is A24’s “Uncut Gems,” which is continuous a robust run in large launch with $7.6 million grossed this weekend from 2,686 screens. The critically acclaimed crime thriller has polarized audiences, who’ve given it a verified 54% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Still, that hasn’t stopped it from holding properly on the field workplace regardless of getting snubbed by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, holding a present whole of $36.eight million.

Among the holdovers which are contending on the Globes tonight, Fox Searchlight’s “Jojo Rabbit” has hit $21.5 million after grossing $355,000 from 118 theaters in its 12th weekend. Foreign language contender “Pain and Glory” is near $four million after grossing $67,436 in its 14th weekend, whereas NEON’s “Parasite,” which is contending within the director, screenplay and overseas language classes, has $23.9 million after 14 weekends with $888,122 grossed this weekend.

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