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‘Come Play’ Bleeds Out With $3.1 Million at Pandemic Box

Focus Features has the No. 1 movie this weekend with the PG-13 horror movie “Come Play,” however moviegoers proceed to remain residence, because the movie took in a gap weekend of simply $3.1 million from 2,183 screens.

Even in a traditional field workplace market, it could have been troublesome for “Come Play” — or any horror movie — to earn robust numbers with Halloween falling on a Saturday. Traditionally, when Halloween falls on a weekend, numbers are decrease as a result of most audiences are making the most of the calendar to benefit from the vacation elsewhere. Distributors and theaters house owners sometimes see an even bigger increase when Halloween falls on a weekday as a result of it elevates mid-week income.

Of course, this Halloween is something however regular. New York City and Los Angeles proceed to maintain their theaters closed, and San Francisco is simply permitting theaters to open with out concession gross sales. This previous week, Cinemark introduced it could open places within the Bay Area with out concessions, however many different chains are protecting their theaters in that space closed.

Making issues worse is the hovering price of COVID-19 infections nationwide. The U.S. is shattering world information for day by day new infections with every passing day, with the speed anticipated to cross 100,000 this week. With epidemiologists’ fears of a lethal winter turning into actuality, it’s anticipated that movies scheduled for Christmas launch like “Wonder Woman 1984” will quickly be moved to subsequent 12 months.

As for the remainder of the at the moment struggling field workplace, the Liam Neeson motion movie “Honest Thief” added $1.35 million this weekend to convey its whole to $9.5 million. Robert De Niro’s “The War With Grandpa” has added $1.1 million, bringing its whole to $11.2 million after 4 weekends. Finally, a trio of Disney Halloween re-releases — “Hocus Pocus,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and “Monsters Inc.” — mixed for $1.1 million with “Hocus Pocus” main with $456,000.

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