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Denzel Washington’s ‘The Little Things’ Repeats at No. 1

Super Bowl weekend has traditionally been sluggish for the field workplace, however COVID-19 has made it slower than ever, as solely two movies, Warner Bros.’ “The Little Things” and Universal/DreamWorks’ “The Croods: A New Age” grossed over $1 million this weekend.

“The Little Things” will keep No. 1 with $2.1 million grossed in its second weekend for a 10-day whole of $7.7 million. “Croods,” which is in its 11th weekend in theaters, continues its spectacular maintain regardless of being obtainable on PVOD for the previous two months with $1.7 million grossed, giving it a home whole of $46 million and a world whole of $147.6 million.

Open Road’s “The Marksman” is in third with $950,000, giving it a complete of $9 million after 4 weekends. Warner Bros.’ “Wonder Woman 1984” is fourth, falling under $1 million with $905,000 grossed, for a home whole of $40.three million and a world whole of $154 million. Sony’s “Monster Hunter” completes the Top 5 with $585,000 in its eighth weekend and a complete of $11.eight million.

Overseas, Disney/Pixar’s “Soul” has been performing nicely on the Chinese field workplace, the place it simply handed “Incredibles 2” to grow to be the second-highest-grossing Pixar movie ever within the nation with $55.eight million. Only “Coco,” which received over Chinese audiences with its story about Mexican traditions of honoring the useless, has grossed extra for Pixar with $189 million in 2017. Overall, “Soul” has grossed $96.2 million in international locations the place Disney+ — which is the place the movie was launched on streaming on Christmas Day — will not be obtainable.

While the pandemic slowdown is anticipated to final for a number of extra months, subsequent weekend will see the beginning of releases for Oscar contenders hoping to earn some mainstream buzz earlier than nominees for the Academy Awards are introduced on March 15.

Releasing subsequent weekend shall be Warner Bros.’ “Judas and the Black Messiah,” a biopic in regards to the life and FBI-ordered assassination of Black Panther Party chief Fred Hampton which earned essential acclaim following its Sundance premiere, and A24’s “Minari,” a Korean American household drama starring Steven Yeun that received the highest prize at Sundance in 2020. Both movies shall be launched day-and-date in theaters and on streaming, with “Judas” being launched on HBO Max, whereas “Minari” shall be launched on-demand by the A24 Screening Room, with PVOD launch on different platforms coming later this month.

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