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The Movie’ Dazzles Indie Box Office

Driven by BTS followers, “Bring the Soul: The Movie” — a documentary concerning the widespread Korean pop group’s latest world tour – was this weekend’s highest grossing indie on the field workplace.

Released on 875 screens by Trafalgar Releasing, the BTS documentary earned an estimated $2.four million, rating among the many Top 10 movies on this weekend’s charts. That outcome topped the $2.1 million earned by Bleecker Street’s “Brian Banks,” which was launched wider at 1,240 screens. The true-story drama starring Aldis Hodge as a soccer participant who fights for his NFL desires after being falsely accused of rape obtained combined opinions with 55% on Rotten Tomatoes.

On the restricted launch facet, Roadside Attractions launched the acclaimed journey movie “The Peanut Butter Falcon” on 17 screens, incomes $205,236 for a per display common of simply over $12,000.

Written and directed by Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz, the movie follows a small-time outlaw (Shia LaBeouf), a boy with Down syndrome (Zack Gottsagen) and a nursing dwelling attendee (Dakota Johnson) as they go on a quest to assist the boy fulfill his dream of changing into a wrestler. The movie has been critically acclaimed with a 96% Rotten Tomatoes rating.

Meanwhile, A24’s “The Farewell” continues to develop steadily, passing the $10 million mark after incomes $2.1 million from 704 screens in its fifth weekend. Last weekend’s new releases, NEON/Topic’s “Luce” and IFC’s “The Nightingale,” each expanded to 24 screens with mixed-to-poor outcomes, as “Luce” earned a per display common of $6,015 and “Nightingale” noticed its common fall to $2,660.

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