Box Office: ‘The French Dispatch’ Sets Pandemic-Era Record Theater Average

Box Office: ‘The French Dispatch’ Sets Pandemic-Era Record Theater Average
In a win for the arthouse market, Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch posted the top opening theater average of the pandemic era.

The Searchlight Pictures movie grossed $1.3 million from 52 cinemas in 14 U.S. markets, or $25,000 per location. The previous best three-day opening weekend average of the pandemic era belonged to Venom: Let There Be Carnage ($21,309) and, before that, Black Widow ($19,400).

Before the Covid-19 crisis, the opening performance of a specialty or indie film was judged by its location average since these titles started off in a small number of sites. An average ...
See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

Similar News


Recently Viewed