‘Beau Is Afraid’ expansion sees $2.7M at The Weekend Box Office – Deadline

Ari Aster Bo afraid It did strong business in its second week, expanding from four screens to over 900 grossing US$2.7 million and US$3.14 million. An A24 movie starring Joaquin Phoenix averages $2.8k per screen and none. 9 spot. It’s a weekend with a wide range of niche films in a market that’s improving by some metrics – some more products, some stronger openings – but it’s still a tough read amid blockbusters.

ester (HereditaryAnd Midsmar) has a committed fan base and a core group of weekend theaters. This film is a harder sell than its predecessors, also from A24. lover “It has already provoked countless passionate debates and speeches from critics and audiences alike,” said the distributor, and like all Aster films, “will have a long life in the weeks, months and years to come.”

Somewhere in Queens From Lionsgate and Roadside Attraction, it grossed $681,000 at 602 locations for $1.1k in PSA. Ray Romano’s “Ray Romano” with Romano and Laurie Metcalf had some solid runs in New York and a big jump Friday. to Saturday ($189,000 to $290,000). RT audience scored 90% and 94% with critics.

Fox Searchlight period movie Chevalier It took in an estimated $1.5 million from 1,275 theaters, no. 11 spots and $1.17K in PTA.

other people’s children From Music Box Films debuted in three locations to $14.8K for $4,937.

Carmen From Sony Pictures Classics looking at an opening weekend of $12.8k and a PTA of $4.2k.

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan From Zee studio will generate an estimated total of $968K across 327 locations for $3K each for PSA. and Saregama cinema Virupaksha Heading to $706K at 175 locations for $4.2K PSA.

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The rest: Wildlife From the Picturehouse, it grossed $44K on 14 screens for a $112K average of $3.1K per theater. A younger audience of outdoor enthusiasts and fans of filmmaker/climber Jimmy Chin and co-director Chai Vasarheli joined an older female audience following environmentalist Chris Tompkins. Adds ten more locations this week.

Oscilloscope Joyland It grossed $39,000 in its third week on eight screens — a PSA of $4.9 — for its $85,000 showing. Distribution said the expansion included the Landmark Noire in Los Angeles where it scored the biggest opening for any film (foreign or otherwise) by a wide margin since the start of the pandemic.

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