Friday, July 1, 2022

Team RWBY is Making Its Way to the Realm in a New Paladins Patch

Paladins is bringing another exciting crossover as Salem and her army of Grimm have made their way into the Realm, determined to wreak havoc wherever they go. But the Champions of the Realm will have help against this fearsome foe as Team RWBY, along with everyone’s favorite uncle Qrow, have also arrived to stop her! […]

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    Box Office: Tenet Stays Atop Quiet Weekend, Domestic Total at $36M

    Box Office: Tenet Stays Atop Quiet Weekend, Raises Domestic Total to $36M

    In box office report, the writer mentions how this past year at the moment Focus Features’ Downton Abbey opened to a then astonishing $31.3M on the way to $123.4M. That appears like ages ago! Particularly when in comparison to this weekend’s domestic box office which saw generate $4.7M (-30% from the other day) in its third week of release for a complete come of $36.1M. The pic is really doing quite nicely abroad where it has taken in $214M for a $250M worldwide total, so don’t cry hard for Christopher Nolan too. Considering the majority of the major U especially.S. markets – NYC, LA and SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA – need to open yet. And taking into consideration the insufficient competition also, at the very least until Oct. 23 when 20th Century Studios/Disney intend to release Death On the Nile.

    Tenet continues to accomplish well in Imax, Large Format and Dolby auditoriums with another $505K this weekend and a $4.6M total. All told, most the pic’s business comes from Northern San and California Diego. Actually, Orange County was the No. weekend 1 market for Tenet this. Congratulations, California!

    Otherwise, the very best 9 is still uninspiring. The New Mutants continues to cling to the No. 2 spot with $1.6M while era Infidel opened at No. 3 with $1.5M. Unhinged ($1.3M), The SpngeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run ($210K), The Personal Life of David Copperfield ($150K), and Words on Bathroom Walls ($149K) took spots No. 4 – 7. The only real other era was The Secrets We Keep, which taken in $89,955 from 471 theaters.


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