‘The Girl Who Believes In Miracles’ Increase Screen Count; Indian Films ‘Vakeel Saab’, ‘Karnan’ Post Best Per Screen Numbers – Deadline

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This week is Atlas Entertainment The girl who believes in miracles grew to 900 runs in 175 markets (up from 640 runs in 154 markets) as it hits its best weekend at $ 604,000 and doubles its cumulative box office total to $ 1,326,000. In its second weekend, the Rich Correll-directed drama is releasing the best numbers for the special box office this weekend.

Roadside Landmarks / Lionsgate The courier fell 26% on Friday when it ended in a weekend of $ 437,000. The total box office count is $ 4,908,000.

Independent Indian traits Vakeel Saab and Karnan showed solid performances in their markets and achieved the highest average values ​​per screen of all films at the special box office. Both films averaged at or above $ 1,000 per screen, far beating every other film on the list.

Two new films debuted this weekend: Horror Film Held (Magnetic release) and Moffie (IFC), a devastating portrayal of the toxic masculinity of South African apartheid. Held grossed an estimated $ 47,000 across 132 screens, while Moffie grossed approximately $ 14,000 across 51 screens.

Saban Films’ Wrong move continues to appear at Specialty BO at an estimated $ 35,000 on a modest 48 screens, equivalent to $ 1,064,000.

Oscar nominated holdovers Promising young woman (Focus functions) and Threatening (A24) has been a little weaker this week but is still showing promising results. If they continue to do well, Promising Young Woman and Minari could top $ 7 million and $ 3 million, respectively.