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Fans Fall In Love With ‘Leo: Bloody Sweet’ As Indian Thriller Reaches Number 8 – Box Office Special

A trio of Indian films directed by Leo: Damn cuteat No. 8, and two Fathom events filled the special box office this weekend The Persian version debuted, Anatomy of a fall entered the second week and Dick’s: The Musical expanded nationally.

Prathyangira Cinemas has opened a Tamil language thriller Leo: Damn cute at 720 locations to a big weekend debut of $2.14 million and a domestic tally through Sunday of $4.68 million, according to Comscore. The Lokesh Kanagaraj-directed film, with dubbing in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu, attracted huge audiences in Toronto, Seattle, Dallas, Austin, San Francisco, New York and Montreal this week. It is the youngest Indian film since then Javan jumping to the United States last month. Javandirected by Atlee Kumar and starring Shah Rukh Kahn (SRK), opened on September 8 on 800 screens with a weekend gross of $6.2 million and a total collection of $7.56.

Fans have been looking forward to couple Kanagaraj and lead actor Thalapathy Vijay in a film which is the latest installment of what is called Lokesh’s Cinematic Universe. Kaithi, appears in 2019, the second, Vikram, in 2022. In Leo: Damn cute, A mild-mannered cafe owner becomes a local hero through an act of violence that causes the life he left behind to resurface and destroy his newly rebuilt existence to its core.

Sarigama Cinemas launched Bhagavanth Kesari at 450 locations to a weekend debut of $405,425 and a domestic cue through Sunday of $1.06 million. The Telugu actor is directed by Anil Ravipudi.

And Funasia opened the Telegu film Tiger Nageswara Ra at 245 spots for a weekend debut worth $282,395. About a master thief. Directed by Vamsi Krishna Naidu and Vamsi Krishna Akella.

Moving to Fathom Events, the Saturday reissue of Back to the Future grossed $739,915 from 988 theaters. Is With opera: Dead Man Walking The event raised $472,683 at 720 locations, including Saturday.

Some solid figures from India: New openings The Persian version from Sony Pictures Classics grossed $87,372 on nine screens, for a per-screen average of $9,708.

Extensions: Neon wins the Palme d’Or at Cannes Anatomy of a fall by Justine Triet saw a Week 2 weekend of $154,399 from 14 screens at $11,000 per theater, earning $333,891.

The R-rated comedy from A24 Dick’s: The Musical expanded to 345 screens nationwide this weekend, earning $377,653 for a total of $826,387.

Utopia’s presentation of the SXSW award-winning documentary by Sophie Compton and Reuben Hamlyn Another body grossed $7,761 on its opening weekend at New York’s IFC Center. Last Sunday’s sales were $5,57,000, but the retailer increased the amount after seeing an increase in Sunday Q&A sales. The film is also available to rent and digital and is currently the #2 documentary on AppleTV. Expanding to LA and other markets on October 27th. Also from Utopia, Eddie Alcazar deity The film grossed $10,000 in New York (Regal Union Square) and had a limited run at the American Cinematheque’s Los Feliz and Aero theaters.

Abramorama document Full circle grossed $1,654 in its first week, also from a single NYC theater.

Indie film revenue isn’t always available on Sundays, but it pours in during the week.

Films released on less than 1,000 screens in cinemas are watched at the special box office.

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Source: Deadline

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