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Dunkirk Wins the Weekend Box Office with $50.5M Domestically

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Opening to an unexpected $50.5M in the U.S. and Canada, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk has claimed the #1 spot at the box office on its opening weekend. Overseas the film managed to earn an impressive $55.4M, making it’s worldwide sum for the weekend $105.9M.

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Dunkirk Brings in $19.8M Domestically, $21.2M Overseas on Opening Day

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Critical acclaim and strong word-of-mouth are pushing Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk to a larger than expected opening weekend. First day reports show $19.8M domestically, and $21.2M from overseas markets, giving it a worldwide take of $41M on Friday. Originally projected to make $30M-$40M in the opening weekend domestically, Dunkirk is now on track to earn $45M-$65M.

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Interstellar Opens with $50 Million at the Weekend Box-Office

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Estimates are in, and it appears that Interstellar has earned approximately $50 million this past weekend at the Box-Office. The film also opened two days early for limited 70mm IMAX, 35mm, and traditional 70mm formats, which adds an additional $2 million to the estimated gross since release, brining it to $52.15 million. The weekend gross is less than Nolan’s previous non-Batman release, Inception, which opened with $62.8 million, but was also released during the peak of Summer in 2010. Interstellar took in $13.4 million from IMAX theaters, which eclipses other November releases such as Skyfall and Catching Fire, with $12.6 million and $12.75 million respectively. That makes the IMAX total over a quarter of all earnings, which is an achievement for a film that pushed the premium format so extensively in marketing.

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