Universal's release strategy for DreamWorks "1917" paid off.
Sam Mendes's war film, 1917 won Best Motion Picture, Drama at the 2020 Golden Globe awards, surprising some and no doubt disappointing Netflix, who had been gunning for The Irishman. However, age demographics were relatively even: 25-34 were leading with 29%, while demos with 18-24 and 55+ were equally represented with 18%. Reception has stayed strong with an A- CinemaScore grade joining a 90% Rotten Tomatoes score.
After three weeks at the top of the box office, Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker He was finally dethroned, falling to # 2 with $ 15 million for a national take of $ 478.1 million and $ 989.5 million worldwide.
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In the same hearing, Congress members questioned the Indian narrative of imposing a curfew citing "security" concerns. Diplomats from EU, Australia and Gulf were also expected to be part of the delegation but eventually dropped out.
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The fight will take place in Las Vegas on Saturday January 18th, 2020. Over the same period, Cerrone has fought 11 times.
The comedy of Paramount Pictures Like a boss debuted at # 4 or 5 in 3078 theaters with an estimated floor of $ 10 million. That's in part because it's just now going into wide release.
It was nominated alongside other big films of past year like Irishman, Joker, Marriage Story and The Two Popes. "Like A Boss" was postponed by critics with a 22% Rotten Tomatoes score and only got a decent B with CinemaScore and a 3/5 with Postrak. While the film won't have a presence on the Oscar nomination list, this overwhelmingly positive word of mouth should help it leg out well, especially during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend when audiences have turned out for films about social justice like "Selma" and "Hidden Figures".
From Sony Jumanji: the next level It fell from # 2 to # 3 with $ 14 million, which gives it a national total of $ 257.1 million and a worldwide amount of $ 671.1 million. Among them is Fox's "Underwater", a $ 50 million suspense thriller that will flop with an opening of only an estimated $ 7 million. This also marks a second dud in a row for former Twilight superstar Kristen Stewart after Charlie's Angels went bust in November. The film, which had distribution taken over by Disney, has a C on CinemaScore and 53% on Rotten Tomatoes.