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‘Glass’ Leads Weakest Weekend Box Office Since 2000


With millions of Americans picking football over the movies, Super Bowl weekend is typically a weak period for the box office. But combined that with this year’s lack of fresh, popular offerings, and movie theaters are seeing the slowest Super Bowl weekend in 19 years. Industry estimates show that this weekend’s combined gross will only reach $67.6 million. It’s also the lowest combined total for any weekend since the last weekend of August 2017, which saw a weekend total of $69.3 million.

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