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“‘Darkest Hour’ is taking America by storm,” distribution chief Lisa Bunnell said. It’s a movie they found inspiring over the holiday break and the word of mouth gives us a strong outlook for the upcoming weeks.” Matt Damon’s comedy-drama “Downsizing” finished ninth with a projected million at 2,664 sites for the four days for Paramount.The 11-day total for “Downsizing,” which carries a million budget and was directed by Alexander Payne, should come in around .5 million.“Jumanji” has been “The Last Jedi’s” biggest competitor by far since it opened on Dec. The action-comedy should wind up with an 11-day domestic total of 6.3 million by the end of Monday.The action-comedy, starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, carries a million budget.Focus reported strong performance in Washington, D.C./Maryland, Phoenix, Boston, Salt Lake City, and Florida.That was Jan and Antonina's formidable, yet perilous plan, who regardless of the consequences, refused to wither before the Nazi menace, took matters into their own hands and sheltered 300 Jews under the Germans' noses.

Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in .8 million by the end of the weekend.

It’s also performed impressively in international markets with 7 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to .12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s .38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s .14 billion, according to com Score.

The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.

“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with 7.1 million — only million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with

Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.

It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.

The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.

“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.

It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

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Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at 3.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed 4 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.

It’s the fourth 2017 title pass

Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.

It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.

The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.

“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.

It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

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Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at

Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.

It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.

The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.

“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.

It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

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Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at

Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.

It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.

The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.

“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.

It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

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Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at

Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.

It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.

The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.

“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.

It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

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Paul Getty, following the sexual abuse allegations against Spacey. Awards contender “Darkest Hour,” starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, expanded to 943 venues in its sixth weekend and will have reeled in $19.8 million by the end of the weekend.It’s also performed impressively in international markets with $107 million through Dec. “Jedi” and “Jumanji” helped lift the entire domestic box office for 2017 to $11.12 billion, down 2.3% from last year’s $11.38 billion and off slightly from 2015’s $11.14 billion, according to com Score.The gap for 2017 had been more than 6% at the end of the worst summer in a decade, but performances by “It,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Justice League,” “Jedi,” and “Jumanji” closed most of that margin.“The Last Jedi” is now the eighth highest-grossing domestic movie of all time with $517.1 million — only $15 million behind last year’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” On the worldwide chart, it’s now 24th with $1.04 billion, edging Universal-Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3.” The tentpole’s international total, currently at $523.2 million, will see a significant jolt when it opens on Jan. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has also topped Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” which grossed $504 million in North America, for the top domestic spot among 2017 releases.It’s the fourth 2017 title pass $1 billion worldwide, along with “Beauty and the Beast” at $1.26 billion, “The Fate of the Furious” at $1.24 billion, and “Despicable Me 3” at $1.03 billion.

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