Weekend Box Office: “Judy” overperforms, “Abominable” hits its mark

DreamWorks’ underwhelming “Abominable,” which stands to make most of its money in China, managed nearly $21 million on its opening weekend in the US, the weakest Dreamworks opening in decades.

“Downton Abbey” plucked another $14.5 from the swells buying tickets this weekend.

And the Judy Garland Near the End biopic “Judy” did a robust $3 million and change on a fraction of the screens that the big pictures are playing on.

Oscar contender? Maybe.


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1 Response to Weekend Box Office: “Judy” overperforms, “Abominable” hits its mark

  1. tjsnk says:

    Hopefully, next week and beyond JUDY will have more screenings. Zellweger is fantastic in that.

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