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Little Women, Uncut Gems start strong as Rise of Skywalker remains victorious at Box Office

  • Published at 01:48 pm December 30th, 2019
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A fan dressed as Kylo Ren awaits at a gala screening of Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker film in Cologne, Germany, December 17, 2019 Reuters

Slightly lower on box office charts, A24’s suspense thriller Uncut Gems debuted at No. 7

The holiday box office proved fruitful for a wide variety of movies as overall ticket sales reached $200 million over the weekend — a 6.3% boost from last year.

Disney and Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker led the bounty, crossing $361 million in North America after this weekend’s $72 million haul. JJ Abrams’ third and final chapter in the sequel trilogy collected $136 million over the five-day Christmas stretch. After less than two weeks in theaters, Rise of Skywalker has generated $725 million globally, distinguishing itself as the 10th-highest grossing movie of the year worldwide and seventh-biggest in the U.S.

Greta Gerwig’s Little Women is also bringing holiday cheer, generating $16.5 million during the weekend and $29 million since Wednesday to land at No. 3. That’s a solid result for Sony and New Regency, which shelled out $40 million to produce the film. Gerwig, who wrote and directed Little Women, proved that seventh times’ a charm for Louisa May Alcott’s literary classic. The movie — starring Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Timothee Chalamet, Emma Watson and Laura Dern — has received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike.


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Slightly lower on box office charts, A24’s suspense thriller Uncut Gems debuted at No. 7, collecting $9.5 million over the traditional weekend and $18.8 million since opening on Wednesday. That marks the indie distributor’s biggest five-day launch to date despite the film’s C+ CinemaScore from audiences. US ticket sales currently sit at $20 million, already making it one of the specialty studio’s highest-grossing films. Directed by brothers Josh and Benny Safdie, Uncut Gems has found itself in the awards conversation for Adam Sandler’s dramatic turn as a jewelry maven and gambling addict.

After Rise of Skywalker, Sony’s Jumanji: The Next Level and Disney’s Frozen 2 eclipsed newcomers on box office charts. Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart’s action sequel has pocketed a huge $59 million since Wednesday, propelling its domestic tally to $175.45 million.

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