‘After Ever Happy’ and ‘Lifemark’ Specialized Box Office KristenBellTattoos.coms

After eternal happinessfourth part of the popular After romantic/drama franchise, will bring in about $1.1 million since its release last Wednesday on 1085 screens. From Fathom Events, it was the top film domestically from September 7 to 8 for two days before reaching over 200 screens this weekend. Vertical Entertainment will pick up the film in US theaters starting September 16th.

After eternal happiness opened in Canada on August 26 (minus Fathom), earning an estimated $695,000 to date, for a total of $1.8 million in North America.

The opening this weekend is 22% larger than in 2021. After we’ve fallen, the third film based on Anna Todd’s After series of books and directed by fans who call themselves The Afternators. The first two parts were After (2019) and After we collided (2020). Fifth movie After alljust completed production with release date TBD.

Directed by Castile Landon, written by Sharon Soboil. After even a happy finds Tessa (Josephine Langford) and Hardin (Hero Fiennes-Tiffin) in their relationship at a crossroads.

Separately, Fathom’s lifemark is a true story about the journey of a young man who went to meet his biological parents, earning $2.2 million in 1500 locations, but never making any money. 7 in the domestic box office. The film from Kendrick Brothers and Kirk Cameron Entertainment opened Friday night with Fathom’s first seven-day premiere.

Elsewhere in the specialty: Greenwich Entertainment Hockeyland grossed $49,500 from 64 screens, making it no. 1 documentary in theaters this weekend. Described as Friday night lights Minnesota High School Hockey School, it opened regionally across the state. It was at no. 1st place in the complex in 25% of the tracks and in the top 3 in more than 50% of the locations. Hockeyland expanding to 75+ more screens next Friday.

Kino Lorber-presented Hold me tight debuted with $15,000 on five screens. It is the highest-grossing film at both New York City venues, Angelica Film Center and Lincoln Center, with an average New York screen cost of $6,767.

Atlas Distribution said Adverse Odds valued at $58,184.

Vestiges: Horn for Jesus. Save your soul. from Focus Features grossed $365,000 in its second week in three days from 1,870 theaters. The film is also available on Peacock. Cume is worth $2.39 million to date.

Also in Week 2 “From Roadside Attractions”. Gigi and Nate posted a three-day gross of $341,765.on 1220 screens. Cume is $1.89 million.

Bleecker Street Break for the third weekend on 616 screens will collect 225,754 dollars. The amount is 2.64 million dollars.

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