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Korea Box Office: ‘Judy’ Debuts on Top as Cinemas Slump To Historic Lows

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The South Korean field workplace, which has been broadly affected by coronavirus and has fallen to historic lows, was additional hit by main exhibitor CJ-CGV’s current choice to close 35 complexes nationwide, and to scale back screenings at these theaters remaining in operation.

Opening on Wednesday (Mar. 25), Oscar-winning drama “Judy” debuted on prime of the field workplace. However it earned solely $269,000 from 41,000 admissions over 5 days.

“The Invisible Man” and “1917” dropped to second and third locations, respectively, from the earlier weekend’s prime spots. UPI’s “Invisible Man” earned $154,000 for a complete of $3.82 million after 5 weekends on launch. Sam Mendes’ conflict epic “1917” added $147,000 to increase its six-weekend complete to $5.27 million.

Newcomer “Scary Tales to Inform within the Darkish” opened on Wednesday and landed in fourth. The fantasy horror movie earned $177,000 over its 5 opening days, together with $105,000 on the weekend.

With few new movies opening, exhibitors are largely counting on re-releases. Re-released on Wednesday, “La La Land” earned $127,000 over 5 days. Additionally re-released, Japanese animation “Weathering with You” and American musical drama “Fame” opened on Thursday and Wednesday, respectively. “Weathering” earned $47,000 over 4 days. “Fame” earned $23,100 over 5 days.

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