Kevin Smith’s’Tusks’ Weak in Limited Release
The teenage dystopian drama The Maze Runner topped the weekend box office with a $32.5 million bow, easily eclipsing fellow newcomers A Walk Among the Tombstones, and This Is Where I Leave You. Together the troika of new arrivals pushed the total of the top twelve films to a 25% gain over the same frame last year when the drama Prisoners opened with $20.8 million. Debuting in 602 theaters Kevin Smith’s horror film Tusks could muster only $886,000 and debuted at #14.Entire Story...
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