‘Isle of Dogs’ Stays Atop Indie Box Office in Second Weekend as ‘Gemini’ Opens

Fox Searchlight’s “Isle of Dogs” is still atop the indie box office on Easter weekend, grossing an estimated $2.8 million after expanding to 165 screens for the top per screen average of the weekend with $17,030.

With this result, Wes Anderson’s latest film will have a ten-day total of $5.9 million, with the film expanding to 450-500 screens next weekend followed by a nationwide release the weekend after.

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Among newcomers, Sundance Selects’ “Love After Love” had the highest PSA with $11,263 from an exclusive engagement at Laemmle’s Town Center in Encino, CA. Directed by Russell Harbaugh, the film stars Andie MacDowell as a mourning widow who tries to find new love while dealing with her two sons who struggle to cope with their father’s death in their own way. The film has a 100 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes from 15 reviews.

Also debuting this weekend is the Neon thriller “Gemini,” which stars Lola Kirke as a Hollywood assistant who must clear her name while being pursued by a determined cop (John Cho) after her starlet boss (Zoe Kravitz) is murdered. Debuting on four screens, the film made $34,184 for a PSA of $8,546.

Elsewhere, IFC’s “The Death of Stalin” is nearing the $4 million mark after making $1.45 million from 484 screens in its fourth weekend, while Sony Pictures Classics’ “The Leisure Seeker” passed the $1 million mark in its fourth weekend after making $248,622 from 155 screens. Finally, SPC’s Oscar winner “Call Me By Your Name” is nearing $18 million from its run, adding $45,276 in its 19th weekend.

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Fox Searchlight’s “Isle of Dogs” is still atop the indie box office on Easter weekend, grossing an estimated $2.8 million after expanding to 165 screens for the top per screen average of the weekend with $17,030.

With this result, Wes Anderson’s latest film will have a ten-day total of $5.9 million, with the film expanding to 450-500 screens next weekend followed by a nationwide release the weekend after.

Among newcomers, Sundance Selects’ “Love After Love” had the highest PSA with $11,263 from an exclusive engagement at Laemmle’s Town Center in Encino, CA. Directed by Russell Harbaugh, the film stars Andie MacDowell as a mourning widow who tries to find new love while dealing with her two sons who struggle to cope with their father’s death in their own way. The film has a 100 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes from 15 reviews.

Also debuting this weekend is the Neon thriller “Gemini,” which stars Lola Kirke as a Hollywood assistant who must clear her name while being pursued by a determined cop (John Cho) after her starlet boss (Zoe Kravitz) is murdered. Debuting on four screens, the film made $34,184 for a PSA of $8,546.

Elsewhere, IFC’s “The Death of Stalin” is nearing the $4 million mark after making $1.45 million from 484 screens in its fourth weekend, while Sony Pictures Classics’ “The Leisure Seeker” passed the $1 million mark in its fourth weekend after making $248,622 from 155 screens. Finally, SPC’s Oscar winner “Call Me By Your Name” is nearing $18 million from its run, adding $45,276 in its 19th weekend.

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