Halloween 2020 Box Office Results

By | October 19, 2020

Halloween 2020 Box Office Results

Disney’s rerelease of the 1993 family horror-comedy “Hocus Pocus” has fueled much-needed mojo into the domestic box office. . Blame generational nostalgia and some of the very elements for which it was maligned before every big movie was PG-13 and intended for everyone. . China is officially home to the world’s biggest movie box office. Movie ticket sales in China for 2020 climbed to $1.988 billion on Sunday, surpassing North America’s total of $1.937 billion, .

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Weekend Box Office Results October 28th 2018 | SEAT42F in 2020

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  3. Why Halloween 2020 is worth skipping Los Angeles Times.

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Weekend Box Office Results: TeCrosses $200 Million Globally

Disney’s ‘Hocus Pocus’ is now the biggest re-release of 2020 at the box office in an unexpected turn of events. . “Tenet” falls to #3 as new openings show it still has life and Halloween revivals — especially Tim Burton’s — are all the rage. .

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Thursday marked the end of the Chinese National Day holiday with the world’s second largest box office market significantly tightening the gap between its turnstiles and those of North America. Liam Neeson’s thriller “Honest Thief” limped to first place at the domestic box office, debuting with $3.7 million. Those ticket sales, among the lowest ever to land at No. 1, .

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