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A box office report from the pandemic twilight zone

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A good week for classics, but as cinemas start to reopen the charts might be creeping towards a new normal.

We’re still somewhat in the twilight zone with the box office report. As cinemas around the country slowly begin to reopen, we see a box office not dissimilar to the lineup of the beforetimes: The Invisible Man returns to its pre-pandemic position at the top of the charts. Showing on 24 screens, Leigh Whannell's HG Wells adaption brought in a total of $53,329 over the weekend. Sonic the Hedgehog played on 19 screens, and added another $29,534 to its screens.

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