Warner Bros. and Sony have unveiled their box office numbers for all the world, and town to finally see this weekend, with Tenet counting a running domestic box office gross to date of $29.5M domestic and $200M+ WW, and Tri-Star’s The Broken Hearts Gallery opening to $1.125M stateside at 2,204 theaters in 4th place. Over 3-days
The Broken Hearts Gallery
As if there weren’t any bigger problems in the world during a pandemic…but, yes, Warner Bros. and Sony are shielding their box office hourly figures from rival studios in Comscore on their respective releases Tenet and The Broken Hearts Gallery. We’ve known about this for a while, but it’s becoming a bigger deal now as the
Updated, Aug. 24: Sony has put Broken Hearts Galley back on the calendar for a Sept. 11 release, the weekend following Warner Bros.’ Tenet. Tickets go on sale this Thursday. Elevation will handle the Canadian release. I hear the studio was impressed by this past weekend’s $4M opening of Solstice Studios’ Unhinged, and is looking forward to exhibition reviving itself.
EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures will be hosting a high-end dual big screen drive-in experience on the Culver City, CA lot starting this Friday, Aug. 14. They are the first major studio ever to turn their lot into a drive-in. The drive-in will be located in the studio’s Thalberg parking lot and showcase several Sony classic catalog
Updated, July 20: In the wake of Warner Bros. moving Tenet temporarily off the schedule, and the news being exactly unclear as to when theaters reopen, Sony is temporarily undating their Selena Gomez-executive produced romantic comedy Broken Hearts Gallery. The intent is for the film to still go theatrical –not PVOD– but I hear the studio is in a wait-and-see
In the wake of California giving the green light for movie theaters to open as early as this Friday, exhibition will be thrilled to hear that more product will become available on the marquee. Tri-Star Pictures is scheduling the Selena Gomez executive produced romantic comedy The Broken Hearts Gallery on July 10, ahead of Warner Bros.’