Entertainment ‘Yellow Rose’ Sings Its Way Into Theaters And Drive-Ins, ‘Save Yourselves!’ And ‘Possessor Uncut’ Stay Afloat – Specialty Box Office

02:15  12 october  2020
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View production, box office , & company info. Share this Rating. Title: Save Yourselves ! (2020). As strange events unfold, the couple must figure out a way back to civilization-or what's left of it. Add Baby Jack into the mix and it would have been hella entertaining (as a pure romantic comedy!).

Save Yourselves ! doesn't do anything unexpected with its one-joke premise -- but fortunately, that one joke turns out to be consistently funny anyway. What truly anchors Save Yourselves ! is the specificity of the two leads and the sharpness with which Mani and Reynolds perform the roles.

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As 101 Studios’ family comedy The War With Grandpa dominated the box office with an estimated $3.6 million in 2,250 theaters, Diane Paragas’ Yellow Rose starring Eva Noblezada, Lea Salonga and Princess Punzalan made its debut at theaters and drive-ins to earn an estimated $150K from 900 locations, bringing its total domestic cume to $170K through Sunday.

Sci-fi specialty titles continued to maintain at the box office with Alex Huston Fischer and Eleanor Wilson’s sci-fi comedy Save Yourselves! starring Sunita Mani and John Reynolds netted an estimated $62K this weekend to bring its cume to over $269K while the Neon’s sci-fi thriller Possessor Uncut from Brandon Cronenberg and starring Andrea Riseborough added over $163K to its till which brings its cume to $530K.

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Save Yourselves ! is a comedy film written and directed by Alex Huston Fischer and Eleanor Wilson, and starring Sunita Mani and John Paul Reynolds.

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As expected, box office numbers aren’t skyrocketing out of control in the specialty space, but we are seeing life considering the circumstances — and that’s a good thing. Read the detailed numbers below.


The War With Grandpa (101 Studios) – Week 1 [2,250 Theaters] Weekend $3,608,000; Average $1,604; Cume $3,608,000

Yellow Rose (Stage 6 Films) – Week 1 [900 Theaters] Weekend $150,000; Average $167

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Sunita Mani was always going to be a part of Alex Huston Fischer and Eleanor Wilson’s sci-fi comedy “ Save Yourselves !” So much so, that the writers wrote

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Possessor Uncut (Neon) – Week 2 [303 Screens] Weekend $163,500; Average $540; Cume $530,000

Save Yourselves! (Bleecker Street) – Week 2 [346 Theaters]  Weekend $62,857; Average $182; Cume $269,467


Broken Hearts Gallery (TriStar Pictures/Stage 6 Films) – Week 5 [721 Theaters] Weekend $90,000; Average $125; Cume $3,947,000

The Last Shift (Stage 6 Films) – Week 3 [264 Theaters] Weekend $20,000; Average $76; Cume $608,000

Kajillionaire (Focus Features) – Week 3 [267 Theaters] Weekend $40,000; Average $150; $493,000

The Secrets We Keep (Bleecker Street) – Week 4 [28 Theaters] Weekend $1,257.00; Average $45, Cume $207,928

Shortcut (Gravitas Ventures) Week 3 [250 Theaters] Weekend $55,321; Average $221; Cume $758,223

Word on Bathroom Walls (LD Entertainment/Roadside Attractions) Week 8 [173 Screens] Weekend $26,550; Average $153; Cume $2,505,457

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Just call Kaitlyn Bristowe superwoman. Between perfecting her routines for Dancing With the Stars with partner Artem Chigvintsev and recording her “Off the Vine” podcast, the former Bachelorette still manages to free up some of her time for her favorite activities. She even let Us Weekly tag along for a day in her life to see what she does. When she is not on the dance floor, practicing the foxtrot or paso doble, the Bachelor alum is spending quality time with her boyfriend, Jason Tartick, and their dogs, Ramen and Pinot. “Even though I’m not a big routine [girl] over here, I love my morning dog walk with Jason,” says the Canada native, 35. “It’s my moment during the day to disconnect and be with my three guys that keep me grounded!” Swimming is another way she likes to chill out. “I’ll sneak up to the rooftop pool as much as I can,” she quips. “I’ve always been a water baby!” Surprisingly, Bristowe also enjoys working on her other work ventures during her downtime, including designing new products for her Dew Edit brand. “It’s been a juggle balancing my businesses and dancing,” she notes, “but I couldn’t be more excited to finally launch my matching bandana and scrunchie Dew collection.” And although having to record a podcast may seem like an added stressor as well, Bristowe finds it to be relaxing. “I’m still keeping up with my two podcasts each week,” admits the former spin class instructor. “I’m finding it such a good way to stay in touch with people since I’m pretty much self-isolated when I’m not rehearsing! I call it my two hour laugh therapy sessions of the week!” Keep scrolling to see what a typical day in Bristowe’s life right now looks like.

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