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box office: week of September 23

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

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    Friday Box Office: 'Furious' Down But Still Dominant, 'Ex Machina' Debuts Strong

    'Furious 7' outpaced the pack by a big margin yesterday, but Nicholas Sparks' latest bettered its most recent predecessor.

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    The 20 Highest Grossing Indies of 2015 (A Running List)

    Here's a chart of 2015's twenty highest grossing specialty films (so far).

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    Box Office Top Ten Takeaways: 'Furious 7' Takes Series to New Highs as Easter Launches Summer Season

    "Furious 7" launched the extended four-month summer season in great form, coming in far ahead of conservative estimates.

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    Why 'Effie Gray' Is a Box Office Also-Ran

    How Emma Thompson's high-brow portrait of the Pre-Raphaelite art scene crashed and burned.

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    Helen Mirren Drives 'Woman in Gold' to Top 10 Opening, 'While We're Young' Expands Well

    Helen Mirren singlehandedly propelled The Weinstein Co.'s art-theft drama "Woman in Gold" into the Top Ten at only 258 theaters.

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    'Furious 7' Has a Very Good Friday With $67 Million Total

    If April starts Hollywood's summer season, 'Furious 7' set a first-day standard that sets the stage for a strong rebound.

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    Box Office Top Ten Takeaways: Why 'Home' and 'Get Hard' Scored with Spring Audiences

    New releases "Home" (DreamWorks Animation) and raunchy Warner Bros. comedy "Get Hard" bucked recent box office trends to fuel a solid $144 million Top Ten total.

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    Arthouse Audit: Baumbach's 'While We're Young' Clicks with Smart Set

    After a tepid three weeks, we have a knockout specialty hit.

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    Friday Box Office: 'Home' & 'Get Hard' Open Strong; 'It Follows' Gets Decent Results

    Two strong first days boosted the box office Friday, with a new animated offering and a star-driven comedy both scoring.

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    Top Ten Box Office Takeaways: Why Women Like 'Insurgent' and No One Wants Sean Penn as 'The Gunman'

    It's spring, when top-rated new releases are early indicators of the coming summer's market strength.

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