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Specialty Box Office: 'Loneliest Planet' Leads Newcomers; 'Sessions' Holds Nicely

The Sessions – Julia Loktev's Gotham Award nominated "The Loneliest Planet" led a generally uneventful weekend at the indie box office, topping fellow newcomers "The Other Son" and "District of Corruption." Also of note this weekend was decent second weekends for "The Sessions" and "Holy Motors," while "Middle of Nowhere," "Smashed" and "The Paperboy" all continued to struggle.

8 years 11 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Specialty Box Office: 'Middle' Tops Debuts; 'Paperboy' Plummets In Second Weekend

The Paperboy – Perhaps helped by a big endorsement from Oprah Winfrey, Ava DuVernay's Sundance Film Festival-award winning "Middle of Nowhere" topped all indie newcomers this weekend, grossing $78,030 for a $13,005 per-theater-average. That average bested the likes of "Smashed," "The Big Picture," "Simon and the Oaks" and "War of the Buttons," all of which also opened this weekend.

8 years 13 weeks ago via jetli

Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul Battle Addiction in 'Smashed' Trailer – We have our first look at Smashed, an indie film to come out of the Sundance Film Festival starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul as a young married couple who attempt to salvage their relationship through sobriety. The film won the U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Prize for Excellence in Independent Film Producing at Sundance.

8 years 18 weeks ago via jackiechan

Sony Pictures Classics to Buy Sundance Hit 'Smashed' (Exclusive) – Sony Pictures Classics is about to buy the Sundance movie "Smashed," starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead as an alcoholic schoolteacher who decides to get sober, TheWrap has learned. 8 years 49 weeks ago via donnieyen

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Talks to Join Cast of ‘Smashed’ – Super Crispy Entertainment is in negotiations for actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead to join the cast of “Smashed.” Variety has also reported the production company is also in talks with Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”), Octavia Spencer (“The Help”) and Nick Offerman (“Parks and Recreation”) to join the cast. The film is a contemporary take on Blake Edward’s 1962 drama “Days of Wine and Roses” about a couple’s bond built around the mutual love of alcohol. 9 years 17 weeks ago via jackiechan
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