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The weekend’s other wide release, ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ grossed a soft $10.6m (inc late Thursday screenings) in second place and will likely stutter to a low $30m over the three days notwithstanding very good reviews – 89% on RT – and a decent ‘B+’ CinemaScore. This is against the backdrop of a massive $178m budget and Warner Bros is already looking towards the international markets for a bailout.
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