The French Dispatch starts better than Guillaume Canet at the French Box Office

Wes Anderson’s latest film had a very good score for its first day in theaters with us this Wednesday.

Already the author of a very good start in the United States last weekend, with $ 1.3 million in revenue in only 52 theaters (the highest profitability per room in the US Box Office, with no less than $ 25,000 on average), The French Dispatch also succeeded in its arrival in French theaters. The new film by Wes anderson, with Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray, is at the top of the Box Office First Day.

With 42,566 admissions (including 15,359 for previews) in 24 hours in 241 theaters, The French Dispatch achieves the filmmaker’s second best launch in France, behind The Grand Budapest Hotel, in 2014, and offers itself, as in the USA, an excellent average per copy of 177 spectators.

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The French Dispatch is thus ahead of the new feature film by Guillaume Canet. Him Still attracts 21,446 curious in 385 theaters across France on Wednesday. Which allows it to do better than the Cannes social film, The divide, limited to 17,048 entries for 347 copies.

In the rest of the classification, it will be noted that the comedy Barbaque by Fabrice Eboué started slowly, with 15,876 spectators in 330 theaters.

Small flop, at the same time, for the last Edgar Wright. Its highly anticipated Last Night in Soho, yet worn by the star of Lady’s game, was seen by only 6,657 fans in 190 theaters.

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