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box office: week of November 5

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Dallas Buyers ClubFocus Features9$260,865$28,985$260,865
12 Years A SlaveFox Searchlight410$4,792,214$11,688$8,952,538
Pervert's Guide To Ideology, TheZeitgeist1$9,165$9,165$9,165
Running From CrazyVitagraph1$6,822$6,822$6,822
Blue is the Warmest ColorIFC Films37$224,413$6,065$381,769
These Birds WalkOscilloscope Pictures1$5,454$5,454$5,454
Last VegasCBS Films3065$16,334,566$5,329$16,334,566
Long Shot: The Kevin Laue StoryIndependent1$5,273$5,273$17,916
Krrish 3Eros Entertainment208$1,049,560$5,046$1,049,560
All Is LostRoadside Attractions130$569,838$4,383$1,433,530
Kill Your DarlingsSony Pictures Classics19$67,185$3,536$219,080
Spinning PlatesThe Film Arcade6$11,513$1,919$39,137
DianaEntertainment One Films38$67,754$1,783$67,754
Enough SaidFox Searchlight662$1,086,284$1,641$14,809,964
Bastards, TheIFC Films2$3,163$1,582$12,247
Hannah ArendtZeitgeist2$3,125$1,563$714,442
Wicker Man, The - Final CutRialto4$5,822$1,456$45,852
Big SurIndependent13$16,835$1,295$16,835
Muscle ShoalsMagnolia Pictures46$57,828$1,257$440,596
Blue JasmineSony Pictures Classics94$111,675$1,188$32,387,326
20 Feet From StardomRadius-TWC9$10,582$1,176$4,730,870
Hotel NormandyRialto1$1,161$1,161$4,640
WadjdaSony Pictures Classics84$94,828$1,129$1,140,308
When Comedy Went To SchoolInternational Film Circuit5$5,100$1,020$213,342
Let The Fire BurnZeitgeist9$9,128$1,014$32,712
ParklandExclusive Media5$4,886$977$652,355
Seasons Of Gray: Modern Day Joseph StoryRocky Mountain Pictures8$7,569$946$64,819
Hava Nagila: The MovieInternational Film Circuit1$866$866$369,753
Bad Milo!Magnolia Pictures2$1,717$859$19,613
In A World...Roadside Attractions22$18,786$854$2,906,173
After TillerOscilloscope Pictures3$2,534$845$59,400
Broadway IdiotIndependent1$787$787$26,311
Escape From TomorrowProducers Distribution Agency7$5,491$784$164,692
I'm In Love With A Church GirlHigh Top Releasing243$190,199$783$2,057,286
Inequality for AllRadius-TWC67$51,987$776$1,052,216
Prince AvalancheMagnolia Pictures5$3,751$750$201,384
AustenlandSony Pictures Classics35$25,944$741$2,047,042
God Loves UgandaVariance Films5$3,274$655$22,720
Way, Way Back, TheFox Searchlight15$9,636$642$21,490,107
Machete KillsOpen Road263$163,171$620$7,632,879
Short Term 12Cinedigm Entertainment8$4,541$568$962,702
Man Of Tai ChiRadius-TWC110$61,054$555$112,318
Camioneta, LaIndependent3$1,646$549$12,818
Grace UnpluggedRoadside Attractions84$44,751$533$2,451,252
Good Ol' FredaMagnolia Pictures7$3,537$505$128,099
A.C.O.D.The Film Arcade15$7,424$495$172,344
Drinking BuddiesMagnolia Pictures2$910$455$340,430
LinsanityIndependent4$1,804$451$259,932
Summit, TheIFC Films22$9,839$447$218,454
ZaytounStrand Releasing4$1,697$424$41,230
Guitar InnovatorsFirst Run1$417$417$4,871
Mr. NobodyMagnolia Pictures4$1,612$403$1,612
Before MidnightSony Pictures Classics1$350$350$8,114,507
Mother Of GeorgeOscilloscope Pictures4$1,218$305$142,518
I'm So Excited!Sony Pictures Classics1$260$260$1,367,846
Patience Stone, TheSony Pictures Classics3$748$249$143,398
Perfect Man, AIFC Films2$388$194$388
Birth Of The Living DeadFirst Run2$346$173$4,868
Spectacular Now, TheA24 Films18$2,653$164$6,837,207
Citizen, TheMonterey Media2$160$80$24,296
I Used to Be DarkerStrand Releasing1$72$72$21,540

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