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    Specialty Box Office: 'Obvious Child' a Hit For A24; 'Chef' Hits $10 Million

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Sebastian Junger's doc "Korengal" top openers in its exclusive engagement debut, narrowly beating out the per-theater-average of Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves," which was in one more theater. News wasn't quite so good for other op...

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    Watch: 20 Minute Marion Cotillard & James Gray Interview On 'Charlie Rose'; Plus New Pics Of ‘Two Days, One Night’

    Something strange happened at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Marion Cotillard was hotly tipped to win the Best Actress award for the Dardenne brother’s latest drama “Two Days, One Night.” The buzz was loud after the film screened and she seemed like the frontrunner (read our review from Cannes here)...

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    Specialty Box Office: Kelly Reichardt's 'Night' Has Decent Moves; Sebastian Junger's 'Korengal' Stronger

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Sebastian Junger's doc "Korengal" top openers in its exclusive engagement debut, narrowly beating out the per-theater-average of Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves," which was in one more theater. News wasn't quite so good for other op...

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Dance of Reality' Leads Underwhelming Debuts; 'Chef' and 'Belle' Push Their Breakout Potential (UPDATED)

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Alejandro Jodorowsky's "The Dance of Reality" find the promising debut amidst a group of underachievers, while "Chef," "Belle," "The Immigrant," "Ida" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" all tried to make up for it with strong performan...

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    Oscar-Nominated 'The Immigrant' Cinematographer Darius Khondji on Working with James Gray and Woody Allen

    We speak with illustrious cinematographer Darius Khondji about his work on James Gray's "The Immigrant" and what it was like working with Woody Allen and David Fincher.

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Chinese Puzzle' Shows Promise, 'The Immigrant' Disappoints, and 'Budapest Hotel' Hits $55 Million

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Cédric Klapisch's "Chinese Puzzle" find a promising debut, James Gray's much more anticipated "The Immigrant" fail to make much of an impression, and "Chef," "Ida," "Belle" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" all hold on nicely later in...

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    "Godzilla" Hefty, But Just Misses Biggest Opening Of The Year With $93.2 Million

    A lower than expected Saturday curbed "Godzilla"'s rumble through the box office but the monster movie still roared to $93.2 million, just missing the opening $95 million take of "Captain America: Winter Soldier" for highest opening of the year.

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    Box-Office: ‘Godzilla’ Stomps To No. 1 With The 2nd Highest Opening Of The Year & $93 Million

    Up from the depths, 30 stories tall, “Godzilla” absolutely crushed it this weekend, almost grabbing the highest North American opening weekend of the year. The film was poised to do so with an estimated $98 million weekend, $3 million higher than “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and its $95 mil...

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    Indie Box Office Preview: 'The Immigrant' Opens a Year After It Debuted In Cannes; Can It Counter 'Godzilla'?

    In a new weekly fixture here at Indiewire, we're previewing notable new specialty releases in terms of their box office potential.

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    The Immigrant

    One of "The Immigrant’s" primary assets is its texture: a rich fabric of sights and sounds that evoke the look and feel of New York’s underbelly in the early 20th century.

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