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iW NEWS | Weekend Estimates UPDATE: “Transsiberian,” “Wire” Lead, “River” Opens Well

iW NEWS | Weekend Estimates UPDATE: "Transsiberian," "Wire" Lead, "River" Opens Well

Brad Anderson‘s “Transsiberian” led the specialty-focused iW BOT over the weekend, according to indieWIRE Box Office Tracking (iW BOT) estimates from Rentrak this afternoon. First Look‘s “Transsiberian” managed to take in $30,174 from 2 screens in its third weekend, averaging $15,087. This is actually a slight increase from last weekend’s average. Close behind was the second weekend of James Marsh‘s “Man on Wire,” which grossed $50,000 on 4 screens for Magnolia Pictures. The film averaged $12,500 and now stands at $135,000 going into next weekend’s significant expansion. The highest opener that reported was Courtney Hunt‘s “Frozen River.” The Sony Pictures Classics release took in $73,322 from 7 screens for a promising $10,475 average. The other two reporting openers were Alex Holdridge‘s “In Search of a Midnight Kiss,” which averaged a decent $7,298 from 2 screens, and Ryuhei Kitamura‘s “Midnight Meat Train,” which posted the lowest average of any reporting film, wide or limited, averaging just $314 from 102 screens. Among other sophomores, Julian Jarrold‘s “Brideshead Revisited” averaged $5,284 from 94 locations, while Nanette Burstein‘s “American Teen” averaged a rather disappointing $4,487 from 39 screens. indieWIRE will publish its weekly box office column Monday night and final weekend numbers for specialty and limited release films on Tuesday. Get the latest in the indieWIRE Box Office section. [Peter Knegt]

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