Tom & Jerry
Families return to theaters for films like "Tom & Jerry," but older audiences who might support "The Father" and "Nomadland" are less eager.
Some New York City theaters have reopened; many in Los Angeles will soon, too. However, the grosses are a fraction of what’s needed.
Numbers are up, though two-thirds of the box office came from three family films. Still, New York City re-openings showed positive results.
"Tom & Jerry" earned $13.7 million this weekend while available for free to HBO Max subscribers. For theaters, that's a mixed blessing at best.
Animation is having an easier time mobilizing remotely than live-action, to the benefit of Warner Bros.' "Tom & Jerry" hybrid.
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