Hired by an ambitious small-town pastor to find sacred relics in the Holy Land, a self-proclaimed Biblical archaeologist comes up short and his attempt to cover up his failure fuels a conspiracy.
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||December 11th, 2015 (Limited) by Lionsgate|
||December 11th, 2015 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment|
||PG-13 for crude and suggestive content, some language and brief violence.|
(Rating bulletin 2364, 3/11/2015)
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||Religious, Archaeology, Field Scientists, Scientific Expedition, Science Fraud, Early / Simultaneous Video on Demand release|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Lionsgate Premiere, Buffalo Film Company|
December 15th, 2015
We have a new champion on top of the per theater chart this week, as The Big Short earned one of the best limited release openings of the year. Its average of $88,191 was behind only Steve Jobs for the year and Steve Jobs opened in half as many theaters as The Big Short, 8 to 4. Carol remained strong in second place with an average of $21,105 in 16 theaters. Thankfully it is expanding, but I'm worried the studio waited too long and it won't reach its potential. Yellow Day opened with an average of $13,130 in two theaters. The Danish Girl rounded out the $10,000 club with an average of $10,964 in 24 theaters. By this time next week, it could be over $1 million in total.
December 11th, 2015
Earlier this week, The Big Short picked up two SAG nominations and four Golden Globe nominations and now it is opening in limited release. It arguably has louder buzz than the rest of this week’s limited releases combined, and the reviews to back it up. Outside of this film, both The Boy and the World and The Girl in the Book deserve to find an audience.
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