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Bleecker Street’s ‘Denial’ and A24’s ‘American Honey’ Solid in Crowded Weekend: Specialty Box Office

Bleecker Street's Denial and A24's American Honey started October on a solid note in their debuts. Both opened Friday in a crowded market that featured mixed starts. Denial with Rachel Weisz edged over American Honey for the weekend's top per theater average, while a couple of other openers bowed in more locations. FIP's Indian cricket title M.S. Dhoni launched in 256 North American theaters grossing $1.
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