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'Girl on the Train' dominates while 'Birth of a Nation' is soft at weekend box office

Despite Hurricane Matthew causing multiple multiplexes to be closed in the southeast, the big screen adaptation of the best-selling book "The Girl on the Train" still easily won the weekend box office with an estimated $24.7 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The steamy thriller starring Emily Blunt did hit expectations by its studio Universal, but it didn't have the kind of opening similar to fellow best-seller "Gone Girl" did in 2014 with a $37.
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