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‘Blue Jay’, ‘Newtown’ Among Newcomers In Mostly Slow Weekend; ‘Denial’ Solid In Expansion: Specialty Box Office

Specialty openers had mostly a slow-go this weekend, while a second weekend holdover, Denial, had the best per theater average showing among limited release titles. The Bleecker Street release actually had the second highest PTA overall at $7,417. Among newcomers, Zeitgeist's Theo Who Lived and The Orchard's Blue Jay technically had the highest PTAs, though they landed at just $5,539 and $5,235 respectively.
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