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Newswire: Weekend Box Office: Another October, another bestselling Girl

“For adults” is a relative distinction in a marketplace dominated by comic-book adaptations, YA adaptations, and animated features. Still, we’re tempted to celebrate the box-office success of any movie that doesn’t seem specifically targeted at 13-year-olds, even when said success is a middling take on an airport-fiction bestseller. Case in point: The Girl On The Train, which opened to $24.
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