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Box Office: ‘Girl On the Train’ Is No. 1, ‘Birth of a Nation’ Disappoints

It was a big weekend for director Tate Taylor, whose adaptation of the thriller The Girl on the Train nabbed the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office with a strong $24.7 million.
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