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‘I, Tonya’ Blades To Robust Bow; ‘The Shape Of Water’ & ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Expand Solidly – Specialty Box Office

Neon and 30West skated into the awards race with a box office win this weekend, opening I, Tonya in four locations grossing $245,602, easily capturing the weekend's highest per theater average and landing in the top ten averages of the year. The film didn't have a lot of newcomer competition in the Specialty arena, but did face off with some serious recent holdovers such as A24's The Disaster Artist, which joined the weekend's top 10 along with Lady Bird.
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