The box office american continues to raise thanks to the few autocines that remain open


14 rooms, us, 13 of them autocines, remain open despite the threat of coronavirus. So what account the web american Deadline also says that these struts of entertainment that still maintain the type before the health crisis, can be found all over the countryfrom South Carolina to Florida, through Texas, Arizona or Missouri. Despite this the situation changes by the moment as the government takes action in the matter, so the drive-in Riverside (California) has finally closed before the new measures undertaken by the administration.

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Yes, in these days that those few rooms are resisting the inevitable, the collection of some tapes that were released before the pandemic to spread, continues to increase timidly. It is the case at the top of the ranking of ‘The invisible man’ for Universal/ Blumhouse, film that has managed to secure 36.600 dollars over the weekend thanks to the stay being projected in seven autocines. ‘The hunt’, also from Universal, will follow closely with 36,000 dollars obtained thanks to 8 autocines and the film Disney’s ‘Onward’ closes the podium becoming with 22.700 dollars in the hand of your display at 10 autocines.

The box office from the sofa

Both ‘The invisible man’ as ‘The hunt’ and ‘Onward’ are available for rent in digital format from mid-march in the united States, which sum to these small benefits collected by the producers thanks to the $ 19.99 paid each viewer to enjoy these updates for 48 hours. ‘Bloodshot’, the latest action movie starring Vin Diesel, you can also rent and this bind ‘Emma’ or ‘Birds of Prey (and the fantabulosa emancipation of Harley Quinn)’.