‘Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris’ Brings In $1.9 Million At Weekend Box Office – NBCNEWS

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Focus functions’ Mrs Harris is going to Paristhe adaptation of the 1958 novel of the same name, written by Paul Gallico, has just seen its first weekend at the Box Office after its July 15 premiere. The 1950s drama had a strong opening weekend, grossing an estimated three-day gross of $1.9 million.

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The film made a healthy gross of $1.9 million by playing over 980 theaters, meaning the median income per theater is $1,939. The estimate for Friday, which would have been the film’s opening night, comes in at about $700,000, while the Saturday estimate only drops slightly with an income of $680,000. With these estimates and the three-day gross estimate, this would mean the estimated Sunday earnings for the film would be about $520,000.

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Mrs Harris is going to Paris has seen quite a bit of acclaim receiving an “A” rank at Cinema Score and currently sits at 93% and 96% on Rotten tomatoes for critics and audiences respectively. The film has also seen older movie viewers being the largest target audience for the Weekend Box Office, with viewers aged 55 or older making up the largest group at 44%. The prediction for the movie can be seen Mrs Harris is going to Paris a “solid theatrical run” in the coming weeks thanks to strong critical acclaim and audience reception, as well as word of mouth prompting people to see the cinema-exclusive film. “We are pleased with the film’s strong opening and older moviegoers returning to enjoy the in-theatre experience,” said Lisa Bunnell, Focus Functions President of Distribution. “With a 96% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes coupled with an A Cinema Score, we’re looking forward to seeing the film hit theaters for a long time this summer.”

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Directed by Anthony Fabian (Louder than words), Mrs Harris is going to Paris follows the titular character Ada Harris (Lesley Manville), a widowed housekeeper while pursuing her dream of owning a Christian Dior dress; this takes her on a journey through the 1950s City of Love. In addition to directing the film, Fabian also co-wrote the screenplay Carroll Cartwright, Keith Thompsonand Olivia Hetreed. Besides Manville, the protagonist of Mrs Harris is going to Paris also contains Isabelle Huppert, Jason Isaacs, Lambert Wilson, Alba Baptista, Lucas Bravoand Rose Williams. Producers of the film include Fabian and Xavier Marchand and Guillaume Benskic. The film was produced by Focus Features in association with the House of Dior with Entertainment One (eOne) which funded the project with support from the National Film Institute of Hungary.

Mrs Harris is going to Paris is currently showing exclusively in cinemas. You can watch a trailer for the critically acclaimed film and read the official synopsis below.

‘Mrs. Harris goes to Paris’ is the enchanting story of a seemingly ordinary British housekeeper whose dream of owning a Christian Dior couture dress takes her on an extraordinary adventure to Paris.

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