The awards darling is making a brave comeback at the box office as Warner Bros. promises, "We’ll keep it in theaters right through the Oscars."
BERLIN — Ben Affleck’s is making box office history as it hits $200 million in worldwide ticket sales.
The Oscar best picture contender, picking up one trophy after another, has earned nearly $124 million domestically and $76.1 million internationally.
Over the weekend, Warner Bros. upped theater count from roughly 900 locations to 1,405, almost unheard of in a film’s 18th week in release (opened Oct. 12). The film grossed $2.4 million to land back on the top 10 chart in the No. 8 slot.
On the eve of the Oscar nominations and Golden Globe ceremony in early January, was playing in only 302 theaters, but Warners slowly started adding locations. won the Globe for best motion picture…
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