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20th Century Studios’ ‘The Call of the Wild’ and Searchlight Picture’s ‘Downhill’ Are Both Arriving Early on Digital Tomorrow

Two more Disney-owned films are getting early digital releases. 20th Century Studios’ Jack London adaptation The Call of the Wild and Searchlight Pictures’ comedy Downhill will both be available to buy digitally in the U.S. starting tomorrow. These two films are the latest to receive early digital releases in the wake of the coronavirus (Covid-19) […]

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Harrison Ford’s ‘Call of the Wild’ to Lose $50 Million at Box Office

Harrison Ford’s canine adventure “The Call of the Wild” is shaping up to be the latest box office dud for the Disney-owned 20th Century.The film, based on Jack London’s best-selling novel, has made $45 million in the U.S. and $79 million globally after two weeks in theaters. That wouldn’t be a bad result, had “The […]

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‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Holds on to #1; ‘Call of the Wild’ Overperforms into Second

Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog managed to hold off 20th Century’s The Call of the Wild for a second weekend at #1, topping $106 million after just ten days in release and already ranking as the fourth largest video game adaptation domestically of all-time. Stx’s release Brahms: The Boy II currently holds a narrow lead for […]

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‘Sonic’ Sprints Back to No. 1 at Box Office With $26.7 Million Second Weekend

It has been a back-and-forth race at the box office between Paramount’s “The Call of the Wild.” After the newly released Jack London adaptation took the lead on Friday, “Sonic” has retaken the No. 1 spot on Sunday morning charts with an estimated $26.7 million second weekend total.“The Call of the Wild,” which was estimated […]

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‘Call of the Wild’ Takes Close Lead Over ‘Sonic’ at Box Office

20th Century Studios’ “The Call of the Wild” is doing better than industry projections expected, with Saturday morning estimates now projecting a $27.8 million opening for the family adaptation of Jack London’s short story.If that result holds after Saturday matinees, it will be enough to take the No. 1 spot from Paramount’s “

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