'The Curse of La Llorona' tops dismal Easter box office as clock ticks to 'Endgame'

Sonaiya Kelley, Los Angeles Times on

Published in Entertainment News

Following a soft third-place opening last weekend, Lionsgate's "Hellboy" dropped a precipitous 68 percent in 10th place, earning $3.9 million for a total of $19.7 million.

In limited release, Neon opened the drama "Little Woods" in 33 locations with $66,415 for an underwhelming per-screen average of $2,013.

A24's "Under the Silver Lake," an L.A. neo-noir starring Andrew Garfield, opened in two locations with $40,157, for a per-screen average of $20,079.

Bleecker Street's "Teen Spirit" expanded into 696 locations (up from four), earning $250,536 for a dismal per-screen average of $360 and a cumulative $305,536.

Neon's Aretha Franklin documentary, "Amazing Grace," expanded into 188 locations in its third weekend with $591,642 for a per-screen average of $3,147 and a cumulative $1.3 million.

Gunpowder & Sky's "Her Smell" expanded into 24 locations (up from three), earning $68,736 for a per-screen average of $2,864 and a cumulative $117,577.


This week, Disney opens the highly anticipated "Avengers: Endgame" with no competition from other studios.

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