‘Carrie’ Scares Up $725K at Box Office in Late Night Shows

Audiences went on the prom date from hell on Thursday, handing the remake of “Carrie” $725,000 in late night showings, according to studio estimates.

It’s a solid start for a horror film that faces stiff competition from critical and commercial hits like “Gravity” and “Captain Phillips,” although given that those films skew older, “Carrie” should have the teenage crowd to itself.

Sony, which is distributing the MGM/Screengems film, thinks it will open to between $18 million and $20 million, while analysts predict it could be do for a $25 million debut..  Read More...



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