WeekendResults October 15th 2017
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|1||Happy Death Day||$26,500,000||3,149||$8,415||$26,500,000|
|2||Blade Runner 2049||$15,100,000||4,058||$3,721||$60,578,387|
|5||The Mountain Between Us||$5,650,000||3,259||$1,734||$20,502,922|
|7||Kingsman: The Golden Circle||$5,315,000||2,982||$1,782||$89,652,040|
|8||The Lego Ninjago Movie||$4,315,000||3,053||$1,413||$51,577,689|
|9||My Little Pony: The Movie||$4,000,000||2,528||$1,582||$15,513,434|
|10||Victoria And Abdul||$3,115,000||900||$3,461||$11,341,944|
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