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Box Office: 'Green Book' Scores Biggest Post-Oscar Bump in 8 Years

Box Office: 'Green Book' Scores Biggest Post-Oscar Bump in 8 Years

Director Peter Farrelly's Green Book scored the biggest post-Oscar bump of any best picture winner in eight years at the U.S. box office.

The Amblin and Participant Media dramedy grossed $4.7 million from 2,641 cinemas over the March 1-3 frame — its 16th weekend in release — days after its much-debated victory at the 91st Academy Awards.

No movie taking home the statuette for best picture has earned that much post-Oscars since The King's Speech posted a weekend gross of $6.2 million from 2,386 cinemas following the Academy Awards in 2011. That compares to $2....

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