• 'Queen & Slim' stars on self-imposed pressure and working with 'fresh' filmmaking voices (exclusive)
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    Tom Beasley

    'Queen & Slim' stars on self-imposed pressure and working with 'fresh' filmmaking voices (exclusive)

    'Queen & Slim' director Melina Matsoukas is helming a feature for the first time after an award-winning career in music videos.

  • 'Queen & Slim' actor Daniel Kaluuya reveals worst first date and plans for Barney film (exclusive)
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    'Queen & Slim' actor Daniel Kaluuya reveals worst first date and plans for Barney film (exclusive)

    Daniel Kaluuya has revealed he didn't have to look far to inspire himself for the awkward first date in 'Queen & Slim'.

  • Golden Globes voters refused to watch 'Queen & Slim,' insists its director
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    Golden Globes voters refused to watch 'Queen & Slim,' insists its director

    Queen & Slim director Melina Matsoukas says most Golden Globes members didn’t attend screenings for the romantic drama. 

  • ‘Frozen II’ Adds $15 Million on Thanksgiving, Weekend Estimates at $134 Million
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    ‘Frozen II’ Adds $15 Million on Thanksgiving, Weekend Estimates at $134 Million

    As the Thanksgiving box office heads into the main portion of the weekend, Disney’s “Frozen II” has already crossed $200 million in domestic grosses with an estimated total of $202 million after one week in theaters. The sequel made $14.7 million from 4,440 screens on Thanksgiving Thursday, as industry estimates now have its 5-day weekend total finishing at $130-135 million.Lionsgate/MRC’s “Knives Out” is also performing well as word-of-mouth is helping push its opening weekend estimates well above its original $30 million point. After grossing $6.2 million on Thursday from 3,392 screens, the Rian Johnson mystery has a total of $14.6 million and is estimated to earn a $45 million 5-day opening against a $40 million budget. Critics have praised the film since its Toronto premiere with a 96% Rotten Tomatoes score, and now it has an A- on CinemaScore to go with it.Also Read: The Death of Movie Theaters? Not So FastThird on the Thanksgiving charts is Sony’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” with $3.1 million from 3,325 screens and an estimated $21 million 5-day total. Fox/Chernin’s “Ford v Ferrari” is just behind with $2.9 million from 3,585 screens and an estimated $20 million 5-day total. Completing the top 5 is Universal/Makeready’s “Queen & Slim,” which made $2.3 million on Thursday and is estimated to make $15 million by Sunday against a $20 million budget.Overall, Thanksgiving Day box office totals finished at $35.3 million. While that is down approximately 16% from the $41.9 million total earned during the holiday last year, but consistent with the $35.4 million earned on Thanksgiving Day 2017. Black Friday box office is projected to total $77.5 million, down 7% year over year, while 5-day overall totals are currently estimated for $280 million, which would be down 11% from last year’s record $315 million holiday total but would rank fourth on the all-time charts.Read original story ‘Frozen II’ Adds $15 Million on Thanksgiving, Weekend Estimates at $134 Million At TheWrap