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Kevin Costner drama Let Him Go tops election week box office with $4.1M – Daily Mail

Kevin Costner drama Let Him Go tops election week box office with $4.1M – Daily Mail

Kevin Costner drama Let Him Go tops election week box office with $4.1M… followed by horror flick Come Play

Focus Features’ neo-Western drama Let Him Go, starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as grieving parents, topped the election week box office with a reported $4.1M.

Thomas Bezucha’s violent adaptation of Larry Watson’s 2013 novel centers on a retired sheriff and his wife rescuing their young grandson and daughter-in-law from a dangerous family.

The Focus Features flick – also starring Lesley Manville – currently holds a 75% critic approval rating (out of 108 reviews) on Rotten Tomatoes.

Winner! Focus Features' neo-Western drama Let Him Go, starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as grieving parents, topped the election week box office with a reported $4.1M

Winner! Focus Features' neo-Western drama Let Him Go, starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as grieving parents, topped the election week box office with a reported $4.1M

Winner! Focus Features’ neo-Western drama Let Him Go, starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as grieving parents, topped the election week box office with a reported $4.1M

Focus Features also distributed Jacob Chase’s horror film Come Play, starring Gillian Jacobs and Azhy Robertson, which landed second place in its second week with $1.7M ($5.6M total).

Tim Hill’s comedy War With Grandpa – starring Cheech Marin, Robert De Niro, Jane Seymour, and Christopher Walken – scored third place in its third week with $1.5M ($13.4M total).

Mark Williams’ action thriller Honest Thief – starring Liam Neeson as an aging thief known as the ‘In-and-Out Bandit’ – earned $1.1M with a total $11.2M in fourth place.

Dakotas drama: Thomas Bezucha's violent adaptation of Larry Watson's 2013 novel centers on a retired sheriff and his wife rescuing their young grandson and daughter-in-law from a dangerous family

Dakotas drama: Thomas Bezucha's violent adaptation of Larry Watson's 2013 novel centers on a retired sheriff and his wife rescuing their young grandson and daughter-in-law from a dangerous family

Dakotas drama: Thomas Bezucha’s violent adaptation of Larry Watson’s 2013 novel centers on a retired sheriff and his wife rescuing their young grandson and daughter-in-law from a dangerous family

Spooky story: Focus Features also distributed Jacob Chase's horror film Come Play, starring Gillian Jacobs and Azhy Robertson, which landed second place in its second week with $1.7M ($5.6M total)

Spooky story: Focus Features also distributed Jacob Chase's horror film Come Play, starring Gillian Jacobs and Azhy Robertson, which landed second place in its second week with $1.7M ($5.6M total)

Spooky story: Focus Features also distributed Jacob Chase’s horror film Come Play, starring Gillian Jacobs and Azhy Robertson, which landed second place in its second week with $1.7M ($5.6M total)

Disney’s re-release of John Lasseter’s 1995 animated buddy comedy Toy Story – which already amassed $373.6M – landed the fifth spot with $505K.

In the age of COVID-19, many struggling distributors and exhibitors aching for government assistance have worked out deals to stream films via VOD 17 days after their theatrical debuts.

But all eyes were on the presidential election over the weekend, which saw former Vice President Joe Biden pull ahead of President Donald Trump to score 290 electoral points thus far. 

Despite bad reviews: Tim Hill's comedy War With Grandpa - starring (from L-R) Cheech Marin, Robert De Niro, Jane Seymour, and Christopher Walken - scored third place in its third week with $1.5M ($13.4M total)

Despite bad reviews: Tim Hill's comedy War With Grandpa - starring (from L-R) Cheech Marin, Robert De Niro, Jane Seymour, and Christopher Walken - scored third place in its third week with $1.5M ($13.4M total)

Despite bad reviews: Tim Hill’s comedy War With Grandpa – starring (from L-R) Cheech Marin, Robert De Niro, Jane Seymour, and Christopher Walken – scored third place in its third week with $1.5M ($13.4M total)

'In-and-Out Bandit': Mark Williams' action thriller Honest Thief - starring Liam Neeson as an aging thief - earned $1.1M with a total $11.2M in fourth place

'In-and-Out Bandit': Mark Williams' action thriller Honest Thief - starring Liam Neeson as an aging thief - earned $1.1M with a total $11.2M in fourth place

‘In-and-Out Bandit’: Mark Williams’ action thriller Honest Thief – starring Liam Neeson as an aging thief – earned $1.1M with a total $11.2M in fourth place

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