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Hits Car: Warner Bros and Forces Closure

hits car: Warner Bros. estimates that the film added an additional 22.2 million through Sunday, down only 10 per cent from last weekend, according to Vancouver Courier. To date, the film has grossed nearly 111 million from North American theatres, passing the lifetime domestic total of 2015's Trainwreck, one of the last big studio rom-com success stories.article continues below Trending Stories Road rage Man 'spits on driver and hits car with hammer' in Vancouver EXTREME BEAR ACTIVITY' forces closure of two Metro Vancouver trailsB.C. wineries need us to drink their wines to offset losses of wildfire season With Greyhound about to quit B.C., Lillooet calls for return of passenger train service Should the pace hold through Monday, Crazy Rich Asians could also have one of the biggest Labor Day weekends ever by the time final numbers are reported on Tuesday. Studios on Sunday say the romantic comedy has topped the domestic charts again. The current four-day Labor Day record sits with 2007's Halloween which opened with 30.6 million and some are projecting that Crazy Rich Asians could hit 30 million. Warner Bros.' shark pic The Meg took second place with an additional 10.5 million, bringing its global total to 462.8 million. It easily won out over the holdovers and a few newcomers, like the Nazi war crime film Operation Finale and the sci-fi thriller Kin. ( As reported in the news.