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MOSCOW, July 27. /TASS/. The family comedy Pixels, directed by Chris Columbus and starring Adam Sandler, topped Russia's latest weekend box office ratings, says the Unified Federal Automated Information System (UAIS) website.
Columbus’ movie gathered $2 million during its first opening weekend in Russia. Marvel’s Ant-man lagged behind Pixels, earning $1.5 million last weekend and $7 million for its entire distribution. Leading for the previous two weeks, the cartoon Minions took third place, earning $23.8 million for its entire Russian distribution and $1.3 million last weekend.
Fourth place in the ratings goes to American horror The Gallows, generating $731,000 during its opening weekend. The top five is completed by the melodrama "Paper towns", starring top model Cara Delevingne and netting $377,000 on its opening weekend.