Excellent box office performance helps to impact the award season

According to foreign media reports, “Poor Thing” was only released in 9 theaters in North America on December 28th, with a three-day opening weekend of $644000 and despite selling out one venue at $71600, it remains the best single venue performance of the award season up to this point and the third highest single place performance this year. The movie will be expanded in the coming weeks.

The Golden Lion Award-winning film, Augus Lansmos, starred Emma Stone, William Dafoe, Mark Ruffalo, Ramie Yusuf, Christopher Aport, Margaret Curry, Susie Benba, and others, while the movie “Poor Thing” was directed by Tony McNamara (“Beloved”).

It is based on the Scottish author Alastair Gray’s novel of the same name and blends realistic, fantasy, and science fiction to reinvent the story of Frankenstein, set in the late Victorian period. The story follows Bella Baxter (Stone), despite her abuser status, being uncontrolled and scientifically curious; she survives an outbreak of drowning while the eccentric scientist Goodwin (Daphne) replaced her own brain due to her disinterest.

With Goodwin’s support, Bella aimed to acquire fresh insights and travel extensively. She joined forces with the clever and uncontrolled lawyer Duncan Waderburn (Rufalo) and journeyed across continents. Bellla liberated herself from the prejudices of her day and advocated for equality and freedom.

Following their collaboration with Stone on “Beloved”, Ramos and Stone have collaborated on a new film, featuring Jesse Plaimon, William Dafoe, Margaret Curry, Zhou Hong, and others. The script for this film was written and directed by Ramon’s former partner Evemius Philippe from the years 1989 to 1996.

(Meng Qing)

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