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Hope Fades for Feel-Good Ending at U.S. Box Office

By Bloomberg
05 August 2017   |   4:00 pm
After several months of flops like Warner Bros.’ “King Arthur” and EuropaCorp’s “Valerian,” movie studios and theaters are beginning to acknowledge that their streak of record-setting ticket sales may be coming to an end.

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