The family film, which won last weekend’s box office, is expected to pass the $100 million mark in North America by Monday.
“Transformers: The Last Knight’s” performance is a tough break for the summer box office’s bottom line domestically.
As of Sunday morning, “Transformers: The Last Knight,” the fifth installment directed by Michael Bay, looks to bring in $69.1 million from 4,069 domestic locations during its five-day opening weekend.
This makes “Transformers: The Last Knight” the latest summer blockbuster to bank on overseas ticket sales to have a shot at turning a profit.
You can’t really shop locally if the shops can’t afford to stay in business --- not because they have no patrons but because the landlords are looking at short-term results.
The 83rd street store is does not offer the same extensive merchandise.
It’s depressing,” said Charles Platkin, the executive director of the New York City Food Policy Center, at Hunter College. “When a supermarket in your area closes, it feels like you’re moving backward.”