'No Hard Feelings' Review: Jennifer Lawrence shines in sweet and sassy summer comedy

Box Office Stunning: ‘Elemental’ In Close Race With Spidey For No. 1, ‘The Flash’ Battles ‘No Hard Grudges’ For No. 3

There’s major domestic box office drama this weekend, where Pixar’s Elementary and Sony’s ownership Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse I’m in a tight race for number 1.

Based on Friday’s deals, the two pictures could gross anywhere from $17 million to $19 million for the weekend. Some are giving Elementary a slight edge. The picture is losing 39 percent or less, a strong take for a film many had canceled. ElementaryThe performance of is an indication that families are discovering the film through good word of mouth.

Through the Spider-Verse it continues to be one of the summer box office highlights, considering it’s now in its fourth weekend and will wrap up Sunday with a domestic total north of $300 million.

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The news is not so good for The flashwhich opened in front Elementary last weekend. Both started last with decidedly disappointing results.

Unlike Elementary, The flash it received poor exit scores and is declining more than 70% in its second weekend. The first estimates show The flash earning $14 million to $16 million, putting it in a close race with that of Sony Without hard feelingsan R-rated raunchy comedy starring Jennifer Lawrence, which expects $15 million.

Until Sunday, The flashThe national total is expected to be $85 million or more, up from about $65 million Elementary.

Without hard feelings — the first of several raunchy comedies due out this summer — earned a B+ CinemaScore. Lawrence stars opposite Andrew Barth Feldman in Gene Stupnitsky’s film about a woman hired by the parents of an awkward teenager to boost her confidence by dating him. The photo is going better than expected.

Ditto for Wes Anderson City of Asteroids as it expands nationwide after opening to stellar numbers last weekend in NYC and Los Angeles. The film looks to bring in as much as $8.4 million this weekend for a domestic gross of $9.6 million.