The movie has been steadily increasing the number of theatres each week and, as of 6 May, it’s pulled in $621,389 across the country:
|Apr 27-May 3||$115,502||57||$2,026|
It looks like there was a downturn in the most recent week, with takings down 26.9% despite an increase in theaters. But looking at the results for weekends we can see that the following weekend, things picked up hugely thanks to much wider distribution:
So, takings per screen have been dropping each weekend, but have been more than made up for as the number of theaters has multiplied. I’m guessing this is a pretty standard pattern for reasonably slow-growing movies.
The only figures for other countries are for the UK, where Damsels had pulled in $138,159 as of 6th May. I’m not sure how it’s doing over here, although in London it’s been in fewer cinemas each week. On the third weekend, Google Movies is only listing it in three cinemas in the city. It would be interesting to see how it goes in other countries.