Sony Pictures Classics announced today that it is expanding Woody Allen’s Midnight In Paris to 1038 screens for the weekend, making it the widest-released film of Allen’s career. The comedy has been riding strong buzz and solid word-of-mouth that began with its well-received world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival last month; it has earned more than $16 million domestic so far and is in its fifth week on U.S. screens. Last week, it finished No. 8 at the box office.
Sony Classics Expands 'Midnight In Paris'
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