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'Midway' $17.5 million opening weekend box office win marks lowest November champ in 20 years

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'Midway' $17.5 million opening weekend box office win marks lowest November champ in 20 years· Lionsgate's "Midway" gets the surprise box office win this weekend, taking in $17.5 million.
· However, it's the lowest opening weekend win for a November release since 1999's "The Bone Collector."
· Warner Bros.' "Doctor Sleep" opened below expectations, bringing in only $14.1 million.
· Universal's comedy "Last...
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