Forbes – Fox 2000’s Hidden Figures continued to be one of two hugely successful Oscar contenders this weekend, now that it actually is an Oscar nominee for Best Picture. The $25 million-budgeted dramady earned another $14 million (-11%) in its fourth weekend of wide release for a whopping $104.021m domestic total.
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