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‘Dumbo’ Remake Expected To Make $40 To $50 Million During Opening Weekend

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“Dumbo” premieres this weekend and it has already made $2.6 million in its Thursday previews. According to SFGate, trackers think the film will earn between $40 million to $50 million its opening weekend. The film is a Tim Burton live-action remake of the original Disney film. Although it will not be doing as much as the live-action remake of “The Jungle Book”... It will make more than “The Lego movie 2,” which made around $34 million opening

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