WWE Studios’ Knucklehead drew virtually no business during its ‘limited engagement’ this past weekend.
A chart listing the top grossing films, with the bottom movie making $75, did not rank the WWE produced film. Even further, numerous websites that feature histories of all theatrically released movies and how much business they did – including last weekend – don’t have it listed.
The film was only scheduled for last weekend in select theaters – a total of six. It will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 9.
source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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