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  • Writer's pictureThomas Bonifield

"Ordinary Angels" Just Misses the Box Office Top-20

The faith-based production is winding down its theatrical release after more than five weeks on the big screen.

Lead actors Alan Ritchson and Hilary Swank appear in a scene from "Ordinary Angels."
Lead actors Alan Ritchson and Hilary Swank appear in a scene from "Ordinary Angels." Image: Kingdom Story Company/Lionsgate.

"Ordinary Angels" generated $112,000 in ticket revenue from Friday through Sunday, according to data from The Numbers website. That puts the movie in 21st place overall for the weekend, down from 16th a week earlier, and takes its total haul above $19 million since it came out back in February.

Produced by the Christian brother duo of Andrew and Jon Erwin, the picture stars Alan Ritchson and Hilary Swank and tells the true story of a Kentucky town that rallied together during a blizzard to help a little girl in dire need of a liver transplant. It is still showing in approximately 300 theaters, but also just released for on-demand rental or digital purchase, meaning it likely will not be on the big screen much longer.



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