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  • Writer's pictureThomas Bonifield

"Someone Like You" Lands in the Top-25 as its Theatrical Run Winds Down

Karen Kingsbury's faith-based film has over-performed at the box office since it released early this month.

Scott Reeves and Lynn Collins appear in a scene from "Someone Like You."
Scott Reeves and Lynn Collins appear in a scene from "Someone Like You." Image: Karen Kingsbury Productions.

Someone Like You has now generated more than $5.9 million in ticket revenue through 24 days in release, including just under $100,000 over the weekend. That latter figure put it in 24th place at the box office from Friday through Sunday, according to data from The Numbers website.

The inaugural film from the eponymously named production company of bestselling Christian novelist Karen Kingsbury - and based on a book of hers by the same name - Someone Like You was originally scheduled to run in theaters for just ten days. Strong support from moviegoers, however, led to two extensions of its theatrical release.


The movie tells the story of a young man who loses his best friend to an early death, only to meet and fall in love with her previously unknown twin sister. It is set to end its run on the big screen this Thursday, May 2nd; you can purchase tickets to a theater in your area via this link to the website of distributor Fathom Events.



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