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Suicide Squad Set Record in Russian Film Distribution
11.08.2016 22:29
Suicide Squad Set Record in Russian Film Distribution

Box office receipts on the premiere day made $ 3,9 million, i.e. about 250 million RUR.


      It is an absolute record in the Russian film distribution. The thriller has set up a new record of August. The movie about supervillains, who are sent by the government on a mission where all of them must die has gained seven points out of ten in the rating.


      It is a reminder that the key roles in Suicide Squad are played by Margo Robbie, Kara Delevin, Ben Affleck, Scott Eastwood, Will Smith, Jared Leto, Alyssa Veniece, and others.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Film Distribution New Films    

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