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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, starring Aaron Paul, drew a solid audience on the opening weekend after its October 11 Netflix release. The “Breaking Bad” film “El Camino” had a large enough audience that it probably could have taken the No. 1 at the box office if it had gone wide in theaters. Per Nielsen, El Camino had a viewing of 6.54 million over its first three days of release. About 40 percent of that audience, a little under 2.65 million people, watched on day one.  According to TheWrap   Nielsen reported an average minute audience of 6.5 million viewers watched “El Camino” this past weekend. Also Thursday, the National Association of Theater Owners reported that the national average movie ticket price for the third quarter of 2019 clocked in at $8.93. If every person who saw “El Camino” this weekend bought a ticket at that price, the film would have earned an opening weekend total of approximately $58 million. That would have been enough to make it the No. 1 film of the weekend, beating the strong second weekend total of $55 million by the top movie of the month, “Joker.”

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