Actors Matthew McConaughey (L) and Idris Elba (R) attend the special screening of Columbia Pictures and MRC "The Dark Tower" at the Museum of Modern Art on July 31, 2017 in New York. (AFP/ANGELA WEISS)
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After a decade of development and several postponements, the long-awaited Stephen King adaptation "The Dark Tower" debuted with an estimated $19.5 million in North American ticket sales, narrowly edging out the two-week leader "Dunkirk".Still, the movie was made for a relatively modest amount: about $60 million, or half of what many other summer movies cost.Other holdovers -- "The Emoji Movie" ($12.4 million in its second week) and "Girls Trip" ($11.4 million in its third week) followed.The film, the first release distributed by Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures, debuted with a disappointing $7.3 million after a limited release last week.
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