'The Invitation,' which earned $7 million, had the weekend's highest box office performance.

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If three brand-new films are released in theaters but no one goes to see them..

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With under $7 million, Sony's eerie thriller "The Invitation" was able to top the box office charts.

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Given that it is the lowest first-place finish since May 2021, when COVID was keeping people at home, its victory carries some rather meager bragging rights.

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The lack of compelling options is keeping people away from the movies now, not the pandemic.

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Just $54 million was made at the domestic box office overall over the weekend, which is the lowest total in months.

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And until at least late September or early October, when "Don't Worry Darling" (Sept. 23), "Halloween Ends," and the comic book adaption

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"Black Adam" (Oct. 21) open in theaters, the bad times are anticipated to continue. A number of box office successes, including

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"Top Gun: Maverick," "Minions: The Rise of Gru," "Thor: Love and Thunder," and "Elvis," helped to make this summer's moviegoing robust overall.

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It won't take much money to make a profit because "The Invitation" only cost $10 million to produce.

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