‘Saw’ that coming

Halloween was lucky again this year for Lionsgate, which grossed $34.3 million for the third installment of its slasher series “Saw” — the biggest bow in the company’s history. Frame’s only other new wide release, Focus Features’ political drama “Catch a Fire,” flamed out, taking in just over $2 million from 1,305 locations and missing out on the top 10.

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