Enough Said, the romantic comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini in the actor's second-to-last film, had one of the best opening weekends of the year. The film brought in an average of $60,000 per theater after opening in four theaters in New York and Los Angeles. Enough Said will open in 65 new markets next weekend. Gandolfini's final film, Animal Rescue will be released next year.
This past weekend has been a series of wins for Louis-Dreyfus, who also won an Emmy for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series for the show, "Veep." Her co-star, Tony Hale, won the Emmy for outstanding actor in a comedy series. On the show, "Veep," Louis-Dreyfus stars as the vice president of the United States, while in the film Enough Said, she stars as a single mother who falls for her new friend's ex-husband.
Rush, directed by Ron Howard, also opened this weekend in five theaters between New York and Los Angeles. The film stars Chris Hemsworth and tells the real-life story of F1 race car rivals in the 1970s. The film opened to fairly strong numbers; Rush grossed roughly $200,000. The film will expand nationwide on September 27.