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Ethan and Joel Coens’ “Inside Llewyn Davis” gave the writer-director team their best box-office debut ever this weekend, rolling up $402,000 from just four theaters. That’s a spectacular $100,500 per-screen average for the CBS Films’ Oscar hopeful that stars Oscar Isaacs as young singer at the crossroads amid the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Also read: ‘Frozen’ Skates Past ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ at Box Office In terms of per-theater average, it’s the Coens’ best opening ever, more than doubling the $43,797  rung up by Oscar Best Picture winner “No Country for Old Men” when it took in $1.2 million from 28 »


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