'Midnight in Paris' is already Woody Allen's highest-grossing film and now it's set to earn even more bucks at the box office. Sony Pictures Classics is so high on the hit -- and its Oscar buzz -- they're sending it back to more theaters for a glory lap on August 26.
The studio says that the romantic comedy, which stars Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams, will surpass $50 million at the domestic box office this weekend.
The film was released on May 20 to glowing reviews. Deadline's Pete Hammond went so far as to say that if the Oscars were held today, 'Midnight' would win Best Picture.
Our own Gary Susman recently examined all the reasons why the film has become such a runaway hit.
Have you seen the movie? Do you think it's Woody's best?