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Summer's most profitable independent movies!

Well it's true, this is the summer of blockbuster, superhero movies with huge budgets and impressive casts. Still the independent movies hold still and try their best even during this time of year where things aren't that promising.

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So here's the list with the most profitable independent movies of the summer in the US, that hit the cinemas after the 24th of April from indie distributors.

1.  Mud (Roadside Attractions) – $20,495,326
2.  Before Midnight (Sony Pictures Classics) – $5,712,759
3. The Bling Ring (A24) – $4,350,350
4. Frances Ha (IFC Films) – $3,437,268
5. Much Ado About Nothing (Roadside Attractions) – $2,168,781
6. The Iceman (Millennium) – $1,930,282
7. The East (Fox Searchlight) – $1,640,568    
8. Stories We Tell (Roadside Attractions) – $1,384,911
9. Love Is All You Need (Sony Pictures Classics) – $1,372,398
10. Kon-Tiki (The Weinstein Company) – $1,362,634
11. What Maisie Knew (Millennium) – $995,881
12. The Kings of Summer (CBS Films) – $925,268
13. Fill The Void (Sony Pictures Classics) – $911,412
14. The Reluctant Fundamentalist (IFC Films) – $528,731
15. Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s (eOne) – $478,031

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