Weekend North American Box Office of April 27-29, 2007
New movies of various genres have popped up together to heat up the competition on the box-office yet "Disturbia" amazingly remains undisturbed on its position on the top for the weekend ended April 29, 2007.
In its third run, the teen-oriented thriller once again turns out to be the best of all, effortlessly adding a decent number of $9 million and so, forcing newcomers "The Invisible" and "Next" to line up behind as the second and third place holder, respectively.
Despite their failed attempt to overthrow the DreamWorks production, both rookies delightfully do not come below expectations with the former scoring $7.7 million and the latter earning $7.1 million in ticket sales. Taking the subsequent spot is police drama "Fracture" for its fair effort to garner $6.8 million followed by sports comedy "Blades of Glory" which manages to grab $5.1 million to round out the top five of the chart.
British police comedy "Hot Fuzz" comes next on number six after making its way to gain $4.87 million, slightly higher than the $4.84 million Disney's animated adventure "Meet the Robinsons" has collected. The rest positions up to the tenth slot go to motel horror feat "Vacancy" with $4.1 million, new release "The Condemned" with $3.8 million, and family comedy "Are We Done Yet?" $3.4 million.
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