'Disturbia' Tops Weekend Box Office
Blades of Glory slipped to number two on the new box office chart and takes its three-week tally past $90 million. Halle Berry and Bruce Willis' new thriller Perfect Stranger came in at a disappointing number four with just $11.5 million, while period action film Pathfinder failed to follow 300 to the top of the charts, debuting at number six with a lowly $4.8 million.
Meanwhile Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's much-hyped double bill, Grindhouse, took another slap after failing to perform at the box office last week - it fell from fourth to tenth on the new countdown with a meager $4.2 million second weekend take.
And the hype surrounding Eddie Griffin's new action film Redline, which included the funnyman crashing his producer's uninsured $1.2 million Ferrari, failed to pay off the film missed out on a top 10 spot, coming in 11th with just $4 million.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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