has kept Anthony Hopkins
off the top of the U.S. box office chart in a terrible week at the cinema. Disturbia
made just $13.5 million in its second weekend to score a second week at number one, while Hopkins' new thriller Fracture
debuted at number two with just $11.2 million.
Figure-skating comedy Blades of Glory
, a former number one, fell to number three in its fourth weekend, but managed to cross the $100 million mark. And horror film Vacancy
debuted at four with a lowly $7.6 million.
One of the only bright spots on the new box office chart was British comedy Hot Fuzz
, which debuted at number six with a $5.8 million opening-weekend take - despite appearing in only a third of the number of cinemas where fellow new releases Fracture
And Meg Ryan
still appears to be box office poison with her new film with Adam Brody
, In the Land of Women
, debuted at number eight on the new countdown with a poor $4.9 million take.
Meanwhile, war epic 300
slipped out of the top 10 after seven weeks but has taken its tally to over $200 million in the United States alone.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)