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Box Office: Disturbia Not Disturbed from Top Spot

The many of you who want to see Disturbia are not alone: The teenage thriller held steady at No. 1 at the box office, raking in $13.5 million. With the plethora of thrillers out now, three out of the top five movies this weekend were of the genre, with Fracture claiming the No. 2 spot and Vacancy coming in fourth.

Will Ferrell's Blades of Glory was at No. 3 while the family flick Meet the Robinsons held its own at fifth place. Hilarious British comedy Hot Fuzz straggled in at sixth. As one might have expected, not even Adam Brody's cute face could save In the Land of Women from its pitiful opening weekend, bringing in a paltry $4.9 million and landing in eighth place after Ice Cube's Are We Done Yet?

Disturbia has a chance of keeping its top slot this weekend since there aren't too many good-looking films coming out, but it should prepare to be slaughtered by a certain web-slinger come the weekend of May 4.

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tabloidprincess tabloidprincess 10 years
No it's not gory. If you haven't seen Disturbia go see it. It's good.
SaraSmile SaraSmile 10 years
I saw Hot Fuzz this weekend - it was an awesome, awesome movie. Disturbia is kind of a like a gory Rear Window, right? I think that is a cable movie for me...
tabloidprincess tabloidprincess 10 years
oh with Luke Wilson. really? I thought that movie would be bad.
Liss1 Liss1 10 years
I want to see this movie. I went to see Vacancy instead and i really liked it.
tabloidprincess tabloidprincess 10 years
I loved this movie!
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