The 'Flight' Rocketing to Highest Place

October 03, 2005 02:07:44 GMT

"Flightplan" stayed aloft at the box office, as the airplane thriller took in $15 million to remain the No. 1 movie over a rush of new wide releases


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Over a rush of new wide releases and critics pointed to "Flightplan," the airplane thriller keeps going on, rocketing to the highest place in box office for the second week with $15 million. The science-fiction tale "Serenity" comes behind at No. 2 with $10.1 million, ahead of "The Corpse Bride" at No. 3 with an estimated gross of $9.8 million.

"A History of Violence," in continuation, taking in for $8.2 million to be at No 4. Another new thriller titled "Into the Blue" successfully opens at No. 5 with $7 million. Coming at No. 6 is "Just Like Heaven" with $6.1 million, followed behind by "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" at No. 7 with $4.4 million. "Roll Bounce," in addition, secures the No. 8 with $4 million.

Elsewhere, the new movie "The Greatest Game Ever Played" manages $3.7 million in 1,014 movie houses secures the 9th place, while "The 40 Year-Old Virgin" closing this weekend Top 10 with only $3.1 million.

© AceShowbiz.com




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