Disney's family film "Eight Below" won the top position on the box office with an estimated $25 million over the four-day period
The North American box office over the four-day Presidents Day weekend is dominated by "Eight Below." The Walt Disney Co.'s Antarctic family-friendly film garners $25 million in ticket sales. Following close behind at the runner up position is "Date Movie" which debuted over the weekend with $22.3 million in ticket sales.
Last week's top movie "The Pink Panther" is down to 3rd place earning another $21 million. Universal Pictures' "Curious George" finishing in 4th place in its second weekend with $15.3 million. New Line's "Final Destination 3" sadly only taking in $12.5 million in its second weekend, leading the flick to slip to No. 5.
Warner Bros. Pictures' "Firewall" is in 6th place with $10.3 million in ticket sales. "Freedomland," which is debuted at 7th place, scores $7 million in ticket sales. Rounding out the Top 10 this weekend are "Big Momma's House 2" at No. 8 with $5.9 million, "When a Stranger Calls" at No. 9 taking in $5.8 million in ticket sales, and "Nanny McPhee" at No. 10 with $5.1 million.