"Silent Hill," a horror film based on a video game, replaced comedy spoof "Scary Movie 4" as the top choice for North American moviegoers during the w
"Silent Hill" makes noise at North America box office, kicking off last week's champ "Scary Movie 4" to 2nd place which scores another $17 million in ticket sales. The horror film based on a video game, according to studio figures issued on Sunday April 23rd, 2006, is the top choice movie sold about $20.2 million worth of tickets since opening on Friday.
The White House assassination tale "The Sentinel," opens at No. 3 with $14.7 million. Elsewhere, 20th Century Fox's animated hit "Ice Age: The Meltdown" is at No. 4 with $12.8 million, ahead of "The Wild" which with $8.1 million in ticket sales reaches the 5th position.
No. 6 on the box office is "The Benchwarmers" which ticket sales reaches $7.3 million, followed by "Take the Lead" at No. 7 with another $4.3 million. The satirical comedy "American Dreamz," which grosses an estimated $3.7 million, tying at No. 8 with the thriller "Inside Man." Entering the Top 10 chart for the very first time is "Friends With Money", taking in $3.6 million to be at No. 10.