'Pirates' sails to third top box office weekend with $35 Million.
The Disney sequel "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" remains on the top position in the box office this weekend, marking the flick's third straight weekend to be the number one movie, taking in $35 million in ticket sales with its total reaching for $321.7 million after just 17 days being released in the worldwide theaters.
This really is a great attainment compared to its predecessor, the 2003's "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," which domestic total reached $305 million. Meanwhile, Sony's family film "Monster House", debuts at No. 2 with $23 million, just one place ahead of M. Night Shyamalan's "Lady in the Water," taking in $18.2 million.
The comedy flick "You, Me and Dupree", in the meantime, garnering another $12.8 million to be at No. 4, followed subsequently by "Little Man" on the 5th spot with $11 million and "Clerks II" at the 6th place with $9.6 million. The 7th to 10 spot in a row is seized by the likes of "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" $8.7 million, "Superman Returns" $7.46 million, "The Devil Wears Prada" $7.43 million, and "Cars" $4.9 million.