Biker buddy comedy "Wild Hogs" ends the two-week reign of "Ghost Rider" on the chart ended Sunday, March 4.
A piece of film containing great mix of star power and fine concept sure is one thing hard to be missed by moviegoers and that's what "Wild Hogs" is experiencing now.
Featuring stellar cast of John Travolta, Tim Allen, William H. Macy and Martin Lawrence as middle-aged buddies who head out on the highway looking for adventure, the road movie wonderfully results beyond expectation, selling $39.6 million worth of tickets in its debut to soar as the champ on weekend domestic box office ended March 4, 2007.
Easily grabs the title, the Disney release leaves its fellow newcomer "Zodiac" way far behind as the serial-killer saga only pulls a modest opening gross of $13.3 million in its effort to claim the runner-up position. However, the number it has collected turns out more than enough to push last-week's top holder "Ghost Rider" to number three after the comic-book adaptation fares lower at $11.5 million.
Seating on the fourth rank is another Disney production "Bridge to Terabithia" which this time manages to add another $8.9 million for a total of $57.9 million followed by "The Number 23" and "Norbit" on the fifth and the sixth, respectively; the former drawing in $6.4 million while the latter scoring $6.3 million in its fourth week of release.
Rom-com flick "Music and Lyrics" comes next at number seven for its fair attempt to pull $4.8 million with another new release "Black Snake Moan" landing the spot behind after being able to gain $4.1 million into its pocket. Rounding out the top ten of the list are Paramount's action comedy "Reno 911!: Miami" with $3.9 million and Universal's thriller drama "Breach" with $3.6 million.