March 20, 2007 03:01:00 GMT
Zack Snyder-directed epic "300" continues to be the champion in its second spin on the chart ended March 18, 2007.
The battle turns out to still have the same victor as "300" once again makes a successful strive to beat all its opponents in weekend domestic box office ended Sunday, March 18, 2007.
Selling $32.8 million worth of tickets, the epic feature for the second time bests its rival "Wild Hogs" which remains as the runner-up following its good attempt to add another $19 million into its pocket in its third round in the competition.
Below the Disney production, three newcomers namely "Premonition", "Dead Silence", and "I Think I Love My Wife" gloriously pop up to round out the big five of the chart, scoring $17.5 million, $7.8 million, and $5.6 million, respectively. Trailing behind is last week's third rank-holder "Bridge to Terabithia" after it makes its way to collect a decent income of $5.1 million to raise its total gross to $74.9 million.
Meanwhile, former champ "Ghost Rider" sadly keeps stumbling for it only manages to earn a modest $4.1 million this time to therefore fall three notches from its previous spot to number seven. Also suffering the same fate here is "Zodiac" which falls to the eighth slot with $3.2 million followed by "Norbit", and "Music and Lyrics", the former pulling $2.7 million to seat on the ninth while the latter garnering $2.2 million to make up the top ten of the list.