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.