The act of peeping is likely getting much concern from most moviegoers for now as the Peeping-Tom thriller "Disturbia" successfully grips major attention to strive as the top movie in its debut on domestic box office ended April 15, 2007.
Collecting a satisfying number of $22.2 million worth of ticket sales, the teen-oriented flick thereby ends the two-week reign of "Blades of Glory", pushing it to the second rank after the skating comedy turns out to fare lesser at $13.8 million. Also has to go one notch below is Disney's CG-animated adventure "Meet the Robinsons" for its decent effort to add $12.4 million into its pocket.
Another new release, Columbia Pictures' thriller "Perfect Stranger", pops up next on number four with a moderate income of $11.2 million followed by Steve Carr-directed family comedy "Are We Done Yet?", which makes its way to pull $8.9 million and rounds out the big five titles of the chart.
Coming as the sixth-place holder is newcomer "Pathfinder" that manages to score $5 million in its first three-day run while the seventh slot delightfully is still secured by "Wild Hogs", thanks to its fair effort in drawing $4.6 million. The rest positions up to number ten go to Biblical plague horror "The Reaping" with $4.5 million, Warner Bros. Pictures' epic tale "300" with $4.4 million, and double feature "Grindhouse" with $4.3 million.