Newly-released thriller "Disturbia" goes right to the top slot of the chart, pushing aside "Blades of Glory" to number two in turn.
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.