April 23, 2007 04:04:45 GMT
Peeping-Tom thriller "Disturbia" comes out again as the No. 1 movie in its second three-day run on the weekend domestic box office beginning April 20, 2007.
Despite the arrival of a handful of new thriller flicks on the weekend, fans of the genre apparently prefer to keep focusing their gazes on the old one.
Yes, for the second time, teen-oriented pic "Disturbia" successfully claims the top spot of weekend box office ended April 22, 2007, gaining $13 million worth of ticket sales to beat out tension-generated movies "Fracture" and "Vacancy", which both took their first round on the chart.
Though defeated, the two rookies, however, satisfyingly made their way to secure spot in the top five, the former seating as the runner-up with $11 million while the latter one collecting $7.6 million to nab the fourth place, close behind former champ Blades of Glory" which falls to number three after pulling $7.67 million.
Meanwhile, the fifth slot goes to Disney's CGI-animated "Meet the Robinsons" as the adventure toon made a fair effort to add another $6.9 million into its pocket followed by another newcomer "Hot Fuzz" and family comedy "Are We Done Yet?" that manage to earning respective income of $5.8 million and $5.1 million.
Lining up in order to make the top ten of the list are indie romance "In the Land of Women" with $4.7 million in ticket sales, Columbia Pictures' thriller "Perfect Stranger" with $4.1 million, and Disney's road movie "Wild Hogs" with $2.8 million.