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Horror Films Rule Box Office Results
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Horror Films Rule Box Office Results


Horror Films Rule Box Office Results

Tuesday, September 1 2009

In North America, horror franchises top the weekend box office. Warner Bros. Pictures' The Final Destination sold $28.3 million claiming the number one spot.



Halloween II, featuring the famous masked killer Michael Myers, sits at number three with $17.4 million. Brad Pitt's latest film Inglourious Basterds, on the other hand, earned $20 million in its second week.



Another horror film District 9 is the fourth placer with $10.7 million. Meanwhile, the biggest movie of the year is Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen that reaped $399.4 million so far. Next to the live-action film is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince earning $294.4 million.




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