300 Is Unstoppable

Tops the US Box Office for a second week

300 Is Unstoppable

by Willow Green |
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Those Spartans, you can hack them, slash them, give them an atomic wedgie – but they'll just keep going. 300 may have bled 60% of its opening weekend take, but it still fought its way comfortably to the top of the US box office for a second weekend running. It took $31,185,000, to bring its total to a massive $127,473,000 in ten days. Which on a budget of $65million, is pretty darn good.

Wild Hogs also shown suprising stamina for a film about ageing petrol heads, taking $18,825,000 to take the number two spot. The top ten's new entries could only manage spots number 3 to 5. Sandra Bullock's poorly received thriller Premonition took the third spot with $18,000,000; horror movie Dead Silence landed at number four, with Chris Rock's latest, I Think I Love My Wife, at number 5.

Historical records will one day say that the rest of the chart looked just like this:

1

300

$31,185,000

$127,473,000

2

2

Wild Hogs $18,825000

$103,993,000

3

3

Premonition

$18,000,000

$18,000,000

1

4

Dead Silence

$7,771,000

$7,771,000

1

5

I Think I Love My Wife

$5,715,000

$5,715,000

1

6

Bridge To Terabithia

$5,141,000

$74,917,000

3

7

Ghost Rider

$4,000,000

$110,202,000

4

8

zodiac

$3,830,000

$43,847,000

4

9

Breach

$3,073,000

$29,923,000

5

10

Norbit $2,722,000

$92,394,000

6

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