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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Slayed By Brave In The Box Office!

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And that's not all!

It also got bested by ANOTHER cartoon - one that has been out for two weeks!

That's right, Disney and Pixar's Brave won the weekend box office, taking in $66.7 million between Friday and today, and beating out Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, which had previously held the number one spot since its premiere!

Meanwhile, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter was stuck in the third place spot, making under $20 million for its opening weekend, although according to reports, that's pretty much exactly what the production assumed it would be raking in!

Can't say we're too shocked, ourselves!

We're delighted to see that parents are bringing their kids to movies this summer with not only beautiful visual effects, but such a touching and inspiring story!

Congrats, Disney and Pixar!

Check out the comprehensive look at this weekend's box-office…AFTER THE JUMP!

Brave, $66.7 million
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, $20.2 million
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, $16.5 million
Prometheus, $10 million
Snow White and the Huntsman, $8.012 million
Rock of Ages, $8 million
That's My Boy, $7.9 million
The Avengers, $7 million
Men in Black 3, $5.6 million
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, $3.8 million

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3 comments to “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Slayed By Brave In The Box Office!”

  1. ann says – reply to this


    Brave is not a movie for pre-teens. It is rated PG13 for a very good reason.

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    Brave is not a movie for pre-teens and the very young. It's rate PG13 for a very good reason.

  3. 3

    What summer movie doesnt get beaten by a new G-rated flick during the summer school holiday?