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Movie Audiences More Interested In A Haunted House Than A Gangster Squad While Zero Dark Thirty Trumps 'Em All!

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Sorry, Leather Face!

Your box office reign in Texas Chainsaw 3D has come to an end after only one week, as it appears movie-goers were more interested in seeing Osama bin Laden killed instead of horny, poor-decision-making teenagers…and Trey Songz!

The critically-acclaimed Zero Dark Thirty made its wide-release debut this weekend and managed to take the number one spot in the domestic box office, having made an estimated $24 million between Friday and today!

And while Gangster Squad finally hit theaters, four months after its original release date, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, and Sean Penn COULD NOT keep up with Marlon Wayans, of all people, who's latest parody flick A Haunted House, secured #2 with $18.8 million!


Ch-ch-check out the the weekend's full box-office top ten…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

Zero Dark Thirty, $24 million
A Haunted House, $18.8 million
Gangster Squad, $16.7 million
Django Unchained, $11.1 million
Les Misérables, $10.1 million
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, $9.1 million
Lincoln, $6.3 million
Parental Guidance, $6.1 million
Texas Chainsaw 3D, $5.2 million
Silver Linings Playbook, $5 million

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2 comments to “Movie Audiences More Interested In A Haunted House Than A Gangster Squad While Zero Dark Thirty Trumps 'Em All!”

  1. Mr Pete says – reply to this


    I'M finding it hard to believe that Zero Dark Thirty is the top grossing film
    I have many friends who still go to the movies, most of them are Libs
    Not one of them has mentioned seeing this film, or any intention of seeing this film
    I know a while back that several multi plex theatres would credit sold tickets to one film, while the moviegoer, went into see a different film

  2. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Sorry but you could not pay me to see any of those movies even if you gave me a popcorn with butter, Coke and a pretzel with cheese sauce. It is too bad that we only get two months out of the year with adult oriented movies in the winter.