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Monday September 29, 2008 6:46 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Eagle Eye Soars to #1

Eagle Eye

Despite mixed reviews for his latest film, Shia LaBeouf once again proved he has box office appeal. , a film from Disturbia‘s D.J. Caruso, earned $29.2 million over the past three days and the #1 spot. Even a Friday night presidential debate couldn’t stop the thriller from putting nearly $16 million between itself and Nights in Rodanthe, this weekend’s #2. Although Nights - the third pairing for Diane Lane and Richard Gere - took in $13.4 million, the romantic drama did almost $1 million less than 2002’s Unfaithful.

- a faith-based film starring Kirk Cameron - surprised many with its 4th place finish. Although it was only available in 839 theaters, the movie had an impressive $8111 per screen average. Meanwhile, two films outside the Top Ten boasted averages over the $10,000 mark. The Duchess (ranked #13) pulled in $10,238 per theater while Ed Harris’ Appaloosa (#35) did slightly better with $10,469.

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  1. Eagle Eye, Dreamworks/Paramount, $29,150,721 (avg. $8305)
  2. Nights in Rodanthe, Warner Bros., $13,418,454 (avg. $4962)
  3. Lakeview Terrace, Sony, $6,966,711 (avg. $2824)
  4. Fireproof, Samuel Goldwyn Films, $6,804,764 (avg. $8111)
  5. Burn After Reading, Focus Features, $6,196,269 (avg. $2339)
  6. Igor, MGM, $5,383,912 (avg. $2300)
  7. My Best Friend’s Girl, Lionsgate, $3,882,912 (avg. $1473)
  8. Miracle at St. Anna, Disney, $3,477,996 (avg. $2935)
  9. Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys, Lionsgate, $3,125,620 (avg. $1949)
  10. Ghost Town, Dreamworks/Paramount, $2,930,904 (avg. $1938)

(You can review last week’s numbers here.)



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