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Tuesday September 8, 2009 6:58 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Another Win for Final Destination

The Final Destination

Ticket buyers ended their summer vacations by booking . For the 2nd time in a row, the horror entry topped all entries with a 1st place finish. Thanks to the $15.3 million added to the pot, Warner Bros. saw its sequel rise above the $50 million mark during the Labor Day weekend

pulled in another $15 million and narrowly missed another win of its own. The WWII movie has now raked in over $95 million domestically and given Quentin Tarantino the 2nd best gross of his career. (Pulp Fiction is still the champ.)

Meanwhile, Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper joined forces for a 3rd place debut. may not have done Proposal or Hangover-esque numbers, but the comedy did walk away with something to brag about. The Fox feature totaled the largest per screen average of any movie in the Top 10.

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  1. The Final Destination, Warner Bros., $15,295,069 (avg. $4901)
  2. Inglourious Basterds, The Weinstein Company, $14,950,489 (avg. $4452)
  3. All About Steve, 20th Century Fox, $14,058,106 (avg. $6245)
  4. Gamer, Lionsgate, $11,203,761 (avg. $4478)
  5. District 9, Sony, $9,114,591 (avg. $2904)
  6. Julie & Julia, Sony, $7,077,574 (avg. $2800)
  7. Halloween 2, The Weinstein Company, $6,872,800 (avg. $2226)
  8. G.I. Joe, Paramount, $6,705,288 (avg. $2356)
  9. Extract, Miramax, $5,513,634 (avg. $3422)
  10. The Time Traveler’s Wife, Warner Bros., $5,465,925 (avg. $1950)

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

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