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Tuesday June 12, 2007 6:51 pm

Box Office Breakdown:  Lucky Number 13

Oceans 13

Having exhausted all their sequel choices, theater patrons quickly moved on to the latest offering:  Ocean’s Thirteen.  Despite general indifference for the series’ second movie, Steven Soderbergh and friends faced down the unlucky number and rolled the dice again.  Their gamble paid off well this weekend when they took down Captain Jack Sparrow and his mates

Of course, viewers who crave the comfort of familiarity can still manage to have discerning taste.  Eli Roth’s Hostel: Part II only rounded enough voyeurs to rank a mediocre 6th place.  Here’s to hoping that the era of grisly horror movies is once again over…

1. Ocean’s Thirteen, Warner Bros, $36,133,403
2. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Disney, $21,143,905
3. Knocked Up, Universal, $19,643,080
4. Surf’s Up, Sony, $17,640,249
5. Shrek the Third,  DreamWorks Animation-Paramount, $15,317,614
6. Hostel: Part II, Lionsgate, $8,203,391
7. Mr. Brooks, MGM, $4,911,319
8. Spider-Man 3,  Sony, $4,304,986
9. Waitress, Fox Searchlight, $1,600,600
10. Disturbia, DreamWorks-Paramount, $523,504



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