300 Rules the Box Office Once Again

Posted on March 19, 2007

For the second week in a row, 300 ruled the box office, taking in another $32,877,328. That puts the total take so far at a mind-boggling $129,165,656, on a $65 million budget. In second place was Wild Hogs, which made another $19,058,871.

Sandra Bullock's new paranormal thriller, Premonition, opened in third place making $17,558,689. In fourth place was horror flick Dead Silence which made $7,842,725. Also opening last weekend was Chris Rock's I Think I Love My Wife, which came in at fifth place, making $5,674,802. The consensus from critics was that the film was not funny in the least, and that Critics Think They Didn't Love the Film.

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