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  • The top movies at the North American box office - Reuters 3/26/06

    The top movies at the North American box office
    Reuters - 3/26/06

    The top movies at the North American box office

    LOS ANGELES, March 26 (Reuters) - Following are the top 10 movies at the North American box office during the three days beginning March 24, led by new release "Inside Man," according to studio estimates collected on Sunday by Reuters. Final data will be issued on Monday.

    1 (*) Inside Man ............. $29.0 million

    2 (1) V For Vendetta ......... $12.3 million

    3 (*) Stay Alive ............. $11.2 million

    5 (3) The Shaggy Dog ......... $ 9.1 million

    8 (7) Eight Below ............ $ 2.7 million

    TOTALS TO DATE
    Eight Below ........... $ 77.2 million
    The Shaggy Dog ........ $ 47.9 million

    "Stay Alive" was released by Hollywood Pictures, and "The Shaggy Dog" and "Eight Below" by Walt Disney Pictures, both units of Walt Disney Co.
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    Re: The top movies at the North American box office - Reuters 3/26/06

    I am uncertain that they are really happy with that opening of Stay Alive...

    The interesting thing is they brought back Hollywood Pictures for it... Like we wouldn't notice...
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      Re: The top movies at the North American box office - Reuters 3/26/06

      I was proven wrong...


      GAME ON FOR 'STAY ALIVE'

      Reuters 3/26/06

      "Stay Alive" revolves around a group of youngsters who discover that players who lose the titular video game die mysteriously. Three-quarters of the audience was aged 25 and under, said Disney, which had been hoping for an opening in the $7 million to $10 million range. "Stay Alive" marks the first release under Disney's resurrected Hollywood Pictures label, which will focus on genre films.
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