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Weekend Box Office: The Final Destination Is Still The Place To Be

Sep. 6 2009, Published 7:11 a.m. ET

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This is turning out to be one of the worst Labor Day weekends in recent years at the box office, but that turned out to be good news for The Final Destination.  The numbers are in for Saturday and Sunday, and the horror flick held on to its number one spot from last weekend, even though it pulled it just $12,435,000 in ticket sales.

The Sandra Bullock-Bradley Cooper mess, All About Steve, which many reviewers are calling the worst movie of the year, came in second with $11,200,000.

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Brad Pitt's Inglorious Basterds came in third with an estimated $10,847,000 in ticket sales.  The new Gerard Butler flick, Gamer, was fourth with $9,000,000.  District9 came in fifth, dropping to just $7,000,000.

The rest of the top 10: Halloween II, $5,608,000; Julie & Julia, $5,200,000; G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, $5,100,000; The Time Traveler's Wife, $4,125,000; Extract, $4,187,000.



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