Maybe this is will convince Rob to leave the Halloween series alone. It came in 3rd place, the twice as stupid, The Final Destination hit number 1, with Inglourious Basterds holding on in 2nd place.
Warner Bros. and New Line's "The Final Destination" in 3-D was the destination of choice at the weekend box office, easily beating the Weinstein Co.'s "Halloween II" in grossing $28.3 million from 3,121 runs on the strength of the upcharge for a 3-D ticket.I saw both failed Horror flicks in earlier screenings and I realized that Horror is in a State of Emergency.
"Halloween" grossed $17.4 million from 3,025 theaters to come in No. 3, behind "Destination" and the Weinstein Co.'s own "Inglourious Basterds," which held well and placed No. 2 in its second sesh.