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December 2nd, 2003

Cat On A Hot Tin Mansion

 

In a very close weekend box office race, The Cat In The Hat took first place again with 24.4 million, just edging out Eddie Murphy's latest kiddie film The Haunted Mansion which took in 24.2 million. Still, the news was great again for Elf with 21.6 million - going up from last weekend. It seems Will Ferrell's hit will be the true champ of the family films this season.

Going down to fourth place was Gothika which made another 12.8 million while the mean holiday comedy Bad Santa took in a strong 12.2 million - and has made about 17 million since last Wednesday. The news was still decent for Master and Commander: The Far Side Of The World which pulled in another 12 million over the weekend and has made nearly 70 million dollars.

Ron Howard's directorial follow-up to "A Beautiful Mind," The Missing, had a decent start with 10 million and has made 15 million since last Wednesday. The news was pretty bad for Timeline which had awful reviews and with a meager 8.4 million for the weekend, it means it's another bomb for Paramount this year (apparently it cost 80 million to make). Rounding out the top was Love Actually with 8.2 million and Disney's Brother Bear with 4.8 million.

Can Tom Cruise slash the competition next weekend? Stay tuned DVD fans!

 

-Zach B.