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'Devil Inside' Tops Box Office with $34.5 Million

'Devil Inside' Tops Box Office with $34.5 Million

Exorcism movie The Devil Inside took the top spot at the box office this weekend, taking in a remarkable $34.5 million domestically.

Also faring well this weekend were Tom Cruise‘s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, with $20.5 million, and Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law‘s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, with $14.1 million.

Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara‘s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo picked up fourth place with $11.4 million.

Variety notes that Tom Hardy‘s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy has been enjoying success in limited release while expanding to more theaters.

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6 Responses to “'Devil Inside' Tops Box Office with $34.5 Million”

  1. 1
    sharyllee Says:

    I will see Sherlock Holmes : a game of shadows again and again. I love it.. <3 Jude!!

  2. 2
    lisa Says:

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is an awesome movie! I plan to see it again next week with another group of friends. It never made number 1, but the movie has ‘legs’ due to people talking!

  3. 3
    Juju Says:

    Paramount is laughing all the way to the bank after the money it made off their garbage film that they bought for next to nothing.
    Anybody that pays to see that crapfest deserves to lose their money. Way to support crappy film-making when quality film is being shown in the screen right next door.

  4. 4
    essie Says:

    i saw dragon tattoo.. i can see why it did’t do well.. i don’t think all that nudity and graphic scenes were necessary… obviously we get the point if a person undresses… it’s also not a movie ppl want to watch around the holidays..

    also i didn’t like how they changed the ending of the lost daughter from the book…

  5. 5
    Heather Says:

    Makes me sick people pay to see this kind of stuff.

  6. 6
    Maja Says:

    Tattoo is a great film and deserves success. Seems it will get some Awards love also. Much better then the swedish version and – BTW – the graphic scenes are necessary to not water it down. Its stupid to have a problem with that. This sort of thing happens, you know…unfortunately…

    Rooney Mara is much closer to the Lisbeth in the books and Daniel Craigs Mikael is so well done…

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