‘Warm Bodies’ scored the top spot in theaters on a slow Super Bowl weekend at the box office.
The romantic comedy about a zombie earned nearly $20 million, easily chewing up the competition.
The other nationwide release, ‘Bullet to the Head,’ bombed big time. The action film starring Sylvester Stallone finished sixth, opening with $4.5 million.
Horror fantasy ‘Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters’ ($9.4M) fell from first to second in its second week.
Oscar-nominated romantic dramedy ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ ($7.7M) continued to show staying power, climbing from fourth to third in its 12th week.
Horror movie ‘Mama’ ($6.5M) dropped from second to fourth in its third week.
Oscar-nominated CIA thriller ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ ($5.1M) slipped two notches to fifth in its seventh week.
Action film ‘Parker’ ($3.3M) starring Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez dipped two spots to seventh in its second week.
Quentin Tarantino’s 'Django Unchained’ ($3M) also slid two spots to finish eighth in its sixth week.
Musical ‘Les Miserables’ ($2.4M) held steady at No. 9 in its sixth week.
Historical drama ‘Lincoln’ ($2.4M) rounded out the top 10 in its 13th week.
Crime comedy ‘Stand Up Guys’ ($1.4M) starring Al Pacino and Christopher Walken opened in 18th place in limited release.