What does it say about the fate of today's box office when a film 80 years old can be re-released and make the Top Ten. that's exactly what "The Wizard of Oz" did. Warner Brothers re-released the film in 3D and IMAX and it garnered $3 million over the weekend to propel it into ninth spot. Lions, tigers and bears, indeed!
Opening strong again for Warners is "Prisoners". The Hugh Jackman, Hitchcock like thriller captured the number one spot with a $21 million haul.
"Insidious Chapter 2", and "The Family" stayed comfortably in the Top Ten, while stalwarts "We're the Millers" and "Planes" continued to pull in impressive numbers.
Check the list photos for a complete look at the Top Ten. Providing competition in this Friday's releases will be "Don Jon", which marks Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut; "Rush", the Ron Howard film that is receiving massive studio push; and "Enough Said" which earned the BFCA movie of the week nod.