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Zombie-Killing Milla Livens Up the Box-Office


Zombie-Killing Milla Livens Up the Box-Office

If you needed more evidence that hot zombie-fighting women have got what it takes to bring fan-boys to movie theaters, check out the results of this past weekend’s box-office derby. Sony’s Resident Evil: Extinction, the third chapter in the successful film adaptations of the videogames, was the top film nationwide. The action-packed Milla Jovovich vehicle raked in $24 million in 2,828 theaters in the U.S.

Lionsgate’s poorly reviewed Dane Cook and Jessica Alba comedy Good Luck Chuck was the No. 2 pix, with an estimated $14 million, while Jodie Foster’s revenge-killing thriller The Brave One continued to attract wide audiences with $7.4 million, bringing the film’s total b.o. to $25.1 million in its second weekend of release.

Here’s the complete list of the estimated box-office from this past weekend:

1. Resident Evil: Extinction (Sony) $24 million

2. Good Luck Chuck (Lionsgate) $14 million

3. The Brave One (Warner Bros.) $7.4 million

4. 3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate) 6.3 million

5. Eastern Promises (Focus Pictures)

6. Sydney White (Universal) $5.3 million

7. Mr. Woodcock (New Line) $5 million

8. Superbad (Sony) $3.1 million

9. The Bourne Identity (Universal) $3 million

10. Dragon Wars (Freestyle) $2.5 million

Source: Nikki Finke,

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