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Weekend Box Office

'Vampires' Opens on Top; 'Antz' Sets Mark

November 03, 1998|ROBERT W. WELKOS

In keeping with the season, "John Carpenter's Vampires" pulled in $9.1 million to debut at No. 1.

"Antz" became the highest-grossing non-Disney animated film with $67.8 million, beating out "Beavis and Butt-head Do America" ($63 million).

"American History X" took in $156,076 in limited release.

Weekend Box Office

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Three-day gross/ Screens/ Weeks in Movie (Studio) Total (millions) Average Release 1. "John Carpenter's Vampires" $9.1 1,793 1 (Sony/Columbia) $9.1 $5,079 2. "Pleasantville" $6.9 1,761 2 (New Line) $18.3 $3,907 3. "Practical Magic" $5.4 2,642 3 (Warner Bros.) $33.7 $2,026 4. "Antz" $4.5 2,929 5 (DreamWorks) $67.8 $1,540 5. "Bride of Chucky" $4.0 2,467 3 (Universal) $26.8 $1,635 6. "Rush Hour" $3.8 2,402 7 (New Line) $122.4 $1,582 7. "Soldier" $2.8 2,501 2 (Warner Bros.) $11.2 $1,129 8. "Beloved" $2.7 1,571 3 (Disney/Touchstone) $18.7 $1,691 9. "What Dreams May Come" $2.3 2,080 5 (PolyGram) $50.5 $1,099 10. "Apt Pupil" $1.7 1,448 2 (Sony/TriStar) $6.5 $1,194 * "American History X" $156,076 17 1 (New Line) $185,816 $9,181

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SOURCE: Exhibitor Relations Co.

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