May 03, 2010 02:08 PM EST
New Line's Nightmare Slashes It's Way To The Top
"A Nightmare On Elm Street" came away this weekend with top billing at the box office. The film grossed an estimated $32.2 million on nearly 4,700 screens. The film was also the highest grossing horror film for midnight screenings.
Coming in second place was "How To Train Your Dragon" earning $10.8 million, "Date night" was in third with $7.6 million, "The Back Up Plan" was in fourth with $7.2 million, and in fifth was "Furry Vengeance" earning $6.5 million.
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