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"Titans" stomps on competition for 3rd box office win

2010/04/18 | 668 views | Permalink | Source

Hollywood blockbuster "Clash of the Titans" cleared out all competition over the weekend, placing on top of the local box office once again to take its third consecutive win.

Estimates by the Korean Box Office System (KOBIS) released on Monday revealed that "Titans" sold 253,072 tickets during the weekend of April 16 to 18 to remain the most-watched movie in the country.

"Titans", starring famed actors Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes, is about the story of the fight between man and the gods set in the Greek city of Argos.

Newly released Korean thriller "Bestseller", starring Uhm Jung-hwa, bowed into the box office in No. 2 with 201,758 viewers, which pushed back murder comedy tentatively titled "Happy Killers" to third place with 112,190 admits.

Meanwhile, Denzel Washington's new action thriller "The Book of Eli" and Sandra Bullock's drama "The Blind Side" successfully entered into the box office in fourth and fifth place with 95,808 and 73,492 admissions each.

Other movies in the top 10 were "Revolver Gangsters' Gang", "The Bounty Hunter", "The Crazies", "Leap Year" and "A Little Pond".

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@

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