Box Office Top 3: Condolences To Those Who Debut On Labor Day Weekend
All movies had an uphill climb this weekend — it was the lowest grossing so far this year.By Ryan Biek | September 4, 2016
Moviegoers are either really brave or have a complex. For yet another week, they're paying good money to be scared.
"Don't Breathe" topped the weekend box office chart for the second week in a row. It's the first horror flick to do so since "Ouija" back in 2014.
"Don't Breathe" earned an estimated $15.7 million in domestic sales over the weekend, with analysts thinking it could earn more than $19 million by the end of Labor Day.