"Wild Things" Claws in at No. 1
Film version of the classic children's book takes in $32.5M
"Where the Wild Things Are" No.1 is the box office this weekend.
Updated at 3:15 PM EST on Sunday, Oct 18, 2009
The Wild Things led the box office debuted with $32.5 million this weekend.
“Where the Wild Things Are,” Maurice Sendak's children's book classic, was brought to the silverscreen in a live-action adaptation by Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers.
The runner-ups were Jamie Foxx and Gerard Bulter’s thriller “Law Abiding Citizen" with $21.3 million and the surprisingly the low-budget horror film “Paranormal Activity” at No. 3 with $20.2 million.