Carrie Falls to Gravity

And literally no one went to see the WikiLeaks movie
By Polly Davis Doig,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 20, 2013 12:02 PM CDT
Carrie Falls to Gravity
Chloe Moretz in a scene from the horror film, "Carrie."   (AP Photo/Sony Pictures)

Gravity scared off Carrie this weekend, pulling off its third box-office win in a row with a hefty $31 million take, reports the Los Angeles Times. Both films were expected to fetch around $30 million, but the Stephen King classic fell far short, with $17 million and the No. 3 spot. Tom Hanks' Captain Phillips held on at No. 2 with $17.3 million, adds the AP. The week's other newcomers flopped, with Escape Plan taking in $9.8 million, and Julian Assange's favorite whipping boy, The Fifth Estate, garnering a truly wretched $1.7 million. (Read more Carrie stories.)

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