Pixar will earn yet another number one debut this weekend.
Their latest effort, Brave, topped the box office on Friday with an estimated $24.5 million — far above the rest of the competition. While the result is a touch behind Cars 2′s first day of $25.7 million (on the way to a $66.1 million debut), since Brave is not a sequel, it will likely hold up a bit better over the rest of the weekend. The Scottish adventure will reach the box office highlands with about $67 million this weekend.
In second place, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter got off to an unremarkable start, chopping up $6.3 million on Friday. »
- Grady Smith
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