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It wasn’t even close. Against a handful of holdovers and one weak new release, Summit Entertainment’s Warm Bodies walked off with this year’s Super Bowl box office prize. From 3,009 locations, the zombie comedy earned an estimated $20 million – more than twice the total of the number two title. Bullet to the Head, the frame’s only other wide release, took in just $4.5 million from 2,404 locations for a sixth place finish.  Title Weekend Total 1.  Warm Bodies $20,025,000 $20 2.  Hansel & Gretel $9,210,000 $34.4 3.  Silver Linings Playbook $8,113,000 $80.3 4.  Mama $6,730,000 $58.2 5.  Zero Dark Thirty $5,300,000 $77.7 6.  Bullet to the Head $4,500,000 $4.5 7.  Parker $3,215,000 $12.4 8.  Django Unchained $3,039,000 $150.9 9.  Lincoln $2,412,000 $170.7 10.  Les Miserables $2,400,000 $141.4 One year ago, two movies opened above $20 million on Super Bowl weekend: The Woman in Black and Chronicle. Both films targeted a young audience (women, especially) and both went on to earn over $50 million in the Us. In fact, over the past five years, most of Super Bowl weekend’s biggest success stories have »

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