3 February 2013 12:20 PM, PST | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

The big Sunday Football showdown between The San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, combined with a tired selection of films, brought this weekend's North American box office down a steep 26% from last year's totals. The one bright spot on the charts, Summit's well-received zombie comedy Warm Bodies, had no issues taking over the number one position in its debut from last week's winner, Paramount's 3D flick Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. The other wide release of the week,the delayed Warner action flick Bullet to the Head, was a non-starter in sixth place.

Tapping into the same teen demographic that helped fuel last year's Chronicle to a number one opening during Superbowl weekend, Summit launched its teen zombie romantic comedy Warm Bodies in 3,009 theaters to earn a solid $20 million in its first three days. Critics liked the Jonathan Levine (50/50) directed feature (read our Warm Bodies review), which was »

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