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Halloween Makes Unseasonal Debut, and Breaks Labor Day Record

September 3rd, 2007

Opening Halloween at the beginning of September wasn't such a bad move after all. The horror flick beat expectations to earn a record $26.5 million over the 3-day portion of the Labor Day weekend, and $31 million over four days, according to studio estimates released on Monday. That left the rest of the movie field in the dust, although Superbad earned a respectable $12.5 million Friday-Sunday and $15.6 million over the four day holiday weekend, and Balls of Fury made a decent start with $11.3 million (3-day)/$13.8 million (4-day).

- Weekend Estimates

Filed under: Superbad, Halloween, Balls of Fury