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Strong openings for "The Mexican" and "See Spot Run" sent "Hannibal" south of the box office border after three weeks in first place. DreamWorks' R-rated drama "The Mexican" kicked off to a record-setting estimated $20.3 million at 2,951 theaters ($6,879 per theater). Its powerful box office punch proved audiences cared more about Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts' superstar luster than the film's lackluster reviews. "The Mexican" had the highest per-theater average for any film playing in wide releas
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 23, 2001 -- "Hannibal" continued to do killer box office business, finishing first for the third straight weekend. The R-rated thriller from MGM and Universal in association with Dino De Laurentiis held on to the top spot in its third week with a still-tasty estimated $15.8 million (-47%) at 3,292 theaters (+54 theaters; $4,800 per theater). Its cume is approximately $128.5 million. "Hannibal" had the highest per-theater average for any film playing in wide release last weekend.
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