“Scream 4” with Courteney Cox and Neve Campbell in Woodsboro and Wes Craven again directing, took 2.06 million pounds on its opening weekend, according to Screen International on Tuesday.
The animated macaws of “Rio” were down to second place, with newcomer “Your Highness” coming in at three with a tale of distressed damsels and useless knights.
Amanda Seyfried in the movie version of “Red Riding Hood” came in at four, just above animated bunny movie “Hop” which was down one place at five.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan fell to six from two with their action thriller “Source Code” while former chart-toppers, Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro in the story of a writer with superhuman powers, “Limitless,” were down four places at seven.
“Winnie The Pooh” came in at eight, while “Sucker Punch,” with Emily Browning as a young girl using her imagination to escape from a mental home, was down four spots at nine, just above newcomer “Little White Lies” at 10.