Disneys 3-D film offering of the hot HANNAH MONTANA/MILEY CYRUS: BEST OF BOTH WORLDS CONCERT TOUR played to a record-breaking $31.1M for a Super Bowl weekend for the period ended Feb. 3, 2008. The BEST OF BOTH WORLDS concert film did so well, in fact, that Disney has extended its theatrical run. Debuting in second place, meanwhile, was Lionsgates THE EYE (with vfx from Asylum) with $12.4M. Holding third was Foxs 27 DRESSES with $8.5M for a cume of $57.2M. Foxs MEET THE SPARTANS followed in fourth with $7.3M for a tally of $28.5M. Lionsgates RAMBO finished fifth with $7.1M and for a cume of $29.9M. Sixth place belonged to Foxs JUNO with $7M and $109.8M. Warner Bros. THE BUCKET LIST settled for seventh with $6.7M and $67.5M. Screen Gems UNTRACEABLE dropped to eighth with $5M and $19.1M. Paramounts CLOVERFIELD (with vfx from Double Negative and Tippett Studio) slid to ninth with $4.8M for a cume of $71.9M. And 10th belonged to Paramount Vantages Oscar-contending THERE WILL BE BLOOD (with vfx from ILM) with $4.6M and a total of $21M.
On the animation front, Universals VeggieTales movie, THE PIRATES WHO DONT DO ANYTHING, added $625,655 to run its total to $11.2M, while Sony Pictures Classics Oscar-contending PERSEPOLIS added $342,344 and raising its total to $1.8M. Box office information obtained from boxofficemojo.com.