Stallone's 'Expendables' still on top at box office
"Vampires Suck," which opened on Aug. 18, took econd place. The movie parodies the "Twilight" vampire series and had sales of $12.2 million for Fox, said Hollywood.com Box-Office.
"Eat Pray Love," starring Julia Roberts, came in third, down one spot from last week, with $12 million in sales for Sony. "Lottery Ticket" was fourth with $11.1 million for Warner Bros.
"The Other Guys," with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, fell to fifth place from third with $10.1 million for Sony. "Piranha 3-D" was sixth and "Nanny McPhee Returns" came in seventh.
Weekend sales for the top 12 films fell 2.38 percent to $108.9 million from $111.6 million a year earlier, Hollywood.com said. Year-to-date receipts are $7.35 billion, up 4.3 percent from $7.05 billion. Attendance is down 1.26 percent this year.