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Box office report: Don't Breathe repeats at No. 1 over quiet holiday weekend

As the summer movie season fades away, domestic box office totals have softened compared to the record-breaking grosses seen earlier in the year, as Don’t Breathe yet again tops a relatively quiet weekend of underperforming newcomers. Still, overall domestic box office totals are up around 5.7 percent from the same frame last year, with 10 of the past 11 weekends having out-paced their 2015 counterparts.

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Don’t Breathe

Summer 2016 has delivered on scares thus far. As director and producer, respectively, James Wan scored a one-two punch with The Conjuring 2 and Lights Out, while The Purge: Election Year continued its parent franchise’s tried-and-true brand of disturbing genre action. Still, we’ve yet to see anything quite like Don’t Breathe.

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Box office preview: Don't Breathe stalks top spot

School is back in session, and studios are crowding theaters with everything they couldn’t fit into the traditional parameters of summer. With four new movies hitting wide release this Friday, audiences have a variety of titles to choose from, including festival favorites (Southside with You) and action-heavy sequels (Mechanic: Resurrection). Horror fans have the chance to make some noise over what is traditionally a quiet weekend as summer fades away, however, as Don’t Breathe could scare up huge numbers by the week’s end.

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Don't Breathe exclusive clip: Making a noise
could be fatal

In the new horror-thriller Don’t Breathe (out Aug. 26) three friends played by Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, and Daniel Zovatto break into the house of wealthy blind man, thinking they’ll get away with the perfect crime. What could go wrong? Well, how about if the trio’s “victim” turns out to be such a badass that the filmmakers had to recruit Stephen Lang from Avatar to play him?

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Jane Levy keeps quiet in exclusive Don't Breathe poster

When the new film from Fede Alvarez, the director of the 2013 Evil Dead remake, premiered at SXSW in Austin on March 11, the festival audience knew next to nothing about it. Now called Don’t Breathe, the movie was originally announced without a title, and the crowd was in for quite a surprise. 

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