Tyler Perry’s “I Can Do Bad All By Myself” came out with a helluva weekend, to the tune of $24 million, while sexy horror flick “Sorority Row” had a disappointing sixth place showing, raking in $5.5 million, losing to “The Final Destination,” which has been around for about a month.

“Gamer,” the futuristic action title that’s not expected to be critically-acclaimed, debuted 10th with $3.1 million in revenue.

Here are the top films for this past weekend:

1. Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself: $24,030,000
2. 9: $10,856,484
3. Inglourious Basterds: $6,546,000
4. All About Steve: $5,800,000
5. The Final Destination: $5,500,000
6. Sorority Row: $5,268,000
7. Whiteout: $5,100,000
8. District 9: $3,600,000
9. Julie & Julia: $3,300,000
10. Gamer: $3,150,000
11. GI Joe: $2,525,000
12. The Time Traveler’s Wife: $2,325,000

Source: Rentrak Corporation

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