So Devil came out, and while it wasn't directed by M. Night Shyamalan (Quarantine's John Erick Dowdle had that honor), it was his story idea, and it's part of his "Night Chronicles" series of horror movies. And while, overall, it wasn't a bad little horror flick (really little, like 80 minutes little), it did have a lot of Shyamalan-specific details that really identified him as the driving force behind the film and threatened to derail the whole proceedings.
If you 've ever wondered why so much of the world hates America, we now have an answer: Beverly Hills Chihuahua held tight to its number 1 position at the box office for a second weekend in a row, despite four new movies opening in wide release. It brought in $17.5 million for a $52.5 million total after two weeks. I wanted to take solace in the fact that it opened on a lot of screens (3,218), so it 's per-screen take might not be as great as some other movies. But only one movie in the top 10 has a higher per-screen take than Chihuahua 's $5,442 per screen.