‘Ring Two’ scares up big box office

More than doubling the original’s opening, DreamWorks’ “The Ring Two” raked in $36 million from 3,332 locations this weekend, the second $36 million opening of March. Meanwhile, the other big opener of the month, 20th Century Fox’s “Robots,” held well, grossing $21.8 million in its second week, down 39% from its opening.

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