Box office: Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal's 'Prisoners' leads Friday

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As Hollywood's theatrical releases shift from summer blockbusters to fall awards season contenders, the box office isn't booming with big ticket films. But Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal made a solid outing with their thriller "Prisoners," which bowed to a decent $7 million opening day.

"Prisoners" was the only new movie to make a splash this weekend. Trailing behind it were previous carryovers "Insidious: Chapter 2" and "The Family," while the new dance flick "Battle of the Year" made a measly $1.5 million. "The Wizard of Oz's" 3D and IMAX rerelease also didn't lead to big box office numbers, only bringing in $544,000.

Here are the full Top 10 list:

1. "Prisoners," $7,010,000
2. "Insidious: Chapter 2," $4,675,000
3. "The Family," $2,090,000
4. "Battle of the Year," $1,500,000
5. "We're The Millers," $1,360,000
6. "Instructions Not Included," $1,360,000
7. "Lee Daniels' The Butler," $1,164,000
8. "Riddick" $1,000,000
9. "The Wizard of Oz" 3D/IMAX, "$751,000
10. "Planes," $544,000

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