(LOS ANGELES) -- Prisoners topped the box office in its debut weekend, bringing in $21.43 million.
The R-rated film chronicles a man's journey when his six-year-old daughter goes missing. The kidnapping drama stars Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Viola Davis.
Insidious: Chapter 2 dropped down to second place at the box office, earning $14.5 million in its second weekend.
In third place was Robert De Niro's The Family with $7 million.
These are the top ten films from the weekend box office according to hollywood.com:
1. Prisoners: $21.43M
2. Insidious: Chapter 2: $14.5M
3. The Family: $7.0M
4. Instructions Not Included: $5.7M
5. Battle of the Year: $5.0M
6. We're the Millers: $4.67M
7. Lee Daniels' The Butler: $4.3M
8. Riddick: $3.67M
9. Wizard of Oz in 3D/IMAX: $3.022M
10. Planes: $2.86M
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