Final Destination and Inglourious Basterds took spots No. 1 and No. 2 as the long Labor Day weekend closed out a record-breaking summer at the box office, Variety reported.
Destination grossed $15.4 million for the four-day holiday weekend, bringing the picture's total to $50.6 million in its first 10 days. Overseas, the film's cumulative take through Sunday was $31.1 million, for a worldwide total of $81.7 million.
Inglourious Basterds grossed $15.1 million for the four days, with a cumulative through Monday of $95.2 million, making it Quentin Tarantino's second top domestic grosser after Pulp Fiction. The picture's international gross through Sunday was $83.3 million, for a global haul of $178.2 million.
Basterds was the top picture on Sunday at the domestic box office.
The Sandra Bullock/Bradley Cooper comedy All About Steve placed No. 3, grossing $13.9 million, while Gerard Butler's Gamer grossed $11.2 million in its debut.
The new Mike Judge comedy Extract had a tougher time, placing No. 10, grossing $5.3 million.