Freddy lives: New Nightmare is No. 1

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Dec 14, 2012, 4:31 PM EST

The remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street came in first place at the April 30 weekend box office, with an estimated $32.2 million domestically.

Considering that the movie cost only about $30 million to make, it's on its way to profitability, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Iron Man 2 doesn't open in North America until next Friday, but overseas it took in a whopping $100.2 million in 53 foreign markets, the Associated Press reported. Iron Man 2 brought in $12.2 million in Great Britain, $10.8 million in South Korea, $8.8 million in Australia and $8.2 million in France.

The family comedy film Furry Vengeance, meanwhile, bombed with just $6.5 million.

The previous weekend's top movie, How to Train Your Dragon, slipped to second place with $10.8 million, raising its total domestically to $192.4 million.

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