The sly and ingeniously wicked movie tells the story of the brother and sister team seeking to avenge their parents' deaths. But after a lifetime of hunting witches, Hansel and Gretel now must face an evil greater than anything they've seen: a terrifying new threat so massive, it could destroy the world as we know it.
One part Hanna, one part Game of Thrones, this pulse-pounding Norwegian thriller from the director of the Cold Prey trilogy makes its U.S. debut this May starring Ingrid Bolso Berdal and Kristin Espedal.
TW LW Title Studio Gross($Mill)
1 * A Good Day to Die Hard 20th Century Fox Distribution $25,000,000 $33.2M
2 1 Identity Thief Universal Pictures $23,436,825 $70.7M
3 * Safe Haven Relativity Media $21,430,000 $30.3M
4 * Escape From Planet Earth The Weinstein Company $16,066,000 $16.1M 1 3288 5 2 Warm Bodies Summit Entertainment, LLC $9,000,000 $50.2M
6 * Beautiful Creatures Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution $7,460,000 $10.0M
7 3 Side Effects Open Road Films $6,307,000 $19.1M
8 4 Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Company $6,088,000 $98.5M
9 5 Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters Paramount Pictures $3,470,000 $49.7M
10 7 Zero Dark Thirty Sony Pictures Releasing $3,100,000 $88.0M
Woodenhead is a dark, trippy alt-fairy tale shot in a very unorthodox manner, one that's comic, tragic, sexual and frightening. And then there's the music. The movie itself would be an easy recommendation for fans of the weird, but to make this a no-brainer this 2-disc set also includes a soundtrack CD.