More than doubling its theater count to 53, Get Low was up 72 percent to $376,781, ranking 19th on the overall weekend chart. The Robert Duvall-Bill Murray comedy had a decent $7,109 per theater average and has thus far made $826,013.
The Girl Who Played with Fire may have been knocked down a notch, but it still held well, off just 23 percent to $365,484 at 166 locations. Through its sixth weekend, the sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has earned $5.2 million.
Peepli Live finished in third place among limited releases, debuting to $350,054 at 64 locations. This was on the lower end for Bollywood movies this summer, trailing Kites, Raajneeti, Raavan and I Hate Luv Storys.
Sundance hit Winter's Bone continued its solid run, down 24 percent to $225,954 at 135 locations. Through its tenth weekend, the drama has racked up $4.9 million. I Am Love rounded out the Top Five, dipping 30 percent to $139,904 at 102 theaters for a total of $4.2 million.
A few other new releases found spots further down the chart. Crime drama Animal Kingdom, which won the Dramatic World Cinema Award at Sundance, opened to $61,968 at seven locations for a so-so per theater average of $8,853. Another foreign crime drama, La Soga, launched to $52,554 at 11 venues. Tales from Earthsea, directed by Hayao Miyazaki's son Goro, made just $20,614 at five locations. The anime movie opened in most regions back in 2006 and 2007 and has amassed over $68 million overseas. Finally, Palestinian drama Salt of this Sea and documentary Neshoba: The Price of Freedom each had single-location starts and grossed $4,973 and $4,645, respectively.