Vampire thriller ‘Abigail’ takes largest bite in quiet box office weekend

In its theatrical premiere, the horror movie brought in $4 million in revenue, as reported by IMDB's Box Office Mojo.  

According to Variety, there are already plans for a follow-up to the Gloria Holden-led reboot of "Dracula's Daughter,"  

" a story where the Count's daughter attempts—but is unable—to overcome her vampire tendencies.  

Guy Ritchie's "The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare," which made $3.7 million in sales upon its release, came in second.  

According to The Post, the director of the fictitious World War II movie "chooses fun over facts."  

"Civil War," which ranked top just a week prior, now has $3.3 million less than it did.  

The $50 million picture centers on a group of journalists with ties to the military who are pressed for time to get to Washington,  

D.C. before rebel forces storm the White House.  

Pink posts a video of a heart on a cloud to remember her late father.