A Nightmare on Elm StreetOne, two, Freddy's coming for you ... Three, four, selling tickets galore ...

The rebooted 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' scared up the most in ticket sales this weekend, debuting with an estimated $32.2 million to slash its way to an uncontested box office victory. Despite lukewarm reviews, the horror update was far and away the favorite of moviegoers, earning an average of $9,665 per screen.

The weekend's other wide release newcomer, critter comedy 'Furry Vengeance,' could barely muster up an estimated $6.5 million (just $2,169 per screen), for a fifth-place opening. A Nightmare on Elm StreetOne, two, Freddy's coming for you... Three, four, selling tickets galore...

The rebooted 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' scared up the most in ticket sales this weekend, debuting with an estimated $32.2 million to slash its way to an uncontested box office victory. Despite lukewarm reviews, the horror update was far and away the favorite of moviegoers, earning an average of $9,665 per screen.

The weekend's other wide release newcomer, critter comedy 'Furry Vengeance,' could barely muster up an estimated $6.5 million (just $2,169 per screen), for a fifth-place opening.

The raccoons and skunks of 'Furry' were no match for the fire-breathers of 'How to Train Your Dragon,' still the family film of choice, even after six weeks in theaters. Last week's top movie, 'Dragon' slid to No. 2 and earned another $10.8 million ($3,160 per screen), for a total to date of $192.4 million.

Similarly, when it came to couples' comedies, four-week-old 'Date Night' remained the top pick, while last week's 'The Back-Up Plan' was, well, the back-up plan. 'Date Night' held the No. 3 slot with $7.6 million ($2,457 per screen), for a total of $76.3 million so far. 'Back-Up' dropped from second to fourth place, taking in $7.2 million ($2,207 per screen) for a two-week total of $23.0 million.

Freddy Krueger aside, this was a dismal weekend at the multiplex, on a par with last weekend's poor performance. Guess everyone is saving up their money for the kick-off of the summer season next weekend with the release of 'Iron Man 2.'

The full Top 10:

1. 'A Nightmare on Elm Street,' $32.2 million (3.332 screens), new release
2. 'How to Train Your Dragon,' $10.8 million (3,426), $192.4 million total
3. 'Date Night,' $7.6 million (3,093), $76.3 million
4. 'The Back-Up Plan,' $7.2 million (3,280), $23.0 million
5. 'Furry Vengeance,' $6.5 million (2,997), new release
6. 'The Losers,' $6.0 million (2,936), $18.1 million
7. 'Clash of the Titans,' $5.98 million (2,737), $154.0 million
8. 'Kick-Ass,' $4.5 million (2,542), $42.2 million
9. 'Death at a Funeral,' $4.0 million (2,271), $34.8 million
10. 'Oceans,' $2.6 million (1,210), $13.5 million