"Stoker," Park Chan-wook's Hollywood directorial debut, is enjoying growing popularity in the United States as the number of theaters screening the film increased to 94 as of last weekend, according to Box Office Mojo on Monday.
The movie opened in seven locations in its first week before increasing to 17 in the second week and 77 in the third.
With steady ticket sales, the film has made a gross profit of US$647,000 so far, including $266,000 from last weekend.
"Stoker," a psychological thriller starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode and Nicole Kidman, is based on a script written by "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller.
It revolves around a girl who goes to live with her mother after her father dies on her 18th birthday and an uncle she never knew existed suddenly turns up.