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Dinner for Schmucks1. "Dinner for Schmucks" ($8.4 million)
2. "Inception" ($8.2 million)
3. "Salt" ($5.9 million)
4. "Charlie St. Cloud" ($5.6 million)
5. "Despicable Me" ($4.7 million)

Pulling off inception is no easy task — just ask Leonardo DiCaprio's Dom Cobb, one of few extractors capable of planting ideas rather than simply taking them — so it comes as a bit of a surprise that "Inception" was just bested by a bunch of "Schmucks." Read More...

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Inception1. "Inception" ($43.5 million)
2. "Salt" ($36.5 million)
3. "Despicable Me" ($24.1 million)
4. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" ($9.7 million)
5. "Toy Story 3" ($9 million)

Not a dream, not make believe — the success of "Inception" is very real. Christopher Nolan's surrealist action thriller once again topped the box office charts for its second weekend in a row, stealing thunder from newly arrived rival action film "Salt." Read More...

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Salt1. "Inception" ($13.2 million)
2. "Salt" ($12.7 million)
3. "Despicable Me" ($7.3 million)
4. "Ramona and Beezus" ($3 million)
5. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" ($2.95 million)

Christopher Nolan's "Inception" continues to dream big as the latest Warner Bros. blockbuster once again topped the box office charts on Friday. Indeed, the Leonardo DiCaprio-starring action thriller proved to be too much to handle for Angelina Jolie's "Salt." Read More...

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1. "Inception" ($60.4 million)
2. "Despicable Me" ($32.7 million)
3. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" ($17.4 million)
4. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($13.5 million)
5. "Toy Story 3" ($11.7 million)

The mind is the scene of the crime, and judging by the weekend's box office results, many of you were witnesses as Christopher Nolan's "Inception" arrived in theaters this weekend with enough fanfare to score an easy first place finish ahead of it's competitors. Read More...

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Inception1. "Inception" ($21.3 million)
2. "Despicable Me" ($10 million)
3. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" ($5.4 million)
4. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($4.5 million)
5. "Toy Story 3" ($3.5 million)

It would seem that the dream is very real, as Christopher Nolan's "Inception" is not only a critical success, it's well on its way to becoming a commercial one as well. The Leonardo DiCaprio-starring science fiction movie easily won first place on Friday, surpassing every other competitor by at least $10 million. Read More...

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Despicable Me1. "Despicable Me" ($60.1 million)
2. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($33.4 million)
3. "Predators" ($25.3 million)
4. "Toy Story 3" ($22 million)
5. "The Last Airbender" ($17.2 million)

"The Dark Knight" and the "Iron Man" franchise have established that superheroes are back in business when it comes to box office success — but don't be so foolish as to discount the supervillains, as bad guy centric family film "Despicable Me" easily won first place this weekend, nearly doubling the total of its closest competitor, "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse." Read More...

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Predators1. "Despicable Me" ($21.7 million)
2. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($11 million)
3. "Predators" ($10.5 million)
4. "Toy Story 3" ($6.7 million)
5. "The Last Airbender" ($5.2 million)

Repelling name aside, it seems that moviegoers are more than happy to embrace "Despicable Me," Universal's 3-D animated family film that easily took first place this weekend over producer Robert Rodriguez and director Nimrod Antal's incoming "Predators." Read More...

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Eclipse1. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($82.5 million)
2. "The Last Airbender" ($53.3 million)
3. "Toy Story 3" ($42.2 million)
4. "Grown Ups" ($25.9 million)
5. "Knight and Day" ($13.8 million)

With the Fourth of July weekend officially at an end, the final numbers for this weekend's box office performances are in — and while "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" managed to beat the martial arts-savvy "The Last Airbender," it failed to match its own predecessor's success. Read More...

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Eclipse1. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($69 million)
2. "The Last Airbender" ($40.7 million)
3. "Toy Story 3" ($30.2 million)
4. "Grown Ups" ($18.5 million)
5. "Knight and Day" ($10.2 million)

The Fourth of July is in full effect with families across the country grilling feasts and watching fireworks, but it seems that many Americans are headed to movie theaters, as this weekend proved a very lucrative one for multiple films including new releases "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" and "The Last Airbender." Read More...

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Eclipse1. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" ($28.6 million)
2. "The Last Airbender" ($16 million)
3. "Toy Story 3" ($10.4 million)
4. "Grown Ups" ($7 million)
5. "Knight and Day" ($3.4 million)

What better way to kick off a Fourth of July weekend than a showdown between vampires, werewolves and super-powered martial artists? The holiday weekend kicked off in earnest on Friday as "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" easily took first place, with "The Last Airbender" following closely behind. Read More...

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