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Kick-Ass1. "How To Train Your Dragon" ($20 million)
2. "Kick-Ass" ($19.8 million)
3. "Date Night" ($17.3 million)
4. "Death at a Funeral" ($17 million)
5. "Clash of the Titans" ($15.8 million)

There's no doubting that "Kick-Ass" is exactly that, but can a bunch of powerless masked crime-fighters stand a chance against some highly trained dragons? That's the question on everybody's mind as the debuting comic book movie slogs through some unexpectedly tough competition in the form of "How To Train Your Dragon," now in its fourth weekend in theaters. Read More...

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Kick-Ass1. "Kick-Ass" ($7.6 million)
2. "Death at a Funeral" ($5.6 million)
3. "Date Night" ($5.5 million)
4. "How to Train Your Dragon" ($4.4 million)
5. "Clash of the Titans" ($4.3 million)

In "Kick-Ass," protagonist David Lizewski proves that anybody can become a superhero, but not every movie can put up superhero numbers, as director Matthew Vaughn's comic book movie debuted this weekend with a somewhat disappointing $7.6 million first place Friday Read More...

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Date Night1. "Date Night" ($27.1 million)
2. "Clash of the Titans" ($26.9 million)
3. "How to Train Your Dragon" ($25.4 million)
4. "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too" ($11 million)
5. "The Last Song" ($10 million)

In its second weekend in theaters, director Louis Leterrier's "Clash of the Titans" experienced a clash of its own in the form of "Date Night," Fox's new romantic comedy starring television titans Steve Carell of "The Office" and Tina Fey of "30 Rock." Read More...

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Date Night1. "Date Night" ($9.3 million)
2. "Clash of the Titans" ($8.5 million)
3. "How to Train Your Dragon" ($7.1 million)
4. "The Last Song" ($3.6 million)
5. "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too" ($3.5 million)

Moviegoers looking for a little bit of weekend romance with their significant others could do much worse than "Date Night," the new romantic comedy starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey — and, as of Friday evening, the current box office champion. Read More...

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Clash of the Titans1. "Clash of the Titans" ($61.4 million)
2. "Why Did I Get Married Too" ($30.2 million)
3. "How To Train Your Dragon" ($29.2 million)
4. "The Last Song" ($16.2 million)
5. "Alice in Wonderland" ($8.3 million)

Sam Worthington and 3-D seem to be a winning combination as "Clash of the Titans" — the actor's latest film and the newest entry into the 3-D marketplace — easily won the weekend box office with $61.4 million. Combined with the tickets sold during midnight showings, the swords-and-sandals epic has earned a domestic total of $64.1 million. Read More...

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Clash of the Titans1. "Clash of the Titans" ($26.4 million)
2. "Why Did I Get Married Too" ($12.3 million)
3. "How To Train Your Dragon" ($11 million)
4. "The Last Song" ($7.1 million)
5. "Hot Tub Time Machine" ($2.9 million)

The gods are surely smiling on director Louis Leterrier's "Clash of the Titans," the new swords-and-sandals epic from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures that took a $26.4 million haul on Friday evening, a total helped by the $4.2 million earned from midnight screenings. Read More...

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1. "How to Train Your Dragon ($43.3 million)
2. "Alice in Wonderland ($17.3 million)
3. "Hot Tub Time Machine ($13.7 million)
4. "The Bounty Hunter ($12.4 million)
5. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid ($10 million)

Moviegoers pledged their 3-D loyalty to "How to Train Your Dragon" over reigning champion "Alice in Wonderland" this weekend, as the DreamWorks animated family film won the top spot at the box office with $43.3 million. Playing in over 4,000 locations with a per theater average of $10,678, the end result for "Dragon" wasn't nearly as satisfying as the studio would have hoped for given the movie's hefty $165 million production budget. Read More...

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Alice in Wonderland1. "Alice in Wonderland" ($34.5 million)
2. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" ($21.8 million)
3. "The Bounty Hunter" ($21 million)
4. "Repo Men" ($6.2 million)
5. "She's Out of My League" ($6 million)

Given the massive success of James Cameron's "Avatar" and now Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland," it's certainly looking like 3-D is the format to beat. For the third weekend in a row, "Alice" scored the top prize at the box office with a $34.5 million haul, just a 45% drop from last weekend's $62.7 intake. As of now, the film is sitting on top of a domestic gold pile worth $265.8 million. Read More...

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Alice in Wonderland1. "Alice in Wonderland" ($9.9 million)
2. "The Bounty Hunter" ($7.7 million)
3. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" ($7.4 million)
4. "Repo Men" ($2.2 million)
5. "She's Out of My League" ($1.9 million)

Moviegoers can't seem to get enough of the confusing world of "Alice in Wonderland," as the 3-D fantasy adventure from Disney and director Tim Burton continued to hold onto first place at the box office going into its third weekend in theaters. "Alice" managed $9.9 million on Friday, bringing the feature's current domestic total to $241.1 million. Read More...

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Alice in Wonderland1. "Alice in Wonderland" ($62 million)
2. "Green Zone" ($14.5 million)
3. "She's Out of My League" ($9.6 million)
4. "Remember Me" ($8.3 million)
5. "Shutter Island" ($8.1 million)

Even with four new wide releases in theaters this weekend, director Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" proved its staying power by claiming the gold medal at this weekend's box office. Suffering a 46.6% drop from last weekend's $116.1 million intake, "Alice" still managed an impressive $62 million stateside result. Combined with foreign box office numbers, "Alice" has made $429.6 million worldwide in just two weeks. Read More...

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