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Alice in Wonderland1. "Alice in Wonderland" ($17.4 million)
2. "Green Zone" ($5 million)
3. "Remember Me" ($3.6 million)
4. "She's Out of My League" ($3.3 million)
5. "Our Family Wedding" ($2.5 million)

Moviegoers proved that there's still plenty of wonder to be had within the 3-D world of Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland." The Disney fantasy film took a decisive $17.4 million first place finish on Friday, bringing the worldwide total to $258 million thus far. The weekend is still young, but it'll take quite a bit of effort to dethrone "Alice" for its second week in a row. Read More...

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Alice in Wonderland1. "Alice in Wonderland" ($116.3 million)
2. "Brooklyn's Finest" $13.5 million)
3. "Shutter Island" ($13.3 million)
4. "Cop Out" ($9.1 million)
5. Avatar" ($7.7 million)

The vast majority of moviegoers traveled through the looking glass and into theaters to see "Alice in Wonderland" this weekend, Disney and director Tim Burton's 3-D exploration of the classic Lewis Carroll tale that debuted at the box office with a decisive first place finish. Read More...

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Alice in Wonderland1. "Alice in Wonderland" ($41 million)
2. "Brooklyn's Finest" $4.7 million)
3. "Shutter Island" ($4 million)
4. "Cop Out" ($2.8 million)
5. The Crazies" ($2.3 million)

Moviegoers opted to take a trip down the rabbit hole in a very big way on Friday, as director Tim Burton's unique version of "Alice in Wonderland" claimed the top spot at the box office with an impressive $41 million haul. Read More...

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Shutter Island1. "Shutter Island" ($22.2 million)
2. "Cop Out" ($18.6 million)
3. "The Crazies" ($16.5 million)
4. "Avatar" ($14 million)
5. "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" ($9.8 million)

The ghosts of "Shutter Island" continued to haunt the box office this weekend with another first place finish. Having already won the top spot last weekend and on Friday, director Martin Scorsese and star Leonardo DiCaprio's most recent collaboration remained in front of the pack by Sunday's conclusion with $22.2 million. With a domestic gross of $75 million and a foreign intake of $4.6 million after two weeks in theaters, Paramount's latest thriller is a stone's throw away from earning back its $80 million production budget. Read More...

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DESC1. "Shutter Island" ($6.7 million)
2. "Cop Out" ($5.975 million)
3. "The Crazies" ($5.97 million)
4. "Avatar" ($3.1 million)
5. "Valentine's Day" ($2.9 million)

Friday initiated a relatively quiet start to the weekend as director Martin Scorsese and star Leonardo DiCaprio's "Shutter Island" continued its first place lead at the box office with $6.7 million. With Friday's intake, Paramount's latest thriller now boasts a cumulative total of $59.5 million from domestic ticket sales and an additional $4.6 million at the foreign box office. It's likely that "Shutter Island" will recoup its production budget of $80 million by the weekend's conclusion. Read More...

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DESC1. "Shutter Island" ($40.2 million)
2. "Valentine's Day" ($17.2 million)
3. "Avatar" ($16.1 million)
4. "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" ($15.3 million)
5. "The Wolfman" ($9.8 million)

This weekend, the romance of "Valentine's Day" succumbed to the horror of "Shutter Island," Paramount's newest thriller from director Martin Scorsese and star Leonardo DiCaprio. "Shutter Island" easily took the box office's first place prize with a $40.2 million haul, but DiCaprio and Scorsese didn't just top the other box office competitors — they also topped themselves. Read More...

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DESC1. "Valentine's Day" ($52.4 million)
2. "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" ($31.1 million)
3. "The Wolfman" ($30.6 million)
4. "Avatar" ($22 million)
5. "Dear John" ($15.3 million)

Love is in the air everywhere you look around, largely thanks to the recent performance of Garry Marshall's "Valentine's Day," the weekend's clear-cut box office champion. Without so much as a single bonbon bribery, "Valentine's Day" swept the competition with its $52.4 million haul over the course of three days. Read More...

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DESC1. "Dear John" ($32.4 million)
2. "Avatar" ($23.6 million)
3. "From Paris With Love" ($8.1 million)
4. "Edge of Darkness" ($7 million)
5. "Tooth Fairy" ($6.5 million)

At long last, "Avatar" has fallen. James Cameron's widely embraced science fiction epic finally fell from its position at the top of the box office charts this weekend, surrendering the first place medal to newcomer "Dear John," the romantic drama starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried. Read More...

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DESC1. "Dear John" ($13.8 million)
2. "Avatar" ($6.1 million)
3. "From Paris With Love" ($3 million)
4. "Edge of Darkness" ($2.3 million)
5. "When in Rome" ($2 million)

After seven straight weekend victories, is it possible that "Avatar" is finally about to fall to a romantic comedy? That's certainly how the weekend is shaping after "Dear John," Sony-Screen Gems' adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' romance novel starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried, took first place on Friday night with $13.8 million. Read More...

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DESC1. "Avatar" ($30 million)
2. "Edge of Darkness" ($17.1 million)
3. "When in Rome" ($12.1 million)
4. "Tooth Fairy" ($10 million)
5. "The Book of Eli" ($8.8 million)

To the surprise of absolutely nobody, "Avatar" once again topped the box office charts this past weekend for its seventh straight weekend victory. Following the $30 million haul, James Cameron's latest film sits atop a domestic money pile worth $594.5 million and is well within days of eclipsing "Titanic's" current record of $600.8 million. Read More...

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