Stomp the Yard made it two weeks at number one at the box office for the second straight week. The dance movie made $13.3 million over the weekend for a two week total of $41.5 million for two weeks, says Box Office Mojo.

Ben Stiller's Night at the Museum stayed in second place with $13 million; the comedy also passed the $200 million mark at $205.8 million in five weeks. Ben stars as a night manager at a local museum; Owen Wilson and Robin Williams co-star in the family flick.

Dreamgirls took their Golden Globes and did well for their confidence in third place bringing in $8.7 million. Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Hudson both won supporting actor/actress awards and the film won best comedy or musical; after six weeks in theaters, it's made $78.1 million.

The Hitcher scared up theaters in its debut taking fourth place with $8.2 million. In the 1986 remake from Dave Meyers, Sophia Bush and Zachary Knighton have to cross the country with Sean Bean chasing after them.

The Pursuit of Happyness came in fifth place; dropping two spots, the real life drama still made $6.7 million and a six week total of $146.5 million.

Hilary Swank stars in the drama, inspired by the true story, Freedom Writers in sixth; she plays a new Los Angeles teacher who turns her classroom around by engaging in their lives. The flick made $4.4 million over the weekend and a three week total of $26.8 million.

Pan's Labyrinth jumped up nine spots from last week; the Guillermo del Toro fantasy film went from 16th to seventh. The film made $4.7 million this weekend for a four week total of $10.1 million.

The Queen made even a bigger leap from 24th to 8th. In the film, Helen Mirren stars as Queen Elizabeth in the days following the death of Princess Diana. In theaters for 17 weeks, the Golden Globe win brought the film back in people's minds taking in $3.7 million and a total of $35.8 million.

Clive Owen in Children of Men came in ninth place with $3.7 million. The action drama has made $27.4 million in four weeks.

Arthur and the Invisibles rounds out the top ten. The half-animated/half-live action family film from Luc Benson stars Freddie Highmore; it brought in $3.1 million this weekend and a four week total of $9.2 million.