Happy Feet came out as the number one film this holiday weekend for the second week in a row. The film, starring the voices of Elijah Wood and Robin Williams (among others), brought in $37.9 million; it just passed the $100 million mark for a two week total of $100.1 million. That equals the production budget, according to Box Office Mojo.
Casino Royale made it two weeks at number two; Daniel Craig's portrayal of the British spy tallied $31 million to bring the total to $94.2 million over two weeks.
Denzel Washington in Déjà Vu came in third as the first of the newcomers to the list; the film brought in $20.8 million over the weekend, and a 5 day total of $29 million.
Matthew Broderick and Danny DeVito go to Deck the Halls in the holiday comedy; it finished fourth over the weekend with $12 million. Also opening on Wednesday, the flick has made $16.8 million over five days.
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan finally pushed over the $100 million mark this week, and finished fifth at the box office. The Sacha Baron Cohen comedy took in $10.4 million and a total of $109.2 million through four weeks.
It was the weekend of giving as Santa was on people's mind during the holiday; The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause made $10 million in sixth place. Over four weeks, the Tim Allen comedy has made $67.2 million.
Stranger Than Fiction came in seventh with $6 million. The dramedy, also starring Dustin Hoffman, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Emma Thompson, and Queen Latifah, has made $32.7 in three weeks.
Coming in eighth place, Flushed Away with $5.8 million this weekend. Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet voice sewer rats trying to save the underground from the Evil Toad (Ian McKellen). Through four weeks, the animated film has made $57.3 million.
Following the day of the assassination of Robert Kennedy, Bobby takes the ninth spot making $4.9 million. Going wide this week, the film written and directed by Emilio Estevez, took in a total of $6.1 million over two weeks.
The Fountain rounds out the top ten bringing in $3.7 million. Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz travel through three different eras in Darren Aronofsky's film; in five days, the film has made $5.4 million.