American Gangster takes a backseat to the Bee with $24 million.
Bee Movie buzzes into second place with $39 million.
Dan gets some Real Life Attention with $12 million
Audiences still wondering why Tyler Perry Got Married with $12.1 million.
The Rock continues to tackle the competition with $11 in second place.
The Heartbreak Kid comes in a close second with $14 million.
Chuck has good luck with $14 million.
3:10 to Yuma rides strong for a second place finish.
Halloween manages to slay in second place with $10 million.
Jason Bourne scares up $16.5 million.
Superbad continues to score with $15 million.
The film finally beats The Simpsons with a $14.4 million take.
Bourne Ultimatum still running close behind with $12 million.
Rush Hour 3 chugs merrily behind with $21 million.
Homer brings home another $23.4 million paycheck.
Everyone's favorite yellow family is number one for the third straight week in a row.
Jason Bourne Runs to Catch up with $33 Million.
The Simpsons hold onto second place with $25 million.
Harry Potter flies in a close second with $32 million.
Grossing $7.3 million the first weekend and posts a per screen average of $80,500.
1408 Premiers with a respectable $20 million.
Nancy Drew fails to solve the mystery of the weekend box office.
The Big Green Ogre nabs $46 million worldwide.
Pirates and Knocked Up prove themselves durable in a crowed marketplace.
Knocked Up debuts in 2nd place with a healthy $29 Million.
Sets a new U.S. Memorial Day weekend record with $142 million.
It is the largest opening in History for an animated film.
Largest worldwide opening; largest domestic 3-day total; largest single day box office take.
Film franchise wins back its all-time weekend best title with $148 million!
The super hero continues to make bank!
Teen thriller remains in top position for third week in a row.
Wild Hogs strong with $28 million in second.
The comic book adaptation takes in $19.7 million.
The comedy debuted with $33.7 million.
The comedy landed in first place with $19.2 million.
The dance drama debuts with $22 million over the weekend.
All movies generated $9.13 billion in receipts.
$3.56 Billion in 2006 Theatrical Box Office.
The comedy brings in $30.8 million.