According to The Hollywood Reporter, the revisionist fairy tale Hoodwinked and the inspirational sports flick Glory Road topped a family oriented boxoffice for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, according to estimates Monday.

Hoodwinked, an animated update of the Little Red Riding Hood story, debuted with about $16.6 million in ticket sales over the four-day weekend while Glory Road was a breath behind with an estimated $16.5 million. A new Queen Latifah movie, Last Holiday, opened in third place with roughly $15.7 million. The only other new movie to make the top 10 list was the romance Tristan & Isolde, which opened in eighth place with a gross of about $7.9 million.

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