Disney's latest, Invincible - the true story of Vince Papale, a 30-year-old bartender who played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1976. The film ran over the competition finishing in first place with $17 million. Invincible stars Mark Wahlberg as Vince, and Greg Kinnear as Eagles head coach Dick Vermeil.

Coming in second place, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. The Will Ferrell flick took in $8 million over the weekend, for a four week total of $127 million; last week leading into the weekend, with the help of this film passed the $1 billion dollar mark.

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Taking third place, Little Miss Sunshine; with a nationwide open this week, it brought in $7.5 million, making nearly as much as the entire $8 million production budget. In five weeks in limited release, the Fox Searchlight film has made $23 million.

The Broken Lizard guys are back to what they do best - drinking beer in Beerfest. The Warner comedy debuted in fourth place with $6.5 million. The movie centers around the BL crew in a beer drinking competition in Europe.

Accepted held its place at number five this week with $6.5 million. The comedy starring Justin Long, Jonah Hill, Blake Lively, and the hilarious Lewis Black has brought in $21.1 million in two weeks, according to Box Office Mojo.

World Trade Center slipped three spots to sixth over the weekend bringing in $6.4 million, and a three week total of $55.5 million. The film tells the true story of two New York Port Authority officers who were trapped in the World Trade Center after the September 11th tragedy.

Step Up also fell three slots to number 7; the Disney dance movie took in $6.1 million this weekend. That brings the total to an extremely impressive $50.4 million over three weeks; the production budget was only $12 million.

Outkast's Idlewild debuted in eighth place this weekend with $5.9 million. The musical drama takes place in the 1930's south when gangsters ruled the land, and jazz was the music of choice; the duo of Andre 3000 and Big Boi star alongside Terrence Howard and newcomer Paula Patton.

Snakes on a Plane slithered down eight spots this week to finish in ninth place with $5.8 million. The Sam Jackson actioner is about hundreds of snakes getting loose on a plane; in two weeks, it's brought in $26 million, close to its $33 million dollar budget.

And finally, Barnyard brought up the rear in tenth place; the Paramount and Nickelodeon animated film made $5.4 million over the weekend, bringing its total of four weeks up to $54 million, passing the $51 million production cost.

Next week, September opens with a bang - Jason Statham stars in the action flick, Crank. In the film, Jason is poisoned with a drug that will kill him if he does not keep his heart rate up.

Also in theaters, Warner Bros is remaking the horror, The Wicker Man; this time, Nicolas Cage travels to a freaky female killing island. The Wicker Man is directed by Neil LaBute.

Screen Gems is shooting hoops with Crossover; two best friends (Anthony Mackie and Wesley Jonathan) take their basketball skills to two very different areas.

And in very limited theaters, Kirby Dick's documentary This Film is not yet Rated - he goes after the MPAA ratings board and exposes them for the first time.