Lionsgate's Madea's Family Reunion enjoyed a second go-round at the top of the boxoffice this weekend with an estimated $13 million, says The Hollywood Reporter. The PG-13 comedy, starring, written and directed by Tyler Perry, opened last weekend with $30 million -- the biggest debut of the year.
Warner Bros.' actioner 16 Blocks starring Bruce Willis and Mos Def and directed by Richard Donner debuted in second place with an estimated $11.7 million. Last weekend's runner-up film, Buena Vista's Eight Below, mushed its way into third place with an estimated $10.3 million.
Screen Gems' Ultraviolet starring Milla Jovovich opened in fourth place with an estimated $9 million. 20th Century Fox's PG-rated Aquamarine swam away with an estimated $7.5 million in its first weekend to take No. 5 on the chart.
The weekend's only other new wide release, Dave Chappelle's Block Party from Focus Features' Rogue banner, collected an estimated $6.5 million from 1,200 theaters, less than half the engagements of the other new openers. Final figures will be released Monday.