There were very few Americans who went to the theater this weekend, but those who did made The Covenant number one at the box office with $9 million. The teen thriller made history as well, bringing in the lowest amount for a number one weekend total in three years. Steven Strait stars in the movie that has a supernatural feel.

Coming in second place, Ben Affleck, Adrien Brody, Diane Lane, Bob Hoskins, and Robin Tunney in Hollywoodland; the drama debuted with $6 million. The film is about the investigation into the death of the original Superman, George Reeves; Affleck portrays Reeves, while Adrien is a compilation of multiple private investigators looking into whether Reeves committed suicide or was murdered.

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Invincible moved down to third place after two weeks at number one. The football drama, and the true story of Vince Papale scored $5.8 million this weekend. That brings its three week total to $45.7 million for the flick starring Mark Wahlberg (Papale) and Greg Kinnear (Dick Vermeil).

Tony Jaa brought his martial arts from Thailand to America in The Protector; the action movie debuted in fourth place and brought in $5 million, says Box Office Mojo. The film has already had its run in Asia, and now it's in the US.

Jason Statham is getting Cranked in fifth place; the non-stop action flick made $4.8 million this weekend. That brings the two week total to $19.9 million. Jason plays a mob hit man who's been fatally poisoned and must keep his adrenaline up in order to stay alive.

The Illusionist came in sixth place with $4.6 million; starring Ed Norton, Paul Giamatti, and Jessica Biel, the flim is about a magician on the run from the police. In its four week run, the drama has made $18.1 million.

In seventh place, the ensemble cast of Little Miss Sunshine; after seven weeks, the film keeps rolling along. This weekend, it made $4.4 million and a total of $41.6 million; the movie stars Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell, Alan Arkin, Paul Dano, and Abigail Breslin.

Nicolas Cage's remake The Wicker Man took eighth place this weekend with $4.1 million. Neil LaBute directs the horror thriller based off the original 1973 film. In two weeks, it's brought in $17.5 million.

Will Ferrell keeps making people laugh; his comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby finished in ninth place racing in with $3 million. In only six weeks, the comedy has brought in $142.1 million; it also stars John C. Reilly, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Leslie Bibb.

And finally, rounding out the top ten, the animated flick Barnyard; the original party animals brought in $2.6 million over the weekend. That brings the total up to $66.9 million for a six week run.

Next week, The Rock stars in Gridiron Gang; the true story of a man who turned a prison around by starting a football team. The film also stars Xzibit as The Rock's assistant.

Also coming out, The Last Kiss starring Zach Braff, Rachel Bilson, and Jacinda Barrett; the romantic drama is a remake of the Italian film, L'ultimo bacio.

The Black Dahlia, a look at the most horrific murder mystery in Hollywood; another star-studded cast in this film - Josh Hartnett, Scarlett Johannson, Hilary Swank, Aaron Eckhart, and Mia Kirshner. The drama/thriller is also directed by Brian DePalma.

Orlando Bloom stars in Haven; held on the shelf for about three years, the drama is a Crash version in the Cayman Islands, written and directed by Frank E. Flowers.

And Aurora Borealis starring Joshua Jackson, Juliette Lewis, and Donald Sutherland; Donald plays a man who is suffering from Parkinson's, and Joshua is his grandson who must face the reality of his imminent future.