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Box Office's Top 10 Entries

March 20, 2006 (4:14 am) GMT
Dystopian political thriller "V for Vendetta" won this weekend's box-office derby, racking up $26.1 million in business on its debut, according to mov
Box Office's Top 10 Entries

V apparently is not merely for "Vendetta", but "victory" as well. The political thriller, tentatively titled "", has seized the box office's throne from its predecessor comedy romance "", taking in an estimated $26.1 million to become the No. 1 movie in the US.

Last week's top movie, the romantic comedy "Failure to Launch" automatically drops one to 2nd place with $15.8 million. Last week's runner-up, "," also slips one place to No. 3 brings in $13.6 million in ticket sales. Elsewhere, the new release "" debuts at No.4 with $11 million in tickets sold.

Rounding out the top five is "" with $8.1 million, followed then by action thriller "" at No. 6 and "" at No. 7. Comedy drama "", in the meantime, secures the 8th place with $3 million, ahead of "" at No. 9 with $2.5 million. Finishing the Top 10 is comedy drama "" which takes in $2 million.

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