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A Rundown of North America's Box Office

April 3, 2006 (7:18 am) GMT
"Ice Age: The Meltdown" froze out its rivals at the box office, selling about $114 million worth of tickets in North America

Amid the many new wide release movies in recent days, there's a change in North American box office which unfortunately ends the reign of "" in the chart. The drama thriller flick's top position is seized by the animated sequel "", which scores about $114 million worth in tickets sales, such amount enough to remove the previous flick to No. 2. with another $15.7 million in ticket sales.

The next is "" with $12.5 million, ahead of "" at No. 4 with $6.6 million and "" at No. 5 with $6.4 million. Horror, thriller "" ($4.575 million) is 6th, followed by comedy romance "" at No. 7 which scores $4.571 million. Comedy horror "" is next with $3.7 million. Meanwhile, "" is at No. 9, while "" is at No. 10 alongside "", both of which score an amount of $3 million.

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