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10 Top-Grossing Films at U.S. Theaters

April 10, 2006 (3:58 am) GMT
"Ice Age: The Meltdown" took in $33.8 million to remain the top movie for a second-straight weekend and become the first movie released this year to c

Who's on top of US box office? Believe it or not it's still "". Taking in another $33.8 million in ticket sales, the flick satisfyingly remains the top movie for a second-straight weekend while also is becoming the first movie released this year to cross the $100 million mark at the box office.

Debut at 2nd place is sports comedy "" which takes in $19.7 million and "" is at 3rd with $12.1 million. No. 4 is "," which scores $9.1 million in ticket sales, followed after by "" at No. 5 with $7 million. Secures the 6th place is "" which takes in $4.1 million.

Meanwhile, the 7th position is secured by drama comedy "" with $3.7 million, ahead of "" at No. 8 with $3.4 million. No. 9 is "" with only $3.1 million, while "" is 10th with $2.3 million.


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