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November 12, 2007 (7:14 am) GMT
The DreamWorks Animation production swapped place with the crime drama after pulling in $25.6 million in its second turn on the list.

Major change marked the domestic weekend box office running November 9-11, 2007 as last week's runner-up "" surprisingly toppled down last week's champ "" to become the new No.1 movie of the chart in its second spin.

The CGI animated feature packed in family crowds to pull in $25.6 million while the crime saga fared slightly lower at $24 million in ticket sales. The twosome, in the meantime, prevented newcomers "" and "" to go no further than the third and fourth rank, respectively as "Claus" took in $18.5 million while "Lambs" $6.7 million.

On number five, there seated Touchstone Pictures' comedy "" for a decent tally of $6 million followed by horror flick "" which scared up another $4.95 million into its sixth-place feedbag. Disney's family pic "" came behind after managing to add $2.5 million to lift its total to $85.5 million.

Elsewhere, the eighth spot went to vampire feat "" with a fair number of $2.2 million. Another new release "" and New Line Cinema-released "" popped up next to round out the top ten of the list for respective income of $2.1 million and $1.8 million. Check out U.S. Box Office page at AceShowbiz to view the rest ten titles making up the top twenty.

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