Brad Pitt, Taylor Lautner and Robert De Niro were no match for nostalgia at the box office, as Disney's re-release of The Lion King held onto the No. 1 spot, Box Office Mojo reports.
The 1994 film grossed an estimated $22.1 million in its second week back. Coming in second for the weekend, Moneyball was top among new releases. The baseball drama starring Pitt brought in $20.6 million (the highest opening for a baseball movie ever). Close behind was the inspirational family film Dolphin Tale, which earned $20.2 million.
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Abduction, the action movie headlined by Twilight's Lautner ranked fourth with $11.2 million. Killer Elite, starring De Niro, drew $9.5 million to complete the top 5. Contagion grabbed the No. 6 spot, with $8.5 million.
Rounding out the top 10: Drive (No. 7, $5.7 million), The Help (No. 8, $4.4 million, bringing its total to $154.4 million), Straw Dogs (No. 9, $2.1 million) and I Don't Know How She Does It (No. 10, $2 million).