Austin Powers probably had a sixth sense that this was going to happen: Director M. Night Shyamalan's creepy alien thriller Signs topped the box office with $60.3 million knocking Austin Powers in Goldmember into second. Signs which stars Mel Gibson as a retired reverend who sees green people marked the best opening for both Gibson and Shyamalan. In its second weekend of release, Goldmember grossed $32.4 million, for a shagedelic 10-day total of $143 million. Dana Carvey's critically-panned comeback The Master of Disguise debuted in third place with a not-so-disgraceful $13 million, followed by Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat (No. 4 with $7.5 million). Steven Soderbergh's low-budget comedy Full Frontal opened in limited release with a disappointing $725,000.
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