Could Sylvester Stallone's movie career be back on the fast track? Probably not, but his latest flick, the racecar actioner Driven, finished first at the box office over the weekend with a decent $13.1 million. The film's audience was 60 percent male, which explains why the female-targeted Bridget Jones's Diary continued to thrive despite its new competition. In its third weekend of release, the Renée Zellweger romantic comedy slipped to No. 2 with a still-potent $7.5 million. Rounding out the top five were Spy Kids and Along Came a Spider (tied at No. 3 with $5.7 million) and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (No. 5 with $4.7 million). Meanwhile, the long-delayed $80 million bad-buzz magnet Town & Country starring Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn defied the industry's already lowered expectations by opening at No. 7 with a dismal $3.1 million. Two other newcomers also got off to bad starts: The low-budget thriller The Forsaken (No. 8 with $3.0 million) and the Liv Tyler comedy One Night at McCool's (No. 10 with a very uncool $2.6 million).