Two Leonardo DiCaprios couldn't catch up to a bunch of hobbits at the box office, as The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers maintained its No. 1 ranking for a second-consecutive weekend. The Golden Globe-nominated sequel grossed another $48.9 million, bringing its 12-day total to just over $200 million. Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can, starring DiCaprio as a real-life con man, debuted at No. 2 with a respectable $30 million. Since opening Christmas Day, the pic has grossed $48.6 million. DiCaprio's other major holiday release, Gangs of New York, expanded into more theaters and earned $11.2 million for fifth place. The Sandra Bullock-Hugh Grant romance Two Weeks Notice, meanwhile, slipped to No. 3 in its second week with $16.1 million and J.Lo's Maid in Manhattan was fourth with $13 million.