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At the Box Office: Jodie Foster Is Number One

Over the weekend, feel-good vigilante flick The Brave One displaced 3:10 to Yuma as the top movie in America with an opening take of $14 million. Russell and Christian's 3:10 clocked in with a haul of $9.2 mil, good for a second-place finish. Rounding out the top five were Mr. Woodcock (debuting with $9.1 mil), Dragon Wars ($5.4 mil in its first weekend) and Superbad, adding $5.2 mil to its ongoing haul.

Matt Mitovich

Over the weekend, feel-good vigilante flick The Brave One displaced 3:10 to Yuma as the top movie in America with an opening take of $14 million. Russell and Christian's 3:10 clocked in with a haul of $9.2 mil, good for a second-place finish.
Rounding out the top five were Mr. Woodcock (debuting with $9.1 mil), Dragon Wars ($5.4 mil in its first weekend) and Superbad, adding $5.2 mil to its ongoing haul.