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Box Office: Tyler Perry Can't Beat You-know-Who
Horton Hears a Who! is still hearing cash registers, topping the box office for a second straight weekend with $25.1 million ($86.5 mil to date). Placing second with $20 mil was Meet the Browns, which was only Tyler Perry's fourth-best opening ever. Rounding out the top five were Shutter (debuting to $10.7 mil), Drillbit Taylor ($10.2 mil in its own first weekend) and In Bruges ($5.9 mil). Are you among the scores who have heard a Who? Or did you spend Easter weekend with the Browns?
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