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DANCE CASTS AWAY THE COMPETITION

MTV and Paramount Pictures new interracial teen love story, Save the Last Dance, debuted at the top of the box office over the weekend with an estimated gross of $24 million, a record number for the MLK Day weekend. The dance-infused romantic drama starring Julia Stiles (10 Things I Hate About You) and Sean Patrick Thomas (Cruel Intentions) reportedly got a boost from young female audiences. Tom Hank's big-screen version of Survivor, Cast Away, drifted into second place after a chart-topping three weeks. Traffic, What Women Want and Kevin Costner's political thriller Thirteen Days rounded out the top five. Cyber-flop Antitrust, starring Ryan Phillippe and Tim Robbins, didn't even log in to the top 10.

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MTV and Paramount Pictures new interracial teen love story, Save the Last Dance, debuted at the top of the box office over the weekend with an estimated gross of $24 million, a record number for the MLK Day weekend. The dance-infused romantic drama starring Julia Stiles (10 Things I Hate About You) and Sean Patrick Thomas (Cruel Intentions) reportedly got a boost from young female audiences. Tom Hank's big-screen version of Survivor, Cast Away, drifted into second place after a chart-topping three weeks. Traffic, What Women Want and Kevin Costner's political thriller Thirteen Days rounded out the top five. Cyber-flop Antitrust, starring Ryan Phillippe and Tim Robbins, didn't even log in to the top 10.