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Steve Carell's The 40-Year-Old Virgin got lucky at the box office over the weekend, opening at No. 1 with $20.6 million. According to exit polls, Virgin drew an audience that was 54 percent easy and female; the pic was expected to play mostly to young, sexually inexperienced men. Among other new openings, Wes Craven's airborne thriller Red Eye landed at No. 2 with $16.5 million, Disney's pigeon-pic, Valiant, got pooped on at No. 7 with $6.1 million and Supercross: The Movie crashed into 15th with just $1.3 million.
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