Here's further proof that summer is almost over: Freddy vs. Jason lost 63 percent of its business from its debut last week and still held on to the No. 1 spot at the box office. The slasher pic grossed $13.5 million over the weekend and became the first movie since X2: X-Men United to retain the top spot for two consecutive weekends. Among new pics, Jackie Chan's action comedy The Medallion captured fifth place with $8.2 million and Ashton Kutcher's romantic comedy My Boss's Daughter debuted in 10th place with $5 million. The Lisa Kudrow-Damon Wayans dud Marci X, meanwhile, brought in only $865,000. Finally, Finding Nemo officially surpassed The Lion King as the highest-grossing animated movie ever. Nemo took in another $1 million to bring its total U.S. haul to $329.8 million; King earned $328.5 million during its initial theatrical run and IMAX re-release last year.
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