Great capers! The A-list heist sequel Ocean's Twelve ransacked the weekend box office, making off with $40.9 million to nab the No. 1 spot. For those keeping score, that was roughly $3 million better than Ocean's Eleven opened with in 2001. Debuting at No. 2 was Wesley Snipes' Blade: Trinity, which sucked $16.1 million from moviegoers' pockets. For those keeping score, that was less than half what Blade II did in 2002. Meanwhile, after three weekends at No. 1, National Treasure fell to third with $10 million bringing its total to $124.1 million. For those keeping score, it's time to find a hobby.
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