Tom Cruise and

Steven Spielberg probably wish they could have prevented

this from happening: The duo's new futuristic thriller Minority Report didn't have the slam-dunk opening weekend victory many had predicted. The Oscar-worthy film grossed $36.9 million, barely edging out the debut of Disney's animated pic Lilo & Stitch ($35.8 million). In fact, Disney execs remain confident that when final numbers are tabulated later today, L&S will come out on top. Still, Cruise and Spielberg may have the last laugh: Strong word of mouth on Report indicates that the pic may have a long, successful run this summer. The same can't be said for Scooby-Doo. In its second weekend of release, the poorly-reviewed comedy fell from first to third with $24.4 million — a 55 percent decline from its opening gross. Rounding out the top five: The Bourne Identity (No. 4 with $14.8 million) and The Sum of All Fears (No. 5 with $7.9 million).