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RERUN AT THE MULTIPLEX

For the second week in a row, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Wedding Crashers were the Nos. 1 and 2 movies at the box office (Charlie took in an additional $28.3 million; Crashers, another $26.2). That was bad news indeed for Bad News Bears and the week's other new releases. Bears scored only $11.5 million for a fifth-place finish, The Island, with a sadly nonsinging Ewan McGregor, made $12.1 million to settle in fourth, and Rob Zombie's horror sequel, The Devil's Rejects, scared up $7 million to land at No. 8. The ind

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For the second week in a row, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Wedding Crashers were the Nos. 1 and 2 movies at the box office (Charlie took in an additional $28.3 million; Crashers, another $26.2). That was bad news indeed for Bad News Bears and the week's other new releases. Bears scored only $11.5 million for a fifth-place finish, The Island, with a sadly nonsinging Ewan McGregor, made $12.1 million to settle in fourth, and Rob Zombie's horror sequel, The Devil's Rejects, scared up $7 million to land at No. 8. The indie Hustle & Flow came in at No. 7 with $8.1 million, but since it was playing on one-third fewer screens than Bears, that's nothing to sneeze at.