Over the weekend, ol' sticky fingers was at it again and we don't mean Winona Ryder, either. Spider-Man 2 took in another $46 million at the box office, making it the fastest flick ever to break the $250-million mark. (It's up to $257.3 million now; that's almost as much moolah as I'll make for guest-writing this column... in my dreams.) Despite the fact that Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy opened strong, the Will Ferrell comedy's $28 million take made it a distant second. Rounding out the top five were the critically savaged new release King Arthur ($15.2 million), Michael Moore's Bush-burning Fahrenheit 9/11 ($11 million) and the period romance The Notebook ($6.5 million).
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