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As Yoda might say, "Break box office records, Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones did not." The latest prequel from a galaxy far, far away grossed $86.15 million from Friday to Monday — well below Spider-Man's historic $114.8 million opening two weeks ago and less than Harry Potter's $90 million debut last November. Still, the force clearly is still with George Lucas: Since opening Thursday, Clones has made $116 million; only Spider-Man has crossed the $100 million faster. Speaking of Spidey, Tobey Maguire and Co. slipped to No. 2 with a still-potent $46 million. The film's 17-day total stands at $286 million. Also holding on strong was Oscar hopeful Unfaithful

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As Yoda might say, "Break box office records, Star Wars: Episode II &#150 Attack of the Clones did not." The latest prequel from a galaxy far, far away grossed $86.15 million from Friday to Monday — well below Spider-Man's historic $114.8 million opening two weeks ago and less than Harry Potter's $90 million debut last November. Still, the force clearly is still with George Lucas: Since opening Thursday, Clones has made $116 million; only Spider-Man has crossed the $100 million faster. Speaking of Spidey, Tobey Maguire and Co. slipped to No. 2 with a still-potent $46 million. The film's 17-day total stands at $286 million. Also holding on strong was Oscar hopeful Unfaithful, which claimed the No. 3 spot with $10.3 million. Meanwhile, Hugh Grant's new comedy About a Boy debuted at No. 4 with, um, about $8.4 million.