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Moviegoers had no trouble remembering The Forgotten over the weekend. Thanks to a kick-ass trailer, the Julianne Moore missing-persons thriller topped the box office with $22 million. Among other newcomers, the Katie Holmes-Marc Blucas romantic comedy First Daughter inherited a measly $4 million, tying for fourth place with Resident Evil: Apocalypse. And the low-budget zombie spoof Shaun of the Dead came alive with $3.3 million on only 607 screens. Finally, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow encountered rough air in its second week, plummeting to second place with $6.7 million.

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Moviegoers had no trouble remembering The Forgotten over the weekend. Thanks to a kick-ass trailer, the Julianne Moore missing-persons thriller topped the box office with $22 million. Among other newcomers, the Katie Holmes-Marc Blucas romantic comedy First Daughter inherited a measly $4 million, tying for fourth place with Resident Evil: Apocalypse. And the low-budget zombie spoof Shaun of the Dead came alive with $3.3 million on only 607 screens. Finally, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow encountered rough air in its second week, plummeting to second place with $6.7 million.