Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland continues to demolish its opponents at the Box Office. In its second week the film brought in an outstanding $62 million from 3,700 screens. It looks like a safe bet to hold on for a third week on top.
Matt Damon's latest film Green Zone which has been panned pretty much across-the-board, debuts in second with $14.5 million, which is uncharacteristically low for a film starring the Hollywood hunk.
Paramount's She's Out of My League (aka The Girl Next Door, aka Can't Buy Me Love) follows the formula of hot girl-paired with-geek yet again and performs respectably with a number three spot debut, with $9.6 million in earnings.
Shutter Island is still performing well even it its fourth week of release, slipping only to fifth spot with $8.1 million, bringing its total domestic gross to $108 million thus far.
Ugly Betty star America Ferrara headlines her first widely released film, Our Family Wedding from Fox Searchlight, bringing in $7.6 million in its first week. The interracial romantic comedy opened in 1,600 in theatres, which is by all means a fair showing.
Gerrard Butler and Jennifer Aniston's The Bounty Hunter is expected to debut big next weekend. But will it be enough to challenge Alice? Maybe. We'll see....