Heist movie "Ocean's Thirteen" replaces "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End" as the top holder of the list with estimated tally of $37 million.
Sequel title apparently still becomes the dominating part in attracting moviegoers' attention as "Ocean's Thirteen" is now taking its turn to reign over the weekend domestic box office ended June 8, 2007.
Superbly selling $36.1 million worth of tickets in its first three-day run, the follow-up to 2004's "Ocean's Twelve" automatically shoves last-week champ "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End" to second rank for the latest installment of Disney's hit seafaring tale series is unable to fare higher than $21.1 million this time.
Also forced to go down one notch is Universal Pictures' comedy "Knocked Up" which takes in a handful $19.6 million trailed by animated features "Surf's Up" and "Shrek the Third" to make up the big five of the chart, the former pulling $17.6 million while the latter adding another $15.3 million to raise its total gross to $281.46 million so far.
Newcomer "Hostel: Part II" comes up next on number six after managing to score $8.2 million in its opening weekend, a tally far exceeding the $4.9 million the seventh holder "Mr. Brooks" has collected. The rest positions lined up in order to number ten go to hit superhero flick "Spider-Man 3" with $4.3 million, romantic comedy "Waitress" with $1.6 million, and teen thriller "Disturbia" with $523,504.