Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Hoodwinked

$16,600,000
$16,600,000

1
2

Glory Road

$16,400,000
$16,400,000

1
3

Last Holiday

$15,700,000

$15,700,000

1
4

Narnia

$12,200,000
$263,400,000

6
5

Hostel

$11,600,000
$36,800,000

2
6

Fun with Dick and Jane

$10,300,000
$94,200,000

4
7

King Kong

$9,200,000

$204,600,000

5
8

Tristan and Isolde

$7,800,000
$7,800,000
2
9

Brokeback Mountain

$7,000,000
$32,000,000
6
10

Cheaper by the Dozen 2

$6,700,000
$74,600,000
4
(Note that these estimated figures also include Monday)

People were either preoccupied with NFL playoffs, busy preparing for their Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations and/or Golden Globe parties, or simply aware that the choices at local megaplexes aren’t very enticing, and the box office felt the thud over the long weekend. The new CG kidtoon Hoodwinked just barely kept the ballin’ drama Glory Road from winning the gold, and Queen Latifah’s near-death comedy Last Holiday gets CPR in third. Meanwhile the pretty people period romance Tristan and Isolde struck only a few hearts for an eighth place finish.

Narnia continues to hold firm and Hostel is still creeping people out, as Peter Jackson’s giant gorilla finally climbs over the $200 million mark. Brokeback Mountain is the only award hopeful to stay in the top 10, as Munich, Memoirs of a Geisha and The Ringer get displaced.

Next weekend continues the dread as Albert Brooks is Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World, Kate Beckinsale poses and shoots werewolves in Underworld Evolution, and a documentary wonders Why We Fight.