Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Underworld: Evolution

$27,600,000
$27,600,000

1
2

Hoodwinked

$11,000,000
$29,300,000

2
3

Glory Road

$9,100,000

$28,000,000

2
4

Last Holiday

$9,100,000
$26,400,000

2
5

Brokeback Mountain

$7,800,000
$42,100,000

7
6

Fun with Dick and Jane

$6,100,000
$101,700,000

5
7

Narnia

$6,000,000

$271,600,000

7
8

End of the Spear

$4,700,000
$4,700,000
1
9

Hostel

$4,300,000
$42,700,000
3
10

The New World

$4,200,000
$4,400,000
5

It seems that plenty of people wanted to know how the war between the vampires and the Lycans turned out. Or they just wanted to see Kate Beckinsale in tight leather again, but either way audiences sunk their teeth into the sequel Underworld: Evolution, propping up a dull month with a nice $27 million bite.

The rest of the chart looks similar to last week, with the successful CG cheapie Hoodwinked actually expanding to several hundred more screens, along with the recently Globed Brokeback Mountain. Audiences continue to have Fun with Dick and Jane while snarfing up Narnia like delicious Turkish Delight. A few people were stabbed by End of the Spear (which I never heard of until now), landing it on the chart higher than Terrence Malick’s latest history lesson/nature film The New World in wider release. In limited release, Albert Brooks’ Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World didn’t find a lot of laughs, with a per-screen average lower than Walk the Line (which has been out for two and a half months).

Next weekend finishes the January dearth with the military academy flick Annapolis, the veddy British childrens tale Nanny McPhee, and the sequel only Martin Lawrence wanted, Big Momma’s House 2.