Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Cars

$68,800,000
$62,800,000

1
2

The Break-Up

$20,400,000
$74,000,000

2
3

X-Men: The Last Stand

$15,500,000

$201,700,000

3
4

The Omen

$15,400,000
$35,700,000

1
5

Over the Hedge

$10,300,000
$130,200,000

4
6

The Da Vinci Code

$10,300,000
$189,000,000

4
7

A Prairie Home Companion

$4,600,000

$4,600,000

1
8

Mission: Impossible III

$3,000,000
$127,500,000
6
9

RV

$2,000,000
$65,000,000
7
10

Poseidon

$1,800,000
$54,900,000
5

Though viewed as a disappointment by many (particularly in comparison to their brilliant previous effort The Incredibles), Cars shows that Pixar’s license to print money is still in perfectly good standing. The $62 million burst from the starting line may not be the summer’s biggest weekend so far, but with the kids getting out of school, the talking vehicles should be doing laps all season.

Satan-kid remake The Omen took advantage of its 6/6/06 Tuesday release to already pull in a wicked $35 million, while The Break-Up‘s continued success gives Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston something to brag about next time they bump into Brad or Angelina. While X-Men 3 soars ever closer to its reported $210 million budget, Al Gore’s "I told you so" global warming docu An Inconvenient Truth draws big crowds at the 120 or so blue-state theaters playing it. 

Next weekend we discover if Adam Sandler is still a reliable income generator with Click, while the Tyrese ghetto actioner Waist Deep plays underdog.