Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Superman Returns

$52,100,000
$84,200,000

1
2

The Devil Wears Prada

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

1
3

Click

$19,400,000

$77,900,000

2
4

Cars

$14,000,000
$182,000,000

4
5

Nacho Libre

$6,200,000
$64,900,000

3
6

The Lake House

$4,500,000
$38,700,000

3
7

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

$4,400,000

$51,600,000

3
8

Waist Deep

$3,300,000
$15,100,000
2
9

The Break-Up

$2,800,000
$110,000,000
5
10

The Da Vinci Code

$2,300,000
$209,700,000
7

Many years after defeating the evil of Mark Pillow (oh that’s right, we’re pretending that didn’t happen), Superman Returns to our world after a space vacation. Was his homecoming met with cheers or a collective shrug? A bit of both, it seems — Bryan Singer’s Kryptonian beefstick landed in the top slot as expected with a square-jawed $84 million thus far (still behind Spider-Man 2 and War of the Worlds for top 3-day hauls). And since there’s still a couple days of long holiday weekend left (for many Americans/patriots), crossing the $100 million mark should be as easy as leaping a speeding bullet, but it’s still a long way to the estimated quarter-billion that’s been invested in the movie.

With a performance almost as handsome as the new Kal-El, the fem-powered comedy-drama The Devil Wears Prada proved a viable alternative, likely pushing Anne Hathaway up IMDB’s Star Meter. People continue to pay money to see Adam Sandler movies (I can’t believe Click cost over $82 million to make), and Pixar’s Cars still has a Kevlar coating, while modestly priced movies like Nacho Libre seem to be safe bets for the beancounters.

Next weekend, Captain Jack Sparrow finds out if he has more box office superpowers than Clark Kent’s alter-ego as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest sails into theaters, while Keanu Reeves seems more animated than ever in A Scanner Darkly.