Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Invincible

$17,000,000
$17,000,000

1
2

Talladega Nights

$8,000,000
$127,600,000

4
3

Little Miss Sunshine

$7,500,000

$23,000,000

5
4

Beerfest

$6,500,000
$6,500,000

1
5

Accepted

$6,400,000
$21,100,000

2
6

World Trade Center

$6,400,000
$55,500,000

3
7

Step Up

$6,100,000

$50,400,000

3
8

Idlewild

$5,800,000
$5,800,000
1
9

Snakes on a Plane

$5,800,000
$26,000,000
2
10

Barnyard

$5,400,000
$54,700,000
4

It’s almost football season, but fans of pigskin, underdog movies and/or the Funky Bunch couldn’t wait for the NFL to kick off next week and hit Mark Wahlberg’s feel-good Disney sports flick Invincible instead. Talladega Nights continues to do laps, but Little Miss Sunshine is right in Will Ferrell’s rear-view mirror as the quirky comedy further expands its release.

The Broken Lizard fellas got beerfisted as the core audience for Beerfest was likely heading back to college and actually engaging in such festivities. Comparatively, the endlessly delayed Outkast musical Idlewild opened on a third the amount of screens but took in three times as much per-screen. Meanwhile, Snakes on a Plane has swiftly run out of fuel, and the Pirates sequel has finally sailed off the chart after two full months of pocket plunder.

Next weekend has Jason Statham’s 90-minute adrenaline rush Crank facing off with Nic Cage’s significantly slower-paced remake of The Wicker Man, while the basketball drama Crossover dribbles.