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BARBERSHOP CLIPS COMPETITION
Ice Cube Feature Holds Top Spot at Nation’s Box Office for Second Straight Week
Audiences couldn't resist Barbershop, as last week's top film earned an estimated $13.3 million to clip four newcomers and stay No. 1 at the box office.

Of the new openings, The Banger Sisters, about the reunion of two former rock groupies, starring Goldie Hawn and Susan Sarandon, finished in second place with an estimated $10.3 million.

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, a spy thriller featuring Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu, earned an estimated $7.11 million, to edge the Heath Ledger-period piece, The Four Feathers, which earned $7.10 million.

The only other new film in release, Trapped, a kidnapping thriller starring Charlize Theron, Courtney Love and Kevin Bacon, finished in 10th place with an estimated $3.2 million.

While the newcomers struggled, it was another consistent week for My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which finished in third place, earning an estimated $10.3 million in its 23rd week of release.

Signs, the alien-invasion film starring Mel Gibson, also continued to draw audiences, earning $3.5 million for an eight-week total of $218 million.

While September is traditionally a slow month, this weekend's $70 million overall box office was up substantially from the same weekend last year when Mariah Carey’s Glitter debuted and audiences largely stayed home.

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