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The season's top sleeper hit, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, had its best weekend yet in five months of release, climbing to second place with $14.6 million.
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Crop circles are asll the rage and moviegoers spent another weekend staring at them as Mel Gibson's Signs topped the box office again, taking in $16.5 million over the Labor Day weekend.

The season's top sleeper hit, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, had its best weekend yet in five months of release, climbing to second place with $14.6 million.

The weekend's only new wide release, the horror flick fear dot com, debuted at No. 5 with $7.12 million, according to studio estimates Monday.

Hollywood revenues were off for the seventh straight weekend after robust returns for the first half of summer. The top 12 movies grossed $82.2 million over the long weekend, down 12.4% from the record Labor Day weekend the industry posted last year.

Greek Wedding expanded to 1,619 theaters, up 290 from the previous weekend, averaging an impressive $9,017 per cinema, lifting its gross to $82.3 million and putting it on track to hit $100 million.

Meanwhile, Signs is on its way to $200 million. The film, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, averaged $4,805 per screen in 3,437 theaters and has grossed $195.1 million in a month. No. 1 in early August, Signs slipped to second place behind XXX for two weekends, then reclaimed the top spot last week.

Two critically acclaimed films expanded to more theaters and climbed into the top 10. Jennifer Aniston's dark comedy The Good Girl came in at No. 9 with $3.6 million in 667 theaters, up 479 from the previous weekend. Robin Williams' stalking thriller One Hour Photo was No. 10 with $3.33 million, expanding to 164 theaters after debuting at seven cinemas a week earlier. One Hour Photo averaged a whopping $20,274 a theater and goes into nationwide release Sept. 13.

XXX took in $13.1 million for a third place finish, and Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, with $7.3 million was fourth.

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