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28 Days Later managed to take fourth place with an unexpectedly strong $9.7 million while playing in barely a third as many theaters as the big-studio movies.

ANGELS FLIES TO BOX OFFICE LEAD

Hulk Has Not-So-Incredible Second Week As Pic Falls 70%
The Angels may have had their wings clipped a bit but they still retained enough kick to enter at number one.

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle debuted with $38 million, off $2.1 million from the opening numbers the first movie put up in November 2000.

The previous weekend's No. 1 movie, The Hulk, fell to second place, tumbling 70% from its $62.1 million opening. The Hulk took in $18.4 million to squeak past the $100 million mark after 10 days in theaters.

Finding Nemo held up well in third place with $13.9 million. With $253.9 million in the bank, the animated adventure is on track to pass The Matrix Reloaded as the year's top-grossing movie.

The British fright flick 28 Days Later managed to take fourth place with an unexpectedly strong $9.7 million while playing in barely a third as many theaters as the big-studio movies.

This week brings two eagerly awaited sequels, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, plus the animated family film Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. All three open Wednesday to get a jump on the Fourth of July weekend.

WMG KEEPS GROWING:
A $6B FISCAL '22
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SONG REVENUE: TURKEY TROT
The Lipmans are thankful for their superstars. (11/25a)
THE LENNY BEER
PRE-HOLIDAY ALBUM
...with all the trimmings (11/25a)
NOISEMAKERS: A THANKFUL BUNCH
The kids are alright. (11/25a)
SOME FINAL THOUGHTS FROM STEVE COOPER
All good things come to an end. (11/23a)
GRAMMY SEASON
Artists sound off on the prospect of being nominated
CATALOG ECONOMICS
They're changing the game... for some.
VOTING AGAINST FASCISM
You're helping with the runoff, right?
IS IT CHRISTMAS YET?
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