10 Pairs of Celebrities That You Probably Didn't Know Were Cousins
Jenny McCarthy and Melissa McCarthy
Tom Cruise and "Lost" star William Mapother
"Three and a Half Men" star Angus T. Jones and "That 70's Show" star Danny Masterson
Richard Kind and Barbra Streisand
Randy and Dennis Quaid and Gene Autry
Three-time "Survivor" contestant Jonathan Penner and Jason Alexander
Hilary Duff and Katie Couric
Lenny Kravitz and Al Roker
Bruce Campbell and Billy Campbell
Katherine Moennig and Gwyneth Paltrow
Elsewhere at the box office, Warm Bodies held on to the second spot, falling only 43 percent and grossing another $11.5 million. Steven Soderbergh's "final" film, Side Effects made a solid showing, too, earning $10 million over the weekend, which was higher than expectations. Meanwhile, Silver Linings Playbook seems to have gotten the biggest boost from all of its Oscar nominations, as its hovered in the top five since nominations were announced. This week, it held on to number four, adding another $6.9 million to bring its total to $90 million. AT number five, in its third week, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters added another $5 million, to bring the $50 million film to $43 million overall, although worldwide its $127 million has made it a success. The only other film of note was the 3D rerelease of Top Gun ahead of its Blu-Ray release, which opened at number 10 with $1.9 million.
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