Dragons. Will. Train.
Alice may have lost 3-D screens, but it still took in another $17.3 million on its way to a $300 million domestic gross (making it Burton's most successful film). Third place went to the high-concept, lowbrow Hot Tub Time Machine, which may have made more than $13.6 million had anyone been left to pay for a ticket after something like five hundred promo screenings took place across the country.
The Bounty Hunter landed fourth with $12.4 million, Diary of a Wimpy Kid took fifth with $10 million, She's Out of My League settled for sixth with $3.5 million, Green Zone ended up in seventh with $3.3 million, Shutter Island stuck around in eighth with $3.2 million, Repo Men dropped to ninth with $3 million and Our Family Wedding closed things out with $2.2 million.