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Megamind Wins the Box Office For the Second Week in a Row

Box Office: Megamind Stops Unstoppable

Despite some competition from a bunch of new releases, kiddie flick Megamind retained the top slot at the box office, taking in $30 million across its sophomore weekend. Second place went to newbie Unstoppable, which garnered $23.5 million.

Due Date slipped to third with $15.5 million, while new movies Skyline and Morning Glory rounded out the top five with $11.6 million and $9.6 million respectively. Don't expect Megamind to get too comfortable at the top though — Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I comes storming in this weekend.

Photo courtesy of Dreamworks

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