After Disney and Mark Wahlberg ran off with the top numbers at the box office last weekend, Invincible managed to snag the top spot yet again, taking in an estimated $15.2 million -- lifting the film to an 11-day total of $37.8 million. Jason Statham's adrenalin-fueled Crank managed to out-duel Nic Cage's remake of The Wicker Man by sliding into the weekend's second spot with $13 million, while the latter picked up $11.7 million to round out the top three.
Little Miss Sunshine continued to live up to its name as "the little summer indie that could" by finishing fourth with $9.7 million, bringing its total to $35.8 million. However, Talladega Nights:The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (last week's number two film) ran smack into a slew of Labor Day traffic, forcing the Will Ferrell laffer to fall way down into the sixth spot with $7.7 million. Crossover ($4.5 million) and Outcast's Idlewild ($2.9 million) failed to find an audience this weekend, as well as a comfy spot in the top ten. Oh, and those damn snakes have officially left the building. Thank God.
Full numbers after the jump.
1. Invincible, $15.2 million.
2. Crank, $13 million.
3. The Wicker Man, $11.7 million.
4. Little Miss Sunshine, $9.7 million.
5. The Illusionist, $8 million.
6. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, $7.7 million.
7. Barnyard: The Original Party Animals, $6.4 million.
8. Accepted, $5.9 million.
9. World Trade Center, $5.8 million.
10. "Step Up," $6.2 million.