I knew I was being a little conservative on my $62 million prediction for Iron Man, but HOLY JEEZ! The comic book adaptation had the tenth highest opening weekend in history, and the second biggest for a non-sequel. In addition to the $98.6 million Marvel's armored avenger made domestically, he also pulled in $96.8 million overseas, putting the $140 million budgeted film comfortably into the black. Last week's other newbie Made of Honor took second with a comparatively reserved but still respectable $14.7 million. Here's the rundown:

1. Iron Man:
$98.6 million
2. Made of Honor:
$14.7 million
3. Baby Mama:
$10 million
4. Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay:
$6.1 million
5. Forgetting Sarah Marshall:
$6 million

Again, just two new ones this week:

Speed Racer
What's It All About:
Andy and Larry Wachowski, the team behind the Matrix trilogy, adapt the classic 60's anime Speed Racer using a visual style reminiscent of Japanese animation melded with a modern video game aesthetic.
Why It Might Do Well:
The trailer was amazing, and Cinematical's own James Rocchi describes the film as "a blast of pure pop family fun" in his review, which you can read right here.
Why It Might Not Do Well: The 40% rating on Rottentomatoes.com suggests this one may have trouble knocking Iron Man out of first place.
Number of Theaters:
$43 million

What Happens in Vegas
What's It All About:
Total strangers Joy (Cameron Diaz) and Jack (Ashton Kutcher) wake up hung over and hitched after an evening of Las Vegas debauchery. Plans for a quick anulment become complicated when couple wins a $3 million dollar slot machine jackpot.
Why It Might Do Well: This one will provide an alternative to moviegoers not seeking a big scale action flick.
Why It Might Not Do Well:
This plot has been beaten to death in plenty of movies and TV shows, and I'm betting it was funnier when it happened to Homer Simpson and Ned Flanders.
Number of Theaters: 3,200
$11 million

As interesting as Speed Racer looks, I think Iron Man still has enough momentum to dominate the box office for another week. Here's what I think next week's top five will look like.
1. Iron Man
2. Speed Racer
3. What Happens in Vegas
4. Made of Honor
5. Baby Mama

For the first time in awhile we had a several competitors with perfect scores in last week's prediction. Congratulations to them, and thanks to everybody who participated. Here's how we all did:

1. Matt: 16
1. Smiggy: 16
1. AJ Wiley: 16
1. Gregory Rubinstein: 16
1. Erin: 16
2. Mike: 13
2. zach: 13
2. Mario: 13
2. Ray: 13
2. Liz: 13
3. Julian Wellbery: 12
3. cubitfox: 12
3. Awesompants: 12
4. Aaron: 11
5. Mathew: 9
5. DarkAgair: 9
5. Brent Todd: 9
6. Jonathan Kuhn : 8
7. Niraj: 7

Post your predictions for the top five movies in the comments section below before 5:00PM Eastern Time on Friday. One point for every top five movie correctly named, two points for every correct placement, and one extra point for the top movie.