Alice in WonderlandTicket sales for Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland' fell by nearly 50 percent over totals from its second weekend, but when you open with $116 million, a $62-million follow-up is nothing to cry about. In just 10 days, 'Alice' has leaped over the $200 million hurdle to an estimated total of $208.5 million. This 3-D dream can't last, but at the moment, 'Alice' is headed toward Pandora.

The weekend's four new wide releases --'Green Zone,' 'She's Out of My League,' ''Remember Me' and 'Our Family Wedding' -- finished in second, third, fourth and sixth with respective openings of $14.5 million, $9.6 million, $8.3 million and $7.6 million. Martin Scorsese's hit thriller 'Shutter Island' dropped to fifth after two weekends atop the chart, taking in $8.4 million for a 17-day total of $108 million. Alice in WonderlandTicket sales for Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland' fell by nearly 50 percent over totals from its second weekend, but when you open with $116 million, a $62-million follow-up is nothing to cry about. In just 10 days, 'Alice' has leaped over the $200 million hurdle to an estimated total of $208.5 million. This 3-D dream can't last, but at the moment, 'Alice' is headed toward Pandora.

The weekend's four new wide releases -- 'Green Zone,' 'She's Out of My League,' ''Remember Me' and 'Our Family Wedding' -- finished in second, third, fourth and sixth with respective openings of $14.5 million, $9.6 million, $8.3 million and $7.6 million. Martin Scorsese's hit thriller 'Shutter Island' dropped to fifth after two weekends atop the chart, taking in $8.4 million for a 17-day total of $108 million.

Meanwhile, 'Avatar' fell to its lowest position on the chart since its Dec. 18 release. It's in seventh place with $6.6 million and a grand -- really grand -- total of $730.3 million.

The Oscars had no apparent effect on the weekend. Among winners, only 'Crazy Heart,' which won awards for star Jeff Bridges and the writers of the theme song 'A Weary Heart,' is still in wide release, and it is eleventh on the chart with an $3.1 million from 1,361 theaters.

Though it was skunked by 'Alice,' the Iraq war movie 'Green Zone' did well given its provocative anti-Bush premise about the weapons of mass destruction myth that led to the invasion. It's $14.5 million three-day gross is more than Oscar winner 'The Hurt Locker' made throughout its domestic run last year.

1. 'Alice in Wonderland,' $62 million (3,728 theaters), $208.5 million total.
2. 'Green Zone,' $14.5 million (3,003) new release.
3. 'She's Out of My League,' $9.6 million (2,956), new release.
4. 'Remember Me,' $8.3 million (3,587), new release.
5. 'Shutter Island,' $8.4 million (3,356), $108 million.
6. 'Our Family Wedding,' $7.6 million (2,521), new release.
7. 'Avatar,' $6.6 million, (1,718), $730.3 million.
8. 'Brooklyn's Finest,' $4.3 million (1,939), $21.4 million.
9. 'Cop Out,' $4.2 million (2,882), $39 million.
10. 'The Crazies,' $3.7 million (2,359), $33.4 million.

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