The new romantic comedy 'Date Night' seemed to have everything going for it heading into opening weekend, boasting a popular male lead in Steve Carrell, the most buzzed about female comedian on the planet in Tina Fey and a director with a proven track record for hits in 'Night at the Museum's' Shaun Levy. But one thing it doesn't have going for it: the top spot at the box office.

Despite early and widespread reports that 'Date Night' had knocked off 'Clash of the Titans, according to The Hollywood Reporter, revised estimates released today now indicate that 'Titans' remains the film to beat. The CGI-heavy 'Clash of the Titans,' starring 'Avatar' hunk Sam Worthington, brought in $26.7 million compared to $25.2 million for 'Date Night.' The new romantic comedy 'Date Night' seemed to have everything going for it heading into opening weekend, boasting a popular male lead in Steve Carrell, the most buzzed about female comedian on the planet in Tina Fey and a director with a proven track record for hits in 'Night at the Museum's' Shaun Levy. But one thing it doesn't have going for it: the top spot at the box office.

Despite early and widespread reports that 'Date Night' had knocked off 'Clash of the Titans, according to The Hollywood Reporter, revised estimates released today now indicate that 'Titans' remains the film to beat. The CGI-heavy 'Clash of the Titans,' starring 'Avatar' hunk Sam Worthington, brought in $26.7 million compared to $25.2 million for 'Date Night.'

The final figures, known in the industry as "actuals" because they are actual numbers and not just studio guesstimates, are expected to be released later today and should reveal whether 'Date Night' came in second or third for the weekend; 'How to Train Your Dragon,' which stayed strong in its third week of release, currently looks to have the edge over 'Date Night' with $25.3 million.

Also performing well in its second week was 'The Last Song,' which slipped from fourth to fifth with a weekend take of $10 million. The same could not be said for 'Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?', however, which crashed from second to fourth with $11 million, a dismal 62 percent drop-off attributable in part to poor word of mouth.

The only new film other than 'Date Night' to crack the top ten was the independent Christian drama 'Letters to God,' which pulled in $1.1 million in limited release. The rest of the field was rounded out by returning films 'Alice in Wonderland,' 'Hot Tub Time Machine,' 'The Bounty Hunter' and 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid,' all of which held steady against familiar competition.

1. 'Clash of the Titans,' $26.7 million (3,902), $110.2 million total
2. 'How to Train Your Dragon,' $25.3 million (4,007), $133.9 million
3. 'Date Night,' $25.2 million (3,374 theaters), new release
4. 'Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?', $11 million (2,155), $48.5 million
5. 'The Last Song,' $10 million (2,674), $42.4 million
6. 'Alice in Wonderland,' $5.6 million (2,530), $319.3 million
7. 'Hot Tub Time Machine,' $5.4 million (2,611), $36.9 million
8. 'The Bounty Hunter,' $4.3 million (2,901), $56 million
9. 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid,' $4.1 million (2,453), $53.7 million
10. 'Letters to God,' $1.1 million (897), new release