How To Lose A Shanghai Knight

Lose A Guy – Knights – ChicagoWhat’s this world coming to? This can’t happen – a romantic movie overtakes a Jackie Chan movie? And a musical beats up the CIA and death hardly rates among top five?See what else happened at Box Office this past weekend. Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey team up to bring you this witty romantic comedy. McConaughey’s character, Benjamin Berry, makes a bet that he can get a girl to fall in love with him in 10 days to win a big ad campaign, while Kate Hudson’s character, Andie Anderson, a ‘How To’ writer for a magazine must write an article on How to Lose A Guy In 10 Days. This interesting twist of fate was able to launch this film to the top of the Box Office on its opening weekend.The only other premier to grace the top five was Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson’s sequel to the surprise hit Shanghai Noon, Shanghai Knights. This dynamic duo teams up to bring you more laughs and more action than the first.Chicago continues to do well at the box office after winner a whack of Golden Globes®. While, last weeks top runner, The Recruit, slides four spots to take fourth, once again just above Final Destination 2.See how the rest faired out over the weekend.1. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (24.10m)2. Shanghai Knights (19.77m)3. Chicago (10.72m)4. The Recruit (9.45m)5. Final Destination 2 (8.65m)6. Deliver Us From Eva (7.08m)7. Kangaroo Jack (5.89m)8. Biker Boyz (3.98m)9. Darkness Falls (3.80m)10. Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (3.38m)

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