Cat Keeps Its Paws On Top

The Cat In The Hat managed to escape The Haunted Mansion only to bump into an Elf, who said “Gothika.”The cat starred at him in disbelief as he assumed the role of Master and Commander. Dr. Seuss’ The Cat In The Hat managed to barely keep its claws on the top spot as Disney’s latest film The Haunted Mansion opened right on it’s tail. The two film both took in over $25 million with Cat taking in approximately $0.15 million more.Elf is still going strong in its fourth week taking in slightly over $22 million. Halle Barry’s latest Gothika took fourth just scrubbing out Master And Commander: The Far Side of the World.The 3 other new films this week didn’t perform that badly with Bad Santa taking sixth, The Missing in seventh, and Timeline in eighth.1. Dr. Seuss’ The Cat In The Hat (25.55m)2. The Haunted Mansion (25.30m)3. Elf (22.18m)4. Gothika (12.71m)5. Master And Commander: The Far Side of the World (12.70m)6. Bad Santa (12.49m)7. The Missing (11.70m)8. Timeline (8.47m)9. Love Actually (8.24m)10. Brother Bear (4.90m)

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