Mr. Levine's fourth pick, the "Land of the Lost" remake starring Will Ferrell, limped home with $19.5 million since Friday, while his fifth selection -- Warner Bros. Pictures' "The Hangover" -- looks like the sleeper hit of the summer, road-tripping its way to a three-day opening frame of $43.3 million and placing second for the weekend.
However, both releases were "Up"-staged by my Disney-Pixar toon, which flew to a $44 million weekend and saw its cume balloon to $137 million after 10 days.
My eighth pick, the counter-programmer "My Life in Ruins," proved ruinous indeed, grossing a measly $3.2 million.
Of other holdovers, Stu's "Angels & Demons" is up to $116 million while the "Night at the Museum" sequel has raised $127 million.
My "Wolverine" is at $174 million, "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" is just shy of $54 million, and "Drag Me to Hell" is at $28.5 million.
For Dave, "Star Trek" has gone to $223 million, "Terminator Salvation" is at $105 million, and "Management" is at $834,000, give or take a few pennies.
John still has only had one movie open, and "Dance Flick" is resting at $22.7 million.
Next week: Eddie Murphy tries to persuade audiences to "Imagine That" for Stu, while Dave rests his hopes on the remake of "The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3," starring Denzel Washington and John Travolta.
Totals through June 7:
* Robert (five films): $392 million
* Dave (three films): $329 million* Stu (four films): $306 million
* John (one film): $22.7 million
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