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Weekend box-office results

What happens on Sunday can change by Monday. Warner Bros.' "Speed Racer" had been widely reported as No. 2 for the weekend based on Sunday's studio estimates, including projections for that day, but Monday's final results showed that the Wachowski brothers' movie actually finished the weekend No. 3 behind "Iron Man" and the romantic comedy "What Happens in Vegas." Final results also showed that David Mamet's cerebral thriller "Redbelt" missed the top 10 by a mere $551. Sales in the U.S. and Canada, May 9-11:Movie (studio)3-day gross (millions)Total (millions)VenuesAverage per venueWeeks 1Iron Man (Paramount)$51.2$177.84,111$12,4522 2What Happens in Vegas (20th Century Fox)20.220.23,2156,2741 3Speed Racer (Warner Bros.)18.618.63,6065,1471 4Made of Honor (Sony)8.126.82,7342,9692 5Baby Mama (Universal)6.240.82,6272,3703 6Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Universal)3.850.82,3761,6154 7Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay (Warner Bros.)3.130.72,2641,3723 8The Forbidden Kingdom (Lionsgate/Weinstein)2.248.51,7241,2584 9Nim's Island (20th Century Fox)1.544.41,6019146 10Prom Night (Sony)1.042.81,4656915Industry totals3-day gross Change Year-to-date grossChange (in millions)from 2007(in billions)from 2007$124.9+17.8%$2.93-2.6%Note: A movie may be shown on more than one screen at each venue.Source: Media by NumbersLos Angeles Times

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