Teen raunch comedy Superbad continued to get tons of McLovin from audiences this weekend as it reigned at the box office for the second weekend in a row. Overall, this weekend's box office sales were somewhat unusual, with older movies taking the top three slots before the new releases. The Bourne Ultimatum came in second place — a nice accomplishment in the movie's third weekend in theaters — while Rush Hour 3 stayed strong at No. 3.
Mr. Bean's Holiday came in just slightly ahead of Jet Li's action flick War, the two films taking fourth and fifth places respectively. Meanwhile, The Nanny Diaries opened at No. 6 in the box office lineup, raking in just $7.8 million.
Superbad actually has a chance of taking the top slot a third weekend in a row this upcoming holiday weekend. The only real competition comes from Rob Zombie's Halloween and the bumbling comedy Balls of Fury. My money's on McLovin and Co.