For the week to Sunday body swap comedy “20, Once Again” added $19.4 million, giving it a cumulative score of $39.5 million after 11 days.
Over its first three days of release (Fri-Sun), “The Seventh Son” scared up $16.0 million.
“Night At the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” slipped from first to third place adding $11.3 million and talking its 15 day score to $42.5 million.
“The Taking of Tiger Mountain,” a war action film that was the big hit over Christmas, took a further $7.94 million in fourth spot, lifting its cumulative total to $136 million.
Wong Kar-wai’s 3D conversion “The Grandmaster 3D” added $4.79 million, nearly doubling its cumulative score to $9.83 million after 11 days.
Another reissue, Stephen Chow’s 2004 comedy classic “Kung Fu Hustle” took $2.84 million in its first four days.