The year's final weekend saw top movies add to ticket sales from the Christmas holiday one week earlier but no change in the top three chart positions. The "Sherlock Holmes" and "Alvin and the Chipmunks" franchise films took the No. 2 and 3 positions behind Tom Cruise's 'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.'
'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' brought in $19 million this weekend. It edged ahead of the children's 3-D fantasy film 'Legend of the Guardians,' but Guardians may have longer legs.
Adam Sandler may be receiving terrible reviews for his movie "Grown Ups" but that hasn't kept moviegoers away.
Tom Cruise has the new movie 'Knight and Day' where he might be able to reestablish himself as a Hollywood dynamo. Or is he just too weird?
Sony's remake of 1984's 'The Karate Kid' debuted at No. 1 for the weekend with a whopping $56 million. Liam Neeson and 'The A-Team' couldn't compete.
Tim Burton and Johnny Depp's "Alice in Wonderland" make it three weeks in a row as the top movie.