In the UK: Be Kind Rewind does much better over here, straight in at #2... Odeon's controversial decision not to show Rambo in its cinemas possibly had a hand in its #3 placing... and Oscar-winner There Will Be Blood ("Best Actor" for Daniel Day-Lewis) helps P.T Anderson's film debut at #7.
US TOP 10
(-) 1. Vantage Point $22.9m
(1) 3. Jumper $12.7m
(3) 4. Step Up To The Streets $9.61m
(4) 5. Fool's Gold $6.55m
(5) 6. Definitely, Maybe $5.22m
(6) 7. Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins $4.16m
(7) 8. Juno $4.15m
(-) 9. Be Kind Rewind $4.05m
(R) 10. There Will Be Blood $2.69m
UK TOP 10
(1) 1. Jumper £1.5m
(-) 2. Be Kind Rewind £1.3m
(-) 3. Rambo £1.2m
(3) 4. Juno £1.07m
(2) 5. National Treasure: Book Of Secrets £931k
(4) 6. The Water Horse £646k
(7) 7. There Will Be Blood £506k
(6) 8. The Bucket List £398k
(5) 9. Cloverfield £358k
(R) 10. Alvin & The Chipmunks £354k
THE BANK JOB
A car dealer takes the lead on a foolproof bank robbery, not realizing some of their loot contains dirty secrets that would cause the Royal Family embarrassment. Crime thriller, based on a true story, starring Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows, Stephen Campbell Moore & Daniel Mays.
Twin girls with a rare form of Asperger's Syndrome overcome their physical limitations to perhaps learn the secrets of heaven and nature. Fantasy drama starring Ed K. Gildersleeve, Nikki Haddad, Jessi Haddad, Courtney Sanford & Travis Poelle.
MARGOT AT THE WEDDING
A mother attends her sister's wedding with her son, with the two siblings exposing family secrets. Comedy drama starring Zane Pais, Susan Blackwell, Nichole Kidman, Jack Black, Jennifer Jason Leigh & Flora Cross.
The owner/coach/player of a basketball team in the 70s tries to make his NBA dreams come true. Comedy starring Will Ferrell, Woody Harrelson, Andre Benjamin, Will Arnett & Andy Richter.
KEY: "-" = NEW ENTRY / "R" = TOP 10 RE-ENTRY / "( )" = CHART POSITION LAST WEEK