New releases took the top three slots at the box office this weekend, ending Hostel's short-lived reign and pushing last year's blockbuster holdovers down to the bottom of the pile. Glory Road, a mushy sports drama directed by newcomer James Gartner, landed at the top of the heap with an unremarkable $13.5 million; Last Holiday, Wayne Wang's surprisingly well-reviewed remake of the 1950 film starring Alec Guinness, came in not far behind with $13 mil. The Weinstein Company's long-delayed CGI meta-fairy tale Hoodwinked! landed in third, and with hostel falling all the way to fifth, that left room for only one 2005 flick in the top five. That slot went to The Chronicles of Narnia, which managed to scrape together $10.1 million in its 700th week in release. On awards watch: heading into tonight's Golden Globes it looks like Munich is just about dead. Spielberg's drama dropped out of the top ten this weekend and isn't likely to recover.