With the entire weekend box office down over 10% from last week, Adam Sandler's Click took the top spot, with earnings of approximately $40 million. The film's weekend total, while less than that earned by recent first week chart-toppers, is about equal to what The Break-Up made in its first weekend, albeit from 700 more screens. Suffice to say that if Click proves to have The Break-Up's surprising staying power (the latter finished the weekend in the seventh spot, with domestic earnings over $100 million), Sony will be very happy indeed.

Taking the second spot this weekend was Cars which, despite numbers that Pixar-watchers are calling disappointing, is now officially in the black domestically with total earnings over $150 million. In third place was Nacho Libre, down a shocking 57% from last weekend to $12.1 million; The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift experienced an even more stagging drop, losing 62% and ending up in the fifth spot with $9.2 million. The weekend's only non-Click major debut, Waist Deep, ended up fourth for the weekend with a total of about $9.5 million on just over 1000 screens. The complete top 10 is after the jump. 1.    Click, $40 million
2.    Cars, $22.5 million
3.    Nacho Libre, $12.1 million
4.    Waist Deep, $9.5 million
5.    The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, $9.2 million
6.    The Lake House, $8.3 million
7.    The Break-Up, $6.1 million
8.    Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties, $4.8 million
9.    X-Men: The Last Stand, $4.4 million
10.    The Da Vinci Code, $4 million