Kate Hudson and Matthew McConnaughey's Fool's Gold took first place, despite being panned by critics, and Martin Lawrence's comedy Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins did a respectable amount of business and placed second. Hannah Montana fell 67% into third place, but still did extremely well for a movie playing on only 687 screens. By contrast, Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show played on 962 screens but failed to crack even a half million and landed in 24th place. Here's the rundown.

1. Fools Gold$21.5 million
4. The Eye $6.5 million
5. Juno $5.6 million

We've got four new releases this week, with me personally looking forward to Jumper the most.

Definitely, Maybe
What's It All About: Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin star in a story about a man recounting how he came to meet his daughter's mother.
Why It Might Do Well: Breslin is cute as a button and she was great in Little Miss Sunshine. With the world basking in the glow of Valentine's Day, a romantic comedy stands a pretty good chance. Besides, rottentomatoes.com is giving this one an encouraging 83% fresh rating.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Have you no heart, people? I said she's cute.
Number of Theaters: 2,200
$11 million

What's It All About:
Hayden Christensen plays a young man with the power to teleport and he finds himself hunted by a society sworn to kill people with his abilitiy. Samuel L. Jackson is in there too.
Why It Might Do Well: The trailers look cool, and a film about super human powers starring two former Jedi Knights seems like a natural. I think this will be our number one movie.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Film goers looking for a fantasy fix may opt for The Spiderwick Chronicles instead.
Number of Theaters: 3,350
Prediction: $29 million
a href="http://movies.aol.com/movie/the-spiderwick-chronicles/26297/main">The Spiderwick Chronicles
What's It All About: A family moves into their uncle's old mansion, and find themselves drawn into a world of faeries and other magical creatures.
Why It Might Do Well: This one looks tailor-made for the legions of Harry Potter fans who can't wait for the next installment of that series, and Spiderwick has its own fans having been based on a series of novels. Also, an 88% fresh rating at rottentomatoes.com is nothing to sneeze at (unless, of course, you're allergic to tomatoes).
Why It Might Not Do Well: Spiders give a lot of people the willies.
Number of Theaters: 3,500
Prediction: $23 million

Step Up 2 the Streets
What's It All About: A rebellious street dancer finds herself at the prestigious Maryland School For the Arts, but keeps in touch with her roots by training for an underground dance competition.
Why It Might Do Well:
The first installment in the series had a $20.6 million opening weekend and went on to gross $114 million worldwide. Not bad for a movie that cost $12 million to make.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Jumper and Spiderwick both have strong youth appeal and may cut into the take for this one.
Number of Theaters: 2,300
Prediction: $17 million

Here's how I think next week's top five will look:
1. Jumper
2. The Spiderwick Chronicles
3. Step Up 2 The Streets
4. Fool's Gold
5. Definitely Maybe

Here are the results from last week's competition. Unfortunately, votes that came in after the 5:00 PM Friday deadline were not counted. In order to keep this fair to everyone the deadline is being strictly enforced. Congratulations to uforeader for taking first place.
1. uforeader: 11
2. Gregory Rubinstein: 9
2. AJ Wiley: 9
2. Matt: 9
3. Mike: 6
3. Smiggy: 6
3. Anna07: 6
4. Ray: 6
5. Lee S: 4
6. Aaron: 3

Post your predictions for the top five movies in the comments section below before 5:00PM on Friday. One point for every top five movie correctly named, two points for every correct placement, and one extra point for the top movie. Make me proud, people.