The political thriller Vantage Point took top honors last weekend, being the only new film to take a spot in the top five. Be Kind Rewind took ninth with Witless Protection and Charlie Bartlett coming in 13th and 14th respectively. Fool's Gold is getting to be an old-timer, clinging tenaciously to the top five for the third week in a row. Here's the rundown:

1. Vantage Point: $22.8 million
2. Spiderwick Chronicles: $13.1 million
3. Jumper: $12.7 million
4. Step Up 2: The Streets: $9.6 million
5. Fool's Gold: $6.5 million

We've got three major releases this week, each with some considerable star power, including an historical drama, a modern fairytale, and an ode to 70s basketball.

The Other Boleyn Girl
What's It All About:
Based on a novel by Philippa Gregory, Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson play sisters vying for the affections of the King of England. Eric Bana also stars as the leanest Henry VIII in film history.
Why It Might Do Well: It's got a dynamite cast, cool period costumes and lush set design combined with a story of love and lust at the highest levels of power.
Why It Might Not Do Well: is giving this one an underwhelming 43% rating
Number of Theaters: 1,000
$4.5 million

What's It All About:
Christina Ricci plays against type as a girl stricken by a family curse that gives her the face of a pig, and only the love of someone who can accept her for who she is can break the curse.
Why It Might Do Well: The trailer for this modern fairy tale is charming as hell, and Reese Witherspoon looks great as Penelope's rough around the edges friend.
Why It Might Not Do Well: With all the bigger films in current release, this one may get lost in the shuffle.
Number of Theaters: 1,200
Prediction: $6 million $4 million