Hanna Montana surprised no one by taking the top spot for the Easter weekend and Fast and Furious and Monsters Vs. Aliens in their second and third weeks respectively still outdistanced Seth Rogen's Observe and Report. Here's the top five:

1. Hannah Montana The Movie: $32.3 million
2. Fast and Furious: $27.2 million
3. Monsters Vs. Aliens: $21.8 million
4. Observe and Report: $11 million
5. Knowing: $6.4 million

Three new ones this week:

17 Again
What's It All About:
Matthew Perry plays a man whose dreams were put on hold years ago because he got his girlfriend pregnant. Now, magically transformed into the teenager he once was (now played by Zac Efron) he has a chance to relive what he thinks were the best days of his life.
Why It Might Do Well: Sooner or later pretty much everybody wonders about what might have been. 68% at Rottentomatoes.com isn't earth shattering but it's still in the plus column.
Why It Might Not Do Well: The contrived premise is far from original and seems like just an excuse for fish-out-of-water humor.
Number of Theaters:
Prediction: $24 million

Crank: High Voltage
What's It All About:
Ludicrously over the top but fun looking action sequel with Jason Statham returning to the role of hitman Chev Chelios. This time his heart has literally been stolen and replaced with a mechanical one that needs periodic jolts of electricity to keep going.
Why It Might Do Well:
The red band trailer must be seen to be believed.
Why It Might Not Do Well: It's hitting fewer screens than any of this week's other releases.
Number of Theaters:
Prediction: $14 million