Seems audiences can't get enough of 'Wonderland.'

Tim Burton's 3D reboot of 'Alice in Wonderland' topped the box office for the third straight weekend, hauling in an estimated $34.5 million and easily besting the week's three new wide releases. 'Alice' upped its total gross to $265 million and should easily pass the $300 million mark by the end of next week.

The unheralded family comedy 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' proved a sleeper success, taking in $21.8 million, good for second place. Based on the bestselling first book in a series of illustrated kid's novels by Jeff Kinney, the Zachary Gordon-starring film has already earned its budget ($15 million) back and then some. img vspace="4" hspace="4" border="1" align="right" src="http://www.blogcdn.com/blog.moviefone.com/media/2010/03/alice-disney-200-030410.jpg" id="vimage_2771472" alt="" />Seems audiences can't get enough of 'Wonderland.'

Tim Burton's 3D reboot of 'Alice in Wonderland' topped the box office for the third straight weekend, hauling in an estimated $34.5 million and easily besting the week's three new wide releases. 'Alice' upped its total gross to $265 million and should easily pass the $300 million mark by the end of next week.

The unheralded family comedy 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' proved a sleeper success, taking in $21.8 million, good for second place. Based on the bestselling first book in a series of illustrated kid's novels by Jeff Kinney, the Zachary Gordon-starring film has already earned its budget ($15 million) back and then some.

The week's other new releases experienced disparate fates. The Gerard Butler-Jennifer Aniston romantic action film 'The Bounty Hunter' tallied a strong $21 million to finish third, while the Jude Law-Forest Whitaker sci-fi flick 'Repo Men' underwhelmed with $6.2 million, still good for fourth place.

Rounding out the top five was the comedy 'She's Out of My League,' earning $6 million.

The Top 10:

1. 'Alice in Wonderland,' $34.5 million
2. 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid,' $21.8 million
3. 'The Bounty Hunter,' $21.0 million
4. 'Repo Men,' $6.1 million
5. 'She's Out of My League,' $6.0 million
6. 'Green Zone,' $5.9 million
7. 'Shutter Island,' $4.7 million
8. 'Avatar,' $4.0 million
9. 'Our Family Wedding,' $3.8 million
10. 'Remember Me,' $3.3 million