Last week's new releases all did unimpressive numbers allowing How to Train Your Dragon to grab the top spot during its fifth week of release. Here's the top five:

1. How to Train Your Dragon: $15.4 million
2. The Back-Up Plan: $12.2 million
3. Date Night: $10.4 million
4. The Losers: $9.4 million
5. Kick-Ass: $9.3 million

Furry Vengeance
What's It All About: Family comedy in which a real estate developer receives the titular comeuppance from a group of woodland creatures.
Why It Might Do Well: Who doesn't enjoy the anthropomorphic shenanigans of movie animals?
Why It Might Not Do Well: Unfortunately the animals aren't the problem. Brendan Fraser appears to be playing his standard befuddled lead in a family/action flick that we've seen how many times now?
Number of Theaters: 2,800
Prediction: $8 million

A Nightmare on Elm Street
What's It All About: Remake of the classic 80s horror flick in which a dead child murderer attacks young people through their dreams.
Why It Might Do Well: Freddy Krueger has been scaring the crap out of folks for nearly three decades so he's recognizable to a wide audience, and Jackie Earle Haley adds his own brand of creepy to the character.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Horror remakes are far from a sure bet.
Number of Theaters: 3,150
Prediction: $38 million After this lackluster weekend I'm betting Elm Street will convince folks to spend some of their hard-earned dollars. Here's my prediction.
1. A Nightmare on Elm Street
2. How to Train Your Dragon
3. Furry Vengeance
4. The Back-Up Plan
5. Date Night

Hats off to Vera this week for leading the pack, and being the only one of us to score in double digits. Here's how we all did:
1. Vera: 10
2. Leslie: 8
2. moremovies85: 8
3. Sebastian: 7
3. English Gavz: 7
3. Matt: 7
4. greatone: 6
5. EngagingCulture: 5
5. bob: 5
5. Eric: 5
5. WJDR: 5
5. Brandon: 5
5. KyleKyle: 5
5. patronofchaos: 5
5. Robocop's Credit Card: 5
6. Mike: 4
6. Smiggy: 4

Post your predictions for the top five movies in the comments section below before 5:00PM Eastern Time 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.