Early estimates suggest that Sony's Guess Who, starring Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac, pulled in $21 million this Easter weekend, enough to make it the highest grossing film of the week. Another broad comedy in its first weekend, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, only earned $17 million - despite the fact that it was released a day early on Thursday. No other new release cracked the Top Ten. In all, it seems it was hardly a fantastic weekend for pictures, a theory confirmed by the fact that Vin Diesel Army-nanny comedy The Pacifier is still in fifth place. Last week's number one, The Ring 2, dropped from first to third place. Notably absent from the top anything was The Passion Recut, the virtually gore-less version of last Easter's smash, which has gone basically unnoticed in its latest incarnation. Meanwhile, Melinda and Melinda sucessfully made the transition from exclusive engagement to limited release, racking up $790,000 on 95 screens in 12 cities.