Lindsay Lohan. Nicole Kidman. Dario Argento's daughter. Witches. Zombies. Talking cars. At this point, I think it's safe to say the barrel of attractions has been scraped, and you simply do not care.

Yes, Batman Begins held on to the top spot at the box office this weekend, earning $26.8 million to bring its total gross to $122 million in just under two weeks. The Nicole Kidman/Will Ferrell meta-debacle Bewitched had a decidedly shrugworthy opening stand, bringing in about $20 million on 3,174 screens. That's an even smaller opening than The Stepford Wives, Kidman's unmistakable com-bomb from last summer. Um, Nic, honey? You have an Oscar. Why do you keep making sitcoms?

This weekend's total box office was 16% down from the same time slot last year, marking an 18th consecutive week of slump. It should be noted that this time last year, Fahrenheit 9/11 opened in first place, to $23 million. That's not quite the Passion-factor, but it's another example of a surprise hit that opened big and had long legs - ultimately skewing the year-to-year comparison game. As far as staying power goes, Mr and Mrs Smith is doing surprisingly well; it landed in third place this weekend with $16.7 million, and it's cumed $125 million in three weeks.

Full top-ten, as always, after the jump.