Slump dialectics are sure to kick back into gear once MSM gets word of this weekend's box office numbers. Not only did none of this week's new offerings crack the top slot, but last week's number one film, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, swapped places with another three-week old entry, the perma-second placer The Wedding Crashers. Crashers is turning out to be the sleeper hit of the summer; its $20.5 million in this frame brings its overall three-week gross to $116.1 million, putting it in line to join the very short list of comedies that approach $200 million in domestic gross.

And what of those new releases? Sky High did the best - the family film starring Kurt Russell opened at 3rd with $14.6 million - obviously not great, but not too shabby for a film that probably got half the promotion of the week's other two new releases, Rob Cohen's Stealth (#4 with $13.5 million) and Gary Goldberg's middle-aged internet-dating "comedy" Must Love Dogs (#5 with $13.05 million). The rest of the list shakes out fairly predictably - although it's with a mix of lament and relief that I report that after six weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Smith has finally dropped off the Top Ten. Full results after the jump.