As expected, Cronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe dominated the box office this weekend, raking in $67.1 million on an absurd number of screens and (finally) knocking Harry Potter out of the top slot. But it didn't all go according to plan: Stephen Gaghan's oil conspiracy thriller Syriana expanded semi-wide, and landed at number two with $12 million. The pubescent wizard thus had to settle for third place, at which he sits with $10.3 million. Elsewhere: the suddenly incredibly acclaimed Brokeback Mountain made over $100,000 per screen in microrelease, and the strangely buzz-missing Memoirs of a Geisha did almost as well, earning $674,000 on eight screens. Full top ten? Jump.