Hannah who? OK, not only did the Hannah Montana movie surprise me and most of the participants in last week's competition, but it broke the record for a film opening on Super Bowl weekend (previously held by the 2006 remake of When a Stranger Calls) as well as the record for the smallest number of theaters for a film debuting at number one. This was aided in part by the fact that most venues were charging $15 per ticket, but the teen concert flick still raked in more than twice as much as The Eye which took second. 27 Dresses held third place for the second week running. Here's the rundown:

1. Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert: $29 million.
2. The Eye: $13 million.
3. 27 Dresses: $8.4 million.
4. Meet the Spartans: $7.3 million.
5. Rambo:$7.1 million

There's not much in the way of genre diversity this week as all three new flicks are comedies, though admittedly three different kinds of comedy.

Fool's Gold

What's It All About: A surf bum turned treasure hunter (Matthew McConaughey) attempts to reconcile with his his estranged wife (Kate Hudson) as the two embark upon a search for a fabulous treasure that was lost at sea in 1715.
Why It Might Do Well: These two strong leads are joined by Donald Sutherland and Alexis Dziena (who had a particularly memorable show stopping scene in Broken Flowers) making for a cast worth seeing. McConaughey and Hudson starred together in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, which made $177 million worldwide, so the folks who saw that one may come back for more.
Why It Might Not Do Well: The trailer makes this seem like a retread of Romancing the Stone and rottentomatoes.com is giving this a mere 7%.
Number of Theaters: 2,700
Prediction: $20 million

Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights - From Hollywood to the Heartland

What's It All About: Concert film shot during a thirty day tour in which Vince Vaughn emceed a group of "renegade" comics, also including footage shot behind the scenes.
Why It Might Do Well: Well, Hannah Montana proved a concert film with a small release can kick some butt, so why not this one? That was a joke, people.
Why It Might Not Do Well: I still haven't forgiven Vaughn for the dreadful The Break-Up, and I may not be the only one holding a grudge.
Number of Theaters: 800
$6 million