It would be a shame if the stinging loss the Jonas Brothers suffered at the hands of fellow Disney Channel pop superstar Hannah Montana doesn't give those nice-looking boys an inferiority complex. Still, it's hard not to note how the $12 million debut forJonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experiencecompares to Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: The Best of Both Worlds Tour's $31 million bow. Adding insult to injury, Hannah Montana managed the feat on just under 700 screens, while les freres Jonas had 1,300 to work with. I'm not too up on the trends in tween girl entertainment, so I invite analysis in the comments. I thought the Jonas Brothers were nearly as much of a sensation as Hannah/Miley.

The Jonases did kick the crap out of the aging, ailing Street Fighter franchise, the latest installment of which opened to a powerful $4.65 million (albeit on around 1200 screens). The best part is that, though Fox declined to screen the film for the press (junketeers excepted, natch), it scheduled midnight shows for the film around the country. I was required to attend last Thursday night, and I was one of five people in the theater. Interest in the film may have been wildly overestimated.

The whiffs from Jonas and Street Fighter (relative from Jonas; absolute from Street Fighter) allowed Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail another week atop the box office, despite the hefty 60% second weekend drop typical of the Perry franchise. With a total gross of nearly $65 million, Madea Goes to Jail is already the most lucrative Tyler Perry movie ever.