Another East Coast snow storm, plus the closing weekend attraction of the Vancouver Olympics and a pair of unappealing new movie releases resulted in one of the year's weakest box office weekends. Neither of the newbies -- the Kevin Smith-directed 'Cop Out' or the remake of George Romero's 1973 'The Crazies' -- had sufficient interest to outdraw last weekend's leader, 'Shutter Island.' They barely beat 'Avatar,' which is chugging along in its 11th week.

'Shutter Island,' a suspense thriller that is the latest collaboration of director Martin Scorsese and star Leonardo DiCaprio, sold an estimated $22.2 million worth of tickets, but don't stop the presses: its business dropped more than 50% from its first weekend to the second and it will be blown off the top perch next weekend by Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland.'