This was Alice's 3rd week at the box office and she still outdid all the new releases, giving Tim Burton's 3D fantasy $265.4 million to date. Here's the top five:

1. Alice in Wonderland: $34.2 million
2 .Diary of a Wimpy Kid: $22.1 million
3. The Bounty Hunter: $20.7 million
4. Repo Men: $6.1 million
5. Green Zone: $6.1 million

Two new releases this week. An action comedy for the family and an R-rated comedy.

Hot Tub Time Machine
What's It All About: After a hard night of drinking in a ski resort hot tub, four friends find themselves waking up in 1986.
Why It Might Do Well: During one half-hour period on comedy central last night I saw at least five promo spots for this one, so they're definitely getting the word out. You've also got John Cusack in the lead and the trailer suggests this could be a fun flick. And while it's WAY too early to be definitive, with eight reviews counted gives it a 100% Fresh rating.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Some people react badly to all that chlorine.
Number of Theaters: 2,750
Prediction: $24 million

How to Train Your Dragon
What's It All About: 3D animated family action comedy in which a young viking named Hiccup learns that dragons aren't the horrible creatures his people have always imagined them to be.
Why It Might Do Well: People seem to love the 3D, and this is from the studio that gave us Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. Also, like Hot Tub Time Machine, it gets a 100% Fresh rating at, although only 13 reviews are in at the moment.
Why It Might Not Do Well: A dragon ate my schnauzer Gertrude and I'm not ready to forgive.
Number of Theaters: 3,000
Prediction: $52 million