Last week's new releases all did unimpressive numbers allowing How to Train Your Dragon to grab the top spot during its fifth week of release. Here's the top five:

1. How to Train Your Dragon: $15.4 million
2. The Back-Up Plan: $12.2 million
3. Date Night: $10.4 million
4. The Losers: $9.4 million
5. Kick-Ass: $9.3 million

Furry Vengeance
What's It All About: Family comedy in which a real estate developer receives the titular comeuppance from a group of woodland creatures.
Why It Might Do Well: Who doesn't enjoy the anthropomorphic shenanigans of movie animals?
Why It Might Not Do Well: Unfortunately the animals aren't the problem. Brendan Fraser appears to be playing his standard befuddled lead in a family/action flick that we've seen how many times now?
Number of Theaters: 2,800
Prediction: $8 million

A Nightmare on Elm Street
What's It All About: Remake of the classic 80s horror flick in which a dead child murderer attacks young people through their dreams.
Why It Might Do Well: Freddy Krueger has been scaring the crap out of folks for nearly three decades so he's recognizable to a wide audience, and Jackie Earle Haley adds his own brand of creepy to the character.
Why It Might Not Do Well: Horror remakes are far from a sure bet.
Number of Theaters: 3,150
Prediction: $38 million