"How to Train Your Dragon" wins the number one spot at the box office once again
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Published: 4/26/2010 6:20 PM
Print this article "How to Train Your Dragon" may have been released in theaters over a month ago, but the animated fantasy film doesn't show any signs of discontinuing its reign any time soon.
Variety reports that the critically-acclaimed cartoon grossed over $15 million this weekend, reclaiming its number one spot at the box office.
Coming in second place was the Jennifer Lopez romantic comedy "The Back-Up Plan." The movie reportedly grossed $12.3 million.
"The Back-Up Plan" tells the story of Zoe (Lopez), a woman who gives up on meeting Mr Right and becomes artificially inseminated. Soon after that she meets the guy of her dreams, Stan (Alex O'Loughlin).
The film marks Lopez's first lead in a romantic comedy since the 2005 film "Monster-in-Law," in which she costarred alongside Jane Fonda and Michael Vartan.
Lopez also had a hit with the romance "Maid in Manhattan," which was released in 2002. The comedy took in over $150 million worldwide, according to BoxOfficeMojo.com.
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