Somewhat unsurprisingly, Sacha Baron Cohen's excellent gay-'em-up Bruno
did unspeakable things to the box office, 'coming' in first place with a decent $30 million, just $4 million more than Borat
managed - although the previous film went on to gross over $250 million worldwide, so it's all still to play for.
Second place went to Ice Age 3: Merchandising Oportunities
, which pulled in a further $28 million, total gross now $120 million. Third was Transformers: Racism is Cool, Okay?
with another $24 million, bringing it's total up to a staggering $330 million
- maybe Michael Bay will be able to pay us all to forget it ever happened with his slice of that pie. This makes Transformers: Seriously, Did Anybody Draft This?
the most profitable movie of the year so far.Public Enemies
smashed into fourth with only $14 million, totalling at $66 million. Fifth and sixth place went, amazingly, to The Proposal
and The Hangover
, which made $10 and $9 million respectively, with totals of $100 million and $220 million. Incredible.
The other major new film, Fox's I Love You Beth Cooper
crashed and burned into seventh place with $5 million.
1 - [N] Bruno
2 -  Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
3 -  Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
4 -  Public Enemies
5 -  The Proposal
6 -  The Hangover
7 - [N] I Love You Beth Cooper
8 -  Up
9 -  My Sister's Keeper
10 -  The Taking of Pelham 123