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Top 10 movies of American Boxoffice this week

Following are the top 10 movies at the box office in the United States and Canada during the three days beginning on Sept. 17, led by the new release “The Town,” according to studio estimates compiled on Sunday by Reuters.

1 (*) The Town ………………… $ 23.8 million

2 (*) Easy A ………………….. $ 18.2 million

3 (*) Devil …………………… $ 12.6 million

4 (1) Resident Evil: Afterlife ….. $ 10.1 million

5 (*) Alpha and Omega ………….. $ 9.2 million

6 (2) Takers ………………….. $ 3.0 million

7 (3) The American …………….. $ 2.8 million

8(10) Inception ……………….. $ 2.0 million

8 (6) The Other Guys …………… $ 2.0 million

10 (4) Machete …………………. $ 1.7 million

10 (9) Eat Pray Love ……………. $ 1.7 million

NOTE: Last weekend’s rankings in parenthesis; (*) denotes new release.

CUMULATIVE TOTALS:

Inception …………………. $ 285.2 million

The Other Guys …………….. $ 115.4 million

Eat Pray Love ……………… $ 77.7 million

Takers ……………………. $ 52.3 million

Resident Evil: Afterlife … … $ 44.0 million

The American ………………. $ 32.9 million

Machete …………………… $ 24.3 million

The Town ………………….. $ 23.8 million

Easy A ……………………. $ 18.2 million

Devil …………………….. $ 12.6 million

Alpha and Omega ……………. $ 9.2 million

“The Town” and “Inception” were released by Warner Bros. Pictures, a unit of Time Warner Inc.

“Easy A,” “Resident Evil: Afterlife” and “Takers” were released by Screen Gems, and “Eat Pray Love” and “The Other Guys” by Columbia Pictures. Both are units of Sony Corp.

“Devil” was released by Universal Pictures, and “The American” by Focus Features. Both are units of General Electric Co’s NBC Universal.

“Alpha and Omega” was released by Lionsgate, a unit ofLions Gate Entertainment Corp.

“Machete” was released by 20th Century Fox, a unit of News Corp.

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