Not only didn't Date Night win the weekend box-office race as 20th Century Fox had estimated on Sunday, it didn't even come close. The actual winner was Warner Bros.' Clash of the Titans , which finished with $26.7 million, well above the final take for Date Night , which came in at $25.2 million, just edging out Dreamworks's How to Train Your Dragon, which recorded a final gross of $24.9 million to bring its three-week total to $133.4 million. What had appeared to be a neck-and-neck race for fourth place after the estimates were announced on Sunday didn't work out that way either. Why Did I Get Married Too? ended up with $11 million, just as Lionsgate had predicted, but Disney The Last Song , starring Miley Cyrus, fell to $9.83 million in its second week. Overall, ticket sales for the weekend came to $119.3 million, down 5.1 percent from $125.8 million last year.
The top ten films over the weekend, according to final figures compiled by Box Office Mojo (figures in parentheses represent total gross to date) 1. Clash of the Titans, Warner Bros., $26,633,209, 2 Wks. ($110,226,524); 2. Date Night, 20th Century Fox, $25,207,599, (New); 3. How to Train Your Dragon, Paramount/DreamWorks, $24,863,535, 2 Wks. ($133,404,438); 4. Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? , Lionsgate, $11,017,379, 2 Wks. ($48,537,039); 5. The Last Song, Disney, $9,832,326, 2 Wks. ($42,255,196); 6. Hot Tub Time Machine , MGM, $5,431,021, 2 Wks. ($36,969,649); 7. Alice in Wonderland, Disney, $5,301,730, 6 Wks. ($319,009,518); 8. The Bounty Hunter , Sony, $4,215,156, 4 Wks. ($55,916,622); 9. Diary of a Wimpy Kid, 20th Century Fox, $3,979,641, 4 Wks. ($53,636,368); 10. Letters to God, Vivendi, $1,101,204, (New).