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Angels Defend BO Crown From Satan's Son Nicky

At this weekend's U.S. box office, CHARLIE'S ANGELS held back the debut of Adam Sandler's LITTLE NICKY, which has the comedian playing the Devil's son. ANGELS kicked in another US$24.61 million. The sexy super-agent flick, with primary visual effects by Flash Film Works, has seduced $75.01 million in just 10 days. LITTLE NICKY, with primary visual effects by VisionArt, Pixel Magic and Rhythm & Hues, had to settle for second with a gross of $16.06 million. Having its release date pushed from the heavy effects laden summer, Warner Bros.' RED PLANET still had a disappointing debut in fifth. The Mars mission, with primary visual effects by Cinesite, Digital Domain, Rhythm & Hues and In Post, grossed only $8.72 million. In sixth, THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE clubbed $6.32 million. The Zen golf saga, with primary visual effects by PDI, dropped 43% from its opening weekend, bringing its cume to $20.9 million. Closing out the top ten, BEDAZZLED bewitched another $2.51 million. The soul selling comedy, with primary visual effects by Rhythm & Hues, has captured $34.63 million to date. LITTLE VAMPIRE just slipped out of the top ten to finish at #11 with a gross of $2.28 million. The Halloween hijinks, with primary visual effects by Santa Barbara Studios, have collected $12.97 million so far. In 17th place, the reissue of THE EXORCIST spun an additional $338,512. The horror classic, with digital clean-up by Pacific Title Digital, has possessed $39.24 million in its second run in theaters. ALMOST FAMOUS rocked in at #18, with a gross of $304,200. The 1970s ode, with primary visual effects by Manex and Pacific Title Digital, has only accumulated $30.95 million. In the 19th slot, CYBERWORLD 3D eye-popped audiences to the tune of $263,569. The Imax spectacle has drummed up $2.18 million thus far. Other animated and special effects laden films finishing in the top fifty were: SCARY MOVIE at #23, with a gross of $210,365 and a cume of $156.8 million; NUTTY PROFESSOR II: THE KLUMPS at #24, with a gross of $180,575 and a cume of $122.9 million; THE PERFECT STORM at #25, with a gross of $176,517 and a cume of $182.3 million; LOST SOULS at #27, with a gross of $165,679 and a cume of $16.71 million; DIGIMON: THE MOVIE at #30, with a gross of $148,293 and a cume of $9.44 million; X-MEN at #32, with a gross of $124,861 and a cume of $157.2 million; T-REX: BACK TO THE CRETACEOUS at #37, with a gross of $98,572 and a cume of $35.22 million; DINOSAUR at #43, with a gross of $74,268 and a cume of $137.5 million; WHAT LIES BENEATH at #45, with a gross of $63,304 and a cume of $154.2 million; and URBAN LEGENDS: FINAL CUT at #46, with a gross of $60,106 and a cume of $21.43 million. Box office figures were obtained on Variety.com.

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