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National Treasure Still Number One

Buena Vistas NATIONAL TREASURE still led the box office for the weekend ended Dec. 5, 2004, with $17M and a cume of $110.1M. Sony/Revolutions CHRISTMAS WITH THE KRANKS moved up a notch to second place, garnering $11.1M and $44.9M thus far. Also moving up a slot to number three was Warner Bros. much maligned THE POLAR EXPRESS, which nonetheless is breaking records as AN IMAX 3D EXPERIENCE. The all-CG Christmas tale earned $10.7M good enough for $96.1M. Disney/Pixars THE INCREDIBLES slowed just a bit, dropping to fourth place with $9M and a whopping cume of $225.8M. Sonys CLOSER debuted very well at number five in limited release with $7.7M. Paramount/Nickelodeons THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE followed in the sixth spot with $7.6M and $68.2M to date. Warner Bros. ALEXANDER (with vfx from Buf and MPC) came in seventh with a very disappointing $4.7M and a two-week cume of $29.6M. Miramaxs FINDING NEVERLAND (with vfx by Double Negative) held the eighth spot with $2.8M and a total of $11.6M. Universals BRIDGET JONES: THE EDGE OF REASON (also with vfx by Double Negative) came in ninth with $2.7M and $36.3M. And Universals RAY settled for 10th with $1.8M and $67.7M. Box office information obtained from