This weekend was a good one for cartoon chameleons, not so much for fans of the 80s.

Computer animated Rango banked $38 million for an easy number one. While that's only a start against its $135 million budget, it's a far better turn out than that 80s movie enjoyed.

Topher Grace's Take Me Home Tonight only managed to pull in $3.5 million officially giving it the lowest opening for a wide release film for the year so far. The debut was so weak, it didn't even make the top ten, opening at eleventh place just behind month-old Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.

Despite Matt Damon's presence, thriller The Adjustment Bureau settled for a distant second with only $20 million. The bizarre and critically panned Beastly snuck in at third place with $10 million. Despite being a disaster in general, of all the new releases this weekend, with its $17 million budget it has the best chance of turning a profit.

For the full weekend top ten, check out the chart below.

1.
Rango * $38,000,000 Total: $38,000,000 LW: N WR: 1
THTRS: 3,917
2.
The Adjustment Bureau * $20,945,000 Total: $20,945,000 LW: N WR: 1
THTRS: 2,840
3.
Beastly * $10,115,000 Total: $10,115,000 LW: N WR: 1
THTRS: 1,952
4.
Hall Pass $9,015,000 Total: $27,001,000 LW: 1 WR: 2
THTRS: 2,950
5.
Gnomeo and Juliet $6,912,000 Total: $83,694,000 LW: 2 WR: 4
THTRS: 2,984
6.
Unknown $6,620,000 Total: $53,129,000 LW: 3 WR: 3
THTRS: 2,913
7.
The King's Speech $6,501,000 Total: $123,817,000 LW: 8 WR: 15
THTRS: 2,240
8.
Just Go With It $6,500,000 Total: $88,200,000 LW: 5 WR: 4
THTRS: 2,920
9.
I Am Number Four $5,702,000 Total: $46,440,000 LW: 4 WR: 3
THTRS: 2,903
10.
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never $4,325,000 Total: $68,876,000 LW: 6 WR: 4
THTRS: 2,254

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