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The weekend's two wide release debuts did battle at the boxoffice, taking the top two spots, studio estimates compiled Sunday revealed, as 20th Century Fox's revenge actioner Man on Fire narrowly defeated Sony/Revolution's body-switching comedy 13 Going on 30. Man on Fire collected an estimated $23 million while 13 Going on 30 took in an estimated $22 million. Last weekend's top title, Miramax's Kill Bill-Vol. 2 dropped to No. 3 with an estimated $10.4 million. Lions Gate's The Punisher also dropped two spots to land at No. 4 with an estimated $6.1 million. Buena Vista's animated Home on the Range held on to fifth place with an estimated $3.5 million. Fox Searchlight's Johnson Family Vacation collected an estimated $3.15 million in sixth place, down from third a week ago. Warner Bros.' Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed was right behind in seventh with an estimated $3.14 million. Sony/Revolution's Hellboy was at No. 8 with an estimated $3 million. Miramax's Ella Enchanted took the ninth spot with an estimated $2.7 million. MGM's Walking Tall rounded out the weekend top 10 with an estimated $2.65 million. Final figures will be released Monday.


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