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The boxoffice is a study in contrasts this weekend, with Sony Pictures' cross-dressing comedy White Chicks going up against Michael Moore's media frenzy of a documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 in the final frame before Spider-Man 2 takes over. Chicks, the Wayans brothers' latest farce, should challenge the current front-runner, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, from 20th Century Fox. Chicks, directed by eldest brother Keenen Ivory Wayans, nabbed $4.2 million Wednesday in 2,412 theaters (it expands to 2,726 today), while Dodgeball took in another $4 million in 3,020 theaters the same day.


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