There are four newfilms in the top ten but Fox's The DayAfter Tomorrow, in its second week on release, and Roadshow's Troy, in its fourth week, have held onto the two top spots.

The best of theopeners, BVI's Raising Helen, took$1,353,609 from 199 screens to claim the third spot and Columbia TriStar's The Punisher took $875,581 from 145screens to claim the fourth spot. Following them is UIP's Van Helsing, now in its fifth week.

Then, in the sixthspot, is Dendy's Super Size Me, whichtook $353,746, despite being on only 26 screens. This represents the highestgrossing opening weekend for a documentary in Australia's history.

Hoyts also got afilm in the top ten. A gross of $106,498 from 32 screens was enough to give Intermission the ninth spot. Three othernew faces took the 18th, 19th and 20th positions, being Hopscotch's Twin Sister, Columbia TriStar's Bon Voyage and UIP's Dawn Of The Dead, which was on previews.