Roadshow's Troyhad no trouble maintaining its title as the most popular film at the box officefor the second consecutive weekend and UIP's Van Helsing held on to second place but three of the next fourspots in the chart were occupied by new releases.

They were Columbia TriStar's You Got Served, which took a surprising NZ$193,483 given it wasonly on 14 screens, UIP's Win A Date WithTad Hamilton!, which grossed NZ$154,796 from 39 screens, and Hoyts' House Of 1,000 Corpses, which soldNZ$75,971 worth of tickets to 38 screens. BVI/Miramax's Starsky & Hutch, in its fifth week, separated the Date film from the Corpses.

The only other new face in the chart was Elephant, which was on previews. TheEssential title took NZ$19,288 from only five screens and claimed the 15thspot.