Kill Bill: Volume 2opened on the weekend and claimed the top spot from another BVI/Miramax film, Starsky& Hutch, just as it did in Australia on the previous weekend. KillBill took NZ$364,251 from 32 screens while Starsky & Hutch, inits second weekend on release, snapped at its heels with A$347,516 from 48screens.

In third place was ColumbiaTriStar's 50 First Dates, which took NZ$237,053 from 56 screens on itsthird weekend, and claiming the fourth spot was the only other opener in thechart, Roadshow's Taking Lives, which took NZ123,895 from 34 screensafter a week of previews.