May 15, 1998 12:00 AM

“Hannibal” is hungry no more. His two-week-old screen exploits, starring Anthony Hopkins, became the first movie of 2001 to hit $100 million at the box office, a feat it accomplished last weekend. Actually, the cannibal’s tally stands at 104 million — dollars, that is. Chris Rock also has reason to go out and feast: His “Down to Earth,” a remake of Warren Beatty’s 1978 “Heaven Can Wait” (itself a remake of 1941’s “Here Comes Mr. Jordan”), debuted in the No. 2 spot. Oscar nominees “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” “Traffic,” “Cast Away” and “Chocolat” clutched to the Top 10 this weekend, too. According to studio estimates:

1. “Hannibal,” $30 million
2. “Down to Earth,” $17.5 million
3. “Recess: School’s Out,” $10.8 million
4. “Sweet November,” $10.6 million
5. “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” $8.8 million
6. “Traffic,” $6.5 million
7. “The Wedding Planner” $5.7 million
8. “Cast Away,” $5 million
9. “Chocolat,” $4.8 million
10. “Saving Silverman,” $4.3 million

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