Jennifer Goes the Distance

It was a happy weekend for Jennifer Lopez and Spike Lee, but a disappointing one for Godzilla. Lopez topped the weekend box office with “The Cell,” a thriller in which she plays a shrink who journeys inside a serial killer’s mind. Director Spike Lee had the No. 2 movie this weekend with his documentary of a comedy concert, “The Original Kings of Comedy.” But “Godzilla 2000,” an import from Japan (where else?), came in at No. 11. Sorry, ‘Zilla. The weekend’s Top 10, according to studio estimates:

1. “The Cell,” $17.2 million

2. “The Original Kings of Comedy,” $11.7 million

3. “Space Cowboys,” $9.9 million

4. “The Replacements,” $7.5 million

5. “What Lies Beneath,” $7.1 million

6. “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps,” $6.4 million

7. “Hollow Man,” $6.1 million

8. “Autumn in New York,” $5.7 million

9. “Coyote Ugly,” $5 million

10. “Bless the Child,” $4.9 million

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