"Hop" Leaps to the Top of the Box Office

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Russell Brand's new family comedy Hop has jumped to the top of the U.S. box office with an opening weekend $38.1 million take. The Easter-themed movie, in which the British funnyman voices a bunny character, matched the year's best debut... 000_008_858_hop

Russell Brand's new family comedy Hop has jumped to the top of the U.S. box office with an opening weekend $38.1 million take.

The Easter-themed movie, in which the British funnyman voices a bunny character, matched the year's best debut so far – for Johnny Depp's Rango.

Meanwhile, Jake Gyllenhaal's action thriller Source Code debuted at number two with $15.1 million, and horror film Insidious opened at number three.

Last week's number one film, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, fell to four.

Don't forget to check out our exclusive interviews with Russell, Kaley Cuoco, and James Marsden about Hop here. Also check out more of our interview with Kaley about "Big Bang Theory" here.

Top 10:

1. ';Hop,' $38.2 million (3,579 screens), new release
2. ';Source Code,' $15.1 million (2,961), new release
3. ';Insidious,' $13.5 million (2,408), new release
4. ';Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules,' $10.2 million (3,169), $38.4 million total
5. ';Limitless,' $9.4 million (2,838), $55.6 million
6. ';The Lincoln Lawyer,' $7.1 million (2,606), $39.6 million
7. ';Sucker Punch,' $6.1 million (3,033), $29.9 million
8. ';Rango,' $4.6 million (3,134), $113.8 million
9. ';Paul,' $4.3 million (2,550), $31.9 million
10. ';Battle: Los Angeles,' $3.5 million (2,263), $78.5 million

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