LOS ANGELES, April 15 (UPI) -- "The Hunger Games" won the top U.S. box office spot for the fourth weekend in a row with $21.5 million in receipts.
"Games" stars Jennifer Lawrence and an ensemble cast.
"The Three Stooges," from the Farrelly brothers, was No. 2 with $17 million, "nyuk, nyuk, nyuk."
All studio estimates of gross U.S. receipts are via Box Office Mojo.
"The Cabin in the Woods" was third with $14.85 million; "Titanic 3D" fourth with more than $11.62 million; "American Reunion" fifth with $10.7 million; "Mirror Mirror" sixth with $7 million; "Wrath of the Titans" seventh with more than $6.9 million; "21 Jump Street" eighth with $6.8 million; and "Lockout" ninth with $6.25 million.
"Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" was 10th with $3.02 million.
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