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TOP 10 US

1 (-) Toy Story ($29,140,617) US

2 (1) Goldeneye ($18,110,951) UK

3 (2) Ace Ventura 2 ($13,487,173) US

4 (-) Money Train ($10,608,297) US

5 (-) Casino ($9,946,480) US

6 (3) The American President ($9,713,222) US

7 (4) It Takes Two ($5,156,182) US

8 (5) Get Shorty ($3,387,408) US

9 (-) Nick of Time ($2,781,601) US

10 (8) Home for the Holidays ($1,989,780) US

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The trailers for Disney's new blockbuster, Toy Story, have only just hit UK screens but the American public has already emptied $29,140,617 of their lolly into Uncle Walt's coffers. It's the first entirely computer- animated feature. Ever. Hurrah! Its spectacular opening has dwarfed Martin Scorsese's Casino (right), which reunites the director with Robert De Niro, and is Sharon Stone's first bid for credibility. (All figures denote weekend box-office)

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