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Bull's-eye Round 19: Results

See which movies, TV, and music topped the charts -- and compare the results with your own predictions in our weekly game

Image credit: Tyler Perry's Madea Family Reunion: Alfeo Dixon

''Kidz'' should be seen and not heard? Tell it to the parental and prepubescent CD buyers who threw an Arctic Monkey-wrench into Box-Office Bull's-eye Round 19: Only 43 of 609 pop-culture prognosticators imagined Kidz Bop 9 turning the Billboard 200 into a Kindergarten of Eden. But then Kidz do tend to grab the center of attention at a Family Reunion — and more than 40% of you correctly picked Madea to be the host with the most at the weekend box office. (Meanwhile, The Pink Panther dug its claws into the No. 3 spot, making ''None of the Above'' another tricky correct answer there.) While no Round 19 player got a perfect score, we're glad to see tot rock's sudden ascendancy didn't catch everyone napping: Gold stars on the homework done by Steve Grundt, Cody Hightower, Scott Sorensen, Chris Bosma, Inbar Gilboa, Kristin Schoener, and Ben Ernst, who all went 6-for-7 during a tough week. Check back here next week to find out if they — and you — expected Madea to hold off four newcomers on Oscar weekend, and whether Kid Rock finally outsells kid rock in Round 20.

Here are the correct answers for Box Office Bull's-eye, round 19:

MOVIE QUESTIONS (Feb. 24 - 26)

1. What movie will be NUMBER ONE at the box office this weekend?
''Date Movie'' (Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Griffin)
''Eight Below'' (Paul Walker, Jason Biggs)
''Freedomland'' (Samuel L. Jackson, Julianne Moore)
''Running Scared'' (Paul Walker, Chazz Palminteri)
''Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion'' (Tyler Perry, Blair Underwood) -- CORRECT
None of the above

2. What movie will be NUMBER TWO at the box office this weekend?
''Date Movie'' (Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Griffin)
''Eight Below'' (Paul Walker, Jason Biggs) -- CORRECT
''Freedomland'' (Samuel L. Jackson, Julianne Moore)
''Running Scared'' (Paul Walker, Chazz Palminteri)
''Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion'' (Tyler Perry, Blair Underwood)
None of the above

3. What movie will be NUMBER THREE at the box office this weekend?
''Date Movie'' (Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Griffin)
''Eight Below'' (Paul Walker, Jason Biggs)
''Freedomland'' (Samuel L. Jackson, Julianne Moore)
''Running Scared'' (Paul Walker, Chazz Palminteri)
''Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion'' (Tyler Perry, Blair Underwood)
None of the above -- CORRECT

4. How much will ''Madea's Family Reunion'' earn during its first weekend in theaters? (Round your estimate to the nearest tenth.)
$10 million or less
$10.1 million to $15 million
$15.1 million to $20 million
$20.1 million to $25 million
$25.1 million to $30 million -- CORRECT
$30.1 million or more

WILD CARD QUESTIONS

5. On Sunday, Feb. 26, NBC will air the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics. Which competing show will get the most viewers that night?
''Cold Case'' (CBS, 8-9 p.m.)
''Dancing With the Stars'' (ABC, 8-10 p.m.) -- CORRECT
''Family Guy'' (Fox, 9-9:30 p.m.)
''The Simpsons'' (Fox, 8-8:30 p.m.)

6. Which CD will rank highest on next week's Billboard 200 albums chart?
Arctic Monkeys' ''Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not''
Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, ''16 Biggest Hits''
Dilated Peoples' ''20/20''
Kidz Bop's ''Kidz Bop 9'' -- CORRECT
Sergio Mendes' ''Timeless'' (featuring the Black Eyed Peas, Justin Timberlake)
Various Artists, ''Madea's Family Reunion'' (soundtrack featuring LL Cool J, Chaka Khan)

7. Which movie will rank highest on this week's DVD rentals chart?
''Just Like Heaven'' (Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo)
''Proof'' (Gwyneth Paltrow, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anthony Hopkins)
''Saw II'' (Donnie Wahlberg, Tobin Bell) -- CORRECT
''Zathura'' (Tim Robbins)

Originally posted Mar 07, 2006