Iron Man 2 continued to do strong box office sales during its second weekend, earning an estimated $53 million to fend off the newly opened Robin Hood “prequel,” starring Russell Crowe. Directed by Ridley Scott, Robin Hood (Tribute Viewer Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5) is a darker and more violent look at the legendary figure, and earned $37.1 million domestically, though it did better overseas, with a total $111 million worldwide. Iron Man 2 (Tribute Viewer Rating: 4 stars out of 5) has sold $457 million in global ticket sales to date. Letters to Juliet opened in third with just $13 million in ticket sales, falling below studio expectations, though it ranked high with Tribute viewers, earning 4 stars out of 5. Just Wright starring Queen Latisha, which opened on fewer screens than the other films in the top five, managed to earn $8.5 million and was also popular among Tribute users, who voted it 3.8 stars out of 5. How to Train Your Dragon, which has shown amazing staying power, grossed another $5 million in fifth place in its eighth weekend at the box office, earning the highest Tribute Viewer Rating in the top five with 4.6 stars out of 5. At the Canadian box office, the top three movies were the same, with How to Train Your Dragon coming in fourth and A Nightmare on Elm Street in fifth place.