Final box-office figures for the June 5 weekend show that Disney/Pixar's 3-D animated Up came in second place, with $44.3 million, behind The Hangover, which drew bigger audiences than previously projected, the Associated Press reported.
Sunday studio estimates had Up edging The Hangover by about $1 million, which would have made it the first film of the year to place first two weekends in a row. That turned out not to be so.
It's rare that the first- and second-place movies on Sunday flip-flop when final numbers come out Monday. But strong attendance Sunday allowed The Hangover to pull ahead, the AP reported.
Land of the Lost opened in third place, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Up dropped just 35 percent for the June 5 weekend, raising its 10-day domestic box office to an estimated $137.3 million.
Land of the Lost opened with a disappointing $19.5 million.
Drag Me to Hell, meanwhile, saw its box office fall 53 percent in its second weekend of release, to about $7.3 million, to take seventh place, with a total so far of $28.5 million.
Angels & Demons added $6.5 million in its fourth weekend, for a total of about $116.1 million domestically and $409 million globally, the year's best.
Star Trek remained strong in fifth place, with about $8.4 million for the weekend, raising its domestic total to $222.8 million, the best domestic take of the year so far.
Terminator Salvation, meanwhile, dropped to sixth place from third, with about $8.18 million for the weekend and a total of $105.5 million domestically so far.