The hit '80's TV show-turned-movie, "21 Jump Street," opened as the number one weekend movie with $35 million.

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Just like the TV show, two undercover cops, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, pose as high school students looking to bring down a drug ring. The film knocked "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" out of the top spot after staying at number one for two weekends in a row.

"The Lorax," in second place, earned $22.8 million, while Disney's "John Carter" took in $13.5 million.

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