PHILADELPHIA (CBS)The Jungle Book was a tiger at the box office. The latest movie version of the Rudyard Kipling classic, The Jungle Book, raced to a runaway first-place finish, earning an estimated $103-million on its initial weekend of release, the second-highest April opening in film history.

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In second place was the second comedy sequel, Barbershop: The Next Cut, with Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer. It took in a respectable $20-million on its first weekend.

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That dropped last weekend’s leader, the comedy holdover, The Boss, to the third slot with a total of $10-million. The weekend’s other debuting attraction — the Kevin Costner crime thriller, Criminal – earned a modest $6-million, good for a sixth-place finish.

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Overall, industry-wide totals far surpassed those of last weekend and the same weekend last year.