There was some rearranging of movies at the box office thisweekend, though none of the new movies premiered in the Top3. “Moneyball” and “Dolphin Tale” were able to beat the box officeslump last weekend, but none of the new movies were able to unseatthem this weekend in theaters. “Dolphin Tale” actually moved upfrom No. 3 to take the top spot at the box office this weekend, earning $14.2million, while “Moneyball” stayed in second place with $12.5million. “The Lion King” fell from No. 1 to No. 3, but stillmanaged to get another $11.1 million, adding nearly $80 million toits re-release take. The new movies made up most of the rest of the Top 10, three ofthem battling it out with about $8 million earnings. “50/50″ isestimated to come out on top of the new movies with an $8.9 millionweekend. “Courageous” came out in the least amount of theaters ofthe four new movies, but it still snagged fifth place with $8.8million. “Dream House” opened in sixth place with $8.2 million, while”What’s Your Number?” wasn’t really in the running, getting only$5.6 million its opening weekend, despite being the movie with thewidest release. “Abduction” had claimed seventh place with about the same amount ofmoney “What’s Your Number?” received, while “Contagion” and “KillerElite” rounded out the Top 10. It doesn’t seem like a great way to start October, though I have tosay the last two weekends where I’ve seen a matinee movie (“TheDebt” last week and “The Help” this weekend), there were still morepeople than I usually see in the first showing of the day. We’llhave to see if any of October’s offerings are enough to break thedry spell at the box office. Considering more new TV shows are coming out this month (and someof us are emotionally recuperating every week after “Supernatural”)it may take a bit to get audiences off the couch and intotheaters. Naomi Creason is a reporter at The Sentinel. She enjoys trackingmovies and, of course, watching them. You can reach her .