'Think Like A Man' has finally ended 'The Hunger Games' reign on the top of the U.S. Box Office charts, after preventing the sci-fi phenomenon from going top for a fifth week in a row. 'Think Like A Man' is based on Steve Harvey's dating advice book, reports BBC News, and has struck a chord with the American public who flocked in their droves to see it. Whilst it's not approached anywhere near the figures 'The Hunger Games' commanded in its first week, the film still took a tidy $33.5 million according to studio estimates - more than double what experts had predicted.

'The Hunger Games' in fact fell quite far this week after a storming opening run. It now sits in third place having taken $14.5 million putting its complete takings in the US at a non-too-shabby $356.9 million in total and a mighty $573 million worldwide. It was beaten to second spot this weekend by the Zac Efron starring 'The Lucky One,' which took $22.8 million after a successful promotional campaign that saw Efron stun many with his newly improved buff physique - a far cry from the waif that graced 'High School Musical.'

In fourth place sits Disney nature documentary 'Chimpanzee' with takings of $10.2 million whilst rounding out the top five was 'The Three Stooges,' taking $9.2 million in its second week.