For the 900th time in a row, the weekend box office numbers confirm that everyone everyone everyone hates Kirsten Dunst. Her movie "Marie Antoinette" opened at number 8, making just $1.9 million on Friday and $2 million on Saturday. It only opened on 859 screens, but still brought in what LA Weekly calls a "disappointing $6,170 per screen average". It cost roughly 40 million to make, meaning it will need to gross at least 80 million to clear a profit (the theater gets 50 cents of every dollar in revenue). "The Prestige" opened at number one, bringing in 14.5 million, "The Departed" was number 2 making 13.6 for a total of 77.1 million, and "Flags of our Fathers" opened at a disappointing number 3 with 10 million. The "Texas Chainsaw" prequel added 1.4 million to its 35 million dollar total, which is the smoothest transition I could think of to get away from Kirsten's fug ass and put up a clip of "Texas Chainsaw" star Diora Baird, whose giant breasts helped land her a leading role in the movie and in my heart. But is a kick ass rack enough to earn roles on television and in movies? According to me and whatever sexual predator designed the outfit she has on here, the answer is clearly yes.