LOS ANGELES -- Matt Damon has found supremacy at the box office.
Damon's "The Bourne Supremacy," the sequel about the amnesiac assassin he played in "The Bourne Identity," debuted as the top weekend movie with ticket sales of $53.5 million, according to studio estimates yesterday. That was nearly double the opening weekend take of $27.1 million for "Bourne Identity" in summer 2002.
Halle Berry's critically derided comic-book adaptation "Catwoman" opened a distant third with $17.16 million, behind "I, Robot," which took in $22.05 million to lift its 10-day total to $95.4 million.
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" was No. 7 with $5 million, lifting its domestic total to $103.35 million, the first documentary ever to top $100 million.