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Hannah Montana Movie breaks records at the box office opening weekend!



In her second outing on the big screen, Miley Cyrus ruled the box office again as Disney's "Hannah Montana: The Movie" charmed $17.1 million fans on Friday.

Not only did the film's opening day beat out the $8.7 million first day of last year's "Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour," "Hannah Montana: The Movie" also posted an all-time record for a G-rated live action opener ever, inching out the $17 million earned by Disney's "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" last fall on its first Friday. "Hannah Montana: The Movie" was released in 3,118 theaters yesterday.

"Hannah Montana: The Movie" also charted the second best Friday opening for a feature film released during the Easter weekend, ranking behind 2006's "Scary Movie 4" ($19 million). In addition, the Disney movie was the second-highest opening for a family film (PG or G-rated) released prior to the summer movie season, outperforming the first Friday of Paramount-DreamWorks' "Monsters vs. Aliens" ($16.8 million) and slotting behind Fox's 2006 toon "Ice Age: The Meltdown" ($21.8 million).

Miley Cyrus will begin work soon on another Disney film titled "The Last Song", written by Nicholas Sparks. Principal photography begins summer, 2009 and will run through late August, 2009. The filming locations will be in Savannah, Georgia and other nearby coastal locales, Julie Anne Robinson (Pushing Daisies, Grey's Anatomy, Samantha Who, Coming Down the Mountain) will direct. The film centered on a rebellious young woman who is sent to spend the summer with her estranged father.