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Box Office: Adam Sandler Gets Over Bieber Fever

Photo Courtesy - Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- It turns out laughter is the way to get over a fever -- Bieber fever, that is.

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston's comedy, Just Go With It, barely beat out Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, earning $31 million according to early estimates, to take the top spot at this weekend's box office.

Never Say Never
, a 3D documentary about Bieber's rise to fame, took in just under $30.3 million.

The debut of Elton John's family-oriented take on Romeo and Juliet, Gnomeo & Juliet, grossed a respectable $25.5 million for third, followed by The Eagle, and The Roommate.

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'Just Go With It,' Justin Bieber Film, Others Hit the Big Screen

Photo Courtesy - Sony Pictures Entertainment (NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

-- Just Go With It: Adam Sandler is a plastic surgeon who falls for a schoolteacher who thinks he's married.  As a result, he asks his assistant, played by Jennifer Aniston, to pretend to be his soon-to-be ex-wife.  Model Brooklyn Decker also stars.  Look for a cameo from Nicole Kidman, too.  Rated PG-13.

-- Justin Bieber: Never Say Never: The film chronicles 16-year-old pop star Justin Bieber's rise to fame.  The film is screening in 3D.  Rated G.

-- Gnomeo & Juliet: The latest interpretation of William Shakespeare's classic Romeo and Juliet story casts two animated garden gnomes as star-crossed lovers.  James McAvoy and Emily Blunt voice Gnomeo and Juliet, respectively.  The film is screening in 3D.  Rated G.

-- The Eagle: Channing Tatum is a soldier for the Roman Empire in 140 A.D. who enters enemy territory in Britain in search of his missing father.  Donald Sutherland and Mark Strong also star.  Rated PG-13.

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Sandler and Aniston Not Worried About Bieber Box Office Competition

Photo Courtesy - Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- On Feb. 11, Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston's new comedy Just Go With It will go head to head with the release of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, but the two stars aren't worried.  When asked by MTV News if it was intimidating going up against the Bieber juggernaut, Aniston joked, "Who?" and Sandler quipped, "Nice little kid. He sings. He grew up in front of our eyes. He's a handsome boy."  Dave Matthews, who also stars in Just Go With It, says he expects Bieber to "blow everything out of the water for the next few years."

Sandler has no plans to start a beef with the tween icon. Instead, he'd like to extend The Bieb a helping hand by paying to see his film.  Sander tells MTV News, "We'll go to Justin's movie. We'll show some respect to that kid and his family -- get him some more money," to which Aniston joked, "I hear he's hurting!"

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