Tim Burton's 3D fantasy adventure, starring Johnny Depp, not only dominated domestically but worldwide, with an estimated $210 million. The film is slated to become the highest-grossing first quarter opener, as well as the all-time highest three-day, non-holiday for a non-sequel film in the US.
The second debut this week comes from Brooklyn's Finest, starring Wesley Snipes and Ethan Hawke, at number two with $13.5 million.
Leonardo DiCaprio's Shutter Island slips from the top spot to number three with $13.3 million.
Valentine's Day surpasses the $100 million mark after four weeks in release. The rom-com landed at number eight with $4.2 million.
Jeff Bridges's Crazy Heart takes the ninth spot, while Dear John lands at number ten.
The US box office top ten in full:
1. (-) Alice In Wonderland (2010) - $116,300,000
2. (-) Brooklyn's Finest - $13,500,000
3. (1) Shutter Island - $13,300,000
4. (2) Cop Out - $9,145,000
5. (4) Avatar -$7,700,000
6. (3) The Crazies - $7,016,000
7. (5) Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief - $5,100,000
8. (6) Valentine's Day - $4,270,000
9. (10) Crazy Heart - $3,350,000
10. (7) Dear John - $2,850,000