Acclaimed new Disney/Pixar movie CARS has raced to the top of the US box office, despite horror remake The Omen getting a head start. The animated film, which features the voices of Owen Wilson, Paul Newman and Bonnie Hunt, took in $62.8 million (GBP34.9 million) during its opening weekend, according to studio estimates. It marked the third-biggest take for the Walt Disney/Pixar team - behind The Incredibles and FINDING NEMO - and toppled romantic comedy THE BREAK-UP, which debuted at number one last week (04JUN06). The Omen was released on Tuesday (06JUN06) and became the biggest Tuesday-release movie of all time, taking in more than $12 million (GBP6.6 million) in its opening day, but it failed to do big business over the weekend and has debuted at four with $15.4 million (GBP8.5 million). The horror remake's total gross for it's six-day week is a healthy $35.7 million (GBP19.8 million). The only other new entry in the US box office top 10 is film-maker Robert Altman's all-star movie A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION - the critically-acclaimed film starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline and Lindsay Lohan made $4.7 million (GBP2.6 million) in its opening weekend.