Anita Busch is getting a much needed vacation, and so you’ve got Mike Fleming back at the helm of this weekend’s box office. Now, that is a lot like finally getting your tickets to the Raisin In The Sun revival on Broadway, and sitting down to the announcement, “Denzel Washington has the night off, and tonight the role of Walter Lee will be played by his understudy…” Onward. The weekend belongs to the Fox female-driven comedy The Other Woman, which finally knocks Captain America: The Winter Soldier out of the top slot for the first time in four weeks. It proves the continued viability of Bad Teacher star Cameron Diaz in edgy comedies. And while this is a fairly mundane box office weekend before The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hits, there is a milestone that happens this weekend. Frozen will become the sixth Disney release to reach $400M domestic – following Marvel’s The Avengers and Iron Man 3, Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, The Lion King and Pixar’s Toy Story 3. This is rareified territory reached by only 14 other films (not counting those that reached the milestone in re-release).