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The Hunger Games Continues Its Box Office Reign

For the fourth consecutive weekend, The Hunger Games has managed to take down its competition, and with the $21 million it made this past weekend, the film has grossed a total of $337.1 million. The Farrelly brothers' The Three Stooges came in second with $17.1 million, followed by cerebral horror flick Cabin in the Woods with $14.9 million, which were both in their first weekend of release.
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