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Box Office: 'Hunger Games' Stays Strong Over 'Cabin In The Woods'

FROM MTV MOVIES: The odds -- and the sweet, sweet money -- are ever in "The Hunger Games''" favor. Director Gary Ross' adaptation of the much loved novel from Suzanne Collins isn't just a critical darling, it's a huge commercial hit as well. "Hunger Games" once again topped the box office over the weekend, making [...]
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