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Hunger Games' Box Office Reign Finally Comes to an End

With $357 million (and counting, obviously) to its name, The Hunger Games has fallen from its spot at the top of the domestic box office, which it managed to maintain for four weeks. It brought in a mere $14.5 million this weekend — less than half as much as Think Like a ... More »
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