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‘Man’ leads domestic movies, ‘Avengers’ big abroad

Romantic comedy "Think Like a Man" easily beat four new films to win the U.S. and Canadian box office race for a second time while superhero movie "The Avengers" stormed into overseas theaters with record-breaking sales.
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