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More room at box office table for ‘Hunger Games’
‘Hunger Games’ feeds fan cravings with 2nd box office win
A marquee advertising ''The Hunger Games'' is seen at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square Theatre in New York March 22, 2012. The film is based on the popular young adult book series by Suzanne Collins.
Credit: Reuters/Allison Joyce (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
Sun Apr 8, 2012 12:18pm EDT
(Reuters) - Movie blockbuster "The Hunger Games" topped U.S. and Canadian box office charts for a third straight weekend, holding off fresh competition from a 3D remake of "Titanic" and comedy sequel "American Reunion."
"Hunger Games" pulled in an estimated $33.5 million from Friday through Sunday, distributor Lions Gate Entertainment Corp said.
Studio estimates showed "American Reunion" rung up $21.5 million and finished second. "Titanic 3D" sailed into third place with $17.4 million.
"American Reunion" was released by Comcast Corp's Universal Pictures. Paramount Corp, a division of Viacom Inc, distributed "Titanic 3D."
(Reporting By Lisa Richwine; Editing by Bill Trott)
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