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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Chris Aronson
Bella Swan, James Bond and Abe Lincoln have combined to lift Hollywood to record Thanksgiving revenue at the box office.
Critics don't like "Taken 2," but Liam Neeson's action sequel has proved twice the hit among fans as the original movie was.
Hollywood studios are aligning in a rare show of solidarity to give their weekend box-office reporting a rest because of the shootings in Colorado at a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
With Batman lurking, the prehistoric critters of "Ice Age: Continental Drift" ran off with the box office, earning $46 million in their opening weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Circus animals and space beasts have lifted Hollywood to a huge weekend.
Movie fans have chosen real violence over the slapstick variety as "The Hunger Games" held off "The Three Stooges" to remain the No. 1 weekend movie.
Some unknown kids with superpowers have nudged out the actor who plays the world's most famous teen wizard at the weekend box office.
Kate Beckinsale is back with a vengeance, with her latest "Underworld" movie opening at No. 1 this weekend.
Hollywood has more tricks in its bag than ever with digital 3-D and other new film tools. Yet as the images on screen get bigger and better, movie crowds keep shrinking _ down to a 16-year low as 2011's film lineup fell well short of studios' record expectations.
Sherlock Holmes is facing his worst enemy: declining crowds at theaters as this year's domestic movie attendance dips to the lowest in 16 years.
Hollywood's holidays are off to a dreadful start: Fewer people went to the movies the last two weekends than during the box-office hush that followed the Sept. 11 attacks 10 years ago.
Rebellious apes have held off Southern maids for a narrow win at the weekend box office.
Apes have climbed to the top rung of the weekend box office.
Young X-Men don't have the same box-office superpowers as their older selves.
The latest chapter in "The Chronicles of Narnia" saga has sailed to the top of the weekend box office, though the franchise sank to a weak debut compared to the first two movies.
'Life of Pi,'
"This is a marketplace that has something for everyone," said Chris Aronson, head of distribution for 20th Century Fox.