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Mel Gibson has failed to win over cinema-goers with his comeback role in 'The Beaver' - the movie has been dubbed a box office flop after scoring low opening weekend ticket sales.
Among the potential summer hits, there are some that rely on their comedic takes, including family movie 'Kung Fu Panda 2' and age-restricted film 'The Hangover Part II'.
Expect a heavy competition between Lynne Ramsay's school-shooting drama and Paolo Sorentino's Sean Penn-starring movie.
Recalling a mishap during her latest film 'The Beaver', the director-actress admitted she has sent a string of apology notes to Gibson after he hit his head with a prop lamp in the movie.
The movie directed by Jodie Foster had once been shelved due to his domestic violence case and this time it's set to hit theaters on May 6.
The DVD containing the final cut of the upcoming film was missing from the actor's house on Wednesday, January 26.
The drama comedy is scheduled to have its world premiere on March 16 during the festival which runs from March 11-19 in Austin, Texas.
The family man somehow gets his spirit back after finding a dumped beaver hand puppet, but people close to him want only himself without the beaver.
The movie, that will see Gibson running around town with a beaver puppet attached to his hand, is targeted for 2011 spring release.