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From Kate Holbrook and Angie Ostrowski of 'Baby Mama' to Inspector Lee and Detective James Carter of 'Rush Hours', here is the top ten unlikely duo ever hitting the big screen.
"Shrek the Third" replaces "Spider-Man 3" as the No.1 movie on the chart in its debut, putting an end to the latter's two-week reign.
Easily capturing most attention from audience, "Spider-Man 3" racks up an outstanding income of $148 million to soar as the new champ of chart.
"Disturbia" remains unmoved from its last-week position on the first place of the chart in its third run.
Matt Damon is trying to save the planet with website GreenDimes.com, an organization attempting to halt the tons of junk mail delivered to American homes.
Rumors concerning Queens of the Stone Age joining Roskilde Festival is confirmed true by the band.
Peeping-Tom thriller "Disturbia" comes out again as the No. 1 movie in its second three-day run on the weekend domestic box office beginning April 20, 2007.
Oscar's best picture nominee "Little Miss Sunshine" was deemed the Outstanding Film-Wide Release at the 18th annual GLAAD Media Awards held in L.A. Saturday night, April 14, 2007.
Newly-released thriller "Disturbia" goes right to the top slot of the chart, pushing aside "Blades of Glory" to number two in turn.
Paramount Pictures' figure-skating farce "Blades of Glory" continues to seat atop the chart despite the coming of several promising new flicks in the competition.
Sports comedy "Blades of Glory" debuts high at $33 million to take over the top slot from "TMNT" on weekend box office ended April 1, 2007.
Will Ferrell and Jon Heder might join Will Arnett and Amy Poehler in "Blades of Glory," says The Hollywood Reporter