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Newly-released flick "Happy Feet" opens strong with $42.3 million and snatches the top spot from "Borat" on the weekend box-office ended November 19, 2006.
A leading Kazakh newspaper has considered "Borat" to be this year's best film.
The teaser trailer of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" will make its online debut this Monday, November 20 via the official "Happy Feet" site.
Mel Gibson tops Film Threat's annual "Frigid 50: The Coldest People in Hollywood."
A humiliated etiquette business owner in Alabama named Cindy Streit places a complaint requesting an investigation into the methods used to get her to participate in "Borat."
Offended residents and local officials of a Romanian village named Glod used as the extras in "Borat" have threatened to take a legal action toward the movie's producers.
"Borat" maintains its position on the top slot of foreign box office for weekend ended November 12, 2006.
"Borat" remains unbeatable on the weekend box office competition ended November 12, 2006.
Two college students who participated in "Borat" filed a lawsuit claiming that they were tricked into making boorish onscreen behavior.
There is a possibility that "Borat" will not be screened in Russia after a local government agency reportedly refused to grant permission for the movie to be shown in theaters across the country.
Mockumentary flick "Borat" has replaced "The Devil Wears Prada" to be the highest-grossing movie on weekend international box office of November 3-5, 2006.
"Borat" takes down the top slot of weekend box office ended November 5, 2006 after debuting high with $26.4 million in only 837 theaters.