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As the horror movie and the action thriller compete for the champion title, 'Avatar' re-release sinks below the top ten.
In the set photos taken on Sunday, August 22, extras are seen rejoicing as they reenact the surrender of the armed forces of Nazi Germany in 1945.
The 'Twilight' spoof which debuted well on Wednesday, August 18 rakes in around twelve million dollars during the weekend, but it does not surpass this week's cume of 'Expendables'.
Having to travel around the world for the film, the actress was worried about leaving her husband and children at home.
The star-studded action movie, which possibly will get a follow-up, debuts on number one at the chart, followed by 'Eat, Pray, Love' starring Julia Roberts.
Spotted on the red carpet without their respective spouses, the on-screen couple paired up at the special screening held on Tuesday, August 10.
The religious group that was against the release of 'The Love Guru', is now backing up 'Eat, Pray, Love' because it portrays the religion well.
Instead of featuring the Pearl Jam singer, the music video contains various scenes from Julia Roberts-starring movie.
Columbia Pictures executives are at joy when the America's Classification and Rating Appeals Board grants the drama a less restrictive PG-13 rating.
The new scenes which can be seen towards the end of the video highlight the moment when the leading lady finds her love in Bali.
Elizabeth Gilbert admits she was 'shaken, amazed, delighted, tearful' when watching her own journey played on the big screen.
Julia Roberts is a happily married woman in the film before starting to question her life and thus deciding to take a journey around the world to look for the balance of eat, pray and love.