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With only around $20 million opening cume, the R-rated film starring Natalie Portman beats out the action superhero movie which drops about 46 percent in ticket sales.
Seth Rogen reveals producers tracked down Van Williams who portrayed the superhero in the 1960s TV show, but he was having a medical operation.
The superhero movie rakes in an estimated $34 million which marks the second-best opening ever for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
The actor says his character of Britt Reid is developed as a male Paris Hilton and the filmmakers were looking at children of people who have accomplished great things.
The two hit the green carpet of the January 10 screening, joined by co-star Jay Chou as well as director Michel Gondry.
The depicter of chief criminal Benjamin Chudnofsky is seen plotting to kill some guys in gory ways and exploding a bar.
Kato comes to Britt's rescue when he is about to be attacked by some armed men, and the duo is involved in a street chase with police.
Realizing that he has not done anything good in his life, Seth Rogen's Britt pursues Jay Chou's Kato to be his sidekick in fighting the crime in the city.
The vampire-themed movie, which opened Sony Pictures panel, debuted the first trailer which has been made available for viewing pleasure through internet.
On the day packed with panels for superhero, sci-fi and horror genres, Sony Pictures will bring 'The Green Hornet' and action comedy 'The Other Guys'.
The trailer has more scenes showing The Green Hornet and Kato going for actions on the street, but lacks humor.
Not having done anything good in his life, a rich playboy turns into a reckless hero to save the city following his father's death.