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"Superman Returns" topped the event with taking five honors that included those of Best Fantasy Film, Best Actor, and Best Director.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has returned to the top position of the international box office.
Lionsgate has picked up the distribution rights to James Mangold's "3:10 to Yuma."
Columbia Pictures' "Gridiron Gang" has made its way to secure the top spot of weekend U.S box-office with $15 million, according to studio estimates.
MGM will be the distributor of Werner Herzog's "Rescue Dawn" for all North American regions.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has drawn total sum of $1,002.6 billion to officially become only the third film in history to break $1 billion barrier worldwide.
"The Covenant" emerges with $9 million to replace "Invincible" on the top rank of U.S box office of the weekend ended September 10, 2006.
Ben Affleck has been named best actor at the Venice Film Festival for his role in "Hollywoodland."
Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" gained positive remarks from conservatives and critics.
"The Fountain" and other movies have been included to be the participants of the 63rd annual Venice Film Festival.
Focus Features presents a movie about George Reeves, known as Superman on TV of the 1950s.