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The seventh installment of the horror movie franchise knocks off 'Paranormal Activity 2' in its first week.
After breaking R-rated midnight record on Friday, the 'Paranormal Activity' sequel sets new record for the largest three-day opening for a horror film.
Despite supported by A-listers, the action movie only collects half of the documentary's opening gross.
Doing the stunt is Johnny Knoxville with his co-stars cheering him after he lands on hard soil.
At the world premiere on October 11, Johnny Knoxville and his friends posed with a background of pictures of the film scenes.
Beside the already seen stunts, other dangerous acts done by the film's cast are also captured in these one-sheets.
A giant fake hand launched on Bam Margera is one of the pranks that is going to be seen in the movie.
Such dangerous stunts as a fish punched to the face and 'Duck Hunt' inspired human target practice are shared in the trailer.
While the first picture of the 3-D documentary flick is officially released by Paramount, the look at the villain of the horror thriller is gotten from Sony booth at the Comic Con.
Beside announcing the release date for the film, Paramount Pictures has also informed that the production will be kicked off in late January 2010.