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Lee Daniels-directed film 'Precious: Based on the Novel PUSH by Sapphire' leads the pack of nominees at NAACP Image Awards as it receives eight nods.
'The Twilight Saga's New Moon' has become the third biggest opening weekend and surpassed the previous November opening record for the fourth 'Harry Potter' film.
The doomsday movie knocks off former champion Michael Jackson's documentary 'This Is It' with 225 million dollars in global ticket sales.
Meanwhile, Lee Daniels' 'Precious: Based on the Novel PUSH by Sapphire' sets a box-office record by taking in almost two million dollars in 18 theaters in four cities.
Dethroning 'Paranormal Activity' at the North American box office, the Michael Jackson's backstage documentary also becomes the highest-grossing concert film worldwide.
The low-budgeted film from writer/director Oren Peli takes over the chart's #1 slot in its second week of wide release, and denies 'Saw VI' of the crowned position.
While 'Paranormal Activity' continues to impress by climbing up one spot at the chart, 'Wild Things' lands the top slot and becomes the best debut for director Spike Jonze.
In the clips for F. Gary Gray's psychological thriller, Gerard Butler confesses of two murders and Viola Davis tells Jamie Fox and Bruce McGill to get the situation under control.
When the man who brutally murdered his wife and daughter is freed by Jamie Foxx, Gerard Butler decides to take justice into his own hands and plots a string of diabolical assassinations.