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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.
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'.
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.
Earning bigger than it was expected, the buddy cop comedy gives lead actor Will Ferrell his second biggest debut after 2006 'Talladega Nights'.
The two are additionally joined by Will Ferrell and Samuel L. Jackson at the special screening of their film in New York City on Monday, August 2.
The vampire-themed movie, which opened Sony Pictures panel, debuted the first trailer which has been made available for viewing pleasure through internet.
The actor admits that the hardest part in his new action comedy is pretending to be upset about shooting the Yankees baseball star because he is actually thrilled about it.
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 video features more reckless actions done by the two cops on the street, beside sharing a saucy scene with Eva Mendes.
Not only they cannot get along with each other, but also the two partnered NYPD detectives often cause trouble when sent for field job.
In the new promotional poster, the two lead actors are seen doing gun-totting actions before then involved in a silly argument.