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'Rises of the Planet of the Apes' claims the coveted Best Science Fiction Film award, while 'Super 8' brings J.J. Abrams in winning the Best Director prize.
While the J.J. Abrams-helmed film claims the first spot by grossing $37 million, 'Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer' debuts at number seven with $6.3 million.
With 12.2 million dollars in Friday Box Office income, the JJ Abrams-produced sci-fi is set to beat 'X-Men' and 'Hangover 2' for the throne.
The newly-released video provides a scene where a scientist is assaulted by an alien, which possibly broke out of the crashed train in previous trailers.
In addition to the 13-year-old actress, Amanda Michalka, Kyle Chandler, and more hit the special screening which took place at Regency Village Theatre.
Paramount Pictures and Twitter have made it official that people are able to watch the sci-fi adventure flick in about 300 theaters across the U.S. and Canada.
In the new trailer for the sci-fi adventure movie, buildings in the town explode and people get panic when an mysterious thing hits the town.
The video finds the kids trying to shoot their film when a train passes, which unfortunately derails and causes chaos among them.
While the first preview shares a scene where a boy and his friends see a train crash, the second video features a scene where a compartment door is flung to the sky before landing hard on earth.
This last part of Summer Movie Guide offers a more varied option of movies for sci-fi geeks, scary movie fans and drama lovers from J.J. Abrams' 'Super 8' to Terrence Malick's 'Tree of Life'.
With the purchase of 'Portal 2' comes a bonus feature which allows gamers to experience a short moment within the mysterious world of 'Super 8'.
Following a local Deputy's suspicion of a train crash, mysterious things begin to take place in a small Ohio town.