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LOS ANGELES — Some unknown kids with superpowers have nudged out the world’s most famous teen wizard at the weekend box office.

“Chronicle,” with a cast of unknowns as youths who gain telekinetic abilities, debuted as the No. 1 movie with $ 22 million.

Sunday studio estimates put “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe’s ghost story “The Woman in Black” just behind with a $ 21 million opening.

Both movies packed in solid teen… Continue reading 'Chronicle' Bests Daniel Radcliffe's 'Woman In Black' With $22M

Don’t underestimate vampires and werewolves when they go up against various frogs, pigs, and bears. That’s this weekend’s box office lesson. With no new wide-release movies in theaters, the box office competition was supposed to be a closely fought battle between holdovers ”The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1′ and ”The Muppets,’ but it didn’t end up close at all. ‘Breaking Dawn’ easily defended its crown for a third straight… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'Breaking Dawn' Bests 'Muppets' for Threepeat Victory

Bieber bests Gaga on YouTube, sets record

Justin Bieber’s music video for “Baby” is the most-watched video ever on YouTube. . . The 16-year-old pop star’s video passed Lady Gaga’s “Bad… Continue reading Bieber bests Gaga on YouTube, sets record

Can’t outdo her PokerFacebook! Lady Gaga bested President Barack Obama Friday to become the first living person to score more than 10 million fans on Facebook.For more than a week, Facebook profiles for the US Commander-in-Chief and the quirky pop phenomenon had been locked in a bitter competition to become the first living person to hit [...] Continue reading Lady Gaga Bests Obama In Race To 10 Million Facebook Fans

The Karate Kid has won a 1980s showdown at the box office. The remake of the 1984 film — which starred Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita — rose above lukewarm reviews to finish first at the US weekend box office, trounching the debut of The A-Team.The Karate Kid, which stars Jackie Chan and Will and Jada’s [...] Continue reading “The Karate Kid” Bests “The A-Team” At Weekend Box Office