Two more cannon shots were heard around the country this week, as The Hunger Games defeated a pair of widely hyped newcomers to wear the box office crown for the third week in a row.

Neither American Reunion nor Titanic 3D were any match for Katniss and company: the big screen version of Suzanne Collins' novel earned $33.5 million on Friday and Saturday to become the sixth-fastest film to reach $300 in domestic receipts.

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The producers of Bully and the Motion Picture Association of America agreed on a unique compromise to re-release the controversial documentary film as PG-13.

The Weinstein Co., in response to its initial R ratingby the MPAA, made the unusual move of releasing the film in limited release without a rating at all.

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First, Anchorman 2. Now, news of another classic comedy planning an upcoming sequel:

Peter Farrelly confirms to ComingSoon that he will direct Dumb and Dumber 2, a follow-up to the ridiculous, hilarious 1994 film that starred Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. Both will return for the sequel, which Farrelly says starts shooting in September.

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In a casting move that is likely to stir up a bit of controversy, Ashton Kutcher will portray Steve Jobs in an upcoming movie.

The Two and a Half Men star will take on the iconic role of the Apple founder in Jobs, an independent film written by Matt Whiteley and directed by Joshua Michael Stern. It will begin shooting next month.

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It's sort of official: Jack and Jill is the worst movie ever made.

For the first time since its inception, The Razzie Awards - the anti-Oscars, previously held the evening before the Academy Awards - were held on April Fool's Day this year, dishonoring the lamest in cinema from 2011.

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A long-awaited Anchorman sequel has been confirmed by Will Ferrell, in character as Ron Burgundy on Conan! What better way to make an announcement, right?

Clad in his character's signature wine-colored suit, Ferrell appeared on Conan last night to say that he and Paramount came to terms on a sequel to Anchorman.

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