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- Battlefield 4 Patches Rolling Out Today
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Not that it has anything to do with gaming, but man, it looks like everyone's going crazy for Gravity, the new blockbuster from Warner Bros. The outer space themed Hollywood flick staring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney has blown away competing films during the weekend in North America.
Check out the Weekend Boxoffice (Oct. 4 - Oct. 6, '13)
- Gravity $55.5/$55.5
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 $21.5/$60.5
- Runner Runner $7.6/$7.6 Prisoners $5.7/$47.8
- Rush $4.4/$18.0 Don Jon $4.1/$16.0
- Baggage Claim $4.1/$15.1
- Insidious Chapter 2 $3.8/$74.7
- Pulling Strings $2.5/$2.5
- Enough Said $2.1/$5.3
- Instructions Not Included $1.8/$41.2
- We're the Millers $1.6/$144.9
Meanwhile, the movie is getting high praise from critics and the public.
Wow, that's a 96 score! Haven't seen a score that high for a movie in a while.
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