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Your Daily Fix Of Oscar: 10/11/10

11 October 2010 12:16 PM, PDT | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Erc Box Office: Jeff Bock confirms that awards-hopeful “The Social Network” took first place at the box office for the second week in a row, adding $15.5 million — or only 31% less than its opening weekend — to bring its cumulative gross to $46 million. The Katherine Heigl rom-com “Life As We Know It” came in second with $14.6 million, and “Secretariat,” the Disney horse drama targeted at middle America, rounded out the top three with a disappointing $12.6 million take. “Inside Job,” a doc about the financial crisis tha’s now in limited release, had the highest per-theater average of any release, bringing in $21,000 on each of two screens in New York.

Movies and Other Things: Julian Stark wonders if “Secretariat” still stands a chance as “a major Oscar player” following its aforementioned commercial setback. He speculates, “Disney might decide against pouring money into a campaign that might not get the film so far anyway, »

- Scott Feinberg

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