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Summit Entertainment's tsunami survival saga "The Impossible" surged in its second week, taking in $138,750 from 15 theaters. That's a 28 percent rise from last week, when it debuted in the same number of locations, and a solid per-screen average of $12,300. The English-language film from Spain is based on a true story about a family's fight to survive the 2004 tsunami in Thailand.  It stars Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, who received a Best Actress nomination recently from SAG. Also read: 'Django' Beats 'Les Miz" but Can't Catch 'the Hobbit' Summit will go »

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