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After nine days in theaters, "Django Unchained" is on pace to be Quentin Tarantino's highest grossing movie ever. That's right, if the trend holds, the blood-soaked slave-revenge fable will rack up more at the box office than "Pulp Fiction" ($213.9 million worldwide), "Kill Bill Vol. 1" ($180.9 million worldwide), "Kill Bill Vol. 2" ($152.1 million worldwide) and previous record holder, "Inglourious Basterds" ($321.4 million worldwide). Even though "Django Unchained" has only debuted stateside, with $82.4 million through Jan. 2, it is outstripping all of the previous Tarantino movie mash-ups. At a similar »


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