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American audiences will get their first look Friday at "Lost in the Thailand," the low-brow comedy that has become the highest-grossing Chinese film ever. The mini-budgeted "Lost in Thailand" -- it cost less than $5 million to produce -- has taken in more than $201.9 million since its mid-December debut in China.  It was that country's highest-grossing film in 2012, easily outperforming the 3D re-release of "Titanic," which was second with $58 million. It will premiere in North American on 29 theaters via AMC. The success of "Lost in Thailand" in its »


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