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"Emperor," the WWII historical drama starring Tommy Lee Jones and Matthew Fox from Roadside Attractions, hit the demographic mark with its $1 million debut weekend.  Roadside targeted older moviegoers with the film, which is about Gen. Douglas McArthur (Jones) and his decision whether to try the Japanese Emperor for war crimes -- including the Emperor's culpability for the attack on Pearl Harbor It averaged $4,010 on on 260 screens, mainly in the top 75 markets. With a grassroots program via the American Legion and a spot on TV's highly rated History Channel show »

- Todd Cunningham

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