1. GOLD MEDAL

    ‘Hunger Games’ Tops $250M

    Fans line up to see the midnight shows of "The Hunger Games," at the 34th Street Loews AMC Theatre, Thursday, March 22, 2012, in New York. The film, about children who are forced to compete in a live televised death match in the not-too-distant future, is based on the popular young adult book series by Suzanne Collins. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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    Teens and tweens are still flocking to The Hunger Games, leaving this week's debuts in the dust. The film grossed $251 million domestically during the 10 days since its opening, the fastest-ever nonsequel to reach that figure. It raked in $61.1 million in its second weekend. The sequel that expected a much-better release this weekend was Wrath of the Titans, which earned $34.2 million; compared with $61.2 million for its predecessor, Clash of the Titans, two years ago. Julia Roberts’s Snow White rehash, Mirror Mirror, came in at a disappointing $19 million.

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