According to Warner Bros., the actual weekend number for Inception is $42.7 million.

On Sunday, Warner Bros. estimated that Inception would bring in $43.5 million during its sophomore frame. Now the studio is saying that number is going to be $42.8 million. The official figure is due later today.

Even if Inception didn't live up to the estimate, that's still only a 32% drop from its debut weekend. The film's domestic cume is $143 million and it brought in an estimated $56.7 million abroad.

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Monday (7/26) Update: In the latest tape, Gibson brings Oksana Grigorieva's ex-lover Timothy Dalton into his tirade. You can listen here.

Tuesday (7/20) Update: Things keep getting worse for Mel Gibson. The actor comes off as unhinged yet again in the latest tape to be released. A sample of the argument between him and Oksana Grigorieva:

Oksana: You're acting as a crazy man right now and you have been for many, many months. And you hit me, and you hit her (Lucia, their daughter) while she was in my hands! Mel, you're losing your mind. You need medication.

Mel: You need a f***ing kick up the a** for being a b***h, c**t, gold digging whore! With a p*ssy son! And I want my child, and no one will believe you! So f**k you!"

You can listen to the full tape here.

Thursday Update: In his latest rant, Gibson vents about the amount of money he spent on Grigorieva, calling her a b***h, a c**t and a whore.

Wednesday Update: has released the fourth installment of the audio tape that is getting Mel Gibson into a lot of trouble. The new segment features Gibson threatening to burn down Oksana Grigorieva's house. Lister here.

Tuesday Update: The tapes just keep coming. has obtained yet another tape of Mel Gibson berating Oksana Grigorieva.


Mel Gibson's latest PR disaster continues now that a new tape has been released of the actor berating Oksana Grigorieva, the mother of one of his children. The nearly 8-minute long tape includes threats, insults and other statements that show Gibson's darker side.

WARNING: The audio segment contains harsh language. You can listen here.



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Thanks to the strong performance of such films as Inception, Valentine's Day and Clash of the Titans, Warner Bros. has hit the $1 billion mark domestically for the 10th consecutive year. They are the only studio to pull that off 10 years in a row. Paramount and 20th Century Fox have already reached that plateau in 2010.

The studio still has an impressive bunch of films slated for release this year including Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, Life As We Know It, Due Date and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I.

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July 23rd: is reporting that Mark Ruffalo has reached a deal with Marvel to take over the role of the Hulk in the upcoming Avengers film.

July 14th: Source:

Mark Ruffalo is reportedly in late-stage talks to take over the role of the Hulk recently vacated by Edward Norton in The Avengers film. The move is a surprising one considering that Ruffalo is mostly known for low-key, supporting turns. Playing the Hulk will certainly increase his visibility and it will definitely lead to bigger paydays than he is accustomed to. Ruffalo can currently be seen opposite Julianne Moore and Annette Bening in The Kids Are All Right, which is off to respectable start.

The Avengers is still set for a May 4, 2012 release.

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