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Rango: $23 million from 4,963 locations in 46 markets. International total: $46 million. Worldwide total: $114.6 million.

Battle Los Angeles: $16.7 million from 2,992 locations 33 markets. Worldwide total: $52.7 million.

Torrente 4: $11.5 million from 910 locations in Spain. International total: $11.5 million.

Black Swan: $10.3 million from 3,977 screens in 44 territories. International total: $165 million. Worldwide total: $270.9 million.

The Adjustment Bureau: $8.9 million from 2,629 locations in 32 territories. International total: $24 million. Worldwide total: $56.4 million.

The Rite: $7.75 million from 2,100 locations 38 territories. International total: $35.2 million. Worldwide total: $67.8 million.

I Am Number Four: $7.5 million from 4,106 locationsns in 28 markets. International total: $57.3 million. Worldwide total: $107.7 million.

Just Go With It: $6.4 million from 1,835 locations in 34 markets. International total: $45.6 million. Worldwide total: $139.5 million.

Hall Pass: $5.3 million from 1,453 locations in 13 territories. International total: $8.4 million. Worldwide total: $43.3 million.

True Grit: $4.5 million from 2,420 locations in 58 markets. International total: $67.5 million. Worldwide total: $136.9 million.

No Strings Attached: $4.5 million from 2,129 locations in 43 territories. International total: $53.5 million. Worldwide total: $123.5 million.

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LOS ANGELES, CA -- Relativity Media's Rogue and AMC Theatres announced today that Sean Kirkpatrick's Cost of a Soul is the winner of "The Big Break Movie Contest." As the winner, Kirkpatrick receives exclusive on-screen distribution courtesy of AMC throughout the United States starting April 15th.

Kirkpatrick directed Cost of a Soul, starring Chris Kerson and Will Blagrove, from his original script. The movie tells the story of two Iraq War veterans who return home to their slum neighborhood in Philadelphia, only to find themselves trapped in a life they joined the military to escape. As they struggle for redemption, their own families become entangled in a web of crime, corruption and violence.

The panel of judges who chose Cost of a Soul included: actress Kate Bosworth, Relativity's CEO, Ryan Kavanaugh, Relativity's President of Worldwide Production, Tucker Tooley, AMC Theatres' Vice President of Specialty and Alternative Content, Nikkole Denson-Randolph and Youtube "Beyond the Trailer" Creator, Grace Randolph.

While the decision ultimately rested on the judges, online voting was open to the public for one week, encouraging fans to connect with both outstanding independent films.

"The Big Break Contest was created for one reason - to support and encourage new filmmakers. Sean personifies the spirit that Rogue embraces, a young filmmaker who did it his way, wrote a heartfelt script about his hometown, raised the money himself from friends and family and shot it with a skeleton crew on the tough streets of Philadelphia. We're delighted that his movie has been chosen," said Randall Cox, President of Rogue Life, LLC.

"AMC Theatres salutes Cost of a Soul, which is a perfect example of the type of films we showcase through AMC independentTM," said Nikkole Denson-Randolph, Vice President of Specialty and Alternative Content at AMC Theatres. "Cost of a Soul also illustrates our enthusiasm for celebrating independent filmmaking and providing unknown yet talented new filmmakers an opportunity to present their labors of love on the big screen."

Cost of a Soul opens in 50 theatres nationwide on April 15th as part of the AMC independentTM program which showcases the best independent films and targets interested moviegoers through unique promotions and other customized marketing efforts. For updates on the markets that will feature Cost of a Soul, visit AMCTheatres.com/independent.

Showings of Cost of a Soul at the 50 AMC theatres will begin after the film premieres at the AMC Theatres Kansas City FilmFest and Philadelphia Cinefest.


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Washington D.C. -- Jason Momoa will receive a "CinemaCon Rising Star of 2011 Award," it was announced today by Mitch Neuhauser, managing director of CinemaCon, which will be held March 28-31, 2011, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Momoa will be presented with this special honor at the inaugural "CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Award" ceremony to take place on Thursday evening, March 31st in The Colosseum of Caesars Palace. The Coca-Cola Company, Official Presenting Sponsor of CinemaCon, will host the final night gala awards program. In its first year, CinemaCon will be singling out the achievements of two up-and-coming talents, Jason Momoa and Julianne Hough, with special Rising Stars of 2011 Awards.

"Bringing with him an already loyal fanbase from ‘Stargate: Atlantis: Jason Momoa is sure to entertain audiences in the action adventure Conan the Barbarian," noted Neuhauser. "We are thrilled to be able to present him with a CinemaCon Rising Star of 2011 Award and can't wait to see what this new leading action star will do in the future."

"It's an incredible honor to be recognized in this way, and I'm happy that CinemaCon and the exhibition community are as excited as I am for the release of this film," said Momoa of receiving the award.

"Jason is the definition of a rising star," added President of Lionsgate's Film Group Joe Drake. "He will absolutely be the next unstoppable male action hero, and we are so proud that it will be because of this film. We're thrilled that CinemaCon has seen the same star qualities in Jason as we did."

Momoa explodes onto the big screen in this summer's action-blockbuster Conan The Barbarian. He will also appear in the highly-anticipated HBO series Game Of Thrones, as the warlord ‘Khal Drogo' which debuts April 17th. Jason, best known for his portrayal of ‘Ronan Dex' on Stargate: Atlantis is currently in pre-production on Road To Paloma, an art-house independent road project. He is represented by APA.


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