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Inception #1 movie at this weekend's box-office with $60+ Million

Great news at this weekend's box-office result for Talulah Riley's new film Inception, where she has a small role as Blonde. It not only debuts strong at #1, it also, easily breaks through with $60.4 million (estimated...final result will be released Monday afternoon!) gross for a non-sequel/non-remake/original released film this summer!!! Yay, congrats to Talulah Riley and her Inception co-stars and crew!!! I haven't seen this yet, but I'm going to sometime early this week. This film has been in my must-see list of films this year. Not too mention, I love Leonardo DiCaprio and it's awesome that Talulah is on this film too whether her role is small or cameo and the rest of the ensemble cast including Marion Cotillard and Cillian Murphy are pretty good actors too. Now, she has a box-office hit after P&P movie. Speaking of Talulah and Leo DiCaprio, check out this related article of Talulah Riley: I have crush on Leo.

Anyway, back to Inception's first opening weekend triumph, here's an article from Box Office Mojo:
Easily the most anticipated non-sequel release of the summer, Inception breaks in to approximately 6,700 screens at 3,792 theaters this weekend (including a record IMAX release of 197 venues). The Sorcerer's Apprentice casts its spell at 3,504 locations, though its unimpressive grosses on Wednesday and Thursday don't bode well for its weekend prospects, while musical Standing Ovation counter-programs with a barely-nationwide 623-theater launch.

Inception grossed $3 million in its midnight start, which is slightly below Star Trek ($4 million) and Avatar ($3.5 million). Inception is tracking ahead of both of those movies in Box Office Mojo's reader polling, though, as 68.9 percent voted to see Inception on its opening weekend. In fact, this is the best percentage for any non-sequel since the start of Box Office Mojo's polling nearly six years ago, trailing only the likes of The Dark Knight (76.9 percent) and Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (72 percent). Now, Inception hits a bullseye with readers' interests, but it is clear that the movie is poised for a big opening. 

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