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Only five days after its record-breaking launch, Warner Bros. Pictures (NYSE: TWX)
“Gravity” has flown past $100 million at the worldwide box office. The
film has earned an estimated $68.5 million domestically and $35.8
internationally for a global total to date of $104.3 million. The
announcement was made today by Dan Fellman, President of Domestic
Distribution, and Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, President of International
Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures.

Following weeks of enthusiastic critical acclaim and huge anticipation
from moviegoers, the Alfonso Cuarón-directed dramatic thriller exceeded
all expectations on its opening weekend. Taking in $55.8 million
domestically, “Gravity” broke a number of box office records, including
those for the biggest October opening for any film, the largest IMAX (NASDAQ: IMAX)

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