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Pearl Harbor and Shrek hit $400m worldwide

Buena Vista International (BVI) had major cause to celebrate this week as its World War II epic Pearl Harbor crossed $200m in international box office gross, taking it to over $400m worldwide. Harbor, which was BVI's big hope in the summer blockbuster season, became the second film, which debuted in 2001, to pass the massive $400m mark worldwide, after The Mummy Returns which has grossed $415m to date. However hot on Harbor's heels computer-animated hit Shrek ...

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