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The Time Machine lands at number one

Box office was up about 35%from the same weekend last year in North America as DreamWorks' lavishadaptation of HG Wells' The Time Machine opened well at number one with an estimated $22.5mat 2,944 sites. Directed by Wells' grandson Simon Wells (Balto), the film stars Guy Pearce as Alexander Hartdegen,the young scientist hero who travels forward in time from 1895 New York City toa post-apocalyptic era where humans are enslaved. Warner Bros co-financed thefilm, which also ...

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