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Warner scores number one US opening for 10,000 BC with $35.7m

10,000 BC clubbed the competition as it soared to the top of the North American charts on a $35.7m estimated launch through Warner Bros.Roland Emmerich's prehistoric saga didn't fare as well as his previous releases The Day After Tomorrow and Independence Day, although those titles launched during the summer.Opening in second was the comedy ...

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