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No Dream: Warner Bros. Tops $1 Billion in Domestic Box Office

The dreams vs. reality thriller “Inception” helped push Warner Bros. Studios over the $1 billion domestic box office total for the year. The Burbank-based studio has topped more than $1 billion threshold for 10 years in a row, a reflection of talent and dedication of its people, both on and off the screen, studio executives said. “We are very proud of what we have achieved, not only this year, but over the past decade, and with an amazing slate of films opening in the coming months, we know this is just the beginning,” said Dan Fellman, Warner Bros. Pictures President of Domestic Distribution. “Inception” topped the weekend box office in its first two weeks of release, bringing in more than $142.9 million. Other Warner Bros. Studios films contributing to the $1 billion take were “Sherlock Holmes,” “The Book of Eli,” “Clash of the Titans,” and “Sex and the City 2.” Mark R. Madler

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