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‘Expendables’ holds strong for the second week in a row

HollywoodNews.com: Sylvester Stallone’s action feature of elderly mercenaries “The Expendables” lived another Friday to take the No. 1 spot at the box office with $5 million, and has continued to hold through the weekend to become the number one movie for a second week in a row.

The film closed out the weekend with $16.5 million to bring it to a total of $64.9 million in just two weeks, according to MTV. Coming in second was the horror spoof “Vampires Suck,” which brought in $12.2 million and then “Eat Pray Love” continued with $12 million, retaining a steady stream from last weekend.

Bow Wow’s “Lottery Ticket” brought in $11.1 million while “The Other Guys” continued to hold in the top five with $10.1 million for the weekend.

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