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"The Hunger Games" is still the leader at the movies. The film took in 33.5 million, dominating the box office for a third-straight weekend. Its worldwide haul now stands at more than 460 million dollars.
Coming in at number two was "American Pie" sequel "American Reunion," which pulled in 21.5 million dollars for its opening weekend.
And "Titanic" in 3-D brought in 17.4 million, raising the re-release's domestic take to 25.7 million since opening last Wednesday (April 04).
Lindsay Lohan is caught up in another potential legal battle - whether she's to blame or not. A woman has accused the actress of fighting her in a nightclub last week and has filed a report alleging battery. Lohan insists that not only did she not fight the woman - she hadn't even left her home on the night of the alleged incident.
There's a new king on Broadway - "The Lion King" has achieved the title of the highest grossing show of all time on the Great White Way. It surpassed previous record-holder, "The Phantom of the Opera" - earning more than 853 million dollars. However, "Phantom" still holds the record for Broadway's longest-running show.
Finally, Cyndi Lauper is ready to show her true colors. The singer has penned a memoir to be released this fall. The self-titled book will cover Lauper's personal story, from troubled childhood to superstar of the 1980s.
Bob Mezan, Reuters.