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Tom Cruise starrer "Oblivion" tops North America box office in weekend debut (2)


11:10, April 22, 2013

Cast member Tom Cruise poses at the premiere of his new film "Oblivion" in Hollywood, California April 10, 2013. (CNTV)

However, the actor's first foray into science fiction in eight years received lukewarm reviews from audiences who assigned a "B-" CinemaScore to it. Exit polling showed that this film turned out to be a male-skewing piece, as 57 percent was male and 74 percent 25 years and older.

The baseball biopic "42" slipped to No. 2 for a 18 million dollar weekend. The Warner Bros. film is on track to gross 54.1 million dollars in two weeks. "The Croods," DreamWorks Animation's computer-generated animated film settled for third place for an estimated 9.5 million dollar business.

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