This summer's fire appears to be burning out under the box office. "Betrayed," the United Artists release starring Debra Winger and Tom Berenger, came in No. 2 during a weekend notable mostly for its ho-hum theater attendance. The Costa-Gavras thriller, in which Winger plays an FBI agent who infiltrates a white supremacist group, was long on early hype but short on good reviews. The film grossed $5.5 million at 1,036 theaters last weekend, or $5,342 per screen.
*Universal broadened the release of its controversial film "The Last Temptation of Christ," from 18 to 48 screens nationwide. But the film's per-screen performance dropped considerably, from $26,459 to $11,701 since last week.