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May 21, 2007
The third time was a charm once again as "Shrek the Third" trounced the opening-weekend record for an animated feature. "Spider-Man 3" is slowing domestically but still headed for more than $900 million worldwide, which would be the highest total of the series. The thriller "Disturbia" continues to hang tough. "Fracture" and "Hot Fuzz" are also holding up well, though with modest starts neither is likely to be a huge hit.
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BUSINESS
May 21, 2007
The third time was a charm once again as "Shrek the Third" trounced the opening-weekend record for an animated feature. "Spider-Man 3" is slowing domestically but still headed for more than $900 million worldwide, which would be the highest total of the series. The thriller "Disturbia" continues to hang tough. "Fracture" and "Hot Fuzz" are also holding up well, though with modest starts neither is likely to be a huge hit.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 2007 | Jean Guccione, Times Staff Writer
The MTA has TVs blasting ads at bus riders. It has ads wrapping around hundreds of buses. Now, in another attempt to generate cash, the transit agency has allowed McDonald's to transform Metro Rail's biggest subway terminal into a massive ad campaign for the company's new Angus burger. The 7th Street/Metro Center station in downtown Los Angeles is plastered with huge pictures of the burger -- on walls, ceilings, lining the columns.
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