'Inception' Beats 'Salt' At The Box Office
Leonardo DiCaprio's new movie "Inception" is still dreaming up big numbers at the box office, keeping Angelina Jolie's spy thriller "Salt" off the top of the film charts.
Both films fared well at the box office, but it was DiCaprio's mind-bending movie that scored a second week at the top with a strong $43.5 million and took its 10-day tally to a whopping $143.7 million.
"Salt" debuted at two with $36.5 million.
Animated movies "Despicable Me," "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" and "Toy Story 3" round out the new top five.
Meanwhile, the "Toy Story" sequel remains the world's top film, scoring $62 million outside America. The film has now made $351 million.
"Inception" debuted at two and "Salt" finished third, thanks to big openings in Kuwait, Lebanon, Egypt, India and the United Arab Emirates.
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