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On The Lot : Marvel ties a box office record with Doctor Strange, political races end, Oscar race begins




Marvel's Doctor Strange brought the studio its 14th straight box office topper, earning some $85 million in its domestic opening weekend.
Marvel's Doctor Strange brought the studio its 14th straight box office topper, earning some $85 million in its domestic opening weekend.
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Marvel Studios hit a record this weekend with Doctor Strange, making it fourteen consecutive number one box office films. That ties the comic book publisher-turned-film-factory with Pixar. Interestingly, both units are under the Disney umbrella.

Vanity Fair's Hollywood correspondent Rebecca Keegan joined Take Two with more on Marvels record breaking ways, plus some inside scoop on the big campaign. Not the race for the White House, or for control of the Senate, but the jockeying for Oscar gold. Rebecca runs down a few of the actors, and a few of the films, that are likely to end up on this year's Academy Awards nomination list.

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