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2012 Smashes Record in Russia
30.11.2009 15:30
2012 Smashes Record in Russia

The movie 2012 by Roland Emmerich has smashed box-office record among foreign feature films in Russia.
      Since its premiere on November 12, 2009 the movie has made 870 million rubles, i.e. about 30 million dollars. The films went into general release on 840 screens. Within the first weekend it gathered more than 16 million dollars, which is also an absolute record informs.
      The film creators announced their decision to continue the story in a TV series. We plan to show viewers the events of the year 2013, when gradual recovery of the human civilization is to start, the film director promised.


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