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Transformers 4 Age of Extinction Breaks Records Surpassing $300 Million Worldwide Opening Weekend


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The unstoppable Transformers franchise flowed through the box-offices this weekend with world wide ticket sales surpassing $300 million. Even the critics couldn't slow this movie down with Rolling Stone giving the movie zero stars, movie goers turned out in large numbers to see the movie in regular and full IMAX 3D. The movie did well across the borders with $100 million in sales for North America, followed by the highly targeted China which is reported to have contributed 40% of sales the this weekend's boxoffice. Get ready for 2016, as this crew will almost surely be back for more. Read the Full News Story Here

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