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Spring Box-Office Busts Have Hollywood Looking Ahead
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Spring Box-Office Busts Have Hollywood Looking Ahead

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Spring Box-Office Busts Have Hollywood Looking Ahead

Spring Box-Office Busts Have Hollywood Looking Ahead
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After disappointing returns from The Alamo and The Punisher, Hollywood awaits next weekend's opening of Van Helsing. It's a traditionally slow time of year for movie theaters. Los Angeles Times critic Ken Turan speaks with NPR's Bob Edwards about why that is.

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