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Poll: Who Will Win the Box Office This Weekend?

Here we are on the verge of another exciting weekend at the box office, and I'm back to find out who you think will emerge victorious. But first, the competition:                         

Monsters vs. Aliens
What’s the Scoop:
Dreamworks' latest 3-D offering follows a ragtag group of under-the-radar monsters who are summoned to save the earth from invading aliens.
Why It Might Win the Weekend: It’s a big old family film from the folks who brought us Shrek and Kung Fu Panda – plus it stars the voices of Seth Rogen, Reese Witherspoon, Jonah Hill, Rainn Wilson … and the list goes on and on.

12 Rounds
What’s the Scoop:
Former professional wrestler-turned-action star John Cena stars as a detective who must complete 12 tough challenges in order to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend.
Why It Might Win the Weekend: The promise of action and explosions might prove a little too tempting for those searching for a weekend release … but is John Cena strong enough to defeat both monsters AND aliens? Something tells me he’ll need more than just a headlock or a piledriver.

The Haunting in Connecticut
What’s the Scoop:
It’s another one of those inspired-by-a-true-story horror flicks about a family who begin to experience supernatural behavior inside their home.
Why It Might Win the Weekend: People like to be scared, and playing up the real-life angle may attract those folks looking for a spooky good time.

So that’s what we’re looking at this weekend, but before you vote know this: According to Fandango numbers, Monsters vs. Aliens is in the lead with 57% of online ticket sales. That said, the well-received comedy I Love You, Man and the Nicolas Cage thriller Knowing are still in theaters and you bet they’ll be putting up a good fight. Sound off below …

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