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Hollywood Minute Says Gravity Still Soars At The Box Office

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  Original Published: 10/21/2013"Gravity" is still soaring at the box office. And one of the Jonas Brothers is putting his multi-million dollar mansion on the market. Calandra Corder has more in your Hollywood Minute. "Graivity" continues to have a strong pull at the weekend box office. The space drama, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, was number one for the third weekend in a row, grossing another $31-million. That brings the film's domestic total to more than $170-million. "Captain Phillips," starring Tom Hanks, held its ground in its second weekend in theaters. The film was again in the number two spots, with another $17.3-million in ticket sales. And the thriller based on the Steven King novel "Carrie" rounded out the top three movies, scaring up $17-million in its debut weekend. Reality stars Kevin and Danielle Jonas are ready for a new address. The eldest Jonas brother and his wife, stars of E!'s "Married to Jonas," have put their Denville, New Jersey mansion on the market. The listing price? At $2.2-million. The home is 7,200 square feet with five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a billiard room and a home theater with stadium seating and a 3-D projector. The couple is in the process of building a new home in the state.
   
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