HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Now that "Avatar" has grossed more than $1.8 billion worldwide and officially owns a new box-office record, it's fair to assume some portion of those mega-numbers are from repeat viewings. Film industry experts believe that, if it could be tracked, re-visits to "Avatar" would be at the highest level ever for a film. Movie fan message boards are full of "Avatar" fanatics that talk about seeing the film 3, 4, 5, and 6 or more times.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland was among cattle customers roped into an alleged scam; Prosecutors say Michael Wayne Carr of Linden, California, had agreements to buy steers in Mexico for his customers and sell them for profit in the United States. There's no record Carr ever bought the steers; Carr also sold steers that didn't belong to him.
An insider says, "Tiger wants to go back to being a golf star with major endorsements. He wants his clients, who have kids of their own, to think he is a good family man. Keeping the family together is very important to Tiger so he is doing whatever it takes to keep Elin from leaving him and taking the kids." The insider added that Nordegren will stave off divorce, even it means a loveless marriage.
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