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 October 18th – PlayStation 2 Anniversary Party
 October 22nd – Premiere Magazine 8th Annual Women in Hollywood Awards Lunch
 October 25th – Burberry Beverly Hills Store Opening & Party
 November 7th – 11th Annual Environmental Media Awards
 December 6th – Armani Casa Store Opening
 December 6th – Motorola’s Third Annual Holiday Party to Benefit Toys for Tots
 December 14th – Opening of Pradas New York Flagship Store
The ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office.
Screen Gems thriller Obsessed, starring Idris Elba, Beyoncé Knowles and Ali Larter, dominated the box office with an estimated $28.5 million, making it the seventh-biggest opening ever for the month April. The film, which was made for just $20 million, debuted in 2,514and averaged a strong $11,337 per site.
New Line/Warner Bros.’ 17 Again dropped 50.8% in tickets sales and to second place, adding $11.7 million in its second weekend. The Zac Efron comedy has earned $39.97 million so far.
The other three newcomers–Rogue Pictures’ Fighting, Warner Bros.’ The Soloist, and Disneynature’s Earth–took third, fourth and fifth place, respectively. Fighting opened to $11.4 million from 2,309 theaters, The Soloist made $9.7 million in 2,024 theaters, and documentary Earth collected $8.6 million from 1,804 theaters. The latter has made $14.2 million since opening on Wednesday.
DreamWorks Animation’s Monsters vs. Aliens followed closely in sixth place with $8.5 million in its fifth weekend. The top domestic earner of the year so far has made $174.8 million. Worldwide, the film has reached $317 million.
In seventh, Universal’s State of Play earned $6.9 million its second weekend and stands at $25.1 million, while Disney’s Hannah Montana The Movie added $6.4 million in eighth for a total of $65.6 million after three weeks.
Universal’s Fast & Furious pulled in $6.1 million in ninth for a total of $145.2 million domestically. The action-thriller, produced for $85 million, is the top international grosser so far with $170 million. Worldwide, it is up to $315.2.
 January 12th – Kari Feinstein’s Style Lounge Presented by Budweiser Select – Day 2
 January 13th – InStyle Party with Cast & Producers of NBC’S Heroes to Celebrate Golden Globes Nominations
 January 15th – In Style & Warner Bros. 2007 Golden Globe After Party
 May 14th – NBC 2007 Upfronts
 August 27th – Heroes Tokyo Press Conference
 August 27th – Heroes Tokyo Premiere
 February 6th – Blue Jam Sessions
 April 20th – 19th Annual American Museum of the Moving Image Benefit – Salute to Richard Gere – Arrivals
 April 20th – 19th Annual American Museum of the Moving Image Benefit – Salute to Richard Gere – Inside
 May 1st – 11th Annual Kids for Kids Celebrity Carnival
 August 26th – American Eagle Outfitters Rocks New York with a Back to School Tailgate Party
 January 11th – W Magazine Pre-Golden Globe Party
 April 17th – Heroes Wrap Party
 April 24th – Out & About in Hollywood
 April 26th – US Weekly Presents Us’ Hot Hollywood 2007
 May 10th – Tribeca Ball Fundraiser for the New York Academy of Art
 May 14th – The 4th Annual Lucky Club – Day 1
 August 5th – Marigold Press Conference
 September 23rd – The Game Plan Hollywood Premiere
 September 23rd – The Game Plan Hollywood Premiere – After Party
 October 12th – Heroes Press Conference