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Universal is wondering whether people are ready for a 9/11 movie, and Lionsgate tests what a marketing blitz at Starbucks means at the box office. Meanwhile, a Robin Williams family comedy is expected to dominate the weekend. Sony’s “RV” should drive to the No. 1 spot with a gross in the 20s, while “United 93,” “Akeelah and the Bee” and Disney’s “Stick It” will likely bunch together around the $10 million mark, along with the second weekend of “Silent Hill.” But it’s the opening perf of “United 93,” which hits 1,795 playdates, that’s toughest to predict.

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