This may be the worst box-office weekend for 2012.
Two new films hit theaters; however, neither is expected to gross more than $10 million.
Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana star in "The Words" about a man who plagiarizes a novel, while a long-awaited Bruce Willis action-thriller from Summit finally makes its way on screen.
Highlights among new trailers this week include a new online exclusive from "Taken 2" and a trailer for a sequel to a box-office bomb.
Out this week: "The Words" with Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana is expected to lead the otherwise dull weekend.
Cooper's new film isn't expected to gross more than $10 million this weekend. This won't be a big loss for CBS films since it's a low-budget production estimated at $6 million.
Out this week: The other big release this week is the long-awaited "The Cold Light of Day" featuring Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver, and Henry Cavill.
The Summit film has already earned $13 million overseas.
Even if "Cold Light" performs weak, they have the final installment of the "Twilight" series due out later this fall.
Based on the story by Ayn Rand, the first trailer for "Atlas Shrugged Part II" debuted last weekend.
Release Date: October 12
The first film had an estimated production budget of $6.5 million according to IMDB and bombed at theaters grossing little more than $4.6 million at theaters.
Despite its box-office numbers, the sequel has a bigger budget estimated at $10 million.
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