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"World Trade Center" Coming to Big Screens

54% Say Film’s Timing is Ok, But Interest is Light

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

On August 9, Paramount studios will release “World Trade Center,” the true story of two New York City Port Authority police officers trapped in the rubble of the twin towers and the efforts to rescue them. Most Americans (72%) have heard about the film which is being released one month before the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks day that left an indelible fingerprint on our nation’s history. However, despite the widespread awareness, interest in the film is mixed. Just 21% say they’re very likely to see “World Trade Center.” That’s about half the number who planned to watch "The Da Vinci Code" before its release.


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