In this image released by Open Road Films, Jake Gyllenhaal, left, and Riz Ahmed appear in a scene from the film, "Nightcrawler." (AP Photo/Open Road Films, Chuck Zlotnick)
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"Nightcrawler", a dark crime thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a freelance cameraman in the high-speed world of siren-chasing journalism, topped sluggish weekend domestic box office charts with $10.9 million in ticket sales.The top two films could swap places with "Ouija" on top once actual box office numbers are compiled after Sunday's showings.The World War Two war film "Fury" was third with $9.1 million for the three days from Friday through Sunday in the United States and Canada.The low-budget film has collected $35 million since opening Oct. 24 ."Fury" was distributed by Sony Corp's movie studio.
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