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A correction that appeared in The New York Times in April 2010 is an example of this: A picture caption on Tuesday . . . referred incorrectly to the rally in Washington in 2008 at which the actors Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey were shown.
The weekend's other wide release, the Jim Carrey family film "Mr. Popper's Penguins," grossed $18.2 million over the weekend to finish third behind Paramount's "Super 8," which earned $21.3 million and held up well in its second week of release.
Based loosely -- verrrry loosely -- on the beloved children's book of the same name, Mr. Popper's Penguins is a tame Jim Carrey family comedy about a divorced dad who needs to be taught the lesson about what's really important in life.
Based on the 1938 children's book by Richard and Florence Atwater, "Mr. Popper's Penguins" stars Jim Carrey as a New York City businessman who is left six penguins by his father.
Two months later, McCarthy and Jim Carrey led a “Green Our Vaccines” rally in Washington that also featured Gordon and included a keynote address by Robert Kennedy.