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Sean P. Means
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This film publicity image released by Paramount Pictures shows the starship Enterprise in a scene from "Star Trek Into Darkness." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures)
The Cricket’s Daily 3: ‘Star Trek’ opens a bit soft

Here’s what’s happening today in pop culture:

• "Star Trek: Into Darkness" topped the box-office chart this weekend, with $84 million for the first four days of release. That’s considered a bit soft, compared to projections. [The Huffington Post — but only if you don’t mind some spoilers.]

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• Looks like Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are breaking up again — so be sure to have the fainting couch ready for the "Twilight" fan in your life. [People]

• "Saturday Night Live" said goodbye to cast members Bill Hader and Fred Armisen quite sweetly this weekend. [The Atlantic]

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