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Karen Posada


2011/11/28 at 12:00am

‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn’ #1 at the box office… AGAIN

11.28.2011 | By |

'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' #1 at the box office... AGAIN

‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn- Part 1’ earned $42 million dollars in the three day Thanksgiving holiday, plus $62.3 million from wednesday to sunday in the U.S. with a grand total of $221.3million. It has earned $489.3 million world-wide.

The second place was taken by Disney’s ‘The Muppets’, with $29.5 million during the week and 42 milllion counting since Wednesday.

The one that took second place last weekend, ‘Happy Feet Two’ took third place with $13.4 million. Followed by two other family oriented movies ‘Arthur Christmas’ and ‘Hugo’. 





The top ten in the box office:

1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 – $42 million ($62.3 mil during the 5 day period)
2. The Muppets – $29.5 mil ($42 mil)
3. Happy Feet Two – $13.4 mil ($18.4 mil)
4. Arthur Christmas – $12.7 mil ($17 mil)
5. Hugo – $11.4 mil ($15.4 mil)
6. Jack and Jill – $10.3 mil
7. Immortals – $8.8 mil
8. Puss in Boots – $7.5 mil
9. Tower Heist – $7.3 mil
10. The Descendants – $7.2 mil


Pau Brunet


2009/11/30 at 12:00am

‘New Moon’ is #1 for second week!

11.30.2009 | By |

'New Moon' is #1 for second week!

Studio execs should give plenty of thanks to female moviegoers: The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Blind Side led the best-ever Thanksgiving weekend at the box office by drawing women and families into theaters, while male-centric newcomers Old Dogs and Ninja Assassin only earned so-so numbers.

Following its record-breaking first weekend, first-place finisher New Moon brought in $66 million over the three-day (Friday through Sunday) weekend, driving its cume to a fantastic $230.7 million — the sixth highest of the year, just below Star Trek ($257.7 million). Not far behind, The Blind Side came in at No. 2 with $40.1 million by appealing to audiences who would rather watch a movie about football than stay home for a game on TV. With a $100.3 million total so far, the pigskin pic is Sandra Bullock’s second $100 million hit of the year after this summer’s The Proposal ($164 million).

Disaster pic 2012 ($18 million) continued to perform well, beating a duo of new releases: the Robin Williams-John Travolta buddy pic Old Dogs (fourth place, $16.8 million) and the actioner Ninja Assassin (sixth place, $13.1 million). With a $24.1 million total so far, Old Dogs hasn’t captured the same men-of-a-certain-age crowds that drove Travolta’s Wild Hogs to a $39.7 million debut back in 2007. Meanwhile, Disney’s A Christmas Carol (fifth place, $16 million) got a holiday bump, jumping 30 percent over last weekend to a total of $105.3 million.

Specialty pics found modest success, with the animated Fantastic Mr. Fox earning $7 million Fri.-Sun. in its first wide-release weekend, and The Road grossing $1.5 million at 111 theaters.

Overall, the box office raked in an all-time high of $278 million over the five-day weekend.

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