'Twilight' Triumphs Again, 'Skyfall' Sustains Over the Thanksgiving Holiday
Daniel Craig’s Skyfall and Ang Lee’s Life of Pi also delivered big business.
How big? Read on…
The final film in the Twilight saga scored $43 million over the weekend, for a total of $64 million over the five-day holiday frame – enough to retain the number one spot for the second week in a row.Kristen Stewart, has earned $200 million in the U.S. as of Monday, bringing its worldwide total to a franchise-high of $577 million.
In it’s third frame, Skyfall earned $34 million over the weekend, making the 23rd James Bond film the first 007 picture to hit $200 million in the U.S. Directed by Sam Mendes, Skyfall’s current worldwide box office rests at an impressive $790 million.
Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln continued to show great legs at the U.S. box office, securing the No. 3 spot with $25 million. Dreamworks’ Rise of the Guardians, considered to be a major player at the Thanksgiving box office, came in at No. 4, with a less-than-expected take of $24 million.
MGM’s long-delayed remake of Red Dawn opened at No. 7, with a 3-day tally of $14 million ($22 million over five days).
Next weekend finds Brad Pitt’s crime thriller, Killing Me Softly, competing with Team Edward and James Bond for box office supremacy. Killing opens Friday, November 30.
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