Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn, Part 2 beaking records of Box Office: What do you get when you mix the supernatural end of a saga, the world’s deadliest murderer, a bit of the history of America, Santa badass, and a friendship? The lineup for a weekend record.
The Thanksgiving holiday is known as one of the most popular movie going weekends of the year, but this year the five-day break exceeded already high expectations with a whopping $ 290 million.
The previous record Thanksgiving weekend was in 2009 with The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Blind Side, 2012, Old Dogs and X-mas Carol drums up to a total of $ 273 million.
As predicted, the tweens (and too ashamed to admit that the parents), once again flooded the movie theaters and the Twilight:. Breaking Dawn, Part 2: five days topped the weekend box office with $ 64.02 million in ticket sales Skyfall numbers were shaken up to $ 51 million this wildly million with an impressive total of $ 221, 7 million to date.
Performance captivating Lincoln Daniel Day-Lewis led to a solid $ 34.09 million, from Wednesday to Saturday. And both novice theater, Rise of the Guardians and Life of Pi rounded bottom with two rather respectable numbers considering the Twilight and James Bond power-houses faced.
So what were the films that made this weekend record? Check out this weekend five below!
1.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2: $ 43.07 million (3 days), $ 64.02 million (five days), totaling $ 226.9 million
2.Skyfall: $ 36 million (3 days), $ 51 million (five days), totaling $ 221.7 million
3.Lincoln: $ 25.02 million (3 days), $ 34.09 million (five days), $ 62.2 million total
4.Rise of the Guardians: $ 24.02 million (3 days), $ 32.6 million (5 days), $ 32.6 million total
5. Life of Pi: $ 22 million (3 days), $ 30.1 million (5 days), $ 30.1 million total
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