Skyfall, the first James Bond film since 2008, was at the top of the box office this weekend with $87.8 million dollars. That makes it one of November’s highest opening weekends and the best domestic opening weekend for a James Bond film ever. Skyfall isn’t only doing great business the USA, worlwide it has already amassed over $500 million and looks to end up the highest grossing Bond film everywhere.
Coming in at number two was last weekend’s winner, Wreck-It Ralph. The Disney, non-Pixar, CG animated toon dropped only 32.6% for sophomore weekend finish of $33 million. Ralph‘s domestic total is now a fantastic $93.6 million.
Flight, Roert Zemeckis’ triumphant return to live action film making, dropped 39.4% to number three this weekend with $15.1 million. That brings Flight to $47.7 million domestically, giving Denzel Washington his second hit of the year.
The number four spot goes to Argo, which fell 33.9% from last week for a total weekend take of $6.7 million. Argo‘s domestic total is now at $85.7 million and it still stands a decent chance of crossing the $100 million mark.
Liam Neeson’s action sequel Taken 2 maintained the fifth spot in the top ten this weekend with $4 million. That’s only a 32.4% drop from last week for a domestic total of $131.2 million.
Have a look at the chart below for the rest of the Top Ten.
|2.||Wreck-It Ralph||$33 million|
|5.||Taken 2||$4 million|
|6.||Here Comes the Boom||$2.55 million|
|7.||Cloud Atlas||$2.52 million|
|8.||Pitch Perfect||$2.5 million|
|9.||The Man With the Iron Fists||$2.4 million|
|10.||Hotel Transylvania||$2.3 million|
SOURCE: Box Office Mojo