I am very happy top report that The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is no longer the number one film i the country. I am also very happy to report that Skyfall has ascended back into the top … Continue reading

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Skyfall’ Wins the Weekend

I am very happy top report that The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is no longer the number one film i the country. I am also very happy to report that Skyfall has ascended back into the top spot.

James Bond is once again sitting at the top of the box office with $11 million. That’s 33.6% drop from last week bringing Skyfall‘s domestic total to $261.6 million and it’s worldwide cume to a fantastic $918.2. Skyfall will most likely become the first Bond film to surpass $1 billion globally.

Rise of the Guardians jumped a few places from last weekend to finish at number two with a drop of 21.3% and $10.5 million. It now stands at $61.9 million domestic.

The Twi-hards didn’t go to the theatres in force this weekend as Breaking Dawn – Part 2 only managed a third place showing. The last flick in the series fell 47.2% to finish the weekend with $9.2 million and a domestic total of $268.7 million.

The number four spot goes to Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln, which fell31.9% and $9.1 million. Lincoln has now amassed $97.3 million domestically.

Life of Pi nabbed the number five spot with $8.3 and a drop of 31.7%. It’s domestic total is now $60.9 million.

You can check out the chart below for the rest of the Top Ten.

 

1. Skyfall $11 million
2. Rise of the Guardians $10.5 million
3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 $9.2 million
4. Lincoln $9.1 million
5. Life of Pi $8.3 million
6. Playing for Keeps $6 million
7. Wreck-It Ralph $4.9 million
8. Red Dawn (2012) $4.2 million
9. Flight $3.1 million
10. Killing Them Softly $2.7 million

SOURCE: Box Office Mojo

  • rsixsmith

    i’m sorry, but this movie kicked all kinds of ass. i may see it a third time, and it deserves every penny. enormous and puzzlingly ferocious komodo dragons notwithstanding. sharks with frickin lazer beams anyone? :)