Monday Box Office Report – The Red Dawn breaks

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With a Thanksgiving weekend to get stuffed…on turkey, the north American box office was bustling over the last couple of days. A few new releases rocked up, but they couldn’t dethrone the current king and queen, in the form of Twilight and Skyfall.

Yes, I just called James Bond a queen. This might be my last post ever typed.

It could shout WOLVERINES! all it wants, but it looks like Red Dawn may have been held back a tad too long. Hitting the seventh spot in it’s debut, the Thor-starring film was well behind other debuts, such as Rise of the Guardians in fourth place, and Life of Pi in fifth.

  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 – $43 Million
  • Skyfall –  $36 Million
  • Lincoln – $25 Million
  • Rise of the Guardians – $24 Million
  • Life of Pi – $22 Million
  • Wreck-It Ralph – $16.7 Million
  • Red Dawn – $14.6 Million
  • Flight – $8.6 Million
  • Silver Linings Playbook – $4.6 Million
  • Argo – $3.8 Million

Ben Affleck’s Argo looks ready to depart the top ten, as it lingers at the bottom after a successful seven week run, while Pitch Perfect and Taken 2 finally dropped out of the elite list.

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