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Breaking Dawn Takes Big Bite Out Of Box Office

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Part 2Twilight: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 topped the box office this weekend with $141.3 million domestically from 4,070 theaters and $199.6 million internationally from 61 markets. It’s the franchise’s best global opening, thanks to massive international business. Meanwhile, SkyFall also set a frnachise record, becoming the best-selling Bond film of all time, reaching $669.2 million, pushing it well ahead of the $599.2 million earned by Casino Royale in 2006.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, November 18 are as follows:

RANK TITLE DISTRIBUTOR NAME WEEKEND REVENUE CUME REVENUE
REVENUE # OF LOCATIONS* LOC AVG
1 Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 Lionsgate $141,300,000 4,070 34,717 $141,300,000
2 Skyfall Sony $41,500,000 3,505 11,840 $161,337,108
3 Lincoln Disney $21,000,000 1,775 11,830 $22,419,000
4 Wreck-It Ralph Disney $18,312,000 3,622 5,055 $121,479,000
5 Flight Paramount $8,615,000 2,612 3,298 $61,335,810
6 Argo Warner Bros. $4,070,000 2,210 1,841 $92,022,480
7 Taken 2 20th Century Fox $2,100,000 2,063 1,017 $134,624,389
8 Pitch Perfect Universal $1,262,250 1,122 1,125 $61,078,608
9 Jab Tak Hai Jaan Yash Raj Films $1,250,000 161 7,763 $1,250,000
10 Here Comes The Boom Sony $1,200,000 1,350 888 $41,019,015
11 Hotel Transylvania Sony $900,000 1,248 721 $142,691,598
11 Cloud Atlas Warner Bros. $900,000 920 978 $24,893,903
11 Sessions, The Fox Searchlight $900,000 516 1,744 $2,803,434

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