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Hobbit Tops For The Holidays

The HobbitLeading the holiday box office was Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Angelina Jolie’s World War II drama Unbroken and Rob Marshall’s musical Into the Woods. In its second weekend, The Hobbit once again placed No. 1, grossing $54.5 million for the four-day weekend, including $41.4 million for the three days. The New Line and MGM tentpole has taken in nearly $170 million domestically and a sizeable $573.6 million worldwide, ensuring that it will eventually cross $1 billion.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, December 28, are as follows:

RANKTITLEDISTRIBUTOR NAMEWEEKEND REVENUECUME REVENUE
REVENUE# OF LOCATIONS*LOC AVG
1Hobbit: The Battle of the Five ArmiesWarner Bros.$41,420,0003,87510,689$168,521,968
2UnbrokenUniversal$31,748,3403,13110,140$47,340,720
3Into The WoodsDisney$31,021,0002,44012,713$46,105,000
4Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb20th Century Fox$20,600,0003,9145,263$55,307,357
5AnnieSony$16,600,0003,1975,192$45,835,000
6Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, TheLionsgate$10,000,0002,7933,580$306,655,981
7Gambler, TheParamount$9,300,0002,4783,753$14,300,000
8Imitation Game, TheThe Weinstein Company$7,930,00074710,615$14,631,000
9Exodus: Gods And Kings20th Century Fox$6,750,0003,0022,248$52,516,909
10WildFox Searchlight$5,415,0001,2854,214$16,364,183
11Big Hero 6Disney$4,854,0002,0652,350$199,933,000
12Top FiveParamount$3,800,0001,4262,664$19,266,000

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