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No surprises here... the final chapter in The Twilight Saga proved to be another monster hit over the weekend, although unlike the final Harry Potter film it fell short of breaking any records. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 opened to $141 million, which is the fourth highest debut of the year and the second highest debut for the franchise. Considering that the final installment in a series tends to be the most successful, it does seem like Twilight may have overstayed its welcome a little bit (not that Summit will be complaining about these numbers either way). Elsewhere, Skyfall fell to #2 after earning $41.5 million in its second weekend; with a domestic total of $161 million it will easily pass Quantum of Solace this week to become the highest grossing Bond movie of all time (it is already the most successful worldwide). Steven Spielberg's Lincoln also had a solid weekend after expanding to 1700 screens, »

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