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I am so happy The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 finally hit theaters this weekend, because now I won’t have to see another promotional campaign with incessant ads for this awful franchise. At least until they decide to reboot it in six months and tell the untold story or whichever hook they use to get the kids back into the theatre. Breaking Dawn easily nabbed the top spot this week with $141.3 million dollars. That estimate is down slightly from BDP1‘s opening, but who cares? It still made an ungodly amount of money and will continue to do so over the Thanksgiving holiday.

The latest James Bond flick Skyfall fell 53% to the the number two spot with $41.5 million. It now stands as the highest grossing Bond film ever with a worldwide tally of $669.2 million. Domestically Skyfall has grossed $161.3 million and should have no trouble finishing north of $200 million.

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