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The holiday movie season is off to a record-breaking start after blockbusters 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn –Part 2' and "Skyfall" powered the biggest Thanksgiving weekend ever at the box office. With Oscar front-runner "Lincoln" continuing to over-perform in terms of expectations and awards hopeful "Life of Pi" off to a strong start, the overall box office hit $288 million and easily eclipsed the previous standard of $268 million set in 2009. The "Twilight" vamps and vampires are making it a long and lucrative goodbye. Summit Entertainment's franchise finale took in another $65 million »

- Todd Cunningham

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