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Nothing says Thanksgiving like turkey, football, and Michael Sheen’s wildly inappropriate laughter. Minor anomalies amidst the numbers suggest there is a chance we’re looking at the biggest 'Twilight' film thus far, as “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2“ dominated the marketplace once again to lead the biggest Thanksgiving weekend in box office history. Its pace remains slightly below series best 'New Moon,' but it looks like it should finish ahead of the other films in the franchise. If superfans eager to suck on the teat of Stephenie Meyer’s ridiculousness one more time fill theaters over the coming holiday season, the series could (temporarily?) conclude with a financial bang for Lionsgate, which is completing their first ever billion-dollar year as they absorb Summit. The sky did not fall for “Skyfall,” which sailed past $200 million domestic, the first Bond effort to do so. Inflation plays a part, »

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