UK box office top ten and analysis for the weekend of Friday 23rd - Sunday 25th November 2012...
Despite stiff competition from A-list talent such as Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Colin Firth, Cameron Diaz and Jake Gyllenhaal, the British ensemble comedy sequel Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger! was the highest new entry of the week, with a solid £1,614,675 opening enough to claim third place behind reigning champion The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 and box office juggernaut Skyfall. The final Twilight movie added another £5.34m to retain first place, while 007's latest adventure continued to inch towards Avatar's UK record of £93.4m, with another £3.8m giving Skyfall a total of £89.6m after five weekends on screens.
Moving on and David O. Russell's latest Silver Linings Playbook debuted in fourth place with £1,260,979, followed by another new release, the Coen brothers-scriped Gambit, in fifth with £689,042. In the bottom half of the chart, »
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