1 December 2012 10:41 AM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

The box office was expectedly slow on Friday, with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, Skyfall and Lincoln once again holding the top three spots despite falling hard from their Black Friday grosses. Meanwhile, newcomers Killing Them Softly and The Collection each performed so poorly that their distributors declined to officially report Friday estimates.The fifth and final Twilight movie fell 68 percent to an estimated $5.6 million yesterday. That's the highest gross for any of the franchise's movies at this point in its run, which once again shows that Breaking Dawn Part 2 is hanging on a bit better than its predecessors. Through 15 days, the movie has earned $242.8 million, which trails New Moon by just over $2 million. Skyfall continued its unprecedented box office run with an estimated $4.88 million, which was off 67 percent from last Friday. Its James Bond franchise record reached $233.9 million, and it will get well past $240 million by the end of the weekend. »

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