What an unspectacular weekend for box office analysis. Seriously. Last week when I said I doubt there would be any changes to the top five, I was remarkably prophetic. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 remained the number one movie in North America with $17.1 million for a cume of $254 million dollars.
Meanwhile, Skyfall almost topped Twilight with a weekend of $17 million. One hundred thousand dollars separated the number one and the number two slots. Skyfall has a U.S. total of $245 million. This opens up the possibility that Bond could eventually end up with a better total box office than the final Twilight installment. Bond's numbers are holding stronger than Breaking Dawn - Part 2. With only nine million dollars between the two totals, Bond could end up with the superior box office.
It doesn't mean much for Twilight, which has made its money back (and then some), but »
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