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"Skyfall" reclaimed the top spot with $11 million becoming the highest-grossing Sony release this year with $918 million in worldwide ticket sales according to THR.

Meanwhile, Gerard Butler flopped again. His new romantic comedy, "Playing for Keeps" scored $6 million for the No. 6 box-office spot.

At the specialty box office, "Hyde Park on Hudson" opened strongly with $83,280 in just four theaters for a per location average of $20,820. The film features Bill Murray as President Franklin D. Roosevelt. (Laura Linney interview for "Hyde Park," Olivia Williams interview for "Hyde Park")

Previous weekend's box-office champ, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" dropped to No. 3 after topping the charts for three weeks. But have no fear Twi-hards, the final chapter became the highest grossing title of the franchise with a worldwide total of $751.1 million!

Here's the estimated Top 10 Box-Office films for weekend of Dec. 7:

1. Skyfall, 5/3,401, MGM/Sony, $11 million, $261.2 million.

2. Rise of the Guardians, »

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