23 December 2012 1:42 AM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Before a slew of new releases open on Tuesday (Django Unchained, Les Miserables), The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has once again taken the top spot despite a drop of 73% since last week. Because of the holidays, up-to-date figures may not be released until this evening or later this week, but Peter Jackson's return to Middle-Earth went in to the weekend with a domestic haul of $113.1 million and an international total $189 million (resulting in a worldwide cume of $303 million). It's thought that it will earn an additional $31.5 million, raising its domestic takings to $145.2 million. Taking the #2 spot was Jack Reacher; the big screen adaptation of Lee Child's One Shot starring Tom Cruise in the title role. That film is on course for a $17.5 million weekend, a little less than the studio were hoping for. What did you decide to watch this weekend? The adventure follows »

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