Christmas day saw the release of two of the most anticipated films of the year — the stunning ‘Les Misérables’ and the brutal ‘Django Unchained’. Which movie did you go see over the holidays? Tell us below.
On Dec. 25, theater doors opened for the release of Quentin Tarantino‘s Django Unchained and Tom Hooper‘s Les Misérables, both of which made bank! In the third biggest Christmas day opening ever, Les Mis took in over $18 million, while Django made $15 million. But which film did You go see on Christmas? Or did you see both? Vote for your favorite here!
As previously reported by HollywoodLife.com, Les Mis is one to go see! The epic story tells the tale of Jean Valjean — portrayed the the brilliant Hugh Jackman – who is a convict desperate to start a new life. He is tormented by the police officer Javert (Russell Crowe), and meets »
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