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UK box office top ten and analysis for the weekend of Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd December 2012...

Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Journey retained the UK box office crown, pulling in just under £6 million in its second weekend to spend the Christmas period proudly sitting at the top of the chart. The biggest challenge to The Hobbit's dominance came from Ang Lee's acclaimed fantasy adventure Life of Pi, which debuted in second place with £3,610,604 (including an extra day of preview screenings) to knock festive offerings Rise of the Guardians and Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger down one place apiece to third and fourth.

Musical comedy Pitch Perfect banked a decent £952,107 from its opening weekend to debut in fifth place, while Skyfall slips out of the top half of the chart for the first time in its 9 week run, banking £554k to edge ever-closer to the magical »

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