28 December 2012 12:43 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It appears you can't keep a good hobbit down.  "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" displayed impressive resiliency returning to the top of the box office Thursday grossing another $10.1 million for $189.7 million over its first 14 days. Granted, Peter Jackson's epic is in a massive 4,100 theaters and has higher ticket prices thanks to a majority of 3D engagements, but Warner Bros. and MGM will take the steady sales over the holiday frame.  Globally, "The Hobbit" is at $562.7 million with hopes of cracking $700 million by end of day Sunday. "Les Miserables" pulled in another $9.1 million on Thursday »


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