30 December 2012 10:14 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

It looks like Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has outpaced the competition to take the top spot in 2012's final box office with $32.9 million.  Opening films Django Unchained, Les Miserables and Parental Guidance followed in box office order with Jack Reacher rounding out the top five.  Title Weekend Total 1.  The Hobbit $32,920,000 $222.7 2.  Django Unchained $30,688,000 $64 3.  Les Miserables $28,027,000 $67.4 4.  Parental Guidance $14,800,000 $29.6 5.  Jack Reacher $14,010,000 $44.7 6.  This Is 40 $13,186,000 $37.1 7.  Lincoln $7,509,000 $132 8.  The Guilt Trip $6,700,000 $21.1 9.  Monsters, Inc. (3D) $6,363,000 $18.4 10.  Rise of the Guardians $4,900,000 $90.2 The Hobbit managed to regain the ground it conceded on Christmas Day to Les Mis and Django Unchained.  Audiences clearly didn't mind keeping their butts in the seats for a long afternoon since the top three films had an average of 164-minute run times.  The top five films stayed the same throughout the week with a bit of shuffling as the weekend closed out.  Django Unchained and Les Miserables swapped spots with the Quentin Tarantino »

- Dave Trumbore

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