Once again, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has taken over the weekend box office, allbeit by a much narrower margin.
The Hobbit managed another $32.9 million this holiday weekend. That makes a 10.9% drop from last weekend and a domestic total of $222.7.
Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained is enjoying the best box office run of Tarantino’s illustrious career. Django opened on Christmas Day to $15 million and took second place this weekend with $30.6 million. It is now at $64 million domestic and should have no trouble surpassing Inglourious Basterds‘ $120 million domestic total.
Coming in at number three is Tom Hooper’s big screen version of Les Miserables with $28 million. Les Mis also opened Christmas, but was able to out do Django with $18 million. A feat Les Mis couldn’t repeat this weekend. Since Christmas Les Mis has amassed $67.4 million.
- Philip Sticco
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