15 January 2013 2:33 PM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

Coming out of the holidays, Life of Pi held on to the top spot at the overseas box office, while The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey continued along the path towards $1 billion worldwide.Without adding any major new territories, Life of Pi grossed just under $35 million this weekend. It held first place in Russia ($4.46 million) and Australia ($4.1 million), and also continued to play well in the U.K. ($3.8 million), Germany ($3.25 million) and South Korea ($2.8 million). The Ang Lee movie has now racked up $358 million overseas for a worldwide total over $452 million. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey fell 55 percent to $26.2 million this weekend. To date, the movie has earned $609.3 million overseas, which is more than The Fellowship of the Ring ($556 million) and The Two Towers ($584 million); when it reaches China at the end of February it should get past $700 million overseas and $1 billion worldwide.Les Miserables earned $25.5 million from 22 markets this weekend, »

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