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Warner Bros.’ “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” remained ruler of the U.S. box office on the day after Christmas with an estimated $10.5 million, followed by Disney’s family toon “Frozen” at $8.8 million.

“Smaug,” which won on Christmas Day with $9.3 million, has now topped $160 million domestically in two weeks while “Frozen” is near $220 million in five weeks. On Thursday, “Frozen” jumped 36% from Christmas Day.

Holdovers dominated the top spots with Paramount’s “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” snagging the third slot with an estimated $7 million for a nine-day cume of $63.7 million. The studio’s second day of “The Wolf of Wall Street” followed with $6.4 million, off 30% from its opening day, for a $15.6 million cume.

Sony’s “American Hustle” finished fifth with $ 6.1 million to lift its two-week total to $40 million. Fox’s second day of “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” took sixth with $5 million, down 37%, followed by Disney’s »

- Dave McNary

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