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Pale Vampire and Native American Werewolf Come Together for Thanksgiving Weekend

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Your five-day Thanskgiving weekend box office:

1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 - $64 million, taking the top spot and providing a fitting allegory for the way the pale face and Native American once came together, to fight Michael Sheen and some vampires.

2. Skyfall - $51 million. People like this Bond guy!

3. Lincoln - $34 million. The film is now at over $60 million, and now the act of pointing around a table and shouting "NOW, NOW, NOW" counts as a decent enough Lincoln impersonation.

4. Rise of the Guardians - $32.6 million, failing to come close to the top in its debut weekend, as the film regrettably went with the Sandman as fifth guardian instead of a cartoon turkey named Prof. Gobbles.

5. Life of Pi - $30 million. Looks like a lot of kids will be asking for a tiger for Christmas this year. And for a boat. And for their parents to die in a tragic maritime disaster.

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

  • May 13, 2013
    Your weekend box office: 1. Iron Man 3 - $72.5 million, holding off Baz Luhrmann's new release to remain America's most important literary adaptation. 2. The Great Gatsby - $51 million, a strong debut despite its failing to take out last week's leader. It should hold up reaso... / Continue →
  • May 6, 2013
    Your weekend box office: 1. Iron Man 3 - $175.3 million, making for the second-biggest opening ever behind The Avengers. People love Gwyneth Paltrow movies! 2. Pain and Gain - $7.6 million, once again proving The Rock to be our closest equivalent to a guy in an inhumanly-powe... / Continue →
  • April 29, 2013
    While Iron Man 3 was out making $195 million overseas this weekend, here's what happened in the domestic box office: 1. Pain and Gain - $20 million. It's a weak opening by Michael Bay standards, but lucky for Michael Bay, he doesn't really worry all that much about standards. ... / Continue →
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