‘The Hobbit’ Takes Box Office Weekend With $56.2 Million Haul

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies was the number one film over the holiday weekend, as it took in $56.2 million. Coming in a distant second was Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb with $17.3 million, followed by the critically panned musical Annie ($16.3 million). Here’s this weekend’s top 10:

  1. The Hobbit – $56.2 million
  2. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb – A disappointing weekend, as the film’s budget is estimated at $127 million. $17.3 million.
  3. Annie – A solid debut with $16.3 million, as its estimated budget is $65 million.
  4. Exodus: Gods and Kings – $8.1 million this weekend, and an unspectacular $38.7 million domestically in its two weeks of release.
  5. The Hunger Games: Mockingay Part 1 – $7.8 million
  6. Wild – $4.2 million
  7. Top Five – In $3.65 million
  8. Big Hero 6 – $3.6 million
  9. Penguins of Madagascar – $3.5 million
  10. P.K. – $3.5 million
Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Bros. Pictures

Greg Srisavasdi

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