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‘Breaking Dawn Part 2′ Happy Thanksgiving Weekend at The Box Office with $43.1 Million!

19 Comments November 25, 2012 by Filed Under: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Breaking Dawn Part 2 led the box office during the Thanksgiving weekend for it’s second week with $43.1 million and $577.7 million total worldwide!  Cha-ching!

From E! Online:

Breaking Dawn Part 2 and Skyfall led a record-setting holiday-weekend box office that saw a solid start for Oscar-contender Life of Pi, a great expansion for Oscar-frontrunner Silver Linings Playbook and a less-bad-start-than-expected for the long-shelved Red Dawnremake.

The new and presumed final Twilight movie led the way with the franchise’s biggest second weekend ever: $43.1 million, per estimates.

Breaking Dawn Part 2 upped its domestic total to $227 million. Worldwide, it zoomed past the half-billion mark, raising its overall total to $577.7 million and counting.

Here’s the rundown of the weekend’s top movies, per Friday-Sunday domestic estimates as reported by the studios and Exhibitor Relations:

  1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, $43.1 million
  2. Skyfall, $36 million
  3. Lincoln, $25 million
  4. Rise of the Guardians, $24 million
  5. Life of Pi, $22 million
  6. Wreck-It Ralph, $16.8 million
  7. Red Dawn, $14.6 million
  8. Flight, $8.6 million
  9. Silver Linings Playbook, $4.6 million
  10. Argo, $3.9 million

Category: Breaking Dawn Part 2

  • iLoveLizReaser

    Carlisle: “Esmé, what are you doing?”
    Esmé: “Just scratching my boobs, that’s all.”

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/laramasen Mary Masen

    $43.1 million! WOW! Way to go twihards! Let’s make BD2 the Twilight movie with the highest total gross!! :D

  • Paige

    I wish I could go see it a third time but I don’t have time I enjoyed the final film so much. I loved Garrett, Kate, Benjamin, Jane, Aro and Dracula no.1 and no.2. I love all the main characters but their characters for the side clans stood out the most. I want Stefan and Vladimir jackets I want one for myself. I loved seeing bella hunt the first time. I could go on for hours I just can’t wait until it comes out on DVD. I hoping that bill condon saves the best extra scenes for last!

  • mirandathevampgirl

    high five

  • mirandathevampgirl

    I got to see it on Friday this week, and I have no shame

  • mirandathevampgirl

    I bet ull be really proud of me bc I’m making one of my aunts read the twilight books

  • EL304

    I saw it twice already :D

  • Ali

    went to see it again today. third time. i got a little teary…. :( .

  • mirandathevampgirl

    Ok I want to let something off my chest right now. For the last coupple of days I cannot I mean I cannot get the image of aro and his diabolical laugh out of my head. I mean there is something about his appearance and that laugh that is so creepy but at the same time so hauntingly mesmerizing. The way michael sheen played aro this time around he brought such a malicous and yet slightly appealing portrayl that it made him to be such an enduring character and villian to the movie. What do u think?

  • Kinlan

    I went on Thursday to see it with my sister in law and my cousins girlfriend. Then I took my boys to see it on Saturday Morning! So far I’ve seen it 4 time total! I get more emotional everytime I see it! I just love it sooo much!

  • Melissa Andrews

    I’ve seen it three times already, and I’m waiting till I get paid to go see it again!

  • ifonly2011

    Totally agree, Michael Sheen is a brilliant actor and was fab as Aro. A highlight for me was the laugh, def haunting!

  • jite4vanquish

    I have seen it three times and took different people with me each time. I still want to see it more. Maybe over Christmas holiday if it is still in theaters! Can’t wait. I cried the most this last time. I am a sap. Michael Sheen makes a great villain. Garrett is my favorite new character. And Alice is my hero! One thing I was thinking about after I saw it the third time is, Alice knows how it would end if they had really fought….but guess who else would have known, besides Aro….Edward, of course. Because he had to see Alice’s vision along with Aro. People commented that Alice could not have seen the wolves die, but I beleive she could have because of everyone else’s eyes seeing it happen…..like seeing Seth die through the eyes of Bella, or seeing Leah die through the eyes of Esme. Just a thought anyway. Any comments? agree or disagree?

  • ifonly2011

    I totally share your views. Michael Sheen is a great actor, Garrett was very endearing and Alice was so strong and determined! :)

  • TeamEdward_Bella4ever

    I’m trying to do my part, seen it 3 times and more to come.

  • TeamEdward_Bella4ever

    Me to.

  • TeamEdward_Bella4ever

    Aro is slightly unhinged and Michael Sheen played it well.

  • TeamEdward_Bella4ever

    SM would know, but what your saying makes sense.

  • DJ

    Does anyone know if there will be a ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2: the official illustrated movie companion’ to go with all the others in the twilight saga?
    Also, heard from amazon that the ‘New Moon graphic novel’ is unavailable :(

    Seen the movie 3 times, but as with lots of you will have to wait a while now as too busy :/

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