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Weekend Box Office: Twas Another High-Fantasy Christmas Weekend

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Bad news, Grudge Match, 47 Ronin, and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Here’s your weekend box office:

1. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug$ 29.9 million. ‘Tis the season for checking up on Orlando Bloom to make sure he’s still doing alright.

2. Frozen$ 28.8 million, finally putting the snowman comic relief back in Christmas.

3. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues$ 20.2 million, by the beard of Santa.

4. American Hustle$ 19.6 million. Audiences just can’t resist the delightful Amy Adams.

5. The Wolf of Wall Street$ 18.5 million. Turns out the lavish indulgences of a greedy Wall Street thief was a bit too real of a Grinch tale.

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

Weekend Box Office: Ron Burgundy Can’t Quite Translate Dodge Sales into a Box Office Win

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In retrospect, they probably should have had Benedict Cumberbatch play Will Ferrell’s mustache.

1. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug$ 31.5 million

2. Anchorman: The Legend Continues$ 26.8 million

3. Frozen$ 19.2 million

4. American Hustle$ 19.1 million

5. Saving Mr. BZanks$ 9.3 million

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

Box Office: “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Still Holding Strong

Families heading out to the theaters over the Thanksgiving holiday are keeping “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” at the top of the box office for the weekend of November 29-December 1, 2013.

The second film in the Hunger Games trilogy, which stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, scored another $ 31 million on Friday and is on track for a $ 76.6 million three day total.

Disney’s animated newcomer “Frozen” looks to be stealing second place with an impressive $ 25.8 million Friday and a $ 63.8 million weekend.

Rounding out the top five in earmarked earnings are Chris Hemsworth’s action fantasy “Thor: The Dark World” ($ 10 million) in third, Malcolm D. Lee’s “The Best Man Holiday” ($ 9.2 million) in fourth and Vince Vaughn’s comedy “Delivery Man” ($ 6 million) in fifth.

Box Office: “Thor:The Dark World” Battles “The Best Man Holiday” for Top Spot

It thundered its way on to the big screen last week with such gusto that nobody could catch it, but now “Thor: The Dark World” has some competition from “The Best Man Holiday” for the weekend of November 15-17, 2013.

The Chris Hemsworth fronted action film nabbed $ 10.5 million on Friday and is looking to garner a $ 34.9 million 3 day total.

Challenging “Thor” for the top spot is newcomer “The Best Man Holiday,” which took in $ 12.5 million on Friday and is expected to finish off the weekend with $ 34 million.

Rounding out the top five in earmarked earnings were the comedy “Last Vegas” ($ 7.9 million) in third, Relativity’s animated flick “Free Birds” ($ 7.5 million) in fourth and Jackass Presents: “Bad Grandpa” ($ 7.2 million) in fifth

Office Space [DVD-ROM] (1999) Jennifer Aniston

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Reed Hastings' Office Is A Glass Cube On Top Of Netflix's Headquarters

Reed Hastings' Office Is A Glass Cube On Top Of Netflix's Headquarters
Instead, he has a glass cube on top of Netflix's headquarters. Vance says that if Hastings needs some quiet time, he heads up to his glass square. Usually, some one turns on the air conditioning because otherwise, it's blazing hot since it's a greenhouse.
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Pay-TV Q1 Subscriber Adds Slump; Netflix, Hulu Shine
"With housing starts improving year over year, we expect these results to stoke fears of cord-cutting and losses to over-the-top (providers), especially with Netflix and Hulu adding more than 3 million streaming subscribers during the quarter," he wrote.
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Netflix added 5 children's
Netflix (NFLX) added 5 children's shows from Walt Disney's (DIS) Disney Junior and Disney XD cable networks under a multiyear licensing deal. Netflix shares rose 3.7% to 216.41. Disney rose 1% to 66.67.
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It Was A Very Crood Box Office Weekend…Just Not For Lindsay Lohan!

Sorry, James Franco!

While Oz The Great and Powerful is still pulling in all kinds of big box office bucks, its reign in the number one spot has come to an end!

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Box Office: “Texas Chainsaw” on Course to Massacre the Competition

Moving in to a new year, “Texas Chainsaw 3D” is on track to take first place at the box office for the weekend of January 4-6, 2013.

The John Luessenhop directed horror film had a Friday take of $ 10.2 million and looks to be headed for a $ 21 million debut weekend in theaters.

Landing in the second spot is the Leonardo DiCaprio-fronted “Django Unchained.” Directed by Quentin Tarantino, the action thriller cashed in at $ 6.2 million on Friday and is headed toward a $ 19.5 million sophomore run.

Rounding out the top five at the box office in pegged earnings are the previously dominant “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” ($ 5.2 million) in third, followed by the musical “Les Miserables” ($ 5 million) in fourth and the family comedy “Parental Guidance” ($ 3.1 million) in fifth.

Anne Hathaway Wails Her Way to Top of Christmas Box Office

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Your Christmas Day box office:

1. Les Misérables$ 18.2 million, a Christmas dominated by the powerful singing of Hugh Jackman. I bet his Christmas party was pretty obnoxiously like that, too.

2. Django Unchained$ 15 million. Tarantino should thank A Christmas Story for breaking down the long-perceived wall separating Christmas and a dude getting his eye shot out.

3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey$ 11.3 million. Ticket sales suffered when America was able to convince its parents to see this but couldn’t budge their older sister.

4. Parental Guidance$ 6.5 million. The popularity of Billy Crystal persists, much like his head of rich, auburn hair.

5. Jack Reacher$ 5.3 million. Merry Cruisemas.

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