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The Hobbit Tops Box Office In Christmas Weekend

This Christmas Santa gifted three great movies namely “Unbroken,” “Into the Woods” and “The Hobbit”.

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies topped box office in Christmas weekend leaving behind the other two successful movies. It earned an estimated revenue of $54.5 million across the four-day holiday.

The Hobbit Tops Box Office In Christmas Weekend

Unbroken meanwhile earned $47.3 million in the same period and Into the Woods managed to grab $46.1 million.

Meanwhile, the big flop in the weekend was Weinstein Company’s Big Eyes. It earned only $4.4 million in the first four days.

The much talked about Sony’s The Interview earned only $2.8 million. In the wake of emails hack of the studio the movie was initially canceled from release. However, in the last moment Sony announced releasing it in limited theaters. It got screen in 331 theaters.

The movie was released in around 300 theaters including below mentioned:

Alamo Drafthouse, Austin (4 locations), San Antonio (2 locations), Houston, Yonkers, NY, Kansas City, Littleton, CO, Ashburn, VA, Kalamazoo, MI, Richardson, TX, Katy, TX, Lubbock, TX, New Braunfels, TX
Art Theater Co-Op, Champaign, IL
Cable Car Cinema, Providence, RI
Caribbean Cinemas, Puerto Rico
Chalmette Movies, Chalmette, LA
City Base Cinema, San Antonio
Eastpoint Movies 10, Baltimore
Franklin Theatre, Franklin, TN
Harkins Theatres, Phoenix
Hollywood Blvd Cinema, Woodridge IL
Jasper 8 Theatres, Jasper, IN
Laemmle Theatre, North Hollywood
Look Cinemas, Dallas
Lost Cinema, Tucson, AZ
Merrill’s Roxy, Burlington, VT
Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, MI
MX Movies, St. Louis
Nickelodeon Theatre, Columbia, SC
Penn Cinemas Riverfront, Wilmington, DE
Plaza Atlanta, Atlanta
Riverdale 10, Little Rock, AR
Southside Works Cinema, Pittsburgh
Terrace Theater, Charleston, SC
Tower City Cinemas, Cleveland
Tygart Valley Cinemas, Fairmont, WV

 
 

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