It continued to feel a lot like Christmas for the US box office this weekend – despite a slow couple of days at the movies, Four Christmases emerged as the chart champ again, with $18.2 million earned.
Twilight, meanwhile, surged back into second place, adding $13.2 million to its current $138.5 million total. That put it ahead of Bolt, which took in $9.6 million for the weekend.
Australia continued to show itself as underpowered, earning $7 million, and Quantum Of Solace rounded out the top five with $6.6 million, which brings its US total to $151.4 million.
Finally, Punisher: War Zone spluttered into eighth place, bringing home a disappointing $4 million. Perhaps now it’s time to put a bullet in that particular attempt at launching a franchise.
- Four Christmases ($18.2 million)
- Twilight ($13.2 million)
- Bolt ($9.6 million)
- Australia ($7 million)
- Quantum Of Solace ($6.6 million)
- Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa ($5.1 million)
- Transporter 3 ($4.5 million)
- Punisher: War Zone ($4 million)
- Cadillac Records ($3.5 million)
- Role Models ($2.6 million)
[Source: Box Office Mojo]