Box Office Winners December 27-29 2013

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Dwarves continue to reign supreme as the holiday box office proves kid-friendly movies rule. ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ took in almost $30 Million dollars at the box office to keep it’s number 1 spot while Disney’s ‘Frozen’ cooly iced its way to second place with just under $29 Million. The heavily promoted ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’ took in $20 Million, upping its domestic total to $83 Million, the film cost a reported $50 Million to make, and another $50 Million to promote. ‘American Hustle’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ came in 4th and 5th with $19 and $18 Million dollars respectively. Newbie ’47 Ronin’ tanked with less than $10 Million to end up in 9th place, the film cost a reported $200 Million (!!) dollars to make. See the entire list of box office numbers below.

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: December 27-29, 2013

#1 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug $29,850,000 (Total Gross $190,304,000)
#2 Frozen $28,845,000 (Total Gross $248,366,000)
#3 Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues $20,150,000 (Total Gross $83,667,000)
#4 American Hustle $19,550,000 (Total Gross $60,035,000)
#5 The Wolf of Wall Street $18,510,000 (Total Gross $34,302,000)
#6 Saving Mr. Banks $14,021,000 (Total Gross $37,844,000)
#7 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty $13,000,000 (Total Gross $25,595,000)
#8 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire $10,200,000 (Total Gross $391,124,000)
#9 47 Ronin $9,869,000 (Total Gross $20,571,000)
#10 Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas $7,400,000 (Total Gross $43,719,000)

Top 10 Films of 2013 To Date

#1 Iron Man 3 ($409,013,994)
#2 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire ($391,124,000)
#3 Despicable Me 2 ($367,607,660)
#4 Man of Steel ($291,045,518)
#5 Monsters University ($268,492,764)
#6 Gravity ($254,592,000)
#7 Frozen ($248,366,000)
#8 Fast & Furious 6 ($238,679,850)
#9 Oz The Great and Powerful ($234,911,825)
#10 Star Trek Into Darkness ($228,778,661)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Buena Vista (Disney) $1,160,784,583
#2 Universal $606,287,510
#3 Warner Bros. $545,637,518
#4 LionsGate Films $391,124,000
#5 Paramount $228,778,661

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