U.S. Movie Box Office Grosses for Dec. 14 - Dec. 16

The following table has U.S. Movie Box Office figures provided by studios to Hollywood.com Box-Office. The amounts are based on gross ticket sales from Dec. 14 - Dec. 16.

                                 Rev.             Avg./    Pct.   Total
   Movie                        (mln) Theaters  Theater    Chg.   (mln)  Wks
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 1 THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED J  $84.6    4,045  $20,919     --    $84.6    1
 2 RISE OF THE GUARDIANS (3-D)    7.1    3,387    2,109    -31     71.1    4
 3 LINCOLN                        7.0    2,285    3,078    -21    107.7    6
 4 SKYFALL                        6.6    2,924    2,242    -39    271.9    6
 5 LIFE OF PI (3-D)               5.4    2,548    2,124    -35     69.6    4
 6 THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING    5.1    3,042    1,688    -44    276.8    5
 7 WRECK-IT RALPH                 3.2    2,249    1,430    -34    168.7    7
 8 PLAYING FOR KEEPS              3.1    2,840    1,108    -45     10.7    2
 9 RED DAWN                       2.4    2,250    1,071    -43     40.9    4
10 SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK        2.1      371    5,685     -3     17.0    5
11 FLIGHT                         1.9    1,823    1,048    -39     89.4    7
12 ARGO                           1.2      667    1,754    -21    105.0   10


Top 12 Films Grosses

   This Week     Year Ago      Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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    $129.9        $110.5       +18


Year-to-date Revenue

     2012          2011
      YTD           YTD        Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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   $10,186        $9,599      +6.1


Year-to-date Attendance:     +6.0%

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