BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: Will ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2’ Win the Weekend Again?

Or will new release ‘Playing for Keeps’ stop Summit Entertainment's franchise finale from making it to four weeks in a row?
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BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: Will ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2’ Win the Weekend Again?

PREDICTED WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:

1
$13.4 millionPlaying for Keeps
46%
Users
11 reviews
4%
Tomatoes
84 reviews
3
$9 millionSkyfall
96%
Users
124 reviews
92%
Tomatoes
294 reviews
4
$6.5 millionLincoln
95%
Users
51 reviews
89%
Tomatoes
237 reviews
5
$6 millionRise of the Guardians
92%
Users
58 reviews
0%
Tomatoes
143 reviews
6
$5.1 millionLife of Pi
92%
Users
56 reviews
88%
Tomatoes
216 reviews
7
$4.4 millionWreck-It Ralph
99%
Users
76 reviews
86%
Tomatoes
163 reviews
8
$3 millionKilling Them Softly
73%
Users
37 reviews
76%
Tomatoes
206 reviews
9
$2.9 millionRed Dawn
60%
Users
55 reviews
12%
Tomatoes
127 reviews
10
Flight
99%
Users
62 reviews
78%
Tomatoes
212 reviews

Sources: Brian Gallagher

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  • thedude1 • 3 years ago

    Deadline.com is reporting that Skyfall will indeed take the weekend with roughly 11 million dollars. Twilight in second with roughly 8.7 million. The new Gerald Butler movie will have trouble breaking 6 million dollars.

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    • ROFLitschristian • 3 years ago

      Skyfall, Twilight, Lincoln. Playing for Keeps stands no chance.

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      • moviegeek • 3 years ago

        Lincoln expands this weekend. I think it will be number one, though it could just be Skyfall by default since it's been number one during the week. Playing for keeps won't break $7 million.

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        • 2movieguys • 3 years ago

          "Red Dawn" has received generally unfavorable reviews from film critics...see silly Hollywood remakes/reboots...never work!

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          • 2movieguys • 3 years ago

            Nothing worth while opened last week...went to see "Silver Linings Playbook" ...amazing film...amazing performance from Bradley Cooper!

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            • gallagher • 3 years ago

              @john-m OK cool. Let's see what happens on Sunday:) It's going to be a slow weekend no matter what.

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              • zeus • 3 years ago

                @syndicate Well said, let's now bloody see it happen, before some gets shot!!

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                • syndicate • 3 years ago

                  It better NOT win the weekend box office or part of the weekend top 10. Movies like Skyfall, Argo and Lincoln better kick that movie off the top 10 weekend box office, and NOT just to number 11, 12 or 13 spot. Because that is still big wrong. More like to 20 or 24, that should be about right. Movies like Skyfall, Argo and Lincoln need do their job and make it happen.

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                  • zeus • 3 years ago

                    Please not again, I can't wait for this movie to just die once and for all!!

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                    • thedude1 • 3 years ago

                      Slow week. Maybe Skyfall can come out with a big upset. One can hope so.

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                      • john-m • 3 years ago

                        1. Skyfall: 12 million

                        2. Rise of the Guardians: 11 million

                        3. Lincoln: 9 million

                        4. Twilight: 9 million

                        5. Life of Pi: 8 million

                        6. Playing For Keeps: 6 million

                        7: Wreck-It Ralph: 5 million

                        8: Silver Linings Playbook: 3 million

                        9.: Killing Them Softly: 3: million

                        10: Red Dawn: 3 million

                        This will be another down weekend until the big films start coming out next weekend with the Hobbit, but I think Skyfall should win and the bottom three are really to close to call.

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                        • gallagher • 3 years ago

                          Post your top 10 in here and let's see who's right, or closest to right on Sunday:) I know mine haven't been the best lately, but I can't see Twilight taking it again, and Keeps is the only new wide release.

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                          • bawnian-dexeus • 3 years ago

                            And playing for keeps won't even make it to third

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                            • bawnian-dexeus • 3 years ago

                              Nope.

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