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This week’s top US movies

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This week’s top US movies

It seems that there is simply no stopping Twilight, as The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 retained its top spot at the box office for the Thanksgiving weekend. Twilight managed to gross $42 million at the weekend, taking its box office total to $221.3 million in the US alone and a massive $489.3 million worldwide. However, the rest of the top 10 is dominated by family movies.

At number two is the latest offering from The Muppets (and we don’t mean The X Factor contestants) which managed to gross $29.5 million. In third place we have the loveable penguins making their return for Happy Feet Two, which grossed a reasonable $13.4 million. Down in fourth place on the box office weekend chart is the James McAvoy voiced Arthur Christmas, which brought in $12.7 million.
 
At number five we have the Martin Scorsese movie Hugo, which stars Asa Butterfield and Chloe Moretz and made $11.4 million this weekend. Number six sees Adam Sandler as both Jack and Jill in the movie of the same name, Jack and Jill, which grossed $10.3 million. Next up, at number seven, we have Henry Cavill and Mickey Rourke in the Tarsem Singh movie Immortals, grossing $8.8 million.
 
Number eight of this weekend’s US box office chart, is the Shrek spin off Puss In Boots, voiced by Antonio Banderas and grossing $7.4 million. At number nine we have the Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy movie Tower Heist, which made $7.3 million this weekend. And finally, rounding off the top ten, is the Alexander Payne Comedy Drama The Descendants, which stars George Clooney and grossed $7.2 million.
 
Next week should finally see Twilight removed from top spot, although stranger things have happened. We tip the Steve McQueen movie Shame, which stars Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan, to fair well at the box office this coming weekend. We will be back on Monday to bring you the updated top US movies.
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