The Warner Bros.’ seasonal comedy “Four Christmases” took a huge helping of the weekend Box Office, taking in an estimated $31.7 million in Friday-Sunday grosses, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Vince Vaughn-Reese Witherspoon vehicle has taken in an approximately $46.7 million since arriving in theaters on Wednesday, one of three films positioned to make full use of a holiday-lengthened weekend.
Disney’s CG-animated feature “Bolt” had a saw a surprising 1% increase from its opening totals a week earlier, registering $26.6 million to rise from third to second place at the Box Office. The impressive comeback performance boosted the film’s 10-day cumulative take to $66.9 million.
Summit Entertainment’s youth-targeting vampire film “Twilight” attracted $26.4 million in total gross over the weekend, dropping it from first to a third-place performance.
Below are Box Office totals for the weekend of November 28-30, 2008, from Nielsen EDI.
|1||Four Christmases||SUMMIT ENTERTAINMENT||$31,069,826||$46.1|
|2||Bolt||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS||$26,581,002||$66.8|
|4||Quantum of Solace||SONY PICTURES||$18,833,552||$141.4|
|5||Australia||TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX||$14,800,723||$20.0|
|6||Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa||PARAMOUNT||$14,207,329||$159.1|
|9||The Boy in The Striped Pajamas||MIRAMAX||$1,696,187||$5.2|
|Source: The Hollywood Reporter / Nielsen EDI|