“Evil Dead” Scares Box Office

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The reboot of the Evil Dead scared up $30.5 million in ticket sales this weekend to debut at the top of the box-office.

“The Croods” Cleans Up At Box Office

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The family-friendly animated feature The Croods cleaned up at the box office this weekend, taking in $44.7 million in its opening weekend.

“Oz” Conjures Weekend Win Over “Burt Wonderstone”

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Two magic-themed movies squared off over the weekend and it was Oz, The Great and Powerful that came away with the victory.

“Oz” Opens Strong

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Oz, the Great and Powerful cast a spell over the box-office this weekend, opening with $80.2 million. It was the highest grossing opening for a movie in 2013.

“Identity Thief” Wins Weekend

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A slow weekend helped the comedy Identity Thief steal the top spot at the box-office this weekend with $14.1 million in ticket sales.

“Die Hard” Wins Weekend

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The fifth installment in the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard, charged to the top of the box-office this weekend, taking in $25 million in its debut.

“Identity Thief” Steals Box Office Crown

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The new comedy Identity Thief, starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, stole the box-office crown this weekend, opening with $36.6 million, according to studio estimates from Hollywood.com.

“Warm Bodies” Wins Weekend

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Zombies took the box office by storm this weekend with the new movie Warm Bodies taking in $19.5 million in its opening weekend.

“Hansel and Gretel” Slay Box Office

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Despite no preview screenings, the long delayed Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters opened in the top spot at the box office this weekend. The Jeremy Renner starring film took in $19 million on its opening weekend.

“Zero Dark Thirty” Wins Weekend

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Oscar nominee Zero Dark Thirty opened wider across the U.S. and took the top spot at the box-office this weekend with $24 million in ticket sales.

“Texas Chainsaw” Slices Box Office

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A reboot of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre did better than Hollywood expected to lead the box-office this weekend with $23 million in ticket sales.

As Expected, “Journey” Wins Weekend

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Audiences were ready to explore Middle Earth once again, though the Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey didn’t do nearly as well as many analysts predicted. Some in Hollywood thought the first in a trilogy of films based on the fantasy novel would take in $100 million in its first weekend. Instead An Unexpected Journey took in $84.7 million.

Box Office Serves Up Leftovers

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A couple of new films hit theaters over the weekend, but audiences apparently wanted leftovers.

Bond, Vampires Top Box Office

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For the Thanksgiving weekend, movie goers mostly feasted on leftovers. The top two movies at the box office were The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 and Skyfall.

“Breaking Dawn, Part 2″ Wins Weekend

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It’s the end of an era. The final Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn, Part 2 opened this weekend with $141.3 million in ticket sales. That easily put the final vampire romance saga installment at the top of the box-office for the weekend.