1. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (NL/MGM/WB) NEW [Runs 4,045] PG13 Friday $37.0M, Weekend $96M
2. Skyfall (Eon/MGM/Sony) Week 6 [Runs 2,924] PG13 Friday $2.0M, Weekend $7.0M, Cume $272.4M
3. Lincoln (DreamWorks/Fox/Disney) Week 6 [Runs 2,285] PG13 Friday $1.8M, Weekend $6.3M, Cume $107.0M
4. Rise Of The Guardians (DWA/Par) Week 4 [Runs 3,387] PG Friday $1.5M, Weekend $7.0M, Cume $70.9M
5. Breaking Dawn Part 2 (Summit/Lionsgate) Week 5 [Runs 3,042] PG13 Friday $1.5M, Weekend $5.0M, Cume $276.7M
6. Life Of Pi (Fox) Week 4 [Runs 2,548] PG Friday $1.4M, Weekend $5.0M, Cume $69.2M
7. Playing For Keeps (Millenium/FilmDistrict) Week 2 [Runs 2,840] PG13 Friday $1.0K (-53%), Weekend $3.0M, Cume $10.6M
8. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney) Week 7 [Runs 2,249]PG Friday $750K, Weekend $3.2M, Cume $168.7M
9. Red Dawn (MGM/FilmDistrict) Week 4 [Runs 2,250] PG13 Friday $725K, Weekend $2.5M, Cume $41.7M
10. Silver Linings Playbook (Weinstein) Week 5 [Runs 371] R Friday $560K, Weekend $1.9M, Cume $16.8M
Fifty-eight percent of Guardians' grosses come from abroad. Domestically, the picture looks as though it will brush up against $100 million but not way beyond. We'll see.
Wreck-It Ralph should get up over $180 million in the US. and Canada.
Add On: Rise of the Guardians had a 29% drop in box office receipts and ended up #2 at the domestic box office in its fourth week of release.