Despite achieving the second best Christmas Day opening in history, Les Miserables had to settle for the bronze medal at the box office this weekend. The musical has amassed a sturdy $64 million since its opening. Even in third place, the Victor Hugo adaption has the best start for any musical. With the awards season kicking into high gear in the next few weeks, it’s numbers will undoubtedly continue to rise.

For the third week in a row, The Hobbit reigned supreme. Nabbing another $32 million, the Warner Bros. flick crashed through the $200 million barrier. With it’s small decline from last week’s numbers, the film has a good chance of reaching the $300 million milestone.

Landing in between Les Miserables and The Hobbit, is Quentin Tarantino’s latest- Django Unchained. The slave Western film is the best debut of Tarantino’s career with $30 million and $64 million since it’s Christmas Day launch. It’s projected to topple the director’s best film to date- Inglorious Basterds which notched $120.5 during its run. In other box office news, Skyfall crossed over $1 billion worldwide making it the 14th highest-grossing film. Check out the rest of this week’s Top 10 below.

  • 1. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: $32,920,000 ($222,703,000 total)
  • 2. Django Unchained: $30,688,000 ($64,008,000 open since Wednesday)
  • 3. Les Miserables: $28,028,000 ($67,400,000 open since Wednesday)
  • 4. Parental Guidance: $14,800,000 ($29,589,000 total)
  • 5. Jack Reacher: $13,186,000 ($37,100,000 total)
  • 6. This is 40: $5,390,000 ($7,420,614 total)
  • 7. Lincoln: $7,509,000 ($132,039,000 total)
  • 8. The Guilt Trip: $6,700,000 ($21,102,000 total)
  • 9. Monsters, Inc. 3D: $6,363,000 ($18,490,000 total)
  • 10. Rise of the Guardians: $4,900,000 ($90,230,000 total)