This weekend, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 opened in theatres with an astounding estimated $141.3 million. This is the fifth and final instalment of the Twilight series was just above the $138.12 million start of last year’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 and just below the $142.84 million start of 2009′s The Twilight Saga: New Moon. On it’s own, it was the eighth largest opening weekend performance of all-time, and tenth when inflation is taken into account.

Skyfall, which dominated the box office last weekend, came in second this weekend and brought in an estimated $41.5 million. That brings its total to $161.3 million so far. In third place was Lincoln, a Steven Spielberg-directed drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis that opened this weekend. Find out how much the film brought in and what other films make up the top 10 list below.

  • 1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2: $141,300,000 (opening)
  • 2. Skyfall: $41,500,000 ($161,337,108)
  • 3. Lincoln: $21,000,000 ($22,418,836 opening/total)
  • 4. Wreck-It Ralph: $18,312,000 ($121,479,290 total)
  • 5. Flight: $8,615,000 ($61,335,810 total)
  • 6. Argo: $4,070,000 ($92,022,480 total)
  • 7. Taken 2: $2,100,000 ($134,624,389 total)
  • 8. Pitch Perfect: $1,260,000 ($61,076,358 total)
  • 9. Here Comes the Boom: $1,200,000 ($41,019,015 total)
  • 10. Hotel Transylvania: $900,000 ($142,691,598 total)