Kristen Stewart and her blood-sucking crew once again ruled this weekend’s box office making it a three-peat for the final chapter of the Twilight franchise. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 added another 17.4 million to its impressive total. Landing in the runner-up slot (just barely) is the lastest James Bond flick which scored $17 million. Skyfall continues to increase its total as the biggest grossing 007 flick of all-time.

While Twilight and Skyfall continued their reign over the box office, a notable newcomer failed to create much excitement at the cash registers. Brad Pitt’s latest drama, Killing Them Softly, opened weakly with only $7 million. While critics were generally kind to the arty hit man flick, audiences were not. The film scored the very rare, and embarrassing, “F” from audiences via CinemaScore. OUCH. Someone might want to take a hit on whomever greenlit this project ;)

In other box office news, two Oscar frontrunners continued to impress. Silver Linings Playbook starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper had the highest theater average in the Top 10 and declined much smaller from last weekend’s Thanksgiving-inflated numbers than any other film. Meanwhile, Ben Affleck’s Argo crossed the all-important $100 million milestone in its 8th weekend of release. Check out what else landed in the Top 10 this week below.

Top 10 Movies (Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2013)

  • 1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2: $17,000,000 ($254,600,000 total)
  • 2. Skyfall: $17,000,000 ($246,029,000)
  • 3. Lincoln: $13,509,000 ($83,698,000)
  • 4. Rise of the Guardians: $13,500,000 ($48,947,000 total)
  • 5. Life of Pi: $12,000,000 ($48,361,000 total)
  • 6. Wreck-It Ralph: $7,020,000 ($158,257,000 total)
  • 7. Killing Them Softly: $7,000,000 (opening)
  • 8. Red Dawn: $6,550,000 ($31,320,000 total)
  • 9. Flight: $4,540,000 ($81,527,000 total)
  • 10. Silver Linings Playbook: $3,341,000 ($10,991,000 total)