1. Exodus: Gods and Kings
    $24.1M
  2. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1
    $12.7M
  3. The Penguins of Madagascar
    $7.2M
  4. Top Five
    $6.9M
  5. Big Hero 6
    $6.1M
  6. Interstellar
    $5.5M
  7. Horrible Bosses 2
    $4.6M
  8. Dumb and Dumber To
    $2.8M
  9. The Theory of Everything
    $2.5M
  10. Wild
    $1.5M

For the weekend of 12/12/2014 Source: Rentrak

  1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
    $117.6M
  2. Exodus: Gods and Kings
    $18.8M
  3. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1
    $16.0M
  4. The Penguins of Madagascar
    $14.7M
  5. Interstellar
    $11.4M
  6. Paddington
    $11.0M
  7. Horrible Bosses 2
    $5.9M
  8. My Love, Don't Cross That River
    $4.7M
  9. Big Hero 6
    $3.9M
  10. Gone Girl
    $2.7M

Weekend of 12/12/2014

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Into the Woods

Into the Woods

Director Rob Marshall overcame Meryl Streep's no-witch policy, Emily Blunt's baby bump, Johnny Depp's creepy song and Disney's deep apprehensions to finally bring the Stephen Sondheim's twisted musical fairy tale to the big screen.

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