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'Breaking Dawn Part II' Took Huge Opening With $71.2 Million

November 18, 2012 (4:06 pm) GMT
The last vampire saga predictably will take the first position in the box office this weekend with such cume.
'Breaking Dawn Part II' Took Huge Opening With $71.2 Million

"" is looking at a bright box office future. The last installment in the vampire series has taken in $71.2 million in the first twenty four hours it hit the theaters in North America.

The figure is slightly less than what its two predecessors gathered. The first part of "Breaking Dawn" took in $71.6 million last year while 2009's "" still held the biggest opening in the franchise with $72.7 million.

Nevertheless, "Breaking Dawn Part II" will easily win the weekend box office with such opening. It is predicted to get between $135 to $140 million even though number will decline over the course of two days. James Bond movie "", which took the first place last week, raked in $12.4 million and is likely to gather $42 million this weekend.

In the third place, Steven Spielberg's "" is expected to get $21 million after taking $6.4 million on its first day. Meanwhile, "" and "" will take the fourth and fifth places with $18.5 million and $8.8 million respectively. These two earned $4.5 million and $2.5 million on Friday.

Other movies in the Top 10 box office this weekend include "", "", "", "" and "".

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