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Weekend Report, November 19, 2012

Whether you're devastated or overjoyed that the final Twlight film has at last opened, the moment has indeed come. Breaking Dawn Part 2's staggering $141M three-day take, while still a million or so off from the franchise record, was enough to put Lionsgate over the $1B mark for the year. And hey, tweens, guess what? There are other books out there besides The Hunger Games and Twilight! Take, for example, Doris Kearns Goodwin's Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. Her historical study served as source material for Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, which also impressed in its debut this past weekend. This film definitely has fewer first kisses and vampire wars (yes, this is the Abraham Lincoln film without vampires), but is worth checking out nonetheless.

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2: $141M

Bill Condon
WME - David Lubliner
Anonymous Content - Adam Schulman

Robert Pattinson
WME - Stephanie Ritz
3 Arts Entertainment - Nick Frenkel

Kristen Stewart
Gersh - Ken Kaplan


Skyfall: $41.5M

Sam Mendes
CAA - Beth Swofford

Daniel Craig
CAA - Chris Andrews

Javier Bardem
WME - Elyse Scherz


Lincoln: $21M

Steven Spielberg
CAA - Richard Lovett

Daniel Day-Lewis
Julian Belfrage Associates - Victoria Belfrage
Parseghian/Planco - Gene Parseghian

Sally Field
CAA - Jeremy Plager
The Hofflund Company - Judy Hofflund


Wreck-It Ralph: $18.3M

John C. Reilly
WME - Sharon Jackson
Framework Entertainment - Peg Donegan

Sarah Silverman
CAA - Rick Kurtzman
Thruline Entertainment - Amy Zvi

Jack McBrayer
UTA - Jo Yao


Flight: $8.62M

Robert Zemeckis
CAA - Richard Lovett

Denzel Washington
WME - Patrick Whitesell

Melissa Leo
CAA - Tracy Brennan
Untitled Entertainment - Greg Clark


Source: Box Office Mojo