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Once again, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" topped the box office this weekend, bringing in an estimated $17.4 million according to Film.com.
"Skyfall" and "Lincoln" came in second and third, with $17 million and $13.5 million respectively, making this the third weekend in a row those three films have finished in that exact order.
The success of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," "Skyfall" and "Lincoln" comes at the expense of Brad Pitt's new film, "Killing Them Softly," which crashed and burned in its debut, bringing in only $7 million for a disappointing seventh place finish.
For a full rundown of the weekend's box office, head to Film.com.
You like "Home Alone." Heck, you may even claim to love "Home Alone."
But do you love it enough to ink a tribute to Joe Pesci into your skin, permanently?
They say that beauty is skin-deep, but there's no adage for how deep fandom goes. These 25 hardcore fans of movies from, yes, "Home Alone" to "Black Swan" proudly display their devotion on their bodies in the form of intricate ink.
Scroll on to see, and tell us in the comments how you would pay body art tribute to your favorite flick.
1. 'The Dark Knight'
Despite hurricanes, earthquakes and every movie Taylor Kitsch made, 2012 has been a bounty of riches.
And, since it's Thanksgiving and all, we feel it's high time we took a moment to give thanks for those things (and people!) that have made this year so epically special.
So, without further ado...
1. 'Magic Mike,' for bringing sexy back.
2. Ben Affleck, for growing up to be a damn fine director. Who'd a guessed it?
3. Robert Pattinson, for teaching us what it looks like to truly feel.
4. Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, for being super-cute and super-cool at the same time.
5. Javier Bardem, for being one of the Best. Bond. Villains. Ever.
6. The riff-off! (From 'Pitch Perfect')
7. The Hulk, for smashing.
8. Stephen Chbosky, for adapting and directing his own book, and thus making a near-perfect film.
9. Bruce Willis, for always looking so darn confused.
10. Bill Murray, for his various offscreen cameos around the world.
11. 'Twilight,' for ending.
12. 'John Carter,' for being such a great punchline.
13. Ryan Gosling, for living.
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In a frightening development, CBS News is reporting that authorities in Missouri arrested a 20-year-old man last week after his mother reported that her son was planning to to kill theater-goers at a screening of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" yesterday.
Blaec Lammers, who reportedly had purchased assault rifles and more than 400 rounds of ammunition, told authorities that "he had a lot in common" with mass murderer James Holmes, who killed 12 people and injured 58 more at a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado on July 20. Get More »
Well, it's official. The "Twilight" era is over.
We hope you feel satisfied by its conclusion. For the most part, we did, too. But, while "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" may have seemed liked it wrapped up the trials and travails of Bella, Edward and Jacob in a nice, pretty, music montage of a bow, we'd beg to differ.
Before we allow those sparkle vamps to officially ride off into the sunset, we have a few important lingering questions. Get More »
As Twi-hards accept the coming of "Breaking Dawn – Part 2," the finale to "The Twilight Saga," it's difficult to imagine life without another installment of the Bella, Edward and Jacob love triangle on the horizon. What do we do to cope with the loss?
I'm sure some fans will try to go cold turkey — ripping down all their Team Edward posters and boxing up their sparkly vampire memorabilia — like some girls do trying to forget a painful ex-lover. Some will live in the past, like a former high school quarterback, insisting that the glory days are still here and any day now a new "Twilight" book will magically appear on bookstore shelves. Others will move on completely, taking the "best way to get over someone is to get under someone else" approach. Except that "someone" will be another YA series like "Mortal Instruments" or "Maximum Ride" and, like a rebound relationship, that won't work out in the end. As I've successfully argued before, nothing is the next "Twilight." Get More »
Ashley Greene had her breakout role in the supporting cast of Cullens in "The Twilight Saga" movies, but we knew it was only a matter of time before this brunette beauty stepped into the spotlight on her own.
Of course, we're celebrating the end of the "Twilight" era by highlighting her other talents — her brilliant brunette locks, flawless bone structure and body to die for — in this week's Hot People Looking Hot gallery.
We like to think we can see the future like Ashley's character Alice Cullen, and we predict we'll be seeing this actress lead movies and magazine covers for a long time. Flip through these photos, and you'll believe in our vision, too.
Alas, "The Twilight Saga" is coming to an end. Over the past several years, we've learned to love Bella, Edward, Jacob and crew, and we're sad to bid them all adieu. But, for four movies, we've loved their style … and "Breaking Dawn – Part 2" won't be breaking that streak.
In fact, as vampires and wolves come together from all over the world to protect Renesmee, an enemy in the Volturi isn't the only thing they have in common. Every character, whether vampire, wolf, or half-vampire-half-human, has a tremendous fashion sense. From fur pieces to casual attire and unique jewelry, these supernatural creatures sure know how to dress.
There have been many supervillains who have laughed maniacally throughout the years as they conduct their various diabolical schemes. But the most crazy maniacal laugh of all time may be the one you hear in the "Twilight" finale.
Michael Sheen, who plays Volturi bigwig Aro, takes insane cackling to a whole new level in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2." Hearing it may make you feel like you're going off the deep end yourself (or may send you giggling into hysteria, if you're like some of us).
Where did this glorious noise come from? Sheen says it's something of a victory cry over centuries of boredom. Get More »