Holiday 2013 movie box office results

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug continues to take the number one spot at the box office for the third week in a row. Here are the top ten films that scored brownie points at the 2013 Holiday box office.

1) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $9.3 m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $10.5m
Dec 27 2013 $10.3m
Weekend Gross $29.9m
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2) Frozen
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $6.3m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $9.1m
Dec 27 2013 $10.3m
Weekend Gross $29m
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3) Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $8.1m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day)$7.3m
Dec 27 2013 $7.1m
Weekend Gross $20.2m
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4) American Hustle
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $7.4m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $6.3m
Dec 27 2013 $6.4m
Weekend Gross $20m
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5) The Wolf of Wall Street
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $9.1m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $6.6m
Dec 27 2013 $6.3m
Weekend Gross $18.5m
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6) Saving Mr. Banks –
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $5.1m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $4.6m
Dec 27 2013 $4.7m
Weekend Gross $14m
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7) The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $7.8m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $4.7m
Dec 27 2013 $4.5m
Weekend Gross $13m
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8 ) 47 Ronin
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $7.0m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $3.6m
Dec 27 2013 $3.5m
Weekend Gross $9.9m
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9) Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $2.9m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $2.2m
Dec 27 2013 $2.5m
Weekend Gross $7.4m
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10) Grudge Match
Dec 25 2013 (Christmas Day) $3.9m
Dec 26 2013 (Boxing Day) $2.1m
Dec 27 2013 $2.4m
Weekend Gross $7.3m
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