The Hobbit Rules The Box Office With Domestic Gross Of $222 Million

The Hobbit Rules The Box Office With Domestic Gross Of $222 Million

“The Hobbit” is raking in some serious dough since it was released into theaters. Have you seen the movie yet?

Critics didn’t take too kindly with the flick upon its release, but that isn’t stopping fans of the franchise from flocking to theaters to see it. The movie is continuing to dominate the box office for a third week.

The “Lord Of The Rings” prequel has already grossed over $222 million domestically and abroad, over $400 million in ticket sales. Warner Brothers has confirmed that Peter Jackson’s newest film has brought in a little under $33 million. This has secured the movie a spot in the top of the box office charts.

In second on the box office ticket sales is “Django Unchained” which brought in a little under $30.7 million. In the third spot on the charts is “Les Miserables” with $28 million. Taking fourth place is “Parental Guidance” with a gross ticket sales amounting to $14.8 million. Rounding out the top five is Tom Cruise’s new movie “Jack Reacher”, which grossed a total of $14 million.

What did you see in theaters this past weekend? Hit the comments and let us know which movie you’re looking forward to seeing. Is it “The Hobbit”?

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