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In the past month, we’ve seen the highly anticipated Hobbit film, “Skyfall,” the final “Twilight” movie, and “Silver Linings Playbook” hit theatres, and the year isn’t over yet.We still have the Christmas Day releases of suspected Oscar front runner “Les Misérables” and Quentin Tarantino’s gritty “Django Unchained.”
While Box Office Mojo predicts both films will open to more than $100 million this weekend, how will they stack up to previous Christmas releases?
We’ve taken a look at the top Christmas Day debuts and it looks like this year’s movies will blow all others – save possibly one – out of the water.
Source: Box Office Mojo
'Dreamgirls,' based on the Broadway musical, had a star-studded cast that included Beyoncé, Jennifer Hudson, Eddie Murphy, Jamie Foxx, and Danny Glover. Hudson's role won her an Oscar for best supporting actress.
'Bedtime Stories' stars Adam Sandler, Keri Russell, Guy Pearce, and Russell Brand. The movie shows what happens when outlandish stories that Sandler tells his niece and nephew begin to come true.
This movie stars Jude Law, Robert Downey, Jr., and Rachel McAdams and went on to earn $525 million worldwide. 'Sherlock Holmes' is Law's highest-grossing film, Downey's fourth highest, and McAdams' second highest.
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