Beating out all of its Bond predecessors, "Skyfall" easily emerged victorious at the box office for the weekend of November 9-11, 2012.
Quadrupling its closest competitor, the Daniel Craig fronted "007" production roared out with an estimated $33.0 million first day in theaters while en route to a projected opening weekend take of $88.0 million.
Faring quite nicely upon its theatrical debut, Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph 3D" emerged victorious at the box office as the weekend of November 2-4, 2012 came to a close.
The animated film about a video game villain who wants to be a hero, but instead wrecks havoc, garnered estimated sales of $13.4 million on Friday and $21.2 million on Saturday with a $50 million projected take over its first three days of release.
Making a surprise move from runner-up to the pole position, "Argo" finds itself atop the pack at the box office to kick off the dismal weekend of October 26-28, 2012 .
The Ben Affleck starring/directed thriller - which is about Tony Mendez's account of the rescue of six U.S. diplomats during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis - garnered estimated sales of $3.9 million on Friday with a $13.2 million projected take during its third weekend of release.
Scaring up solid numbers for its big debut, "Paranormal Activity 4" emerged atop the pack to kick off the box office weekend of October 19-21, 2012.
The latest installment from the Paramount Pictures horror franchise raked in $15.0 million on Friday and another $9.3 million on Saturday with an expected debut weekend total of $30.0 million being enough to top all other theatrical competitors.
Still filling seats after its chart topping theatrical debut one week prior, "Taken 2" continued to reign at the box office while emerging as the top earner over the weekend of October 12-14, 2012.
The Olivier Megaton directed crime drama starring Liam Neeson as a retired CIA operative raked in $7.0 million on Friday and another $9.8 million on Saturday with an expected sophomore weekend total of $22.7 million being enough to top all other theatrical competitors.
Spearheading another solid weekend at movie theaters across the States, "Taken 2" is comfortable situated atop the box office to begin the weekend of October 5-7, 2012.
The Olivier Megaton directed crime drama starring Liam Neeson as a retired CIA operative scored a $18.5 million opening day followed by a $19 million day two while estimated to churn out a respectable weekend total of $50.0 million.