On Gear Live: Apple Changes the Mac Forever, iOS 14, and more w/ Guest Mark Gurman!

Sunday November 11, 2012 6:44 pm

Box Office Breakdown: ‘Skyfall’ Knocks ‘Ralph’ from Top Spot

Daniel Craig as James Bond in 'Skyfall'

To no one's surprise, Skyfall swept the box office this weekend, nabbing the number one spot at the box office. What is a pleasant surprise - for the film's producers, anyway - was that the 23rd James Bond film's take of $87.8 million secured a new opening weekend record for the 50-year-old franchise.

Disney's latest film, Wreck-It Ralph, was bumped down from its number one title to number two with $33 million while Flight also dropped a spot to number three with $15.1 million. Argo remains within the top five with $6.7 million in its fifth week while Taken 2 stayed put at number five with $4 million.

Read More | Box Office Mojo

1. Skyfall, Sony, $87,800,000 (avg. $25,050)
2. Wreck-It Ralph, Disney, $33,056,000 (avg. $8,810)
3. Flight, Paramount, $15,100,000 (avg. $7,377)
4. Argo, Warner Bros., $6,745,000 (avg. $2,441)
5. Taken 2, Fox, $4,000,000 (avg. $1,608)
6. Here Comes the Boom, Sony, $2,550,000 (avg. $1,248)
7. Cloud Atlas, Warner Bros., $2,525,000 (avg. $1,248)
8. Pitch Perfect, Universal, $2,504,000 (avg. $1,800)
9. The Man with the Iron Fists,Universal, $2,490,000 (avg. $1,330)
10. Hotel Transylvania, Sony, $2,350,000 (avg. $916)



Commenting is not available in this channel entry.