Here’s your 5-day Thanksgiving box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – $ 110.1 million
2. Frozen – $ 93.0 million
3. Thor: The Dark World – $ 19.7 million
4. The Best Man Holiday – $ 11.1 million
5. Homefront – $ 9.7 million
6. Delivery Man – $ 9.6 million
7. The Book Thief – $ 6.4 million
8. Black Nativity – $ 5.0 million
9. Philomena -
There’s no disputing that the Thanksgiving movie box office is huge for the movie industry, typically making up the second largest movie going weekend of the year (after Memorial Day). There’s also no question that it’s brought us some of the biggest hit movies of all time, along with some genuine movie classics (such as the first two Toy Story movies). For most people it’s… Continue reading How 'Supergirl' Changed Thanksgiving at the Movies
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By Jen Heger – Radar Assistant Managing Editor
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Man and woman cannot live by turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie and Black Friday sales alone. When you’ve had your fill of Thanksgiving merriment, television will be there to comfort you with an array of specials and marathons all weekend long.
Here are some highlights. All times Eastern.
THURSDAY, NOV. 22
Specials”Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade,” 9 a.m., NBC”The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS,” 9 a.m., CBS”The… Continue reading Thanksgiving weekend TV: Parades, football and marathons galore