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Last Installment of 'Twilight' Takes Top Spot at Box Office — But Didn't Beat Its Own Record

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Nov. 18 2012, Published 5:56 a.m. ET

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 opened in theaters Nov. 16 and nabbed the top spot at the box office for the weekend with an estimated $141.3 million.

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No one is surprised that Twilight was the most profitable film of the weekend, but it is a little surprising that it failed to make as much money as New Moon, which raked in $154 million in November 2009.

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When Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart broke up last summer, many wondered if the end of the real-life love story would affect how much fans would want to see the conclusion of their on-screen relationship. Most critics agreed that it would not make a difference in ticket sales, and it looks like they were right, even if the final installment failed to surpass the numbers of New Moon.

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Our own critic gave Breaking Dawn Part 2 a pretty stellar review, and for the most part, we've been hearing that fans who have already seen it, loved it. If you haven't seen it yet, let us know why, if you're planning on it and what you're expecting!

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