‘Unbroken’ Starts Strong, but those Furry-Footed Hobbits Are Still on Top at the Box Office

Seven major new films opened in a varying number of theaters on Christmas Day, and by Sunday very different Hollywood camps were celebrating. “Unbroken” was an unexpected hit, while “Into the Woods” found a broad audience. But no newcomer could topple “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.”

Seven major new films opened in a varying number of theaters on Christmas Day, and by Sunday very different Hollywood camps were celebrating. “Unbroken” was an unexpected hit, while “Into the Woods” found a broad audience. But no newcomer could topple “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.”

Source:: ‘Unbroken’ Starts Strong, but those Furry-Footed Hobbits Are Still on Top at the Box Office

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