Narnia Overcomes Skull Island

The battle has been extremely fierce, and for this weekend, Aslan beat out the mighty Kong at the box office. The C.S. Lewis classic edged out ahead of the gigantic ape by just over $1 million. Steven Spielberg’s Munich, currently in limited release, slide from 8th to 10th place overall, though it did make slightly more money. Munich is currently playing on just 532 screens. At the Box Office was delayed, due to studio estimates being postponed for the holiday.

At The Box Office for December 30 2005 – Jan 1, 2006

1. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, $25,720,000
2. King Kong, $24,591,000
3. Fun with Dick and Jane, $16,400,000
4. Cheaper by the Dozen 2, $14,250,000
5. Rumor Has It, $9,245,000
6. The Family Stone, $8,075,000
7. Memoirs of a Geisha, $7,800,000
8. The Ringer, $6,125,000
9. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, $5,780,000
10. Munich, $4,761,000
(via BoxOfficeMojo)

Total Box Office Intake: $122,747,000
Intake from New Releases: n/a
Remaining Difference: n/a

Click Here to Read TDI’s Preview of Major Box Office Releases for January, 2006

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