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Breaking Dawn Part 2 Makes $72 Million


Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn 2 Online. Breaking Dawn Part 2 could in many ways be the biggest film of the Twilight franchise, what with the enormous battle scene, the many vampires coming in from all over the world to help Bella and Edward, and of course, the "they lived happily ever after" ending. But it won't be the biggest at the box office, at least in its opening weekend.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn 2 Online. Though Breaking Dawn Part 2 made an estimated $72 million on Friday, it's not likely to be enough to beat the record $142.8 million that the second installment, New Moon, made in 2009. The question now, according to Deadline, is whether Breaking Dawn Part 2 can slip past the $138.1 million made by Part 1 last year.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn 2 Online. No matter what the franchise is clearly going out on top, but it's interesting to see Breaking Dawn fail to follow the pattern of the Harry Potter films, in which the final movie in the series made by far the most money.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. Luckily for anyone who's not a Twihard, there's a ton of other great stuff out there this weekend, and most of it is doing well-- Skyfall made $12.2 million Friday going into its second weekend, and will have no trouble being #2 for the weekend. Lincoln is also in its second weekend, expanding from 11 to 1,775 theaters, and will come in third with an estimated $20.1 million-- pretty amazing for a two-and-a-half-hour historical drama that's largely about the legislative process.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. And though there's no report yet about how Anna Karenina is doing in just 16 theaters, that's a great one too if you live in a city where you can check it out. McG already has his next directorial effort set up already, as he is getting set to make the Luc Besson-written and produced secret service action movie Three Days To Kill with Kevin Costner, but that doesn't mean the filmmaker is going to stop collecting potential projects for the future of his career.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. Wonderland Sound & Vision, the company owned by McG, is working with Red Crown Productions to make School of Fear, an adaptation of the first book in Gitty Danveshari's series for children. While McG is currently only attached as a producer, he is keeping it as an option to direct himself also, according to Variety.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. The first book in the trilogy follows a group of phobia-striken teenagers who are brought to a very special school where they hope to finally conquer their deepest fears. But in order to graduate and be fully cured they must "survive a perilous final test.

Watch Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn 2 Online. " The script is being written by Daniel Mackey, who the trade says was a writer on the second season of the webseries Aim High, which stars Twilight's Jackson Rathbone and Friday Night Lights' Aimee Teegarden. Rights to the book were first purchased in 2007 by GK Films founder Graham King, who had the project set up over at Warner Bros.

Watch Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. As you can probably guess - considering an adaptation hasn't been made yet - King's hold on the rights lapsed, allowing McG and his people to swoop in and pick them up. The film can't move into production until McG decideds whether or not he wants to direct (he has a first look deal), and if he does it means that the final cut could still be a few years away.

Watch Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. As a weapon, spears have had a long and storied history. They were used to take down mammoths and other animals by early hunters and were later used in battles and even the gladiator rings. Now, a new study is stating spears were human weapons well before any of these events took place.

Watch Breaking Dawn Part 2 Online. According to the study, spears popped up 500,000 years ago, a number that is 200,000 years earlier than archaeologists previously believed. According to The Guardian, Wilkins took photographs and studied the stones under a microscope to determine if the tools were used for a daily purpose or as spears, determining that the wear of the sharp tip of the stones meant the items had been more likely used as spears.

Watch The Man With The Iron Fists Online. This means that human and Neanderthal ancestors, Homo heidelbergensis, can currently be credited with generating the idea of spears. Since meat-eating leads to more energy and more energy leads to bigger brains, determining that the species had access to better hunting via spears is kind of a big deal. We can thank the 500,000-year-old species for giving us the large egos we have today.

Watch Taken 2 Online. Sometimes a meme takes over the Internet and becomes a genuine phenomenon, like "Gangnam Style" or, to go way back, the Rick Roll. And sometimes it becomes a flash in the pan that you remember only halfway just a few months later-- remember when everyone was all worked up about the lady who reviewed the Olive Garden in North Dakota? We'll have a full box office report to you on Sunday, so in the meantime, let us know what you're seeing this weekend!
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