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1. The Hobbit, $84.6 million

2. Rise of the Guardians, $7.1 million

3. Lincoln, $7 million

4. Skyfall, $6.5 million

5. Life of Pi, $5.4 million

6. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2, $5.1 million

7. Wreck-It Ralph, $3.2 million

8. Playing for Keeps, $3.1 million

9. Red Dawn, $2.4 million

10. Silver Linings Playbook, $2.1 million

-- Hollywood.com, Dec. 14-16

iTunes Canada albums

1. Dogs Eating Dogs, Blink-182

2. Christmas, Michael Bublé

3. 30 Stars of Christmas Vol. 2, various artists

4. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

5. On This Winter's Night, Lady Antebellum

6. Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Vol. 3

7. 30 Stars of Christmas, various artists

8. My Head Is an Animal, Of Monsters and Men

9. Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

10. 12-12-12 The Concert for Sandy Relief, various artists

-- iTunes Canada, week ending Dec. 16

CKUW albums

1. Vampires, Vampires

2. Desire's Despair, Mise En Scene

3. Lazyhorse, Lazyhorse

4. The Sticks, Mother Mother

5. Marblemouth, Boats!

6. Failed States, Propagandhi

7. The Bears for Lunch, Guided by Voices

8. Midnight Midnight, Nova

9. Glam Crust or Bust, Phlegm Fatale

10. Gold, Enjoy

-- 95.9 FM, week ending Dec. 16

Top 10 UMFM albums of 2012

1. Mannequin, JP Hoe

2. Busting Visions, Zeus

3. Headwaters, Del Barber

4. Synthetica, Metric

5. Provincial, John K Samson

6. Live!, Sub City

7. Celebration Rock, Japandroids

8. Death Dreams, PS I Love You

9. Failed States, Propagandhi

10. Extended Play, Royal Canoe

-- 101.5 FM

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 20, 2012 C2

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