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1. Texas Chainsaw 3D, $21.7 million

2. Django Unchained, $20 million

3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey $17.5 million

4. Les Miserables, $16 million

5. Parental Guidance, $9.7 million

6. Jack Reacher, $9.1 million

7. This Is 40, $8.3 million

8. Lincoln, $5.4 million

9. The Guilt Trip, $4.4 million

10. Promised Land, $4 million

-- Hollywood.com, Jan. 4-6

iTunes Canada albums

1. Babel, Mumford & Sons

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

3. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

4. Take Me Home, One Direction

5. Les Misérables, soundtrack

6. Believe, Justin Bieber

7. Pitch Perfect, soundtrack

8. The Truth About Love, P!nk

9. Blown Away, Carrie Underwood

10. Red, Taylor Swift

-- iTunes Canada, week ending Jan. 6

CKUW albums

1. Desire's Despair, Mise En Scene

2. The Sticks, Mother Mother

3. Midnight Midnight, Nova

4. Marblemouth, Boats!

5. Crash, DJ Beekeeni

6. Failed States, Propagandhi

7. Waiting on the Moon, Drums and Wires

8. The Haunted Man, Bat for Lashes

9. Christmas with the Blues, David Gogo

10. Glam Crust or Bust, Phlegm Fatale

-- 95.9 FM, week ending Jan. 6

UMFM Folk/Roots/Blues

1. Spectators, Amelia Curran

2. Red Hot, The F-Holes

3. Trent Severn, Trent Severn

4. The Mando Chronicles: Disc 1 Americana, Peter Ostroushko

5. Blue Clouds, Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower

6. My-Oh-My, Revelstoke

7. Better Day, Dolly Parton

8. Heart on My Sleeve, Don Amero

9. Tales of the Uquiet Dead, The Unquiet Dead

10. The Folk Sinner, Lee Harvey Osmond

-- 101.5 FM, week ending Jan. 6

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 10, 2013 C2

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