Entertainment News: Weekend box office

(CNN) - No new movies were able to top the hold-over blockbuster franchises during Thanksgiving weekend. "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" was the box office champ for the second week bringing in $64 million dollars. "Skyfall," the James Bond franchise came in second, followed by the Spielberg biopic "Lincoln". The five day Thanksgiving run brought in a record breaking $290 million dollar total.

(CBS) - The Beatles audition tape that a record executive rejected is on the auction block tomorrow in London. The ten-song tape was recorded on New Year's Day in 1962. A rep from DECCA actually told the Beatles' manager that guitar groups were on their way out.

(CNN) - Fans are mourning a TV legend. Actor Larry Hagman, best remembered as the villain J.R. Ewing in the TV series "Dallas," died during the Thanksgiving weekend at age 81. The TV show, popular in the 70s and 80s earned Hagman worldwide recognition. The actor was filming an episode of TNT'smodern-day remake of "Dallas" when he was hospitalized for complications related to his battle with cancer.


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