We're still tabulating who precisely won the Box Office Winners League (i.e. I'm trying to manipulate the data so that I win), but for now, we'll be back to the regular old list format for the foreseeable future. Or, at least, we would be, if anything at all was coming out this weekend.
The weekend after Thanksgiving is a pretty horrible one for movies, for some reason. I guess it's the weekend that everyone decides to go out and buy Christmas presents? Anyway, it's often among the lowest-grossing weekends of the entire year, and it'll certainly be in the running again this year, as there isn't a single new wide release coming out. Twilight: Breaking Dawn: Part I and The Muppets will probably be fighting over the #1 slot. Personally, I couldn't imagine a better start to December than to see the incredibly good word of mouth for The Muppets propel it to the top slot. It's a movie I unabashedly recommended to my mother; what can you say to that?
Which isn't to say that nothing's coming out, though. Shame, the boneriffic sex addiction drama from Steve McQueen (no, not that Steve McQueen) is arriving in limited release; we'll have a review of it up sometime today. The Artist is expanding into a few more theaters, and we'll likewise have a review of that coming up at some point later in the afternoon. Both The Descendants and Hugo are going to expand into more theaters, giving anyone who missed out on them last week a chance to catch up on a couple of excellent films.
What are you going to go see this weekend? Anything? Or is it just another weekend of Thu'uming in Skyrim?