'Skyfall' Has Best Opening in Bond History
November 11, 2012
Taking in an estimated $87.8 million this weekend in the U.S., Skyfall made box office history as the biggest debut for a Bond film ever.
The 23rd movie in the franchise, and star Daniel Craig's third's turn as the famed super-spy, took in $20 million more its opening weekend than 2008's Quantum of Solace ($67.5 million), the franchise's former best.
Disney's Wreck-It Ralph placed second with $33.1 million. The family friendly flick maintained a steady lead above Denzel Washington's Flight, which took in $15.1 million.
Argo held forth this week at $6.7 million, followed closely behind by Liam Neeson's Taken 2 at $4.0 million.