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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies had another mighty weekend at the international box office. The final chapter in Peter Jackson's Middle Earth prequel trilogy grossed $105.5 million, which brings its 12-day total to a stunning $265 million. Its biggest market was Germany, where it added $12.4 million for a total of $37.7 million.
First thing that springs to mind is LotR Fellowship, when Frodo first touches the ring ahnd BAM! EYE OF SAURON! And then, at Rivendell scary Bilbo. Also, the spoiler bit in Interstellar. That's all I got I can also think of the Bus Death scene from Final Destination but that is a horror film
The Hobbit battles to #1!
The halfling hero and his considerable supporting cast won the war at theaters this weekend, putting THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES at the top of the box office with an estimated $56.2 million!
The grand finale of director Peter Jackson's second Tolkien trilogy came in lower than THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG's $73.6 million first weekend, although THE