The Vince Vaughn-Reese Witherspoon comedy "Four Christmases" ho, ho, ho'ed its way to the top of the box office for the second week in a row.
The holiday-themed film that opened up with a $52 million over the holiday weekend, added an additional $18 million this week, beating out much headier fare such as "Milk" and "Frost/Nixon, and this week's No. 2 flick, "Twilight."
"Bolt," which came in third last week remained in that spot followed by: "Australia," "Quantum of Solace," "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa," "Transporter 3," "Punisher: War Zone" and "Role Models."
The highly-promoted "Cadillac Records" starring Jeffrey Wright, Beyonce Knowles, Adrien Brody, Gabrielle Union, Columbus Short, Mos Def and Cedric the Entertainer, was shown in limited release on only 686 screens and made only $3.5 million.
Keep an eye out this weekend for "Nothing Like the Holidays," a Latino spin on last year's "This Christmas." It stars John Leguizamo, Debra Messing, Freddie Rodriguez and Alfred Molina. Also opening up is: "Dark Streets," "The Day the Earth Stood Still" with Jaden Smith and "Che" with Benicio Del Torro (NY/LA).