"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" scored the all-time box-office record for Thanksgiving weekend with a whopping $110.2 million over five days. The previous champ was "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", which took in $82 million in 2001.

Disney's "Frozen" also made history with the biggest-ever Thanksgiving opening with $93 million, beating out "Toy Story 2" which made $80 million in 1999.

"Thor: The Dark World" rounded out the top three with an estimated $15.4 million.

The top ten:

"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," $110.2M
"Frozen," $93M
"Thor: The Dark World," $15.4M
"The Best Man Holiday," $11M
"Homefront," $9.7M
"Delivery Man," $9.6M
"The Book Thief," $6.4M
"Black Nativity," $5M
"Philomena," $4.6M
"Last Vegas," $3.8M