Box Office Roundup: November 26-28, 2010: Harry Potter Continues to Cast Spell

Monday, 29 November 2010 06:56 Written by  Matt Molgaard
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Box Office Roundup: November 26-28, 2010: Harry Potter Continues to Cast Spell

In one of the closer box office weekends in recent memory, Harry Potter edged out Tangled to hold on to the number one position at the box office. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows took in just over $50 million in it’s second week of release, while the animated Tangled sold just over $49 million in tickets to slide comfortably into second place.

DreamWorks’ Megamind fell a single spot to number three, siphoning another $12.8 million for a total draw of $130 million over the course of four weeks. The debuting Burlesque captured the fourth box office position with a moderate $11.8 million take.

Denzel Washington’s latest, Unstoppable, fell two positions to number five, selling another $11.7 million in tickets.

In what surely comes as a let down to companies Fox and CBS, the debuting Love and Other Drugs and Faster underperformed in a major way, taking in $9.8 million and $8.7 million, respectively.

Box Office Top 10: November 26-28, 2010

#01 - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: $50 million ($220 million two week total)

#02 - Tangled: $49 million ($69 million total)

#03 - Megamind: $12 million ($130 million four week total)

#04 - Burlesque: $11.8 million ($17 million total)

#05 - Unstoppable: $11.75 Million ($60 million three week total)

#06 - Love and Other Drugs: $9.8 million ($14 total)

#07 - Faster: $8.7 million ($12 million total)

#08 - Due Date: $7.3 million ($85 million four week total)

#09 - The Next Three Days: $4.8 million ($14 million two week total)

#10 - Morning Glory: $4 million ($26 million three week total)

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