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Monday November 29, 2010 9:17 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Deathly Hallows Avoids Getting Tangled


Tangled's tresses weren't quite long enough to get past the Deathly Hallows last weekend.

Despite a $48.8 million debut ($68.7 million since Wednesday), Disney's latest animated feature found itself in a tight race. The film starring Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi landed firmly into second place -- approximately $300,000 shy of two-time winner Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Burlesque, featuring Christina Aguilera and Cher, rang up $11.9 million in ticket sales and a fourth-place finish. Although that figure isn't exactly something to brag about, it does represent Cher's biggest opening to date.

Promises of nudity couldn't get Love and Other Drugs into the Top 5. The Anne Hathaway/Jake Gyllenhaal movie earned less than $10 million and a sixth place debut. Meanwhile, Faster -- starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Billy Bob Thornton -- grossed $8.5 million for seventh place.

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  1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, Warner Bros., $49,087,101 (avg. $11,900)
  2. Tangled, Disney, $48,767,052 (avg. $13,535)
  3. Megamind, Dreamworks, $12,575,778 (avg. $3687)
  4. Burlesque, Sony Screen Gems, $11,947,744 (avg. $3934)
  5. Unstoppable, 20th Century Fox, $11,432,903 (avg. $3592)
  6. Love and Other Drugs, 20th Century Fox, $9,739,161 (avg. $3967)
  7. Faster, CBS Films, $8,523,153 (avg. $3473)
  8. Due Date, Warner Bros., $7,167,885 (avg. $2805)
  9. The Next Three Days, Liongsgate, $4,683,123 (avg. $1826)
  10. Morning Glory, Paramount, $3,910,058 (avg. $1602)

(You can review last week's numbers here.)



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