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The latest film of the franchise takes in an estimated $125.1 million on its first weekend and outdoes its predecessor 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire'.
From animation 'Tangled' to R-rated 'Love and Other Drugs', all are unleashed in theaters during the holiday, giving enough options for different age ranges.
Other Hollywood actors like Gerard Butler and Adrien Brody also support the special screening on November 9.
When his seemingly perfect family is shaken after his wife is arrested for a murder, Crowe's John Brennan decides to do anything to rescue the woman he loves.
Shia LaBeouf-starring movie 'Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps' is bumped back for five months, while both animated movies are scheduled for 2011 release.
The star of 'Taken' will portray an ex-con who teaches Russell Crowe how to help Elizabeth Banks breaking out of prison in the Paul Haggis-directed thriller.