USA Box Office Winners for Nov 25-27 Period

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"Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" took in $54.9 million over the three-day weekend to remain the top movie

Thanksgiving celebrations bring another luck for Harry Potter. The witch again charms his fans with his spell, topping US box office for the second time. Scoring another $19.7 million, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" leads the box office racing for November 25-27 period.

Meanwhile, the Johnny Cash film biography "Walk the Line" stays in 2nd place with $19.7 million, ahead of new comer "Yours, Mine and Ours" at 3rd with $17.5 million. The animated tale "Chicken Little" holds up strongly at No. 4 with $12.4 million, followed behind at No. 5 by "Rent," which scores $10.7 million.

The romantic comedy "Just Friends," in the meantime, opens at No. 6 with $9.3 million. No. 7 for this week is "Pride and Prejudice" with $7 million, followed in succession at No. 8 to 10 by "Derailed," $4.7 million, "In the Mix," $4.5 million, and "The Ice Harvest," $3.7 million.

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