This Thanksgiving holiday has ended with a victory for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" at North American Box Office. The movie earns $49.1 million during the latest three days' ticket sales, bringing its domestic gross total to $219 million. Though the number shows a 60.7% decline from the previous result, it is enough to block some new entries from taking the top spot.
But "Tangled" is not to be underestimated for it follows the wizard movie on number two with a short gap. The family animation has a strong opening weekend with $48.8 million, making a current domestic revenue of $68.7 million since it debuted on Wednesday, November 24.
Next, there is DreamWorks' animation "Megamind" which drops one place from second to third with an additional $12.6 million. "Burlesque", despite supported by the performances from Christina Aguilera and Cher, lands on number four in its first week with $11.9 million. "Unstoppable" starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine rounds up the top five with $11.4 million.
Other newcomers "Love and Other Drugs" and "Faster" enter the chart on the sixth with $9.7 million and on the seventh place with $8.5 million respectively. Meanwhile, "The King's Speech" has an impressive limited debut with $349,791 in four theaters or $87,448 per screen, which is higher than "The Kids Are All Right" per screen of $70,282 on seven screens in July.
Top Ten Movies at Box Office for November 19-21: