Friday Box Office – TANGLED Swings Past HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS- PART 1

     December 4, 2010

Leftovers ruled on the weekend after Thanksgiving, with the place of honor going to Disney’s Tangled.  The 3D fairytale brought in an estimated $5.1 million from its 3,603 locations, a drop of 74% from last Friday’s figure.  That knocks Harry Potter 7A into second place after two weeks on top.  In 15 days the penultimate Potter pic has conjured a domestic total of $232.3 million.  The only new wide release, Relativity’s The Warrior’s Way, came in a disappointing ninth place with $1.1 million from 1,622 locations.  The real news in new releases came from the specialty market with a handful of platform releases launching their Oscar-qualifying runs this weekend including Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan. The psychological drama saw the week’s best per-screen average with $23,000 from its 18 locations.  Full details on the post-holiday box office available tomorrow.

Title Friday Total
1 Tangled $5,100,000 $80
2 Harry Potter 7A $4,800,000 $232.3
3 Burlesque $2,000,000 $22.8
4 Love & Other Drugs $1,900,000 $18.8
5 Unstoppable $1,900,000 $64.6
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