Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows Part 1 film stayed atop the box office despite four new films were released this week.
The fate of Harry Potter has helped the film to stay on top, selling about $ 50.3 million over the weekend, scoring a total of $220.4 million new inmates. New movies Burlesque, a musical film from Sony Pictures Entertainment, drugs other love, a romantic comedy released by Century Fox and Walt Disney tangled, Faster, a thriller from Sony and CBS Films.
However, the new animated movie of Rapunzel’s fairytale hit the second place. Tangled is Disney’s new offering this holiday season, having $49.1 million over the weekend and gathering a cumulative of $69 million since its opening salvo Wednesday.
Despite this holiday season was big business days for the top two movies, studio estimates regarding receipts of the Thanksgiving record fell short compared to the record have been set last year, when The Blind Side and The Twilight Saga: New Moon were released.
In the fourth week of Megamind, a super villain hero animated adventure movie, it took the third place, with $12.9 million. It has total earnings of $130.5 million.
Burlesque a musical movie starring Cristina Aguilera and Cher by Sony Picture Entertainment, a movie about regarding a small-town girl who has a big voice and bigger dreams, is in the fourth place, earning $11.8 million over the weekend and a cumulative of $17.2 million for five days.
“Burlesque movie was certainly a crowd-pleaser, and added that the movie is truly a movie that people will love to see over and over again,” Rory Bruer, president of worldwide distribution for Sony Said.
Unstoppable, the film thriller Crazy Train by Twentieth Century Fox, earned $11.75 million is in fifth place in its third week. Opening out of the Top five, Love Other Drugs earned $14 million, while Faster with $12 million sales.