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'Tangled' Tops 'Harry Potter' to Win Box Office Crown

Photo Courtesy - Walt Disney Animation Studios(NEW YORK) -- Disney's animated film Tangled rose to the top spot at the box office, earning an estimated $21.5 million this weekend.  It opened over Thanksgiving weekend in second place, behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 1Harry Potter was the runner-up this past weekend, with $16.7 million.

The only movie to open nationwide, The Warrior's Way, collected just $3.1 million.  On the other hand, the Oscar-buzzworthy Natalie Portman thriller Black Swan raised $1.4 million in its limited release debut in 18 theaters, while the Jim Carrey-Ewan McGregor comedy I Love You Phillip Morris debuted with $113,000 in six theaters.

Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated ticket sales:

1. Tangled, $21.5 million.
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 1, $16.7 million.
3T. Burlesque, $6.1 million.
3T. Unstoppable, $6.1 million.
5. Love & Other Drugs, $5.7 million.
6. Megamind, $5 million.
7. Due Date, $4.2 million.
8. Faster, $3.8 million.
9. The Warrior's Way, $3.1 million.
10. The Next Three Days, $2.7 million.´╗┐

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'Harry Potter' Tops Disney's 'Tangled' for Holiday Weekend Crown

Photo Courtesy - Jaap Buitendijk/Warner Bros. Pictures(LOS ANGELES) -- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 managed to avoid getting tangled up in the fierce holiday competition and remained the No. 1 film in America, earning an estimated $50.3 million.

Disney's Tangled, which stars Mandy Moore as the voice of princess Rapunzel in the modern take on the classic fairy tale, came in second with an estimated $49.1 million.

Burlesque, the bawdy vehicle for pop stars Christina Aguilera and Cher -- who hasn't appeared on the big screen since 2003 -- survived a critical beating to earn $11.8 million over the weekend.

Also landing in the top 5 was Dreamworks' animated feature Megamind, which brought in $12,850,000 in its third week of release, and the Denzel Washington action film Unstoppable, which took another $11.7 million.

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