Now with butter-rum Add On.
Pretty obvious which movie owns the latest three-day period.
1. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part 1 (Warner Bros) NEW [4,125 Theaters] -- Friday $65M, Estimated Weekend $140M
2. Megamind (DreamWorks Animation/Paramount) Week 3 [3,779 Theaters] -- Friday $4.5M (-42%), Estimated Weekend $16.5M, Estimated Cume $110M
3. Unstoppable (Fox) Week 2 [3,209 Theaters] -- Friday $4.2M (-47%), Estimated Weekend $13M, Estimated Cume $42M
4. Due Date (Warner Bros) Week 3 [3,229 Theaters] -- Friday $2.9M, Estimated Weekend $8.5M, Estimated Cume $72M
5. Next Three Days (Lionsgate) NEW [2,564 Theaters] -- Friday $2.5M, Estimated Weekend $7.5M
Next Wednesday Tangled rolls out, taking over some of Megamind's 3-D screens, at which point we'll see how two animated films aimed at families and the second-to-last installment of one of the biggest franchises in movie history battle it out.
What with the oncoming holiday weekend, all three should put up respectable numbers.
Add On: Harry Potter collects $125.1 million, and Megamind drops a notch.
Megamind took the weekend's silver medal, raking in another $16.2 million to push its cume to $109.5 million through three weekends in release.