Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $295,983,305Details
International Box Office $660,416,406
Worldwide Box Office $956,399,711
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $93,657,689 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $60,571,338 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $154,229,027
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Synopsis

Harry, Ron and Hermione set out on their perilous mission to track down and destroy the Horcruxes - the keys to Voldemort's immortality. On their own, without the guidance or protection of their professors, the three friends must now rely on one another more than ever. But there are dark forces in their midst that threaten to tear them apart. Meanwhile, the Wizarding world has become a dangerous place for all enemies of the Dark Lord. Long-feared war has begun and Voldemort's death eaters seize control of the Ministry of Magic and even Hogwarts, terrorizing and arresting anyone who might oppose them. But the one prize they still seek is the one most valuable to Voldemort: Harry Potter. The Chosen one has become the hunted one as Voldemort's followers look for Harry with orders to bring him to the Dark Lord alive.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 19th, 2010 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
November 19th, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: April 15th, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sequences of intense action violence, frightening images and brief sensuality.
(Rating bulletin 2141, 10/6/2010)
Franchise: Harry Potter
Keywords: Cliffhanger Ending, Boarding School, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Heyday Films, Warner Bros.

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November's here and expectations are all over the place. October saw 2010 lose ground to 2009, which is a bad sign going forward, but we also saw records fall. This month will undoubtedly see an increase in ticket sales over last month, what with the start of Awards Season and the Holidays, but the real question is how well it will compare with last year. Last November saw the release of a couple of surprise hits, none more surprising than The Blind Side, while in the end there were five $100 million movies and two that reached $200 million. Will that happen this year? Maybe. I count six films with a statistically significant shot at reaching $100 million, including three that might reach $200 million, and one of those has a shot at $300 million. That is on the high end, but even on the low end there are three $100 million movies coming out this month, including one that is all but guaranteed to reach $200 million in the end. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - April 27, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Phoebe in Wonderland, He's Just Not That Into You, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I and more! More...

Cast Updates - March 13, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Confessions of a Shopaholic, Monsters vs Aliens, The Promotion, and more! More...

Cast

Bill Nighy    Rufus Scrimgeour
Emma Watson    Hermione Granger
Richard Griffiths    Vernon Dursley
Harry Melling    Dudley Dursley
Daniel Radcliffe    Harry Potter
Julie Walters    Molly Weasley
Bonnie Wright    Ginny Weasly
Rupert Grint    Ron Weasley
Ian Kelly    Hermione's Dad
Michelle Fairley    Hermione's Mum
Fiona Shaw    Petunia Dursley
Alan Rickman    Professor Severus Snape
Carolyn Pickles    Charity Burbage
Ralph Fiennes    Lord Voldemort
Helena Bonham Carter    Bellatrix Lestrange
Helen McCrory    Narcissa Malfoy
Jason Isaacs    Lucius Malfoy
Tom Felton    Draco Malfoy
Timothy Spall    Wormtail
Graham Duff    Death Eater
Peter Mullan    Yaxley
Guy Henry    Pius Thicknesse
Arben Bajraktaraj    Dolohov
Ron Hunt    Thorfinn Rowle
Suzanne Toase    Alecto Carrow
Chris Rankin    Percy Weasley
Ralph Ineson    Amycus Carrow
Adrian Annis    Death Eater
Emil Hostina    Death Eater
Paul Khanna    Death Eater
Richard Strange    Death Eater
Anthony John Crocker    Death Eater
Peter G. Reed    Death Eater
Granville Saxton    Death Eater
Judith Sharp    Death Eater
Ashley McGuire    Death Eater
Penelope McGhie    Death Eater
Bob Yves Van Hellenberg Hubar    Death Eater
Tony Kirwood    Death Eater
Michael Gambon    Professor Albus Dumbledore
David Ryall    Elphias Doge
Robbie Coltrane    Rugeus Hagrid
Brendan Gleeson    Alastor 'Mad Eye' Moody
James Phelps    Fred Weasley
Oliver Phelps    George Weasley
Mark Williams    Arthur Weasley
George Harris    Kingsley Shacklebolt
Andy Linden    Mindungus Fletcher
Domhnall Gleeson    Bill Weasley
Clémence Poésy    Fleur Delacour
Natalia Tena    Nymphadora Tonks
David Thewlis    Remus Lupin
John Hurt    Ollivander
Frances de la Tour    Madame Maxime
Evanna Lynch    Luna Lovegood
Rhys Ifans    Xenophilius Lovegood
Matyelok Gibbs    Auntie Muriel
Eva Alexander    Waitress
Simon McBurney    Kreacher
Matthew Lewis    Neville Longbottom
Jon Campling    Death Eater
Devon Murray    Seamus Finnigan
William Melling    Nigel
Simon Grover    Death Eater
Freddie Stroma    Cormac McLaggen
Isabella Laughland    Leanne
Jessie Cave    Lavender Brown
Anna Shaffer    Romilda Vane
Josh Herdman    Gregory Goyle
Amber Evans    Twin Girl 1
Ruby Evans    Twin Girl 2
Katie Leung    Cho Chang
Sophie Thompson    Mafalda Hopkirk
Georgina Leonidas    Katie Bell
Scarlett Byrne    Pansy Parkinson
Afshan Azad    Padma Patil
Imelda Staunton    Dolores Umbridge
David Patrick O'Hara    Albert Runcorn
Steffan Rhodri    Reg Cattermole
Nick Moran    Scabior
Toby Jones    Dobby
Daniel Tuite    Skinny Ministry Wizard
Daisy Haggard    Ministry Lift Voice
George Potts    Balding Wizard
Rose Keegan    Red Haired Witch
Ned Dennehy    Scared Man
Katie Fleetwood    Mary Cattermole
Daniel Hill    Bushy Haired Muttering Wizard
Rade Sherbedgia    Gregorovitch
Jamie Campbell Bower    Young Grindelwald
Hazel Douglas    Bathilda Bagshot
Adrian Rawlins    James Potter
Geraldine Somerville    Lily Potter
Miranda Richardson    Rita Skeeter
Michael Byrne    Gellert Grindlewald
Dave Legeno    Fenrir Greyback
Samuel Roukin    Snatcher
Warwick Davis    Griphook

Production and Technical Credits

Director    David Yates
Screenwriter    Steve Kloves
Producer    David Heyman
Producer    David Barron
Producer    J.K. Rowling
Based on the novel by:    J.K. Rowling
Executive Producer    Lionel Wigram
Cinematographer    Eduardo Serra
Production Designer    Stuart Craig
Editor    Mark Day
Co-Producer    John Trehy
Co-Producer    Tim Lewis
Composer    Alexandre Desplat
Visual Effects Supervisor    Tim Burke
Costume Designer    Jany Temime
Casting Director    Fiona Weir
Unit Production Manager    Tim Lewis

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/11/19 1 $61,684,550   4,125 $14,954   $61,684,550 1
2010/11/20 1 $38,226,254 -38% 4,125 $9,267   $99,910,804 2
2010/11/21 1 $25,106,568 -34% 4,125 $6,086   $125,017,372 3
2010/11/22 1 $8,785,460 -65% 4,125 $2,130   $133,802,832 4
2010/11/23 1 $10,264,353 +17% 4,125 $2,488   $144,067,185 5
2010/11/24 1 $14,425,863 +41% 4,125 $3,497   $158,493,048 6
2010/11/25 1 $11,475,980 -20% 4,125 $2,782   $169,969,028 7
2010/11/26 1 $20,832,651 +82% 4,125 $5,050   $190,801,679 8
2010/11/27 1 $18,728,940 -10% 4,125 $4,540   $209,530,619 9
2010/11/28 2 $9,525,510 -49% 4,125 $2,309   $219,056,129 10
2010/11/29 1 $2,339,162 -75% 4,125 $567   $221,395,291 11
2010/11/30 1 $2,278,481 -3% 4,125 $552   $223,673,772 12
2010/12/01 1 $1,935,386 -15% 4,125 $469   $225,609,158 13
2010/12/02 1 $1,891,483 -2% 4,125 $459   $227,500,641 14
2010/12/03 2 $4,801,767 +154% 4,125 $1,164   $232,302,408 15
2010/12/04 2 $7,446,074 +55% 4,125 $1,805   $239,748,482 16
2010/12/05 2 $4,770,634 -36% 4,125 $1,157   $244,519,116 17
2010/12/06 1 $1,138,366 -76% 4,125 $276   $245,657,482 18
2010/12/07 1 $1,279,219 +12% 4,125 $310   $246,936,701 19
2010/12/08 1 $1,129,638 -12% 4,125 $274   $248,066,339 20
2010/12/09 1 $1,122,066 -1% 4,125 $272   $249,188,405 21
2010/12/10 4 $2,397,340 +114% 3,577 $670   $251,585,745 22
2010/12/11 4 $3,751,487 +56% 3,577 $1,049   $255,337,232 23
2010/12/12 4 $2,335,489 -38% 3,577 $653   $257,672,721 24
2010/12/13 4 $721,128 -69% 3,577 $202   $258,393,849 25
2010/12/14 4 $803,098 +11% 3,577 $225   $259,196,947 26
2010/12/15 4 $727,307 -9% 3,577 $203   $259,924,254 27
2010/12/16 4 $777,003 +7% 3,577 $217   $260,701,257 28
2010/12/17 9 $1,320,555 +70% 2,860 $462   $262,021,812 29
2010/12/18 9 $2,080,471 +58% 2,860 $727   $264,102,283 30
2010/12/19 9 $1,621,335 -22% 2,860 $567   $265,723,618 31
2010/12/20 9 $963,017 -41% 2,860 $337   $266,686,635 32
2010/12/21 9 $1,122,149 +17% 2,860 $392   $267,808,784 33
2010/12/22 10 $903,132 -20% 1,840 $491   $268,711,916 34
2010/12/23 10 $1,106,371 +23% 1,840 $601   $269,818,287 35
2010/12/24 10 $709,399 -36% 1,732 $410   $270,527,686 36
2010/12/25 13 $1,070,674 +51% 1,732 $618   $271,598,360 37
2010/12/26 13 $1,396,275 +30% 1,732 $806   $272,994,635 38
2010/12/27 12 $1,437,671 +3% 1,732 $830   $274,432,306 39
2010/12/28 12 $1,394,297 -3% 1,732 $805   $275,826,603 40
2010/12/29 12 $1,487,698 +7% 1,732 $859   $277,314,301 41
2010/12/30 12 $1,567,215 +5% 1,732 $905   $278,881,516 42
2010/12/31 12 $1,348,611 -14% 1,732 $779   $280,230,127 43
2011/01/01 13 $1,871,362 +39% 1,732 $1,080   $282,101,489 44
2011/01/02 12 $1,431,726 -23% 1,732 $827   $283,533,215 45
2011/01/03 12 $625,496 -56% 1,732 $361   $284,158,711 46
2011/01/04 13 $448,002 -28% 1,732 $259   $284,606,713 47
2011/01/05 13 $361,183 -19% 1,732 $209   $284,967,896 48
2011/01/06 13 $340,476 -6% 1,732 $197   $285,308,372 49
2011/01/07 14 $643,008 +89% 1,507 $427   $285,951,380 50
2011/01/08 14 $1,069,215 +66% 1,507 $709   $287,020,595 51
2011/01/09 14 $641,175 -40% 1,507 $425   $287,661,770 52
2011/01/10 14 $171,343 -73% 1,507 $114   $287,833,113 53
2011/01/11 14 $188,434 +10% 1,507 $125   $288,021,547 54
2011/01/12 15 $184,321 -2% 1,507 $122   $288,205,868 55
2011/01/13 14 $198,400 +8% 1,507 $132   $288,404,268 56
2011/01/14 17 $346,442 +75% 941 $368   $288,750,710 57
2011/01/15 16 $580,245 +67% 941 $617   $289,330,955 58
2011/01/16 16 $472,517 -19% 941 $502   $289,803,472 59
2011/01/17 15 $349,873 -26% 941 $372   $290,153,345 60
2011/01/18 17 $104,116 -70% 941 $111   $290,257,461 61
2011/01/19 16 $91,623 -12% 941 $97   $290,349,084 62
2011/01/20 16 $93,413 +2% 941 $99   $290,442,497 63
2011/01/21 19 $231,627 +148% 725 $319   $290,674,124 64
2011/01/22 17 $448,222 +94% 725 $618   $291,122,346 65
2011/01/23 18 $218,422 -51% 725 $301   $291,340,768 66
2011/01/24 17 $70,012 -68% 725 $97   $291,410,780 67
2011/01/25 18 $72,421 +3% 725 $100   $291,483,201 68
2011/01/26 18 $62,103 -14% 725 $86   $291,545,304 69
2011/01/27 18 $77,259 +24% 725 $107   $291,622,563 70
2011/01/28 - $137,347 +78% 465 $295   $291,759,910 71
2011/01/29 - $282,448 +106% 465 $607   $292,042,358 72
2011/01/30 - $181,134 -36% 465 $390   $292,223,492 73
2011/01/31 - $41,473 -77% 465 $89   $292,264,965 74
2011/02/01 - $38,156 -8% 465 $82   $292,303,121 75
2011/02/02 - $40,590 +6% 465 $87   $292,343,711 76
2011/02/03 - $44,125 +9% 465 $95   $292,387,836 77
2011/02/04 - $96,819 +119% 365 $265   $292,484,655 78
2011/02/05 - $197,542 +104% 365 $541   $292,682,197 79
2011/02/06 - $79,017 -60% 365 $216   $292,761,214 80
2011/02/07 - $30,607 -61% 365 $84   $292,791,821 81
2011/02/08 - $30,525 n/c 365 $84   $292,822,346 82
2011/02/09 - $31,440 +3% 365 $86   $292,853,786 83
2011/02/10 - $36,470 +16% 365 $100   $292,890,256 84
2011/02/11 - $110,926 +204% 409 $271   $293,001,182 85
2011/02/12 - $213,252 +92% 409 $521   $293,214,434 86
2011/02/13 - $140,974 -34% 409 $345   $293,355,408 87
2011/02/14 - $64,849 -54% 409 $159   $293,420,257 88
2011/02/15 - $40,855 -37% 409 $100   $293,461,112 89
2011/02/16 - $39,630 -3% 409 $97   $293,500,742 90
2011/02/17 - $42,007 +6% 409 $103   $293,542,749 91
2011/02/18 - $85,429 +103% 321 $266   $293,628,178 92
2011/02/19 - $150,615 +76% 321 $469   $293,778,793 93
2011/02/20 - $123,001 -18% 321 $383   $293,901,794 94
2011/02/21 25 $87,344 -29% 321 $272   $293,989,138 95
2011/02/22 - $32,842 -62% 321 $102   $294,021,980 96
2011/02/23 - $30,872 -6% 321 $96   $294,052,852 97
2011/02/24 - $33,341 +8% 321 $104   $294,086,193 98
2011/02/25 - $62,255 +87% 303 $205   $294,148,448 99
2011/02/26 - $109,134 +75% 303 $360   $294,257,582 100
2011/02/27 - $68,228 -37% 303 $225   $294,325,810 101
2011/02/28 - $17,931 -74% 303 $59   $294,343,741 102
2011/03/01 - $19,116 +7% 303 $63   $294,362,857 103
2011/03/02 - $19,057 n/c 303 $63   $294,381,914 104
2011/03/03 - $21,825 +15% 303 $72   $294,403,739 105
2011/03/04 - $36,290 +66% 208 $174   $294,440,029 106
2011/03/05 - $72,715 +100% 208 $350   $294,512,744 107
2011/03/06 - $49,418 -32% 208 $238   $294,562,162 108
2011/03/07 - $13,343 -73% 208 $64   $294,575,505 109
2011/03/08 - $12,676 -5% 208 $61   $294,588,181 110
2011/03/09 - $11,916 -6% 208 $57   $294,600,097 111
2011/03/10 - $14,656 +23% 208 $70   $294,614,753 112
2011/03/11 - $27,359 +87% 122 $224   $294,642,112 113
2011/03/12 - $42,002 +54% 122 $344   $294,684,114 114
2011/03/13 - $29,494 -30% 122 $242   $294,713,608 115
2011/03/14 - $10,183 -65% 122 $83   $294,723,791 116
2011/03/15 - $11,914 +17% 122 $98   $294,735,705 117
2011/03/16 - $10,961 -8% 122 $90   $294,746,666 118
2011/03/17 - $11,549 +5% 122 $95   $294,758,215 119
2011/03/18 - $19,243 +67% 94 $205   $294,777,458 120
2011/03/19 - $28,455 +48% 94 $303   $294,805,913 121
2011/03/20 - $19,437 -32% 94 $207   $294,825,350 122
2011/03/21 - $7,969 -59% 94 $85   $294,833,319 123
2011/03/22 - $7,571 -5% 94 $81   $294,840,890 124
2011/03/23 - $7,390 -2% 94 $79   $294,848,280 125
2011/03/24 - $8,129 +10% 94 $86   $294,856,409 126
2011/03/25 - $15,553 +91% 85 $183   $294,871,962 127
2011/03/26 - $25,721 +65% 85 $303   $294,897,683 128
2011/03/27 - $17,531 -32% 85 $206   $294,915,214 129
2011/03/28 - $8,065 -54% 85 $95   $294,923,279 130
2011/03/29 - $6,136 -24% 85 $72   $294,929,415 131
2011/03/30 - $6,381 +4% 85 $75   $294,935,796 132
2011/03/31 - $7,857 +23% 85 $92   $294,943,653 133
2011/04/01 - $10,165 +29% 66 $154   $294,953,818 134
2011/04/02 - $15,697 +54% 66 $238   $294,969,515 135
2011/04/03 - $10,919 -30% 66 $165   $294,980,434 136
2011/04/04 - $5,098 -53% 66 $77   $294,985,532 137
2011/04/05 - $6,117 +20% 66 $93   $294,991,649 138
2011/04/06 - $4,465 -27% 66 $68   $294,996,114 139
2011/04/07 - $4,956 +11% 66 $75   $295,001,070 140

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/11/19 1 $125,017,372   4,125 $30,307   $125,017,372 3
2010/11/26 1 $49,087,101 -61% 4,125 $11,900   $219,056,129 10
2010/12/03 2 $17,018,475 -65% 4,125 $4,126   $244,519,116 17
2010/12/10 4 $8,484,316 -50% 3,577 $2,372   $257,671,721 24
2010/12/17 9 $5,022,361 -41% 2,860 $1,756   $265,723,618 31
2010/12/24 13 $3,176,348 -37% 1,732 $1,834   $272,994,635 38
2010/12/31 12 $4,651,699 +46% 1,732 $2,686   $283,533,215 45
2011/01/07 14 $2,353,398 -49% 1,507 $1,562   $287,661,770 52
2011/01/14 16 $1,399,204 -41% 941 $1,487   $289,803,472 59
2011/01/21 17 $898,271 -36% 725 $1,239   $291,340,768 66
2011/01/28 22 $600,929 -33% 465 $1,292   $292,223,492 73
2011/02/04 27 $373,378 -38% 365 $1,023   $292,761,214 80
2011/02/11 23 $465,152 +25% 409 $1,137   $293,355,408 87
2011/02/18 24 $359,045 -23% 321 $1,119   $293,901,794 94
2011/02/25 29 $239,617 -33% 303 $791   $294,325,810 101
2011/03/04 30 $158,423 -34% 208 $762   $294,562,162 108
2011/03/11 37 $98,855 -38% 122 $810   $294,713,608 115
2011/03/18 43 $67,135 -32% 94 $714   $294,825,350 122
2011/03/25 45 $58,805 -12% 85 $692   $294,915,214 129
2011/04/01 50 $36,781 -37% 66 $557   $294,980,434 136

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/17/201112,088,553 2,088,553$29,511,254$29,511,2541
4/24/201111,512,573-28% 3,601,126$21,160,896$50,672,1502
5/1/20111470,801-69% 4,071,927$7,123,219$57,795,3693
5/8/20113329,210-30% 4,401,137$3,288,808$61,084,1774
5/15/20113151,600-54% 4,552,737$2,424,084$63,508,2615
5/22/20117109,705-28% 4,662,442$1,659,837$65,168,0986
5/29/2011994,516-14% 4,756,958$1,605,827$66,773,9257
6/5/2011860,554-36% 4,817,512$929,504$67,703,4298
6/12/20111556,412-7% 4,873,924$813,461$68,516,8909
6/19/20116102,120+81% 4,976,044$1,020,179$69,537,06810
6/26/20111164,653-37% 5,040,697$1,066,128$70,603,19611
7/3/2011971,201+10% 5,077,609$833,052$71,006,98412
7/10/2011278,614+10% 5,156,223$1,167,418$72,174,40213
7/17/20114195,065+148% 5,351,288$1,948,699$74,123,10214
7/24/20114111,710-43% 5,462,998$1,626,498$75,749,59915
7/31/2011477,649-30% 5,540,647$1,080,874$76,830,47316
8/7/2011841,184-47% 5,581,831$561,338$77,391,81117
8/14/20111924,902-40% 5,606,733$335,928$77,727,73918
8/21/20112216,490-34% 5,623,223$222,450$77,950,18919
10/30/20111543,474 5,728,437$456,042$79,088,66629
11/6/2011867,847+56% 5,796,284$440,327$79,528,99330
11/13/20114193,442+185% 5,989,726$1,255,439$80,784,43131
11/20/20115206,601+7% 6,196,327$824,338$81,608,76932
11/27/201123170,600-17% 6,366,927$851,294$82,460,06333
12/4/20117166,940-2% 6,533,867$833,031$83,293,09434
12/11/20119151,625-9% 6,685,492$788,450$84,081,54435
12/18/201110188,781+25% 6,874,273$955,232$85,036,77636
12/25/201118180,617-4% 7,054,890$836,257$85,873,03237
1/1/20121588,533-51% 7,143,423$378,921$86,251,95438
1/8/20122932,912-63% 7,176,335$231,042$86,482,99639

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/17/20111930,210 930,210$21,385,528$21,385,5281
4/24/20111584,952-37% 1,515,162$13,448,046$34,833,5742
5/1/20111156,366-73% 1,671,528$3,549,508$38,383,0823
5/8/20112175,834+12% 1,847,362$2,836,209$41,219,2914
5/15/2011182,512-53% 1,929,874$1,896,951$43,116,2425
5/22/2011349,893-40% 1,979,767$926,007$44,042,2496
5/29/2011431,288-37% 2,011,055$670,198$44,712,4477
6/5/2011920,981-33% 2,032,036$494,517$45,206,9648
6/12/20111114,029-33% 2,046,065$324,499$45,531,4639
6/19/2011649,088+250% 2,095,153$788,357$46,319,82010
6/26/2011915,927-68% 2,111,080$385,431$46,705,25111
7/3/20111112,576-21% 2,123,657$314,280$47,019,53112
7/10/2011528,992+131% 2,152,649$713,211$47,732,74213
7/17/2011462,809+117% 2,215,457$1,482,922$49,215,66414
7/24/2011440,483-36% 2,255,940$904,806$50,120,47015
7/31/2011430,916-24% 2,286,857$679,835$50,800,30516
8/7/2011914,986-52% 2,301,843$351,415$51,151,72017
10/2/2011158,431 2,348,654$151,678$52,078,25525
10/9/2011179,082+8% 2,357,736$163,385$52,241,64026
10/16/2011209,819+8% 2,367,555$177,329$52,418,96927
10/30/20111220,891 2,394,569$392,330$52,926,28829
11/6/20111121,594+3% 2,416,163$268,849$53,195,13730
11/13/20113106,569+394% 2,522,732$1,384,328$54,579,46531
11/20/2011237,838-64% 2,560,570$491,522$55,070,98732
11/27/20111284,202+123% 2,644,772$841,179$55,912,16633
12/4/20111340,357-52% 2,685,129$408,411$56,320,57734
12/11/20111546,589+15% 2,731,718$477,538$56,798,11535
12/18/20111476,361+64% 2,808,079$768,953$57,567,06836
12/25/20111897,297+27% 2,905,376$971,995$58,539,06337
1/1/2012836,657-62% 2,942,033$390,399$58,929,46238

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Trailer

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