Disney's TANGLED makes the rare move and takes the top spot at the U.S. box office for the first time in its second week in theaters. The hip Rapunzel flick roped another $21.5 million, lifting its cume to $96.5 million.
Warner Bros.' HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 1 slipped to second with $16.7 million. With vfx from Baseblack, Cinesite, Double Negative, Framestore, Gradient Effects, Industrial Light & Magic, Mova, The Moving Picture Company, Rising Sun Pictures and The Visual Effects Company, the first part of the HARRY POTTER finale has conjured up $244.2 million to date.
Screen Gem's BURLESQUE teased its way up a slot to third with $6.1 million. The campy cabaret flick has total box office receipts of $27 million.
Fox's UNSTOPPABLE also moved up one place to fourth with an additional $6.1 million. With vfx from Asylum VFX, Eye-Spy Prods. and Hirota Paint Industries, the Tony Scott actioner has collected $69 million thus far.
Fox's LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS was prescribed $5.7 million in fifth. The pharma dramedy has earned $22.6 million.
DreamWorks' MEGAMIND plummeted to sixth, making $5.03 million. The villain-turned-hero tale boasts a cume of $136.7 million.
Warner Bros.' DUE DATE placed seventh, bringing in $4.22 million. With visual effects from Method Studios, the road trip comedy has earned $91 million thus far.
CBS Films' FASTER parked in eighth, capturing in another $3.83 million. With vfx from Wildfire Visual Effects, the Rock actioner has brought in a total of $18.1 million.
Relativity Media's THE WARRIOR'S WAY has a weak debut in ninth, earning only $3.05 million.
Lionsgate's THE NEXT THREE DAYS closed out the top ten with $2.65 million. The prison break thriller has a cume of $18.4 million.
Box office numbers were obtained on boxofficemojo.com.