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Final Box Office for November 22-24
Audiences ensure the Bond franchise doesn't DIE, HARRY still casting spells
By Jennifer H. Tomooka
November 26, 2002
Source: Box Office Guru
Brosnan as Bond in DIE ANOTHER DAY
The James Bond franchise struck box office gold with DIE ANOTHER DAY
, garnering the largest opening in its 40-year history. HARRY POTTER
was bumped to second, but still had enough magic to draw in considerable sales. Ice Cube's sequel, FRIDAY AFTER NEXT
debuted in third and Kevin Kline's newest effort, THE EMPEROR'S CLUB
debuted in seventh.
Here's how the weekend box office rounded out:
1. DIE ANOTHER DAY
, $47.1 million this weekend and since opening.
2. HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS
, $42.2 million this weekend, $148.4 million since opening.
3. FRIDAY AFTER NEXT
, $13.0 million this weekend and since opening.
4. THE SANTA CLAUSE 2
, $10.2 million this weekend, $94.9 million since opening.
5. 8 MILE
, $8.6 million this weekend, $97.6 million since opening.
6. THE RING
, $7.6 million this weekend, $110.8 million since opening.
7. THE EMPEROR'S CLUB
, $3.8 million this weekend and since opening.
8. MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING
, $3.7 million this weekend, $204.5 since opening.
9. HALF PAST DEAD
, $3.1 million this weekend, $12.5 million since opening.
, $2.4 million this weekend, $12.1 million since opening.Questions? Comments? Let us know what you think at email@example.com.