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Birds, 'Bond' & 'Deja Vu' at Box Office - Variety 11/26/06


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  • Birds, 'Bond' & 'Deja Vu' at Box Office - Variety 11/26/06

    'Happy' holidays

    Penguins, secret agents, sci-fi thrillers fill Thanksgiving menu

    'Happy Feet'
    By Ian Mohr
    November 26, 2006

    When families gather around the Thanksgiving table, the results can be downright unpredictable, but that wasn't the case for Hollywood studios over the five day holiday weekend at the B.O. as two holdovers - "Happy Feet" and "Casino Royale," the Denzel Washington-starrer from producer Jerry Bruckheimer, which bowed at No. 3 with $29 million over five days off 3,108.

    Pic hit $20.8 million over three days, for a per engagement average of $6,704, and was Washington's seventh opening over $20 million.

    Washington's last pic, Spike Lee's "Inside Man," however, opened to almost $29 million earlier this year, the biggest bow ever for a Washington topliner.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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