The Chosen One, All Over Again

Yes, we've matured most decidedlyIt comes as no surprise that “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1” topped the box-office this weekend, grossing $125.1 million domestically and pulling in another $205 million in international receipts for total universal dominance, or something.

More surprising? The only other new release of note, “The Next Three Days“, crawled to a fifth-place finish with a distinctly piddly $6.8 million, behind “Megamind”, “Unstoppable” and “Due Date”. I guess people really are tired of Russell Crowe. Or Paul Haggis. Either way, they have every right to be.