‘Black Swan’ soars in limited release, while holdovers tumble and Warrior’s Way fumbles.

By Scott Mendelson

hollywoodnews.com: There was but a single new wide-release this weekend, as the weekend after Thanksgiving is a scary time for Hollywood. Few studios are willing to risk dealing with the post-holiday hangover, so this weekend brings just The Warrior’s Way. But we’ll get to that in a minute. First off, Tangled took the box office crown in its second weekend, dropping just a bit less than Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part I, which was enough to score the number one slot. The Disney animated fairy tale grossed $21.5 million, which accounts for a somewhat troubling 56% drop in weekend two. With $96 million in twelve days, getting to $200 million is no longer the sure-thing that I pegged last weekend. Still, the film is Disney’s biggest non-Pixar hit in quite a long time. It’s about $13 million ahead of Chicken Little at the end of its respective weekend,
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