Harry PotterIt's the movie that lived at the top of the box office for the second week in a row.

Harry, Ron and Hermione may be spending a miserable winter hiding out in various forests, but they can be thankful for holiday weekend moviegoers, who made 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I' the top-grossing film again. It's an impressive feat, considering that four new wide-release movies opened Wednesday to steal some of Harry's Thanksgiving thunder.

According to studio estimates, the 'Potter' picture pulled in another $50.3 million over the last three days. That's down a striking 60 percent from last week's business, which might be cause for alarm if the movie's domestic gross in its first 10 days weren't already up to $220.4 million. Over the five-day holiday, it earned $76.3 million, which is also better than its four new competitors over the same period.