Rank
Title
Weekend
Gross
Cumulative
Gross
Weeks in Release
1

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

$54,900,000
$201,000,000

2
2

Walk the Line

$19,700,000
$54,700,000

2
3

Yours Mine and Ours

$17,400,000

$24,500,000

1
4

Chicken Little

$12,400,000
$118,200,000

4
5

Rent

$10,700,000
$18,000,000

1
6

Just Friends

$9,200,000
$13,600,000

1
7

Pride and Prejudice

$7,000,000

$15,900,000

3
8

Zathura

$4,900,000
$26,000,000
3
9

Derailed

$4,700,000
$29,400,000
3
10

In the Mix

$4,400,000
$6,100,000
1

There was still plenty of time for movies between swallowing leftovers and mall-hopping over the post-Thanksgiving weekend, and second helpings of Harry Potter and Johnny Cash were consumed, leaving scraps for the new releases. The family comedy Yours Mine and Ours took the biggest bite, while the inherent hunger for holiday poultry kept Chicken Little in the top 5 ahead of the musical Rent, which finally danced into theaters after its seemingly endless Broadway run.

Zathura must’ve picked up youngsters who couldn’t get into sold-out showings of Goblet — my new fave Favreau film dropped only 5% from last week. There’s still plenty of interest in Jane Austen’s oft-adapted story Pride and Prejudice as it stretches into wide release. As for other fresh meat, Ryan Reynolds’ comedy Just Friends got some gravy, while Usher’s In the Mix and the John Cusack/Billy Bob Thornton heist movie The Ice Harvest got put in the freezer way down in 10th and 11th place.

Next week brings a single wide release, Charlize Theron’s acrobatic sci-fi outing Aeon Flux.