Tangled fell 53 percent to $26.1 million. This was slightly steeper than Enchanted's 50 percent decline at the same point, though Tangled opened much higher. In 16 days, Tangled has earned $101.1 million, which compared favorably to Enchanted's $73.2 million.
Deathly Hallows Part 1 plummeted again, this time down 62 percent to $21.7 million. While its drop was about even with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, its gross was below Goblet's for the second straight week. In 21 days, Deathly Hallows Part 1 has earned $249.2 million.
Burlesque took third place for the second week in a row, falling 45 percent to $8.5 million for a total of $29.4 million. On Thursday, it passed the final total of similarly-timed musical Rent, though it still lagged in attendance.
Unstoppable managed to move up a spot this week, finishing in fourth place with $7.7 million. The Tony Scott-Denzel Washington runaway train movie has earned $70.5 million and is now on track to become the frequent collaborators' highest-grossing movie since Crimson Tide in 1995.
Love and Other Drugs rounded out the Top Five, easing 39 percent to $7.7 million for a total of $24.6 million. Way down in ninth place, The Warrior's Way debuted to a miserable $4 million at 1,622 locations for a per-theater average of $2,452. On Wednesday and Thursday, the movie was bumped out of the Top 10 by Black Swan, which was playing at only 18 locations.
Speaking of Black Swan, the Darren Aronofsky-directed ballet thriller scored $2.3 million in its aforementioned highly-limited release. Following its impressive weekend, it played even better throughout the week, with Monday through Thursday earnings making up 37 percent of its total. Black Swan's $126,621 per-theater average topped The King's Speech's $120,865 from last week to become the highest seven-day average of 2010.