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Friday, February 18, 2011

Harry Potter 7 – The Deathly Hallows 1 summons $125 Million makes the highest grossing film of the series


The most anticipated final Harry Potter installment, the Deathly Hallows (Part 1) hits box office with a powerful $125.12 million record with 4,125 venues and theater average of 30,332. The last two Harry Potter movies were five-day openers whereas Deathly Hallows surpassed the three-day record of the fourth movie (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) which conjured up $102.7 million in 2005.
The mesmerizing series has gathered a great number of audiences with the passage of time. Global marketing spent for HP ranges from $130-$150 million.
“The studio markets each film like it’s the first time around”, as said by studio distribution ChiefDan Fellman. “The 10-year olds who saw the first film in 2001 are now driving themselves to the midnight screenings”. Fellman notified the midnight grosses for HP that has spiked from $600,000 with Goblet of Fire to $24 million with Deathly Hallows.

For the question about how much Deathly Hallows cost? Producer David Heyman proclaimed that DH budget remained steady with the last three HP films. It’s said that the DH costs as much as the last movie, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince at $250 million. So far HP has done great for Warner Bros with the highest grossing movie franchise ever at $5.5 billion.
Next summer, you’ll have Part 2 of this final chapter. Let’s see, if this installment breaks the highest current DH record.

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