The weekend numbers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 are pretty darn impressive. From Garth Franklin’s excellent movie news website, Dark Horizons:
With an additional $42.8 million on Saturday it didn’t break the second day record, but that doesn’t matter. Deathly Hallows Part Two now has a three-day domestic opening weekend estimate of $168.6 million, the biggest of all time and ahead of previous record holder The Dark Knight at $158.4 million.
And now here’s a video of an unwell woman trying to frighten children toward God from the movie Jesus Camp.