daniel radcliffe emma watson rupert grint getty Box Office: 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1' gets 125 million points for GryffindorTen years into knowing Harry Potter, and we still haven’t gotten tired of him. Though “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One” didn’t break “Twilight: New Moon’s” November Box Office opening weekend record, initial weekend estimates prove what we’ve known all along: America loves Harry.

In its first week, “Potter” opened in over 4,100 theaters and raked in an estimated $125,120,000. Yowza. Opening-night midnight screenings alone raked in $24 million as droves of die-hards headed to the theater, broomsticks and wands in hand.

The only other brand new release in the Top 12 is “The Next Three Days,” which made $6.7 million.

The full top 10 is below.

1. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1  –  $125,120,000
2. Megamind  –  $16,175,000
3. Unstoppable  –  $13,100,000
4. Due Date  –  $9,150,000
5. The Next Three Days  –  $6,750,000
6. Morning Glory –  $5,233,000
7. Skyline  –  $3,430,770
8. Red  –  $2,467,000
9. For Colored Girls  –  $2,400,000
10. Fair Game  –  $1,470,000