Avada Kedavra! Harry Potter gives Winnie the Pooh the killing curse at the box office

As was expected by almost everyone, Disney’s Winnie the Pooh ended up being no match for Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows: Part II this weekend, ComingSoon.Net is reporting. While the final Harry Potter film saw the biggest opening weekend of all time with $168 million (beating 2008’s The Dark Knight), Pooh saw one of the lowest openings that Disney’s seen for a film from their Feature Animation division in years with a debut of $8 million. On the plus side, Pooh had a fairly modest $30 million production budget, something that it will easily collect back once DVD sales come into play.