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Table: Magic at the Box Office?


The Hollywood hopefuls that will take on the child wizard this holiday season

MONSTERS INC.

Walt Disney/Pixar, Release Nov. 2

Pixar's hot streak will continue with a tale of imaginary monsters in the closet, but Potter could scare its box-office potential.

Budget: $95 million

SPY GAME

Universal Pictures, Nov. 21

Lackluster drawing power of Brad Pitt and Robert Redford may push the

studio's recent luck in this espionage story.

Budget: $85 million

OCEAN'S ELEVEN

Warner Brothers, Dec. 7

George Clooney, Pitt, Julia Roberts & Co. score big in Vegas with this remake of 1960 robbery flick.

Budget: $90 million

ALI

Columbia Pictures, Dec. 25

Will Smith is a dead ringer for the great boxer.

Budget: $105 million

LORD OF THE RINGS

New Line Cinema, Ded. 19

Strange and dark, J.R.R. Tolkien's tale of battling hobbits will score with guys but may turn off their dates.

Budget: $110 million

Data: upcomingmovies.com, BusinessWeek


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