21 Jump Street

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $138,447,667Details
International Box Office $63,490,596
Worldwide Box Office $201,938,263
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $36,525,700 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $9,575,378 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $46,101,078
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Synopsis

In the action-comedy 21 Jump Street, Schmidt and Jenko are more than ready to leave their adolescent problems behind. Joining the police force and the secret Jump Street unit, they use their youthful appearances to go undercover in a local high school. As they trade in their guns and badges for backpacks, Schmidt and Jenko risk their lives to investigate a violent and dangerous drug ring. But they find that high school is nothing like they left it just a few years earlier - and neither expects that they will have to confront the terror and anxiety of being a teenager again and all the issues they thought they had left behind

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
85% - Certified Fresh
Audience
82% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$42,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 16th, 2012 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: June 26th, 2012 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, drug material, teen drinking and some violence.
(Rating bulletin 2210, 2/15/2012)
Franchise: 21 Jump Street
Keywords: Slobs vs. Snobs, Prom, High School Hell, Buddy Cop, Narcotics, Gratuitous Cameos, Undercover
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Metor-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Relativity Media, Original Film, Cannell Studios

DVD Sales: New Releases Were Silent

There was only one new release to chart on this week's DVD sales chart this week, and it didn't even reach the top ten. This left The Three Stooges in first place with 182,000 units / $3.62 million for the week, lifting its totals to 601,000 units / $12.02 million. More...

DVD Sales: Number One for Three

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart taking three of the top five spots and six of the top eleven. This includes a new number one film, The Three Stooges, which sold 378,000 units while generating $7.55 million in opening week revenue. This is a good start compared to its theatrical run, but not a great start. Additionally, it didn't have a strong theatrical run, so this is more damning it with faint praise. More...

DVD Sales: Four Hundred Thousand Reunite with American Pie Franchise

New releases were not exactly plentiful this week on the DVD sales chart, but we did have a new film on top of the chart. American Reunion sold 411,000 units and generated $6.57 million in opening week sales. That's below expectations, but it also struggled theatrically, so it's not a surprise. More...

DVD Sales: 21 Jump Street has Serious Hang Time

New releases were nearly absent from the DVD sales chart this week with none in the top ten. This left the top five pretty much the same as last week. 21 Jump Street remained in top spot with 280,000 units / $5.03 million for the week giving it totals of 1.01 million units / $17.47 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Holdovers Overshadow New Releases

Like on the DVD sales chart, there were no new releases to reach the top ten on the Blu-ray sales chart. In fact, the best selling Blu-ray was Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which leapt up from fourth to earned first place with 156,000 units / $2.55 million for the week giving it totals of 2.22 million units / $51.32 million after four. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Wrath of the Blu-rays

Wrath of the Titans led a trio of new releases on top of the Blu-ray sales chart. It sold 800,000 units and generated $18.37 million in revenue, giving the film an opening week Blu-ray share of 55%. A visually-intensive action movie opening with a Blu-ray share above 50% is no longer a noteworthy event. More...

DVD Sales: 21 Leaps to the Top

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart with four of them placing in the top five. Things were led by 21 Jump Street, which sold 869,000 units while generating $14.77 million in opening week sales. This is a fine start, but given its theatrical run, it isn't a great start. On the other hand, it didn't need a great start to break even. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 26th, 2012

It's a good week on the home market, especially for this time of year. Not only do we have a first-run release that hit $100 million at the box office, 21 Jump Street, but we have an art house film that found massive success with moviegoers, critics, and even Awards Season voters, The Artist. There are also a couple of wide releases that should have some impact on the overall sales, Mirror Mirror and Wrath of the Titans, as well as some TV on DVD releases, limited releases, catalogue titles, etc. that are also of interest. As for Pick of the Week, The Artist on Blu-ray is the most obvious choice, but The 39 Steps on Blu-ray and Sound of Noise on DVD were also in the running. Finally, Phineas and Ferb: - The Perry Files arrived late, but it too is worthy of that honor. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office Feels Hunger Pangs

There's good news and bad news at the box office this weekend. The good news was The Hunger Games, which not only earned its third first place finish on the chart, but it also held on better than expected and crossed a major milestone. The bad news was practically everything else. Neither American Reunion or Titanic 3D matched expectations, while the overall box office suffered as a result falling 17% to $123 million. Fortunately, this was higher than last year by a margin of 6%. Year-to-date, 2012 is still ahead of 2011 with $2.81 billion to $2.34 billion. Unfortunately, we needed the new releases this weekend to be stronger if we have a chance of winning over the next couple weekends. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can 3D Stop a Threepeat? Or Will Reunion Rule?

A trio of films are looking to grab top spot on the box office chart this weekend. Some think American Reunion will win. It is the latest installment in a very popular franchise, one that hasn't had a theatrical release in almost nine years. Some think Titanic 3D will lead the way. It is a 3D re-release of the second-biggest hit of all time. While still others think The Hunger Games will win for the third weekend in a row. It is by far the biggest hit of the year and topped the chart on Wednesday, despite the debut of Titanic. All three films are have a chance to make more than $30 million over the weekend. On the other hand, this weekend last year, no films made more than $30 million and only one, Hop, made more than $20 million. This means 2012 should win with ease. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hunger Still Filling

Despite falling a little bit further than expected, The Hunger Games easily won the race for top spot in the box office this weekend. Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror couldn't compensate for the number one film's decline and the overall box office fell 31% to $149 million. However, and more importantly, the box office was up 19% when compared to last year. Year-to-date, 2012 has expanded its lead to 20% at $2.62 billion to $2.18 billion after three months. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Hunger Remain the Fairest or Feel the Wrath of the Fanboy Effect?

There are two saturation level releases coming out this week, Wrath of the Titans and Mirror Mirror. Even so, there's a 99% likelihood that The Hunger Games will repeat on the top of the chart. Wrath of the Titans would have to nearly double its average prediction and / or The Hunger Games would have to collapse by a near record amount for there to be a new number one this weekend. Additionally, unless there's some catastrophic event that keeps people away from theaters nationwide, the overall box office should see massive growth from last year. In fact, even without The Hunger Games, there could be some growth from last year, as most analysts expect the two new releases from this year to be stronger than the three new releases from last year. The only downside is the lack of depth. John Carter should place sixth with $2 million over the weekend, but that wouldn't even be enough for a top ten finish last year. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office is Stuffed

The buzz surrounding The Hunger Games became nearly deafening by the time it opened. There were some concerns that the film couldn't possible live up to the hype. However, not only did it live up to the hype, it crushed expectations and set records. Overall the box office pulled in $214 million, which is the ninth best combined weekend total and the best non-Holiday season weekend (Summer blockbuster season and the Thanksgiving to New Years holiday run). This was 93% higher than last weekend and 76% higher than the same weekend last year. Needless to say, 2012 stretched its lead over 2011, and it now sits 19% ahead of last year's pace at $2.41 billion to $2.02 billion. This is behind 2010's running tally of $2.69 billion, but ahead of 2009, which had $2.38 billion at this point of the year, so while we are not quite on a record-breaking pace, it has been a very good year so far. More...

Contest: Doesn't Take Magical Powers to Win: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Doesn't Take Magical Powers to Win contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Predictions: How Hungry are Moviegoers?

At the beginning of the month, most people were expecting The Hunger Games to have one of the biggest openings of March and one of the all-time biggest openings for a non-sequel film. However, that's changed... for the better. Instead of analysts predicting $70 million to $80 million over its opening weekend, expectations have grown to the point where it could earn over $100 million over the next three days and still be considered a disappointment. In fact, there are many who are predicting The Hunger Games will make more by itself than the entire industry made last year. Needless to say, if that happened, 2012 will make up for last week's 3.6% year-over-year decline in a huge way. More...

Per Theater Chart: Bikes and Sushi Top List

The Kid with a Bike took top spot on the per theater chart with an average of $15,311 in three theaters, while Jiro Dreams of Sushi was in a virtual tie with an average of $15,202 in six. Gerhard Richter Painting was next with $13,537 in its lone theater. The overall box office leader, 21 Jump Street, was next with an average of $11,632, while last week's winner, Footnote, was right behind with $11,181. More...

International Box Office: John Carter's International Run is Heavenly

John Carter's international run is heavenly, at least compared to its domestic run. It's weak compared to its production budget. This weekend it added $40.7 million in 54 markets for a total of $126.10 million. It opened huge in China with $10.4 million, while it held on reasonably well in Russia earning $6.60 million on 939 screens over the weekend for a total of $26.10 million after two. At this pace, getting to $200 million internationally and $300 million worldwide might be difficult. And that would be the minimum needed to save face. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: 21 Jumps High, but Overall Box Office Low

2012's winning streak finally came to a close, but it was close. Overall the total box office was $111 million, which was 17% lower than last week and more importantly, down 3.6% compared to the same weekend last year. 21 Jump Street did hold up its end of the box office numbers, but since the only other new release in the top ten was Casa di me Padre, is wasn't enough. Year-to-date, 2012 is still ahead of 2011's pace by 16% at $2.16 billion to $1.87 billion. That lead will grow next weekend with the release of The Hunger Games, which could be record-breaking at the box office and is just as strong with critics. More...

Weekend Estimates: 21 Jumps to Top of Chart

The industry will enjoy another solid weekend at the box office thanks to a healthy debut by 21 Jump Street, which will ride very positive reviews to about $35 million, according to Sony's Sunday estimate. Unfortunately, that probably won't be quite enough to give 2012 another win over 2011 -- somewhat surprisingly, because Limitless topped the chart last year with only $18.9 million, but the five movies that topped $10 million compared to three this year gives last year the edge. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Moviegoers Jump at a Quality Release?

So far 2012 has brought hit after hit, but what has been lost in the box office success is the dearth of quality releases. Last weekend, there wasn't a single film in the top ten to earn overall positive reviews. (Although Doctor Seuss' The Lorax is very close to that level.) Fortunately that will change this weekend as 21 Jump Street is earning unbelievably positive reviews. It is the only wide release of the week, compared to three wide releases last year. On the other hand, the best of last year's crop, Limitless, opened with less than $20 million and all but the most pessimistic think 21 Jump Street will top that with ease and if the holdovers can hold on, we could see yet another win at the box office. More...

Contest: Doesn't Take Magical Powers to Win

Next week there is only one wide release, 21 Jump Street, so it is obviously the target film in this week's Box Office Prediction Contest. Fortunately, its early reviews are amazing, so maybe it will be a bigger hit than expected. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for 21 Jump Street. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Wizards: 35th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Wizards: 35th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2012 Preview: March

February continued 2012's winning streak, which has now reached eight weeks. Will that streak continue in March? I'm not sure it will. There are some very good signs. For instance, last March, only one film reached $100 million, Rango, while there were a couple others that cracked $75 million, Battle: Los Angeles and Limitless. Plus the final weekend of this month lines up with the first weekend of April last year, which also had a $100 million hit, Hop. This time around, things look a whole lot better at the top with a potential $200 million hit, The Hunger Games, and two more that should hit the century mark, Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, and Wrath of the Titans. Plus a couple others, 21 Jump Street and John Carter of Mars, that could top $75 million. However, there are a few weeks that look soft when compared with last year. I suspect The Hunger Games will be such a huge hit that overall March 2012 will perform better than March 2011, but I also think there will be a couple weeks of year-over-year declines. On the plus side, very few films feel like filler; in fact, there are very few films, period. Over the next five weekends, only nine films are opening wide, which is odd for this time of year. In fact, it would be slow for the heart of summer, when most weeks have a blockbuster and one counter-programming film. Will this help the overall box office, as no films will be squeezed out? Or will the lack of choices hurt the box office? We will soon find out, but I remain cautiously optimistic. More...

Cast

Jonah Hill    Schmidt
Channing Tatum    Jenko
Brie Larson    Molly Tracey
Dave Franco    Eric Molson
Rob Riggle    Mr. Walters
DeRay Davis    Domingo
Ice Cube    Capt. Dickson
Dax Flame    Zack
Chris Parnell    Mr. Gordon
Ellie Kemper    Ms. Griggs
Jake Johnson    Principal Dadier
Nick Offerman    Deputy Chief Hardy
Spencer Boldman    French Samuels

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Phil Lord
Director    Chris Miller
Screenwriter    Michael Bacall
Story Creator    Michael Bacall
Story Creator    Jonah Hill
Based on the television series.    Patrick Hasburg
Based on the television series.    Stephen J. Cannell
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Producer    Stephen J. Cannell
Executive Producer    Jonah Hill
Executive Producer    Channing Tatum
Executive Producer    Ezra Swerdlow
Executive Producer    Tania Landau
Cinematographer    Barry Peterson
Editor    Joel Negron
Composer    Mark Mothersbaugh
Music Supervisor    Karen Glauber
Production Designer    Peter Wenham
Art Director    Thomas Valentin
Art Director    Scott Plauche
Set Decorator    Robert Kensinger
Costume Designer    Leah Katznelson
Sound Designer    Pud Cusack
Supervising Sound Editor    Geoffrey G. Rubay
Supervising Sound Editor    Jason George
Re-recording Mixer    Jeffrey J. Haboush
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Carpenter
Special Effects Coordinator    Guy Clayton
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard Edlund
Visual Effects Supervisor    Helena Packer-Burnson
Stunt Coordinator    Jeffrey Gibson
Assistant Director    Jonathan Watson
Casting Director    Jeanne McCarthy
Casting Director    Nicole Abellera

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/03/16 1 $13,239,489   3,121 $4,242   $13,239,489 1
2012/03/17 1 $12,929,856 -2% 3,121 $4,143   $26,169,345 2
2012/03/18 1 $10,133,267 -22% 3,121 $3,247   $36,302,612 3
2012/03/19 1 $3,607,564 -64% 3,121 $1,156   $39,910,176 4
2012/03/20 1 $4,036,855 +12% 3,121 $1,293   $43,947,031 5
2012/03/21 1 $3,010,041 -25% 3,121 $964   $46,957,072 6
2012/03/22 1 $2,794,256 -7% 3,121 $895   $49,751,328 7
2012/03/23 2 $6,214,886 +122% 3,121 $1,991   $55,966,214 8
2012/03/24 2 $8,653,476 +39% 3,121 $2,773   $64,619,690 9
2012/03/25 2 $5,602,825 -35% 3,121 $1,795   $70,222,515 10
2012/03/26 2 $1,917,239 -66% 3,121 $614   $72,139,754 11
2012/03/27 2 $2,203,242 +15% 3,121 $706   $74,342,996 12
2012/03/28 2 $1,783,549 -19% 3,121 $571   $76,126,545 13
2012/03/29 2 $1,926,079 +8% 3,121 $617   $78,052,624 14
2012/03/30 4 $4,599,676 +139% 3,148 $1,461   $82,652,300 15
2012/03/31 4 $6,272,869 +36% 3,148 $1,993   $88,925,169 16
2012/04/01 4 $3,957,521 -37% 3,148 $1,257   $92,882,690 17
2012/04/02 4 $1,341,547 -66% 3,148 $426   $94,224,237 18
2012/04/03 4 $1,718,826 +28% 3,148 $546   $95,943,063 19
2012/04/04 5 $1,459,242 -15% 3,148 $464   $97,402,305 20
2012/04/05 5 $2,010,077 +38% 3,148 $639   $99,412,382 21
2012/04/06 6 $3,631,874 +81% 3,009 $1,207   $103,044,256 22
2012/04/07 6 $3,855,572 +6% 3,009 $1,281   $106,899,828 23
2012/04/08 6 $2,513,935 -35% 3,009 $835   $109,413,763 24
2012/04/09 6 $1,241,867 -51% 3,009 $413   $110,655,630 25
2012/04/10 6 $1,170,341 -6% 3,009 $389   $111,825,971 26
2012/04/11 6 $974,190 -17% 3,009 $324   $112,800,161 27
2012/04/12 6 $964,652 -1% 3,009 $321   $113,764,813 28
2012/04/13 8 $2,042,071 +112% 2,735 $747   $115,806,884 29
2012/04/14 8 $2,874,008 +41% 2,735 $1,051   $118,680,892 30
2012/04/15 8 $1,642,789 -43% 2,735 $601   $120,323,681 31
2012/04/16 7 $517,088 -69% 2,735 $189   $120,840,769 32
2012/04/17 6 $612,502 +18% 2,735 $224   $121,453,271 33
2012/04/18 6 $488,269 -20% 2,735 $179   $121,941,540 34
2012/04/19 6 $524,641 +7% 2,735 $192   $122,466,181 35
2012/04/20 9 $1,396,379 +166% 2,427 $575   $123,862,560 36
2012/04/21 9 $2,067,183 +48% 2,427 $852   $125,929,743 37
2012/04/22 10 $1,287,424 -38% 2,427 $530   $127,217,167 38
2012/04/23 8 $405,221 -69% 2,427 $167   $127,622,388 39
2012/04/24 8 $492,046 +21% 2,427 $203   $128,114,434 40
2012/04/25 7 $395,573 -20% 2,427 $163   $128,510,007 41
2012/04/26 7 $427,511 +8% 2,427 $176   $128,937,518 42
2012/04/27 - $900,824 +111% 1,820 $495   $129,838,342 43
2012/04/28 - $1,365,809 +52% 1,820 $750   $131,204,151 44
2012/04/29 - $733,421 -46% 1,820 $403   $131,937,572 45
2012/04/30 11 $245,250 -67% 1,820 $135   $132,182,822 46
2012/05/01 - $303,625 +24% 1,820 $167   $132,486,447 47
2012/05/02 10 $237,587 -22% 1,820 $131   $132,724,034 48
2012/05/03 10 $210,649 -11% 1,820 $116   $132,934,683 49
2012/05/04 - $361,172 +71% 1,040 $347   $133,295,855 50
2012/05/05 - $444,632 +23% 1,040 $428   $133,740,487 51
2012/05/06 - $275,296 -38% 1,040 $265   $134,015,783 52
2012/05/07 - $102,663 -63% 1,040 $99   $134,118,446 53
2012/05/08 - $138,941 +35% 1,040 $134   $134,257,387 54
2012/05/09 11 $103,854 -25% 1,040 $100   $134,361,241 55
2012/05/10 - $111,193 +7% 1,040 $107   $134,472,434 56
2012/05/11 - $208,683 +88% 589 $354   $134,681,117 57
2012/05/12 - $281,774 +35% 589 $478   $134,962,891 58
2012/05/13 - $154,652 -45% 589 $263   $135,117,543 59
2012/05/14 - $64,453 -58% 589 $109   $135,181,996 60
2012/05/15 - $79,099 +23% 589 $134   $135,261,095 61
2012/05/16 - $46,637 -41% 510 $91   $135,307,732 62
2012/05/17 - $49,548 +6% 510 $97   $135,357,280 63
2012/05/18 - $101,417 +105% 261 $389   $135,458,697 64
2012/05/19 - $142,820 +41% 261 $547   $135,601,517 65
2012/05/20 - $98,716 -31% 261 $378   $135,700,233 66
2012/05/25 - $178,473   364 $490   $136,021,200 71
2012/05/26 - $274,697 +54% 364 $755   $136,295,897 72
2012/05/27 - $207,625 -24% 364 $570   $136,503,522 73
2012/05/28 - $108,241 -48% 364 $297   $136,611,763 74
2012/06/01 - $118,901   330 $360   $136,924,233 78
2012/06/02 - $163,307 +37% 330 $495   $137,087,540 79
2012/06/03 - $94,183 -42% 330 $285   $137,181,723 80
2012/06/08 - $77,049   258 $299   $137,459,768 85
2012/06/09 - $101,799 +32% 258 $395   $137,561,567 86
2012/06/10 - $73,282 -28% 258 $284   $137,634,849 87
2012/06/15 - $60,288   220 $274   $137,851,058 92
2012/06/16 - $77,243 +28% 220 $351   $137,928,301 93
2012/06/17 - $54,249 -30% 220 $247   $137,982,550 94
2012/06/22 - $45,955   160 $287   $138,115,854 99
2012/06/23 - $55,186 +20% 160 $345   $138,171,040 100
2012/06/24 - $47,320 -14% 160 $296   $138,264,315 101
2012/06/29 - $26,479   141 $188   $138,385,745 106
2012/06/30 - $33,835 +28% 141 $240   $138,419,580 107
2012/07/01 - $28,087 -17% 141 $199   $138,447,667 108

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/03/16 1 $36,302,612   3,121 $11,632   $36,302,612 3
2012/03/23 2 $20,471,187 -44% 3,121 $6,559   $70,222,515 10
2012/03/30 4 $14,830,066 -28% 3,148 $4,711   $92,882,690 17
2012/04/06 6 $10,001,381 -33% 3,009 $3,324   $109,413,763 24
2012/04/13 8 $6,558,868 -34% 2,735 $2,398   $120,323,681 31
2012/04/20 9 $4,750,986 -28% 2,427 $1,958   $127,217,167 38
2012/04/27 11 $3,000,054 -37% 1,820 $1,648   $131,937,572 45
2012/05/04 13 $1,081,100 -64% 1,040 $1,040   $134,015,783 52
2012/05/11 16 $645,109 -40% 589 $1,095   $135,117,543 59
2012/05/18 21 $342,953 -47% 261 $1,314   $135,700,233 66
2012/05/25 13 $660,795 +93% 364 $1,815   $136,503,522 73
2012/06/01 17 $376,391 -43% 330 $1,141   $137,181,723 80
2012/06/08 22 $252,130 -33% 258 $977   $137,634,849 87
2012/06/15 26 $191,780 -24% 220 $872   $137,982,550 94
2012/06/22 30 $148,461 -23% 160 $928   $138,264,315 101
2012/06/29 36 $88,401 -40% 141 $627   $138,447,667 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/1/20121732,298 732,298$12,441,743$12,441,7431
7/8/20121324,473-56% 1,056,771$5,827,535$18,269,2782
7/15/20122205,362-37% 1,262,133$3,688,302$21,957,5803
7/22/20125108,543-47% 1,370,676$1,949,432$23,907,0124
7/29/20125101,480-7% 1,472,156$1,822,581$25,729,5935
8/5/2012689,715-12% 1,561,871$1,611,281$27,340,8746
8/12/2012945,988-49% 1,607,859$806,630$28,147,5047
8/19/20121338,951-15% 1,646,810$641,133$28,788,6378
8/26/20122518,993-51% 1,665,803$303,318$29,091,9559
9/2/20121635,128+85% 1,700,931$573,992$29,665,94710
9/9/20122327,753-21% 1,728,684$435,445$30,101,39111
6/15/20141619,769 2,189,409$167,839$35,960,921103

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/1/20122201,713 201,713$4,179,500$4,179,5001
7/8/2012378,268-61% 279,981$1,562,220$5,741,7202
7/15/2012643,443-44% 323,424$863,649$6,605,3693
7/22/20121220,459-53% 343,883$408,571$7,013,9404
7/29/20121217,105-16% 360,989$340,227$7,354,1675
8/5/20121115,313-10% 376,302$305,196$7,659,3636
8/12/2012198,898-42% 385,199$195,304$7,854,6677
8/19/20121511,602+30% 396,801$255,002$8,109,6698

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