22 Jump Street

22 Jump Street poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $191,719,337Details
International Box Office $139,614,539
Worldwide Box Office $331,333,876
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $5,956,143 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $6,522,893 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $12,479,036
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt and Jenko when they go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don’t have to just crack the case—they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. If these two overgrown adolescents can grow from freshmen into real men, college might be the best thing that ever happened to them.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
84% - Certified Fresh
Audience
80% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 13th, 2014 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: November 18th, 2014 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language throughout, sexual content, drug material, brief nudity and some violence.
(Rating bulletin 2324, 5/28/2014)
Running Time: 111 minutes
Franchise: 21 Jump Street
Keywords: College, Undercover, Football, Narcotics, Buddy Cop
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Metor-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, LStar Capital, MRC, Original Film, Cannell Studios

Cast

   Schmidt
   Jenko
Peter Stormare    Ghost
Ice Cube    Captian Dickson
Wyatt Russell    Zook
Amber Stevens    Maya Dickson
Jillian Bell    Mercedes
Keith Lucas    Keith Lang
Kenny Lucas    Kenny Lang
Nick Offerman    Deputy Chief Hardy
Rob Riggle    Mr. Walters
Marc Evan Jackson    Couples Counselor
H. Jon Benjamin    MCS Coach

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Producer    Jonah Hill
Producer    Channing Tatum
Screenwriter    Michael Bacall
Screenwriter    Oren Uziel
Screenwriter    Rodney Rothman
Story Creator    Michael Bacall
Story Creator    Jonah Hill
Story-Based on the Television Series "21 Jump Street"    Patrick Hasburg
Story-Based on the Television Series “21 Jump Street”    Stephen J. Cannell
Executive Producer    Brian Bell
Executive Producer    Tania Landau
Executive Producer    Phil Lord
Executive Producer    Christopher Miller
Executive Producer    Reid Carolin
Executive Producer    Stephen J. Cannell
Director of Photography    Barry Peterson
Production Designer    Steve Saklad
Editor    David Rennie
Costume Designer    Leesa Evans
Composer    Mark Mothersbaugh
Music Supervisor    Kier Lehman
Co-Producer    Will Allegra
Assistant Director    Michael J. Moore
Additional Editor    Keith Brachmann
Art Director    Scott Plauche
Set Decorator    Tracey Doyle
Set Designer    Brian Waits
Set Designer    Nicole Reed
Sound Mixer    David Wyman
Supervising Sound Editor    Geoffrey G. Rubay
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Carpenter
Visual Effects Supervisor    Edwin Rivera
Visual Effects Producer    Christian Hejnal
Second Unit Director    George Aguilar
Second Unit Camera    Lukasz Jogalla
Casting Director    Jeanne McCarthy
Casting Director    Nicole Abellera
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope

2014 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

This Thursday is Thanksgiving, which means this is Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and a ton of shopping. It also means the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. Over the next month, we will talk about TV on DVD releases, independent releases, foreign language releases, classics, etc. but this week we start with Major Movie Releases. These are first run releases, franchise box sets, etc. In some ways, this is better than last year, as there were a wider number of big releases that would make great gifts. However, in other ways it is much weaker. I can't think of a single big franchise box set that came out this year. There are some smaller ones, like the Halloween Box Set, but while the franchise has lasted ten installments and 30 years, how many can you really say are worth repeated viewing? Fortunately, there were plenty of great films to come out this year, starting with what is currently the biggest hit of the year. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 18th, 2014

There are no summer tentpole releases making their home market debuts this week, but that doesn't mean it is a bad week on the home market. 22 Jump Street is leading the way, while there are four other first run releases among the new releases, ranging from If I Stay to Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in terms of box office numbers. Not only that, but this week there are a trio of Hayao Miyazak releases, including his more recent film, The Wind Rises, which is coming out on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack. That film, along with the double-shot, are the Picks of the Week. However, they are not the only films worth picking up. If you like horror / comedy, give Housebound on DVD or Blu-ray a try. More...

International Box Office: Transformers Climbs into First Place

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Transformers: Age of Extinction remained in first place with $100.3 million in 50 markets for totals of $543.5 million internationally and $752.3 million worldwide. This makes is the biggest worldwide hit of the year so far. Granted, half of the film's international total came from China where it has made $279.75 million so far, including $56.36 million this past week, and the studio gets a very small share of the box office revenue from that market. As for new markets, the film debuted in first place in the U.K. with $20.11 million on 533 screens, including previews. This is the biggest opening of the year in that market so far. The film also did well in Mexico with $8.26 million on 3,131 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $15.84 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Break of Dawn

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As expected, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes earned first place and it finished on the high end of reasonable expectations. Unfortunately, it crushed the competition earning more than four times more than the second place film, Transformers: Age of Extinction. It made almost as much as the rest of the box office combined made, so the overall box office was still soft for this time of year at just $149 million. Granted, this is 13% higher than last weekend, but more troublesome, it was 23% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2014 is now more than $200 million lower than 2013's pace at $5.57 billion to $5.78 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Apes Look to Climb to the Top

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the only new wide release of the week and since last week's new releases underperformed, it will dominate the box office this weekend. In fact, it will dominate the box office, even if it barely managed to live up to its predecessor. Transformers: Age of Extinction will be well back with less than $20 million, while Tammy might not reach $10 million. By comparison, this weekend last year, there were two films that earned more than $40 million (Despicable Me 2 and Grown Ups 2) and a total of six films earned $10 million or more. 2014 is going to get crushed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Transformers in Their Prime

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

Transformers: Age of Extinction remained in first place with $95.8 million in 37 markets over the weekend for totals of $400.9 million internationally and $576.3 million worldwide. Its best market remains China, where it added $120.61 million for the full week giving it a total of $222.74 million after two. These numbers are important for two reasons. Firstly, revised totals in China put the film's opening there ahead of its debut in North America. Stunning. Secondly, the film is already ahead of Avatar's final figure in that market. Granted, it's barely above Avatar's pace, as that film pulled in $221.9 million after ten days of release, but that is still great news. It held up better than most films do in South Korea earning $8.05 million on 1,096 screens over the weekend for a total of $34.62 million. In Russia, the film added $7.04 million on 2,171 screens over the weekend for a total of $35.38 million after two. The last major market was Australia, where it pulled in $4.54 million on 623 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $17.32 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dinobots Dominate Subdued Box Office

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

As expected, Transformers: Age of Extinction won the race to the top of the box office chart and did so with ease. However, that film, and practically every film in the top five, failed to live up to expectations. Tammy still took second place with ease, but it was the only other film to earn more than $10 million over the Independence Day long weekend. Overall, the box office pulled in $132 million over the weekend, which is 27% less than last weekend. Compared to the same weekend last year, the box office was 42% lower this year. Ouch. To put this into perspective, even if you take out Despicable Me 2 from last year's box office, 2014 would have still failed to match 2013's weekend numbers. Year-to-date, 2014 is now $130 million or 2.4% below 2013's pace at $5.35 billion to $5.48 billion. It is still too early to panic, but if things don't turn around soon, the panic button will be pushed. More...

Weekend Predictions: Dinobots look to Chomp Down on New Releases

Tammy poster

There are three wide releases and a wide expansion this week all hoping to take advantage if the Independence Day long weekend. (There was to be one more wide expansion, but Begin Again is expanding to less than 200 theaters.) Tammy is the biggest of these wide releases and it is the latest Melissa McCarthy vehicle and might be a surprise $100 million hit. Deliver Us From Evil and Earth to Echo were in a close battle for third place on Wednesday, but I think their futures will be quite different. Finally, America: Imagine a World Without Her is expanding to over 1,000 theaters. This isn't enough to compete with the new releases, but it could compete for a spot in the top ten. While there are a lot of new releases, Transformers: Age of Extinction will win the race for top spot in the box office chart, unless something surprising happens. The only thing more surprising than Age of Extinction getting knocked out of top spot would be if the overall box office was stronger that the same weekend last year when Despicable Me 2 opened with more than $80 million during the three-day weekend. More...

International Box Office: Beginning of a New Age

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

Transformers: Age of Extinction earned top spot on the international chart with $201.3 million on 10,015 screens in 37 markets. This includes a record $99.81 million opening in China, which is basically a rounding error away from its North American debut. It also broke the record in Russia with $21.23 million on 2,171 screens. Its opening in South Korea was nearly identical with $15.88 million on 1,597 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $21.98 million. The final major market of the weekend was Australia, where it pulled in $8.30 million on 623 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $9.56 million. The film likely cost about $300 million to make and advertise, so it still needs work to break even, but this is an amazing start. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dinobots Propel Transformers to the Top

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

As expected, Transformers: Age of Extinction easily won the race for the top of the box office chart and became the first film released in 2014 to earn more than $100 million during its opening weekend. Granted, it barely made it, but we will take it. This helped the overall box office climb by 20% to $190 million over the weekend. Unfortunately, this was still 8% lower than the same weekend last year when Monsters University repeated at the box office champion. Year-to-date, 2014 has pulled in $5.11 billion, which is 0.3% below 2013's pace of $5.13 billion. This is still close enough that we shouldn't panic, but the trajectory is going in the wrong direction. More...

Weekend Predictions: Are we Witnessing the Extinction of a Franchise?

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

There is only one wide release of the week, but it is a potential monster hit. It is also potentially the last in a very profitable franchise. Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fourth film in the Transformers franchise, a franchise that has averaged more than $350 million at the box office. However, they have also averaged well below 50% positive reviews and the poor critical response could finally be taking its toll. It will still crush the competition this weekend, but it likely won't live up to past installments in the franchise. It will also beat last year's new releases and more than double the first place film; however that might not be enough to save 2014. Last year there were five films that pulled in $20 million or more. This year there will be only one. In fact, there will be only four films that pull in $10 million or more. More...

International Box Office: Bewitching the Box Office

Maleficent poster

Maleficent rose to first place with $47.9 million in 54 markets for totals of $340.8 million internationally and $526.7 million worldwide. It became the first live-action film in Angelina Jolie's career to reach the $500 million mark. The film opened in first place in China with $22.01 million. Up next for the film is Japan and if it does well there, it could top Kung Fu Panda 2 as Angelina Jolie's biggest hit. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Think Sinks, But Still Comes out on Top

Think Like a Man Too poster

This weekend was a disaster. Think Like a Man Too couldn't even live up to the original's opening, which is terrible for a sequel. Jersey Boys opened on the low end of lower expectations. Unfortunately, the holdovers weren't able to take advantage of the weak openings and the overall box office plummeted 22% to just $146 million. Compared to last year, the overall box office was down 39%. That's a disaster. There's no other way to describe it. Last year's number one film, Monster University made more money during its opening day than Think Like a Man Too made during the full weekend. It made more during its opening weekend than the top three films this year made. Even worse, 2014 has lost its lead over 2013. Granted, it is still close at $4.86 billion to $4.88 million, or just 0.3%, but it wasn't that long ago that 2014 was on a record-setting pace. Transformers: Age of Extinction should help turn things around next weekend, but I don't think that film will help in the long run. More...

Weekend Predictions: Think or Swim

Think Like a Man Too poster

There are two wide releases coming out this week, but none of them are expected to be monster hits. Think Like a Man Too could eventually get to $100 million, while Jersey Boys might become a midlevel hit, but no more than that. There are a couple of holdovers that should be very big players at the box office, as both How to Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street will earn close to $30 million over the next three days. On the other hand, this weekend last year there were two monster hits, Monster University and World War Z, as well as a holdover, Man of Steel, that will make more than either of the two new releases this year will make. 2014 is going to get crushed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Per Theater Chart: Jumping over the Competition

22 Jump Street poster

There were three films in the $10,000 club, including the top two on the overall chart. 22 Jump Street led the way with an average of $17,263. The Rover was wedged between the two wide releases with an average of $13,860 in five theaters. Next up was How to Train Your Dragon 2 with an average of $11,627. This is good, but lower than expected. More...

International Box Office: Trio Top the Charts

Godzilla poster

There were three films that were in a virtual tie for top spot on the international top ten. Godzilla squeaked out a win with $38.4 million in 62 markets for totals of $248.7 million internationally and $440.2 million worldwide after a month of release. This includes a $37.00 million opening weekend in China. Needless to say, it earned first place in that market. The film finishes its international run in Japan at the end of July and it should jump over $500 million worldwide when it does. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dragons Soar but Jump Higher

22 Jump Street poster

How to Train Your Dragon 2 missed lofty expectations and that allowed 22 Jump Street to earn first place. Both films opened well and their respective studios should be happy, while the overall box office rose by 15% compared to last weekend hitting $187 million. Unfortunately, this is still 8% lower than this weekend last year. Had How to Train Your Dragon 2 matched higher expectations, 2014 would have won on the year-over-year comparison. Year-to-date, 2014 has earned $4.64 billion, putting it 3.0% ahead of 2013's pace of $4.50 billion, so this weekend's loss isn't a big deal. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Dragon Get the Jump on the Competition?

How to Train Your Dragon 2 poster

This weekend, there are two potential monster hits coming out. How to Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street both look to improve upon the box office numbers their respective predecessors managed. Thanks to the sequel effect, they should both start fast. Additionally, both should have better legs than most sequels, thanks to their incredible reviews. The rest of the top five should all earn more than $10 million helping the overall box office. This weekend last year there were only three films to earn more than $10 million. One of them was Man of Steel, which earned more than $116 million by itself. No film this weekend will match that total, but the depth this year is much better. It should be strong enough for 2014 to win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Sharpening the Edge

Edge of Tomorrow poster

Edge of Tomorrow rose to first place with $82 million in 63 markets for a two-week total of $111 million. This includes a first-place, $25.68 million opening in China. It also opened in first place in South Korea with $10.52 million on 801 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $16.28 million. In Russia, the film opened on top spot with $7.41 million on 1,649, while in France it also earned first place, but with just $2.82 million on 585. It only managed second place in Australia with $2.88 million on 477 screens, while it could do no better than third place in Mexico with $2.88 million on 1,301 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.19 million. Its best holdover was in the U.K. where it added $2.08 million on 460 screens for a two-week total of $7.21 million.

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2014 Preview: June

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

It is too soon to tell how May will end, as this story will be published before the weekend estimates came out. (Maleficent had an excellent start on Friday, unlike A Million Ways to Die in the West.) Overall, it was a good month with at least three movies that are on track to hit $200 million, but there was no really big winner for the month. It was nice and balanced. Unfortunately, last May there was a monster hit, Iron Man 3, and 2014 could not compete with that, so it lost ground to 2013. June hopes to turn things around and there are some reasons to be optimistic. All four weeks there is at least one film opening that at least has a shot at $100 million. There are even two films that at least have a shot at $300 million. Transformers: Age of Extinction should win the monthly box office race while How to Train Your Dragon 2 is a long shot to win, but I wouldn't be completely surprised if it did. Additionally, 22 Jump Street, Edge of Tomorrow, The Fault in Our Stars, and Think Like a Man 2 are all contenders for the century club. Not all of them will get to that milestone, but all of them at least have a short. Last June, there were three films that reached $200 million, including Man of Steel, which nearly reached $300 million. It looks like June of 2014 will be about as strong as June of 2013, more or less. If all films reach their potential, it could win the year-over-year comparison. Unless there are some shocking bombs, it shouldn't struggle so much that 2014 loses its lead over 2013 entirely.

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/06/13 1 $25,144,490   3,306 $7,606   $25,144,490 1
2014/06/14 1 $18,726,869 -26% 3,306 $5,665   $43,871,359 2
2014/06/15 2 $13,200,086 -30% 3,306 $3,993   $57,071,445 3
2014/06/16 1 $6,830,926 -48% 3,306 $2,066   $63,902,371 4
2014/06/17 1 $7,348,908 +8% 3,306 $2,223   $71,251,279 5
2014/06/18 1 $5,774,371 -21% 3,306 $1,747   $77,025,650 6
2014/06/19 1 $5,424,480 -6% 3,306 $1,641   $82,450,130 7
2014/06/20 2 $9,325,176 +72% 3,306 $2,821   $91,775,306 8
2014/06/21 - $10,812,737 +16% 3,306 $3,271   $102,588,043 9
2014/06/22 - $7,323,082 -32% 3,306 $2,215   $109,911,125 10
2014/06/23 1 $3,638,450 -50% 3,306 $1,101   $113,549,575 11
2014/06/24 1 $4,465,576 +23% 3,306 $1,351   $118,015,151 12
2014/06/25 2 $3,492,276 -22% 3,306 $1,056   $121,507,427 13
2014/06/26 2 $2,929,465 -16% 3,306 $886   $124,436,892 14
2014/06/27 2 $5,135,431 +75% 3,426 $1,499   $129,572,323 15
2014/06/28 2 $6,172,211 +20% 3,426 $1,802   $135,744,534 16
2014/06/29 2 $4,534,733 -27% 3,426 $1,324   $140,279,267 17
2014/06/30 2 $2,439,968 -46% 3,426 $712   $142,719,235 18
2014/07/01 3 $2,284,747 -6% 3,426 $667   $145,003,982 19
2014/07/02 5 $1,970,361 -14% 3,324 $593   $146,974,343 20
2014/07/03 5 $2,491,950 +26% 3,324 $750   $149,466,293 21
2014/07/04 6 $2,537,063 +2% 3,324 $763   $152,003,356 22
2014/07/05 3 $4,149,562 +64% 3,324 $1,248   $156,152,918 23
2014/07/06 3 $3,116,707 -25% 3,324 $938   $159,269,625 24
2014/07/07 3 $1,549,320 -50% 3,324 $466   $160,818,945 25
2014/07/08 4 $1,746,142 +13% 3,324 $525   $162,565,087 26
2014/07/09 4 $1,372,873 -21% 3,324 $413   $163,937,960 27
2014/07/10 4 $1,323,179 -4% 3,324 $398   $165,261,139 28
2014/07/11 4 $2,056,780 +55% 2,811 $732   $167,317,919 29
2014/07/12 4 $2,622,965 +28% 2,811 $933   $169,940,884 30
2014/07/13 5 $1,821,813 -31% 2,811 $648   $171,762,697 31
2014/07/14 5 $996,618 -45% 2,811 $355   $172,759,315 32
2014/07/15 6 $1,267,720 +27% 2,811 $451   $174,027,035 33
2014/07/16 6 $1,009,413 -20% 2,811 $359   $175,036,448 34
2014/07/17 6 $772,663 -23% 2,811 $275   $175,809,111 35
2014/07/18 7 $1,420,747 +84% 2,229 $637   $177,229,858 36
2014/07/19 7 $1,953,591 +38% 2,229 $876   $179,183,449 37
2014/07/20 7 $1,329,015 -32% 2,229 $596   $180,512,464 38
2014/07/21 7 $647,318 -51% 2,229 $290   $181,159,782 39
2014/07/22 7 $786,881 +22% 2,229 $353   $181,946,663 40
2014/07/23 8 $667,902 -15% 2,229 $300   $182,614,565 41
2014/07/24 8 $539,534 -19% 2,229 $242   $183,154,099 42
2014/07/25 10 $793,648 +47% 1,613 $492   $183,947,747 43
2014/07/26 11 $1,034,313 +30% 1,613 $641   $184,982,060 44
2014/07/27 11 $772,510 -25% 1,613 $479   $185,754,570 45
2014/07/28 - $407,232 -47% 1,613 $252   $186,161,802 46
2014/07/29 - $438,555 +8% 1,613 $272   $186,600,357 47
2014/07/30 11 $360,263 -18% 1,613 $223   $186,960,620 48
2014/07/31 - $300,462 -17% 1,613 $186   $187,261,082 49
2014/08/01 13 $345,708 +15% 828 $418   $187,606,790 50
2014/08/02 14 $484,414 +40% 828 $585   $188,091,204 51
2014/08/03 14 $350,410 -28% 828 $423   $188,441,614 52
2014/08/04 14 $205,681 -41% 828 $248   $188,647,295 53
2014/08/05 - $207,747 +1% 828 $251   $188,855,042 54
2014/08/06 15 $154,779 -25% 828 $187   $189,009,821 55
2014/08/07 14 $114,795 -26% 828 $139   $189,124,616 56
2014/08/08 - $109,158 -5% 313 $349   $189,233,774 57
2014/08/09 - $144,233 +32% 313 $461   $189,378,007 58
2014/08/10 - $99,817 -31% 313 $319   $189,477,824 59
2014/08/11 - $61,279 -39% 313 $196   $189,539,103 60
2014/08/12 - $78,831 +29% 313 $252   $189,617,934 61
2014/08/13 - $50,152 -36% 278 $180   $189,668,086 62
2014/08/14 - $42,014 -16% 278 $151   $189,710,100 63
2014/08/15 - $74,794 +78% 172 $435   $189,784,894 64
2014/08/16 - $100,431 +34% 172 $584   $189,885,325 65
2014/08/17 - $61,707 -39% 172 $359   $189,947,032 66
2014/08/18 - $33,489 -46% 172 $195   $189,980,521 67
2014/08/19 - $41,779 +25% 172 $243   $190,022,300 68
2014/08/20 - $37,110 -11% 172 $216   $190,059,410 69
2014/08/21 - $31,834 -14% 172 $185   $190,091,244 70
2014/08/22 - $57,011 +79% 135 $422   $190,148,255 71
2014/08/23 - $82,991 +46% 135 $615   $190,231,246 72
2014/08/24 - $36,497 -56% 135 $270   $190,267,743 73
2014/11/14 - $18,201   118 $154   $191,673,182 155
2014/11/15 - $28,733 +58% 118 $244   $191,701,915 156
2014/11/16 - $17,422 -39% 118 $148   $191,719,337 157

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/06/13 1 $57,071,445   3,306 $17,263   $57,071,445 3
2014/06/20 2 $27,460,995 -52% 3,306 $8,306   $109,911,125 10
2014/06/27 2 $15,842,375 -42% 3,426 $4,624   $140,279,267 17
2014/07/04 3 $9,803,332 -38% 3,324 $2,949   $159,269,625 24
2014/07/11 4 $6,501,558 -34% 2,811 $2,313   $171,762,697 31
2014/07/18 7 $4,703,353 -28% 2,229 $2,110   $180,512,464 38
2014/07/25 11 $2,600,471 -45% 1,613 $1,612   $185,754,570 45
2014/08/01 16 $1,180,532 -55% 828 $1,426   $188,441,614 52
2014/08/08 20 $353,208 -70% 313 $1,128   $189,477,824 59
2014/08/15 27 $236,932 -33% 172 $1,378   $189,947,032 66
2014/08/22 30 $176,499 -26% 135 $1,307   $190,267,743 73
2014/08/29 32 $309,445 +75% 138 $2,242   $190,651,027 80
2014/09/05 44 $124,422 -60% 138 $902   $190,822,916 87
2014/09/12 42 $93,660 -25% 105 $892   $190,962,963 94
2014/09/19 46 $53,991 -42% 78 $692   $191,059,924 101
2014/10/24 28 $140,529   507 $277   $191,330,864 136
2014/10/31 33 $99,159 -29% 145 $684   $191,484,389 143
2014/11/07 34 $86,055 -13% 129 $667   $191,616,238 150
2014/11/14 34 $64,356 -25% 118 $545   $191,719,337 157

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/23/20142256,846 256,846$4,307,307$4,307,3071

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/23/20141243,343 243,343$5,100,469$5,100,4691
12/7/20141158,129 301,472$1,422,423$6,522,8933

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