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27 Dresses (2008)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $76,808,654Details
International Box Office $83,439,151
Worldwide Box Office $160,247,805
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $51,685,245 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,685,245
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
41% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: January 13th, 2008 (Sneak Peek) by 20th Century Fox
January 18th, 2008 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: April 29th, 2008 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language, some innuendo and sexuality
Running Time: 111 minutes
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Keywords: Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Spyglass Entertainment, Fox 2000 Pictures, Birnbaum/Barber
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,145 $5,910 May 23, 2008 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,292 $7,391 May 16, 2008 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,317 $15,211 May 9, 2008 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,297 $31,247 May 2, 2008 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,232 $55,445 Apr 25, 2008 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,383 $63,202 Apr 18, 2008 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,309 $99,504 Apr 11, 2008 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,222 $142,904 Apr 4, 2008 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,112 $209,374 Mar 28, 2008 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,470 $187,901 Mar 21, 2008 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,549 $234,735 Mar 14, 2008 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,520 $361,967 Mar 7, 2008 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,250 $855,724 Feb 29, 2008 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,183 $1,639,898 Feb 22, 2008 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 963 $3,200,024 Feb 15, 2008 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 810 $5,409,671 Feb 8, 2008 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 709 $8,529,845 Feb 1, 2008 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 715 $51,465,391 Feb 1, 2008 15
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 683 $13,360,535 Jan 25, 2008 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 915 $6,631,722 Jan 20, 2008 3
Biggest January Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 51 $23,007,725 Jan 18, 2008 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 691 $23,007,725 Jan 18, 2008 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 1,071 $23,007,725 Jan 18, 2008 3
Widest Opening Weekend 755 3,057 Jan 18, 2008 3
Biggest January Day at the Domestic Box Office 150 $8,603,151 Jan 19, 2008 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,120 $8,603,151 Jan 19, 2008 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 985 $7,772,852 Jan 18, 2008 1

Cast

   Jane
   Kevin
   Tess
   Casey
   George
Brian Kerwin    Hal

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Aline Brosh McKenna
Producer    Roger Birnbaum
Producer    Gary Barber
Producer    Jonathan Glickman
Executive Producer    Bobby Newmyer
Director of Photography    Peter James
Production Designer    Shepherd Frankel
Editor    Priscilla Nedd Friendly
Co-Producer    Erin Stam
Costume Designer    Catherine Marie Thomas
Music Supervisor    Buck Damon
Composer    Randy Edelman
Assistant Director    Ellen H. Schwartz
Unit Production Manager    Steph Accetta
Production Supervisor    Adam McCarthy
Art Director    Jonathan Arkin
Art Director    Miguel Lopez-Castillo
Set Decorator    Chryss Hionis
Sound Mixer    Tom Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Jon Taylor
Re-recording Mixer    Christian P. Minkler
Supervising Sound Editor    Karen Baker Landers
Makeup    Linda Grimes
Hairstylist    Anthony Veader
Casting Director    Cathy Sandrich
Casting Director    Amanda Mackey
Stunt Coordinator    Steven Ritzi
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman

DVD Sales - New Releases Sink on Sales Chart

June 10th, 2008

New releases did not make much of an impact on the home market this week while overall sales slumped dramatically. This is not unusual for this time of year, especially the week after the last winter blockbuster came out. That blockbuster, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, remained in first place on the sales chart, even after collapsing more than 70% to 941,000 units sold. Overall the film has sold 4.43 million units for $70.88 million in revenue, which places it fifth on the yearly chart. More...

International Details - Sex not as Popular with International Audiences

June 8th, 2008

Sex and the City made its international debut this past weekend, and while it wasn't able to top the charts like it did domestically, it still managed a fantastic $32.77 million on 3590 screens in 14 markets over the weekend for a total of $37.52 million. Its biggest opening came in the U.K. where it dominated the market with $17.22 million on 460 screens, which is equivalent to an $80 million to $100 million opening here. It also finished first in Germany with $7.41 million on 836 screens. It also did very well in France with $6.12 million on 551 screens and in Italy with $2.74 million on 552 screens, finishing second in both markets. The film opened in Australia and South Korea this past weekend, while it doesn't end its run till late August with Japan and it should reach several major milestones before then. More...

DVD Sales - Indy Re-Finds Treasure

May 28th, 2008

It is very rare for a box set to come out on top of the DVD sales chart, and it's even rarer for a double-dip to top the charts, but that's exactly what happened this week. Indiana Jones - The Adventure Collection led all new releases to finish on top of weekly sales chart with 510,000 units sold for $20.15 million in revenue (which is actually low for a number one release). More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Go Mad

May 28th, 2008

Mad Money was one of three new releases to reach the top five on the rental chart this week. In fact, it led all releases with $7.33 million and should have little trouble matching its theatrical total before long. More...

DVD Sales - In Love with New Releases

May 20th, 2008

There were more than half a dozen new releases to chart this week, including to top two sellers, although none of them were particularly strong sellers. P.S., I Love You led the way with sales of $11.88 million from 743,000 units while First Sunday placed second with 468,000 units sold and opening week revenue of $7.94 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Love Comes First

May 20th, 2008

P.S., I Love You led the new releases and the overall rental chart with $7.16 million during its opening week. More...

DVD Sales - Dresses are in Fashion

May 12th, 2008

It was a close race on top of the DVD sales chart this week as 27 Dresses topped His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass, 1.29 million units to 1.05 million units. However, His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass came out on top in terms of dollars, $21.97 million to $20.92 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Zero Releases Top 27

May 12th, 2008

There were five new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental chart this week, including the overall leader, 27 Dresses. That film started its home market run with in $7.35 million in rentals, which was as expected, given its domestic box office. More...

International Details - Forbidden Falls from the Top

May 11th, 2008

The release of Iron Man hit The Forbidden Kingdom knocking it into second place with $9.63 million on 2062 screens in 11 markets for a total of $40.51 million. The film had no major openings, but it did make $1.10 million on 398 screens over the weekend in South Korea for a total of $5.63 million. More...

International Details - No Foolin'

May 4th, 2008

Fool's Gold opened in a trio of major markets and that helped the film climb into sixth place with $4.93 million on 1809 screens in 39 markets for a total of $26.30 million. The film did relatively well in Spain with $1.03 million on 272 screens and in Germany with $934,000 on 254 screens while earning second place in both markets. On the other hand, it bombed in Italy with just $516,000 on 232 screens landing in sixth place. Overall, it was better than the film's average so far, but not nearly enough to recover from its previous troubles. It should hit $100 million worldwide this weekend, but that's not much compared to its domestic run, nor compared to its production budget. More...

DVD Releases for April 29, 2008

April 28th, 2008

One of the last major Oscar contenders is coming out this week, and it is the only real contender for DVD Pick of the Week. Fortunately, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Buy from Amazon is certainly worth that title. There is also an honorable mention in the form of His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass - Blu-ray, which not only includes additional features from the DVD, but is actually cheaper. Easily the best High Definition release of the week. More...

International Details - Island Scores Solid Sixth in Debut

April 20th, 2008

Nim's Island made its first push onto the international chart landing in sixth place with $4.53 million on 970 screens in 7 markets for a very early total of $5.64 million. The film opened in first place in Italy with $1.71 million on 304 screens while it expanded into fourth place in Australia with $780,000 on 196 screens over the weekend for a total of $1.69 million after two. The film also made its debut in France with $1.65 million on 399 screens, which was only enough for fifth place. Nim's Island is using a graduated release schedule and doesn't have a major opening for the rest of the month. On the other hand, it has major openings practically every month right through till the end of summer. More...

International Details - 10,000 Scores a Solid Sixth Place

April 13th, 2008

No new openings left 10,000 B.C. tumbling from second to sixth, but it still pulled in $5.83 million on 4302 screens in 61 markets for a total of $155.16 million. This is substantially more than it made stateside while it is about a week away from $250 million worldwide. More...

International Details - Step Up Falls Down and Out of the Top Five

April 6th, 2008

Step Up 2 The Streets fell more than 40% last weekend while dropping out of the top five. This was mainly due to the lack of major openings, while its holdover results were merely average. In the U.K. it was down 42% to $2.74 million on 351 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.32 million and in Australia it was down 44% to $1.31 million on 188 screens lifting its total to $5.10 million after two. Overall it added $7.38 million on 1615 screens in 27 markets for a total of $53.21 million, which was enough to lift its worldwide total to more than $100 million. More...

International Details - Race to the Top Ends Short

March 30th, 2008

The latest Indian movie to be released on the worldwide stage was Race, which earned $9.90 million on 1212 screens in 16 markets placing sixth on the international charts. It did very well in India, but exact numbers were not released. More...

International Details - Men Still Not Getting Old

March 23rd, 2008

No Country For Old Men remained in sixth place with $4.92 million on 1660 screens in 44 markets for a total of $68.25 million. The film ended its international run in Japan where it earned $492,000 on 41, but it missed the top ten there. Perhaps it can expand there. More...

International Details - Dozens of Countries for Old Men

March 16th, 2008

No Country For Old Men slipped out of the top five but still added $7.07 million on 1881 screens in 47 markets for a total of $60.56 million. It is on track to top its domestic box office shortly, which would give it $150 million worldwide. More...

International Details - International Auds Meet the Spartans

March 9th, 2008

Meet the Spartans made its first major push into the international market this past weekend earning sixth place with $7.94 million on 1653 screens in 14 markets for an early total of $12.90 million. Its biggest opening came in Germany where it scored second place with $3.01 million on 304 screens, however, it earned first place in both Mexico with $1.35 million on 543 screens and in Australia with $1.29 million on 211 screens. On the other hand, it fell by 59% during its second weekend in Russia pulling in $526,000 on 275 screens over the weekend for a total of $2.27 million after two. More...

International Details - Juno Heads North

March 2nd, 2008

Juno nearly climbed into the top five with $7.08 million on 1745 screens in 25 markets for a total of $39.17 million. This includes a surprise first place opening in Brazil with $808,000 on 146 screens over the weekend and $1.26 million in total. On the other hand, it struggled in South Korea with $222,000 on 203 screens over the weekend and $283,000 in total. As for holdovers, the film was down just 7% in Mexico to $454,000 on 150 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $1.37 million while it added $2.11 million on 368 screens in the U.K. for a total of $13.41 million there. More...

International Top Five - Jump High on the International Charts

February 21st, 2008

Jumper landed on top of the international chart during its opening weekend with $29.37 million on 2828 screens in 30 markets, 20 of which the film opened in first place. These number one debuts include the U.K. where it earned $5.99 million on 406 screens and South Korea where it made $4.02 million on 429 screens over the weekend and $5.07 million in total. The film earned nearly identical result in Spain ($3.74 million on 447 screens) and in Russia ($3.71 million on 422 screens), while it earned $3.15 million on 273 screens in Australia placing first in all three markets. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jumper Wins Battle of the Niches

February 17th, 2008

The combination of Valentine's Day and Presidents' Day gave us a de facto five day weekend, and gave the studios a reason to release movies that cater to practically every audience. Teenage boys seem to have won the battle of the niches, with Jumper winning the 3-day part of the weekend with $27.2 million, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Teenage girls came in second, with Step Up 2 the Streets making about $19.7 million, enough to put family movie The Spiderwick Chronicles in 3rd place with $19.1 million. Spiderwick will have the consolation of winning the 5-day weekend race for 2nd place though, as it had a better day on Thursday, and should win larger audiences on Monday's holiday. More...

Weekend Box Office Equal Parts Gold and Fool

February 12th, 2008

Results over the weekend were mixed with the number one film opening above expectations by a small degree, but the top five weaker than predicted. This led to the overall box office coming in at just over $112 million, which is down 12% from last weekend. However, it is virtually tied with the same weekend last year. (It is currently down by less than $200,000, but that could change as some independent films finalize their weekend figures and release the numbers later this week.) If late returns can't make up the difference, 2008's winning streak will be over, but it is still up 15% over 2007, which is a huge margin. More...

Three Films in the Hunt for Box Office Treasure

February 7th, 2008

We have two wide releases this week, Fool's Gold and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, but we could have a repeat champion atop the box office as Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour has proven strong during the week thus far. More...

Super Bowl Weekend Offers a Number of Surprises

February 5th, 2008

The New York Giants stopped the Patriots from completing a perfect season. However, from where I'm sitting, this isn't the biggest news of the weekend. Multiple records were broken by Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour. This helped the overall box office hit $128 million over the weekend, which is down 10% from last weekend, but this is reasonable considering this is a post-holiday weekend and Super Bowl Weekend. More importantly, the overall box office was up 40% from the same weekend in 2007, and 2008 is off to an early 16% lead from last year. More...

International Details - That's Amore!

February 4th, 2008

The Italian movie, Scusa Ma Ti Chiamo Amore, opened in first place in Italy with $7.55 million on 491 screens, which was more than double its nearest competition. More...

Hannah Headed for the Top

February 1st, 2008

February starts off with what could be the most unlikely of box office hits in Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour. It isn't the only new release this week, but it is looking very likely that it will be the strongest. Granted, a lot of this has to due with Super Bowl Sunday, which siphons off a lot of potential moviegoers, especially the younger male demographic. More...

Spartans Too Much for Rambo

January 29th, 2008

We are one month into 2008 and so far there are a lot more positives than negatives at the box office. On the negative side, the box office was down 7% from last weekend to $144 million. But on the positive side, that was an increase of 21% from the same weekend last year and year-to-date 2008 has a 16% lead on 2007. Granted, it is early and it is unlikely the box office will remain this hot for long, but it is still good news. More...

International Details - International Treasure

January 27th, 2008

National Treasure: The Book of Secrets fell from second to sixth, but it was relatively close with $8.37 million on 3883 screens in 36 markets for a total of $143.30 million. Even if the film had no more markets left to open in, it would reach $150 million and beyond. However, it has yet to open in Germany, the U.K., and France and should top its domestic total before it is done. More...

Rambo and Cloverfield Fight for Top Spot

January 24th, 2008

It's the final weekend in January and so far the month has been stronger than expected. Hopefully that will continue this weekend, and at the very least there should be a good battle at the top between, Rambo and Cloverfield. More...

Cloverfield Shoots for the Stars (Wars)

January 22nd, 2008

Records fell this week as Cloverfield became the biggest film ever to debut on Martin Luther King long weekend, as well as setting a few other records (including topping Star Wars long standing January opening record). This helped the weekend bring in $155 million over three days, which was 19% more than last weekend. It was also 56% more than the same weekend last year. However, since Martin Luther King long weekend was a week earlier that isn't a fair comparison. Compared to last year's Martin Luther King long weekend, 2008 was ahead by 21% over three days and 19% over four. More...

International Details - Some Enchanted Weekend

January 20th, 2008

Enchanted fell out of the top five but still had a very impressive weekend box office adding $8.12 million on 4348 screens in 43 markets for a total of $151.50 million. This includes a fifth place opening in South Korea where the film earned $1.08 million on 322 screens over the weekend and $1.34 million in total. Meanwhile it also earned fifth place in the U.K. with $1.59 million on 472 screens over the weekend for a total of $29.46 million after a month of release. Its chances at $200 million internationally depend heavily on its run in Japan staring mid-March, but $300 million worldwide is all but assured now. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of January 18, 2008

January 19th, 2008

It's the busiest week of the year for new releases, which means it's the busiest week of the year for websites. However, while there is relatively high quantity, the quality is low. There are a few good sites, but there are more releases this week that are without sites and even none stand out as award-worthy. More...

Can Cloverfield Conquer?

January 17th, 2008

A 2008 release finally looks like it will win a weekend. The first two weeks of the year have brought us wins by holdovers, but the super-hyped Cloverfield should end that streak. Or it could turn into another Snakes on a Plane, I'm still not sure which way it will go. More...

Drop in the Bucket

January 10th, 2008

This week, we have three new wide release and there are also a couple of expansions. Add in several strong holdovers, and there could be quite a logjam on the top of the charts. Not every new release / wide expansion will take part in this bounty, with In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, which could turn out to be the worst movie of the year, likely to miss out. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - January 6, 2008

January 6th, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for 27 Dresses, Be Kind Rewind, 88 Minutes and Passengers! More...

2008 Preview: January

January 1st, 2008

It's the beginning of a new month, and a new year. This new beginning brings with it a sense of hope and exhilaration for many people, but this does not extend into the movie world. January is dominated by films from last year. Not only are holdovers going to overwhelm new releases at the box office for the next couple weeks, but with the award season heating up, most buzz is about who will win what. In fact, only Cloverfield seems to be able to rise above the award season buzz, but this is not a sure sign that the film will survive at the box office. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - April 8, 2007

April 8th, 2007

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Mr. Bean's Holiday, The Other Boleyn Girl, 21 and more. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/01/18 2 $23,007,725   3,057 $7,526   $23,007,725 3
2008/01/25 3 $13,360,535 -42% 3,074 $4,346   $45,107,889 10
2008/02/01 3 $8,529,845 -36% 2,976 $2,866   $57,245,093 17
2008/02/08 6 $5,409,671 -37% 2,841 $1,904   $65,078,461 24
2008/02/15 10 $3,200,024 -41% 1,936 $1,653   $69,961,895 31
2008/02/22 15 $1,639,898 -49% 1,367 $1,200   $73,108,983 38
2008/02/29 18 $855,724 -48% 796 $1,075   $74,466,610 45
2008/03/07 23 $361,967 -58% 455 $796   $75,110,892 52
2008/03/14 30 $234,735 -35% 272 $863   $75,525,410 59
2008/03/21 34 $187,901 -20% 244 $770   $75,820,494 66
2008/03/28 34 $209,374 +11% 226 $926   $76,150,977 73
2008/04/04 34 $142,904 -32% 188 $760   $76,376,607 80
2008/04/11 43 $99,504 -30% 140 $711   $76,526,559 87
2008/04/18 51 $63,202 -36% 102 $620   $76,624,274 94
2008/04/25 52 $55,445 -12% 73 $760   $76,708,310 101
2008/05/02 56 $31,247 -44% 51 $613   $76,758,772 108
2008/05/09 68 $15,211 -51% 31 $491   $76,782,611 115
2008/05/16 81 $7,391 -51% 19 $389   $76,795,541 122
2008/05/23 80 $5,910 -20% 10 $591   $76,805,777 129

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/01/18 2 $7,772,852   3,057 $2,543   $7,772,852 1
2008/01/19 2 $8,603,151 +11% 3,057 $2,814   $16,376,003 2
2008/01/20 2 $6,631,722 -23% 3,057 $2,169   $23,007,725 3
2008/01/21 2 $4,434,315 -33% 3,057 $1,451   $27,442,040 4
2008/01/22 2 $1,465,172 -67% 3,057 $479   $28,907,212 5
2008/01/23 2 $1,339,176 -9% 3,057 $438   $30,246,388 6
2008/01/24 2 $1,500,966 +12% 3,057 $491   $31,747,354 7
2008/01/25 3 $4,236,592 +182% 3,074 $1,378   $35,983,946 8
2008/01/26 3 $5,790,645 +37% 3,074 $1,884   $41,774,591 9
2008/01/27 3 $3,333,298 -42% 3,074 $1,084   $45,107,889 10
2008/01/28 2 $884,036 -73% 3,074 $288   $45,991,925 11
2008/01/29 2 $908,099 +3% 3,074 $295   $46,900,024 12
2008/01/30 2 $888,238 -2% 3,074 $289   $47,788,262 13
2008/01/31 2 $926,986 +4% 3,074 $302   $48,715,248 14
2008/02/01 3 $2,750,143 +197% 2,976 $924   $51,465,391 15
2008/02/02 3 $4,194,200 +53% 2,976 $1,409   $55,659,591 16
2008/02/03 3 $1,585,502 -62% 2,976 $533   $57,245,093 17
2008/02/04 5 $584,462 -63% 2,976 $196   $57,829,555 18
2008/02/05 4 $635,081 +9% 2,976 $213   $58,464,636 19
2008/02/06 3 $548,933 -14% 2,976 $184   $59,013,569 20
2008/02/07 2 $655,221 +19% 2,976 $220   $59,668,790 21
2008/02/08 5 $1,687,482 +158% 2,841 $594   $61,356,272 22
2008/02/09 7 $2,471,030 +46% 2,841 $870   $63,827,302 23
2008/02/10 8 $1,251,159 -49% 2,841 $440   $65,078,461 24
2008/02/11 7 $351,672 -72% 2,841 $124   $65,430,133 25
2008/02/12 6 $350,820 n/c 2,841 $123   $65,780,953 26
2008/02/13 6 $359,725 +3% 2,841 $127   $66,140,678 27
2008/02/14 10 $621,193 +73% 1,913 $325   $66,761,871 28
2008/02/15 10 $891,556 +44% 1,936 $461   $67,653,427 29
2008/02/16 10 $1,329,428 +49% 1,936 $687   $68,982,855 30
2008/02/17 11 $979,040 -26% 1,936 $506   $69,961,895 31
2008/02/18 9 $687,890 -30% 1,936 $355   $70,649,785 32
2008/02/19 10 $276,056 -60% 1,936 $143   $70,925,841 33
2008/02/20 10 $261,043 -5% 1,936 $135   $71,186,884 34
2008/02/21 10 $282,201 +8% 1,936 $146   $71,469,085 35
2008/02/22 - $492,248 +74% 1,367 $360   $71,961,333 36
2008/02/23 - $765,724 +56% 1,367 $560   $72,727,057 37
2008/02/24 - $381,926 -50% 1,367 $279   $73,108,983 38
2008/02/25 14 $107,034 -72% 1,367 $78   $73,216,017 39
2008/02/26 14 $123,851 +16% 1,367 $91   $73,339,868 40
2008/02/27 14 $131,595 +6% 1,367 $96   $73,471,463 41
2008/02/28 14 $139,423 +6% 1,367 $102   $73,610,886 42
2008/02/29 17 $252,604 +81% 796 $317   $73,863,490 43
2008/03/01 18 $392,620 +55% 796 $493   $74,256,110 44
2008/03/02 21 $210,500 -46% 796 $264   $74,466,610 45
2008/03/03 17 $64,045 -70% 796 $80   $74,530,655 46
2008/03/04 16 $71,222 +11% 796 $89   $74,601,877 47
2008/03/05 16 $70,373 -1% 796 $88   $74,672,250 48
2008/03/06 16 $76,675 +9% 796 $96   $74,748,925 49
2008/03/07 - $110,695 +44% 455 $243   $74,859,620 50
2008/03/08 - $159,083 +44% 455 $350   $75,018,703 51
2008/03/09 - $92,189 -42% 455 $203   $75,110,892 52
2008/03/10 - $42,382 -54% 455 $93   $75,153,274 53
2008/03/11 - $47,198 +11% 455 $104   $75,200,472 54
2008/03/12 - $42,134 -11% 455 $93   $75,242,606 55
2008/03/13 - $48,069 +14% 455 $106   $75,290,675 56
2008/03/14 - $74,024 +54% 272 $272   $75,364,699 57
2008/03/15 - $100,607 +36% 272 $370   $75,465,306 58
2008/03/16 - $60,104 -40% 272 $221   $75,525,410 59
2008/03/17 - $19,778 -67% 272 $73   $75,545,188 60
2008/03/18 - $27,475 +39% 272 $101   $75,572,663 61
2008/03/19 - $26,727 -3% 272 $98   $75,599,390 62
2008/03/20 - $33,203 +24% 272 $122   $75,632,593 63
2008/03/21 - $70,384 +112% 244 $288   $75,702,977 64
2008/03/22 - $76,445 +9% 244 $313   $75,779,422 65
2008/03/23 - $41,072 -46% 244 $168   $75,820,494 66
2008/03/24 - $29,005 -29% 244 $119   $75,849,499 67
2008/03/25 - $29,536 +2% 244 $121   $75,879,035 68
2008/03/26 - $28,965 -2% 244 $119   $75,908,000 69
2008/03/27 - $33,603 +16% 244 $138   $75,941,603 70
2008/03/28 - $70,241 +109% 244 $288   $76,011,844 71
2008/03/29 - $88,867 +27% 244 $364   $76,100,711 72
2008/03/30 - $50,266 -43% 244 $206   $76,150,977 73
2008/03/31 - $17,433 -65% 244 $71   $76,168,410 74
2008/04/01 - $21,257 +22% 244 $87   $76,189,667 75
2008/04/02 - $20,879 -2% 244 $86   $76,210,546 76
2008/04/03 - $23,157 +11% 244 $95   $76,233,703 77
2008/04/04 - $46,887 +102% 188 $249   $76,280,590 78
2008/04/05 - $63,709 +36% 188 $339   $76,344,299 79
2008/04/06 - $32,308 -49% 188 $172   $76,376,607 80
2008/04/07 - $10,423 -68% 188 $55   $76,387,030 81
2008/04/08 - $13,825 +33% 188 $74   $76,400,855 82
2008/04/09 - $13,660 -1% 188 $73   $76,414,515 83
2008/04/10 - $12,540 -8% 188 $67   $76,427,055 84
2008/04/11 - $32,359 +158% 140 $231   $76,459,414 85
2008/04/12 - $46,016 +42% 140 $329   $76,505,430 86
2008/04/13 - $21,129 -54% 140 $151   $76,526,559 87
2008/04/14 - $7,181 -66% 140 $51   $76,533,740 88
2008/04/15 - $8,630 +20% 140 $62   $76,542,370 89
2008/04/16 - $9,041 +5% 140 $65   $76,551,411 90
2008/04/17 - $9,661 +7% 140 $69   $76,561,072 91
2008/04/18 - $22,002 +128% 102 $216   $76,583,074 92
2008/04/19 - $28,279 +29% 102 $277   $76,611,353 93
2008/04/20 - $12,921 -54% 102 $127   $76,624,274 94
2008/04/21 - $6,435 -50% 102 $63   $76,630,709 95
2008/04/22 - $6,226 -3% 102 $61   $76,636,935 96
2008/04/23 - $7,714 +24% 102 $76   $76,644,649 97
2008/04/24 - $8,216 +7% 102 $81   $76,652,865 98
2008/04/25 - $17,461 +113% 73 $239   $76,670,326 99
2008/04/26 - $25,077 +44% 73 $344   $76,695,403 100
2008/04/27 - $12,907 -49% 73 $177   $76,708,310 101
2008/04/28 - $3,976 -69% 73 $54   $76,712,286 102
2008/04/29 - $5,171 +30% 73 $71   $76,717,457 103
2008/04/30 - $5,405 +5% 73 $74   $76,722,862 104
2008/05/01 - $4,663 -14% 73 $64   $76,727,525 105
2008/05/26 79 $535   10 $54   $76,806,312 130

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/01/18 2 $31,747,354   3,057 $10,385   $31,747,354 7
2008/01/25 3 $16,967,894 -47% 3,074 $5,520   $48,715,248 14
2008/02/01 3 $10,953,542 -35% 2,976 $3,681   $59,668,790 21
2008/02/08 7 $7,093,081 -35% 2,841 $2,497   $66,761,871 28
2008/02/15 10 $4,707,214 -34% 1,936 $2,431   $71,469,085 35
2008/02/22 16 $2,141,801 -54% 1,367 $1,567   $73,610,886 42
2008/02/29 18 $1,138,039 -47% 796 $1,430   $74,748,925 49
2008/03/07 22 $541,750 -52% 455 $1,191   $75,290,675 56
2008/03/14 33 $341,918 -37% 272 $1,257   $75,632,593 63
2008/03/21 33 $309,010 -10% 244 $1,266   $75,941,603 70
2008/03/28 32 $292,100 -5% 226 $1,292   $76,233,703 77
2008/04/04 34 $193,352 -34% 188 $1,028   $76,427,055 84
2008/04/11 44 $134,017 -31% 140 $957   $76,561,072 91
2008/04/18 48 $91,793 -32% 102 $900   $76,652,865 98
2008/04/25 53 $74,660 -19% 73 $1,023   $76,727,525 105
2008/05/02 58 $39,875 -47% 51 $782   $76,767,400 112
2008/05/09 68 $20,750 -48% 31 $669   $76,788,150 119
2008/05/16 82 $11,717 -44% 19 $617   $76,799,867 126

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/4/200811,056,371 1,056,371$17,155,465$17,155,4651
5/11/20083449,220-57% 1,505,591$7,183,028$24,338,4932
5/18/20085255,425-43% 1,761,016$3,938,654$28,277,1463
5/25/200810113,795-55% 1,874,811$1,754,719$30,031,8654
6/1/2008486,523-24% 1,961,334$1,362,495$31,394,3605
6/8/2008872,461-16% 2,033,795$1,158,651$32,553,0126
6/15/20081961,270-15% 2,095,065$1,004,215$33,557,2277
6/22/20082338,315-37% 2,133,380$626,450$34,183,6778
6/29/20082930,578-20% 2,163,958$473,225$34,656,9029
7/6/20082929,122-5% 2,193,080$465,661$35,122,56310
7/27/20082437,173 2,269,398$594,396$36,334,62713
8/3/20082835,439-5% 2,304,837$566,670$36,901,29714
8/17/20082829,872 2,365,673$477,653$37,874,06416
2/14/20101464,028 2,789,778$505,194$43,705,98094

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