300

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $210,614,939Details
International Box Office $243,546,996
Worldwide Box Office $454,161,935
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $276,126,808 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $6,890,855 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $283,017,663
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
60% - Fresh
Audience
89% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 9th, 2007 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
March 9th, 2007 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: July 31st, 2007 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for graphic battle sequences throughout, some sexuality and nudity.
Franchise: 300
Keywords: Dark Horse Comics, Voiceover/Narration, Historical Battles, Visual Effects, Inspired by a True Story, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Legendary Pictures

DVD Releases for July 21st, 2009

Two of the most anticipated home market releases of the summer come out this week, and both of them are contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. The Watchmen and Coraline Blu-ray releases are both worth picking up, and must-haves for their fans. Also in the mix is The Middleman - The Complete Series, which despite its short run packs a lot of entertainment. If I were forced to choose just one to buy, it would probably be Coraline, but all three are DVD Picks of the Week. More...

DVD Releases for November 18, 2008 - Part I

It's a weird week for the DVD release report. According to Amazon, seven of the top ten releases come from two movies: WALL-E and Tropic Thunder. Add in the Spanish language edition and there are five versions of the former movie coming out this week, including the 3-Disc DVD and the 3-Disc Blu-ray, either one of which is worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. The overall group of releases feels weaker than last week, but it is more than enough that it had to be split into two parts. Part two can be found here. More...

Award Season - SAG Follows the Script - SAG Nominations

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced this week, but again there were no clear front runners for the six theatrical categories. More...

DVD Sales - Living for the Home Market

New releases were not plentiful on the sales chart this week, but they dominated the top five by taking three spots. This includes Live Free or Die Hard in first place with 2.06 million units sold and $35.11 million in total sales. More...

DVD Sales - Blades Glide into First Place

New releases were not that plentiful on the sales chart this week, but they did take the top two spots with Blades of Glory leading the way. Over its first week of release, the film sold 905,000 units for a total of $14.48 million in sales. More...

DVD Sales - Wild Hogs Ride Into the Sunset

New releases weren't big sellers this week as Wild Hogs remained in first place despite falling more than 66% during its second week of release. It sold an estimated 738,000 units for a running tally of 2.94 million. That works out to $46.96 million in sales, including $11.80 million this past week. More...

DVD Sales - Sales Chart Goes Wild

Wild Hogs led a healthy group of new releases to win the race on the DVD sales chart with 2.20 million units sold and $35.16 million in first week sales. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Hog Half the Spots on the Rental Chart

New releases took three of the top five places on the DVD rental chart, including first place. Wild Hogs was the overall rental leader with $9.94 million, which was in line with Disturbia's opening last week. More...

DVD Sales - 300 Does Double Duty at Number One

Despite a busy week for new releases, 300 was able to stay on top of the DVD sales chart. This should really surprise no one as it has been tough this year for any DVD to move more than 1 million units in a single week, and with first week sales of more than 5 million units, even a sharp drop-off would leave 300 in first place. And it did have a sharp drop-off, down more than 70% to 1.50 million units sold this week for a total of 6.60 million after two. This works out to $149.82 million in total sales, which is close to the film's entire theatrical haul. More...

DVD Rentals - Disturbing News on the Rental Charts

Disturbia led a large group of new releases and took first place on the rental charts with $9.70 million in rentals. More...

300 Times 5 Million Equals Number One

New releases made their presence felt this week, earning five spots on the DVD sales chart, including the first two places. The battle for first place wasn't even close, though, as 300 made a dominant debut, selling 5.10 million units, which was 2 million more than the rest of the top 30 combined. Its opening week sales of $115 million was double the rest of the top 30. Second place went to Hot Fuzz with a very respectable 676,000 units; you must remember, this is a film that only cost 8 million Pounds to make, roughly, which is about $17 million American. The film made more than that in just one week on the home market in combined rentals and sales, so everyone involved must be very, very happy indeed. Pathfinder's sales were stronger than its rentals as it moved 562,000 units for a total of $10.10 million in sales, which was more than it earned theatrically. More...

DVD Releases for July 31, 2007

We finally got some wide releases worth picking up this week, which have been in tight supply most of the summer. It's been rare to find one first-run release worth picking up in any given week, but this week we have two that are contenders for DVD Pick of the Week: 300 - 2-Disc Special Edition and Hot Fuzz - Buy from Amazon. I was a little worried that a special edition for the latter might be around the corner, but that wasn't enough to prevent me from naming it as the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

IMAX - Potter Profits on Big Big Screen

There were even more records falling this weekend as Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix broke several IMAX records during its opening. This includes the largest number of screens (91 domestically and 35 internationally); biggest Wednesday ($1.9 million); the largest 5-day domestic total ($7.4 million); largest domestic per screen average ($80,500); and the largest worldwide opening ($9.4 million). And because of massive pre-sales and sold out showings, the film should show stronger legs on IMAX screens that it will as a whole. More...

International Details - Pirates Still Have Some Fight Left in Them

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End remained in sixth place with $8.94 million on 5442 screens in 101 markets for a total of $624.93 million. Internationally the film is in fifth place all-time and should top Dead Man's Chest shortly. Worldwide, it is also in fifth place but Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone's $974.56 million seems safe. As for At World's End's individual markets, the U.K. is still ahead of Japan $80.06 million to $77.58 million. However, Japan is catching up $2.28 million on 674 screens compared to just $738,000 on 357 in the U.K. At this pace Japan will need just two weeks to become the film's biggest draw. More...

International Details - Pirates Ship Starts to Sink

Some very interesting news on the international front this weekend regarding Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. First of all, it fell out of the top five; however, it was still able to pull in more than $10 million over the weekend. Not too long ago it was a chore to find a dozen films that cracked $1 million, while this past weekend we had 6 that earned $10 million or more. Over the weekend the film added $14.02 million on 5775 screens in 104 markets for a total of $608.89 million internationally. It is the sixth film to cross $600 million internationally and is now in fifth place on that chart. Worldwide the film has $906.89 million making it the ninth highest grosser of all time. The U.K. is still the film's best market at $78.51 million compared to second pace Japan where it has made $74.02 million. However, that gap continues to narrow with the film making $3.23 million on 691 screens in the latter and $1.37 million on 401 screens in the former. More...

International Details - Black Mark at the Box Office

There was a troubling lack of final results this week and this results in a few studio estimates with some of the numbers. However, it appears that Black House was able to place fourth on the international charts after winning the box office race in South Korea The film was able to top its native market with $2.71 million on 325 screens over the weekend and $3.35 million in total. More...

International Details - Spidey Swings into the Sunset

Spider-Man 3 fell out of the top five for the first time during its run, but since it has already hit $500 million internationally and is closing in on $900 million worldwide, this is hardly a reason to panic. Over the weekend the film added $3.02 million on 3914 screens in 65 markets for a total of $543.87 million, putting it in 11th place all time, just behind Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings. Worldwide the film had $873.88 million at the end of the weekend, which means it also places 11th on that all-time chart, but will top Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets before long. More...

International Details - 300 Makes a Late Surge

300 returned to the international chart this week thanks entirely to its opening in Japan. In that market, the film opened in second place with $2.71 million on 452 screens over the weekend and $3.39 million including last week's premiere in Tokyo. This was enough for it to capture sixth place internationally with $2.75 million on 576 screens in 8 markets, while lifting its total to $236.89 million. More...

International Details - Box Office Broken

With no worldwide opening this weekend, several studios tried to open / expand smaller films hoping to take advantage of the lull. Despite this influx of competition, Fracture was able to hold strong dipping just one place with sixth with $2.25 million on 1018 screens in 16 markets for a total of $22.33 million internationally. The film wasn't able to top $1 million in any single market, but came closest in France with $671,000 over the weekend for a $7.20 million running total. More...

International Details - Bean Takes a Holiday from the Top Five

Mr. Bean's Holiday fell one spot out of the top five this weekend despite showing some significant growth. The film did have a few openings, including a third place $165,000 debut on 56 screens in Turkey, but its biggest market was Germany where it grew 44% to $651,000 on 577 screens for the weekend and $22.52 million in total. Overall the film added $3.47 million on 2634 screens in 43 markets for a total of $176.19 million internationally with debuts in South Korea, Japan, and China, yet to come, (and of course it doesn't open here till August). More...

International Details - Slow Week Outside of Spider-Man

The competition is still being pushed down by Spider-Man 3 and although there were half a dozen new releases to chart this week, it was still impossible to fill out a top 30 chart with any real details. For instance, Next had no major openings and its best midlevel was a second place debut in Malaysia with $115,000 on 30 screens. However, it was still able to remain in sixth place with $2.45 million on 1347 screens in 19 markets while its running total has grown to $18.94 million. More...

International Details - Not Much News to Report Other Than Spider-Man

With Spider-Man 3 dominating the global market last weekend, there was very little else happening on the international charts that was newsworthy. With little in the way of new releases, or even expansion for holdovers, it was impossible just to fill out a top 30 chart. And with several films expected to attempt a worldwide opening over the next couple months, it will likely be that way till mid-August. More...

International Top One - Spider-Man Spins a Worldwide Web

Spider-Man 3's performance on the international scene was truly amazing as it outpaced almost all expectations and beat earlier weekend estimates. The film earned $176.84 million overall on 16,711 screens in 75 markets and since its opening last Tuesday the film has already made $230.89 million. This means the film surpassed 300 in less than one week, to become the biggest international hit of the year, and should do the same on the worldwide chart by the weekend. More...

IMAX - Spidey\'s Record Breaking Debut was Big, Really Big

Spider-Man 3 broke several IMAX records over the weekend, starting with biggest single day at $2.2 million. The film also has the biggest domestic weekend at $4.8 million and the biggest worldwide weekend at $6.3 million. More...

International Details - 300\'s Last Stab at Glory

300 was knocked out of the top five this week but still added $3.82 million on 3,537 screens in 52 markets for a total of $223.77 million. The film has yet to open in Japan, but that's about it at this point and there's little hope that the movie will hit any more milestones from now until then. However, it is already a massive hit and a huge financial boon for the studio, so everything it does earn will be pure gravy. More...

International Top Five - Box Office is far from Wild

With Spider-man 3 just around the corner, theater owners worldwide are clearing room for what is expected to be a record-breaking run. This has led to a recent downturn in the box office both domestically and internationally. Even so, there are a few reasons to celebrate, including the continued strong performance by Mr. Bean's Holiday, which remained in top spot for the fourth weekend in a row, pulling in $13.51 million on 5,928 screens in 44 markets for a total of $145.30 million. That was enough, in the end, to beat Wild Hogs into second place. More...

International Top Five - Bean Breaks Through $100 million Barrier

There were plenty of reasons to celebrate for Mr. Bean's Holiday at the weekend. Not only was it able to remain in top spot for the third weekend in a row, but it was also able to crack $100 million at the international box office and is currently sitting at $125.95 million. On the other hand, the film did suffer a 45% drop-off to $17.06 million on 4,211 screens in 45 markets, but that was largely due to the lack of major openings. Its best market of the weekend remained the U.K. despite the fact that it was pushed into second place with $3.03 million on 507 screens for a total of $36.29 million. Meanwhile, it also performed well in Germany ($2.11 million on 844 screens), Australia ($1.91 million on 342 screens), and Italy ($1.41 million on 429). More...

Friday the 13th Produces some Scary Box Office Numbers

The weekend box office numbers were mixed. On the one hand, there was a small drop in the overall box office numbers with the total ticket sales coming in at $119 million, which was 4% lower than last weekend and 1% lower than the same weekend last year. However, while that's hardly a reason to worry, there were six wide releases meaning the merely average box office numbers had to divided up amongst a crowded field and that really hurt a lot of the new releases. In fact, only one of the six had any real reason to celebrate. More...

International Top Five - Bean Beats Up Spartans

Mr. Bean's Holiday was able to repeat on top of the international charts this week thanks to a mix of impressive openings and strong holdovers. For instance, the film opened in first place in Italy with a strong $2.34 million on 421 screens while it had to settle for fourth place in Mexico with $897,000 on 271 screens over the weekend and $1.12 million in total. The film's best market was U.K. where it added $4.81 million on 511 screens to its total of $28.06 million. It also held up well in Germany down 21% to $4.45 million on 840 screens to $13.30 million after two weeks while in Australia it was down 28% to $2.24 million for the weekend and $6.60 million in total. Additionally, it had to go against the opening of 300 in both, making the strong hold even more impressive. Overall, the film added $30.78 million on 4,069 screens in 42 markets for a total of $86.91 million and analysts expect it to hit $100 million by tonight. More...

International Top Five - Bean Battles Spartans to a Draw

Mr. Bean's Holiday won the weekend race on the international charts. Maybe. It all depends on how you count previews.

Without last week's previews in the U.K. the film finished a very close second with $29.28 million, just behind 300's $30.26 million. Including previews, Bean topped the charts with $34.27 million on 3,085 screens in 26 markets for a total of $36.59 million. More...

Blades Cut Competition to Shreds

March ended on a similar tone as it began, but not as strong as recent weeks. Overall the weekend total gross was $128 million, down 5% from last weekend. That is also down 10% from the same weekend last year. However, it is important to note that was the weekend Ice Age: The Meltdown opened with nearly $70 million and 2007 is still 6% ahead of 2006's pace. More...

Will March Go Out Like a Lamb?

March started like a lion when Wild Hogs opened to nearly $40 million and was even more ferocious the weekend after that when 300 broke records. It is folklore that if March starts like a lion, it ends like a lamb. So what does this mean for this week's box office? Nothing, it's just folklore. The box office looks very vigorous this weekend with two top-tier releases opening at saturation level (3,000 or more theaters). As an added bonus, both films are aimed at different target demographics, so both could be big hits. More...

International Top Five - Reinforcements Aid Spartans Overseas

300 was miles ahead of its nearest competition and dominated the international box office with $48.21 million on 4,435 screens in 32 markets for a total of $79.35 million. The film opened in first place in a number of key markets including the U.K. where it took in $9.30 million on 369 screens while it was just as dominant in Spain with $6.71 million on 536 screens. Other multi-million dollar openings came in France ($5.6 million on 485 screens); Russia ($5.05 million on 417); Italy ($4.58 million on 459); and Mexico ($2.56 million on 526). The film also held strong in holdovers remaining in first place for the second weekend in a row in South Korea with $3.67 million on 350 screens over the weekend and $12.68 million in total while it topped the Greek market for the third weekend in a row with $1.3 million for a total of $9.4 million. In that latter market, 300 is now the fifth highest grossing film of all time. The film has peaked at the box office, but should still have a very strong month before the summer blockbusters start opening. More...

Moviegoers Cheer Mutant Good Guys

Six wide releases in a single weekend appears to have been at least three too many as most struggled at the box office. On the other hand, with so many new films opening and so many different demographics being targeted, it was a good week at the box office overall with receipts hitting $133 million, up 14% from last week and 22% from last year. Year-to-date revenue has already hit $2 billion and is clocking in at nearly 6% higher than last year's pace. More importantly, the number of big hits is increasing interest, and that can have a positive effect on future earnings. I feel confident in saying records will fall this year. More...

Six Shooting for Top Spot

There are six films opening in wide release this week, or at some level of wide release. This is at least three too many, and to make matters worse, several share target demographics. This insanity will mean that at least two films, possibly more, will fail to reach their potential. It also makes predicting the weekend extremely difficult because of the extra variables. Will Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles appeal to just the younger crowd, or will fans of the original series also show up? If so, will this cut into the box office of The Hills Have Eyes 2 and Shooter? There's a lot to consider here. More...

International Top Five - 300 is #1

It was a good week for international releases with a dozen of them charting, although none made it into the top five. The number one film was 300 as the film expanded into its first major market, scoring first place with $6.3 million on 353 screens over a 5-day period. The film was also a massive hit in Turkey with $1.5 million on 115 screens while just missing the $1 million mark in Thailand with $917,000 on 120 screens. Other openings include $730,000 on 33 screens in Hong Kong, $582,000 on 161 screens in India and $546,000 on 73 in Puerto Rico. Even more impressive were its holdovers, with it remaining in first place in all three, including a record-setting pace in Greece ($2.5 million for the weekend and $7.2 million in total). Overall, the film made $14.17 million on 1,262 screens in 12 markets for a very early international total of $25.23 screens. It's too early to tell if the film will be as big a hit internationally as it is domestically, but it is off to a great start. More...

Namesake Goes for Hat Trick

Namesake was the top film on the Per Theater Chart for the second weekend in a row with an average of $17,440 in its 41 theaters. Second place went to the only newcomer in the $10,000 club, Hat Trick with $15,500 in its lone theater. The only other film to crack $10,000 was the overall box office leader, 300, which just managed that feat with $10,054. More...

Spartans Bend to Competition, but do not Buckle

This proved to be a double milestone weekend, and a record breaker at that. Two films, 300 and Wild Hogs hit $100 million this weekend. Wild Hogs reached that milestone on Sunday the 18th of March, making it the earliest in a year for three new releases to have crossed $100 million. (The previous record was in 2003 when Daredevil made it there early in April.) Overall the box office was also hot, taking in $118 million. Granted, that is down 23% from last weekend, but it was up 10% from the same weekend last year, which is a much more important figure. More...

Weekend Estimates: 300 Crashes, But Doesn\'t Burn


Spartans Try to Hold Box Office Against Whelming Odds

Three wide releases are opening this weekend, but none seem to have what it takes to overtake 300. On the other hand, none look like they will bomb either with all three tracking to finish in the top five. Even more importantly, the overall box office looks robust and should have an easy time keeping up with last year's pace. More...

International Top Five - Box Office Hits a Sour Note

It was a soft weekend in international markets, with no film topping $10 million. Music and Lyrics was the closest, pulling in $9.67 million on 2,542 screens in 26 markets for a total of $44.45 million, which is just ahead of its domestic total so far. Its biggest opening of the weekend came in Germany where it placed first with $3.12 million on 606 screens but it also placed first in Austria ($511,000 on 92 screens), and The Netherlands ($494,000 on 95 screens over the weekend and $637,000 in total). The film wasn't as strong in Mexico where it made $678,000 on 319 screens, which was a distant second to a local hit, Ninas Mal. Holdovers were led by South Korea, where is actually grew by 4% to $1.29 million on 136 screens for a two-week total of $3.96 million. More...

Namesake Springs to the Top of the Per Theater Chart

Namesake proved that Kal Penn could lead a drama better than he does most of his comedies. Over the weekend, the film pulled in nearly a quarter of a million dollars in just 6 theaters for an average of $41,425. That was well ahead of the overall box office leader, 300 and its still fantastic $22,844. The last film in the $10,000 club was a holdover, as Into Great Silence fell just 3.4% to $11,566 despite doubling its theater count to two. More...

Persians Invade Movie Theaters

The weekend was rather predictable, with three of the top five landing within a rounding error of expectations and another finishing close enough to call it a victory. ... OK, I got skunked on 300, but I think I know why. That film's record-breaking opening helped push the overall box office to $153 million over the weekend, up 23% from last weekend and 39% from the same weekend last year. As for the yearly trend, we have seeing a lot more massive hits coming out this year than expected. This could be a portent of things to come, and that would mean we might have more than a dozen films top $200 million this summer alone. More...

300 Smashes March Records with $70 Million Opening

300 marched into the record books over the weekend, earning an estimated $70.025 million according to studio estimates. If that number holds, it will be a record weekend in March (see full chart), beating the $68,033,544 accumulated by Ice Age: The Meltdown on the weekend of March 31 last year. 300 smashed tracking numbers, which we hovering around $40 million, suggesting that it picked up a lot of ticket sales at the last minute.

In comparison, Wild Hogs's $28 million weekend seems modest, but that represents a decline of only 29% from last weekend, which is a triumph these days. Bridge to Terabithia fell an even more remarkable 23% to move up from 4th to 3rd place in the chart. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 3 - March 9, 2007

We are starting to see more and more summer blockbusters launching or updating their websites. However, this week it was still a spring release taking top spot as The Fracture - Official Site won the Weekly Website Award. More...

300 Marches into Theaters

One of the most talked about March movies opens this weekend, but there are some concerns regarding 300's ability to turn this talk into box office dollars. Should it fail to do so, Wild Hogs will be right there looking to become the second biker movie in a row to repeat at the top of the charts. More...

Contest - Better Odds than the Spartans

This is the first box office prediction contest after the Oscar break and we have plenty of prizes from the past few weeks to deal with. This week our contest is sponsered by Corman Online, the online Roger Corman fan community and they gave us the Roger Corman Collection. To win one one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of 300. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win the 3-DVD set, which includes Grand Theft Auto, Dinocroc, and the greatest Roger Corman movie of all time, Rock'n'Roll High School. ("Hey, pizza!") The person who comes the closest to the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday, without going under, will win a copy of Grand Theft Auto on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Movie Website Updates for February 24 - March 2, 2007

Just an average week in terms of updates, but there are a couple sites of note including the winner of the Weekly Website Award, Wild Hogs - Official Site. More...

2007 Preview: March

March, a month without a holiday. In fact, It's the only month without any holidays to help boost the box office and this prevents studios from releasing big blockbusters. However, it is not the weakest month either and there are a few midlevel hits coming out over the next four weeks and even a couple that could top $100 million More...

Movie Website Updates for February 17 - February 23, 2007

Big week in terms of flash sites launching, but a tough one when it comes to picking a winner. There were several sites that were contenders, and a few that will likely be winners after a few more updates, but none that stood out as the best for the week. It's almost like there were so many that were so close to winning the award that none were able to stand out and get me excited. However, there was one site that was updated this week that did, The Simpsons Movie - Official Site. This site did get a new look, but the real draw here is the first full trailer, to go along with the three previous teasers. Is that enough to make it award worthy? No. But while my rational side was distracted by a game of Sudoku the Fanboy in me made that decisions, and all Fanboy freak-outs are legally binding. Hopefully the final site will live up to the award. I have a feeling it will. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 3 - February 9, 2007

Still waiting sites for the big summer blockbusters to come online. In the meantime, this week is relatively busy, but with only a couple sites that look like they could be award-worthy once the features are added. The best of the best, and I use that term loosely, is Norbit - Official Site with a site that could be more entertaining than the movie it promotes. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 20 - January 26, 2007

This year's crop of summer blockbusters still haven't started opening movies site in earnest yet, and until they do, this column will be lacking. It's yet another week without a truly award-winning site but Catch & Release - Official Site is the best of the rest. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 9 - December 15, 2006

The end of year big movie rush continues, the last few big movies are launching their sites. And one such movie, Night at the Museum - Official Site, is the winning of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for October 21 - October 27, 2006

There was a good selection of sites this week in terms of updates, but unlike last week there were fewer contenders for the Weekly Website Award. That's not to say Let's Go to Prison - Official Site didn't deserve to win, it just had a lot less competition than it would have had if it launched last week. More...

Movie Website Updates for October 14 - October 20, 2006

Strange week with very few site featuring updates, but several very strong contenders for Weekly Website Award. In the end I went with The Prestige - Official Site, but several others on this list should win awards in the coming weeks. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 30 - October 6, 2006

Good week for websites, but most were smaller updates or new sites with just a few features. Two sites, Happy Feet - Official Site and The Prestige - Official Site, stood out above the crowd, but both will need a few more update to take home the Weekly Website Award. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - September 3, 2006

This week's round of new movie release information contains new release dates 300, James Bond 22 and more. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - August 13, 2006

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Emilio Estevez' Bobby, Frank Miller's 300 and more. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 5 - August 11

The torrid pace of website updates continues with more than 30 films on this week's list. There were a few sites that really caught my eye, but it was Trust the Man - Official Site and its interactive map of New York City and its more than 2 dozen clips that won the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 15 - July 21

Another busy week, but unlike last week there was no massive blockbuster launching its flash site. Two sites stood out this week, (not counting past winners), and they are wildly different both in terms of style and in terms of the movie they are selling: Accepted - Official Site and World Trade Center - Official Site. The former is goofy and seriously immature, while the latter is one of the most emotional sites I've ever seen. In was nearly a coin flip, but in the end I went with Accepted - Official Site, but I would be willing to bet the other site will win before the movie comes out. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 13 - May 19

It was a good week for movie sites, although it's hard to tell looking just at the number of sites featured here. However, while the numbers of sites is low, the quality is very high with three sites in the running for the Weekly Website Award, (four if you include Casino Royale - Official Site, which I preemptively gave the award to when the placeholder site went live). Both The Break-Up - Official Site and Pulse - Official Site were also in the running, but in the end I went with See No Evil - Official Site. However, I expect the other two sites to win the award in later weeks. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 14 - April 20

Another slow week and either I've lost my mojo for finding new and updated sites, or this is the calm before the storm that is the summer box office season. And speaking of Storm, the best of the bunch this week is X-Men: The Last Stand - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 6

It's a much busier week this week including several sites that I found through e-mails. Thanks for the tips. (On a side note, if you sent me an e-mail regarding a movie site and I forgot it, please send it again. It was a big list this week and I'm almost positive one or two sites slipped between the cracks.) Unfortunately, while there are plenty of sites on this week's list, there's not a lot of top notch ones. The movie on this list that made me the most excited was The Simpsons Movie, and that one doesn't even have an official movie site, just the teaser trailer. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 24 - March 2

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. There was a three way race for top spot this week with Slither - Official Site taking home the award. However, it won based on equal parts what it is and what it should become once all the content marked coming soon is added to the site. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 17 - February 23

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Just when I thought the slump was over, we have the shortest list in a few weeks. The best site of the week was Brick - Official Site, which helped sell the movie well and that is the most important job of a movie site. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 3 - February 9

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/03/09 1 $28,106,731   3,103 $9,058   $28,106,731 1
2007/03/10 1 $24,680,844 -12% 3,103 $7,954   $52,787,575 2
2007/03/11 1 $18,097,726 -27% 3,103 $5,832   $70,885,301 3
2007/03/12 1 $7,617,203 -58% 3,103 $2,455   $78,502,504 4
2007/03/13 1 $6,515,299 -14% 3,103 $2,100   $85,017,803 5
2007/03/14 1 $5,822,372 -11% 3,103 $1,876   $90,840,175 6
2007/03/15 1 $5,448,153 -6% 3,103 $1,756   $96,288,328 7
2007/03/16 1 $10,072,330 +85% 3,270 $3,080   $106,360,658 8
2007/03/17 1 $12,557,442 +25% 3,270 $3,840   $118,918,100 9
2007/03/18 1 $10,247,556 -18% 3,270 $3,134   $129,165,656 10
2007/03/19 1 $3,455,216 -66% 3,270 $1,057   $132,620,872 11
2007/03/20 1 $3,318,411 -4% 3,270 $1,015   $135,939,283 12
2007/03/21 1 $2,988,110 -10% 3,270 $914   $138,927,393 13
2007/03/22 1 $2,916,262 -2% 3,270 $892   $141,843,655 14
2007/03/23 2 $6,015,770 +106% 3,280 $1,834   $147,859,425 15
2007/03/24 2 $8,336,224 +39% 3,280 $2,542   $156,195,649 16
2007/03/25 2 $5,510,497 -34% 3,280 $1,680   $161,706,146 17
2007/03/26 1 $1,818,247 -67% 3,280 $554   $163,524,393 18
2007/03/27 1 $1,707,320 -6% 3,280 $521   $165,231,713 19
2007/03/28 1 $1,612,404 -6% 3,280 $492   $166,844,117 20
2007/03/29 1 $1,663,365 +3% 3,280 $507   $168,507,482 21
2007/03/30 3 $3,333,277 +100% 3,004 $1,110   $171,840,759 22
2007/03/31 3 $4,648,132 +39% 3,004 $1,547   $176,488,891 23
2007/04/01 3 $3,453,028 -26% 3,004 $1,149   $179,941,919 24
2007/04/02 3 $1,094,257 -68% 3,004 $364   $181,036,176 25
2007/04/03 3 $1,158,161 +6% 3,004 $386   $182,194,337 26
2007/04/04 4 $1,295,399 +12% 3,004 $431   $183,489,736 27
2007/04/05 5 $1,544,341 +19% 3,004 $514   $185,034,077 28
2007/04/06 6 $2,906,391 +88% 2,674 $1,087   $187,940,468 29
2007/04/07 6 $3,360,493 +16% 2,674 $1,257   $191,300,961 30
2007/04/08 6 $2,101,498 -37% 2,674 $786   $193,402,459 31
2007/04/09 6 $978,441 -53% 2,674 $366   $194,380,900 32
2007/04/10 6 $731,160 -25% 2,674 $273   $195,112,060 33
2007/04/11 6 $687,348 -6% 2,674 $257   $195,799,408 34
2007/04/12 6 $711,372 +3% 2,674 $266   $196,510,780 35
2007/04/13 12 $1,252,768 +76% 2,674 $468   $197,763,548 36
2007/04/14 7 $1,943,919 +55% 2,140 $908   $199,707,467 37
2007/04/15 7 $1,257,668 -35% 2,140 $588   $200,965,135 38
2007/04/16 8 $387,283 -69% 2,140 $181   $201,352,418 39
2007/04/17 7 $352,167 -9% 2,140 $165   $201,704,585 40
2007/04/18 7 $359,044 +2% 2,140 $168   $202,063,629 41
2007/04/19 7 $328,396 -9% 2,140 $153   $202,392,025 42
2007/04/20 11 $642,494 +96% 1,508 $426   $203,034,519 43
2007/04/21 11 $977,336 +52% 1,508 $648   $204,011,855 44
2007/04/22 10 $632,404 -35% 0     $204,644,259 45
2007/04/23 9 $211,368 -67% 1,508 $140   $204,855,627 46
2007/04/24 9 $212,480 +1% 1,508 $141   $205,068,107 47
2007/04/25 9 $216,092 +2% 1,508 $143   $205,284,199 48
2007/04/26 10 $226,220 +5% 1,508 $150   $205,510,419 49
2007/04/27 - $398,716 +76% 1,005 $397   $205,909,135 50
2007/04/30 12 $142,480   1,005 $142   $207,040,365 53
2007/05/01 13 $137,088 -4% 1,005 $136   $207,177,453 54
2007/05/02 12 $143,416 +5% 1,005 $143   $207,320,869 55
2007/05/28 18 $89,586   403 $222   $209,184,269 81
2007/05/29 12 $44,278 -51% 403 $110   $209,228,547 82
2007/05/30 12 $42,502 -4% 403 $105   $209,271,049 83
2007/05/31 12 $42,923 +1% 403 $107   $209,313,972 84

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/03/09 1 $70,885,301   3,103 $22,844   $70,885,301 3
2007/03/16 1 $32,877,328 -54% 3,270 $10,054   $129,165,656 10
2007/03/23 2 $19,862,491 -40% 3,280 $6,056   $161,706,146 17
2007/03/30 3 $11,434,437 -42% 3,004 $3,806   $179,941,919 24
2007/04/06 6 $8,368,382 -27% 2,674 $3,130   $193,402,459 31
2007/04/13 9 $4,454,355 -47% 2,140 $2,081   $200,965,135 38
2007/04/20 11 $2,252,234 -49% 1,508 $1,494   $204,644,259 45
2007/04/27 15 $1,387,466 -38% 1,005 $1,381   $206,897,885 52
2007/05/04 19 $419,317 -70% 433 $968   $207,871,046 59
2007/05/11 24 $259,552 -38% 230 $1,128   $208,323,517 66
2007/05/18 23 $208,110 -20% 155 $1,343   $208,656,942 73
2007/05/25 17 $345,828 +66% 403 $858   $209,094,683 80
2007/06/01 21 $263,242 -24% 358 $735   $209,577,214 87
2007/06/08 17 $244,225 -7% 303 $806   $209,960,532 94
2007/06/15 22 $147,189 -40% 206 $715   $210,234,156 101
2007/06/22 26 $103,309 -30% 140 $738   $210,403,344 108
2007/06/29 32 $68,280 -34% 95 $719   $210,515,491 115
2007/07/06 38 $36,337 -47% 70 $519   $210,592,590 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/5/200716,454,629 6,454,629$134,425,394$134,425,3941
8/12/200711,812,475-72% 8,267,104$40,181,846$174,607,2402
8/19/20072598,635-67% 8,865,739$12,897,591$187,504,8313
8/26/20072419,791-30% 9,285,530$8,514,915$196,019,7464
9/2/20074244,076-42% 9,529,606$4,943,686$200,963,4325
9/9/20078231,798-5% 9,761,404$5,024,291$205,987,7236
9/16/20077117,315-49% 9,878,719$2,559,837$208,547,5607
9/23/200710107,918-8% 9,986,637$2,371,822$210,919,3828
9/30/200710108,225n/c10,094,862$2,366,664$213,286,0469
10/7/20071182,244-24% 10,177,106$1,809,574$215,095,62010
10/14/20071367,205-18% 10,244,311$1,474,471$216,570,09111
10/21/20071467,579+1% 10,311,890$1,563,197$218,133,28812
10/28/20072666,145-2% 10,378,035$1,449,918$219,583,20613
11/4/20072947,552-28% 10,425,587$1,050,866$220,634,07214
11/18/20071771,748 10,554,445$1,225,097$223,129,84916
11/25/20076924,658+1,189% 11,479,103$10,181,039$233,310,88917
12/2/200716187,042-80% 11,666,145$2,390,397$235,701,28518
1/13/20082361,042 12,243,575$1,204,969$246,010,17424
1/20/20082145,413-26% 12,288,988$918,705$246,928,87925
1/27/20082937,079-18% 12,326,067$747,883$247,676,76226
2/3/20081066,911+80% 12,392,978$1,307,434$248,984,19627
2/17/20081776,444 12,477,200$1,672,595$250,811,99929
3/2/20082379,942 12,569,533$1,735,541$252,776,47631
4/27/20082144,674 12,706,530$863,231$255,543,15439
1/6/20131380,184 13,291,437$435,856$262,198,214284
3/2/20142116,317 13,359,053$110,260$275,549,718344
3/16/20142322,773 13,398,890$158,664$275,821,982346
3/23/20142713,486-41% 13,412,376$95,208$275,917,190347

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/26/20091018,523 18,523$337,121$337,121104
9/13/2009166,691 44,380$127,061$828,133111
9/20/2009186,914+3% 51,294$131,303$959,436112
2/21/20101515,854 98,808$226,708$1,638,865134
5/23/20101610,686 143,442$149,501$2,269,910147
6/19/20112013,507 292,840$112,783$3,741,502203
3/2/20141712,549 560,660$104,027$6,312,508344
3/9/20141911,992-4% 572,652$107,806$6,420,314345
3/16/20142013,368+11% 586,020$117,234$6,537,548346
3/23/2014186,137-54% 592,157$55,727$6,593,275347

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Cast

Gerard Butler    King Leonidas
Lena Headey    Queen Gorgo
Dominic West    Theron
David Wenham    Dilios
Vincent Regan    Captain
Michael Fassbender    Stelios
Tom Wisdom    Astinos
Andrew Pleavin    Daxos
Andrew Tiernan    Ephialtes
Rodrigo Santoro    Xerxes
Peter Mensah    Messenger
Stephen McHattie    Loyalist

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Zack Snyder
Producer    Mark Canton
Producer    Bernie Goldmann
Producer    Jeffrey Silver
Executive Producer    William Fay
Executive Producer    Craig J. Flores
Executive Producer    Scott Mednick
Executive Producer    Frank Miller
Executive Producer    Deborah Snyder
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Ben Waisbren
Screenwriter    Zack Snyder
Screenwriter    Kurt Johnstad
Screenwriter    Michael B. Gordon
Story Creator    Frank Miller
Story Creator    Lynn Varley
Cinematographer    Larry Fong
Editor    William Hoy
Composer    Tyler Bates
Production Designer    James Bissell
Supervising Art Director    Isabelle Guay
Art Director    Jean-Pierre Paquet
Art Director    Nicholas Lepage
Set Designer    Frederic Amblard
Set Designer    Celine Lampron
Set Designer    Vincent Gingras-Liberali
Set Designer    Guy Pigeon
Set Designer    Alex Touikan
Set Designer    Brent Lambert
Set Decorator    Paul Hotte
Set Decorator    Daniel Hamelin
Set Decorator    Phillippe Lord
Costume Designer    Michael Wilkinson
Sound Designer    Patrick Rousseau
Supervising Sound Editor    Scott Hecker
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Jenkins
Re-recording Mixer    Frank Montano
Visual Effects Supervisor    Chris Watts
Art Director    Grant Freckelton
Special Effects Supervisor    Louis Craig
Special Make-up Effects    Shaun Smith
Special Make-up Effects    Mark Rappaport
Stunt Coordinator    Damon Caro
Fight Choreographer    Damon Caro
Stunt Coordinator    Chad Stahelski
Fight Choreographer    Chad Stahelski
Stunt Coordinator    Stephane Lefebvre
Associate Producer    Wesley Coller
Associate Producer    Silenn Thomas
Associate Producer    Nathalie Peter-Contesse
Assistant Director    Martin Walters
Second Unit Director    Clay Staub
Second Unit Camera    Miroslaw Baszak
Casting Director    Carrie Hilton