42

42 poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $95,020,213Details
International Box Office $2,450,488
Worldwide Box Office $97,470,701
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $21,160,680 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $14,296,198 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $35,456,878
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

In 1947, Branch Rickey put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson to the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking Major League Baseball's infamous color line. But the deal also put both Robinson and Rickey in the firing line of the public, the press and other players. Facing blatant racism from every side, even his own team, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting in kind, knowing that any incident could destroy his and Rickey's hopes. Instead, Number 42 let his talent on the field do the talking - ultimately winning over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow. In 1997, Major League Baseball retired the number 42 for all teams, making it the first number in sports to be universally retired. The only exception is every year on April 15th - Jackie Robinson Day - commemorating the date of his first game as a Brooklyn Dodger. On that day alone, players from every team proudly wear the number 42 to honor the man who altered the course of history..

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 12th, 2013 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: July 16th, 2013 by Warner Bros / Paramount
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements including language.
(Rating bulletin 2254, 1/9/2013)
Running Time: 88 minutes
Keywords: Baseball, Bigotry, Discrimination, African-American, Biography
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures, Brian Helgeland

Cast

   Jackie Robinson
   Branch Rickey
Nicole Beharie    Rachel Isum
Christopher Meloni    Leo Durocher
Ryan Merriman    Dixie Walker
Lucas Black    Pee Wee Reese
Andre Holland    Wendell Smith
Alan Tudyk    Ben Chapman
Hamish Linklater    Ralph Branca
T.R. Knight    Harold Parrott
John C. McGinley    Red Barber
Toby Huss    Clyde Sukeforth
Max Gail    Burt Shotton
Brad Beyer    Kirby Kigbe
James Pickens, Jr.    Mr. Brock
Gino Anthony Pesi    Joe Garagiola
Brett Cullen    Clay Hopper
Jesse Luken    Eddie Stanky
Jamey Holliday    Pete Reiser
Derek Phillips    Bobby Bragan
Jamie Ruehling    Spider Jorgensen
Blake Sanders    Gene Hermanski
Johnny Knight    Carl Furillo
Clint O'Brien    Hugh Casey
Dusan Brown    Ed Charles
Cherise Boothe    Ed's Mother
Friedel Pickston    Birmingham Catcher
Linc Hand    Fritz Ostermueller
Thomas Helgeland    Everett McCooey
Matt Clark    Luther
Peter Mackenzie    Happy Chandler
Joe Inscoe    Bob Cooke
Monnae Michael    Mailie
Karole Foreman    Duff Harris
C.J. Nitkowski    Dutch Leonard
Scott Callaway    Andy Seminick
Aaron Farb    Phillie Two
James Rackley    Phillie One
Anthony S. Goolsby    Monarch Batter
Lou Criscuolo    Reporter One
Ross Hughes    Reporter Two
Joe Knezevich    Reporter Three
Mark Harelik    Herb Pennock
Kenny Cook    Fan One
Rhoda Griffis    Miss Bishop
Dan Fenlan    Babe Hamburger
Maury Covington    Policeman
Henry Friedman    Freckles
Jon Kohler    Spectator Two
Marc Gowan    Doctor
Jackson Walker    Jimmy Powers
Danny Vinson    Eddie Dyer
Ari Blinder    Photographer
William Flaman    Cracker
David Sweeney    Fan Two
Denise Moye    Older Woman
Peter Jurasik    Hotel Manager
Dan Mengini    Spectator One
Michael H. Cole    Another Reporter
Janet Metzger    Jane Ann
Dax Griffin    Racist City Island Fan
Holden Hansen    Freckle's Dad
Jayson Warner Smith    White Gas Station Attendant
Jeremy Taylor    Boy
Christopher Harvey    Bus Driver
Kelley Jakle    Alice
Jud Tylor    Laraine Day
Tobias Michael Finn    Panamanian Kid
Ercell A. Grimes, Jr.    Shouting Fan
Dwight W. Houser, Jr.    City Island Umpire
Barry Suttle    Roosevelt Home Umpire
Andrew B. Roberts    Ball One Umpire
Jimmie L. Coleman    Negro League Umpire
Steve Hicks    Umpire One
Wayne Hickey    Umpire Two
Andrew Mullins    Umpire Three
Dennis A. Spears    Umpire Four
Gary Miller    Umpire Five
Todd Wilson    Reporter Four
David Thomas    Enos Slaughter
Richard Tavernaro    Deland Umpire
Hunter Clowdus    Dodger Bat Boy

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Brian Helgeland
Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Dick Cook
Executive Producer    Jon Jashni
Executive Producer    Jason Clark
Co-Producer    Darryl Pryor
Co-Producer    Jillian Zaks
Director of Photography    Don Burgess
Production Designer    Richard Hoover
Editor    Kevin Stitt
Editor    Peter McNulty
Costume Designer    Caroline Harris
Composer    Mark Isham
Music Supervisor    Peter Afterman
Music Supervisor    Margaret Yen
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jamie Dixon
Casting Director    Victoria Thomas
Second Unit Director    Allan Graf
Unit Production Manager    Mark Kamine
Unit Production Manager    Jason Clark
First Assistant Director    Eric N. Heffron
Second Unit Director    Craig Comstock
Visual Effects Producer    Lori J. Nelson
Production Supervisor    Noelle Green
Supervising Art Director    Aaron Haye
Art Director    Dennis Bradford
Stunt Coordinator    Allan Graf

DVD Sales: Go Joe, Go to the Top

We had the biggest new release in nearly two months leading the way on the August 4th, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart. G.I. Joe: Retaliation opened in first place with 544,000 units / $8.16 million, which is an okay start given its box office numbers / production budget. Fortunately, it was better on Blu-ray. More...

Blu-ray Sales: G.I. Joe Waves the Red, White, and Blu

New releases were more prevalent on the August 4th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart than they were on the DVD sales chart. G.I. Joe: Retaliation again led the way with 585,000 units / $11.67 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 52%. Granted, this is a near perfect film for Blu-ray (visually intensive action film aimed at a Fanboy audience) but this is still an impressive result. More...

DVD Sales: Life is Not a Beach for New Releases

There were quite a few new releases on the DVD sales chart for the week of July 28th, 2013; however, none were big sellers and only really placed well due to a lack of competition. 42 remained in first place with 308,000 units / $4.62 million over the weekend for totals of 798,000 units / $11.95 million after two weeks of release. More...

Blu-ray Sales: New Releases are Broken Down

There was only one new release to chart on the week of July 28th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart and it only managed fourth place. This left 42 in first place with 109,000 units / $2.67 million for the week giving it two-week totals of 336,000 units / $7.89 million. More...

DVD Sales: 42 is the Answer

New releases led the way on the July 21st, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart with new releases taking the top three spots. First place went to 42 with 489,000 units / $7.33 million. This is a good start and after a better than expected domestic run, it is well on its way to profitability. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Blu-ray Has New Life

The Blu-ray sales chart for the week of July 21st, 2013 had a lot of new releases on top with three of them opening in the top three spots. The best was 42 with 253,000 units / $5.82 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 34%. That's actually really good for a drama. More...

Home Market Numbers: Home Run on the Home Market

Okay, maybe it wasn't a home run on the home market, but new releases for the week of July 21st, 2013 helped the overall Blu-ray market grow from last week and last year. Led by 42, there were 825,000 units sold and $19.11 million in revenue generated, which was 31% higher in terms of units and 41% higher in terms revenue. Year-over-year, there were just 1% more units sold, but 34% higher revenue. This, plus weaker DVD numbers, helped the overall Blu-ray share jump to 32% in terms of units and 42% in terms of revenue. That's better than I was anticipating. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 16th, 2013

It's not a bad week on the home market with a couple first-run releases that are worth picking up. 42 earned great reviews, but the DVD and the Blu-ray Combo Pack don't have enough extras to lift to to the Pick of the Week contender. Evil Dead does have a lot better extras on the DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack, but the reviews were only good and not great. This leaves Regular Show: Season 1 & Season 2 on DVD or Blu-ray as the Pick of the Week. If you like Adventure Time or Gravity Falls, then you will likely enjoy this show as well. One final note, Orphan Black: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray is absolutely worth picking up and is worthy of Puck of the Week, for best Canadian released. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Star Trek Brighten Up the Box Office?

The second big summer release comes out this week, Star Trek into Darkness. The film has already opened internationally and has proven to be a bigger hit than its predecessor was, which is good news for its opening weekend. Iron Man 3 will likely take a pretty big hit due to the direct competition, while The Great Gatsby is a bit of a wild card. This weekend last year there were three wide releases, but the best of them was Battleship, which only made $25.53 million during its opening weekend, while all three new releases made a total of $53 million. Star Trek into Darkness should easily make more than that combined. However, The Avengers still dominated the chart last year and it will be that film that will be the biggest challenge in the year-over-year competition. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Iron Man Great, but Gatsby is Arguably Greater

Iron Man 3 remained on top of the chart, as expected, but the big news of the weekend was The Great Gatsby. The film opened with more than $50 million, which is twice as much as some analysts were expecting and about 50% more than the average. Does this mean 2013 ended its losing streak? Nope. Iron Man 3 missed expectations by a couple of million dollars, while Peeples bombed utterly. This left the overall box office down 27% from last weekend to $158 million. This is 7.5% lower than the same weekend last year. Hopefully Star Trek into Darkness will help end this losing streak next weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: How Great Will the New Releases Be?

Summer got off to a fantastic start last weekend, but sadly it is not going to continue this weekend. Neither The Great Gatsby nor Peeples have blockbuster potential. In fact, the pair combined won't match Iron Man 3's sophomore stint. This is similar to what happened last year, as Dark Shadows got crushed by The Avengers, which broke yet another record. Iron Man 3 won't be able to do the same this year, but we could have better depth. I'm not saying 2013 will win the weekend, but it won't as bad as it has been either. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Iron Man Earns Silver, but Can't Avenge Weak Yearly Box Office

There was some good news and some bad news over the weekend. The good new was Iron Man 3, which lived up to our lofty expectations and became the second biggest opening weekend of all time. This one film earned more than the entire box office earned last weekend, leading to an 136% increase week-over-week to $217 million. The bad news is The Avengers, which did even better when it opened this weekend last year. Year-over-year, 2013 suffered a 16% decline. Meanwhile, year-to-date, 2013 is now behind 2012's pace by 11% at $3.13 billion to $3.52 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Iron Man Be as Golden as Before?

Summer finally begins. 2013 has been a really bad year so far and after four months, it is 12% or $384 million behind last year's pace. On the one hand, the summer blockbuster season should boost 2013's overall numbers right out of the gate. A lot of people, myself included, think Iron Man 3 will have the second-best opening weekend of all time. On the other hand, the film with the biggest opening weekend of all time was The Avengers, which opened this weekend last year. We can't even look for a counter-programming film or holdovers to help 2013 over the top, as there are no counter-programming films and none of the holdovers are likely to reach $10 million over the weekend. Look for yet another loss in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Gain for Pain, but Wedding Small

My enthusiasm for this column is nearly zero because of Iron Man 3. Final international box office numbers are not in, but studio estimates are not only amazing, but they are record-breaking. This will overshadow anything I have to talk about today. At least Pain and Gain had a better than expected opening. On the other hand, The Big Wedding failed to make an impact. Sadly, there was more bad news than good news and the overall box office fell 16% to $92 million. This was 17% lower than the same weekend last year, while the year-to-date numbers got just a little bit weaker. At the moment, 2013 is 12% behind 2012's pace at $2.89 billion to $3.27 billion. Worse still, the year-over-year comparisons are about to run into The Avengers, so unless Iron Man 3 is record-breaking, the year-over-year comparison is going to get worse before it gets better. More...

Weekend Predictions: There Will Be Pain

It is the final weekend before the Summer blockbuster season, which means the new releases this weekend are not prime releases. Pain and Gain at least has a shot at first place. Most think The Big Wedding won't crack $10 million during the weekend. The only good news is that last year was also a bad week at the box office. The biggest new release was The Pirates! Band of Misfits, which had to settle for second place with just $11.14 million, while Think Like a Man remained in first place with $17.60 million. I think 2013's one-two-punch will top 2012's one-two punch. However, last year had better depth and 2013 will again lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oblivion Survives Opening Weekend

The overall box office was in line with expectations, more or less, which is unfortunately bad news, as expectations were low. Oblivion easily won the weekend, but the overall box office still fell 5.7% from last weekend to $110 million. Worse still, this is 19% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2013 has pulled in $2.77 billion, which is 11% lower than 2012's pace. 2013 is already $350 million behind 2012 and even with Iron Man 3 looming large, I don't see how 2013 is going to turn things around any time soon. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will 2013 Continue on Its Path to Oblivion?

It is no secret that 2013 has been a bad year at the box office so far. There's only one film debuting wide this week, Oblivion, which should benefit from the lack of competition this weekend. (Although we are already seeing plenty of hype for Iron Man 3, which could hurt this film's chance at the box office.) There are also several films opening in more than 100 theaters: Filly Brown, Home Run, and The Lords of Salem. There's a chance one of them will be a better than expected hit and reach the top ten; it's a slim chance, but a chance. Finally, The Place Beyond the Pines is expanding to an additional 1,000 theaters and should climb higher in the top ten. Last year, there were three wide releases led by Think Like a Man. That film was a bigger than expected hit, but hopefully Oblivion will have an even better start, but not everyone is positive it will. More...

Per Theater Chart: New Releases Strike Out

There were no films able to reach the $10,000 club on this week's per theater average. However, while this is disappointing, it is not uncommon for this time of year. The best film was 42, which not only opened in first place on the overall chart, but also earned first place on the per theater average chart with an average of $9,153. The best limited release of the week was Disconnect, which earned an average of $8,240 in 15 theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: 42 Hits a Solid Triple, Scary Movie 5 Suffers Beanball

42 earned an easy win at the box office, in part due to a better than expected performance, but also in part due to really weak competition. It did manage 16th place on the list of April openings and 20th best April weekend overall, which is worth celebrating. Scary Movie 5, on the other hand, struggled and only a low production budget will save it or the franchise. The overall box office was down 13% from last week to $117 million; however, that's 2% higher than the same weekend last year, so there's another reason to celebrate. Year-to-date, 2013 is still taking a beating and is off 2012's pace by 11% at $2.62 billion to $2.95 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: 42 Hits Home Run

Sports movies can be a risky proposition financially. While they potentially have a built-in audience among fans of the sport in question, they can also turn off people who don't much care for the sport. It takes a really compelling story to reach out to non-fans, and it seems as though the story of Jackie Robinson is compelling enough to draw in a broad audience for 42, which will open atop the box office chart this weekend with a projected $27.25 million, according to Warner Bros.' Sunday morning estimate. A 25% uptick on Saturday suggests good word of mouth for the film so far. Less good word of mouth is being earned by Scary Movie 5, which is projected to end in second place with $15.15 million. That's well behind previous outings for the franchise, which have clustered around the $40 million mark. More...

Weekend Predictions: Life, The Universe, and Everything

It's a two-way race for top spot at the box office this weekend with both Scary Movie 5 and 42. Just last week it looked like Scary Movie 5 would win, but as 42's box office prospects have risen, its have fallen. It is not a sure thing that 42 will win and it should be a close race, but it does have a slight edge. This weekend last year was led by... The Hunger Games ... for the fourth week in a row. It's the last time I have to say that. There were two other new releases that made an impact at the box office: The Three Stooges and The Cabin in the Woods. I think the new releases this year will be better than last year, but The Hunger Games will be the tie-breaker. More...

2013 Preview: April

March is over and while it is a little too soon to tell where a few films will end their box office runs, it is clear Oz The Great and Powerful won the month. Some films beat expectations to become midlevel hits, like The Call, but it wasn't a great month at the box office, especially compared to last year. This month, there are only seven wide releases spread over four weeks. Only one of those films, Oblivion, has a shot at being anything more than a midlevel hit. None of the other six releases look like they will come close to $100 million, but none of them look like obvious bombs either. (Although I do have my worries when it comes to Scary Movie 5.) Last April was even weaker with no film earning $100 million, although Think Like a Man did come relatively close. We might actually see growth on the year-over-year comparison. We'd better, because 2013 is behind 2012's pace by a huge margin at the moment and things will get worse when May arrives. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/04/12 1 $9,061,823   3,003 $3,018   $9,061,823 1
2013/04/13 1 $11,340,057 +25% 3,003 $3,776   $20,401,880 2
2013/04/14 1 $7,085,264 -38% 3,003 $2,359   $27,487,144 3
2013/04/15 1 $2,231,810 -69% 3,003 $743   $29,718,954 4
2013/04/16 1 $2,521,371 +13% 3,003 $840   $32,240,325 5
2013/04/17 1 $1,855,391 -26% 3,003 $618   $34,095,716 6
2013/04/18 1 $1,936,385 +4% 3,003 $645   $36,032,101 7
2013/04/19 2 $5,217,573 +169% 3,250 $1,605   $41,249,674 8
2013/04/20 2 $8,001,513 +53% 3,250 $2,462   $49,251,187 9
2013/04/21 2 $4,502,324 -44% 3,250 $1,385   $53,753,511 10
2013/04/22 2 $1,073,424 -76% 3,250 $330   $54,826,935 11
2013/04/23 2 $1,392,207 +30% 3,250 $428   $56,219,142 12
2013/04/24 2 $1,091,046 -22% 3,250 $336   $57,310,188 13
2013/04/25 2 $1,044,184 -4% 3,250 $321   $58,354,372 14
2013/04/26 3 $2,951,561 +183% 3,405 $867   $61,305,933 15
2013/04/27 3 $4,837,284 +64% 3,405 $1,421   $66,143,217 16
2013/04/28 3 $2,868,598 -41% 3,405 $842   $69,011,815 17
2013/04/29 3 $808,128 -72% 3,405 $237   $69,819,943 18
2013/04/30 4 $904,228 +12% 3,405 $266   $70,724,171 19
2013/05/01 3 $688,192 -24% 3,405 $202   $71,412,363 20
2013/05/02 3 $713,407 +4% 3,405 $210   $72,125,770 21
2013/05/03 3 $1,781,277 +150% 3,345 $533   $73,907,047 22
2013/05/04 3 $2,747,803 +54% 3,345 $821   $76,654,850 23
2013/05/05 3 $1,526,247 -44% 3,345 $456   $78,181,097 24
2013/05/06 4 $434,140 -72% 3,345 $130   $78,615,237 25
2013/05/07 4 $528,053 +22% 3,345 $158   $79,143,290 26
2013/05/08 4 $461,117 -13% 3,345 $138   $79,604,407 27
2013/05/09 4 $477,472 +4% 3,345 $143   $80,081,879 28
2013/05/10 5 $1,117,386 +134% 2,930 $381   $81,199,265 29
2013/05/11 4 $1,967,960 +76% 2,930 $672   $83,167,225 30
2013/05/12 5 $1,502,863 -24% 2,930 $513   $84,670,088 31
2013/05/13 5 $327,267 -78% 2,930 $112   $84,997,355 32
2013/05/14 5 $384,788 +18% 2,930 $131   $85,382,143 33
2013/05/15 5 $333,208 -13% 2,930 $114   $85,715,351 34
2013/05/16 5 $289,161 -13% 2,930 $99   $86,004,512 35
2013/05/17 5 $768,784 +166% 2,380 $323   $86,773,296 36
2013/05/18 6 $1,229,167 +60% 2,380 $516   $88,002,463 37
2013/05/19 6 $814,164 -34% 2,380 $342   $88,816,627 38
2013/05/20 7 $251,293 -69% 2,380 $106   $89,067,920 39
2013/05/21 5 $267,016 +6% 2,380 $112   $89,334,936 40
2013/05/22 5 $255,364 -4% 2,380 $107   $89,590,300 41
2013/05/23 7 $214,150 -16% 2,380 $90   $89,804,450 42
2013/05/24 8 $300,679 +40% 915 $329   $90,105,129 43
2013/05/25 8 $508,114 +69% 915 $555   $90,613,243 44
2013/05/26 8 $449,874 -11% 915 $492   $91,063,117 45
2013/05/27 8 $450,649 n/c 915 $493   $91,513,766 46
2013/05/28 8 $116,281 -74% 915 $127   $91,630,047 47
2013/05/29 8 $98,213 -16% 915 $107   $91,728,260 48
2013/05/30 8 $91,194 -7% 915 $100   $91,819,454 49
2013/05/31 - $142,354 +56% 501 $284   $91,961,808 50
2013/06/01 - $218,942 +54% 501 $437   $92,180,750 51
2013/06/02 - $150,935 -31% 501 $301   $92,331,685 52
2013/06/03 - $51,194 -66% 501 $102   $92,382,879 53
2013/06/04 - $58,186 +14% 501 $116   $92,441,065 54
2013/06/05 - $54,222 -7% 501 $108   $92,495,287 55
2013/06/06 - $65,492 +21% 501 $131   $92,560,779 56
2013/06/07 - $104,674 +60% 370 $283   $92,665,453 57
2013/06/08 - $159,939 +53% 370 $432   $92,825,392 58
2013/06/09 - $99,562 -38% 370 $269   $92,924,954 59
2013/06/10 - $48,343 -51% 370 $131   $92,973,297 60
2013/06/11 - $42,475 -12% 370 $115   $93,015,772 61
2013/06/12 - $40,174 -5% 370 $109   $93,055,946 62
2013/06/13 - $39,422 -2% 370 $107   $93,095,368 63
2013/06/14 - $192,641 +389% 370 $521   $93,288,009 64
2013/06/15 - $250,297 +30% 370 $676   $93,538,306 65
2013/06/16 - $163,183 -35% 370 $441   $93,701,489 66
2013/06/17 - $63,041 -61% 370 $170   $93,764,530 67
2013/06/18 - $69,142 +10% 370 $187   $93,833,672 68
2013/06/19 - $61,184 -12% 370 $165   $93,894,856 69
2013/06/20 - $51,450 -16% 370 $139   $93,946,306 70
2013/06/21 - $81,699 +59% 325 $251   $94,028,005 71
2013/06/22 - $101,523 +24% 325 $312   $94,129,528 72
2013/06/23 - $75,911 -25% 325 $234   $94,205,439 73
2013/06/24 - $39,189 -48% 325 $121   $94,244,628 74
2013/06/25 - $46,355 +18% 325 $143   $94,290,983 75
2013/06/26 - $43,237 -7% 325 $133   $94,334,220 76
2013/06/27 - $46,208 +7% 325 $142   $94,380,428 77
2013/06/28 - $55,363 +20% 252 $220   $94,435,791 78
2013/06/29 - $76,921 +39% 252 $305   $94,512,712 79
2013/06/30 - $53,046 -31% 252 $211   $94,565,758 80
2013/07/01 - $29,536 -44% 252 $117   $94,595,294 81
2013/07/02 - $33,380 +13% 252 $132   $94,628,674 82
2013/07/03 - $24,809 -26% 182 $136   $94,653,483 83
2013/07/04 - $38,176 +54% 182 $210   $94,691,659 84
2013/07/05 - $40,811 +7% 182 $224   $94,732,470 85
2013/07/06 - $47,899 +17% 182 $263   $94,780,369 86
2013/07/07 - $30,764 -36% 182 $169   $94,811,133 87
2013/07/08 - $11,966 -61% 182 $66   $94,823,099 88
2013/07/09 - $14,478 +21% 182 $80   $94,837,577 89
2013/07/10 - $14,454 n/c 182 $79   $94,852,031 90
2013/07/11 - $15,010 +4% 182 $82   $94,867,041 91
2013/07/12 - $18,475 +23% 105 $176   $94,885,516 92
2013/07/13 - $25,388 +37% 105 $242   $94,910,904 93
2013/07/14 - $16,946 -33% 105 $161   $94,927,850 94
2013/07/15 - $9,220 -46% 105 $88   $94,937,070 95
2013/07/16 - $10,248 +11% 105 $98   $94,947,318 96
2013/07/17 - $10,150 -1% 105 $97   $94,957,468 97
2013/07/18 - $10,559 +4% 105 $101   $94,968,027 98
2013/07/19 - $11,032 +4% 85 $130   $94,979,059 99
2013/07/20 - $13,042 +18% 85 $153   $94,992,101 100
2013/07/21 - $9,242 -29% 85 $109   $95,001,343 101
2013/07/22 - $4,607 -50% 85 $54   $95,005,950 102
2013/07/23 - $4,821 +5% 85 $57   $95,010,771 103
2013/07/24 - $4,331 -10% 85 $51   $95,015,102 104
2013/07/25 - $5,111 +18% 85 $60   $95,020,213 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/04/12 1 $27,487,144   3,003 $9,153   $27,487,144 3
2013/04/19 2 $17,721,410 -36% 3,250 $5,453   $53,753,511 10
2013/04/26 3 $10,657,443 -40% 3,405 $3,130   $69,011,815 17
2013/05/03 3 $6,055,327 -43% 3,345 $1,810   $78,181,097 24
2013/05/10 5 $4,588,209 -24% 2,930 $1,566   $84,670,088 31
2013/05/17 6 $2,812,115 -39% 2,380 $1,182   $88,816,627 38
2013/05/24 8 $1,258,667 -55% 915 $1,376   $91,063,117 45
2013/05/31 13 $512,231 -59% 501 $1,022   $92,331,685 52
2013/06/07 17 $364,175 -29% 370 $984   $92,924,954 59
2013/06/14 14 $606,121 +66% 370 $1,638   $93,701,489 66
2013/06/21 22 $259,133 -57% 325 $797   $94,205,439 73
2013/06/28 25 $185,330 -28% 252 $735   $94,565,758 80
2013/07/05 27 $119,474 -36% 182 $656   $94,811,133 87
2013/07/12 33 $60,809 -49% 105 $579   $94,927,850 94
2013/07/19 47 $33,316 -45% 85 $392   $95,001,343 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/21/20131489,208 489,208$6,442,869$6,442,8691
7/28/20131308,300-37% 797,508$4,621,417$11,064,2862
8/4/20132112,596-63% 910,104$1,581,974$12,646,2603
8/11/2013584,914-25% 995,018$848,291$13,494,5514
8/18/20136101,771+20% 1,096,789$1,016,692$14,511,2435
8/25/2013764,418-37% 1,161,207$861,913$15,373,1566
9/1/20131826,437-59% 1,187,644$396,291$15,769,4477
9/8/20133017,432-34% 1,205,076$261,131$16,030,5788
9/15/20132120,398+17% 1,225,474$294,343$16,324,9219
9/22/20133015,119-26% 1,240,593$159,203$16,484,12410
10/6/20132413,425 1,261,903$198,958$16,797,02112
10/27/20132714,839 1,300,107$156,255$17,303,17115
11/30/201410266,019 1,832,521$1,271,571$21,160,68072

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/21/20131218,428 218,428$4,672,175$4,672,1751
7/28/2013194,681-57% 313,109$2,325,365$6,997,5402
8/4/2013443,028-55% 356,137$950,498$7,948,0383
8/11/2013820,869-51% 377,007$423,441$8,371,4794
8/18/2013620,504-2% 397,510$512,397$8,883,8765
8/25/2013913,777-33% 411,287$341,263$9,225,1396
9/1/2013208,864-36% 420,152$221,517$9,446,6567
9/15/2013185,939 428,879$103,580$9,598,8779
12/1/201317179,977 621,632$3,819,118$13,689,09820

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