Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $41,797,066Details
International Box Office $87,087,428
Worldwide Box Office $128,884,494
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $29,788,814 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $29,788,814
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 RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
12% - Rotten
Audience
31% - Spilled

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 25th, 2007 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: April 15th, 2008 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for violence, gore and language
Franchise: AVP, Predator, Alien
Keywords: Franchise Crossover, Parasite, Alien Invasion
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Davis Entertainment

Cast

   Dallas Howard
Reiko Aylesworth    Kelly O'Brien
John Ortiz    Sheriff Morales
Johnny Lewis    Ricky
Ariel Gade    Molly
Shareeka Epps    Kendra

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Brian Tyler

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/25 3 $9,515,615   2,563 $3,713   $9,515,615 1
2007/12/26 4 $4,372,947 -54% 2,563 $1,706   $13,888,562 2
2007/12/27 5 $2,941,455 -33% 2,563 $1,148   $16,830,017 3
2007/12/28 5 $3,379,183 +15% 2,611 $1,294   $20,209,200 4
2007/12/29 6 $3,569,832 +6% 2,611 $1,367   $23,779,032 5
2007/12/30 6 $3,110,410 -13% 2,611 $1,191   $26,889,442 6
2007/12/31 11 $1,316,977 -58% 2,611 $504   $28,206,419 7
2008/01/01 9 $2,278,904 +73% 2,611 $873   $30,485,323 8
2008/01/02 9 $1,142,567 -50% 2,611 $438   $31,627,890 9
2008/01/03 10 $942,949 -17% 2,611 $361   $32,570,839 10
2008/01/04 11 $1,410,126 +50% 2,617 $539   $33,980,965 11
2008/01/05 11 $1,844,886 +31% 2,617 $705   $35,825,851 12
2008/01/06 11 $1,229,143 -33% 2,617 $470   $37,054,994 13
2008/01/07 9 $424,859 -65% 2,617 $162   $37,479,853 14
2008/01/08 10 $400,234 -6% 2,617 $153   $37,880,087 15
2008/01/09 10 $362,245 -9% 2,617 $138   $38,242,332 16
2008/01/10 10 $338,541 -7% 2,617 $129   $38,580,873 17
2008/01/11 - $423,855 +25% 1,378 $308   $39,004,728 18
2008/01/12 - $616,288 +45% 1,378 $447   $39,621,016 19
2008/01/13 - $762,913 +24% 1,378 $554   $40,383,929 20
2008/01/14 - $138,358 -82% 1,378 $100   $40,522,287 21
2008/01/15 - $131,087 -5% 1,378 $95   $40,653,374 22
2008/01/16 - $119,065 -9% 1,378 $86   $40,772,439 23
2008/01/17 - $119,520 n/c 1,378 $87   $40,891,959 24
2008/01/18 - $94,387 -21% 410 $230   $40,986,346 25
2008/01/19 - $137,113 +45% 410 $334   $41,123,459 26
2008/01/20 - $104,791 -24% 410 $256   $41,228,250 27
2008/01/21 30 $60,500 -42% 410 $148   $41,288,750 28
2008/01/22 - $26,525 -56% 410 $65   $41,315,275 29
2008/01/23 - $24,025 -9% 410 $59   $41,339,300 30
2008/01/24 - $24,504 +2% 410 $60   $41,363,804 31
2008/01/25 - $26,218 +7% 151 $174   $41,390,022 32
2008/01/26 - $40,380 +54% 151 $267   $41,430,402 33
2008/01/27 - $25,549 -37% 151 $169   $41,455,951 34
2008/01/28 - $7,779 -70% 151 $52   $41,463,730 35
2008/01/29 - $7,122 -8% 151 $47   $41,470,852 36
2008/01/30 - $6,975 -2% 151 $46   $41,477,827 37
2008/01/31 - $7,015 +1% 151 $46   $41,484,842 38
2008/02/01 - $23,053 +229% 165 $140   $41,507,895 39
2008/02/02 - $39,709 +72% 165 $241   $41,547,604 40
2008/02/03 - $16,484 -58% 165 $100   $41,564,088 41
2008/02/04 - $7,395 -55% 165 $45   $41,571,483 42
2008/02/05 - $7,849 +6% 165 $48   $41,579,332 43
2008/02/06 - $6,187 -21% 165 $37   $41,585,519 44
2008/02/07 - $7,409 +20% 165 $45   $41,592,928 45
2008/02/08 - $18,798 +154% 136 $138   $41,611,726 46
2008/02/09 - $33,192 +77% 136 $244   $41,644,918 47
2008/02/10 - $23,936 -28% 136 $176   $41,668,854 48
2008/02/11 - $6,846 -71% 136 $50   $41,675,700 49
2008/02/12 - $6,270 -8% 136 $46   $41,681,970 50
2008/02/13 - $5,456 -13% 136 $40   $41,687,426 51
2008/02/14 - $7,939 +46% 136 $58   $41,695,365 52
2008/02/15 - $8,518 +7% 76 $112   $41,703,883 53
2008/02/16 - $13,949 +64% 76 $184   $41,717,832 54
2008/02/17 - $12,602 -10% 76 $166   $41,730,434 55
2008/02/18 59 $5,815 -54% 76 $77   $41,736,249 56
2008/02/19 - $3,140 -46% 76 $41   $41,739,389 57
2008/02/20 - $3,163 +1% 76 $42   $41,742,552 58
2008/02/21 - $3,206 +1% 76 $42   $41,745,758 59
2008/02/22 - $4,568 +42% 40 $114   $41,750,326 60
2008/02/23 - $7,485 +64% 40 $187   $41,757,811 61
2008/02/24 - $5,677 -24% 40 $142   $41,763,488 62
2008/02/25 - $1,582 -72% 40 $40   $41,765,070 63
2008/02/26 - $1,441 -9% 40 $36   $41,766,511 64
2008/02/27 - $1,209 -16% 40 $30   $41,767,720 65
2008/02/28 - $1,561 +29% 40 $39   $41,769,281 66

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/28 6 $10,059,425   2,611 $3,853   $26,889,442 6
2008/01/04 11 $4,484,155 -55% 2,617 $1,713   $37,054,994 13
2008/01/11 19 $1,803,056 -60% 1,378 $1,308   $40,383,929 20
2008/01/18 28 $336,291 -81% 410 $820   $41,228,250 27
2008/01/25 41 $92,147 -73% 151 $610   $41,455,951 34
2008/02/01 43 $79,246 -14% 165 $480   $41,564,088 41
2008/02/08 47 $75,926 -4% 136 $558   $41,668,854 48
2008/02/15 59 $35,069 -54% 76 $461   $41,730,434 55
2008/02/22 71 $17,730 -49% 40 $443   $41,763,488 62
2008/02/29 79 $11,747 -34% 30 $392   $41,781,028 69
2008/03/07 89 $5,451 -54% 19 $287   $41,790,114 76
2008/03/14 108 $2,025 -63% 7 $289   $41,794,328 83
2008/03/21 107 $1,446 -29% 5 $289   $41,797,066 90

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/20/20082630,414 630,414$12,141,774$12,141,7741
4/27/20085294,905-53% 925,319$5,071,245$17,213,0192
5/4/20087122,328-59% 1,047,647$2,349,921$19,562,9403
5/11/20081381,649-33% 1,129,296$1,410,201$20,973,1414
5/18/20082053,920-34% 1,183,216$1,009,382$21,982,5235
5/25/20082640,369-25% 1,223,585$752,882$22,735,4056
6/1/20082734,175-15% 1,257,760$594,508$23,329,9137
6/8/20082932,376-5% 1,290,136$565,868$23,895,7818

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