Angels & Demons

Angels & Demons poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $133,375,846Details
International Box Office $357,500,000
Worldwide Box Office $490,875,846
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $35,983,796 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $14,849,421 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $50,833,217
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
37% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 15th, 2009 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: November 24th, 2009 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of violence, disturbing images and thematic material
Franchise: Da Vinci Code
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, Brian Grazer Productions, John Calley

DVD Rentals: New Releases are Angelic

Plenty of new releases reached the top 30 on this week's rental chart, including the three at the top. Angels & Demons was numbers one, beating out Four Christmases with roughly 50% more rentals. More...

DVD Sales - Black Friday Keep Retailers Bright

The Black Friday numbers are in and while there were a few new releases that placed in the top five on the sale chart this week, the number one release of the week was a holdover. That holdover was Up, which added 1.22 million units / $17.50 million in sales to its three week totals of 6.10 million / $101.39 million making it just the fourth release of the year to reach the $100 million mark on the DVD sales chart this year. More...

DVD Sales: Dark Knight and Up Share Black Friday Honors

Black Friday sales gave a decidedly retro look to the DVD sales chart for the week ending November 29. All major retailers were offering deeply discounted prices of catalog titles, including $4 deals at Target for Elf, Sex and the City and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, among others, and Best Buy offering Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and Forgetting Sarah Marshall at the same price. Walmart wasn't going to be outdone though, and offered some DVD titles, including Hellboy 2, Mummy 3, I am Legend and Casino Royale in limited quantities at just $2. The real champion of the bargain basement, however, was The Dark Knight, which was available for $5 at Walmart, and $4 at both Target and Best Buy. With low, low prices, the unit volumes for the week were astronomical, but overall spending was actually down from 2008 thanks to the price cuts. More...

DVD Releases for November 24th, 2009

It's the week before Black Friday, which is widely reported as the busiest shopping day of the year. (It's not. Christmas Eve is the busiest shopping day of the year; however, on Christmas Eve a lot of the purchases are last minute food items.) If a studio wants its product to be part of Black Friday, this is the last Tuesday they can release the DVD or Blu-ray. Because of this, I'm a little surprised the week isn't busier than it is. The biggest release of the week is Angels & Demons, while there are a couple of Christmas releases that are also selling well. However, none of those come close to being the DVD Pick of the Week. Arguably the best of the best is Funny People, which isn't the best movie coming out this week, but it is a good movie and its Blu-ray is absolutely loaded. More...

International Details - Harry Leaves Competition in the Cold

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs was pushed into second place by The Half-Blood Prince, but it became the biggest international hit of the year topping Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen. Over the weekend the film added $61.90 million on 11,089 screens in 102 markets for a total of $430.88 million internationally and $582.75 million Worldwide. It is possible that the film is already the biggest his in the franchise, but we won't know for sure till this weekend's numbers are released. More...

International Details - Transformers Involved in Change on Top

Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen fell to second place with $57.50 million on 9158 screens in 61 markets for a total of $301.64 million. This puts the film less than $100 million behind the original internationally, which is a lead that won't last long. The film's biggest market of the weekend was South Korea where it placed first adding $7.76 million on 1076 screens to its total of $27.81 million. It also was impressive in China adding $5.2 million on 1009 screens for a total of $41.6 million, while it remained in first place in Australia with $4.95 million on 456 screens over the weekend and $21.51 million after two, and in Italy with $1.39 million on 565 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.06 million, also after two. More...

International Details - Hanging Out with Hangover

The Hangover climbed into second place with $11.14 million on 2091 screens in 28 markets for a total of $47.81 million. This was actually 2% lower than last week's performance. Its only major market opening came from France where it placed second with $3.31 million on 251 screens, but that was for the full week. (This is still impressive.) In the U.K. it was down just 15% to $3.15 million on 425 screens over the weekend and $18.50 million after three. It is a couple of weeks away from overtaking Terminator Salvation in that market. Over in Australia it managed to dip just 30% to $1.80 million on 227 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.07 million. It will also top Terminator Salvation in this market, and could beat out Angels and Demons as well. Massive. On the other hand, I'm not sure the film will do as well in most non-English speaking markets, as comedy tends to be harder to translate into other cultures. More...

International Details - Terminating Another Milestone

Terminator Salvation fell to second place with $18.94 million on 9263 screens in 71 markets over the weekend, for a total of $200.84 million internationally and $320.57 million worldwide. The film has been troubled by sharp drop-offs internationally, and that was certainly the case this past weekend, as it was down 65% in Japan. Japan. It was down 65% in Japan, which is a market known for its strong holds. It still added $3.72 million on 697 screens over the weekend for a total of $19.70 million after two, but that's a sharper decline than anticipated. More...

International details - Hangover Shows Potential Overseas

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian remained in second place adding a solid $18.53 million on 8300 screens in 67 markets for a total of $175.90 million. The film opened in first place in Mexico, no surprise there, but with $3.34 million on 1150 screens its per screen average is not that impressive and being booked on more than 1000 screens, you think the studio was expecting a bit more. The film did hang on better than most in South Korea down just 50% to $2.13 million on 576 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.57 million after two. It also added $1.77 million on 506 screens in the U.K. for a total of $27.96 million, which is its best single market of its run so far. More...

International Details - Racing Towards Milestones

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian was pushed into second place in the international chart, but still added $27.88 million on 8350 screens in 66 markets while it lifted its international total to $149.55 million. The film opened in first place in South Korea with $4.33 million on 669 screens over the weekend and $4.75 million in total. It also remained in first place in China with $2.1 million on 818 screens over the weekend and $12.2 million in total, but that was a huge drop-off from last week. On the other hand, the film improved by 18% in the U.K. with $3.96 million on 509 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $25.31 million after three. That's better than the film's performance here, if you take into account the relative size of the two markets. The film opens in Mexico this weekend, and in Japan in August. It has likely reached $300 million worldwide already, and could make it all the way to $400 million before it is done. This is a drop-off from its predecessor, but the film is still well on its way to profitability and will get there before it reaches the lucrative home market. More...

International Top of the Chart - Night Rises

There was a tight race for top spot on the international chart with Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian overtaking Angels and Demons $38.26 million to $34.01 million. More...

Pixar Up, Box Office Down

It was a close call, but 2009 wasn't able to keep pace with 2008, despite Up's better than expected opening. Overall, the box office generated $166 million, which was 6.0% lower than last weekend and 1.4% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 still has an impressive 13.6% lead over 2008 at $4.11 billion to $3.61 billion, and even with weakness over the next few weeks, 2009 should maintain its lead for a while to come. More...

International Top of the Chart - Angels Shine in Back-to-Back Wins

For the first time this summer, we didn't have a new number one film on the international chart, as Angels and Demons repeated as champion. It was able to do this after earning $58.43 million on 11,013 screens in 74 markets for a total of $196.72 million. This is more than it will make during its entire domestic run, but it is nearly 40% lower than its predecessor had earned at this point in its run. This is similar to the franchise's decline domestically, but it is hard to call that good news. "It's not doing any worse internationally than it is doing domestically." That's slim praise indeed. More...

Can the Box Office Remain Up?

There are some people worrying that 2009's winning streak could be coming to an end. Not only was last weekend barely above 2008's pace, but this weekend could see an actual decline due to a number of factors. This includes a surprisingly strong film opening in first place last year, as well as weakness in one of the new releases from last week. Up should carry its weight, but it might not be enough. More...

Museum Terminates the Competition

Two new releases opened over Memorial Day long weekend, and while neither was able to compete with last year's champion, their combined total helped the box office grow. Over the three-day period, there were $176 million in ticket sales, which was 28% more than last weekend and 2.4% more than the same weekend last year. Over four days, the box office brought in $222 million, which was 1.2% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $3.90 billion, which is 14.4% higher than last year's pace of $3.41 billion. More...

Terminator Battles for Top Spot

For the first time this summer, we have two new releases battling for number one on the box office chart. This is causing quite a bit of debate over which film will take top spot; in fact, many think the two films will trade off first place over the weekend. Will this competition drive ticket sales enough for the market to keep pace with last year? Well, there's almost no chance any film this year will top Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the new films should do so collectively. And with better holdovers than this time last year, the overall box office could still show growth over the weekend. More...

It is Summertime on the Per Theater Chart

L'Heure D'Ete, which literally means Summer Time, reigned on top of the Per Theater Chart this weekend with an average of $24,742 in two theaters. It was also one of five films to reach $10,000, which is a sign that summer has truly begun. Second place went to The Brothers Bloom with an average of $22,600, and that is enough to suggest some potential to expand. Angels and Demons opened in first place overall and in third place on this chart with an average of $13,100. Not Forgotten was not far behind, earning an average of $11,192 in three theaters. Finally, Star Trek managed to remain in the $10,000 club for the second weekend in a row, which is very rare for a wide release these days, earning an sophomore average of $11,149. More...

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International Top of the Chart - Angels Fly High Internationally

Thanks to the Victoria Day holiday, we are working with studio estimates for a lot of the international numbers. However, we know more than enough details about the number one film. (I'm a little more concerned that the rest of the multi-million dollar films won't be known by Sunday.) That number one film was Angels and Demons, which is really living up to the comparisons to Prince Caspian. Domestically the film struggled to match the low end of lowered expectations domestically, but internationally the film shined. It had the biggest weekend of the year with $104.3 million on 10,468 screens in 96 markets, and it reportedly opening in first place in all of them. This was significantly lower than the $152.45 million The Da Vinci Code opened with in 2006, on the other hand. This movie will still make a profit, will still easily make a profit, and the studio will be looking to turn the franchise into a trilogy. However, I don't think it will go beyond that. More...

Weekend Box Office Ends Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

There were mixed results at the weekend box office as Angels and Demons missed the low end of most analysts' expectations, which led to an 8% decline in box office numbers from last weekend. However, at $137 million, it was up 4.2% from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has brought in $3.62 billion compared to last year's pace of $3.13 billion, which is an increase of close to 16%. More...

Weekend Estimates: Angels and Demons Makes Modest Start

After a string of box office hits in recent weeks, Angels & Demons made a more modest debut over the weekend, according to studio estimates. The sequel to The Da Vinci Code opened with an estimated $48 million, almost $30 million less than its predecessor, and fell short of most predictions. While international numbers and home market sales will most likely make the movie modestly profitable in the long run, the early signs are that it might be the end of the fledgling franchise. Curiously, this weekend last year saw a similar performance from Prince Caspian, which put a temporary hold on the Narnia franchise. (Next year's release this weekend is currently Shrek Goes Fourth, by the way.) More...

Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of May 15th, 2009

Slow week in terms of movies with just four on this week's list, and only one of them is even worthy of consideration for the Weekly Website Award. That site was Angels and Demons - Official Site, which has more than enough to win. More...

Summer Looks to Continue its Angelic Run

Summer looks to go three for three with the release of Angels and Demons. On the one hand, so far 2009 has been amazing at the box office with almost no movie really faltering. On the other hand, the original did not impress critics and that could hurt this film's run. That said, this time last year was a little weaker than expected as Prince Caspian stumbled out of the gate. More...

Contest - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Another week, another potential monster hit. This time it is Angels & Demons, and to celebrate, it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Angels & Demons. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button on DVD and Inside the Third Reich on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button on DVD, as well as America Betrayed on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2009 Preview: May

Last May was strong with two films that cracked $300 million at the box office. This May we might not have any movies reach that milestone. Then again, there are six films that have a shot to reach $200 million. I'm not saying all of them will get there, but I would be surprised if at least two of them don't get there, while all six should reach at least $100 million, which is two more than the same month last year. There are also a few midlevel hits in the waiting, as a few limited releases of note. This latter category includes The Brothers Bloom, Departures, and Pontypool. More...

Cast Updates - July 10, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Angels & Demons, Extract, The Rocker, and more! More...

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New Movie US Release Dates - November 18, 2007

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Cast

Tom Hanks    Robert Langdon
Ewan McGregor    Camerlengo
Ayelet Zurer    Vittoria Vetra
Stellan Skarsgård    Commander Richter
Pierfrancesco Favino    Inspector Olivetti
Nikolaj Lie Kaas    Assassin
Armin Mueller-Stahl    Cardinal Strauss
Thure Lindhardt    Chartand
David Pasquesi    Claudio Vincenzi
Cosimo Fusco    Father Simeon
Victor Alfieri    Lt. Valenti
Franklin Amobi    Cardinal Lamasse
Curt Lowens    Cardinal Ebner
Bob Yerkes    Cardinal Guidera
Marco Fiorini    Cardinal Baggia
Carmen Argenziano    Silvano Bentivoglio
Howard Mungo    Cardinal Yoruba
Rance Howard    Cardinal Beck
Steve Franken    Cardinal Colbert
Gino Conforti    Cardinal Pugini
Elya Baskin    Cardinal Petrov
Richard Rosetti    Conclave Cardinal
Silvano Marchetto    Conclave Cardinal
Thomas Morris    Urs Weber
Jonas Fisch    Adrian Bachman
August Fredrik    Swiss Guardsman
Ben Bela Boehm    Swiss Guardsman
Paul Schmidt    Swiss Guardsman
Jeff Boehm    Swiss Guard Blue
Xavier J. Nathan    Philippe
Steve Kehela    American Reporter
Ursula Brooks    British Reporter
Rashmi -    British Reporter
Yan Cui    Chinese Reporter
Fritz Michel    French Reporter
Maria Cristina Heller    Italian Reporter
Pascual Petardi    Italian Reporter
Yesenia Adame    Mexican Reporter
Kristof Konrad    Polish Reporter
Masasa Moyo    South African Reporter
Ed F. Martin    South American Reporter
Cheryl Howard    CERN Scientist
Endre Hules    CERN Scientist)
Norbert Weisser    CERN Scientist
Shelby Zemanek    Little Girl in Square
Vanna Salviati    Protester
Raffaele DiBlasio    Protester
Todd Schneider    Carabinieri
Roberto Donati    Carabinieri
Rocco Passafaro    Carabinieri
Emanuele Secci    Carabinieri
Anna Katarina    Docen
James Ritz    Tourist
Felipe Torres    Tourist

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ron Howard
Screenwriter    David Koepp
Screenwriter    Akiva Goldsman
Story Creator    Dan Brown
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Ron Howard
Producer    John Calley
Executive Producer    Todd Hallowell
Executive Producer    Dan Brown
Executive Producer (Italy Crew)    Marco Valerio Pugini
Cinematographer    Salvatore Totino
Production Designer    Allan Cameron
Editor    Dan Hanley
Editor    Mike Hill
Visual Effects Supervisor    Angus Bickerton
Costume Designer    Daniel Orlandi
Associate Producer    Kathleen McGill
Associate Producer    Louisa Velis
Associate Producer    William M. Connor
Associate Producer    Anna Culp
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Line Producer (Italy Crew)    Ute Leonhardt
Assistant Director    William M. Connor
Assistant Director (Italy)    Inti Carboni
Second Unit Director    Todd Hallowell
Unit Production Manager    Kathlee McGill
Unit Production Manager (Italy Crew)    Fabio Massimo Dell-Orco
Unit Production Manager (UK Crew)    Chris Thomson
Production Manager (Italy Crew)    Luca Fortunato Asquini
Production Manager (Italy Crew)    Beppe Serra
Production Supervisor    Michelle Brattson
Supervising Art Director    Giles Masters
Art Director    Keith P. Cunningham
Art Director    Dawn Swiderski
Art Director    Luke Freeborn
Art Director (Italy)    Cinzia Lo Fazio
Art Director (Italy)    Roberto Caruso
Art Director (UK)    Peter Russell
Art Director (UK)    Alex Cameron
Second Unit Photography    Josh Bleibtreu
Costume Supervisor    Helen Monaghan
Costume Supervisor (Italy Crew)    Augusto Grassi
Additional Editor    Robert Komatsu
Sound Mixer    Peter J. Devlin
Sound Mixer (Italy Crew)    Mervyn Moore
Supervising Sound Mixer    Tom Fleischman
Supervising Sound Mixer    Greg P. Russell
Supervising Sound Editor    Chic Ciccolini
Sound Effects Editor    Rickley W. Dumm
Sound Effects Editor    Ryan McBride
Sound Designer    Daniel Pagan
Dialogue Editor    Teri E. Dorman
Dialogue Editor    Erin Oakley
Dialogue Editor    Jim Matheny
Music Editor    Daniel Pinder
Makeup (Department Head)    John Blake
Key Makeup    Kim Ayers
Key Makeup    Douglas Noe
Key Makeup    Joel Harlow
Makeup    Nicole Sortillon
Hairstylist (Department Head)    Linda Flowers
Key Hairstylist    Mitch Stone
Key Hairstylist    Gloria P. Casny
Key Hairstylist (Italy Crew)    Gary J. Perticone
Hairstylist (Italy Crew)    Theraesa Rivers
Hairstylist (Italy Crew)    Giorgio Gregorini
Prosthetic Makeup Artist    David L Anderson
Prosthetic Makeup Artist    Tony Gardner
Prosthetic Makeup Artist    Kazuhiro Tsuji
Additional Music    Lorne Balfe
Additional Music    Atli Orvasson
Casting Director    Jane Jenkins
Casting Director    Janet Hirshenson
Casting Director    Michelle Lewitt
Casting Director    Beatrice Kruger
Casting Director    Debbie McWilliams
Stunt Coordinator    Brad Martin
Stunt Coordinator (Italy Crew)    Franco Maria Salamon

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/05/15 1 $16,471,357   3,527 $4,670   $16,471,357 1
2009/05/16 2 $17,626,468 +7% 3,527 $4,998   $34,097,825 2
2009/05/17 2 $12,106,343 -31% 3,527 $3,432   $46,204,168 3
2009/05/18 1 $4,737,211 -61% 3,527 $1,343   $50,941,379 4
2009/05/19 1 $3,603,421 -24% 3,527 $1,022   $54,544,800 5
2009/05/20 2 $2,947,014 -18% 3,527 $836   $57,491,814 6
2009/05/21 3 $2,618,812 -11% 3,527 $743   $60,110,626 7
2009/05/22 3 $5,989,506 +129% 3,527 $1,698   $66,100,132 8
2009/05/23 4 $8,018,459 +34% 3,527 $2,273   $74,118,591 9
2009/05/24 4 $7,713,938 -4% 3,527 $2,187   $81,832,529 10
2009/05/25 4 $5,692,089 -26% 3,527 $1,614   $87,524,618 11
2009/05/26 3 $2,173,188 -62% 3,527 $616   $89,697,806 12
2009/05/27 3 $1,943,357 -11% 3,527 $551   $91,641,163 13
2009/05/28 3 $1,918,936 -1% 3,527 $544   $93,560,099 14
2009/05/29 6 $3,393,677 +77% 3,464 $980   $96,953,776 15
2009/05/30 6 $4,765,081 +40% 3,464 $1,376   $101,718,857 16
2009/05/31 6 $3,194,582 -33% 3,464 $922   $104,913,439 17
2009/06/01 6 $1,153,107 -64% 3,464 $333   $106,066,546 18
2009/06/02 6 $1,287,436 +12% 3,464 $372   $107,353,982 19
2009/06/03 6 $1,201,716 -7% 3,464 $347   $108,555,698 20
2009/06/04 6 $1,068,951 -11% 3,464 $309   $109,624,649 21
2009/06/05 8 $1,995,018 +87% 2,925 $682   $111,619,667 22
2009/06/06 8 $2,762,941 +38% 2,925 $945   $114,382,608 23
2009/06/07 7 $1,792,323 -35% 2,925 $613   $116,174,931 24
2009/06/08 8 $703,698 -61% 2,925 $241   $116,878,629 25
2009/06/09 7 $782,159 +11% 2,925 $267   $117,660,788 26
2009/06/10 8 $713,351 -9% 2,925 $244   $118,374,139 27
2009/06/11 8 $726,065 +2% 2,925 $248   $119,100,204 28
2009/06/12 10 $1,201,223 +65% 2,436 $493   $120,301,427 29
2009/06/13 9 $1,794,521 +49% 2,436 $737   $122,095,948 30
2009/06/14 9 $1,115,713 -38% 2,436 $458   $123,211,661 31
2009/06/15 10 $496,878 -55% 2,436 $204   $123,708,539 32
2009/06/16 9 $557,665 +12% 2,436 $229   $124,266,204 33
2009/06/17 9 $521,472 -6% 2,436 $214   $124,787,676 34
2009/06/18 9 $550,946 +6% 2,436 $226   $125,338,622 35
2009/06/19 11 $736,635 +34% 1,888 $390   $126,075,257 36
2009/06/20 11 $1,140,697 +55% 1,888 $604   $127,215,954 37
2009/06/21 11 $942,864 -17% 1,888 $499   $128,158,818 38
2009/06/22 11 $320,913 -66% 1,888 $170   $128,479,731 39
2009/06/23 11 $323,764 +1% 1,888 $171   $128,803,495 40
2009/06/24 12 $191,215 -41% 1,888 $101   $128,994,710 41
2009/06/25 11 $190,503 n/c 1,251 $152   $129,185,213 42
2009/06/26 14 $300,024 +57% 906 $331   $129,485,237 43
2009/06/27 12 $459,199 +53% 906 $507   $129,944,436 44
2009/06/28 12 $332,730 -28% 906 $367   $130,277,166 45
2009/06/29 12 $162,082 -51% 906 $179   $130,439,248 46
2009/06/30 12 $185,810 +15% 906 $205   $130,625,058 47
2009/07/01 14 $100,094 -46% 906 $110   $130,725,152 48
2009/07/02 13 $106,874 +7% 906 $118   $130,832,026 49
2009/07/03 13 $185,622 +74% 370 $502   $131,017,648 50
2009/07/04 13 $165,007 -11% 370 $446   $131,182,655 51
2009/07/05 13 $141,718 -14% 370 $383   $131,324,373 52

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/05/15 1 $46,204,168   3,527 $13,100   $46,204,168 3
2009/05/22 4 $21,721,903 -53% 3,527 $6,159   $81,832,529 10
2009/05/29 6 $11,353,340 -48% 3,464 $3,278   $104,913,439 17
2009/06/05 8 $6,550,282 -42% 2,925 $2,239   $116,174,931 24
2009/06/12 9 $4,111,457 -37% 2,436 $1,688   $123,211,661 31
2009/06/19 11 $2,820,196 -31% 1,888 $1,494   $128,158,818 38
2009/06/26 12 $1,091,953 -61% 906 $1,205   $130,277,166 45
2009/07/03 15 $492,347 -55% 370 $1,331   $131,324,373 52
2009/07/10 21 $338,922 -31% 282 $1,202   $131,910,770 59
2009/07/17 20 $413,476 +22% 396 $1,044   $132,460,823 66
2009/07/24 22 $292,286 -29% 327 $894   $133,015,117 73
2009/07/31 30 $184,087 -37% 247 $745   $133,375,846 80

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/29/20094826,649 826,649$12,383,202$12,383,2021
12/6/20096353,483-57% 1,180,132$5,874,110$18,257,3122
12/13/200912213,767-40% 1,393,899$3,990,773$22,248,0853
12/20/200914175,193-18% 1,569,092$3,592,455$25,840,5404
12/27/200919158,432-10% 1,727,524$2,873,228$28,713,7685
1/3/20102152,293-67% 1,779,817$862,139$29,575,9076
1/10/20102943,657-17% 1,823,474$764,211$30,340,1187

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/29/20092389,533 389,533$7,397,236$7,397,2361
12/6/2009592,101-76% 481,634$1,748,994$9,146,2302
12/13/2009986,725-6% 568,359$1,702,409$10,848,6393
12/20/20091343,227-50% 611,586$864,108$11,712,7474
12/27/20091750,688+17% 662,273$1,013,244$12,725,9915
1/3/20101722,480-56% 684,753$449,368$13,175,3596

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