Atonement

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $50,980,159Details
International Box Office $79,220,131
Worldwide Box Office $130,200,290
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $18,387,228 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $18,387,228
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
83% - Certified Fresh
Audience
80% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 7th, 2007 (Limited) by Focus Features
December 14th, 2007 (Expands Wide) by Focus Features
Video Release: March 18th, 2008 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for disturbing war images, language and some sexuality
Keywords: Coming of Age
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Relativity Media, Working Title Films

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for August 28th, 2012

We are clearly in TV on DVD season on the home market as there are five TV on DVD releases among the top six selling releases, with Battleship being the only first run release to break up the TV on DVD dominance. There are many such releases that are contenders for Pick of the Week: Boardwalk Empire: Season Two on Blu-ray, Homeland: Season One on Blu-ray, Once Upon a Time: Season One on Blu-ray, and The Walking Dead: Season Two on Blu-ray. However, in the end I went with The Pirates! Band of Misfits on 3D Combo Pack as the Pick of the Week. Meanwhile, Monsieur Lazhar on DVD or Blu-ray earns a rarely awarded Puck of the Week. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 26th, 2010

It's a soft week at the top, as the biggest release of the week is Michael Jackson's This Is It. There are a few other wide releases hitting the home market as well, but all the rest were box office disappointments of varying degrees. This Is It is a good movie and the DVD / Blu-ray are worth picking up, but they are not Pick of the Week material. For that we have to look to a smaller Canadian film, Pontypool, which earned excellent reviews while the DVD gets a rarely-awarded Puck of the Week. More...

DVD Rentals - Legend for Hire

Half a dozen new releases charted this week, including I Am Legend, which generated $10.99 million in rentals. More...

DVD Sales - Enchanted has Legendary Opening

New releases had an impressive one-two punch on the DVD sales chart with I Am Legend leading the way over second place Enchanted by 3.56 million to 2.82 million in terms of units and $66.39 million to $44.69 million in terms of dollars. They are not only the top two for the week, they are the top two openings of 2008 so far, and catapult both movies into the top four for the year to date. More...

DVD Releases for March 18, 2008

The movie business is cyclical with peaks (summer season and the winter holidays), as well as lulls (September and January). This translates into the peaks and lulls in the home market as well, just three to four months later. We are finally coming out of the latest home market quiet period and the biggest hit of the Christmas Holidays is hitting the home market. However it is not the DVD Pick of the Week. That honor goes to Enchanted, which is worth picking up on DVD but is a must-have on Blu-ray. More...

International Details - Juno Heads North

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

Awards Season - No Country but Plenty of Oscars for Old Men

The Oscars have all been awarded and No Country for Old Men was the big winner at the Oscars, taking home four major awards. (It was shut out of the technical nominations.) The second biggest winner of the night was The Bourne Ultimatum with three awards, all technical. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Best Director and Best Picture

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Director and Best Picture. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Supporting Acting Roles

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role and Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role. More...

International Details - Juno Jumps Up the Charts

Thanks to an opening in the U.K., Juno shoot up the charts nearly reaching the top five with $8.28 million on 1111 screens in 15 markets for a still early total $17.15 million. In the U.K. the film placed second with $3.91 million on 363 screens, but had the best per screen average in the top 10 there. It also opened in France scoring sixth place with $1.22 million on 149 screens, which gave it the second best per screen average in the top ten there. Meanwhile in Spain the film grew by 5% to $1.03 million on 170 screens over the weekend and a total of $2.34 million after two. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Original Screenplay and Adapted Screenplay

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we will look at Best Writing - Original Screenplay and Best Writing - Adapted Screenplay. More...

International Details - Still Treasured

National Treasure: The Book of Secrets slipped out of the top five, again, earning $6.94 million on 2702 screens in 34 markets for a total of $169.62 million. This includes a first place finish in Germany with $3.42 million on 641 screens for a total of $10.03 million after two there. The film opens in the U.K. this weekend and should have little trouble reaching $200 million before long. More...

3D Does it on Per Theater Chart

Only two films topped $10,000 on the Per Theater Chart, and both of them were 3D concert releases. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour led the way with a record-setting average of $45,561, which is the most earned by any film playing in more than 100 theaters. U2 3D also topped $10,000 with $11,720, which was down just over 25% and that bodes well for its expansion next week. More...

International Details - That\'s Amore!

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

4 + 3 + 2 = Number One on Per Theater Chart

4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days may have been snubbed by Oscar, but moviegoers felt differently as it earned more than $50,000 in 2 theaters for an average of $25,856 over the weekend. U2 3D earned a million dollars during its opening, more or less. Less over the weekend, but more since Wednesday. This helped it into second place on the per theater chart with an average of $15,808 in 61 theaters. The final film to top $10,000 was L'Annee Derniere a Marienbad in its second weekend of re-release earning $13,719 in one theater. More...

International Details - International Treasure

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

Derniere dans Premier au Per Theater Charts

The re-release of L'Annee Derniere a Marienbad opened in first place on the per theater chart with $15,496 in its lone theater. Still Life was close behind with $12,744, also in one theater. The overall box office leader, Cloverfield, was the only other film to top $10,000 on the per theater chart with an average of $11,744 over the three-day portion of the weekend. More...

Awards Season - No Shortage of Love for Country or Blood

The Oscar nominations were announced today and there is no shortage of contenders. In fact, with no real juggernaut to deal with, the competition is more up in the air that most years. More...

International Details - Some Enchanted Weekend

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

Expansion Doesn\'t Hurt Blood

There Will Be Blood again won the race to top the per theater average chart with an average of $14,421, despite expanding from 51 to 129 theaters. The only other release to top $10,000 was Persepolis, which saw its average decline a mere 5.5% to $10,374 despite more than doubling its theater count. More...

Awards Season - No Ceremony but Plenty of Winners

The WGA strike meant the Golden Globes ceremony was cancelled last night and the winners were instead announced during a half-hour press conference. For people who think the awards have become bloated, this was welcome news. More...

International Details - Bee Strong Overseas

Bee Movie slipped to sixth place this weekend with $14.34 million on 4820 screens in 49 markets for a total of $131.97 million. This includes a first place opening in South Korea where it earned $1.96 million on 334 screens over the weekend and $2.30 million in total, but this is not a particularly strong start. More...

Drop in the Bucket

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

Million Dollar Expansion for Blood

There Will Be Blood expanded into 50 or so theaters over the weekend but was still able to come out on top of the per theater charts with an average of $25,905. Second place went to The Bucket List, which was down less than 3% to $20,424 and is poised to do very well in its wide expansion this weekend. Persepolis was the only other film to top $10,000 as it earned an average of $10,981 in 7 theaters. More...

International Details - Requiem has Strong Start

Alien vs. Predator: Requiem opened in sixth place internationally with $16.43 million on 1877 screens in 20 markets. The film opened in second place in Germany with an impressive $4.64 million on 553 screens, while it debuted in fourth place in Australia with $1.86 million on just 182 screens over the weekend and $2.95 million since Boxing Day. More...

Bloody Win on Per Theater Chart

There Will Be Blood scored the best opening in limited release this year with an amazing $190,000 in 2 theaters for an average of $95,370, and that's for a Wednesday release. The Bucket List opened with an average of $20,990 in 16 theaters. Two imports earned nearly identical averages with Persepolis topping The Orphanage $12,689 to $12,280. While There Will Be Blood earned the best per theater average of the year, I was more impressed with Juno and Atonement, both of which topped $10,000 despite being in theaters for weeks now and undergoing massive expansions during that time. Juno earned over $10 million in less than 1000 theaters for an average of $10,436 while Atonement earned an average of $10,074 in just over 300 theaters thanks to a holiday boost. More...

Cast Updates - December 20, 2007

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Four Christmases, My Sister's Keeper, Quarantined, and more! More...

Juno has Legendary Start on Per Theater Chart

Despite expanding from 7 theaters to 40, Juno remained in first place on the per theater chart with an average of $35,686. The number one overall film, I Am Legend, had to settle for second place with a still very impressive $21,412. Another holdover, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, remained nearly flat, earning an average of $18,855 in three theaters, but it better expand soon before it's too late. Atonement earned nearly $2 million over the weekend in just 117 theaters for an average of $15,443. Despite weaker than expected reviews, The Kite Runner opened with nearly $500,000 in 35 for an average of $13,478. The final film in the $10,000 club was the second wide release to reach that mark this weekend; Alvin and the Chipmunks opened with an average of $12,750 in nearly 3,500 theaters over the weekend. More...

Award Season - Globes Spread the Love Around

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their Golden Globe nominations this week, but there were no truly dominate films out of the 14 theatrical categories. More...

Quartet of Oscar Contenders top the Per Theater Chart

While many obvious Oscar bait films have failed to connect with critics or moviegoers this fall, Juno came practically out of nowhere to become a top contender. Not only has it earned 92% positive reviews, it also earned an average of $59,124 over the weekend in 7 theaters. And, since Wednesday, amassed an impressive $81,887. Atonement also did well enough to give it a serious shot at picking up some hardware with almost $800,000 in 32 theaters for an average of $24,901. Last week's duo of debuts held well with The Diving Bell and the Butterfly earning an average of $19,200 in 3 theaters during its second weekend of release. Meanwhile, The Savages expanded from 4 to 9 theaters while earning an average of $15,828. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of December 7, 2007

Another slow week for websites with more movies lacking real official sites than having sites that are award contenders. The best site in terms of style is His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass - Official Site while the best in terms of content is Juno - Official Site. If you combined those two, you would have a great site. Combining the two movie might produce different results. More...

Another Week, Another Oscar Showdown

It's a great time of year for fans of limited releases as it feels like every week there's a least a couple award-worthy films coming out. This week the one-two punch comes from Atonement and Juno. There are also a few other films that are worthy of attention, but sadly there are a lot of misses on this week's list as well. More...

2007 Preview: December

It's been a while since we went into the final month of the year on such a down note. Since mid-September the box office has been down on a year-to-year comparison every weekend but two. There is some good news, including a competitive Oscar race and a strong group of films aiming for box office glory. While there are no films that appear to be heading for the monster hits territory, there are also no films that look like outright bombs. (Although a couple would be there if it weren't for the holidays.) Every week at least one Oscar contender and one box office giant are being released. This means that every weekend there is at least one film that should hit $100 million, or more. If five or more can reach that milestone, 2007 will set the record for most $100 million films in a year. More...

International Details - Stardust still Ascending

Stardust fell out of the top five, but still added $5.80 million on 2327 screens in 48 markets lifting its running tally to $83.50 million. Its best market remained the U.K. where it climbed a spot to second place with $2.66 million on 459 screens for a total of $23.59 million. The film has no major openings left, but $100 million internationally is still within reach. More...

International Details - Heartbreak for the Kid

The Heartbreak Kid missed the top five by less than $20,000 over the weekend earning $5.74 million on 819 screens in 4 markets during its opening weekend on the international charts. This includes openings in to major markets including the U.K. where it opened in first place with $2.52 million on 409 screens, but this was still a disappointing debut, much like it was domestically. Conversely, the film opened in second place in Russia with $2.31 million on 360 screens, but this is a much better performance compared to the overall box office size of the marketplace. More...

International Details - Winning by a Hair

Hairspray managed to climb into sixth place by the narrowest of margins earning $4.59 million on 2073 screens in 37 markets for a running tally of $54.35 million. This includes a third place, $1.36 million opening on 302 screens in Italy, which is close to its opening domestically, when you take into account the relative size of the two markets. On the other hand, many muscials prove to be difficult to market internationally and it was never likely that this film would match its domestic run. However, it has already made enough to be considered a financial success. More...

International Details - Ratatouille Serves Up an International Dish

Ratatouille opening in first place in South Africa this weekend earning $298,000 on 40 screens, which is very close to what The Simpsons Movie made in its opening there a few weeks ago. Its best market of the weekend remains France where it was down a mere 4% to $1.67 million on 655 screens over the weekend for a total of $58.63 million. At this pace, the film will reach $60 million by this time next week while topping Finding Nemo's total of nearly $65 million is increasingly in reach. Overall Ratatouille added $4.66 million on 2535 screens in 27 markets for a total of $216.42 million, which is more than Cars managed, and this film still has openings in Germany, U.K., Italy, and Scandinavia. More...

International Details - Rush Hour Just Misses Going Five by Five

Rush Hour 3 missed spending its fifth week in fifth place by less than $4000 at $5.69 million on 2443 screens in 31 markets for a total of $69.71 million. This weekend the film opened in first place in Russia with $2.28 million on 385 screens while it had to settle for second place in Denmark with $485,000 on 41 screens over the weekend and $517,000 in total. More...

International Details - Chuck and Larry Hold of Late Charge by Die Hard

I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry soared into sixth place with $4.72 million on 1521 screens in 21 markets for a total of $14.61 million internationally. The film finally hit big in a non-English speaking market earning first place with $1.27 million on 364 screens in Russia, but was soft in its debuts in South Korea and Italy. In Italy it managed $683,000 on 198 screens, but that was a tiny fraction of the first place film, while in South Korea it managed just ninth place with $275,000 on 123 screens over the weekend and $312,000 in total. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - April 1, 2007

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for The Nanny Diaries, Sweeney Todd, The Happening and more. More...

Cast

Keira Knightley    Cecilia Tallis
James McAvoy    Robbie Turner
Romola Garai    Briony at 18
Brenda Blethyn    Grace Turner
Vanessa Redgrave    Older Briony
Saoirse Ronan    Briony at 13
Patrick Kennedy    Leon Tallis
Benedict Cumberbatch    Paul Marshall
Juno Temple    Lola
Peter Wight    Police Inspector
Harriet Walter    Emily Tallis
Michelle Duncan    Fiona MacGuire
Gina McKee    Nurse Drummond
Daniel Mays    Tommy Nettle
Nonso Anozie    Frank Mace
Felix von Simson    Pierrot

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Christopher Hampton
Composer    Dario Marianelli
Director    Joe Wright

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/07 - $243,000   32 $7,594   $243,000 1
2007/12/14 10 $520,998   117 $4,453   $1,632,290 8
2007/12/15 9 $765,006 +47% 117 $6,539   $2,397,296 9
2007/12/16 9 $520,858 -32% 117 $4,452   $2,918,154 10
2007/12/17 7 $218,030 -58% 117 $1,864   $3,136,184 11
2007/12/18 7 $224,264 +3% 117 $1,917   $3,360,448 12
2007/12/19 7 $225,974 +1% 117 $1,931   $3,586,422 13
2007/12/20 10 $225,953 n/c 117 $1,931   $3,812,375 14
2008/01/01 - $962,349   310 $3,104   $13,001,062 26
2008/01/04 10 $1,505,322   583 $2,582   $15,596,352 29
2008/01/05 10 $2,155,489 +43% 583 $3,697   $17,751,841 30
2008/01/06 10 $1,403,766 -35% 583 $2,408   $19,155,607 31
2008/01/07 10 $409,620 -71% 583 $703   $19,565,227 32
2008/01/08 9 $453,564 +11% 583 $778   $20,018,791 33
2008/01/09 8 $456,744 +1% 583 $783   $20,475,535 34
2008/01/10 9 $440,758 -3% 583 $756   $20,908,790 35
2008/01/11 10 $1,275,262 +189% 950 $1,342   $22,184,052 36
2008/01/12 11 $1,838,699 +44% 950 $1,935   $24,022,751 37
2008/01/13 10 $1,107,905 -40% 950 $1,166   $25,130,656 38
2008/01/14 6 $474,225 -57% 950 $499   $25,604,881 39
2008/01/15 6 $502,316 +6% 950 $529   $26,107,197 40
2008/01/16 6 $511,407 +2% 950 $538   $26,618,604 41
2008/01/17 6 $506,202 -1% 950 $533   $27,124,806 42
2008/01/18 10 $1,270,341 +151% 1,291 $984   $28,395,147 43
2008/01/19 10 $2,037,972 +60% 1,291 $1,579   $30,433,119 44
2008/01/20 10 $1,288,531 -37% 1,291 $998   $31,721,650 45
2008/01/21 12 $931,533 -28% 1,291 $722   $32,653,183 46
2008/01/22 7 $423,638 -55% 1,291 $328   $33,076,821 47
2008/01/23 6 $428,915 +1% 1,291 $332   $33,505,736 48
2008/01/24 6 $436,903 +2% 1,291 $338   $33,942,639 49
2008/01/25 12 $1,035,138 +137% 1,400 $739   $34,977,777 50
2008/01/26 13 $1,789,310 +73% 1,400 $1,278   $36,767,087 51
2008/01/27 12 $1,093,712 -39% 1,400 $781   $37,860,799 52
2008/01/28 11 $297,772 -73% 1,400 $213   $38,158,571 53
2008/01/29 10 $339,249 +14% 1,400 $242   $38,497,820 54
2008/01/30 9 $341,233 +1% 1,400 $244   $38,839,053 55
2008/01/31 9 $344,287 +1% 1,400 $246   $39,183,340 56
2008/02/01 14 $834,836 +142% 1,367 $611   $40,018,176 57
2008/02/02 13 $1,534,324 +84% 1,367 $1,122   $41,552,500 58
2008/02/03 13 $570,646 -63% 1,367 $417   $42,123,146 59
2008/02/04 13 $249,217 -56% 1,367 $182   $42,372,363 60
2008/02/05 13 $254,232 +2% 1,367 $186   $42,626,595 61
2008/02/06 11 $239,057 -6% 1,367 $175   $42,865,652 62
2008/02/07 11 $265,557 +11% 1,367 $194   $43,131,209 63
2008/02/08 13 $575,712 +117% 1,190 $484   $43,706,921 64
2008/02/09 14 $972,356 +69% 1,190 $817   $44,679,277 65
2008/02/10 15 $529,759 -46% 1,190 $445   $45,209,036 66
2008/02/11 13 $155,494 -71% 1,190 $131   $45,364,530 67
2008/02/12 12 $171,619 +10% 1,190 $144   $45,536,149 68
2008/02/13 11 $185,304 +8% 1,190 $156   $45,721,453 69
2008/02/14 15 $277,670 +50% 1,190 $233   $45,999,123 70
2008/02/15 16 $348,286 +25% 784 $444   $46,347,409 71
2008/02/16 16 $630,267 +81% 784 $804   $46,977,676 72
2008/02/17 16 $475,597 -25% 784 $607   $47,453,273 73
2008/02/18 19 $304,141 -36% 784 $388   $47,757,414 74
2008/02/19 14 $140,698 -54% 784 $179   $47,898,112 75
2008/02/20 15 $134,599 -4% 784 $172   $48,032,711 76
2008/02/21 14 $154,400 +15% 784 $197   $48,187,111 77
2008/02/22 - $291,626 +89% 755 $386   $48,478,737 78
2008/02/23 - $642,985 +120% 755 $852   $49,121,722 79
2008/02/24 - $269,411 -58% 755 $357   $49,391,133 80
2008/02/25 17 $80,407 -70% 755 $106   $49,471,540 81
2008/02/26 16 $86,653 +8% 755 $115   $49,558,193 82
2008/02/27 16 $90,873 +5% 755 $120   $49,649,066 83
2008/02/28 16 $89,654 -1% 755 $119   $49,738,720 84
2008/02/29 23 $126,200 +41% 480 $263   $49,864,920 85
2008/03/01 23 $230,981 +83% 480 $481   $50,095,901 86
2008/03/02 23 $128,908 -44% 480 $269   $50,224,809 87
2008/03/03 - $38,984 -70% 480 $81   $50,263,793 88
2008/03/04 - $45,219 +16% 480 $94   $50,309,012 89
2008/03/05 - $45,461 +1% 480 $95   $50,354,473 90
2008/03/06 - $49,047 +8% 480 $102   $50,403,520 91
2008/03/07 - $43,847 -11% 202 $217   $50,447,367 92
2008/03/08 - $70,342 +60% 202 $348   $50,517,709 93
2008/03/09 - $42,125 -40% 202 $209   $50,559,834 94
2008/03/10 - $15,607 -63% 202 $77   $50,575,441 95
2008/03/11 - $19,050 +22% 202 $94   $50,594,491 96
2008/03/12 - $18,861 -1% 202 $93   $50,613,352 97

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/07 15 $796,836   32 $24,901   $796,836 3
2007/12/14 9 $1,806,862 +127% 117 $15,443   $2,918,154 10
2007/12/21 11 $1,940,584 +7% 297 $6,534   $5,752,959 17
2007/12/28 14 $3,123,028 +61% 310 $10,074   $11,237,143 24
2008/01/04 10 $5,064,577 +62% 583 $8,687   $19,155,607 31
2008/01/11 10 $4,221,866 -17% 950 $4,444   $25,130,656 38
2008/01/18 10 $4,596,844 +9% 1,291 $3,561   $31,721,650 45
2008/01/25 13 $3,918,160 -15% 1,400 $2,799   $37,860,799 52
2008/02/01 14 $2,939,806 -25% 1,367 $2,151   $42,123,146 59
2008/02/08 15 $2,077,827 -29% 1,190 $1,746   $45,209,036 66
2008/02/15 17 $1,454,150 -30% 784 $1,855   $47,453,273 73
2008/02/22 18 $1,204,022 -17% 755 $1,595   $49,391,133 80
2008/02/29 24 $486,089 -60% 480 $1,013   $50,224,809 87
2008/03/07 33 $155,314 -68% 202 $769   $50,558,834 94
2008/03/14 38 $101,505 -35% 129 $787   $50,732,545 101
2008/03/21 51 $46,720 -54% 71 $658   $50,830,581 108
2008/03/28 61 $35,070 -25% 58 $605   $50,980,159 115
2008/04/04 77 $14,874 -58% 33 $451   $50,921,738 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/23/20084560,353 560,353$8,932,027$8,932,0271
3/30/20086123,039-78% 683,392$1,967,394$10,899,4202
4/6/2008982,078-33% 765,470$1,346,079$12,245,5003
4/13/20081745,049-45% 810,519$738,804$12,984,3034
4/20/20082932,839-27% 843,358$539,216$13,523,5205

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.