Australia

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $49,554,002Details
International Box Office $165,526,808
Worldwide Box Office $215,080,810
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $29,718,254 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,327,884 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $31,046,138
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Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
55% - Rotten
Audience
65% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$130,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 26th, 2008 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: March 3rd, 2009 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some violence, a scene of sensuality, and brief strong language
Keywords: War, World War II
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Twentieth Century Fox, Bazmark Film 2 Pty Ltd

DVD Rentals - Role Models Punishes New Releases

Only two new release charted this week leaving Role Models in first place with 13% more revenue than second place Twilight. More...

DVD Rentals - Role Models Speeds Along

Role Models led the massive collection of new releases on the rental chart with roughly 25% more rentals than Transporter 3. More...

DVD Rentals - Down Under Finishes on Top of Rental Chart

Two new releases were able to top the rental chart this week with first place Australia generating about 20% more revenue than second place Beverly Hills Chihuahua. More...

DVD Sales - Beverly Hills Success

There were half-a-dozen new releases to reach the top 30 on the sales chart this week, including a new number one movie, Beverly Hills Chihuahua. That film sold 1.61 million unites generating $28.40 million in sales, which was enough to put it in sixth place on the 2009 sales chart after just a week of release. More...

DVD Releases for March 3rd, 2009

Kind of a slow week for DVD releases this week. ... Actually, there are 40 releases on this week's list, including 10 spotlight reviews, but compared to the last several weeks, it feels slow. (I didn't even have to split the column into two parts.) There are a few releases that are definitely worth picking up, but none that really rise to the level of a DVD Pick of the Week. Watchman - The Complete Motion Comic on DVD or Blu-ray and Wonder Woman on DVD, DVD + Digital Copy, or Blu-ray come the closest, but neither have enough extras to make it over the top. More...

International Details - Recep Ivedik is No Turkey

Recep Ivedik opened in its native Turkey and a few other markets scoring sixth place with $8.32 million on 483 screens in 4 markets. Of that total, $6.10 million was earned on 390 screens during a first place opening in its native market, which is above the pace of its predecessor. The film managed fourth place in Germany with $1.75 million on just 75 screens. An excellent start for the film. More...

International Details - Bride Wars as Bridesmaid

Bride Wars continues its bridesmaid run just missing the top five this week after just missing the top ten last week. It did ad $5.88 million on 2485 screens in 30 markets for a total of $32.11 million after a month of release. Openings this week include Germany, where the film placed second with $1.62 million on 455 screens, which is a mixed debut. More...

International Details - Slumdog Continues to Earn Millions

Slumdog Millionaire slipped to sixth place with $7.67 million on 1275 screens in 12 markets for a total of $42.46 million. The film had no major openings this past weekend, but it added $3.02 million on 416 screens during its fourth weekend on top of the charts in the U.K. for a total of $18.21 million in that one market. More...

International Details - The Very Best has to Settle for Sixth Place

The Very Best Film 2, the sequel to The Very Best Film opened in Russia and a handful of other markets this past weekend. It scored first place in its native land with $8.38 million on 948 screens, while it earned sixth place in total with $9.29 million on 1072 screens in 4 markets. This is a serious decline from its predecessor's opening weekend, but still a strong start otherwise. More...

International Top Five - Seven\'s Up on Top

It seems Martin Luther King long weekend has resulted in a couple delays for international numbers and we are reduced to using studio estimated for a few things. However, we do know Seven Pounds climbed into first place with $20.60 million on 3502 screens in 25 markets and now has $41.64 million after a month of release internationally. This includes Spain where the film managed first place with $4.19 million on 322 screens over the weekend. The film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $2.30 million on 402 screens and in France with $3.22 million on 344 screens. It was not as successful in Russia with $531,000 on 135 screens. Meanwhile it Italy, the film remained in first place with $3.43 million on 545 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.38 million after two. At this pace, $100 million internationally is all but assured, especially taking into account the number of significant markets the film has yet to debut in. More...

Awards Season - Oscar Nods far from Curious

For a year without an obvious front-runner for the Oscar race, there were not a whole lot of surprises when it came to the nominations. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced their nominations today and leading the way was The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with thirteen while Slumdog Millionaire was second with ten. More...

International Details - Down Under goes Over $100 million

Australia reached a major milestone this past weekend as it topped $100 million internationally. Over the weekend the film added $12.33 million on 4901 screens in 55 markets for a total of $103.30 million internationally and $151.06 million worldwide. Additionally, with openings in Italy, Brazil, China, Russia, and Japan still ahead, the film has a shot at $200 million worldwide. That would be enough to cover the film's production budget, after taking into account Australia's generous tax incentives. More...

International Top Five - Escape Greater than Original

Not only did Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa remained in first place for the third weekend in a row, and four in total, the film also managed to surpass the international total of its predecessor. It was aided by a record-breaking first place opening in Poland where the film opened with $3.22 million on 130 screens over the weekend for a total of $4.02 million. Granted, films like this tend to do very well in this market, but this is still a pleasant surprise. It was not as impressive in China with $2.43 million on 600 screens earning third place there. Holdovers were led by France, where the film added $4.50 million on 820 screens over the weekend and $38.75 million in total. Meanwhile in Italy, the film earned $3.86 million on 571 screens for a total of $29.38 million. Overall it made $31.96 million over the weekend on 6290 screens in 43 market and it now has $339.88 million internationally and $516.90 million Worldwide. More...

International Top Five - Holiday Escape

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa remained in first place over the weekend with $37.54 million on 6211 screens in 49 markets for a total of $285.35 million after two months of release. This includes no major openings over the weekend, but the holiday did boost the box office in a number of markets, including Italy where it was up 56% to $9.76 million on 583 screens over the weekend for a total of $21.18 million after two. Meanwhile in France the film was down just 6% to $5.11 million on 834 screens over the weekend for a total of $31.25 million after four. With openings in China, Poland, South Korea, and Japan ahead of the film, $400 million internationally and $600 million worldwide is within reach. More...

International Details - The One tops $10 Million

It turns out studio estimates were highly accurate, and the only real change from Wednesday's column involves a surprise $10 million film. If You Are The One opened in first place in China and fourth place internationally with $11.68 million on 1010 screens. More...

International Details - Bolt Best of the Rest

No new openings left Bolt out of the top five with $4.94 million on 1916 screens in 11 markets for a total of $28.69 million. Its best market was Russia where it slipped to second place with $1.20 million on 570 screens for a three-week total of $10.73 million, while it added $1.06 million on 412 screens over the weekend in Spain for a total of $3.96 million after two. The film has yet to open in most major markets, and won't until the new year, but when it is done it should surpass its domestic total while aiming for $250 million worldwide. More...

The Weekend the Box Office Stood Still

It was a rough week for new releases as none of the three debut films managed to live up to expectations, in dramatic fashion in some cases. However, holdovers did pick up some of the slack to help the overall box office to $92 million over the weekend. That was 11% higher than last weekend, but 43% lower than the same weekend last year when I Am Legend opened. Or you could compare it to the weekend when The Golden Compass opened, in which case it was nearly 12% higher. Either is acceptable. As for the year-to-date numbers, 2008 extended its lead over 2007 to 1.4% at $8.96 billion to $8.84 billion. It appears that 2008's lead is safe this late in the year, at least in terms of raw dollars. Ticket sales, on the other hand, will decline. More...

International Details - International Releases are Enthralling

There were nine international releases making their debuts on the charts this week, as well as several holdovers. The best of these films was Forever Enthralled, as the Chinese film took first place in its native market and sixth place internationally with $6.15 million on 1375 screens. More...

Holiday Guests Hang Around Another Week

The results at the box office were mixed over the weekend with a couple of films topping expectations while a few others failed at that task. Overall, box office receipts were $82 million, which was 50% lower than last weekend; however, it was Thanksgiving long weekend last weekend so a sharp drop-off was expected. Compared to the same weekend last year, 2008 was better, but by only 0.5%. Year-to-date, 2008's lead on 2007 is now 0.5% at $8.72 billion to $8.68 billion. More...

International Details - Bolting to the Top

Bolt started its run on the international charts in sixth place with $7.90 million on 1417 screens in 4 markets. This includes a second place, $4.30 million opening on 570 screens in Russia, while it Italy it also placed second with $2.19 million on 467 screens. Meanwhile in Poland, it topped the charts with $855,000 on 120 screens, but this is par for the course as films of this nature tend to do very well in Poland. More...

Christmas Surprise over Thanksgiving

Tryptophan overload wasn't enough to slow do the box office as every film matched or exceeded Thursday's predictions (or came within a rounding error of doing so). This helped the overall box office pull in $164 million over the three-day weekend and an amazing $234 million over five. Over the three-day weekend the box office was down by less than 1% from last weekend, but it was up by just under 2% over last year and nearly 3% over the five day period. (Strangely, it is $10 million behind the record, which was set in 2000. Ticket price inflation alone should have resulted in that record going down by now.) Year-to-date 2008 has now brought in $8.60 billion compared to $8.57 billion over the same period on 2007. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of November 28, 2008

Only half-a-dozen movie sites on this week's list, which is very slow. However, we had a couple of strong sites with The Secrets' Official Site coming away with the Weekly Website Award and Australia's Official Site coming in a close second. More...

Thanksgiving Estimates: Four Christmases, Family Films Big Winners

Thanksgiving weekend produced three big winners, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. At the top, Four Christmases scored an excellent $31.7 million Friday-Sunday and $46.7 million over the five-day weekend, and is the third best Thanksgiving opening ever, just behind Enchanted's opening last year. Second place, Friday-Sunday, was taken by Bolt, which scored $26.6 million, and, very unusually these days, earned more in its second weekend than it did in its first. In sixth place, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa also benefited from the holiday, dropping just 7% from last weekend to earn another $14.5 million. More...

Leftovers for Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving long weekend has started, but none of the new releases look like they have what it takes to capture top spot. Compared to last year, there are not as many new releases this time around, nor are there any that look as strong as Enchanted was. That said, the holdovers look strong enough to compensate for this weakness. More...

2008 Preview: November

October was weaker than expected with only a few films living up to expectations, and none earning $100 million at the box office. (And only one even came relatively close.) This month, there are three films that should hit $100 million for sure this month, and all three have at least a shot at $200 million. That's good news because 2008 will to close strong to keep its lead over 2007. Top of the list for anticipated films is Quantum of Solace, but there are two kids movies, Bolt and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, that are also worth paying attention to. Additionally, Awards season is starting to heat up, so look for limited releases that could earn Oscar Buzz and become breakout hits. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - August 30, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Australia, Extreme Movie, New York, I Love You and more! More...

New Movie US Release Dates - February 17, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Four Christmases, Star Trek XI and more! More...

Cast

Nicole Kidman    Lady Sarah Ashley
Hugh Jackman    Drover
David Wenham    Neil Fletcher
Bryan Brown    King Carney
Jack Thompson    Kipling Flynn
David Gulpilil    King George
Brandon Walters    Nullah
David Ngoombujarra    Magarri
Ben Mendelsohn    Captain Dutton
Essie Davis    Cath Carney
Barry Otto    Administrator Allsop
Kerry Walker    Myrtle Allsop
Sandy Gore    Gloria Carney
Ursula Yovich    Daisy
Lillian Crombie    Bandy Legs
Yuen Wah    Sing Song
Angus Pilakui    Goolaj
Jacek Koman    Ivan
Tony Barry    Sergeant Callahan
Ray Barrett    Ramsden
Max Cullen    Old Drunk
Shea Adams    Carney Boy
Eddie Baroo    Bull
Jamal Bednarz-Metallah    Mission Boy
Damian Bradford    Constable
Nathin Butler    Carney Boy
Tara Carpenter    Essential Services Woman
Rebecca Chatfield    Magarri's Niece
Arthur Dignam    Father Benedict
Michelle Dyzla    Hairdresser
Haidee Gaudry    Essential Services Woman
Terence Gregory    Mission Boy
Jamie Gulpilil    Porter (Wharf)
Peter Gwynne    Lady Sarah's Butler
Sean Hall    Soldier (at Government House)
Nigel Harbach    Carney Boy
Joy Hilditch    Essential Services Woman
Matthew Hills    Flying Boat Steward
Jimmy Hong    Carney Manservant
Bill Hunter    Skipper (Qantas Sloop)
Jarwyn Irvin-Collins    Mission Boy
Robert Jago    Military Police
John Jarratt    Sergeant
Eugene Kang    Waiter
Crusoe Kurdal    Aboriginal Tracker
Liam Lannigan    Mission Boy
Siena Larsson    Flying Boat Passenger
Nathan Lawson    Child Constable
Cody Lea    Mission Boy
Jack Leech    Ball Guest
Charles Leung    Waiter
Jacob Linger    Evacuee Child
Mark Malabirr    Porter (Wharf)
John Martin    Ball Guest
Logan Mattingley    Mission Boy
Adam McMonigal    Darwin Policeman
Dylan Minggun    Mission Boy
Philippe Moon    Ball Photographer
Nyalik Munungurr    Mission Boy
Patrick Mylott    Naval Officer
Robin Queree    Ball Guest
Mark Rathbone    Stockman
Garry Scott    Downtown Pub Patron
John Sheerin    Fireman
Bruce Spence    Dr. Baker
Elaine Walker    Ball Guest
John Walton    Carney Boy
Matthew Whittet    Brother Frank

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Baz Luhrmann
Screenwriter    Baz Luhrmann
Screenwriter    Ronald Harwood
Screenwriter    Stuart Beattie
Screenwriter    Richard Flanagan
Story Creator    Baz Luhrmann
Producer    Baz Luhrmann
Producer    G. Mac Brown
Producer    Catherine Knapman
Director of Photography    Mandy Walker
Production Designer    Catherine Martin
Costume Designer    Catherine Martin
Editor    Dody Dorn
Editor    Michael McCusker
Co-Producer    Catherine Martin
Composer    David Hirschfelder
Executive Music Supervisor    Anton Monsted
Associate Producer    Paul Watters
Assistant Director    Simon Warnock
Assistant Director    Guy Campbell
Assistant Director    Kate North Ash
Second Unit Director    Guy Norris
Unit Production Manager    Catherine Knapman
Production Manager    Alexandra Taussig
Production Manager    Libby Sharpe
Supervising Art Director    Ian Gracie
Art Director    Karen Murphy
Set Decorator    Beverley Dunn
Second Unit Camera    Greg Fraser
Additional Photography    Damian Wyvill
Additional Photography    John Whitteron
Additional Editor    Dany Cooper
Additional Editor    Matt Villa
Sound Mixer    Guntis Sics
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Re-recording Mixer    Phil Heywood
Re-recording Mixer    Peter Purcell
Supervising Sound Editor    Wayne Pashley
Sound Editor    Jenny Ward
Sound Effects Editor    Fabian Sanjurjo
Sound Effects Editor    Damian Candusso
Sound Effects Editor    Nigel Christensen
Sound Effects Editor    Rick Lisle
Supervising Sound Editor    William Ward
Supervising Sound Editor    Damon Mouris
Sound Designer    Wayne Pashley
Dialogue Editor    Derryn Pasquill
Dialogue Editor    Nicholas Breslin
Dialogue Editor    Sonal Joshi
Dialogue Editor    Delia McCarthy
Dialogue Editor    Annie Breslin
Dialogue Editor    Libby Villa
Dialogue Editor    Polly McKinny
Music Editor    Simon Leadley
Music Editor    Rep. Tim Ryan
Music Editor    Stuart Morton
Music Editor    Jason Fernandez
Music Editor    Chris Scallan
Make up    Maurizio Silvi
Hairstylist    Kerry Warn
Make-up and Hair Designer    Lesley Vanderwalt
Additional Music    Felix Meagher
Additional Music    Baz Luhrmann
Additional Music    Angela Little
Casting Director    Ronna Kress
Casting Director    Nikki Barrett
Stunt Coordinator    Glenn Suter
Stunt Coordinator    Greg Stuart
Stunt Coordinator    Lawrence Woodward

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/11/26 7 $2,268,558   2,617 $867   $2,268,558 1
2008/11/27 5 $2,935,175 +29% 2,617 $1,122   $5,203,733 2
2008/11/28 5 $5,781,492 +97% 2,617 $2,209   $10,985,225 3
2008/11/29 5 $5,755,189 n/c 2,617 $2,199   $16,740,414 4
2008/11/30 5 $3,264,042 -43% 2,617 $1,247   $20,004,456 5
2008/12/01 3 $985,074 -70% 2,617 $376   $20,989,530 6
2008/12/02 3 $1,090,677 +11% 2,617 $417   $22,080,207 7
2008/12/03 3 $906,296 -17% 2,617 $346   $22,986,503 8
2008/12/04 3 $882,333 -3% 2,617 $337   $23,868,836 9
2008/12/05 4 $2,248,686 +155% 2,721 $826   $26,117,522 10
2008/12/06 4 $2,932,167 +30% 2,721 $1,078   $29,049,689 11
2008/12/07 4 $1,869,408 -36% 2,721 $687   $30,919,097 12
2008/12/08 3 $624,505 -67% 2,721 $230   $31,543,602 13
2008/12/09 3 $720,428 +15% 2,721 $265   $32,264,030 14
2008/12/10 3 $672,517 -7% 2,721 $247   $32,936,547 15
2008/12/11 3 $661,429 -2% 2,721 $243   $33,597,976 16
2008/12/12 5 $1,243,015 +88% 2,703 $460   $34,840,991 17
2008/12/13 5 $1,853,992 +49% 2,703 $686   $36,694,983 18
2008/12/14 5 $1,072,270 -42% 2,703 $397   $37,767,253 19
2008/12/15 4 $435,063 -59% 2,703 $161   $38,202,316 20
2008/12/16 4 $498,029 +14% 2,703 $184   $38,700,345 21
2008/12/17 5 $457,783 -8% 2,703 $169   $39,158,128 22
2008/12/18 5 $464,209 +1% 2,703 $172   $39,622,337 23
2008/12/19 9 $607,870 +31% 2,212 $275   $40,230,207 24
2008/12/20 9 $923,451 +52% 2,212 $417   $41,153,658 25
2008/12/21 9 $642,867 -30% 2,212 $291   $41,796,525 26
2008/12/22 11 $422,827 -34% 2,212 $191   $42,219,352 27
2008/12/23 11 $441,709 +4% 2,212 $200   $42,661,061 28
2008/12/24 11 $317,648 -28% 2,212 $144   $42,978,709 29
2008/12/25 - $225,631 -29% 711 $317   $43,204,340 30
2008/12/26 - $364,284 +61% 711 $512   $43,568,624 31
2008/12/27 - $411,067 +13% 711 $578   $43,979,691 32
2008/12/28 - $303,897 -26% 711 $427   $44,283,588 33
2008/12/29 - $236,365 -22% 711 $332   $44,519,953 34
2008/12/30 - $263,564 +12% 711 $371   $44,783,517 35
2008/12/31 - $352,091 +34% 711 $495   $45,135,608 36
2009/01/01 - $387,936 +10% 711 $546   $45,523,544 37
2009/01/02 - $426,243 +10% 768 $555   $45,949,787 38
2009/01/03 - $462,224 +8% 768 $602   $46,412,011 39
2009/01/04 - $274,702 -41% 768 $358   $46,686,713 40
2009/01/05 - $99,069 -64% 768 $129   $46,785,782 41
2009/01/06 - $120,436 +22% 768 $157   $46,906,218 42
2009/01/07 - $122,111 +1% 768 $159   $47,028,329 43
2009/01/08 - $118,563 -3% 768 $154   $47,146,892 44
2009/01/09 - $185,026 +56% 543 $341   $47,331,918 45
2009/01/10 - $272,266 +47% 543 $501   $47,604,184 46
2009/01/11 - $160,022 -41% 543 $295   $47,764,206 47
2009/01/12 - $62,911 -61% 543 $116   $47,827,117 48
2009/01/13 - $70,763 +12% 543 $130   $47,897,880 49
2009/01/14 - $66,996 -5% 543 $123   $47,964,876 50
2009/01/15 - $73,052 +9% 543 $135   $48,037,928 51
2009/01/16 - $85,253 +17% 287 $297   $48,123,181 52
2009/01/17 - $133,144 +56% 287 $464   $48,256,325 53
2009/01/18 - $77,175 -42% 287 $269   $48,333,500 54
2009/01/19 33 $49,937 -35% 287 $174   $48,383,437 55
2009/01/20 - $26,106 -48% 287 $91   $48,409,543 56
2009/01/21 - $31,087 +19% 287 $108   $48,440,630 57
2009/01/22 - $35,816 +15% 287 $125   $48,476,446 58
2009/01/23 - $63,081 +76% 241 $262   $48,539,527 59
2009/01/24 - $94,203 +49% 241 $391   $48,633,730 60
2009/01/25 - $53,870 -43% 241 $224   $48,687,600 61
2009/01/26 - $20,270 -62% 241 $84   $48,707,870 62
2009/01/27 - $24,464 +21% 241 $102   $48,732,334 63
2009/01/28 - $23,019 -6% 241 $96   $48,755,353 64
2009/01/29 - $27,396 +19% 241 $114   $48,782,749 65
2009/01/30 - $56,360 +106% 297 $190   $48,839,109 66
2009/01/31 - $81,346 +44% 297 $274   $48,920,455 67
2009/02/01 - $35,000 -57% 297 $118   $48,955,455 68
2009/02/02 - $20,529 -41% 297 $69   $48,975,984 69
2009/02/03 - $25,879 +26% 297 $87   $49,001,863 70
2009/02/04 - $25,244 -2% 297 $85   $49,027,107 71
2009/02/05 - $27,391 +9% 297 $92   $49,054,498 72
2009/02/06 - $39,610 +45% 178 $223   $49,094,108 73
2009/02/07 - $56,879 +44% 178 $320   $49,150,987 74
2009/02/08 - $30,886 -46% 178 $174   $49,181,873 75
2009/02/09 - $10,535 -66% 178 $59   $49,192,408 76
2009/02/10 - $12,410 +18% 178 $70   $49,204,818 77
2009/02/11 - $12,272 -1% 178 $69   $49,217,090 78
2009/02/12 - $14,429 +18% 178 $81   $49,231,519 79
2009/02/13 - $23,007 +59% 110 $209   $49,254,526 80
2009/02/14 - $41,571 +81% 110 $378   $49,296,097 81
2009/02/15 - $24,686 -41% 110 $224   $49,320,783 82
2009/02/16 47 $15,517 -37% 110 $141   $49,336,300 83
2009/02/17 - $8,517 -45% 110 $77   $49,344,817 84
2009/02/18 - $8,505 n/c 110 $77   $49,353,322 85
2009/02/19 - $10,677 +26% 110 $97   $49,363,999 86
2009/02/20 - $18,515 +73% 93 $199   $49,382,514 87
2009/02/21 - $25,760 +39% 93 $277   $49,408,274 88
2009/02/22 - $12,575 -51% 93 $135   $49,420,849 89
2009/02/23 - $6,125 -51% 93 $66   $49,426,974 90
2009/02/24 - $8,149 +33% 93 $88   $49,435,123 91
2009/02/25 - $6,216 -24% 93 $67   $49,441,339 92
2009/02/26 - $7,671 +23% 93 $82   $49,449,010 93
2009/02/27 - $11,088 +45% 64 $173   $49,460,098 94
2009/02/28 - $16,795 +51% 64 $262   $49,476,893 95
2009/03/01 - $9,805 -42% 64 $153   $49,486,698 96
2009/03/02 - $2,855 -71% 64 $45   $49,489,553 97
2009/03/03 - $4,145 +45% 64 $65   $49,493,698 98
2009/03/04 - $3,857 -7% 64 $60   $49,497,555 99
2009/03/05 - $3,916 +2% 64 $61   $49,501,471 100
2009/03/06 - $7,384 +89% 34 $217   $49,508,855 101
2009/03/07 - $10,872 +47% 34 $320   $49,519,727 102
2009/03/08 - $5,344 -51% 34 $157   $49,525,071 103
2009/03/09 - $1,761 -67% 34 $52   $49,526,832 104
2009/03/10 - $2,131 +21% 34 $63   $49,528,963 105
2009/03/11 - $2,288 +7% 34 $67   $49,531,251 106
2009/03/12 - $3,173 +39% 34 $93   $49,534,424 107

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/11/28 5 $14,800,723   2,642 $5,602   $20,004,456 5
2008/12/05 4 $7,050,261 -52% 2,721 $2,591   $30,919,097 12
2008/12/12 5 $4,169,277 -41% 2,703 $1,542   $37,767,253 19
2008/12/19 9 $2,174,188 -48% 2,212 $983   $41,796,525 26
2008/12/26 19 $1,079,248 -50% 711 $1,518   $44,283,588 33
2009/01/02 19 $1,163,169 +8% 768 $1,515   $46,686,713 40
2009/01/09 22 $617,314 -47% 543 $1,137   $47,764,206 47
2009/01/16 31 $295,572 -52% 287 $1,030   $48,333,500 54
2009/01/23 32 $211,154 -29% 241 $876   $48,687,600 61
2009/01/30 34 $172,706 -18% 297 $582   $48,955,455 68
2009/02/06 42 $127,375 -26% 178 $716   $49,181,873 75
2009/02/13 46 $89,264 -30% 110 $811   $49,320,783 82
2009/02/20 50 $56,850 -36% 93 $611   $49,420,849 89
2009/02/27 56 $37,688 -34% 64 $589   $49,486,698 96
2009/03/06 62 $23,600 -37% 34 $694   $49,525,071 103
2009/03/13 75 $8,674 -63% 18 $482   $49,543,098 110
2009/03/20 89 $3,588 -59% 11 $326   $49,551,662 117

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/8/20092728,789 728,789$12,382,125$12,382,1251
3/15/20096245,406-66% 974,195$4,169,448$16,551,5732
3/22/20098103,153-58% 1,077,348$1,576,178$18,127,7513
3/29/20091561,296-41% 1,138,644$1,041,419$19,169,1704
4/5/20091273,619+20% 1,212,263$1,250,787$20,419,9575
4/12/20092591,585+24% 1,303,848$1,556,029$21,975,9866
4/19/20092052,217-43% 1,356,065$887,167$22,863,1537
4/26/20092740,382-23% 1,396,447$686,090$23,549,2438
5/3/20092557,795+43% 1,454,242$883,108$24,432,3509
5/10/20092360,189+4% 1,514,431$902,233$25,334,58410
6/7/20093026,806 1,617,775$267,792$26,665,26014
4/25/20101136,796 1,808,449$462,158$28,721,83960

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/25/2010148,915 8,915$159,749$159,74960

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