Marvel's The Avengers

Marvel's The Avengers poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $623,279,547Details
International Box Office $891,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $1,514,279,547
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $100,720,568 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $114,473,937 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $215,194,505
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, Director of the international peacekeeping agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
92% - Certified Fresh
Audience
91% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$225,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 4th, 2012 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
May 4th, 2012 (Wide) by Walt Disney
May 2nd, 2013 (Special Engagement) by Regal Entertainment
Video Release: September 25th, 2012 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, and a mild drug reference.
(Rating bulletin 2220, 4/25/2012)
Franchise: The Avengers
Keywords: Scene in End Credits, Epilogue, Gratuitous Cameos, Ensemble, Non-Chronological, Franchise Crossover, Revenge, Alien Invasion, Special Ops, Visual Effects, Mutants, Gods and Goddesses, 3-D, Marvel Comics, IMAX: DMR, Mind Control, Faked Death, Good vs. Evil, Sequel With Lead Character Recast
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero

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International Box Office: Avengers were Hungry for More

The Avengers crushed the competition on the international chart this week and held on so well that it became the biggest hit on the worldwide chart for 2012, overtaking The Hunger Games. Over the weekend it managed $151.5 million on 12,410 screens in 52 markets for totals of $475.8 million internationally and $683.2 million worldwide. It just pushed Forrest Gump out of the top 50 on the All Time chart and is climbing the ranks quickly. By the end of business on Monday, it had topped $700 million worldwide and will be fighting for a spot in the top 40 before the weekend begins. More...

Avengers are the Best on the Per Theater Chart

The Avengers opened on top of the per theater chart with a record-breaking average of $47,698. This is the highest ever for a number one film. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was in second place with an average of $27,298 in 27 theaters. It should have little trouble expanding. Last week's winner, Bernie, slipped to third place with an average of $17,568 in five theaters. It too should expand. More...

IMAX Can't Contain the Avengers

As expected, The Avengers was huge on IMAX during its opening weekend breaking numerous records. Domestically, it made $15.3 million in 275 IMAX theaters, which just overtook Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II's record. It could have earned more, but they ran out of tickets. It also expanded internationally adding 80 more theaters earning $6.1 million on 176 theaters over the weekend for a total international haul of $16 million. Its three-day global take of $21.4 million was another record, while its running tally of $31.3 million worldwide is more than enough to cover the expense of converting it via DMR. The film has yet to open in Japan, as well as some other markets, so it should continue to do well this weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Avengers Assemble a New Record Book

Expectations for The Avengers were high, record-breakingly high among some people. However, as high as they were, reality was higher. Records were not just broken, but destroyed beyond recognition. The overall box office was in the top five combined biggest weekends with $258 million, which was 134% higher than last weekend. 134%. It was 55% higher than the same weekend last year. Like I've said before, this kind of year-over-year change usually only happens when there is a misalignment in holidays. The victory erases all of the losses from April, and then some, giving 2012 a $500 million lead over 2011 at $3.58 billion to $3.08 billion. This is an amazing start for the summer and with with roughly 25 million people seeing movies this weekend, upcoming films got a ton of free publicity and added hype. More...

Weekend Estimates: Avengers Shatters All-Time Record

Marvel's The Avengers will shatter the all-time weekend record, according to Disney's Sunday estimate. Based on current sales, the film is projected to earn an extraordinary $200.3 million Friday-Sunday, setting a new benchmark for what's possible in the space of three days. It has also already broken the record for best-ever Saturday, with $69.7 million, per Disney, and they project it will have the best ever Sunday too, at around $50 million. That last figure is $7 million ahead of The Dark Knight, which is the only film previously to make over $40 million on a Sunday. That number is not a huge stretch, but could prove to be a bit high, and a final weekend figure just shy of $200 million is definitely still a possibility. Either way, the film will reach $200 million in three or four days, handily beating the five days taken by Deathly Hallows: Part II, The Dark Knight and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The exact number isn't too much to worry about though, this is a great weekend.

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International Box Office: Avengers are Marvelous

The weekend international numbers came in a little late for two main reasons. Firstly, it was May Day. In North America the normal reaction to that is, "Huh?" (My knowledge of the holiday is limited to a joke on Red Dwarf.) But internationally, it's a pretty big deal. Secondly, it takes a long time to count to $200 million, which what The Avengers made. Technically, it made $185.1 million on 12,152 screens in 39 markets over the weekend, for a total opening of $218.2 million. To put this into perspective, this is more than Captain America made in total on the international scene, as well as both of the Hulk films. It is possible that the film will reach $300 million internationally by the end of business on Thursday, while by the end of this weekend, it will be one of the biggest hits Marvel has produced. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Box Office Records Be Avenged?

The Avengers. That's all that really matters. The Avengers has no competition from any film playing this weekend and will finish in first place by a margin of well over $100 million. It has no competition with any film that opened last year and it might beat Thor's opening by $100 million. Its only real competition comes from The Hunger Games for biggest opening of the year at $152.54 million, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2, for Biggest Opening of All Time. More...

IMAX: Quarterly Report Released In Advance of Avengers

While there were no weekend box office numbers announced by IMAX, their first quarterly report for 2012 came out this week and the news was good. The box office nearly doubled to $121.7 million, while revenue increased to $55.6 million. They also added 8 more new theaters to IMAX and upgraded 10 others. They will need as many theaters as they can get for The Avengers, which opens this Friday on 275 theaters domestically and 451 worldwide. More...

2012 Preview: May

There's good news / bad news going forward into May. First the bad news, April was really weak. It was weak compared to the previous month and weak compared to last year. For the first time all year, we had losses for a month on the year-over-year comparison. As for the good news... it could have been worse? Maybe there wasn't good news with regards to April, but there is certainly good news going forward. Every weekend in May has at least one film with the potential to hit $100 million, while there are a couple that could hit $200 million, and one that, pie in the sky, could reach $400 million. That one film is The Avengers, or as it is officially called, Marvel's The Avengers. I guess they don't want people reminded of the 1998 TV adaptation. While there are four films that should reach $100 million, there are only three other films opening wide, maybe two, maybe four. (More sources have Chernobyl Diaries opening wide than in limited release, but it is not a sure thing either way. Meanwhile, the opposite is true for LOL.) Additionally, there are a couple films opening in limited release this month with a real potential to expand wide: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and God Bless America. By comparison, last year had no film reach $300 million, but it had five films reach $100 million. If we are going to earn the win this year, we need strength from the top. More...

Contest: Prizes Assemble

The only wide release opening next weekend is The Avengers, which might be the biggest film of the year. (It actually outranks The Dark Knight Rises as far as moviegoer anticipation goes.) Whether or not it does become the biggest hit of the year, it will certainly be the biggest hit of the weekend and 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 number for The Avengers. 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 Ultimate Avengers Movie Collection 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 win a copy of Marvel Animated Features: 3-Movie Collection on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

International Box Office: Battle on the High Seas

For the second weekend in a row, Battleship and Titanic 3D were battling for top spot on the international chart, but this week Battleship came out on top. It managed $60 million on 9,038 screens in 50 markets for an early total of $131.1 million. The film opened in second place in China with $17 million on 2,287 screens, while it placed first in Russia with $11.20 million on 809. It also maintained first place in a trio of major markets, led by South Korea with $3.44 million on 624 screens over the weekend for a total of $12.68 million. It also repeated on top in Germany ($2.16 million on 637 screens for a total of $7.39 million) and in the U.K. ($2.06 million on 497 screens for a total of $9.80 million). More...

New Movie US Release Dates - May 11, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for The Spirit, Iron Man 2, The Avengers and more! More...

Cast Updates - May 9, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for The Avengers, Iron Man 2, Push, and more! More...

New Movie Announcements, Stars and Directors - May 7, 2008

This week another number of upcoming movies, new stars and directors have been added to our archive! More...

Cast

Robert Downey, Jr.    Tony Stark/Iron Man
Chris Evans    Steve Rogers / Captain America
Mark Ruffalo    Bruce Banner / The Hulk
Chris Hemsworth    Thor
Scarlett Johansson    Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Jeremy Renner    Clint Barton / Hawkeye
Tom Hiddleston    Loki
Clark Gregg    Agent Phil Coulson
Cobie Smulders    Agent Maria Hill
Jenny Agutter    World Security Council
Jerzy Skolimowski    Nick Fury
Stellan Skarsgård    Selvig
Samuel L. Jackson    Nick Fury
Gwyneth Paltrow    Pepper Potts
Paul Bettany    Jarvis
Alexis Denisof    The Other
Tina Benko    NASA Scientist
Kirill Nikiforov    Weaselly Thug
Jeff Wolfe    Tall Thug
M'Laah Singh    Young Girl
Rashmi Rustagi    Calcutta Woman
Powers Boothe    World Security Council
Arthur Darbinyan    World Security Council
Donald Li    World Security Council
Warren Kole    Carrier Bridge Tech
Alicia Sixtos    Carrier Bridge Tech
Jesse Garcia    Carrier Bridge Tech
Maximiliano Hernandez    Agent Jasper Sitwell
Dieter Riesle    Gala Scientist
Kenneth Tigar    German Old Man
Walter Perez    Young Shield Pilot
Harry Dean Stanton    Security Guard
Josh Cowdery    Maintenance Guy
Ashley Johnson    Waitress
Katsumi Komatsu    Japanese Family
Yumiko Komatsu    Japanese Family
Momoko Komatsu    Japanese Family
Robert Clohessy    Police Sergeant
Enver Gjokaj    Young Cop
Fernanda Toker    Office Woman
Andrea Vecchio    News Reporter
Robin Swoboda    News Reporter
Brent McGee    Faceless Pilot
Jamie McShane    Celebration Montage Interviewee
Michael Zhang    Celebration Montage Interviewee
William Christopher Stevens    Celebration Montage Interviewee
Kelley Robins Hicks    Celebration Montage Interviewee
Romy Rosemont    Shawna Lynde
James Eckhouse    Senator Boynton
Stan Lee    Himself
Thomas Roberts    Himself
Pat Kiernan    Himself
Damion Poitier    Man

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Joss Whedon
Screenwriter    Joss Whedon
Story Creator    Zak Penn
Based on the Marvel Comics by    Stan Lee
Based on the Marvel Comics by    Jack Kirby
Captain America Created by    Joe Simon
Captain America Created by    Jack Kirby
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    Patricia Whitcher
Executive Producer    Victoria Alonso
Executive Producer    Jeremy Latcham
Cinematographer    Seamus McGarvey
Editor    Jeffrey Ford
Editor    Lisa Lassek
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Production Designer    James Chinlund
Supervising Art Director    Richard L. Johnson
Art Director    Ben Edelberg
Art Director    Jann Engel
Art Director    Greg Hooper
Art Director    William Hunter
Art Director    Randy Moore
Set Decorator    Victor J. Zolfo
Costume Designer    Alexander Byrne
Sound Mixer    Jose Antonio Garcia
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Eulner
Supervising Sound Editor    Christopher Boyes
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Special Effects Supervisor    Dan Sudick
Visual Effects Supervisor    Janek Sirrs
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jeff White
Associate Producer    David J. Grant
Assistant Director    Lars P. Winther
Second Unit Director    John Mahaffie
Second Unit Camera    Brad Shield
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn
Casting Director    Randi Hiller

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/05/04 1 $80,813,985   4,349 $18,582   $80,813,985 1
2012/05/05 1 $69,557,990 -14% 4,349 $15,994   $150,371,975 2
2012/05/06 1 $57,066,733 -18% 4,349 $13,122   $207,438,708 3
2012/05/07 1 $18,898,999 -67% 4,349 $4,346   $226,337,707 4
2012/05/08 1 $17,677,190 -6% 4,349 $4,065   $244,014,897 5
2012/05/09 1 $13,612,910 -23% 4,349 $3,130   $257,627,807 6
2012/05/10 1 $12,391,566 -9% 4,349 $2,849   $270,019,373 7
2012/05/11 1 $29,223,517 +136% 4,349 $6,720   $299,242,890 8
2012/05/12 1 $42,905,519 +47% 4,349 $9,866   $342,148,409 9
2012/05/13 1 $30,923,238 -28% 4,349 $7,110   $373,071,647 10
2012/05/14 1 $7,923,789 -74% 4,349 $1,822   $380,995,436 11
2012/05/15 1 $8,477,854 +7% 4,349 $1,949   $389,473,290 12
2012/05/16 1 $6,339,757 -25% 4,349 $1,458   $395,813,047 13
2012/05/17 1 $6,208,368 -2% 4,349 $1,428   $402,021,415 14
2012/05/18 1 $15,236,046 +145% 4,249 $3,586   $417,257,461 15
2012/05/19 1 $23,587,069 +55% 4,249 $5,551   $440,844,530 16
2012/05/20 1 $16,820,987 -29% 4,249 $3,959   $457,665,517 17
2012/05/21 1 $5,687,934 -66% 4,249 $1,339   $463,353,451 18
2012/05/22 1 $4,917,764 -14% 4,249 $1,157   $468,271,215 19
2012/05/23 1 $3,968,406 -19% 4,249 $934   $472,239,621 20
2012/05/24 1 $4,445,167 +12% 4,249 $1,046   $476,684,788 21
2012/05/25 2 $9,664,323 +117% 3,918 $2,467   $486,349,111 22
2012/05/26 2 $14,066,384 +46% 3,918 $3,590   $500,415,495 23
2012/05/27 2 $12,956,164 -8% 3,918 $3,307   $513,371,659 24
2012/05/28 2 $10,535,543 -19% 3,918 $2,689   $523,907,202 25
2012/05/29 2 $3,266,753 -69% 3,918 $834   $527,173,955 26
2012/05/30 2 $2,515,041 -23% 3,918 $642   $529,688,996 27
2012/05/31 2 $2,774,984 +10% 3,918 $708   $532,463,980 28
2012/06/01 3 $5,641,642 +103% 3,670 $1,537   $538,105,622 29
2012/06/02 3 $9,017,913 +60% 3,670 $2,457   $547,123,535 30
2012/06/03 3 $5,826,863 -35% 3,670 $1,588   $552,950,398 31
2012/06/04 3 $2,042,375 -65% 3,670 $557   $554,992,773 32
2012/06/05 3 $2,221,713 +9% 3,670 $605   $557,214,486 33
2012/06/06 3 $1,862,060 -16% 3,670 $507   $559,076,546 34
2012/06/07 3 $1,974,179 +6% 3,670 $538   $561,050,725 35
2012/06/08 5 $3,336,924 +69% 3,129 $1,066   $564,387,649 36
2012/06/09 5 $4,546,865 +36% 3,129 $1,453   $568,934,514 37
2012/06/10 5 $3,365,949 -26% 3,129 $1,076   $572,300,463 38
2012/06/11 5 $1,385,505 -59% 3,129 $443   $573,685,968 39
2012/06/12 5 $1,547,796 +12% 3,129 $495   $575,233,764 40
2012/06/13 5 $1,349,418 -13% 3,129 $431   $576,583,182 41
2012/06/14 5 $1,305,722 -3% 3,129 $417   $577,888,904 42
2012/06/15 7 $2,206,155 +69% 2,582 $854   $580,095,059 43
2012/06/16 7 $3,292,985 +49% 2,582 $1,275   $583,388,044 44
2012/06/17 7 $3,406,327 +3% 2,582 $1,319   $586,794,371 45
2012/06/18 7 $1,133,339 -67% 2,582 $439   $587,927,710 46
2012/06/19 7 $1,163,906 +3% 2,582 $451   $589,091,616 47
2012/06/20 7 $1,101,648 -5% 2,582 $427   $590,193,264 48
2012/06/21 7 $1,054,517 -4% 2,582 $408   $591,247,781 49
2012/06/22 8 $2,212,406 +110% 2,230 $992   $593,460,187 50
2012/06/23 7 $3,041,789 +37% 2,230 $1,364   $596,501,976 51
2012/06/24 8 $1,923,466 -37% 2,230 $863   $598,425,442 52
2012/06/25 7 $962,092 -50% 2,230 $431   $599,387,534 53
2012/06/26 8 $989,546 +3% 2,230 $444   $600,377,080 54
2012/06/27 8 $838,655 -15% 2,230 $376   $601,215,735 55
2012/06/28 6 $867,338 +3% 2,230 $389   $602,083,073 56
2012/06/29 11 $1,305,521 +51% 1,757 $743   $603,388,594 57
2012/06/30 9 $1,816,647 +39% 1,757 $1,034   $605,205,241 58
2012/07/01 10 $1,299,503 -28% 1,757 $740   $606,504,744 59
2012/07/02 8 $714,777 -45% 1,757 $407   $607,219,521 60
2012/07/03 11 $544,755 -24% 1,352 $403   $607,764,276 61
2012/07/04 10 $718,276 +32% 1,352 $531   $608,482,552 62
2012/07/05 11 $477,208 -34% 1,352 $353   $608,959,760 63
2012/07/06 - $680,818 +43% 1,125 $605   $609,640,578 64
2012/07/07 - $918,223 +35% 1,125 $816   $610,558,801 65
2012/07/08 - $569,083 -38% 1,125 $506   $611,127,884 66
2012/07/09 12 $261,442 -54% 1,125 $232   $611,389,326 67
2012/07/10 12 $311,771 +19% 1,125 $277   $611,701,097 68
2012/07/11 12 $272,336 -13% 1,125 $242   $611,973,433 69
2012/07/12 12 $288,299 +6% 1,125 $256   $612,261,732 70
2012/07/13 - $395,434 +37% 747 $529   $612,657,166 71
2012/07/14 - $587,183 +48% 747 $786   $613,244,349 72
2012/07/15 - $416,137 -29% 747 $557   $613,660,486 73
2012/07/16 12 $188,724 -55% 747 $253   $613,849,210 74
2012/07/17 12 $221,405 +17% 747 $296   $614,070,615 75
2012/07/18 13 $194,838 -12% 747 $261   $614,265,453 76
2012/07/19 12 $172,561 -11% 747 $231   $614,438,014 77
2012/07/20 - $190,088 +10% 495 $384   $614,628,102 78
2012/07/21 - $254,913 +34% 495 $515   $614,883,015 79
2012/07/22 - $175,410 -31% 495 $354   $615,058,425 80
2012/07/23 - $98,364 -44% 495 $199   $615,156,789 81
2012/07/24 - $123,367 +25% 495 $249   $615,280,156 82
2012/07/25 - $93,538 -24% 495 $189   $615,373,694 83
2012/07/26 - $110,157 +18% 495 $223   $615,483,851 84
2012/08/31 - $383,116   1,705 $225   $618,233,009 120
2012/09/01 - $688,184 +80% 1,705 $404   $618,921,193 121
2012/09/02 - $839,401 +22% 1,705 $492   $619,760,594 122
2012/09/03 - $563,243 -33% 1,705 $330   $620,323,837 123
2012/09/06 - $95,639   1,705 $56   $620,628,446 126
2012/09/07 - $217,231 +127% 1,209 $180   $620,845,677 127
2012/09/08 - $405,843 +87% 1,209 $336   $621,251,520 128
2012/09/09 - $163,107 -60% 1,209 $135   $621,414,627 129

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/05/04 1 $207,438,708   4,349 $47,698   $207,438,708 3
2012/05/11 1 $103,052,274 -50% 4,349 $23,696   $373,071,647 10
2012/05/18 1 $55,644,102 -46% 4,249 $13,096   $457,665,517 17
2012/05/25 2 $36,686,871 -34% 3,918 $9,364   $513,371,659 24
2012/06/01 3 $20,486,418 -44% 3,670 $5,582   $552,950,398 31
2012/06/08 5 $11,249,738 -45% 3,129 $3,595   $572,300,463 38
2012/06/15 7 $8,905,467 -21% 2,582 $3,449   $586,794,371 45
2012/06/22 8 $7,177,661 -19% 2,230 $3,219   $598,425,442 52
2012/06/29 10 $4,421,671 -38% 1,757 $2,517   $606,504,744 59
2012/07/06 12 $2,168,124 -51% 1,125 $1,927   $611,127,884 66
2012/07/13 12 $1,398,754 -35% 747 $1,872   $613,660,486 73
2012/07/20 15 $620,411 -56% 495 $1,253   $615,058,425 80
2012/07/27 18 $512,958 -17% 373 $1,375   $615,996,809 87
2012/08/03 20 $417,065 -19% 300 $1,390   $616,768,487 94
2012/08/10 26 $270,823 -35% 220 $1,231   $617,039,310 101
2012/08/17 32 $148,968 -45% 142 $1,049   $617,595,391 108
2012/08/24 38 $115,335 -23% 123 $938   $617,800,446 115
2012/08/31 13 $1,910,701 +1,557% 1,705 $1,121   $619,760,594 122
2012/09/07 18 $786,181 -59% 1,209 $650   $621,414,627 129
2012/09/14 20 $593,991 -24% 442 $1,344   $622,217,210 136
2012/09/21 24 $466,320 -21% 290 $1,608   $622,888,162 143
2012/09/28 26 $270,275 -42% 241 $1,121   $623,279,547 150

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/30/201212,086,751 2,086,751$35,412,164$35,412,1641
10/7/20121663,831-68% 2,750,582$12,685,810$48,097,9752
10/14/20122283,646-57% 3,034,228$5,661,574$53,759,5493
10/21/20123236,857-16% 3,271,085$4,727,666$58,487,2154
10/28/20128114,551-52% 3,385,636$2,273,837$60,761,0525
11/4/20126113,966-1% 3,499,602$2,274,761$63,035,8136
11/11/20127139,905+23% 3,639,507$2,778,513$65,814,3277
11/18/20127102,730-27% 3,742,237$2,050,491$67,864,8188
11/25/201214240,801+134% 3,983,038$4,806,388$72,671,2069
12/2/201216142,952-41% 4,125,990$2,849,033$75,520,23910
12/9/201214140,891-1% 4,266,881$2,530,402$78,050,64111
12/16/201213147,698+5% 4,414,579$2,918,512$80,969,15412
12/23/201211206,502+40% 4,621,081$3,714,971$84,684,12513
12/30/201215140,458-32% 4,761,539$2,803,542$87,487,66614
1/6/20132838,186-73% 4,799,725$762,193$88,249,85915
1/20/20133020,644 4,847,371$370,766$89,159,58517
4/28/20132126,754 5,053,932$401,042$92,891,87831
5/5/20131728,326+6% 5,082,258$424,040$93,315,91832
5/12/20131729,008+2% 5,111,266$440,341$93,756,25933
5/19/20131821,942-24% 5,133,208$437,962$94,194,22234
9/29/2013269,999 5,304,072$174,383$97,328,76153

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/30/201213,048,904 3,048,904$64,392,852$64,392,8521
10/7/20121641,050-79% 3,689,954$16,019,840$80,412,6922
10/14/20123181,128-72% 3,871,082$4,365,184$84,777,8763
10/21/2012492,381-49% 3,963,463$2,268,873$87,046,7494
10/28/2012659,209-36% 4,022,671$1,447,649$88,494,3985
11/4/2012651,102-14% 4,073,773$1,269,362$89,763,7606
11/11/2012431,017-39% 4,104,790$761,459$90,525,2197
11/18/2012725,499-18% 4,130,290$635,431$91,160,6508
11/25/20128143,576+463% 4,273,866$3,563,568$94,724,2189
12/2/20121157,723-60% 4,331,588$1,440,765$96,164,98310
12/9/2012661,760+7% 4,393,347$1,542,139$97,707,12211
12/16/2012998,154+59% 4,491,502$2,427,352$100,134,47412
12/23/20128141,317+44% 4,632,819$3,319,538$103,454,01213
12/30/20121065,891-53% 4,698,710$1,597,208$105,051,22014
1/6/20131228,092-57% 4,726,802$800,047$105,851,26715
1/13/20131914,921-47% 4,741,723$417,340$106,268,60716
1/20/20131415,352+3% 4,757,074$383,174$106,651,78117
1/27/20131610,454-32% 4,767,530$260,838$106,912,61918
2/17/20131912,039 4,785,153$300,617$107,352,59421
3/24/20131717,360 4,820,986$433,819$108,248,04426
4/28/20131214,757 4,848,860$368,766$108,944,59131
5/5/2013727,243+85% 4,876,103$680,807$109,625,39832
5/12/2013925,583-6% 4,901,686$639,322$110,264,72033
5/19/20131216,463-36% 4,918,149$411,406$110,676,12634
5/26/20131912,046-27% 4,930,195$301,028$110,977,15435

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