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Beowulf (2007)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $82,195,215Details
International Box Office $112,800,000
Worldwide Box Office $194,995,215
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $38,821,963 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $38,821,963
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Spilled
Critics
71% - Certified Fresh
Audience
50% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 16th, 2007 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
November 16th, 2007 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: February 26th, 2008 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence including disturbing images, some sexual material and nudity
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Keywords: Good vs. Evil, Sword & Sorcerer, Demons, Monster, 3-D, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Shangri-La Entertainment, ImageMovers
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,731 $101,380 Jan 25, 2008 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,480 $185,113 Jan 18, 2008 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,068 $133,273 Jan 11, 2008 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,014 $206,417 Jan 4, 2008 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,098 $301,577 Dec 28, 2007 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,480 $374,112 Dec 21, 2007 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,858 $1,380,513 Dec 14, 2007 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,010 $4,536,667 Dec 7, 2007 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 750 $8,208,565 Nov 30, 2007 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 475 $16,538,666 Nov 23, 2007 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 465 $52,959,654 Nov 23, 2007 9
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 835 $7,012,634 Nov 18, 2007 3
Biggest November Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 103 $27,515,871 Nov 16, 2007 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 524 $27,515,871 Nov 16, 2007 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 778 $27,515,871 Nov 16, 2007 3
Widest Opening Weekend 621 3,153 Nov 16, 2007 3
Biggest November Day at the Domestic Box Office 258 $10,498,103 Nov 17, 2007 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 768 $10,498,103 Nov 17, 2007 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 645 $10,005,134 Nov 16, 2007 1
Movies with Leggiest Opening Weekend 164 2.75 Nov 16, 2007 1
Movies with Most Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 203 36.4% Nov 16, 2007 1

Cast

   Beowulf
Anthony Hopkins    King Hrothgar
Robin Wright    Queen Wealthow
Brendan Gleeson    Wiglaf
Crispin Glover    Grendel
Angelina Jolie Pitt    Grendel's Mother
Alison Lohman    Ursula
John Malkovich    Unferth
Greg Ellis    Garmund

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Neil Gaiman
Screenwriter    Roger Avary
Producer    Steve Starkey
Producer    Robert Zemeckis
Producer    Jack Rapke
Executive Producer    Martin Shafer
Executive Producer    Roger Avary
Executive Producer    Neil Gaiman
Co-Producer    Steven Boyd
Cinematographer    Robert Presley
Editor    Jeremiah O'Driscoll
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Original Songs    Glen Ballard
Original Songs    Alan Silvestri
Production Designer    Doug Chiang
Supervising Art Director    Norm Newberry
Art Director    Greg Papalia
Set Designer    Scott Herbertson
Set Decorator    Karen O'Hara
Costume Designer    Gabriella Pescucci
Sound Mixer    William B. Kaplan
Sound Designer    Randy Thom
Supervising Sound Editor    Dennis Leonard
Re-recording Mixer    Randy Thom
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Johnson
Re-recording Mixer    Dennis Sands
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Jerome Chen
Executive Visual Effects Producer    Debbie Denise
Senior Visual Effects Producer    Chris Juen
Digital Effects Supervisor    Sean Phillips
Digital Producer    Skye Lyons
Animation Supervisor    Kenn McDonald
Stunt Coordinator    Garrett Warren
Associate Producer    Jacqueline Lopez
Associate Producer    Peter Tobyansen
Associate Producer    Josh McLaglen
Assistant Director    Josh McLaglen
Second Unit Director    Steve Starkey
Casting Director    Ronna Kress
Casting Director    Nina Gold
Supervising Music Editor    Kenneth Karman

DVD Releases for August 5, 2008

August 4th, 2008

Another week, another list of lackluster first-run releases. Sadly, there's very little else to back it up. In fact, the only release that was even a contender for DVD Pick of the Week was The Counterfeiters, with both DVD and the Blu-ray worthy of that honor. More...

DVD Releases for July 29, 2008 - Part I

July 29th, 2008

Another slow week without a single first run release that was a must have, or even a contender for DVD Pick of the Week. Granted, many will find Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay worth picking up, but it is not a top-notch release. There are also a couple of special edition releases that are easily worth picking up: Dark City - Director's Cut - Buy from Amazon: DVD or Blu-ray and WarGames - 25th Anniversary Edition. But the best of the best, and the DVD Pick of the Week is Stargate - Continuum - Buy from Amazon: DVD or Blu-ray. But I am also giving an honorable mention to Two Fat Ladies - Buy from Amazon. On a side note, it is another week where we had to split the list into two due to the size. Part II can be found here. More...

DVD Sales - 101 New Releases

March 17th, 2008

New releases were again plentiful this week with nine reaching the top 30 and three of them sweeping the top few spots. The best of the best was 101 Dalmatians, which sold 1.36 million units during its first week for $21.64 million in revenue. More...

DVD Rentals - Into Second Place

March 17th, 2008

There were only four new releases to chart this week, and only one made it into the top five. This left Beowulf with an easy road to first place as it added $9.02 million in rentals for the week and $19.94 million after two. More...

DVD Sales - Beowulf has 7 Days on Top

March 10th, 2008

There were plenty of new releases to hit the sales chart this week, as well as an older release that returned to the top five. Number one was Beowulf with 902,000 units sold for $17.08 million in revenue in its first week. More...

DVD Rentals - Competition is no Match for Beowulf

March 10th, 2008

New releases were spread pretty evenly on the rental charts and included a new number one, Beowulf, which opened with $10.93 million. More...

Contest - One for the Road

March 7th, 2008

Plenty of prizes this week, including what is likely the last HD DVD disc we will ever give away. In order to win, one must simply predict Horton Hears a Who's three-day, opening weekend box office. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win 3 Pigs and a Baby on DVD, as well as Day Zero 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 win 3 Pigs and a Baby on DVD, as well as Day Zero on DVD. Also, whoever is the absolute closest of those two will win the City of Men poster, CD Soundtrack, and TV series on DVD. Additionally, the person who came the closest to winning one of the above prizes, but didn't, will take home a copy of Beowulf on HD DVD. (If you don't have an HD DVD player, keep it shrink-wrapped, it could be collector's item in a few years.) Finally, all three winners will take home Never Back Down posters, both the full size, and the mini-posters. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD Releases for March 4, 2008

March 4th, 2008

The first week of the month, but it's not very strong both in terms of raw numbers and in terms of high-profile releases. (There are a surprising number of spotlight reviews, on the other hand.) There are a few releases worth picking up, like 101 Dalmatians - Two-Disc Platinum Edition - Buy from Amazon and My Kid Could Paint That - Buy from Amazon, but none that screamed to be DVD Pick of the Week. More...

DVD Releases for February 26, 2008

February 26th, 2008

It's the Oscar-delayed edition of the DVD Release Report and we have a good mix of releases for so early in the year. Granted, there are not as many prime first-run releases, but there are a few worth picking up. This includes the DVD Pick of the Week, Death at a Funeral - Buy from Amazon. More...

International Top Ten - Records Set as Compass Continues to Lead

December 19th, 2007

With two weeks to go, the international box office set a record bringing in $8.6 billion in total ticket sales. Additionally, all six major studios crossed the $1 billion mark during the same year, which is a first. On the other hand, the celebration is tempered by the fact that the American dollar hit record lows against the Euro this year, and was at decade old lows against the Pound, and other international currencies, which helped to artificially inflate the box office numbers. More...

International Top Five - Compass Finishes North of the Competition

December 12th, 2007

Like it did domestically, His Dark Material: The Golden Compass debuted in first place on the international charts. However, unlike its performance domestically, its international haul was a hefty $44.31 million on 5263 screens in 27 markets for a total of $50.96 million including midweek numbers. In the U.K. the film opened first with $11.63 million on 507 screens over the weekend and $14.79 million in total, but that is significantly lower than Sunday's estimates. In France the film also took first place with $6.00 million on 776 screens, and in Spain with $5.17 million on 505 screens over the weekend and $8.07 million in total. The number one debuts continued in Germany at $4.80 million on 836 screens and in Russia with $3.68 million on 521. The Golden Compass's release schedule is certainly front loaded, but it still has openings in Italy next week, South Korea the week after, and Australia on Boxing Day, as well as Japan in March, and should earn between $200 million and $300 million internationally. Depending on how well it does on the home market in these markets, it could show a profit, but becoming a franchise is unlikely at this point. More...

Compass Can't Find an Audience

December 11th, 2007

The box office has been soft practically since summer ended, but things are starting to get desperate. This was another week of significant declines at the box office, with overall business of just $82 million. That's down more than 2% from last weekend, and, more significantly, down more than 15% from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2007 is still ahead in terms of raw dollars, but ticket sales are now trailing last year's pace. More...

Will Golden Rule?

December 6th, 2007

It's another slow week for wide releases -- like last weekend, there's only one. However, His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass should do significantly better than last week's Awake. It better do significantly better or the holiday season is in real trouble. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf Continues its Carnage

December 5th, 2007

Beowulf had its last major push into the international marketplace this past weekend and that helped it stay in first place with $19.06 million on 6229 screens in 56 markets for a total of $74.07 million. This includes a first place opening in Australia with $1.96 million on 269 screens, a third place, $1.81 million opening on 268 screens in Japan and first place, $1.11 million opening in 273 screens in Brazil. It's best holdover was Russia where it slipped to second while adding $1.83 million on 502 screens for a total of $6.99 million. At this point, $100 million internationally should not be an issue, but that's still not enough to be considered a financial boon. More...

Awake Can't Captivate Moviegoers

December 3rd, 2007

There were very few shocks at the box office this weekend as Enchanted remained the dominant film. However, there was an unsettling malaise as the overall box office reached just $85 million. This is barely more than half of last weekend's $162 million holiday-inflated haul, but that was to be expected. What wasn't as expected was the 8% drop-off from the same weekend last year. At the moment, 2007 is ahead of 2006 in terms of box office and ticket sales. However, while a gain at the box office is academic at this point, a slide in ticket sales is likely if things don't turn around. More...

IMAX - 3-D Stands for Dollars, Dollars, Dollars

November 30th, 2007

While Beowulf's success on the big screen has been muted, it's numbers on the really big screen have broken records. The film opened with $3.58 million on 84 IMAX screens, which was a record for highest percentage of the total opening weekend for an IMAX release. During its second weekend of release, the film added $2.95 million on 84 screens, this time a record for sophomore stint for a Hollywood IMAX release. Overall, Beowulf has brought in a total of $8.8 million domestically and $11.1 million worldwide, proving that 3-D is on the verge of making a full comeback and returning to the glory days not seen since drive-ins dotted the landscape. More...

Asleep at the Wheel

November 29th, 2007

The weekend after Thanksgiving is the only slow weekend during the entire Holiday Season. So it comes as no surprise that only one movie is opening wide, but it is a bit surprising that the weekend is a weak as it is. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf Conquers More Markets

November 28th, 2007

Beowulf opened in 23 more markets this past weekend, finishing in first place in 20 of them. This helped the film repeat as champion on the international box office with $25.40 million on 5433 screens in 44 markets for a total of $48.53 million. This includes number one debuts in Russia, ($4.13 million on 502 screens), and Mexico, ($1.93 million on 512 screens). However, it had to settle for second place in Spain, ($3.12 million on 450 screens), and fourth in France, ($1.88 million on 481). As for holdovers, no major openings let the film remain in second place in the U.K. with $3.03 million on 487 screens over the weekend and $9.35 million in total. On the other hand, it fell from first to fourth in South Korea with $1.36 million on 304 screens over the weekend and $6.13 million in total. The film is rapidly running out of major markets to open in, and it has made roughly half of the film's total costs worldwide so far. I think if the film fails to recoup its costs, it will be the fault of the technology, as it hasn't advanced enough to completely replace live actors without falling into the uncanny valley. More...

The More the Merrier

November 27th, 2007

Thanksgiving provided plenty of reasons for studios to give thanks, especially since every single film managed to earn enough to be called a hit in one form or other. Even the weakest releases of the week did well compared to their modest costs. Overall, the box office brought in $162 million over three days, which is 55% more than last weekend. More importantly, it is virtually identical to the same weekend last year. Over five days, movies earned an estimated $229 million, which is up just shy of 2% from last year. This is great news after a Fall that most would like to forget, but the growth is still lower than ticket price inflation, meaning actual attendance was down. More...

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Food, Family, and Films

November 21st, 2007

The five-day Thanksgiving long weekend officially starts tonight, as does the lucrative holiday weekend. From now until the New Year, there we should see hit after hit released, as well as a number of Oscar contenders. With the box office slowing down, this couldn't come at a better time. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf is the Leader of the Pack

November 21st, 2007

Beowulf was able to come out on top on the international charts just as it did domestically, but it was by a lot closer margin of victory. During its first weekend of release, the film pulled in $17.41 million on 2432 screens in 13 markets, including a first place debut in South Korea where it earned $2.91 million on 365 screens over the weekend and $3.92 million in total. Beowulf opened in other major markets but had to settle for second in the U.K. with $4.51 million on 485 screens, and in Germany with $2.12 million on 698 screens while it could do no better than third place in Italy with $2.09 million on 368. Like its domestic debut, these results could be described as disappointing when placed next to its $150 million production budget. More...

Beowulf Adds a New Dimension to the Weekend Box Office

November 20th, 2007

It was another tough week at the box office. No film missed Thursday's prediction by a significant margin, but there was an overall weakness. This pushed the box office to $104 million, down 8% from last weekend. More importantly it was down 28% from the same weekend last year. It is getting close to the time to panic. Granted, this year is safe but there's little evidence that this slowdown at the box office, which has lasted almost the entire fall, is going to end now that the Holidays have started. The only good news is that last Thanksgiving was a terrible weekend for new releases. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of November 16, 2007

November 17th, 2007

It was a one horse race for the Weekly Website Award with Beowulf - Official Site walking away with that honor. More...

Will Mr. Magorium Be Wonderful or Will Beowulf Slay the Competition?

November 15th, 2007

It's looking like 2007 is going to end on a really soft note. Since mid-September, only one weekend has been above the same weekend last year, and there's almost no chance that things will turn around this weekend. This time last year, we had two $40 million openers. This weekend, we might not have a single film top $30 million. More...

2007 Preview: November

November 1st, 2007

After a horrible October, we finally get to November and the start of the holiday season. Just like the summer season doesn't officially begin until Memorial Day, the winter holiday season doesn't officially begin until the Thanksgiving long weekend. However, studios are trying to stretch the lucrative box office season as long as possible and the holiday-like releases start during the first weekend of the month. This means practically every weekend this month, there's at least one potential $100 million movie. There are also a few that might be Oscar contenders, although not as many as I had expected. In fact, so far Award Season has been particularly slow, but at least this means there should be more buzz surrounding the upcoming films as the race is wide open. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 30 - October 6, 2007

October 6th, 2007

We are starting to get full websites for some of the massive holiday season releases, which should mean there will be at least one award worthy website on each week's list. As for this week, there were a few that have potential assuming the sections marked coming soon live up to the rest of the site. But just one site, The Seeker: The Dark is Rising - Official Site, that was worthy of the Weekly Website Award. More...

IMAX - Transformers Take on IMAX

September 25th, 2007

The Transformers opened on IMAX screens over the weekend and pulled in $1.44 million over the weekend up against $474,000 the weekend before. Because of this, we can assume The Transformers earned roughly $1 million on IMAX screens over the weekend. Unfortunately, all we can do is assume since IMAX rarely releases numbers, usually when records are broken. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 2 - September 8, 2007

September 9th, 2007

Another week without any top-notch websites, at least one that hasn't previously won the award. At least there are a few with possibilities and the fall blockbusters should start coming launching their sites shortly so the pace should pickup soon. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 19 - August 25, 2007

August 25th, 2007

After a few busy weeks in a row, there was a total collapse in the number of sites on this week's list. Not only are there only a couple dozen sites this week, nearly half of them are films that are coming out this week and most of those had no updates to report. This leaves us with no sites that are award-worthy, and precious few that have to potential to make it there in the coming weeks. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 12 - August 18, 2007

August 18th, 2007

Busy week with more than 30 sites featured on the list. However, none really stand our as award-worthy; in fact, most only stand because of a lack of style. Hopefully as the fall season progresses and we near the holidays, we will get bigger and better sites launching. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 22 - July 28, 2007

July 29th, 2007

Server upgrades went... less smoothly than anticipated, which delayed this column, but at least there are a huge number of sites to check out. Many of these sites are making their first appearance on the list while quite a few are making their last appearance. Unfortunately, while it's a big list, there are not many that are even close to being award worthy at the moment. 30 Days of Night - Official Site comes the closest, but I'm waiting for the missing features to be added before I make that decision. More...

IMAX - Potter Profits on Big Big Screen

July 17th, 2007

There were even more records falling this weekend as Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix broke several IMAX records during its opening. This includes the largest number of screens (91 domestically and 35 internationally); biggest Wednesday ($1.9 million); the largest 5-day domestic total ($7.4 million); largest domestic per screen average ($80,500); and the largest worldwide opening ($9.4 million). And because of massive pre-sales and sold out showings, the film should show stronger legs on IMAX screens that it will as a whole. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 15 - July 21

July 21st, 2006

Another busy week, but unlike last week there was no massive blockbuster launching its flash site. Two sites stood out this week, (not counting past winners), and they are wildly different both in terms of style and in terms of the movie they are selling: Accepted - Official Site and World Trade Center - Official Site. The former is goofy and seriously immature, while the latter is one of the most emotional sites I've ever seen. In was nearly a coin flip, but in the end I went with Accepted - Official Site, but I would be willing to bet the other site will win before the movie comes out. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 29 - August 4

August 4th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Broken Flowers - Official Site. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/16 1 $27,515,871   3,153 $8,727   $27,515,871 3
2007/11/23 3 $16,538,666 -40% 3,218 $5,139   $56,633,821 10
2007/11/30 2 $8,208,565 -50% 3,249 $2,526   $68,939,986 17
2007/12/07 5 $4,536,667 -45% 2,976 $1,524   $76,119,822 24
2007/12/14 12 $1,380,513 -70% 1,659 $832   $79,259,394 31
2007/12/21 20 $374,112 -73% 352 $1,063   $80,420,514 38
2007/12/28 22 $301,577 -19% 290 $1,040   $81,080,154 45
2008/01/04 26 $206,417 -32% 215 $960   $81,512,692 52
2008/01/11 34 $133,273 -35% 126 $1,058   $81,736,659 59
2008/01/18 33 $185,113 +39% 251 $738   $81,978,835 66
2008/01/25 38 $101,380 -45% 214 $474   $82,161,969 73

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/16 1 $10,005,134   3,153 $3,173   $10,005,134 1
2007/11/17 1 $10,498,103 +5% 3,153 $3,330   $20,503,237 2
2007/11/18 1 $7,012,634 -33% 3,153 $2,224   $27,515,871 3
2007/11/19 1 $2,654,523 -62% 3,153 $842   $30,170,394 4
2007/11/20 1 $2,876,023 +8% 3,153 $912   $33,046,417 5
2007/11/21 4 $3,466,684 +21% 3,218 $1,077   $36,513,101 6
2007/11/22 3 $3,582,054 +3% 3,218 $1,113   $40,095,155 7
2007/11/23 3 $6,502,242 +82% 3,218 $2,021   $46,597,397 8
2007/11/24 3 $6,362,257 -2% 3,218 $1,977   $52,959,654 9
2007/11/25 2 $3,674,167 -42% 3,218 $1,142   $56,633,821 10
2007/11/26 2 $1,085,193 -70% 3,218 $337   $57,719,014 11
2007/11/27 2 $1,040,502 -4% 3,218 $323   $58,759,516 12
2007/11/28 2 $1,012,139 -3% 3,218 $315   $59,771,655 13
2007/11/29 2 $959,766 -5% 3,218 $298   $60,731,421 14
2007/11/30 2 $2,477,310 +158% 3,249 $762   $63,208,731 15
2007/12/01 3 $3,489,719 +41% 3,249 $1,074   $66,698,450 16
2007/12/02 2 $2,241,536 -36% 3,249 $690   $68,939,986 17
2007/12/03 2 $653,642 -71% 3,249 $201   $69,593,628 18
2007/12/04 2 $677,773 +4% 3,249 $209   $70,271,401 19
2007/12/05 2 $644,417 -5% 3,249 $198   $70,915,818 20
2007/12/06 2 $667,337 +4% 3,249 $205   $71,583,155 21
2007/12/07 4 $1,321,425 +98% 2,976 $444   $72,904,580 22
2007/12/08 5 $1,962,989 +49% 2,976 $660   $74,867,569 23
2007/12/09 3 $1,252,253 -36% 2,976 $421   $76,119,822 24
2007/12/10 3 $453,938 -64% 2,976 $153   $76,573,760 25
2007/12/11 3 $480,690 +6% 2,976 $162   $77,054,450 26
2007/12/12 4 $428,483 -11% 2,976 $144   $77,482,933 27
2007/12/13 4 $395,948 -8% 2,976 $133   $77,878,881 28
2007/12/14 12 $438,437 +11% 1,659 $264   $78,317,318 29
2007/12/15 12 $557,453 +27% 1,659 $336   $78,874,771 30
2007/12/16 12 $384,623 -31% 1,659 $232   $79,259,394 31
2007/12/17 10 $184,269 -52% 1,659 $111   $79,443,663 32
2007/12/18 10 $189,104 +3% 1,659 $114   $79,632,767 33
2007/12/19 11 $201,519 +7% 1,659 $121   $79,834,286 34
2007/12/20 11 $212,116 +5% 1,659 $128   $80,046,402 35
2007/12/21 - $102,325 -52% 352 $291   $80,148,727 36
2007/12/22 - $139,679 +37% 352 $397   $80,288,406 37
2007/12/23 - $132,108 -5% 352 $375   $80,420,514 38
2007/12/24 - $70,357 -47% 352 $200   $80,490,871 39
2007/12/25 - $95,362 +36% 352 $271   $80,586,233 40
2007/12/26 - $93,384 -2% 352 $265   $80,679,617 41
2007/12/27 - $98,960 +6% 352 $281   $80,778,577 42
2007/12/28 - $91,134 -8% 290 $314   $80,869,711 43
2007/12/29 - $107,952 +18% 290 $372   $80,977,663 44
2007/12/30 - $102,491 -5% 290 $353   $81,080,154 45
2007/12/31 - $48,504 -53% 290 $167   $81,128,658 46
2008/01/01 - $76,542 +58% 290 $264   $81,205,200 47
2008/01/02 - $52,034 -32% 290 $179   $81,257,234 48
2008/01/03 - $49,041 -6% 290 $169   $81,306,275 49
2008/01/04 - $60,567 +24% 215 $282   $81,366,842 50
2008/01/05 - $90,491 +49% 215 $421   $81,457,333 51
2008/01/06 - $55,359 -39% 215 $257   $81,512,692 52
2008/01/07 - $20,582 -63% 215 $96   $81,533,274 53
2008/01/08 - $23,244 +13% 215 $108   $81,556,518 54
2008/01/09 - $23,676 +2% 215 $110   $81,580,194 55
2008/01/10 - $23,192 -2% 215 $108   $81,603,386 56
2008/01/11 - $38,832 +67% 126 $308   $81,642,218 57
2008/01/12 - $59,408 +53% 126 $471   $81,701,626 58
2008/01/13 - $35,033 -41% 126 $278   $81,736,659 59
2008/01/14 - $11,795 -66% 126 $94   $81,748,454 60
2008/01/15 - $13,971 +18% 126 $111   $81,762,425 61
2008/01/16 - $13,380 -4% 126 $106   $81,775,806 62
2008/01/17 - $17,916 +34% 126 $142   $81,793,722 63
2008/01/18 - $48,398 +170% 251 $193   $81,842,120 64
2008/01/19 - $78,481 +62% 251 $313   $81,920,601 65
2008/01/20 - $58,234 -26% 251 $232   $81,978,835 66
2008/01/21 35 $35,877 -38% 251 $143   $82,014,712 67
2008/01/22 - $15,018 -58% 251 $60   $82,029,730 68
2008/01/23 - $14,189 -6% 251 $57   $82,043,919 69
2008/01/24 - $16,670 +17% 251 $66   $82,060,589 70
2008/01/25 - $25,439 +53% 214 $119   $82,086,028 71
2008/01/26 - $45,783 +80% 214 $214   $82,131,811 72
2008/01/27 - $30,158 -34% 214 $141   $82,161,969 73
2008/01/28 - $8,236 -73% 214 $38   $82,170,205 74
2008/01/29 - $8,149 -1% 214 $38   $82,178,354 75
2008/01/30 - $8,139 n/c 214 $38   $82,186,493 76
2008/01/31 - $8,722 +7% 214 $41   $82,195,215 77

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/16 1 $40,095,155   3,153 $12,717   $40,095,155 7
2007/11/23 2 $20,636,266 -49% 3,218 $6,413   $60,731,421 14
2007/11/30 2 $10,851,734 -47% 3,249 $3,340   $71,583,155 21
2007/12/07 3 $6,295,726 -42% 2,976 $2,115   $77,878,881 28
2007/12/14 12 $2,167,521 -66% 1,659 $1,307   $80,046,402 35
2007/12/21 22 $732,175 -66% 352 $2,080   $80,778,577 42
2007/12/28 22 $527,698 -28% 290 $1,820   $81,306,275 49
2008/01/04 26 $297,111 -44% 215 $1,382   $81,603,386 56
2008/01/11 32 $190,336 -36% 126 $1,511   $81,793,722 63
2008/01/18 35 $266,867 +40% 251 $1,063   $82,060,589 70
2008/01/25 40 $134,626 -50% 214 $629   $82,195,215 77

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/2/200811,065,888 1,065,888$20,187,919$20,187,9191
3/9/20084284,491-73% 1,350,379$5,388,260$25,576,1782
3/16/200811139,525-51% 1,489,904$2,652,370$28,228,5493
3/23/200817116,273-17% 1,606,177$2,206,862$30,435,4104
3/30/20081546,514-60% 1,652,691$883,301$31,318,7115
4/6/20081744,008-5% 1,696,699$838,352$32,157,0636
4/13/20081943,572-1% 1,740,271$829,611$32,986,6747
4/20/20082638,389-12% 1,778,660$728,239$33,714,9148

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