Blades of Glory

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $118,594,548Details
International Box Office $27,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $145,594,548
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $52,941,470 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $52,941,470
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
69% - Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$61,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 30th, 2007 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: August 28th, 2007 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, language, a comic violent image and some drug references
Running Time: 93 minutes
Keywords: Figure Skating, Winter Sports, Olympics, Miscellaneous Sports
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Pictures, Red Hour Productions, Smart Entertainment

Cast

   Chazz Michael Michaels
   Jimmy MacElroy
Will Arnett    Stranz Van Waldenberg
Amy Poehler    Fairchild Van Waldenberg
Craig T. Nelson    Coach
Jenna Fischer    Katie Van Waldenberg
William Fichtner    Darren MacElroy
Nick Swardson    Hector
Romany Malco    Jesse
Andy Richter    Mountie #1
Luke Wilson    Sex Class Counselor
Rob Corddry   

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Screenwriter    Jeff Cox
Screenwriter    Craig Cox
Screenwriter    John Altschuler
Screenwriter    Dave Krinsky
Producer    Ben Stiller
Producer    Stuart Cornfeld
Producer    John Jacobs
Executive Producer    Marty Ewing
Co-Producer    Colin O'Reilly
Cinematographer    Stefan Czapsky
Composer    Richard Pearson
Composer    Theodore Shapiro
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Production Designer    Stephen Lineweaver
Art Director    Seth Reed
Set Designer    Robert Johnson
Set Designer    Jane Wuu
Set Designer    Lynn Christopher
Set Decorator    Jay Robert Hart
Set Decorator    Robert Greenfield
Costume Designer    Julie Weiss
Make-up and Hair Designer    Sheree Morgan
Sound Mixer    David McMillan
Sound Mixer    Petur Hliddal
Sound Designer    Mark Mangini
Visual Effects Supervisor    Mark Breakspear
Visual Effects Producer    Randall Starr
Associate Producer    Patrick Esposito
Associate Producer    Lara Breay
Associate Producer    Peter Kohn
Assistant Director    Peter Kohn
Second Unit Director    Doug Coleman
Casting Director    Juel Bestrop
Casting Director    Seth Yanklewitz

DVD Releases for June 3, 2008

This was a bad week for big movies, with not a single first run release is even worth rating a solid purchase, never mind being a contender for DVD Pick of the Week. There were a few other contenders for the title, including Dirty Harry Collection on DVD or Blu-ray. However, I found it impossible to decide which format was the better deal. Had the Blu-ray provided anything more than High Definition, or been a more reasonable price compared to the DVD, it would have been an easier choice. One of them is the DVD Pick of the Week, I just don't know which one. On a side note, there is an immense flood of Blu-ray releases, including a few I thought were coming out previously. More...

DVD Releases for May 20, 2008

This week's list is dominated by Blu-ray releases. This is not surprising as this is the first week Paramount has released Blu-ray discs after dropping the format last August for an exclusive HD DVD commitment. However, it is another Blu-ray release that caught my eye: the National Treasure Blu-ray Two-Pack. This is the best format has to offer this week, but it is not the best movie coming out. If you want the DVD Pick of the Week, you have to grab Night of the Living Dead Buy from Amazon. More...

DVD Rentals - Competition Barely Bugs Knocked Up

New releases took the top two spots on the DVD rental chart with Knocked Up taking in $10.11 million during its opening week. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Show Quantity over Quality

New releases were dominant on this week's rental chart with ten charting, including first place We Are... Marshall and its $4.59 million in rentals. More...

DVD Rentals - People Stay Away From New Releases

There was only one new release to reach the top ten this week, but there were a couple of changes in the top five. However, not in first place as Blades of Glory earned the hat trick with $5.49 million for the week and $21.99 million after three. More...

DVD Sales - People Turn to TV on DVD as Skies Turn Grey

The Fall TV schedule helped boost TV on DVD sales as five of the six new releases to chart this week were from that category. This includes the new number one DVD, Grey's Anatomy - The Complete Third Season - Seriously Extended, which sold 365,000 units for opening week sales of $13.51 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Summer Repeats

There wasn't a single new release in the top five this week leaving the rankings identical to last week. This meant Blades of Glory remained in first place with $7.03 million in rental for the week and $16.50 after two. More...

DVD Sales - TV on DVD Dominates Sales Chart

With the fall TV schedule about to start, TV shows on DVD dominated both the new release list and the sales chart, including The Office - Season Three taking first place. That release sold 410,000 units for $13.11 million in sales. More...

DVD Rentals - Blades Leads a Quartet of New Releases

There was only one new release to reach the top five this week, or the top ten for that matter, as Blades of Glory opened with $9.47 million in rentals. More...

DVD Sales - Blades Glide into First Place

New releases were not that plentiful on the sales chart this week, but they did take the top two spots with Blades of Glory leading the way. Over its first week of release, the film sold 905,000 units for a total of $14.48 million in sales. More...

DVD Releases for August 28, 2007

The last week in summer brings with it a mixed bag of DVD releases, very few of which are top-notch releases. There are a few that are worth picking up though, and two that are clear contenders for DVD Pick of the Week: Heroes - The Complete First Season and Heroes - The Complete First Season - HD-DVD edition. This is the first time a high definition release has won the DVD Pick of the Week, and while the format war will drag on at least one more year, we should start seeing more and more releases take the top prize before that happens. More...

International Details - Transformers Remains Hair-raising

The Transformers held on strong dipping just 7% to $33.77 million on 4626 screens in 41 markets for a total of $192.44 million. This includes an estimated $6.4 million from previews in the U.K. The film's only major opening of the weekend was Mexico where it placed first with $5.46 million on 410 screens pushing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix into second place. The Transformers also continued its amazing run in South Korea adding $3.12 million on 442 screens for a running tally of $46.21 million, which is like making $500 million here given the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

International Details - Pirates Still Have Some Fight Left in Them

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End remained in sixth place with $8.94 million on 5442 screens in 101 markets for a total of $624.93 million. Internationally the film is in fifth place all-time and should top Dead Man's Chest shortly. Worldwide, it is also in fifth place but Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone's $974.56 million seems safe. As for At World's End's individual markets, the U.K. is still ahead of Japan $80.06 million to $77.58 million. However, Japan is catching up $2.28 million on 674 screens compared to just $738,000 on 357 in the U.K. At this pace Japan will need just two weeks to become the film's biggest draw. More...

International Details - Pirates Ship Starts to Sink

Some very interesting news on the international front this weekend regarding Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. First of all, it fell out of the top five; however, it was still able to pull in more than $10 million over the weekend. Not too long ago it was a chore to find a dozen films that cracked $1 million, while this past weekend we had 6 that earned $10 million or more. Over the weekend the film added $14.02 million on 5775 screens in 104 markets for a total of $608.89 million internationally. It is the sixth film to cross $600 million internationally and is now in fifth place on that chart. Worldwide the film has $906.89 million making it the ninth highest grosser of all time. The U.K. is still the film's best market at $78.51 million compared to second pace Japan where it has made $74.02 million. However, that gap continues to narrow with the film making $3.23 million on 691 screens in the latter and $1.37 million on 401 screens in the former. More...

International Details - Black Mark at the Box Office

There was a troubling lack of final results this week and this results in a few studio estimates with some of the numbers. However, it appears that Black House was able to place fourth on the international charts after winning the box office race in South Korea The film was able to top its native market with $2.71 million on 325 screens over the weekend and $3.35 million in total. More...

International Details - Bean Takes a Holiday from the Top Five

Mr. Bean's Holiday fell one spot out of the top five this weekend despite showing some significant growth. The film did have a few openings, including a third place $165,000 debut on 56 screens in Turkey, but its biggest market was Germany where it grew 44% to $651,000 on 577 screens for the weekend and $22.52 million in total. Overall the film added $3.47 million on 2634 screens in 43 markets for a total of $176.19 million internationally with debuts in South Korea, Japan, and China, yet to come, (and of course it doesn't open here till August). More...

International Details - Slow Week Outside of Spider-Man

The competition is still being pushed down by Spider-Man 3 and although there were half a dozen new releases to chart this week, it was still impossible to fill out a top 30 chart with any real details. For instance, Next had no major openings and its best midlevel was a second place debut in Malaysia with $115,000 on 30 screens. However, it was still able to remain in sixth place with $2.45 million on 1347 screens in 19 markets while its running total has grown to $18.94 million. More...

International Details - 300\'s Last Stab at Glory

300 was knocked out of the top five this week but still added $3.82 million on 3,537 screens in 52 markets for a total of $223.77 million. The film has yet to open in Japan, but that's about it at this point and there's little hope that the movie will hit any more milestones from now until then. However, it is already a massive hit and a huge financial boon for the studio, so everything it does earn will be pure gravy. More...

April Ends with an Ugh

Wow. That was one of the worst weekends I can remember. There was almost nothing worth celebrating as the overall box office dipped by 12% from last weekend to $78 million. That's nearly 24% lower than the same weekend last year and probably the worst weekend in more than a year. (We'll have more details on that when the box office chart is certified later this week.) The only silver lining I can think of is a possible reason for this massive dip. In my opinion, a lot of people who thought about going to the movies this weekend likely said, "Let's wait a week and catch Spider-man 3 instead." I can't prove this happened, but this time next weekend if Spider-man 3 has broken records, we'll know that it is a likely scenario. More...

International Details - Reaping the Rewards

The Reaping climbed into sixth place this past weekend with $5.98 million on 2634 screens in 39 markets for a total of just $20.38 million. The film had a couple respectable openings including South Korea where it made $1.17 million on 129 screens over the weekend and $1.34 million in total while it took in $335,000 in Brazil. However, in most markets the film stumbled, like in France where is placed seventh with $684,000 or the the U.K. where it placed eighth with $622,000 on 282 screens. The film debuted in ninth place in Australia, ($405,000 on 133 screens); in Russia, ($261,000 on 111); and in Germany, ($247,000 on 201). Mexico became the film's best market as it has pulled in $4.45 million in three weeks, including $589,000 on 350 screens this past weekend; this is just ahead of the $4.25 million the film has earned in Spain, but it only managed $334,000 on 299 screens this past weekend and will quickly disappear there. More...

Disturbing News for New Releases

It was a slow weekend at the box office as most of the new releases, and a couple of the holdovers, were unable to live up to expectations. How slow was it? The overall box office dropped below $100 million. It fell 25% from last weekend to just $89 million and that's a severe 19% drop-off from the same weekend last year. In fact this was the worst weekend since last September. However, it is important to note that overall 2007 is still ahead of last year's pace by 5% and most analysts expect many, many records to fall this summer. More...

International Details - Sun Shines during Sophomore Stint

Sunshine climbed into sixth place with $5.20 million on 1866 screens in 30 markets for a total of $10.20 million. However, while it nearly doubled last week's opening, this was entirely due to the film's expansion. Its biggest market of the weekend was France where it placed fourth with $1.36 million on 339 screens while it placed eighth in its debut in Australia with just $611,000 on 161 screens. On the other hand, the film only managed $508,000 on 192 screens during its debut in Japan and while likely see a sharp drop-off next weekend given its weak per screen average. Meanwhile in the U.K. the film suffered the worst week-to-week drop-off in the top ten down 57% to $879,000 on 409 screens over the weekend and a total of $4.45 million in total. More...

Will a New Release find a Vacancy on Top of the Charts?

Another week, another batch of new movies that are hoping to find a spot in the top ten. While there are four wide - or wide-ish - releases, none are tracking with any real strength and there's a good chance Disturbia will be a repeat winner this weekend. However, two newcomers, Fracture and Vacancy, stand a catch of stealing first. All three films are so evenly matched, we might not know the winner until the final numbers are released on Monday. More...

Friday the 13th Produces some Scary Box Office Numbers

The weekend box office numbers were mixed. On the one hand, there was a small drop in the overall box office numbers with the total ticket sales coming in at $119 million, which was 4% lower than last weekend and 1% lower than the same weekend last year. However, while that's hardly a reason to worry, there were six wide releases meaning the merely average box office numbers had to divided up amongst a crowded field and that really hurt a lot of the new releases. In fact, only one of the six had any real reason to celebrate. More...

International Details - Hogs Gone Wild

Wild Hogs had its best performance of its run so far climbing into sixth place with $3.33 million on 817 screens in 8 markets for a total of $18.43 million after a month of release. About half of that came from the film's number one debut in Mexico where it earned $1.33 million on 355 screens over the weekend and $1.67 million including previews while the film did reasonable business in Taiwan with $345,000 on 40. Its best market to date has been Australia where the film has earned $11.30 million, including $907,000 on 263 screens this past weekend. More...

Six New Releases Search for Box Office Glory

There's six new wide releases this weekend, but the overwhelming thought I have when checking them out is, "ZZZZZzzzzzzzz." There are two reasons for this. Firstly, there's not much here to get excited about; most are opening in less than 2,000 theaters and most are earning reviews that are terrible. Because of this, none look to be runaway hits at the box office; in fact, there's talk that Blades of Glory will again win the weekend box office race. The second reason for the snores above, last night was the start of the NHL playoffs and the Canucks played their first two games. Or at least that's how long game one lasted. Four overtime periods. So tired. Oh so tired. At least they won. More...

Blades Cut Newcomers down to Size

No new release made much noise at the box office this weekend and, even with the holdovers holding on better than expected, the overall box office still slipped to $124 million. That's roughly 3% lower than last weekend, but still 8% higher than the same weekend last year. Hopefully the new releases going 0 for 4 this weekend is a momentary blip and not a sign of weakness in the marketplace. More...

Grinding the Competition to Dust

While there are four wide releases opening this Easter weekend, only one of them, Grindhouse, is given much of a shot at first place. The rest of the new releases are tracking for a middling start, a weak opening and a disastrous debut. More...

Corrected - Weekend Estimates: Blades Skates to Glory

Blades of Glory made an impressive entrance over the weekend, earning $33 million, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Its total was very much in line with our prediction on Friday, as it benefited from wide audience appeal. Meet the Robinsons, meanwhile, also had a good weekend, earning $25.1 million, as it drew in family audiences. More...

Blades Cut Competition to Shreds

March ended on a similar tone as it began, but not as strong as recent weeks. Overall the weekend total gross was $128 million, down 5% from last weekend. That is also down 10% from the same weekend last year. However, it is important to note that was the weekend Ice Age: The Meltdown opened with nearly $70 million and 2007 is still 6% ahead of 2006's pace. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 24 - March 30, 2007

Awesome. We are finally getting some major updates to the summer blockbuster movies. The ones people are watching to see if they break records. This includes the first half of the massively interactive website for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Official Site. And while the site isn't done yet, it is still more than enough to win the Weekly Website Award. More...

Will March Go Out Like a Lamb?

March started like a lion when Wild Hogs opened to nearly $40 million and was even more ferocious the weekend after that when 300 broke records. It is folklore that if March starts like a lion, it ends like a lamb. So what does this mean for this week's box office? Nothing, it's just folklore. The box office looks very vigorous this weekend with two top-tier releases opening at saturation level (3,000 or more theaters). As an added bonus, both films are aimed at different target demographics, so both could be big hits. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 17 - March 23, 2007

Good week for trailers with several on the list, including a trio of major summer blockbusters. However, while those site will obviously generate the most traffic, they are not award-worthy sites, (at least not yet). The best site this week is Pathfinder - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 10 - March 16, 2007

We are starting to get some serious updates on the websites for the summer blockbusters, however, it will be a few more weeks before this list is dominated by such films. In the meantime, it is a website for a new release, Dead Silence - Official Site, that is the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 24 - March 2, 2007

Just an average week in terms of updates, but there are a couple sites of note including the winner of the Weekly Website Award, Wild Hogs - Official Site. More...

2007 Preview: March

March, a month without a holiday. In fact, It's the only month without any holidays to help boost the box office and this prevents studios from releasing big blockbusters. However, it is not the weakest month either and there are a few midlevel hits coming out over the next four weeks and even a couple that could top $100 million More...

Movie Website Updates for February 17 - February 23, 2007

Big week in terms of flash sites launching, but a tough one when it comes to picking a winner. There were several sites that were contenders, and a few that will likely be winners after a few more updates, but none that stood out as the best for the week. It's almost like there were so many that were so close to winning the award that none were able to stand out and get me excited. However, there was one site that was updated this week that did, The Simpsons Movie - Official Site. This site did get a new look, but the real draw here is the first full trailer, to go along with the three previous teasers. Is that enough to make it award worthy? No. But while my rational side was distracted by a game of Sudoku the Fanboy in me made that decisions, and all Fanboy freak-outs are legally binding. Hopefully the final site will live up to the award. I have a feeling it will. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 13 - January 19, 2007

Another slow week, but its been that way for a while. I'm hoping that will change when the summer blockbusters start launching their full sites soon, in fact, Spider-Man 3's Official Site did go live this week, but it is mostly marked coming soon and too soon to give it the award just yet. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 6 - January 12, 2007

A slow week, but that's not surprising. The movie industry is seasonal with peaks and valleys throughout the year. With movie websites, there tends to be the same peaks and valleys, just a few months earlier. (The same is true for DVDs, just a few months later.) While there are a few sites on this week's list that show promise, there are none that are really award-worthy. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/03/30 1 $12,375,952   3,372 $3,670   $12,375,952 1
2007/03/31 1 $12,325,990 n/c 3,372 $3,655   $24,701,942 2
2007/04/01 1 $8,312,260 -33% 3,372 $2,465   $33,014,202 3
2007/04/02 1 $2,554,215 -69% 3,372 $757   $35,568,417 4
2007/04/03 1 $2,732,085 +7% 3,372 $810   $38,300,502 5
2007/04/04 1 $3,011,327 +10% 3,372 $893   $41,311,829 6
2007/04/05 1 $4,071,078 +35% 3,372 $1,207   $45,382,907 7
2007/04/06 1 $8,802,381 +116% 3,410 $2,581   $54,185,288 8
2007/04/07 1 $8,830,454 n/c 3,410 $2,590   $63,015,742 9
2007/04/08 1 $4,889,495 -45% 3,410 $1,434   $67,905,237 10
2007/04/09 2 $2,804,689 -43% 3,410 $822   $70,709,926 11
2007/04/10 1 $1,891,777 -33% 3,410 $555   $72,601,703 12
2007/04/11 1 $1,762,052 -7% 3,410 $517   $74,363,755 13
2007/04/12 1 $1,766,263 n/c 3,410 $518   $76,130,018 14
2007/04/13 2 $4,436,854 +151% 3,467 $1,280   $80,566,872 15
2007/04/14 2 $6,037,900 +36% 3,467 $1,742   $86,604,772 16
2007/04/15 3 $3,351,632 -44% 3,467 $967   $89,956,404 17
2007/04/16 2 $919,107 -73% 3,467 $265   $90,875,511 18
2007/04/17 2 $825,312 -10% 3,467 $238   $91,700,823 19
2007/04/18 2 $809,662 -2% 3,467 $234   $92,510,485 20
2007/04/19 2 $763,385 -6% 3,467 $220   $93,273,870 21
2007/04/20 4 $2,501,886 +228% 3,459 $723   $95,775,756 22
2007/04/21 3 $3,417,332 +37% 3,459 $988   $99,193,088 23
2007/04/22 5 $1,758,351 -49% 3,459 $508   $100,951,439 24
2007/04/23 4 $474,298 -73% 3,459 $137   $101,425,737 25
2007/04/24 4 $481,772 +2% 3,459 $139   $101,907,509 26
2007/04/25 4 $480,649 n/c 3,459 $139   $102,388,158 27
2007/04/26 4 $498,219 +4% 3,459 $144   $102,886,377 28
2007/04/27 5 $1,690,321 +239% 3,056 $553   $104,576,698 29
2007/04/28 5 $2,335,185 +38% 3,056 $764   $106,911,883 30
2007/04/29 7 $1,138,858 -51% 3,056 $373   $108,050,741 31
2007/04/30 6 $334,770 -71% 3,056 $110   $108,385,511 32
2007/05/01 6 $333,137 n/c 3,056 $109   $108,718,648 33
2007/05/02 6 $318,937 -4% 3,056 $104   $109,037,585 34
2007/05/03 6 $291,696 -9% 3,056 $95   $109,329,281 35
2007/05/04 7 $856,829 +194% 2,113 $406   $110,186,110 36
2007/05/05 8 $948,612 +11% 2,113 $449   $111,134,722 37
2007/05/06 9 $603,665 -36% 2,113 $286   $111,738,387 38
2007/05/07 8 $169,001 -72% 2,113 $80   $111,907,388 39
2007/05/08 8 $169,400 n/c 2,113 $80   $112,076,788 40
2007/05/09 8 $175,693 +4% 2,113 $83   $112,252,481 41
2007/05/10 8 $171,291 -3% 2,113 $81   $112,423,772 42
2007/05/11 11 $428,898 +150% 1,436 $299   $112,852,670 43
2007/05/12 11 $607,343 +42% 1,436 $423   $113,460,013 44
2007/05/13 11 $414,353 -32% 1,436 $289   $113,874,366 45
2007/05/14 12 $120,317 -71% 1,436 $84   $113,994,683 46
2007/05/15 13 $122,800 +2% 1,436 $86   $114,117,483 47
2007/05/16 12 $128,025 +4% 1,436 $89   $114,245,508 48
2007/05/17 13 $109,093 -15% 1,436 $76   $114,354,601 49
2007/05/18 10 $352,595 +223% 812 $434   $114,707,196 50
2007/05/19 10 $486,900 +38% 812 $600   $115,194,096 51
2007/05/20 12 $252,487 -48% 812 $311   $115,446,583 52
2007/05/21 13 $77,658 -69% 812 $96   $115,524,241 53
2007/05/22 12 $71,741 -8% 812 $88   $115,595,982 54
2007/05/23 - $69,871 -3% 812 $86   $115,665,853 55
2007/05/24 13 $57,997 -17% 812 $71   $115,723,850 56
2007/05/25 12 $172,873 +198% 317 $545   $115,896,723 57
2007/05/26 12 $212,410 +23% 317 $670   $116,109,133 58
2007/05/27 12 $185,396 -13% 317 $585   $116,294,529 59
2007/05/28 20 $72,467 -61% 317 $229   $116,366,996 60
2007/05/29 - $37,052 -49% 317 $117   $116,404,048 61
2007/05/30 - $31,115 -16% 317 $98   $116,435,163 62
2007/05/31 - $35,082 +13% 317 $111   $116,470,245 63
2007/06/01 - $103,789 +196% 242 $429   $116,574,034 64
2007/06/02 - $141,091 +36% 242 $583   $116,715,125 65
2007/06/03 - $58,148 -59% 242 $240   $116,773,273 66
2007/06/04 - $19,906 -66% 242 $82   $116,793,179 67
2007/06/05 - $24,236 +22% 242 $100   $116,817,415 68
2007/06/06 - $23,993 -1% 317 $76   $116,841,408 69
2007/06/07 - $25,635 +7% 242 $106   $116,867,043 70
2007/06/08 - $48,647 +90% 164 $297   $116,915,690 71
2007/06/09 - $69,542 +43% 164 $424   $116,985,232 72
2007/06/10 - $33,685 -52% 164 $205   $117,018,917 73
2007/06/11 - $16,934 -50% 164 $103   $117,035,851 74
2007/06/12 - $19,219 +13% 164 $117   $117,055,070 75
2007/06/13 - $18,811 -2% 164 $115   $117,073,881 76
2007/06/14 - $18,591 -1% 164 $113   $117,092,472 77
2007/06/15 - $30,778 +66% 120 $256   $117,123,250 78
2007/06/16 - $40,916 +33% 120 $341   $117,164,166 79
2007/06/17 - $27,552 -33% 120 $230   $117,191,718 80
2007/06/18 - $15,511 -44% 120 $129   $117,207,229 81
2007/06/19 - $17,053 +10% 120 $142   $117,224,282 82
2007/06/20 - $16,130 -5% 120 $134   $117,240,412 83
2007/06/21 - $16,587 +3% 120 $138   $117,256,999 84
2007/06/22 - $80,632 +386% 301 $268   $117,337,631 85
2007/06/23 - $101,069 +25% 301 $336   $117,438,700 86
2007/06/24 - $79,797 -21% 301 $265   $117,518,497 87
2007/06/25 - $43,811 -45% 301 $146   $117,562,308 88
2007/06/26 - $48,577 +11% 301 $161   $117,610,885 89
2007/06/27 - $45,882 -6% 301 $152   $117,656,767 90
2007/06/28 - $45,752 n/c 301 $152   $117,702,519 91
2007/06/29 - $55,310 +21% 275 $201   $117,757,829 92
2007/06/30 - $67,916 +23% 275 $247   $117,825,745 93
2007/07/01 - $55,742 -18% 275 $203   $117,881,487 94
2007/07/02 - $30,782 -45% 275 $112   $117,912,269 95
2007/07/03 - $34,004 +10% 275 $124   $117,946,273 96
2007/07/04 - $31,644 -7% 275 $115   $117,977,917 97
2007/07/05 - $34,813 +10% 275 $127   $118,012,730 98
2007/07/06 - $42,766 +23% 234 $183   $118,055,496 99
2007/07/07 - $55,883 +31% 234 $239   $118,111,379 100
2007/07/08 - $42,154 -25% 234 $180   $118,153,533 101
2007/07/09 - $22,332 -47% 234 $95   $118,175,865 102
2007/07/10 - $24,569 +10% 234 $105   $118,200,434 103
2007/07/11 - $22,929 -7% 234 $98   $118,223,363 104
2007/07/12 - $22,479 -2% 234 $96   $118,245,842 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/03/30 1 $33,014,202   3,372 $9,791   $33,014,202 3
2007/04/06 1 $22,522,330 -32% 3,410 $6,605   $67,905,237 10
2007/04/13 2 $13,826,386 -39% 3,467 $3,988   $89,956,404 17
2007/04/20 3 $7,677,569 -44% 3,459 $2,220   $100,951,439 24
2007/04/27 5 $5,164,364 -33% 3,056 $1,690   $108,050,741 31
2007/05/04 8 $2,409,106 -53% 2,113 $1,140   $111,738,387 38
2007/05/11 11 $1,450,594 -40% 1,436 $1,010   $113,874,366 45
2007/05/18 10 $1,091,982 -25% 812 $1,345   $115,446,583 52
2007/05/25 13 $570,679 -48% 317 $1,800   $116,294,529 59
2007/06/01 18 $303,028 -47% 242 $1,252   $116,773,273 66
2007/06/08 24 $151,874 -50% 164 $926   $117,018,917 73
2007/06/15 26 $99,246 -35% 120 $827   $117,191,718 80
2007/06/22 19 $261,498 +163% 301 $869   $117,518,497 87
2007/06/29 23 $178,968 -32% 275 $651   $117,881,487 94
2007/07/06 27 $140,803 -21% 0     $118,153,533 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/2/200711,100,431 1,100,431$17,595,892$17,595,8921
9/9/20072436,195-60% 1,536,626$6,974,758$24,570,6502
9/16/20073143,370-67% 1,679,996$2,292,486$26,863,1363
9/23/20071293,351-35% 1,773,347$1,662,880$28,526,0164
9/30/20071485,314-9% 1,858,661$1,530,115$30,056,1315
10/7/20071470,460-17% 1,929,121$1,340,903$31,397,0346
11/25/200730347,819 2,472,806$4,591,211$39,967,25213
12/2/200730113,556-67% 2,586,362$2,115,548$42,082,80014

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