The Blind Side

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $255,959,475Details
International Box Office $49,746,320
Worldwide Box Office $305,705,795
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $122,861,530 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $15,194,389 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $138,055,919
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
66% - Fresh
Audience
85% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 20th, 2009 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: March 23rd, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For one scene involving brief violence, drug and sexual references
Keywords: Football, Inspirational Sports, Inspired by a True Story
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Alcon Entertainment, Gil Netter

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DVD Sales: Toys Retake Top Spot

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DVD Sales: Avatar Annihilates Competition, Records

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International Details: Date Night Dips in Popularity

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DVD Sales: Squeakquel Win is Elemental

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International Details: Foreign Releases Go Lala

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International Details: Shutter Slips to Sixth

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DVD Sales: Blind Siding the Competition

There were several new releases on the sales chart this week; as many as nine, depending on how you look at things. The best selling DVD was definitely a new release: The Blind Side sold 2.54 million units generating $41.63 million in sales. More...

International Top Five: Dragon Soars, But Alice Still Wonderful

A couple of major market debuts helped Alice in Wonderland keep its hold on first place, with $50.63 million on 8369 screens in 51 markets for a total of $367.77 million internationally and $661.30 million worldwide. In France it debuted in first place with $11.67 million on 735 screens, while it opened with $5.1 million on 450 screens in China. The film added $3.74 million on 510 screens in the U.K. for a total of $52.18 million, which is the film's best single foreign market. By this time next week it should have crossed the $400 million mark internationally and $700 million worldwide. $800 million is practically a lock at this point. Depending on how well it does in Spain, Japan, and Brazil, it could finish with more than $900 million. It has done particularly well in Mexico, with a running tally of $22.56 million. This bodes well for its chances in Spain and Brazil. However, it hasn't managed the same success in South Korea, with $16.95 million. This could be an omen for its run in Japan. More...

International Details: Just Another Week on the International Chart

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 23rd, 2010

An excellent week with at least four releases that are worthy of Pick of the Week honors: The African Queen, Mad Men: Season Three, and both Toy Story Blu-rays. (In addition, there are several other releases that are worth picking up.) I found it impossible to limit my pick to just one, so I'm going with the Toy Story and Toy Story 2 Blu-ray / DVD Combo sets as the Pick of the Week. More...

International Details: Things are Looking Up for The Round Up

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International Details: Princess hits Regal Milestone

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Oscar Predictions: Avatar Marginal Favorite for Best Picture

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We've received all the votes now, and are ready to make predictions in all categories. Percentage figures are the percentage of The Numbers readers who believe a movie or performance will win. They are a rough guide to how likely a particular movie is to win in a category. More...

International Details: Princess Still Powerful

The Princess and the Frog may have slipped out of the top five internationally, but it still added $8.32 million on 3053 screens in 28 markets for a total of $143.18 million. It had no major market openings again this week, but it added $2.84 million on 689 screens over the weekend in France for a total of $27.30 million after a month of release there. This weekend the film debuted in Japan, which could help it return to the top five. Regardless, it has made enough money that it should show a profit, eventually. More...

Awards Season - And the Oscar Goes To...

The Oscars are being handed out as we speak and I will be updating our list of nominees with some of the winners as they happen. So far we've seen a few awards handed out, but no surprises. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Picture

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Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

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And a Very, Very Happy New Year

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2010 continued the record-breaking ways of 2009 thanks to incredible holds by most films in the top ten. In fact, all but one film we talked about on Thursday topped expectations, sometimes by margins that are difficult to believe. Overall ticket sales were $220 million, which is 21% lower than last weekend, but a stunning 44% higher than last year. 2009 ended the year with an estimated total of $10.60 billion, which was more than 10% higher than last year's final tally, and almost $1 billion more than the previous record. Simply amazing. More...

Weekend Estimates: Avatar Continues Record-Breaking Run

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Holdovers Ring in the New Year

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Merry Christmas for All

The final weekend of 2009 turned into a record-breaker with two massive new releases and a holdover that still managed to come out on top. Overall the box office pulled in an estimated $278 million over the weekend, which crushed the previous record for the biggest weekend by all movies combined. Additionally, this was 39% higher than the same weekend last year and pushed 2009's running tally to $10.38 billion. This is 9.2% higher than last year's pace and more than 7% more than the previous record, and there is another week left to go. More...

Avatar Amazes

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It was a fantastic weekend at the box office as the top film topped expectations and broke records, admittedly by narrow margins, but records nonetheless. Overall the box office pulled in $138 million, which was 42% higher than last weekend and an outstanding 56% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $9.96 billion, extending its record and moving closer to the $10 billion milestone. This time last year the cumulative box office was $9.15 billion, meaning 2009 has an 8.8% lead. More...

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Traditional Animation Reigns Atop the Chart

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Weekend Estimates: Princess Leaps to Top of Chart

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Disney claimed top spot at the box office this weekend as The Princess and the Frog expanded nationwide. But with a weekend box office estimated at $25 million, the movie will need to have great legs over the holidays if Disney's going to recoup its investment. The movie has good reviews and is ideal family fare, so its chances are good, but the studio is looking at the same nail biting exercise as they're going through with A Christmas Carol, which opened with $30 million and reached an estimated $124 million this weekend. More...

2009 is True Royalty

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December Starts in Record Fashion

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Weekend Estimates: Blind Side Scores in 3rd

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The Blind Side rode tremendous word of mouth to a 3rd weekend victory at the box office, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Although the movie fell nearly 50% from its Thanksgiving performance, that was better than any other movie in the top ten, and gave the drama a safe $5 million lead over second place New Moon. Blind Side is estimated at $20.44 million for the weekend, New Moon will come in around $15.7 million. More...

Box Office Rush Takes a Holiday

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While there's no scientific basis for blaming Tryptophan for post-Thanksgiving dinner lethargy, there's ample evidence that the post-Thanksgiving weekend fills moviegoers with apathy. This weekend will be no different and despite there being four films that at least have a shot at placing in the top ten, none really have a shot at first place. That said, three of the four should top last year's number one new film and December should begin on a strong note. More...

True Royalty on the Per Theater Chart

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There were more than half-a-dozen films to top $10,000 on the per theater chart, including The Princess and the Frog, which earned close to $800,000 in just two theaters for an average of $393,095. Broken Embraces saw its per theater average rise by more than 10% to $58,993, which bodes well for its chances to expand. Next up was Me and Orson Welles with an average of $15,910 in 4 theaters, while The Road opened with $1.5 million in 111 theaters for an average of $13,534. A trio of top ten moves rounded out the $10,000 club with The Blind Side earning an average of $12,774, Precious took in an average of $10,680, and finally The Twilight Saga - New Moon was right behind with $10,606. More...

New Films Can't Compete Over Thanksgiving

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Weekend Estimates: New Moon Clings to Top Spot Over Record-Breaking Weekend

The Twilight Saga: New Moon held on to top spot at the box office over the weekend, but only by a couple of million dollars, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. The Blind Side had a fantastic second weekend, with an 18% increase from its opening, and came close to pulling off a surprise victory. More...

Being Thankful for the Holdovers

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It's Thanksgiving long weekend, one of the best holidays in terms of box office drawing power. However, none of the new releases seem like they have what it takes to really draw in moviegoers. On the other hand, New Moon broke a number of records last weekend, and it has a slim chance at breaking a few more this weekend. Even if it doesn't, it should top the top film from last year, Four Christmases, which should lead to another gain year-over-year. More...

People Embrace Fantastic Films on the Per Theater Chart

Broken Embraces opened on top of the per theater chart with an impressive average of $53,556 in two theaters, while The Fantastic Mr. Fox was in a close second place with an average $50,878 in four theaters. The overall box office leader, The Twilight Saga - New Moon, placed third with $35,497 in more than 4,000 theaters. Precious saw its best numbers of its run so far, pulling in nearly $11 million in just over 600 theaters for an average of $17,300. The Sun opened with $11,588 in one theater while The Blind Side opened with an average of $10,971 in more than 3,000 theaters. More...

New Moon Rising

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New Moon broke all manner of records over the weekend, which was great news for Summit, and for the industry as a whole. New Moon made more all by itself than all other movies combined pulled in last weekend and the overall box office was $259 million, the second biggest weekend on record. Compared to last week, we saw a 85% increase, while compared to the same weekend last year, 2009 grew by 57%. Year-to-date, 2009 has now pulled in $9.20 billion, which is just shy of 8.0% higher than last year's pace. Additionally, it is just ahead of 2002's final tally, making 2009 the sixth biggest year so far, and we have more than a full month ahead, including two major holidays. Simply amazing. More...

Weekend Estimates: New Moon Has Third Biggest Weekend Ever

After enjoying impressive box office and home market sales over the last year for Twilight, the industry knew that Summit had a potential blockbuster franchise on its hands. This weekend has proved that they have a franchise as big as anything else in the industry. The Twilight Saga: New Moon opened on Friday with an extraordinary estimated $72.7 million, the biggest single day in box office history (see list). And, while it couldn't quite maintain that pace through the entire weekend, the studio reported a final weekend estimate of $140.7 million this morning, the third-biggest weekend of all time (see list). More...

Will There be a Full Moon Over the Weekend?

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This could be a surprising weekend at the box office, as the buzz for New Moon has hit new heights of insanity. There's no doubt that it will be the number one film of the weekend, and almost no doubt that it will top Twilight, which was the number one film this week last year. It appears the only real question is how many records can it break along the way. More...

2009 Preview: November

October was not a month to remember, as only two films really beat expectations. (Although Paranormal Activity was the most unexpected hit during the October, it actually opened in September, so one could argue it's not really an 'October hit'.) This month we have a massive collection of potential blockbusters, some potential Oscar contenders, as well as a few unfortunate films that might be squeezed out by the competition. Compared to last November, we might have the same number of $100 million hits, assuming all movies match expectations (fat chance); we have a limited release from this month become the Awards Season darling and reach that milestone (monstrously unlikely); and we count The Princess and the Frog as a November releases (intellectually dishonest). That said, if three or four legitimate November releases reach that milestone, then 2009 will be on pace to tie or break the record for most $100 million released in one calendar year. But overall, 2009 will likely see its lead over 2008 shrink during the next 30 days. More...

Cast

Sandra Bullock    Leigh Anne Tuohy
Tim McGraw    Sean Tuohy
Quinton Aaron    Michael Oher
Jae Head    SJ Tuohy
Lily Collins    Collins Tuohy
Ray McKinnin    Coach Cotton
Kim Dickens    Mrs. Boswell
Adriane Lenox    Denise Oher
Kathy Bates    Miss Sue

Production and Technical Credits

Director    John Lee Hancock
Screenwriter    John Lee Hancock
Producer    Gil Netter
Producer    Andrew A. Kosove
Producer    Broderick Johnson
Executive Producer    Molly Smith
Executive Producer    Timothy M. Bourne
Executive Producer    Erwin Stoff
Co-Producer    Yolanda T. Cochran
Co-Producer    Steven P. Wegner
Co-Producer    K.C. Hodenfield
Based on the book "The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game" by Michael Lewis    Michael Lewis
Cinematographer    Alar Kivilo
Editor    Mark Livolsi
Composer    Carter Burwell
Music Supervisor    Julia Michaels
Production Designer    Michael Corenblith
Art Director    Thomas Minton
Set Decorator    Susan Benjamin
Costume Designer    Daniel Orlandi
Sound Mixer    Mary H. Ellis
Supervising Sound Editor    Jon Johnson
Assistant Director    K.C. Hodenfield
Casting Director    Ronna Kress

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/11/20 2 $11,038,423   3,110 $3,549   $11,038,423 1
2009/11/21 2 $13,742,443 +24% 3,110 $4,419   $24,780,866 2
2009/11/22 2 $9,338,506 -32% 3,110 $3,003   $34,119,372 3
2009/11/23 2 $3,658,070 -61% 3,110 $1,176   $37,777,442 4
2009/11/24 2 $4,942,211 +35% 3,110 $1,589   $42,719,653 5
2009/11/25 2 $7,918,489 +60% 3,140 $2,522   $50,638,142 6
2009/11/26 1 $9,489,335 +20% 3,140 $3,022   $60,127,477 7
2009/11/27 2 $16,185,856 +71% 3,140 $5,155   $76,313,333 8
2009/11/28 2 $15,872,934 -2% 3,140 $5,055   $92,186,267 9
2009/11/29 2 $8,052,574 -49% 3,140 $2,565   $100,238,841 10
2009/11/30 2 $2,063,321 -74% 3,140 $657   $102,302,162 11
2009/12/01 2 $2,317,386 +12% 3,140 $738   $104,619,548 12
2009/12/02 1 $2,127,457 -8% 3,140 $678   $106,747,005 13
2009/12/03 2 $2,077,373 -2% 3,140 $662   $108,824,378 14
2009/12/04 1 $6,768,826 +226% 3,326 $2,035   $115,593,204 15
2009/12/05 1 $8,547,892 +26% 3,326 $2,570   $124,141,096 16
2009/12/06 1 $4,726,463 -45% 3,326 $1,421   $128,867,559 17
2009/12/07 1 $1,442,171 -69% 3,326 $434   $130,309,730 18
2009/12/08 1 $1,569,402 +9% 3,326 $472   $131,879,132 19
2009/12/09 1 $1,413,948 -10% 3,326 $425   $133,293,080 20
2009/12/10 1 $1,468,459 +4% 3,326 $442   $134,761,539 21
2009/12/11 2 $4,725,709 +222% 3,388 $1,395   $139,487,248 22
2009/12/12 2 $6,878,260 +46% 3,388 $2,030   $146,365,508 23
2009/12/13 2 $3,451,289 -50% 3,388 $1,019   $149,816,797 24
2009/12/14 2 $1,093,394 -68% 3,388 $323   $150,910,191 25
2009/12/15 2 $1,268,251 +16% 3,388 $374   $152,178,442 26
2009/12/16 2 $1,212,410 -4% 3,388 $358   $153,390,852 27
2009/12/17 2 $1,313,393 +8% 3,388 $388   $154,704,245 28
2009/12/18 3 $3,181,301 +142% 3,407 $934   $157,885,546 29
2009/12/19 3 $3,907,374 +23% 3,407 $1,147   $161,792,920 30
2009/12/20 3 $2,932,605 -25% 3,407 $861   $164,725,525 31
2009/12/21 3 $2,001,418 -32% 3,407 $587   $166,726,943 32
2009/12/22 3 $2,218,097 +11% 3,407 $651   $168,945,040 33
2009/12/23 4 $2,177,448 -2% 3,252 $670   $171,122,488 34
2009/12/24 4 $1,554,148 -29% 3,252 $478   $172,676,636 35
2009/12/25 6 $3,372,405 +117% 2,766 $1,219   $176,049,041 36
2009/12/26 5 $4,656,427 +38% 2,766 $1,683   $180,705,468 37
2009/12/27 5 $3,490,513 -25% 2,766 $1,262   $184,195,981 38
2009/12/28 6 $2,832,710 -19% 2,766 $1,024   $187,028,691 39
2009/12/29 6 $3,003,566 +6% 2,766 $1,086   $190,032,257 40
2009/12/30 6 $3,065,836 +2% 2,766 $1,108   $193,098,093 41
2009/12/31 5 $3,465,225 +13% 2,766 $1,253   $196,563,318 42
2010/01/01 5 $4,554,779 +31% 2,926 $1,557   $201,118,097 43
2010/01/02 5 $4,997,659 +10% 2,926 $1,708   $206,115,756 44
2010/01/03 5 $2,360,311 -53% 2,926 $807   $208,476,067 45
2010/01/04 5 $824,120 -65% 2,926 $282   $209,300,187 46
2010/01/05 6 $768,341 -7% 2,926 $263   $210,068,528 47
2010/01/06 6 $740,164 -4% 2,926 $253   $210,808,692 48
2010/01/07 6 $638,217 -14% 2,926 $218   $211,446,909 49
2010/01/08 8 $2,219,253 +248% 2,926 $758   $213,666,162 50
2010/01/09 7 $3,452,739 +56% 2,926 $1,180   $217,118,901 51
2010/01/10 7 $1,859,475 -46% 2,926 $636   $218,978,376 52
2010/01/11 9 $501,226 -73% 2,926 $171   $219,479,602 53
2010/01/12 9 $554,184 +11% 2,926 $189   $220,033,786 54
2010/01/13 8 $568,397 +3% 2,926 $194   $220,602,183 55
2010/01/14 8 $607,082 +7% 2,926 $207   $221,209,265 56
2010/01/15 9 $1,577,382 +160% 2,408 $655   $222,786,647 57
2010/01/16 9 $2,354,376 +49% 2,408 $978   $225,141,023 58
2010/01/17 9 $1,625,516 -31% 2,408 $675   $226,766,539 59
2010/01/18 8 $1,415,076 -13% 2,408 $588   $228,181,615 60
2010/01/19 9 $447,275 -68% 2,408 $186   $228,628,890 61
2010/01/20 7 $409,278 -8% 2,408 $170   $229,038,168 62
2010/01/21 7 $474,098 +16% 2,408 $197   $229,512,266 63
2010/01/22 10 $1,234,143 +160% 1,932 $639   $230,746,409 64
2010/01/23 11 $2,103,901 +70% 1,932 $1,089   $232,850,310 65
2010/01/24 11 $828,092 -61% 1,932 $429   $233,678,402 66
2010/01/25 10 $304,222 -63% 1,932 $157   $233,982,624 67
2010/01/26 10 $312,761 +3% 1,932 $162   $234,295,385 68
2010/01/27 10 $298,088 -5% 1,932 $154   $234,593,473 69
2010/01/28 10 $300,015 +1% 1,932 $155   $234,893,488 70
2010/01/29 11 $798,110 +166% 1,751 $456   $235,691,598 71
2010/01/30 11 $1,437,515 +80% 1,751 $821   $237,129,113 72
2010/01/31 11 $785,692 -45% 1,751 $449   $237,914,805 73
2010/02/01 10 $227,359 -71% 1,751 $130   $238,142,164 74
2010/02/02 11 $288,046 +27% 1,751 $165   $238,430,210 75
2010/02/03 9 $302,012 +5% 1,751 $172   $238,732,222 76
2010/02/04 9 $294,147 -3% 1,751 $168   $239,026,369 77
2010/02/05 11 $773,555 +163% 1,740 $445   $239,799,924 78
2010/02/06 11 $1,346,120 +74% 1,740 $774   $241,146,044 79
2010/02/07 13 $383,549 -72% 1,740 $220   $241,529,593 80
2010/02/08 11 $211,109 -45% 1,740 $121   $241,740,702 81
2010/02/09 11 $238,318 +13% 1,740 $137   $241,979,020 82
2010/02/10 11 $221,084 -7% 1,740 $127   $242,200,104 83
2010/02/11 11 $266,237 +20% 1,740 $153   $242,466,341 84
2010/02/12 12 $463,197 +74% 1,175 $394   $242,929,538 85
2010/02/13 12 $923,595 +99% 1,175 $786   $243,853,133 86
2010/02/14 12 $874,995 -5% 1,175 $745   $244,728,128 87
2010/02/15 13 $405,421 -54% 1,175 $345   $245,133,549 88
2010/02/16 12 $162,168 -60% 1,175 $138   $245,295,717 89
2010/02/17 12 $154,732 -5% 1,175 $132   $245,450,449 90
2010/02/18 12 $169,503 +10% 1,175 $144   $245,619,952 91
2010/02/19 13 $392,643 +132% 1,175 $334   $246,012,595 92
2010/02/20 13 $711,054 +81% 1,175 $605   $246,723,649 93
2010/02/21 13 $347,403 -51% 1,175 $296   $247,071,052 94
2010/02/22 13 $109,330 -69% 1,175 $93   $247,180,382 95
2010/02/23 13 $106,361 -3% 1,175 $91   $247,286,743 96
2010/02/24 13 $112,444 +6% 1,175 $96   $247,399,187 97
2010/02/25 13 $118,317 +5% 1,175 $101   $247,517,504 98
2010/02/26 - $316,984 +168% 945 $335   $247,834,488 99
2010/02/27 - $649,810 +105% 945 $688   $248,484,298 100
2010/02/28 - $271,683 -58% 945 $287   $248,755,981 101
2010/03/01 - $83,119 -69% 945 $88   $248,839,100 102
2010/03/02 11 $114,227 +37% 945 $121   $248,953,327 103
2010/03/03 11 $122,371 +7% 945 $129   $249,075,698 104
2010/03/04 11 $134,163 +10% 945 $142   $249,209,861 105
2010/03/05 - $335,554 +150% 822 $408   $249,545,415 106
2010/03/06 - $636,218 +90% 822 $774   $250,181,633 107
2010/03/07 - $285,414 -55% 822 $347   $250,467,047 108
2010/03/08 11 $162,294 -43% 822 $197   $250,629,341 109
2010/03/09 11 $170,142 +5% 822 $207   $250,799,483 110
2010/03/10 11 $154,180 -9% 822 $188   $250,953,663 111
2010/03/11 11 $178,508 +16% 822 $217   $251,132,171 112
2010/03/12 - $472,411 +165% 803 $588   $251,604,582 113
2010/03/13 - $712,638 +51% 803 $887   $252,317,220 114
2010/03/14 - $419,047 -41% 803 $522   $252,736,267 115
2010/03/15 - $164,051 -61% 803 $204   $252,900,318 116
2010/03/16 - $175,323 +7% 803 $218   $253,075,641 117
2010/03/17 - $156,282 -11% 803 $195   $253,231,923 118
2010/03/18 - $164,322 +5% 803 $205   $253,396,245 119
2010/03/19 - $259,793 +58% 602 $432   $253,656,038 120
2010/03/20 - $386,693 +49% 602 $642   $254,042,731 121
2010/03/21 - $231,250 -40% 602 $384   $254,273,981 122
2010/03/22 - $83,341 -64% 602 $138   $254,357,322 123
2010/03/23 - $84,774 +2% 602 $141   $254,442,096 124
2010/03/24 - $75,866 -11% 602 $126   $254,517,962 125
2010/03/25 - $78,876 +4% 602 $131   $254,596,838 126
2010/03/26 - $150,663 +91% 445 $339   $254,747,501 127
2010/03/27 - $205,419 +36% 445 $462   $254,952,920 128
2010/03/28 - $119,023 -42% 445 $267   $255,071,943 129
2010/03/29 - $47,610 -60% 445 $107   $255,119,553 130
2010/03/30 - $50,467 +6% 445 $113   $255,170,020 131
2010/03/31 - $46,429 -8% 445 $104   $255,216,449 132
2010/04/01 - $46,679 +1% 445 $105   $255,263,128 133
2010/04/02 - $86,408 +85% 316 $273   $255,349,536 134
2010/04/03 - $90,768 +5% 316 $287   $255,440,304 135
2010/04/04 - $52,245 -42% 316 $165   $255,492,549 136
2010/04/05 - $29,525 -43% 316 $93   $255,522,074 137
2010/04/06 - $27,035 -8% 316 $86   $255,549,109 138
2010/04/07 - $26,620 -2% 316 $84   $255,575,729 139
2010/04/08 - $28,218 +6% 316 $89   $255,603,947 140
2010/04/09 - $46,359 +64% 204 $227   $255,650,306 141
2010/04/10 - $63,473 +37% 204 $311   $255,713,779 142
2010/04/11 - $26,571 -58% 204 $130   $255,740,350 143
2010/04/12 - $8,069 -70% 204 $40   $255,748,419 144
2010/04/13 - $10,770 +33% 204 $53   $255,759,189 145
2010/04/14 - $8,978 -17% 204 $44   $255,768,167 146
2010/04/15 - $9,878 +10% 204 $48   $255,778,045 147
2010/04/16 - $20,600 +109% 123 $167   $255,798,645 148
2010/04/17 - $34,068 +65% 123 $277   $255,832,713 149
2010/04/18 - $13,454 -61% 123 $109   $255,846,167 150
2010/04/19 - $4,704 -65% 123 $38   $255,850,871 151
2010/04/20 - $5,384 +14% 123 $44   $255,856,255 152
2010/04/21 - $5,742 +7% 123 $47   $255,861,997 153
2010/04/22 - $5,316 -7% 123 $43   $255,867,313 154
2010/04/23 - $10,357 +95% 77 $135   $255,877,670 155
2010/04/24 - $13,732 +33% 77 $178   $255,891,402 156
2010/04/25 - $7,859 -43% 77 $102   $255,899,261 157
2010/04/26 - $2,858 -64% 77 $37   $255,902,119 158
2010/04/27 - $2,976 +4% 77 $39   $255,905,095 159
2010/04/28 - $2,417 -19% 77 $31   $255,907,512 160
2010/04/29 - $2,931 +21% 77 $38   $255,910,443 161
2010/04/30 - $4,252 +45% 46 $92   $255,914,695 162
2010/05/01 - $11,030 +159% 46 $240   $255,925,725 163
2010/05/02 - $4,222 -62% 46 $92   $255,929,947 164
2010/05/03 - $1,014 -76% 46 $22   $255,930,961 165
2010/05/04 - $1,429 +41% 46 $31   $255,932,390 166
2010/05/05 - $1,194 -16% 46 $26   $255,933,584 167
2010/05/06 - $1,427 +20% 46 $31   $255,935,011 168
2010/05/07 - $2,667 +87% 25 $107   $255,937,678 169
2010/05/08 - $4,419 +66% 25 $177   $255,942,097 170
2010/05/09 - $2,721 -38% 25 $109   $255,944,818 171
2010/05/10 - $642 -76% 25 $26   $255,945,460 172
2010/05/11 - $1,011 +57% 25 $40   $255,946,471 173
2010/05/12 - $716 -29% 25 $29   $255,947,187 174
2010/05/13 - $803 +12% 25 $32   $255,947,990 175
2010/05/14 - $704 -12% 11 $64   $255,948,694 176
2010/05/15 - $1,024 +45% 11 $93   $255,949,718 177
2010/05/16 - $657 -36% 11 $60   $255,950,375 178
2010/05/17 - $152 -77% 11 $14   $255,950,527 179
2010/05/18 - $229 +51% 11 $21   $255,950,756 180
2010/05/19 - $235 +3% 11 $21   $255,950,991 181
2010/05/20 - $758 +223% 11 $69   $255,951,749 182

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/11/20 2 $34,119,372   3,110 $10,971   $34,119,372 3
2009/11/27 2 $40,111,364 +18% 3,140 $12,774   $100,238,841 10
2009/12/04 1 $20,043,181 -50% 3,326 $6,026   $128,867,559 17
2009/12/11 2 $15,055,258 -25% 3,388 $4,444   $149,816,797 24
2009/12/18 3 $10,021,280 -33% 3,407 $2,941   $164,725,525 31
2009/12/25 5 $11,519,345 +15% 2,766 $4,165   $184,195,981 38
2010/01/01 5 $11,912,749 +3% 2,926 $4,071   $208,476,067 45
2010/01/08 7 $7,531,467 -37% 2,880 $2,615   $218,978,376 52
2010/01/15 9 $5,557,274 -26% 2,408 $2,308   $226,766,539 59
2010/01/22 11 $4,166,136 -25% 1,932 $2,156   $233,678,402 66
2010/01/29 11 $3,021,317 -27% 1,751 $1,725   $237,914,805 73
2010/02/05 11 $2,503,224 -17% 1,740 $1,439   $241,529,593 80
2010/02/12 12 $2,261,787 -10% 1,175 $1,925   $244,728,128 87
2010/02/19 13 $1,451,100 -36% 1,060 $1,369   $245,619,952 94
2010/02/26 11 $1,238,477 -15% 945 $1,311   $248,755,981 101
2010/03/05 14 $1,257,186 +2% 822 $1,529   $250,467,047 108
2010/03/12 13 $1,604,096 +28% 803 $1,998   $252,736,267 115
2010/03/19 17 $877,736 -45% 602 $1,458   $254,273,981 122
2010/03/26 21 $475,105 -46% 445 $1,068   $255,071,943 129
2010/04/02 25 $229,421 -52% 316 $726   $255,492,549 136
2010/04/09 29 $136,403 -41% 204 $669   $255,740,350 143
2010/04/16 39 $68,122 -50% 123 $554   $255,846,167 150
2010/04/23 49 $31,948 -53% 77 $415   $255,899,261 157
2010/04/30 60 $19,504 -39% 46 $424   $255,929,947 164
2010/05/07 70 $9,807 -50% 25 $392   $255,944,818 171
2010/05/14 95 $2,385 -76% 11 $217   $255,950,375 178

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/28/201012,725,333 2,725,333$44,695,461$44,695,4611
4/4/20104773,503-72% 3,498,836$12,368,313$57,063,7742
4/11/20103337,512-56% 3,836,348$5,396,817$62,460,5913
4/18/20103191,302-43% 4,027,650$3,058,919$65,519,5104
4/25/20105130,567-32% 4,158,217$2,087,766$67,607,2765
5/2/20105100,757-23% 4,258,974$1,589,945$69,197,2226
5/9/20104322,881+220% 4,581,855$4,126,419$73,323,6417
5/16/201010105,273-67% 4,687,128$1,314,860$74,638,5018
5/23/20101177,394-26% 4,764,522$1,215,086$75,853,5879
5/30/20101452,465-32% 4,816,987$1,048,775$76,902,36210
6/6/20101145,690-13% 4,862,677$867,653$77,770,01511
6/13/2010860,521+32% 4,923,198$1,028,252$78,798,26712
6/20/20101850,546-16% 4,973,744$941,672$79,739,93913
6/27/20102630,737-39% 5,004,481$572,630$80,312,56914
7/4/20101944,532+45% 5,049,013$823,397$81,135,96615
7/11/20102927,483-38% 5,076,496$513,932$81,649,89816
7/18/20101452,296+90% 5,128,792$989,440$82,639,33817
7/25/20101550,873-3% 5,179,665$940,642$83,579,98018
8/1/20101339,079-23% 5,218,744$722,571$84,302,55119
8/8/20102528,164-28% 5,246,908$520,752$84,823,30320
8/15/20103022,661-20% 5,269,569$419,002$85,242,30521
10/3/20102337,037 5,370,517$444,074$86,797,65728
10/24/20102625,808 5,431,495$304,018$87,523,36431
10/31/2010868,355+165% 5,499,850$717,044$88,240,40832
11/7/20101440,913-40% 5,540,763$429,177$88,669,58533
11/21/201013114,345 5,672,421$1,370,997$90,248,16535
11/28/20104856,175+649% 6,528,596$3,904,158$94,152,32336
12/5/20107312,567-63% 6,841,163$2,453,651$96,605,97437
12/12/20108196,921-37% 7,038,084$1,685,644$98,291,61738
12/19/201016176,956-10% 7,215,040$1,413,878$99,705,49639
1/2/201110214,447 7,481,173$1,284,538$101,373,54341
1/16/20113025,438 7,538,722$143,216$101,709,10443
1/30/20111372,348 7,636,755$474,603$102,324,71845
11/27/20115630,548 8,356,817$4,003,980$107,172,73988

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/28/20102203,374 203,374$4,797,595$4,797,5951
4/4/20103119,102-41% 322,476$2,752,441$7,550,0362
4/11/2010336,589-69% 359,065$841,189$8,391,2253
4/18/2010428,801-21% 387,866$662,137$9,053,3624
4/25/2010531,988+11% 419,854$735,393$9,788,7555
5/2/2010527,631-14% 447,485$608,716$10,397,4716
5/9/20101317,123-38% 464,608$342,283$10,739,7547
5/16/20101511,891-31% 476,499$237,693$10,977,4478
5/23/2010199,269-22% 485,767$202,895$11,180,3429
11/28/20102071,652 611,017$747,330$12,919,06036

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