Borat

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $128,505,958Details
International Box Office $133,066,786
Worldwide Box Office $261,572,744
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $62,826,295 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $62,826,295
Further financial details...

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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
79% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$18,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 3rd, 2006 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: March 6th, 2007 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive strong crude and sexual content including graphic nudity, and language.
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

Casino Proves the House Always Wins at the Home Market

There was another new releases to top the rental charts this week as Casino Royale earned $9.20 million during its opening weekend on the home market. This is not particularly strong compared to the film's theatrical run, but it was more dominant on the sales chart. More...

International Details - Rushing to the Top

There was quite an international flavor on the charts this past weekend with five local hits charting, and one more just missing that mark. The best of these was Lubov Morkov, which opened in sixth place with $5.38 million on 492 screens in 4 markets over the weekend and $6.28 million in total. Of this amount, $4.90 million on 427 screens was earned over the weekend in Russia while it managed $5.80 million including midweek numbers. More...

Home Market is Borat Great success! Is Nice!

There was only three new releases to chart on the home market this week; however, they included the top rental this week, Borat. While it was absolutely no surprise that the film opened in first place, it was a bit of a surprise that it only managed $9.18 million while doing so. More...

International Details - Music Holds onto an Extended Note

Music and Lyrics remained in sixth place with $5.64 million on 1645 screens in 18 markets for a total of $32.01 million internationally. The film disappointed domestically, but it appears to be making up for that softness on the international scene. The film's best opening of the weekend came from South Korea where it placed second with $2.06 million on 144 screens while it also grabbed second place in Brazil with $490,000 on 140. Holdovers were led by the U.K. where the film earned $1.09 million on 364 screens during its fourth week of release for a total of $15.71 million in that market alone. That's close to a $100 million run here, taking into account the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

DVD Releases for March 6, 2007

It's a good week for DVD releases, with several that are worth picking up. On the other hand, while my personal shopping list contains quite a number of DVDs, there wasn't much competition for the DVD Pick of the Week. A few came close, including Borat - Buy from Amazon and South Park - The Complete Ninth Season - Buy from Amazon, but the winner was Stargate Atlantis - The Complete Second Season - Buy from Amazon. More...

Award Season - First There\'s the Globes, then Comes the Gold

The Golden Globes were handed out last week, but the real winners were rewarded this weekend as the Golden Globe Bounce was in full effect. More...

Award Season - Oscar Nods Offer Little Surprises - Correction

The Oscar nominations were handed out today and for the most part they've followed the script written by previous awards committees fairly closely. More...

Award Season - The Queen has Golden Dreams

Only two films were repeat winners on tonights Golden Globes, Dreamgirls with three wins and The Queen with two. There were a few surprises along the way and some troubling signs for Oscar hopefuls. More...

Award Season - The Writing is On the Wall

The Writers Guild of America is the last of the guilds to hand out nominations, which they did so this week. And while there are 20 or so categories, only two of them are theatrical. More...

International Details - Extended Vacation

Since New Years Eve fell on a Sunday this year, there was precious little in terms of international box office numbers released this week. We have some studio estimates, some box office information for major markets, and some updated totals. But for the most, there's little to share. More...

International Details - Curse\'s Foiled by Invisibles

Curse of the Golden Flower started its international run in its native China with a record breaking $12.27 million on 826 screens. That was almost enough to reach the top five falling just short to Arthur & the Invisibles and its $12.47 million. More...

International Details - Truly International Box Office

Open Season solidified its chances to reach $100 million with a first place debut in Italy. Over the weekend the film just managed to beat Happy Feet $1.68 million to $1.66 million over the weekend, (with midweek numbers Open Season earned $1.82 million on 430 screens). The film was not as successful in Japan with just $968,000 on 441 screens; with such a small per theatre average, it will likely disappear quickly from charts. Overall it earned $4.97 million on 3451 screens in 51 markets for a total of $87.16 million; and even with no major markets left to open in, it does have a great shot at $100 million before its run is over. More...

Award Season - Babel and Departed are Golden

Babel led the way when the Golden Globe nominations were announced today with seven nominations while The Departed was close behind with six. More...

International Top Five - Casino Hits Trip Aces

A slow week for Casino Royale with only four openings, and only one of those in a major market. In Japan the film had to settle for second place with $2.34 million on 443 screens over the weekend and $3.25 million in total; this was a tiny margin behind local film, Love and Honor. The film also opened in a trio of African markets: South Africa with $509,000 on 77 screens, Kenya, $59,000 on 8, and Nigeria with $44,000 on 4. (Although I've received an e-mail saying the movie made $25 million there and I can earn 12.5% of that if I help a certain theatre owner smuggle it out of the country.) The film's best market remains the U.K. where it added $10.51 million on 506 screens for a total of $73.45 million. The film has already topped Die Another Day in that markets and is gunning for Dead Man's Chest, which ended its run in the market with $98.63 million. Overall, the film earned an easy first place with $43.73 million on 6728 screens in 53 markets for a total of $194.65 million. And with openings in Australia, South Korea, Italy, Mexico and other significant markets left to go, it should have no trouble topping $300 million before long. More...

International Top Five - Casino Plays to Full Houses Worldwide

Casino Royale's dominance of the worldwide box office continued as it opened in 18 new markets scoring first place in every one of them. In fact, it was number one in 40 of the 50 markets it is currently playing in. Overall the film earned $64.94 million on 6460 screens in 50 markets for a two-week total of $129.06 million. The biggest opening of the weekend was in Germany where it crushed the competition with $12.84 million on 839 screens, more than 10 times its nearest competition. France was also a major contributor to its weekend success with $8.4 million on 823 screens while it captured $3.90 million on 500 screens in Spain, and a combined $8.02 million on 392 screens in the four Scandinavian markets. Not surprisingly, holdovers were led by the U.K. where it dipped just 25% to $16.51 million on 506 screens for a total of $53.96 million, which is nearly what Die Another Day earned in total in that market. Next up for the film is Japan this weekend, Australia the weekend after and South Korea the weekend after that. As for the film's long term potential, it is likely to crack the $500 million milestone worldwide with $600 million being a tough but achievable goal. More...

Thanksgiving Can\'t Get Enough of Leftovers

As was the case last year, the Thanksgiving long weekend was dominated by holdovers, with the number one film earning almost as much as the four new wide releases combined. Over the 3-day weekend the total box office was $162 million, which was more than 10% higher than last weekend but more importantly it was just over 2% lower than the same weekend last year. Over 5 days the top ten pulled in $197 million, or about 5% lower than the same weekend last year. More...

International Top Five - Bond Bursts Out on top of Box Office

Casino Royale dominated the weekend box office earning $42.2 million on 3,063 screens in 27 markets, only one of them a true major markets. The film's biggest was the U.K., no surprise there, but the magnitude of the opening caught a lot of people off guard. Its weekend total of $21.55 million on 505 screens was the third biggest opening of all time behind just Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Add in Thursday and the film earned $25.33 million, roughly 47% more than the previous best opening for a Bond film in the market, and Goldeneye had 5 days to earn its $17.2 million. The second biggest market was Russia where the film took in $4.55 million on 540 screens, which was more than four times the nearesst competition and the highest opening ever for a non-Russian film there. It had a similar result in Indian earning $3.2 million on an unprecedented 427 screens beating Spider-man 2's record for a non-Indian film by 87%. Other million dollar markets include Greece with $1.34 million on 111 screens, Thailand with $1.1 million on 154 and Taiwan with $1 million on 116. The film opens in most of the rest of Europe next weekend and should have no trouble remaining on top of the charts. More...

Movie Industry Hopes to Avoid any Turkeys

The Thanksgiving long weekend marks the beginning of the holiday season and is traditionally one of the biggest weekends of the year. This year is no exception with four films opening wide, and two others adding a massive number of theaters. However, despite the glut of new and expanding films, there's a very good chance that it will be a holdover that claims the top spot over the weekend. More...

Potter Pushes Penguins to Top Spot

There were a few surprises on the charts this week, including the number one film. But overall things played out almost exactly as expected, leading to a total of $146 million at the box office. This was 15% higher than last weekend but 19% lower than the same weekend last year. However, that was the weekend when Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire opened and no-one was expecting this year to be able to keep pace. More...

Mumble and Bond go Mano-a-Mano

What do penguins and secret agents have in common? (Not counting the fact that they both wear tuxedos.) Not a whole lot. However, movies featuring both will be in a close battle this weekend for top spot on the box office charts. Personally, in these battles I usually put my money on the guy with the gun, but cuteness might win out. More...

International Top Five - Borat Remains Buoyant

Borat was again the top box office draw on the international scene taking in $15.37 million on 1147 screens in 20 markets for a total of $43.16 million after two weeks of release. The film opened in three markets, but they were of the smaller variety earning $287,000 on 17 screens in Greece, $51,000 on 10 in Bulgaria and $29,000 on 4 in Serbia. The vast majority of the film's weekend total came from the U.K. where it repeated in first place with $8.62 million on 430 screens for a two-week total of $27.13 million. Meanwhile in Germany the film grew by 2%, but was still stuck in second place with $2.76 million on 310 screens for a total of $6.35 million in that market. This week the film opens in France, Spain, and other smaller markets, but it will have a lot of competition from Bond and it will take a minor miracle for the film to not be knocked out of top spot. More...

Holdovers Save Weekend Box Office

There were four new releases opening in varying degrees of wideness this past weekend, but none of them could live up to lowered expectations. This left the overall box office at $127 million, which was down about 2% from last weekend while up less than 1% from the same weekend last year. That's not a large enough increase to keep up with ticket price inflation, but any good news is still welcome at this point. More...

Holdovers Hold On Strong On Per Theater Chart

Volver fell a tiny 14.41% during its second weekend of release while it easily won the per theater race with an average of $33,842 in five theatres. The only other movie to top $10,000 was the overall box office leader, Borat, with an average of $11,017 in its 2,566 theaters, which is simply amazing. More...

Can Borat\'s Run be Stranger?

With Borat beating all expectations last weekend, all eyes are on it this weekend. Can it maintain this amazing pace? Will it be able to keep its momentum as it expands? Will it suffer a major drop-off? What about the competition? Can they handle the pressure? More...

International Top Five - Borat has a Devil of a Time

Borat beat the competition with relative ease this week earning $18.64 million on 995 screens in 17 markets. In fact, the $11.87 million the film made on 428 screens in Sacha Baron Cohen's native United Kingdom was more than the second place film earned in total. The film's second biggest opening was in Germany where the film had to settle for second place with a still fantastic $2.67 million on 234 screens. The film also had first place openings in smaller markets like Holland, ($731,000 on 64 screens); Sweden, ($717,000 on 39); and Denmark, ($366,000 on 36). More...

Unprecedented

To call this weekend unpredictable is an understatement as there was a surprise number one film and records fell. But despite this, the overall market was only mixed. Sure, week-to-week the box office was up roughly 24% from last weekend, but Halloween tends to depress the box office, even when it doesn't hit on the weekend. Compared to the same weekend last year, the $130 million total box office was 4% lower. More...

Re-Volver-lution

Just a trio of films in the $10,000 club, but they are managed that feat by a huge margin. Leading the way was Volver with just under $200,000 on 5 theaters for an average of $39,541. This is actually lower than the opening per theater average for Pedro Almodovar's previous two films, but his biggest opening ever. Second place went to the overall number one film, Borat with $31,607 while last week's per theater average champion, Babel, came in third with $26,264 despite a huge increase in its theater count. More...

Movie Website Updates for October 28 - November 3, 2006

Slow week for websites with only one real contender for the weekly website award, (not counting those sites that have already won). Fortunately, that site, Flushed Away - Official Site, truly deserved to win. More...

Holiday Escape

It's the first week of the winter / holiday season and this weekend alone we have two films coming out that are aimed at the family market. While the time of the year is great for these films, the direct competition will keep both from becoming more than mid-level hits. On the other hand, neither look likely to bomb either. More...

2006 Preview: November

Note: Article updated 11/18/2006 with correct budget for Harsh Times

It's that time of the month again, a time to look forward, but it is also a time to look back. October was a stronger month than expected and, while there are a lot of reasons for that, I think one must pay particular attention to the play of Taylor Pyatt. The departure of Anson Carter to free agency over the summer was troublesome and many felt finding a right winger for the Sedin twins was a key in maintaining or even improving upon last year's numbers. Without good chemistry, Daniel and Henrik might have taken a step back this year. However, with a team leading 6 goals, Taylor Pyatt is more than proving he can play with the speedy Swedes. ... What? Oh right, movies. It was a pretty good month for movies as well. November sees the beginning of the most important time of year for the movie industry. Not only do the holidays start with Thanksgiving, but this is also the time of year that award season really heats up. This means there is an excellent mix of blockbusters, especially family films, and critically acclaimed films hoping that first impressions are lasting impressions. It also means there are several limited releases that could expand wide later in their run; these include Fur, Bobby, For Your Consideration and others. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 24th - June 30th

It seems a lot of people are starting their holidays early, but not this column as it's the busiest it's been in more than a month. Including in this list are a few newly released teaser trailers and a handful of flash sites, most of which are worth checking out. But the best of the best is the Running With Scissors - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 10th - June 16th

This is actually a pretty busy week with more than two-dozen site on the list. That makes it the busiest week in a month. However, it was one of the site that had no real updates this week that won the Weekly Website Award this week and it was, Nacho Libre - Official Site. More...

Cast

Sacha Baron Cohen    Borat Sagdiyev
Pamela Anderson    Herself
Ken Davitian    Azamat Bagatov
Pat Haggerty    Himself
Alan Keys    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Larry Charles
Screenwriter    Sacha Baron Cohen
Screenwriter    Anthony Hines
Screenwriter    Peter Baynham
Screenwriter    Dan Mazer
Story Creator    Sacha Baron Cohen
Story Creator    Peter Baynham
Story Creator    Anthony Hines
Story Creator    Todd Phillips
Character Creator    Sacha Baron Cohen
Producer    Sacha Baron Cohen
Producer    Jay Roach
Executive Producer    Dan Mazer
Executive Producer    Monica Levinson
Co-Producer    Peter Baynham
Cinematographer    Anthony Hardwick
Cinematographer    Luke Geissbuhler
Editor    Craig Alpert
Composer    Erran Baron Cohen
Music Supervisor    Richard Henderson
Art Director    David Saenz de Maturana
Costume Designer    Jason Alper
Sound Mixer    Scott Harber
Supervising Sound Editor    Andrew DeCristofaro
Assistant Director    Dale Stern
Assistant Director    David A. Siegel
Casting Director    Allison Jones

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/11/03 1 $9,234,183   837 $11,032   $9,234,183 1
2006/11/04 1 $10,139,477 +10% 837 $12,114   $19,373,660 2
2006/11/05 1 $7,081,803 -30% 837 $8,461   $26,455,463 3
2006/11/06 1 $3,307,891 -53% 837 $3,952   $29,763,354 4
2006/11/07 1 $3,155,949 -5% 837 $3,771   $32,919,303 5
2006/11/08 1 $2,764,494 -12% 837 $3,303   $35,683,797 6
2006/11/09 1 $3,158,068 +14% 837 $3,773   $38,841,865 7
2006/11/10 1 $9,780,744 +210% 2,566 $3,812   $48,622,609 8
2006/11/11 1 $11,523,137 +18% 2,566 $4,491   $60,145,746 9
2006/11/12 1 $6,966,019 -40% 2,566 $2,715   $67,111,765 10
2006/11/13 1 $2,557,281 -63% 2,566 $997   $69,669,046 11
2006/11/14 1 $2,383,125 -7% 2,566 $929   $72,052,171 12
2006/11/15 1 $2,101,530 -12% 2,566 $819   $74,153,701 13
2006/11/16 1 $2,000,791 -5% 2,566 $780   $76,154,492 14
2006/11/17 3 $4,964,004 +148% 2,611 $1,901   $81,118,496 15
2006/11/18 3 $5,922,738 +19% 2,611 $2,268   $87,041,234 16
2006/11/19 3 $3,716,132 -37% 2,611 $1,423   $90,757,366 17
2006/11/20 3 $1,368,650 -63% 2,611 $524   $92,126,016 18
2006/11/21 3 $1,744,980 +27% 2,611 $668   $93,870,996 19
2006/11/22 4 $2,411,250 +38% 2,580 $935   $96,282,246 20
2006/11/23 5 $2,549,759 +6% 2,580 $988   $98,832,005 21
2006/11/24 5 $4,396,907 +72% 2,552 $1,723   $103,228,912 22
2006/11/25 5 $3,972,494 -10% 2,552 $1,557   $107,201,406 23
2006/11/26 6 $1,935,401 -51% 2,552 $758   $109,136,807 24
2006/11/27 4 $616,323 -68% 2,552 $242   $109,753,130 25
2006/11/28 4 $616,203 n/c 2,552 $241   $110,369,333 26
2006/11/29 4 $579,293 -6% 2,552 $227   $110,948,626 27
2006/11/30 4 $545,975 -6% 2,552 $214   $111,494,601 28
2006/12/01 6 $1,503,238 +175% 2,237 $672   $112,997,839 29
2006/12/02 7 $2,124,494 +41% 2,237 $950   $115,122,333 30
2006/12/03 7 $1,119,014 -47% 2,237 $500   $116,241,347 31
2006/12/04 5 $360,748 -68% 2,237 $161   $116,602,095 32
2006/12/05 5 $385,594 +7% 2,237 $172   $116,987,689 33
2006/12/06 5 $356,846 -7% 2,237 $160   $117,344,535 34
2006/12/07 5 $350,034 -2% 2,237 $156   $117,694,569 35
2006/12/08 10 $794,589 +127% 1,594 $498   $118,489,158 36
2006/12/09 - $1,154,685 +45% 1,594 $724   $119,643,843 37
2006/12/10 - $622,322 -46% 1,594 $390   $120,266,165 38
2006/12/11 8 $227,676 -63% 1,594 $143   $120,493,841 39
2006/12/12 8 $252,744 +11% 1,594 $159   $120,746,585 40
2006/12/13 8 $260,068 +3% 1,594 $163   $121,006,653 41
2006/12/14 8 $263,060 +1% 1,594 $165   $121,269,713 42
2006/12/15 - $463,113 +76% 951 $487   $121,732,826 43
2006/12/16 - $663,501 +43% 951 $698   $122,396,327 44
2006/12/17 - $417,226 -37% 951 $439   $122,813,553 45
2006/12/18 - $218,138 -48% 951 $229   $123,031,691 46
2006/12/19 - $233,316 +7% 951 $245   $123,265,007 47
2006/12/20 - $202,054 -13% 951 $212   $123,467,061 48
2006/12/21 - $216,936 +7% 951 $228   $123,683,997 49
2006/12/22 - $209,762 -3% 458 $458   $123,893,759 50
2006/12/23 - $270,778 +29% 458 $591   $124,164,537 51
2006/12/24 - $138,526 -49% 458 $302   $124,303,063 52
2006/12/25 19 $182,207 +32% 396 $460   $124,485,270 53
2006/12/26 - $194,355 +7% 396 $491   $124,679,625 54
2006/12/27 - $180,081 -7% 396 $455   $124,859,706 55
2006/12/28 - $170,964 -5% 396 $432   $125,030,670 56
2006/12/29 - $211,027 +23% 399 $529   $125,241,697 57
2006/12/30 - $236,996 +12% 399 $594   $125,478,693 58
2006/12/31 - $122,721 -48% 399 $308   $125,601,414 59
2007/01/01 - $188,175 +53% 399 $472   $125,789,589 60
2007/01/02 - $114,945 -39% 399 $288   $125,904,534 61
2007/01/03 - $90,071 -22% 399 $226   $125,994,605 62
2007/01/04 - $95,673 +6% 399 $240   $126,090,278 63
2007/01/05 - $150,297 +57% 353 $426   $126,240,575 64
2007/01/06 - $204,893 +36% 353 $580   $126,445,468 65
2007/01/07 - $111,844 -45% 353 $317   $126,557,312 66
2007/01/08 - $41,670 -63% 353 $118   $126,598,982 67
2007/01/09 - $48,212 +16% 353 $137   $126,647,194 68
2007/01/10 - $44,921 -7% 353 $127   $126,692,115 69
2007/01/11 - $46,256 +3% 353 $131   $126,738,371 70
2007/01/12 - $78,575 +70% 353 $223   $126,816,946 71
2007/01/13 - $116,491 +48% 353 $330   $126,933,437 72
2007/01/14 - $77,654 -33% 353 $220   $127,011,091 73
2007/01/15 36 $45,849 -41% 263 $174   $127,056,940 74
2007/01/16 - $36,415 -21% 263 $138   $127,093,355 75
2007/01/17 - $35,115 -4% 263 $134   $127,128,470 76
2007/01/18 - $35,116 n/c 263 $134   $127,163,586 77
2007/01/19 - $99,068 +182% 266 $372   $127,262,654 78
2007/01/20 - $158,535 +60% 266 $596   $127,421,189 79
2007/01/21 - $62,686 -60% 266 $236   $127,483,875 80
2007/01/22 - $27,748 -56% 266 $104   $127,511,623 81
2007/01/23 - $32,245 +16% 266 $121   $127,543,868 82
2007/01/24 - $29,225 -9% 266 $110   $127,573,093 83
2007/01/25 - $29,328 n/c 266 $110   $127,602,421 84
2007/01/26 - $62,178 +112% 240 $259   $127,664,599 85
2007/01/27 - $104,237 +68% 240 $434   $127,768,836 86
2007/01/28 - $58,385 -44% 240 $243   $127,827,221 87
2007/01/29 - $17,644 -70% 240 $74   $127,844,865 88
2007/01/30 - $20,219 +15% 240 $84   $127,865,084 89
2007/01/31 - $22,007 +9% 240 $92   $127,887,091 90
2007/02/01 - $18,362 -17% 240 $77   $127,905,453 91
2007/02/02 - $52,082 +184% 240 $217   $127,957,535 92
2007/02/03 - $78,987 +52% 240 $329   $128,036,522 93
2007/02/04 - $26,389 -67% 240 $110   $128,062,911 94
2007/02/05 - $18,126 -31% 240 $76   $128,081,037 95
2007/02/06 - $19,514 +8% 224 $87   $128,100,551 96
2007/02/07 - $19,277 -1% 224 $86   $128,119,828 97
2007/02/08 - $19,057 -1% 224 $85   $128,138,885 98
2007/02/09 - $35,463 +86% 167 $212   $128,174,348 99
2007/02/10 - $57,785 +63% 167 $346   $128,232,133 100
2007/02/11 - $30,239 -48% 167 $181   $128,262,372 101
2007/02/12 - $13,001 -57% 167 $78   $128,275,373 102
2007/02/13 - $12,940 n/c 167 $77   $128,288,313 103
2007/02/14 - $15,455 +19% 167 $93   $128,303,768 104
2007/02/15 - $13,803 -11% 167 $83   $128,317,571 105
2007/02/16 - $14,679 +6% 94 $156   $128,332,250 106
2007/02/17 - $25,091 +71% 94 $267   $128,357,341 107
2007/02/18 - $20,233 -19% 94 $215   $128,377,574 108
2007/02/19 46 $10,422 -48% 94 $111   $128,387,996 109
2007/02/20 - $6,797 -35% 94 $72   $128,394,793 110
2007/02/21 - $5,643 -17% 94 $60   $128,400,436 111
2007/02/22 - $5,918 +5% 94 $63   $128,406,354 112
2007/02/23 - $13,666 +131% 70 $195   $128,420,020 113
2007/02/24 - $20,029 +47% 70 $286   $128,440,049 114
2007/02/25 - $9,510 -53% 70 $136   $128,449,559 115
2007/02/26 - $3,614 -62% 70 $52   $128,453,173 116
2007/02/27 - $3,897 +8% 70 $56   $128,457,070 117
2007/02/28 - $3,902 n/c 70 $56   $128,460,972 118
2007/03/01 - $3,740 -4% 70 $53   $128,464,712 119
2007/03/02 - $5,174 +38% 35 $148   $128,469,886 120
2007/03/03 - $10,044 +94% 35 $287   $128,479,930 121
2007/03/04 - $4,327 -57% 35 $124   $128,484,257 122
2007/03/05 - $952 -78% 35 $27   $128,485,209 123
2007/03/06 - $1,377 +45% 35 $39   $128,486,586 124
2007/03/07 - $1,007 -27% 35 $29   $128,487,593 125
2007/03/08 - $1,107 +10% 35 $32   $128,488,700 126
2007/03/09 - $3,020 +173% 19 $159   $128,491,720 127
2007/03/10 - $4,537 +50% 19 $239   $128,496,257 128
2007/03/11 - $2,288 -50% 19 $120   $128,498,545 129
2007/03/12 - $700 -69% 19 $37   $128,499,245 130
2007/03/13 - $952 +36% 19 $50   $128,500,197 131
2007/03/14 - $847 -11% 19 $45   $128,501,044 132
2007/03/15 - $912 +8% 19 $48   $128,501,956 133
2007/03/16 - $594 -35% 6 $99   $128,502,550 134
2007/03/17 - $769 +29% 6 $128   $128,503,319 135
2007/03/18 - $417 -46% 6 $70   $128,503,736 136
2007/03/19 - $226 -46% 6 $38   $128,503,962 137
2007/03/20 - $197 -13% 6 $33   $128,504,159 138
2007/03/21 - $138 -30% 6 $23   $128,504,297 139
2007/03/22 - $401 +191% 6 $67   $128,504,698 140

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/11/03 1 $26,455,463   837 $31,607   $26,455,463 3
2006/11/10 1 $28,269,900 +7% 2,566 $11,017   $67,111,765 10
2006/11/17 3 $14,602,874 -48% 2,611 $5,593   $90,757,366 17
2006/11/24 5 $10,304,802 -29% 2,552 $4,038   $109,136,807 24
2006/12/01 7 $4,746,746 -54% 2,237 $2,122   $116,241,347 31
2006/12/08 11 $2,571,596 -46% 1,594 $1,613   $120,266,165 38
2006/12/15 14 $1,543,840 -40% 951 $1,623   $122,813,553 45
2006/12/22 17 $619,066 -60% 396 $1,563   $124,303,063 52
2006/12/29 20 $570,744 -8% 399 $1,430   $125,601,414 59
2007/01/05 26 $467,034 -18% 353 $1,323   $126,557,312 66
2007/01/12 36 $272,720 -42% 263 $1,037   $127,011,091 73
2007/01/19 33 $320,289 +17% 266 $1,204   $127,483,875 80
2007/01/26 36 $224,800 -30% 240 $937   $127,827,221 87
2007/02/02 39 $157,458 -30% 161 $978   $128,062,911 94
2007/02/09 46 $123,487 -22% 167 $739   $128,262,372 101
2007/02/16 47 $60,003 -51% 94 $638   $128,377,574 108
2007/02/23 54 $43,205 -28% 70 $617   $128,449,559 115
2007/03/02 63 $19,545 -55% 35 $558   $128,484,257 122
2007/03/09 71 $9,845 -50% 19 $518   $128,498,545 129
2007/03/16 95 $1,780 -82% 6 $297   $128,503,736 136
2007/03/23 113 $1,260 -29% 2 $630   $128,505,958 143

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/11/200722,029,195 2,029,195$30,701,720$30,701,7201
3/18/20074674,108-67% 2,703,303$10,778,987$41,480,7072
3/25/20077276,472-59% 2,979,775$4,420,787$45,901,4953
4/1/200712161,150-42% 3,140,925$2,576,788$48,478,2834
4/8/200725155,632-3% 3,296,557$2,488,556$50,966,8395
4/15/200712175,927+13% 3,472,484$2,913,351$53,880,1906
4/22/20071765,892-63% 3,538,376$1,185,397$55,065,5877
4/29/20072952,998-20% 3,591,374$1,006,432$56,072,0198

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