The Bourne Legacy

The Bourne Legacy poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $113,203,870Details
International Box Office $164,068,070
Worldwide Box Office $277,271,940
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $29,314,149 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $25,553,538 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $54,867,687
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

The Bourne Legacy pulls back the curtain to expose a darker layer of intrigue, a deeper mythology, and a new hero who must battle to stay alive when his program suddenly becomes a liability. The Bourne Legacy is exactly that - the legacy - the aftermath - of what's come before. Bournes public exposure at the end of The Bourne Ultimatum sparks a bonfire that threatens to burn down decades of research and development into the building of better spies and warriors. Audiences will discover that there are actually a variety of intelligence programs, that the CIA's Treadstone was but one of the early developments and that Bourne's actions are creating a tremendous anxiety that other programs may be exposed.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
55% - Rotten
Audience
59% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 10th, 2012 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: December 11th, 2012 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence and action sequences.
(Rating bulletin 2224, 5/23/2012)
Keywords: Midquel, Sequels Without Their Original Stars, Government Corruption, Secret Agent, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Universal Pictures, Relativity Media

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Blu-ray Sales: Ted Loves Being High (Definition)

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 11th, 2012

It's a terrible week on the home market from top to bottom, but for different reasons. There are a few really big releases at the top, Ted, Ice Age: Continental Drift, The Bourne Legacy, Girls: Season One, Futurama: Volume Seven. However, I am waiting for the final screener for all of them. (I did get a DVD screener for a couple.) After that glut of good releases, there's a sharp drop-off in sales potential. That doesn't mean there aren't other releases worth picking up, but I don't expect Following to sell 100,000 units on DVD or Blu-ray. It is the best release on this week's list and the winner of the Pick of the Week honor. On a side note, there are a ton of cheap releases with the word, "Django" in the title, obviously hoping to cash in on Django Unchained. There are also a lot of releases that I would describe as porn, or at least porn-lite. I assume those two trends are unrelated. More...

International Box Office: Skyfall Starts Sky High

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International Box Office: Looper Leads, But Not as Lively

Well... we found out why the Chinese box office numbers were extra late this week. There was an accounting error in Looper's previously reported numbers and it took time to sort things out. Instead of making $23 million to $25 million, it made about $6 million. That's actually still really good and better than it performed here, relative to the size of the two markets, but it wasn't a monster hit. The wide gap in the initial reported number and the final figure is an embarrassment, but hopefully it will spur China to build the infrastructure needed to collect box office data faster and more accurately. China might be the most important international market, but studios can't invest money into making movies aimed more at a Chinese market if they can't trust the box office numbers they get. The other numbers we had were accurate leading to a total weekend haul of $22.85 million on 2,506 million in 17 markets. It wasn't a hit in all of them, as it only managed third place in Brazil with $955,000 on 332 screens. The film is just starting its international run, so it is hard to predict where it will end up, but so far most signs are very positive. More...

International Box Office: Evil Triumphs

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International Box Office: Evil Finds a Home Worldwide

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International Box Office: Expendables Fight Their Way to the Top

The Expendables 2 opened in China and that helped propel it into first place with $41.62 million on 5,930 screens in 48 markets for an international total of $157.29 million. Unfortunately, as it is usually the case, no numbers for China were released, but were likely more than half the film's weekend haul. It also opened in South Korea earning third place with $1.58 million on 394 screens over the weekend for a total of $1.81 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases Go Silent

Yuck. The overall box office this past weekend was not only the worst of the year so far, but it was the worst we've seen in more than a decade. Not only did the box office have a decade of inflation, but also a decade of population growth, which makes this result even more depressing. The Possession was the only bright spot in the top ten. Both The Words and The Cold Light of Day missed the Mendoza Line during their opening weekend. Overall, the box office plummeted 35% to just $67 million. Compared to last year, the box office fell by 17%. It's a disaster. 2012 is still ahead of 2011 by 3.3% at $7.70 billion to $7.45 billion. Things will have to get better next weekend, so hopefully we will never have to think about this weekend again. More...

Weekend Predictions: The Box Office is Going to Get Schooled

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International Box Office: Rises Returns to the Top

Thanks to its opening in China, The Dark Knight Rises returned to the top of the international chart with $49.8 million on 10,000 screens in 64 markets. The film now has $577.7 million internationally and $1.009 billion worldwide, becoming just the twelfth film to reach that milestone. In China, the film earned $28.5 million on 4,100 screens, which was easily enough for first place. The film had to settle for second place in Italy with $4.95 million on 914 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.75 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office Gets Possessive

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Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases Work?

It's the Labor Day long weekend, a weekend that a lot of families like to spend outdoors, or on a last minute vacation before school starts. It is generally a bad time to release a film, but three films hope to outperform the historical averages for the weekend. I don't think it will work. The Possession could win the weekend, but Lawless also has a shot. The other wide release, The Oogieloves in the BIG Balloon Adventure, doesn’t have a shot at top spot. It doesn't have a shot at the top ten. It does have a shot at breaking records, on the other hand. As for the holdovers, The Expendables has a shot at the threepeat, but that would be really bad news for the overall box office. Speaking of which, last year, none of the new wide releases were able to crack $10 million, which left The Help in first place. I don't think any film this year will top that film's weekend haul, but overall the depth is better this year and perhaps we can eke out a win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Expendables Brave the Competition

The Expendables 2 remained in first place with $25.96 million on 5,672 screens in 33 markets for a total of $66.76 million. It debuted in first place in Spain with $2.45 million on 459 screens, which is significantly more than the original made in Spain when it opened. Meanwhile, it added $3.13 million on 815 screens in Russia, for a total of $14.22 million after two weeks of release in that market. This is more than its predecessor earned in total in Russia. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dog Days of Summer

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International Box Office: International Box Office is Essential for The Expendables

The Expendables 2 earned first place during its international debut with $23.01 million on 3,741 screens in 19 markets. It was led by Russia where it made $8.12 million on 804 during its opening weekend. It also topped the chart in Mexico ($3.32 million on 1,249) and in Italy ($1.91 million on 379). It only managed fourth place in the U.K. with $3.12 million on 451 screens. By comparison, The Expendables earned much less in Russia, Mexico, and Italy, but much more in the U.K. Overall, the sequel has made a little more than its predecessor, but it is too soon to tell where it will end up. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases be Hits or will Moviegoers Run Away?

Last weekend there were seven films to earning more than $10 million. This weekend, it looks like none of the new releases will reach that mark, while there's a slim chance none of the holdovers will stay above that level either. Granted, it would take an epic collapse by The Expendables 2 to fail to top $10 million, but it is possible. Of the new releases, Premium Rush is the only one with a shot at $10 million. It has good reviews, but they probably won't be enough. I thought Hit and Run would be a disaster with critics, but its reviews are actually above 50% positive. On the other hand, its Wednesday opening was a disaster. Finally there's The Apparition. It is opening in less than 1000 theaters and was not screened for critics. Enough said. Last year was also terrible, so there a chance 2012 will squeak out a win. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Summer Has Set

Apparently summer ended over the weekend. It didn't go out with a thud, but more just faded away. The Expendables 2 was able to earn first place, but missed even the low end of expectations. In fact, the only new release to not struggle as much as analysts were expecting was Sparkle, and even that film missed expectations, it just did so by a tiny margin. There is some good news. There was a lot of depth with seven films earning more than $10 million over the weekend and overall the box office only slipped 2.3% from last weekend hitting $139 million. This was actually 12% higher than the same weekend last year. Analysts were obviously hoping for something more, but at this point, a win is a win. Year-to-date, 2012 is still ahead of 2011, but that lead has shrunk to 3.3% at $7.22 billion to $6.99 billion. Attendance is only up by 2.1%, so if the rest of August and September don't pull their weight, we might see 2012 lose that lead entirely. More...

Weekend Estimates: Expendables 2 Blasts Competition

The Expendables 2 will enjoy a comfortable win at the box office this weekend, even though its debut number looks as though it will fall somewhat behind the first film in the franchise. Lionsgate currently has the film pegged at $28.75 million for the weekend, well ahead of The Bourne Legacy's $17 million second weekend. ParaNorman will scare up about $14 million for third place, and a total of seven films will top $10 million this weekend, including the two other debutants, Sparkle (which is set for $12 million, per Sony), and The Odd Life of Timothy Green (shooting for $10.9 million, according to Disney). More...

Contest: Bourne Bequest: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Bourne Bequest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Predictions: Are The Expendables Essential Viewing?

It looks like summer will be extended by one more week, as The Expendables 2 is tracking for an opening of close to $40 million, maybe a little more. Even better for the market, it isn't the only new release of the weekend. I think ParaNorman could be a solid hit in a counter-programming role. Not everyone agrees with me, on the other hand. ParaNorman is competing with The Odd Life of Timothy Green, but as a live action family film, it's chances are a lot weaker. The final new release is Sparkle, which only has a 50/50 chance of reaching the top five. Last year there were also four wide releases, but combined they made less than $40 million. The Expendables 2 could make more than that by itself. 2012 should finally break out of its losing streak. More...

Per Theater Chart: 2 Days 2 Strong

2 Days in New York led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $11,971 in two theaters. This is well below its predecessor and it likely won't have the same legs either. The re-release of Max and the Junkman earned $11,264 in its lone theater. The overall number one film, The Bourne Legacy, cracked the $10,000 club with an average of $10,185. Red Hook Summer was right behind with an average of $10,018 in four theaters. More...

International Box Office: Rising to Another Milestone

The Dark Knight Rises remained in first place with $35.1 million on 12,000 screens in 58 markets over the weekend. After nearly a month in release, it has $446.6 million internationally and $836.2 million worldwide. It became just the 33rd film to reach $800 million worldwide. The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but has yet to open in Italy, while it should have enough left to get to $900 million with relative ease, getting to $1 billion will be a whole lot harder. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Legacy Leads Competition, Weekend Still Weak

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Weekend Estimates: Bourne and Campaign Knock Out Batman

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Weekend Predictions: Will Bourne Live Up to Its Legacy?

The Bourne Legacy should have no trouble dominating the box office this weekend and it might become the last $100 million hit of the summer. On the other hand, it might not be the only $100 million hit opening this week. The Campaign is an R-rated comedy, which should do better than most and at least has an outside shot at reaching the century club. Hope Springs is counter-programming aimed at a more mature target demographic and its chances over the weekend are not great, but its legs could be strong. Finally, there's Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D, which is only playing in about 800 theaters, but it could squeeze into the top ten. This week last year the new releases were led by The Help while a returning film, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, topped the chart. Neither film made $30 million over the weekend, which is something The Bourne Legacy should do with ease, so 2012 should pull out a win. Hopefully that is the case, because year-over-year, 2012 has been losing big time lately. More...

Contest: Bourne Bequest

The Bourne Legacy will dominate new releases next weekend, but will it live up to its predecessors? Regardless of the answer to that question, it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for The Bourne Legacy. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Impostor on Blu-ray. 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 a copy of Dirty Pretty Things on Blu-ray Finally, one other entrant will be chosen regardless of what they predicted, and they will win the last copy of Darkness on Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2012 Preview: August

July was another bad month with five of the seven films missing expectations. Only one matched expectations, or came close enough to call it a victory, while another film is too close to call. 2012 is still ahead of 2011, but that margin did shrink last month, despite the performance of The Dark Knight Rises, which earned $300 million during the month. Looking ahead to August, there are fourteen films opening wide, maybe fifteen, making it the busiest month in a long time. Of those releases, five or six have a shot at $100 million, while none will get much beyond that point. Maybe The Bourne Legacy will be a surprise hit and match the average of its predecessors, but most analysts wouldn't be willing to bet money on that. By comparison, last August only had two films that topped $100 million, Rise of the Planet of the Apes and The Help. I don't think any film opening this August will match those two films, but we have much better depth this time around. Hopefully we will be able to extend our lead this month, unlike the last two months. More...

Cast

Jeremy Renner    Aaron Cross
Rachel Weisz    Dr. Marta Shearing
Edward Norton    Retired Col. Eric Byer, USAF
Stacy Keach    Retired Adm. Mark Turso, USN
Dennis Boutsikaris    Terrence Ward
Oscar Isaac    Outcome #3
Joan Allen    Pam Landy
Albert Finney    Dr. Albert Hirsch
David Strathairn    Noah Vosen
Scott Glenn    Ezra Kramer
Donna Murphy    Dita Mandy
Michael Chernus    Arthur Ingram
Corey Stoll    Zev Vendel
Alice Gainer    Lean Foward MSNBC Anchor
Prue Lewarne    CNN Reporter
Howard Leader    MSNBC Man Analyst
James Joseph O'Neil    Sterisyn-Morlanta Gateman
Tony Guida    Dr. Benezara
Sonnie Brown    Dr. Lieberberg
Neil Brooks Cunningham    Dr. Dan Hillcott
Zeljko Ivanek    Dr. Donald Foite
Rob Riley    Outcome #6
Noel Wilson    Neuro Luncheon MC
Corey Johnson    Ray Wills
Jennifer Kim    Outcome #4
Page Leong    Mrs. Yun
John Douglas Thompson    Lt. Gen. Paulson
Adi Hanash    Outcome #1
Robert Prescott    Air Force Officer
David Wilson Barnes    Drone Spec.
Don Guillory    Dron Pilot
Patrick Vincent Marro    Drone Command Guard
Ali Reza Farahnakian    Dr. Talwar
Gita Reddy    Dr. Chandra
Tom Riis Farrell    Blue Lab Doctor
Steve Routman    Blue Lab Doctor
Peter Lewis    Blue Lab Doctor
Anitha Gandhi    Blue Lab Doctor
Heather Lupton Rasche    Blue Lab Doctor
Natalie Bird    Blue Lab Doctor
Edgar Letran    Blue Lab Doctor
Alvin Zalamea    Blue Lab Doctor
Spencer Sano    Blue Lab Doctor
Julie R. Ysla    Woman With the Bag
Joel Torre    Citrus Samaritan
Hermie Concepcion    Pissed-Off Guy
Art Acuna    Manila Driver
Adrian Talinga    Captain's Son
Lou Veloso    Captain
Ian Blackman    Landy's Attorney
Jodi Applegate Kay    Landy Reporter
Tony Carlin    Landy Reporter
Karen Pittman    Landy Reporter
Ana Berry    Landy Reporter
Matthew J. Walters    Landy Reporter
Brian O'Neill    Landy Reporter

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tony Gilroy
Screenwriter    Tony Gilroy
Screenwriter    Dan Gilroy
Story Creator    Tony Gilroy
Producer    Frank Marshall
Producer    Patrick Crowley
Producer    Jeffrey M. Weiner
Producer    Ben Smith
Inspired by the "Bourne" Series Created by    Robert Ludlum
Executive Producer    Henry Morrison
Executive Producer    Jennifer Fox
Director of Photography    Robert Elswit
Production Designer    Kevin Thompson
Editor    John Gilroy
Composer    James Newton Howard
Casting Director    Ellen Chenoweth
Costume Designer    Shay Cunliffe
Unit Production Manager    Daniel M. Stillman
Unit Production Manager    Patrick Crowley
First Assistant Director    Steve E. Andrews
First Assistant Director    William M. Connor
Assistant Director    Maggie Murphy
Second Unit Director    Dan Bradley
Stunt Coordinator    Dan Bradley
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/08/10 1 $13,931,400   3,745 $3,720   $13,931,400 1
2012/08/11 1 $14,474,425 +4% 3,745 $3,865   $28,405,825 2
2012/08/12 1 $9,737,000 -33% 3,745 $2,600   $38,142,825 3
2012/08/13 1 $3,857,355 -60% 3,745 $1,030   $42,000,180 4
2012/08/14 1 $4,344,200 +13% 3,745 $1,160   $46,344,380 5
2012/08/15 1 $3,164,525 -27% 3,745 $845   $49,508,905 6
2012/08/16 1 $3,052,175 -4% 3,745 $815   $52,561,080 7
2012/08/17 2 $5,310,495 +74% 3,753 $1,415   $57,871,575 8
2012/08/18 2 $7,074,405 +33% 3,753 $1,885   $64,945,980 9
2012/08/19 2 $4,672,485 -34% 3,753 $1,245   $69,618,465 10
2012/08/20 2 $1,707,615 -63% 3,753 $455   $71,326,080 11
2012/08/21 2 $2,007,855 +18% 3,753 $535   $73,333,935 12
2012/08/22 2 $1,444,905 -28% 3,753 $385   $74,778,840 13
2012/08/23 2 $1,407,375 -3% 3,753 $375   $76,186,215 14
2012/08/24 2 $2,722,230 +93% 3,654 $745   $78,908,445 15
2012/08/25 2 $4,129,020 +52% 3,654 $1,130   $83,037,465 16
2012/08/26 3 $2,484,755 -40% 3,654 $680   $85,522,220 17
2012/08/27 3 $930,885 -63% 3,654 $255   $86,453,105 18
2012/08/28 2 $1,077,930 +16% 3,654 $295   $87,531,035 19
2012/08/29 4 $732,900 -32% 3,490 $210   $88,263,935 20
2012/08/30 4 $734,505 n/c 3,490 $210   $88,998,440 21
2012/08/31 4 $1,784,670 +143% 3,131 $570   $90,783,110 22
2012/09/01 4 $2,661,350 +49% 3,131 $850   $93,444,460 23
2012/09/02 4 $2,786,590 +5% 3,131 $890   $96,231,050 24
2012/09/03 6 $2,082,115 -25% 3,131 $665   $98,313,165 25
2012/09/04 5 $563,580 -73% 3,131 $180   $98,876,745 26
2012/09/05 6 $375,720 -33% 3,131 $120   $99,252,465 27
2012/09/06 5 $407,030 +8% 3,131 $130   $99,659,495 28
2012/09/07 5 $1,132,770 +178% 2,766 $410   $100,792,265 29
2012/09/08 6 $1,937,055 +71% 2,766 $700   $102,729,320 30
2012/09/09 8 $899,505 -54% 2,766 $325   $103,628,825 31
2012/09/10 6 $290,430 -68% 2,766 $105   $103,919,255 32
2012/09/11 6 $387,240 +33% 2,766 $140   $104,306,495 33
2012/09/12 6 $318,090 -18% 2,766 $115   $104,624,585 34
2012/09/13 6 $317,075 n/c 2,766 $115   $104,941,660 35
2012/09/14 7 $845,225 +167% 2,170 $390   $105,786,885 36
2012/09/15 7 $1,334,550 +58% 2,170 $615   $107,121,435 37
2012/09/16 8 $672,700 -50% 2,170 $310   $107,794,135 38
2012/09/17 8 $249,550 -63% 2,170 $115   $108,043,685 39
2012/09/18 7 $314,655 +26% 2,170 $145   $108,358,340 40
2012/09/19 8 $217,225 -31% 2,170 $100   $108,575,565 41
2012/09/20 8 $217,135 n/c 2,170 $100   $108,792,700 42
2012/09/21 10 $479,385 +121% 1,431 $335   $109,272,085 43
2012/09/22 11 $787,050 +64% 1,431 $550   $110,059,135 44
2012/09/23 12 $343,440 -56% 1,431 $240   $110,402,575 45
2012/09/24 13 $107,325 -69% 1,431 $75   $110,509,900 46
2012/09/25 - $142,450 +33% 1,431 $100   $110,652,350 47
2012/09/26 12 $136,655 -4% 1,431 $95   $110,789,005 48
2012/09/27 11 $128,150 -6% 1,431 $90   $110,917,155 49
2012/09/28 16 $234,840 +83% 824 $285   $111,151,995 50
2012/09/29 16 $383,160 +63% 824 $465   $111,535,155 51
2012/09/30 19 $164,800 -57% 824 $200   $111,699,955 52
2012/10/01 - $53,560 -68% 824 $65   $111,753,515 53
2012/10/02 - $65,920 +23% 824 $80   $111,819,435 54
2012/10/03 - $53,560 -19% 824 $65   $111,872,995 55
2012/10/04 - $57,680 +8% 824 $70   $111,930,675 56
2012/10/05 - $103,630 +80% 482 $215   $112,034,305 57
2012/10/06 - $151,830 +47% 482 $315   $112,186,135 58
2012/10/07 - $89,170 -41% 482 $185   $112,275,305 59
2012/10/08 - $50,610 -43% 482 $105   $112,325,915 60
2012/10/09 - $33,740 -33% 482 $70   $112,359,655 61
2012/10/10 - $31,330 -7% 482 $65   $112,390,985 62
2012/10/11 - $31,295 n/c 482 $65   $112,422,280 63
2012/10/12 - $51,450 +64% 245 $210   $112,473,730 64
2012/10/13 - $73,485 +43% 245 $300   $112,547,215 65
2012/10/14 - $35,525 -52% 245 $145   $112,582,740 66
2012/10/15 - $13,475 -62% 245 $55   $112,596,215 67
2012/10/16 - $15,925 +18% 245 $65   $112,612,140 68
2012/10/17 - $14,700 -8% 245 $60   $112,626,840 69
2012/10/18 - $14,825 +1% 245 $61   $112,641,665 70
2012/10/19 - $54,520 +268% 232 $235   $112,696,185 71
2012/10/20 - $75,400 +38% 232 $325   $112,771,585 72
2012/10/21 - $37,115 -51% 232 $160   $112,808,700 73
2012/10/22 - $12,760 -66% 232 $55   $112,821,460 74
2012/10/23 - $18,560 +45% 232 $80   $112,840,020 75
2012/10/24 - $14,985 -19% 232 $65   $112,855,005 76
2012/10/25 - $15,100 +1% 232 $65   $112,870,105 77
2012/10/26 - $43,005 +185% 191 $225   $112,913,110 78
2012/10/27 - $59,125 +37% 191 $310   $112,972,235 79
2012/10/28 - $29,605 -50% 191 $155   $113,001,840 80
2012/10/29 - $11,460 -61% 191 $60   $113,013,300 81
2012/10/30 - $15,280 +33% 191 $80   $113,028,580 82
2012/10/31 - $16,235 +6% 191 $85   $113,044,815 83
2012/11/01 - $15,250 -6% 191 $80   $113,060,065 84
2012/11/02 - $33,660 +121% 153 $220   $113,093,725 85
2012/11/03 - $49,725 +48% 153 $325   $113,143,450 86
2012/11/04 - $22,185 -55% 153 $145   $113,165,635 87
2012/11/05 - $9,180 -59% 153 $60   $113,174,815 88
2012/11/06 - $10,005 +9% 153 $65   $113,184,820 89
2012/11/07 - $9,180 -8% 153 $60   $113,194,000 90
2012/11/08 - $9,870 +8% 153 $65   $113,203,870 91

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/08/10 1 $38,142,825   3,745 $10,185   $38,142,825 3
2012/08/17 2 $17,057,385 -55% 3,753 $4,545   $69,618,465 10
2012/08/24 2 $9,336,005 -45% 3,654 $2,555   $85,522,220 17
2012/08/31 4 $7,232,610 -23% 3,131 $2,310   $96,231,050 24
2012/09/07 6 $3,969,330 -45% 2,766 $1,435   $103,628,825 31
2012/09/14 8 $2,852,475 -28% 2,170 $1,315   $107,794,135 38
2012/09/21 11 $1,609,875 -44% 1,431 $1,125   $110,402,575 45
2012/09/28 17 $782,800 -51% 824 $950   $111,699,955 52
2012/10/05 19 $344,630 -56% 482 $715   $112,275,305 59
2012/10/12 24 $160,460 -53% 245 $655   $112,582,740 66
2012/10/19 25 $167,035 +4% 232 $720   $112,808,700 73
2012/10/26 28 $131,735 -21% 191 $690   $113,001,840 80
2012/11/02 31 $105,570 -20% 153 $690   $113,165,635 87

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/16/20124562,452 562,452$9,556,059$9,556,0591
12/23/20128271,516-52% 833,968$5,419,459$14,975,5192
12/30/20127203,543-25% 1,037,511$4,062,718$19,038,2373
1/6/20139117,596-42% 1,155,107$2,347,216$21,385,4534
1/13/20131562,515-47% 1,217,622$1,247,799$22,633,2535
1/20/20131836,739-41% 1,254,361$733,310$23,366,5636
1/27/20132233,589-9% 1,287,950$503,499$23,870,0627
2/3/20132822,891-32% 1,310,841$343,136$24,213,1988
2/10/20131447,896+109% 1,358,737$717,003$24,930,2019
2/17/20132149,176+3% 1,407,913$737,148$25,667,35010
2/24/20132432,265-34% 1,440,178$483,007$26,150,35711
3/3/20133019,931-38% 1,460,109$297,769$26,448,12612

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/16/20122601,485 601,485$12,751,482$12,751,4821
12/23/20127219,324-64% 820,809$5,474,327$18,225,8092
12/30/2012799,088-55% 919,897$2,473,243$20,699,0523
1/6/2013852,762-47% 972,660$1,316,948$22,016,0004
1/13/20131718,666-65% 991,325$465,725$22,481,7255
1/20/20131316,031-14% 1,007,357$383,308$22,865,0336
1/27/20131411,961-25% 1,019,318$246,516$23,111,5497
2/3/20131910,906-9% 1,030,224$218,009$23,329,5588

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