Bridesmaids

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $169,106,725Details
International Box Office $120,156,411
Worldwide Box Office $289,263,136
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $67,315,248 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $24,912,938 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $92,228,186
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Maid of Honor Annie's life unravels as she leads her best friend, Lillian, and a group of colorful bridesmaids on a wild ride down the road to matrimony. Annie's life is a mess. But when she finds out her lifetime best friend is engaged, she simply must serve as Lillian's maid of honor. Though lovelorn and broke, Annie bluffs her way through the expensive and bizarre rituals. With one chance to get it perfect, she'll show Lillian and her bridesmaids just how far you'll go for someone you love.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
90% - Certified Fresh
Audience
76% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$32,500,000
Theatrical Release: May 13th, 2011 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: September 20th, 2011 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for some strong sexuality, and language throughout.
(Rating bulletin 2156, 1/26/2011)
Keywords: Epilogue, Improvised, Bachelor Party, Delayed Adulthood, Ensemble, Buddy Comedy, Judd Apatow Buddy Comedy, Wedding Day, Wedding Planning, Flight Attendant
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: New Releases Were Expendable

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DVD Sales: Unbreakable Vow

There was a weird mix of new releases and ancient holdovers on the top of the DVD sales chart this week. (Maybe "ancient" is overstating things.) Leading the way was The Vow with an impressive opening week sales of 810,000 units / $13.76 million. Given its domestic box office numbers, this is a great start and it is likely already profitable. More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Original Screenplay

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we will look at the two writing categories, finishing with Best Original Screenplay. This race could be closer than it looks at first, as differences in rules affected the WGA nominations, but will there be an upset? More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Supporting Actress

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2012 Awards Season: Hugo and The Artist Compete for Oscar Glory

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Awards Season: WGAs Welcome Same Group of Nominees

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Awards Season: PGAs Build Consensus

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Awards Season: Globes Reward Artistic Intent

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations and the Awards Season picture started to look a whole lot clearer. The Artist led the way with six nominations, while The Descendents and The Help were right behind with five apiece. More...

Awards Season: SAG Spreads the Love

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DVD Sales: Smurfs Start the Final Stretch in Style

We are in the final stretch for the Christmas shopping season, but there are still few more summer blockbusters coming out from now till Christmas week. This time around, there were half a dozen new releases on this week's DVD sales chart, led by The Smurfs with 491,000 units / $8.34 million. For a kids' film that sold more than $140 million in tickets, this is slow start. More...

DVD Sales: Cars 2 Retakes Lead Thanks to Black Friday

Cars 2 returned to top spot on the DVD Sales Chart this week thanks in part to Black Friday sales. Over the week it sold 1.06 million units, lifting its totals to 3.86 million units / $61.14 million putting into fourth place for 2011. More...

2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Part I

This weekend is Thanksgiving and as always that means Black Friday and Cyber Monday plus 48 hours of shopping in-between. And as always, I've already done my Christmas shopping, for the most part. (I'm still waiting to see if the B.C.Lions win the Grey Cup. If not, I'll need to look for an alternative gift.) For everyone else who is still searching, we present the first part in our annual Holiday Gift Guide. As usual, the gift guide is divided into several sections, starting with Major Movie Releases. These are first run releases, franchise box sets, etc. However, before we get into the individual titles, we will start with an update on... More...

Blu-ray Sales: King Begins Reign of the Century

A pair of powerful new releases helped push the Blu-ray sales chart to record levels. The Lion King led the way with 1.57 million units sold, earning $46.46 million. If you add in The Trilogy Box Set, which sold 44,000 units / $3.33 million, the film earned nearly $50 million in opening week sales. I wasn't expecting it to sell this well. More...

DVD Sales: Fast Five Takes Checkered Flag

The list of new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart was short with only two such DVDs. This does include a new number one film, Fast Five, which sold 851,000 units while generating $13.92 million during its first week of release. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Transformers Soar Past the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon dominated the new releases and the Blu-ray sales chart in a way few films have managed. It sold 1.42 million units generating $29.66 million from Friday through Sunday. Its opening Blu-ray ratio was 64%, which is a record for a first-run release. It also represented 68% of all Blu-rays sold, which is mind-boggling. More...

DVD Sales: Transformers Look on the Bright Side of Things

There were only three new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD Sales Chart, but all three placed high on the list. Leading the way was Transformers: Dark of the Moon with 796,000 units / $13.53 million from Friday through Sunday. This is lower than Bridesmaids opened with last week, but this was a Friday release, so that does have some effect. I'm still a little disappointed in the film's DVD sales, but hopefully it was much stronger on Blu-ray. More...

DVD Sales: Honeymoon Begins for Bridesmaids

New releases were again dominated by TV on DVD releases representing five of the eight new DVDs to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart. However, none of them reached the top five. The best of these new releases was Bridesmaids with 1.37 million units / $21.44 million in opening week sales. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Bridesmaids Highlight of Banner Week

Bridesmaids led the way on the Blu-ray sales chart, just as it did on the DVD sales chart. It was by far the best new release selling 593,000 units and generating $13.30 million in revenue. Its opening week Blu-ray ratio was 30%, which is very high for this type of release and further proof Blu-ray is taking over from DVD. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Thor Goes to War

There are three major releases on this week's Blu-ray sales chart, including one that was released a little early, and one that was released a little late. Leading the way in terms of units sold is Thor with 799,000 units / $22.00 million. Its opening Blu-ray ratio was just a hair under 50% and that's a figure that will quickly become the norm for blockbuster releases. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Bridesmaids

While there were high hopes for Bridesmaids in terms of critical reception, it wasn't expected to be a huge hit in theaters. Female driven comedies are generally a hard sell at the box office. R-rated ones are practically unheard of. It opened with respectable numbers, but nothing too special. Then its legs kicked in. In the end, the film earned more than $160 million and topped such films as X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern, both of which opened with twice as much money as Bridesmaids did. Is it really as good as its box office numbers would indicate. Or will I be one of the few to fail to see its appeal. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for September 20th, 2011

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International Box Office: Little Blue Guys Earning Lots of Green

The Smurfs remained in first place with $35.18 million on 10,737 screens in 47 markets for a total of $211.52 million internationally and $329.07 million worldwide. The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but did add $3.95 million on 504 screens during its third weekend in Brazil and it now has $21.91 million in that market. That's like earning more than $200 million domestically. With openings in Italy, Japan, and Australia still ahead, the film should have no trouble getting to $400 million worldwide, which means it is on pace to earn a profit before the home market. More...

International Box Office: Cars Cuts Off Panda to Take Checkered Flag

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Weekend Estimates: Green Lantern Lights the Way

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Weekend Predictions: Will X-Men's Latest Offering be Top of the Class?

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Weekend Wrap-Up: A Memorial Day To Remember?

Records were broken on Memorial Day long weekend, which makes the weekend one to remember. Ironic then that the biggest hit of the weekend was a film about people who can't remember the night before. Yes, The Hangover 2 easily took top spot, while Kung Fu Panda 2 was disappointingly far behind. On the other hand, it still earned more than last year's number one film, Shrek Forever After, so it at least pulled its weight. Overall, the three-day box office was a very healthy $223 million, or 33% more than last weekend and 47% more than the same weekend last year. Over four days, the box office pulled in $277 million, or 44% more than last year. Those figures were both records for biggest Memorial Day long weekend ever, crushing 2007's offering by $22 million. Year-to-date, 2011 now has $4.02 billion and has cut the gap with 2010 to just over 8% at $4.38 billion. If the rest of the summer is as strong as May was, we could be in good shape going into the fall. More...

Weekend Predictions: Two by Two

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Pirates Pillage the Box Office

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Weekend Estimates: Pirates More Errr Than Arrr

While a $90 million opening is nothing to sniff at, and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides will most likely become, briefly, 2011's top-grossing movie, the film's performance puts Disney in an interesting position. On the one hand, its international performance so far has been impressive, and there's a good chance it will end with $700 million or so outside North America. That alone will make it a highly-profitable movie. But domestically it will most likely top out around $250 million, which won't take much of a chunk out of its estimated $250 million production budget, and home video sales are unlikely to come anywhere near the kind of numbers posted by previous movies in the franchise. So from a purely domestic perspective, it would be tempting to scale back or retire the franchise. But the international demand clearly suggests it has some life yet. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will a Strange Tide Lift the Box Office?

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Contest: Better Hustle: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Better Hustle contest were determined and they are... More...

Per Theater Chart: L'Amour's In Love With Top Spot

L'Amour Fou was the only film to top the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart, earning first place with an average of $18,625 in two theaters. The number two film on the overall box office chart, Bridesmaids, did at least come relatively close with an average of $8,995. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Thor and Bridesmaids Spark Surprise Win

A stronger than expected hold by Thor and a better than expected debut by Bridesmaids helped 2011 earn a surprise win in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, with an overall haul of $140 million, it was 16% lower than last weekend, but it topped the same weekend last year... By less than $1 million. Hey, a win is a win and I'll take it. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010 by $500 million at $3.44 billion to $3.94 billion, but we could see that gap close next weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Thor Tops Strong Opening for Bridesmaids

A bigger-than-expected opening for Bridesmaids gave the market a welcome shot in the arm this weekend, according to studio estimates. While the comedy didn't top the weekend, it did top most predictions (although C.S. just about nailed it in his Friday column) with an estimated debut of $24.4 million, continuing an excellent run for Universal after a long stretch of under-performance. Thor remained top of the chart though, and will drop a respectable 47% according to Paramount's figures. That puts it on track for about $170 million in total, which isn't bad for the first outing in a franchise, although hardly record-breaking. More...

Weekend Predictions: Lightning Likely to Strike Twice

With no blockbuster releases this weekend, Thor seems set to repeat at the box office champion. This will likely result in a pretty big decline from last weekend's total box office, and there's almost no chance the box office will keep pace with last year. Hopefully next weekend things will turn around.

Thor has to deal with direct competition and the Fanboy Effect this weekend. On the positive side, it also has strong reviews and neither of the new films are expected to be monster hits. The combination of factors makes a 50% drop-off likely, while a fall as much as 60% would not be a large surprise. More...

Contest: Better Hustle

After two weeks of massive hits, next weekend neither film seems likely to be anything more than a midlevel hit. This makes it all the more difficult to pick a target film in this week's box office prediction contest. Bridesmaids is not your typical blockbuster, but I think it has a better than 50% shot at outperforming Priest in 3D and as such is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Bridesmaids. Meanwhile, all three prizes are from Fox's Father's Day collection of Blu-ray releases. 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 The Hustler on Blu-ray. 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 The Comancheros on Blu-ray. Finally, one additional entrant will be chosen and they will win the final copy of Tigerland on Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2011 Preview: May

Summer is officially upon us and after a depressing start to the year, we finally have some reason to be optimistic. April produced a few films that were stronger than expected and the last three weekends have produced wins in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, 2011 is a long way from matching 2010's pace, but if we can earn a few more wins this month, we could be in good shape going forward. In comparison with last May, the month starts off slowly this year, but comes on really strong by the end and looks much healthier overall. In fact, last May there were only three films to make more than $100 million at the box office. (Granted, two others came very close.) This year there are four films that might open with more than $100 million. Right now 2010 has about a $500 million lead on 2011, but hopefully by the end of the month that lead will be down to $300 million. More...

Cast

Kristen Wiig    Annie
Maya Rudolph    Lilian
Rose Byrne    Helen
Wendi McLendon-Covey    Rita
Ellie Kemper    Becca
Melissa McCarthy    Megan
Chris O'Dowd    Nathan
Matt Lucas    Gil

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Paul Feig
Producer    Judd Apatow
Producer    Clayton Townsend
Producer    Barry Mendel
Executive Producer    Paul Feig
Screenwriter    Annie Mumolo
Screenwriter    Kristen Wiig
Cinematographer    Robert Yeoman
Editor    William Kerr
Editor    Mike Sale
Composer    Michael Andrews
Production Designer    Jefferson Sage
Art Director    Keith P. Cunningham
Set Decorator    Douglas A. Mowat
Costume Designer    Leesa Evans
Sound Designer    Ken McLaughlin
Assistant Director    Matt Rebenkoff

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/13 2 $7,834,830   2,918 $2,685   $7,834,830 1
2011/05/14 2 $10,592,340 +35% 2,917 $3,631   $18,427,170 2
2011/05/15 2 $7,820,240 -26% 2,917 $2,681   $26,247,410 3
2011/05/16 1 $2,990,950 -62% 2,917 $1,025   $29,238,360 4
2011/05/17 1 $3,414,060 +14% 2,917 $1,170   $32,652,420 5
2011/05/18 1 $2,947,180 -14% 2,917 $1,010   $35,599,600 6
2011/05/19 1 $2,859,640 -3% 2,917 $980   $38,459,240 7
2011/05/20 2 $6,387,975 +123% 2,937 $2,175   $44,847,215 8
2011/05/21 2 $8,179,545 +28% 2,937 $2,785   $53,026,760 9
2011/05/22 2 $6,314,550 -23% 2,937 $2,150   $59,341,310 10
2011/05/23 2 $2,716,725 -57% 2,937 $925   $62,058,035 11
2011/05/24 2 $2,334,915 -14% 2,937 $795   $64,392,950 12
2011/05/25 2 $2,085,270 -11% 2,937 $710   $66,478,220 13
2011/05/26 4 $2,128,335 +2% 2,937 $725   $68,606,555 14
2011/05/27 4 $4,674,985 +120% 2,958 $1,580   $73,281,540 15
2011/05/28 4 $6,049,110 +29% 2,958 $2,045   $79,330,650 16
2011/05/29 4 $5,827,260 -4% 2,958 $1,970   $85,157,910 17
2011/05/30 4 $4,185,555 -28% 2,958 $1,415   $89,343,465 18
2011/05/31 4 $1,937,490 -54% 2,958 $655   $91,280,955 19
2011/06/01 4 $1,878,330 -3% 2,958 $635   $93,159,285 20
2011/06/02 4 $1,967,070 +5% 2,958 $665   $95,126,355 21
2011/06/03 5 $3,677,940 +87% 2,919 $1,260   $98,804,295 22
2011/06/04 5 $4,962,300 +35% 2,919 $1,700   $103,766,595 23
2011/06/05 5 $3,400,635 -31% 2,916 $1,166   $107,167,230 24
2011/06/06 5 $1,517,880 -55% 2,916 $521   $108,685,110 25
2011/06/07 5 $1,722,210 +13% 2,916 $591   $110,407,320 26
2011/06/08 5 $1,634,640 -5% 2,916 $561   $112,041,960 27
2011/06/09 5 $1,707,615 +4% 2,916 $586   $113,749,575 28
2011/06/10 6 $3,053,490 +79% 2,922 $1,045   $116,803,065 29
2011/06/11 6 $4,280,730 +40% 2,922 $1,465   $121,083,795 30
2011/06/12 6 $2,732,070 -36% 2,922 $935   $123,815,865 31
2011/06/13 5 $1,256,460 -54% 2,922 $430   $125,072,325 32
2011/06/14 5 $1,533,985 +22% 2,922 $525   $126,606,310 33
2011/06/15 5 $1,314,900 -14% 2,922 $450   $127,921,210 34
2011/06/16 5 $1,431,780 +9% 2,922 $490   $129,352,990 35
2011/06/17 7 $2,378,790 +66% 2,573 $925   $131,731,780 36
2011/06/18 7 $2,944,860 +24% 2,573 $1,145   $134,676,640 37
2011/06/19 8 $1,774,085 -40% 2,573 $690   $136,450,725 38
2011/06/20 7 $1,079,385 -39% 2,573 $420   $137,530,110 39
2011/06/21 7 $1,248,505 +16% 2,573 $485   $138,778,615 40
2011/06/22 6 $1,233,865 -1% 2,573 $480   $140,012,480 41
2011/06/23 6 $1,274,545 +3% 2,573 $495   $141,287,025 42
2011/06/24 8 $1,695,885 +33% 2,031 $835   $142,982,910 43
2011/06/25 8 $2,152,860 +27% 2,031 $1,060   $145,135,770 44
2011/06/26 8 $1,411,545 -34% 2,031 $695   $146,547,315 45
2011/06/27 7 $710,850 -50% 2,031 $350   $147,258,165 46
2011/06/28 9 $812,400 +14% 2,031 $400   $148,070,565 47
2011/06/29 7 $628,050 -23% 1,590 $395   $148,698,615 48
2011/06/30 7 $675,750 +8% 1,590 $425   $149,374,365 49
2011/07/01 9 $1,027,860 +52% 1,389 $740   $150,402,225 50
2011/07/02 9 $1,333,440 +30% 1,389 $960   $151,735,665 51
2011/07/03 9 $1,284,825 -4% 1,389 $925   $153,020,490 52
2011/07/04 10 $708,390 -45% 1,389 $510   $153,728,880 53
2011/07/05 9 $590,325 -17% 1,389 $425   $154,319,205 54
2011/07/06 9 $583,380 -1% 1,389 $420   $154,902,585 55
2011/07/07 9 $611,160 +5% 1,389 $440   $155,513,745 56
2011/07/08 - $854,065 +40% 1,102 $775   $156,367,810 57
2011/07/09 - $1,068,940 +25% 1,102 $970   $157,436,750 58
2011/07/10 - $705,280 -34% 1,102 $640   $158,142,030 59
2011/07/11 11 $347,130 -51% 1,102 $315   $158,489,160 60
2011/07/12 11 $418,445 +21% 1,102 $380   $158,907,605 61
2011/07/13 11 $374,680 -10% 1,102 $340   $159,282,285 62
2011/07/14 11 $325,090 -13% 1,102 $295   $159,607,375 63
2011/07/15 11 $505,760 +56% 872 $580   $160,113,135 64
2011/07/16 11 $736,845 +46% 872 $845   $160,849,980 65
2011/07/17 11 $479,600 -35% 872 $550   $161,329,580 66
2011/07/18 11 $261,555 -45% 872 $300   $161,591,135 67
2011/07/19 11 $313,920 +20% 872 $360   $161,905,055 68
2011/07/20 9 $291,875 -7% 872 $335   $162,196,930 69
2011/07/21 10 $309,955 +6% 872 $355   $162,506,885 70
2011/07/22 - $414,785 +34% 680 $610   $162,921,670 71
2011/07/23 - $554,200 +34% 680 $815   $163,475,870 72
2011/07/24 - $357,000 -36% 680 $525   $163,832,870 73
2011/07/25 - $176,665 -51% 680 $260   $164,009,535 74
2011/07/26 - $207,445 +17% 680 $305   $164,216,980 75
2011/07/27 - $186,980 -10% 680 $275   $164,403,960 76
2011/07/28 - $194,025 +4% 680 $285   $164,597,985 77
2011/07/29 - $268,610 +38% 484 $555   $164,866,595 78
2011/07/30 - $341,225 +27% 484 $705   $165,207,820 79
2011/07/31 - $249,260 -27% 484 $515   $165,457,080 80
2011/08/01 - $113,740 -54% 484 $235   $165,570,820 81
2011/08/02 - $125,985 +11% 484 $260   $165,696,805 82
2011/08/03 - $125,880 n/c 484 $260   $165,822,685 83
2011/08/04 - $120,980 -4% 484 $250   $165,943,665 84
2011/08/05 - $164,560 +36% 374 $440   $166,108,225 85
2011/08/06 - $230,015 +40% 374 $615   $166,338,240 86
2011/08/07 - $160,825 -30% 374 $430   $166,499,065 87
2011/08/08 - $78,540 -51% 374 $210   $166,577,605 88
2011/08/09 - $89,650 +14% 374 $240   $166,667,255 89
2011/08/10 - $72,930 -19% 374 $195   $166,740,185 90
2011/08/11 - $69,190 -5% 374 $185   $166,809,375 91
2011/08/12 - $108,285 +57% 285 $380   $166,917,660 92
2011/08/13 - $148,210 +37% 285 $520   $167,065,870 93
2011/08/14 - $104,025 -30% 285 $365   $167,169,895 94
2011/08/15 - $51,275 -51% 285 $180   $167,221,170 95
2011/08/16 - $56,960 +11% 285 $200   $167,278,130 96
2011/08/17 - $51,335 -10% 285 $180   $167,329,465 97
2011/08/18 - $51,250 n/c 285 $180   $167,380,715 98
2011/08/19 - $84,175 +64% 244 $345   $167,464,890 99
2011/08/20 - $117,120 +39% 244 $480   $167,582,010 100
2011/08/21 - $79,300 -32% 244 $325   $167,661,310 101
2011/08/22 - $37,820 -52% 244 $155   $167,699,130 102
2011/08/23 - $42,775 +13% 244 $175   $167,741,905 103
2011/08/24 - $39,040 -9% 244 $160   $167,780,945 104
2011/08/25 - $40,260 +3% 244 $165   $167,821,205 105
2011/08/26 - $73,260 +82% 222 $330   $167,894,465 106
2011/08/27 - $93,245 +27% 222 $420   $167,987,710 107
2011/08/28 - $61,050 -35% 222 $275   $168,048,760 108
2011/08/29 - $31,080 -49% 222 $140   $168,079,840 109
2011/08/30 - $35,520 +14% 222 $160   $168,115,360 110
2011/08/31 - $29,970 -16% 222 $135   $168,145,330 111
2011/09/01 - $30,005 n/c 222 $135   $168,175,335 112
2011/09/02 - $74,800 +149% 220 $340   $168,250,135 113
2011/09/03 - $102,300 +37% 220 $465   $168,352,435 114
2011/09/04 - $100,095 -2% 220 $455   $168,452,530 115
2011/09/05 37 $64,900 -35% 220 $295   $168,517,430 116
2011/09/06 - $24,200 -63% 220 $110   $168,541,630 117
2011/09/07 - $24,165 n/c 220 $110   $168,565,795 118
2011/09/08 - $24,205 n/c 220 $110   $168,590,000 119
2011/09/09 - $52,205 +116% 197 $265   $168,642,205 120
2011/09/10 - $70,920 +36% 197 $360   $168,713,125 121
2011/09/11 - $35,460 -50% 197 $180   $168,748,585 122
2011/09/12 - $13,790 -61% 197 $70   $168,762,375 123
2011/09/13 - $18,715 +36% 197 $95   $168,781,090 124
2011/09/14 - $17,730 -5% 197 $90   $168,798,820 125
2011/09/15 - $18,715 +6% 197 $95   $168,817,535 126
2011/09/16 - $39,865 +113% 170 $235   $168,857,400 127
2011/09/17 - $56,950 +43% 170 $335   $168,914,350 128
2011/09/18 - $29,750 -48% 170 $175   $168,944,100 129
2011/09/19 - $11,815 -60% 170 $70   $168,955,915 130
2011/09/20 - $15,215 +29% 170 $90   $168,971,130 131
2011/09/21 - $12,830 -16% 170 $75   $168,983,960 132
2011/09/22 - $14,530 +13% 170 $85   $168,998,490 133
2011/09/23 - $26,085 +80% 111 $235   $169,024,575 134
2011/09/24 - $34,965 +34% 111 $315   $169,059,540 135
2011/09/25 - $17,205 -51% 111 $155   $169,076,745 136
2011/09/26 - $6,105 -65% 111 $55   $169,082,850 137
2011/09/27 - $8,880 +45% 111 $80   $169,091,730 138
2011/09/28 - $7,215 -19% 111 $65   $169,098,945 139
2011/09/29 - $7,780 +8% 111 $70   $169,106,725 140

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/13 2 $26,247,410   2,918 $8,995   $26,247,410 3
2011/05/20 2 $20,882,070 -20% 2,937 $7,110   $59,341,310 10
2011/05/27 4 $16,551,355 -21% 2,958 $5,595   $85,157,910 17
2011/06/03 5 $12,040,875 -27% 2,919 $4,125   $107,167,230 24
2011/06/10 6 $10,066,290 -16% 2,922 $3,445   $123,815,865 31
2011/06/17 7 $7,097,735 -29% 2,573 $2,759   $136,450,725 38
2011/06/24 8 $5,260,290 -26% 2,031 $2,590   $146,547,315 45
2011/07/01 9 $3,646,125 -31% 1,389 $2,625   $153,020,490 52
2011/07/08 12 $2,628,285 -28% 1,102 $2,385   $158,142,030 59
2011/07/15 11 $1,722,205 -34% 872 $1,975   $161,329,580 66
2011/07/22 11 $1,325,985 -23% 680 $1,950   $163,832,870 73
2011/07/29 13 $859,095 -35% 484 $1,775   $165,467,080 80
2011/08/05 15 $555,400 -35% 374 $1,485   $166,499,065 87
2011/08/12 22 $360,520 -35% 285 $1,265   $167,169,895 94
2011/08/19 27 $280,595 -22% 244 $1,150   $167,661,310 101
2011/08/26 29 $227,555 -19% 222 $1,025   $168,048,760 108
2011/09/02 34 $277,195 +22% 220 $1,260   $168,452,530 115
2011/09/09 38 $158,585 -43% 197 $805   $168,748,585 122
2011/09/16 36 $126,565 -20% 170 $745   $168,944,100 129
2011/09/23 42 $78,255 -38% 111 $705   $169,076,745 136

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/25/201111,247,121 1,247,121$19,554,857$19,554,8571
10/2/20112326,739-74% 1,573,860$5,597,039$25,151,8962
10/9/20113209,766-36% 1,783,626$3,473,725$28,625,6213
10/16/20116158,950-24% 1,942,576$2,541,610$31,167,2324
10/23/20117107,641-32% 2,050,217$1,629,685$32,796,9175
10/30/2011876,150-29% 2,126,367$1,168,902$33,965,8196
11/6/20111056,184-26% 2,182,551$898,382$34,864,2017
11/13/20111858,343+4% 2,240,894$932,905$35,797,1068
11/20/20111289,252+53% 2,330,146$1,427,139$37,224,2459
11/27/20113648,954+627% 2,979,100$3,887,234$41,111,48010
12/4/20113298,203-54% 3,277,303$3,852,783$44,964,26211
12/11/201112135,431-55% 3,412,734$2,030,111$46,994,37312
12/18/201111175,438+30% 3,588,172$1,745,608$48,739,98113
12/25/201111270,633+54% 3,858,805$3,824,044$52,564,02614
1/8/20122053,694 3,951,933$804,873$53,960,01416
1/22/20121248,582 4,030,313$728,244$55,137,01618
1/29/20121047,809-2% 4,078,122$716,657$55,853,67319
2/5/20121546,557-3% 4,124,679$696,027$56,549,70020
3/4/20121270,764 4,216,451$1,060,752$57,924,58024
3/11/20121852,928-25% 4,269,379$786,510$58,711,09025
5/13/20124104,527 4,410,924$1,111,122$60,325,08634
11/4/20121362,926 4,508,545$664,499$61,433,67959
11/25/20124500,554 5,009,919$4,890,413$66,335,20062

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/25/20111372,361 372,361$8,389,293$8,389,2931
10/2/20112117,605-68% 489,966$2,938,940$11,328,2332
10/9/2011555,222-53% 545,188$1,380,009$12,708,2423
10/16/2011743,494-21% 588,682$1,087,344$13,795,5864
10/23/20111025,437-42% 614,119$526,796$14,322,3825
10/30/20111415,768-38% 629,887$374,336$14,696,7186
11/6/20112010,880-31% 640,767$271,896$14,968,6147
11/20/2011189,131 659,652$228,193$15,440,5389
12/18/20111950,203 803,481$1,003,554$18,315,70513
1/22/20121516,090 931,540$368,611$21,004,54118
3/4/20121312,941 982,266$280,181$22,111,35224
3/11/20121710,744-17% 993,010$235,622$22,346,97425
5/13/20121415,511 1,021,320$340,159$22,967,81234

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