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Bridge to Terabithia (2007)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $82,234,139Details
International Box Office $55,750,649
Worldwide Box Office $137,984,788
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $41,497,347 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $41,497,347
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Deep in the woods, far beyond the road, across a stream, lies a secret world only two people on Earth know about - a world brimming with fantastical creatures, glittering palaces and magical forests. This is Terabithia, where two young friends will discover how to rule their own kingdom, fight the forces of darkness and change their lives forever through the power of the imagination.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
85% - Certified Fresh
Audience
70% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 16th, 2007 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: June 19th, 2007 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for thematic elements including bullying, some peril and mild language.
Running Time: 94 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away
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Keywords: New Guy/Girl in School, Coming of Age
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Walden Media, Hal Lieberman Company, Lauren Levine
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 656 $46,042 Jun 22, 2007 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 718 $55,588 Jun 15, 2007 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 765 $76,263 Jun 8, 2007 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 762 $106,941 Jun 1, 2007 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 730 $150,232 May 25, 2007 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 880 $148,570 May 18, 2007 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,878 $38,336 May 11, 2007 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,049 $46,004 May 4, 2007 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,077 $66,699 Apr 27, 2007 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,129 $90,714 Apr 20, 2007 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,341 $101,250 Apr 13, 2007 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,216 $168,426 Apr 6, 2007 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,531 $595,734 Mar 30, 2007 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 874 $2,323,868 Mar 23, 2007 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 462 $5,192,153 Mar 16, 2007 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 565 $6,779,315 Mar 9, 2007 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 675 $8,904,512 Mar 2, 2007 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 716 $51,372,415 Mar 2, 2007 15
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 625 $14,157,645 Feb 23, 2007 10
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 290 $5,972,105 Feb 19, 2007 4
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 796 $7,237,931 Feb 18, 2007 3
Biggest February Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 58 $22,564,612 Feb 16, 2007 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 710 $22,564,612 Feb 16, 2007 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 1,105 $22,564,612 Feb 16, 2007 3
Widest Opening Weekend 646 3,139 Feb 16, 2007 3
Biggest February Day at the Domestic Box Office 138 $9,035,948 Feb 17, 2007 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,033 $9,035,948 Feb 17, 2007 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,356 $6,290,733 Feb 16, 2007 1

Cast

   Jesse Aaron
   Leslie Burke
Zooey Deschanel    Ms. Edmonds
Robert Patrick    Jack Aarons
Bailee Madison    May Belle Aarons
Kate Butler    Nancy Aarons
Devon Wood    Brenda Aarons
Emma Fenton    Ellie Aarons
Grace Brannigan    Joyce Aarons
Latham Gaines    Bill Burke
Judy McIntosh    Judy Burke
Lauren Clinton    Janice Avery
Isabella Rose Kircher    Carla
Cameron Wakefield    Scott Hoager
Elliot Lawless    Gary Fulcher
Carly Owen    Madison
Jen Wolfe    Mrs. Myers
James Gaylyn    Principal Turner
Ian Harcourt    Kenny (Bus Driver)
Brandon Cook    First Grade Boy
Tyler Atfield    Eighth Grade Boy
Maisy McLeod-Riera    First Grade Girl
Hudson Mills    Willard Hughes
Matt Gibbons    Dark Master
Philip Grieve    Mr. Bailey

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jeff Stockwell
Screenwriter    David Patterson
Producer    Hal Lieberman
Producer    Lauren Levine
Executive Producer    Alex Schwartz
Based on the book "Bridge to Terabithia"    Katherine Paterson
Director of Photography    Michael Chapman
Production Designer    Rob Gillies
Editor    John Gilbert
Costume Designer    Barbara Darragh
Composer    Aaron Zigman
Music Supervisor    George Acogny
Co-Producer    Kevin Halloran
Co-Producer    Tim Coddington
Casting Director    Stephanie Corsalini
Unit Production Manager    Kevin Halloran
Director   
Second Assistant Director    Anton Steel

2007 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

December 2nd, 2007

It's the first of December. (At least it was when I was writing this intro the first time. I was only going to do a dozen or so releases, but the list ballooned well out of control.) This week kicks off our second annual Holiday Gift Guide with a look at some high definition releases, because nothing says holidays like a format war. More...

International Details - Elizabeth a Little More Golden Overseas

November 25th, 2007

Elizabeth: The Golden Age nearly reached the top five with $5.79 million on 1579 screens in 12 markets for a total of $21.80 million. This includes a first place, $1.89 million opening on 470 screens in Russia, while the film added $933,000 on 394 screens in the U.K. for a total of $8.40 million so far. More...

DVD Sales - Transformers Change the Home Market

October 29th, 2007

There were six new releases on this week's sales chart, including the number one film of the week, The Transformers. That DVD sold 5.09 million units for opening week sales of $117.01 million, which was the best opening on the home market this year in terms of raw dollars. However, 300 sold more units, barely, at 5.10 million. More...

DVD Charts - Number One for 23

August 5th, 2007

There was a close race on the DVD Sales Chart this week, with The Number 23 topping Zodiac 387,000 units to 352,000 units sold. Premonition fell to third place with 190,000 units sold and 791,000 in total. The Hills Have Eyes 2 placed third with 134,000 units sold for the week and 536,000 in total. Rounding out the top five was Shooter with 109,000 units sold for the week and 1.90 million after a month of release. More...

International Details - Harry Was Not the Only Film to Light Up the Charts

July 22nd, 2007

As expected, The Transformers fell to second place this week, what wasn't expected was how well it held on. The film was down a mere 23% to $36.13 million on 3667 screens in 31 markets for a total of $146.66 million internationally. The film opened in China with a record-setting $12.6 million on 300 screens over the first five days while it earned $498,000 on 71 in Greece and $258,000 from 28 in Israel. The film's best market so far has been South Korea where it has taken in $39.52 million in three weeks, including $5.76 million on 540 screens this past weekend. This is a record for a non-South Korean film and an unexpectedly strong performance. Additionally, the film has yet to open in a number of major markets including the U.K., Japan, France, and Mexico and should hit $300 million internationally and $600 million worldwide, if not more. More...

Triple Shot for Shooter

July 21st, 2007

Once again, new releases were unable to top the holdovers leaving Shooter in first place with $5.40 million over the week for a three-week total of $19.70 million. More...

International Details - Pirates Still Have Some Fight Left in Them

July 15th, 2007

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

Getting a Second Shot on the Home Market

July 13th, 2007

New releases were practically shut out this week with now new releases in the top five, or top ten, for that matter. This left Shooter with an easy path to first place adding $6.48 million for the week and $14.30 in total. More...

New Releases Shoot Up the Home Market Charts

July 7th, 2007

There were five new releases to reach the rental chart this week, and even more on the sales chart. The leader of both of them was Shooter; on the sales chart the film picked up $7.82 million during its first week of release, or about one sixth of what it made during its theatrical run. More...

Ghost too far for Bridge

June 30th, 2007

There was a strong contingent of new releases this week, but it was a holdover that took top spot. Ghost Rider fell nearly 25%, but its weekly haul of $6.67 million was still enough to remain in first place while its two week total hit $15.53 million. More...

International Details - Spidey Swings into the Sunset

June 24th, 2007

Spider-Man 3 fell out of the top five for the first time during its run, but since it has already hit $500 million internationally and is closing in on $900 million worldwide, this is hardly a reason to panic. Over the weekend the film added $3.02 million on 3914 screens in 65 markets for a total of $543.87 million, putting it in 11th place all time, just behind Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings. Worldwide the film had $873.88 million at the end of the weekend, which means it also places 11th on that all-time chart, but will top Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets before long. More...

DVD Releases for June 19, 2007

June 18th, 2007

It's another slow week for DVDs, but this is good news in a sense as it gives me more time to do spotlight reviews -- seven of them in total. (Of course, four of these were mini-spotlight reviews as they were almost a package release.) When it comes to the best of the best there was really only one that stands out, Bridge to Terabithia - Buy from Amazon, but there are several others that are worth picking up. More...

International Details - 300 Makes a Late Surge

June 17th, 2007

300 returned to the international chart this week thanks entirely to its opening in Japan. In that market, the film opened in second place with $2.71 million on 452 screens over the weekend and $3.39 million including last week's premiere in Tokyo. This was enough for it to capture sixth place internationally with $2.75 million on 576 screens in 8 markets, while lifting its total to $236.89 million. More...

International Details - Box Office Broken

June 10th, 2007

With no worldwide opening this weekend, several studios tried to open / expand smaller films hoping to take advantage of the lull. Despite this influx of competition, Fracture was able to hold strong dipping just one place with sixth with $2.25 million on 1018 screens in 16 markets for a total of $22.33 million internationally. The film wasn't able to top $1 million in any single market, but came closest in France with $671,000 over the weekend for a $7.20 million running total. More...

International Details - Spidey Sinks to Second but Still Reaches Milestones

June 3rd, 2007

Spider-Man 3 earned a comfortable second place earning almost as much as the rest of the films on this list with $21.07 million on 10,365 screens in 76 markets for a total of $501.00 million. It is only the 14th film to reach that milestone while it became the 16th film to top $800 million worldwide and has already climbed into 14th place overall. The U.K. regained the lead as the best market for the film adding $2.58 million on 460 screens for a total of $61.09 million. Japan took in $2.36 million on 630 screens while France made $2.31 million on 866 screens as the only other two markets to top $2 million over the weekend and the film now has $47.79 million and $48.55 million respectively. There were a quartet of led by Brazil, ($1.29 million for the weekend and $21.55 million in total); Spain, ($1.29 million / $22.49 million); Mexico, ($1.22 million / $32.90 million); and Germany, ($1.01 million / $27.16 million). More...

International Details - Bean Takes a Holiday from the Top Five

May 27th, 2007

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

International Details - Slow Week Outside of Spider-Man

May 20th, 2007

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

International Details - Not Much News to Report Other Than Spider-Man

May 13th, 2007

With Spider-Man 3 dominating the global market last weekend, there was very little else happening on the international charts that was newsworthy. With little in the way of new releases, or even expansion for holdovers, it was impossible just to fill out a top 30 chart. And with several films expected to attempt a worldwide opening over the next couple months, it will likely be that way till mid-August. More...

International Top One - Spider-Man Spins a Worldwide Web

May 9th, 2007

Spider-Man 3's performance on the international scene was truly amazing as it outpaced almost all expectations and beat earlier weekend estimates. The film earned $176.84 million overall on 16,711 screens in 75 markets and since its opening last Tuesday the film has already made $230.89 million. This means the film surpassed 300 in less than one week, to become the biggest international hit of the year, and should do the same on the worldwide chart by the weekend. More...

International Details - 300's Last Stab at Glory

May 6th, 2007

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

International Details - Reaping the Rewards

April 29th, 2007

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

International Details - Sun Shines during Sophomore Stint

April 22nd, 2007

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

International Details - Hogs Gone Wild

April 15th, 2007

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

International Top Five - Bean Battles Spartans to a Draw

April 4th, 2007

Mr. Bean's Holiday won the weekend race on the international charts. Maybe. It all depends on how you count previews.

Without last week's previews in the U.K. the film finished a very close second with $29.28 million, just behind 300's $30.26 million. Including previews, Bean topped the charts with $34.27 million on 3,085 screens in 26 markets for a total of $36.59 million. More...

International Details - Good Start for Martial Artist Mutants

April 1st, 2007

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles started its international run this past weekend and just missed the top five on debut. It did manage $3.92 million on 1,004 screens in 8 markets over the weekend and $4.53 million including previews. Of this box office, nearly half of it came from a pair of third place openings in England ($1.27 million on 368 screens over the weekend and $1.86 million in total), and Australia ($379,000 on 58 screens). The film also opened in Russia where the strong mutant demographic helped the film capture second place with $1.38 million on 360 screens. (That was a Chernobyl joke, by the way.) More...

International Details - Taxi Still Picking Up Plenty of Passengers

March 25th, 2007

The French film, Taxi 4, just missed the top five with $3.94 million on 1255 screens in 7 markets for a total of $49.56 million. Obviously, most of that has come from France, $35.70 million in fact, but the film is also doing well in Russia with $10.63 million so far, including $2.22 million on 466 screens over the weekend. More...

International Details - Rushing to the Top

March 18th, 2007

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...

Persians Invade Movie Theaters

March 12th, 2007

The weekend was rather predictable, with three of the top five landing within a rounding error of expectations and another finishing close enough to call it a victory. ... OK, I got skunked on 300, but I think I know why. That film's record-breaking opening helped push the overall box office to $153 million over the weekend, up 23% from last weekend and 39% from the same weekend last year. As for the yearly trend, we have seeing a lot more massive hits coming out this year than expected. This could be a portent of things to come, and that would mean we might have more than a dozen films top $200 million this summer alone. More...

International Details - Music Holds onto an Extended Note

March 11th, 2007

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...

300 Marches into Theaters

March 8th, 2007

One of the most talked about March movies opens this weekend, but there are some concerns regarding 300's ability to turn this talk into box office dollars. Should it fail to do so, Wild Hogs will be right there looking to become the second biker movie in a row to repeat at the top of the charts. More...

Move Over Ghost Rider, there's a New Gang in Town

March 6th, 2007

March came in like a lion, with Wild Hogs earning the third best opening ever for the month. Even with the other new releases missing expectations, the overall box office still climbed to $124 million. That's up nearly 6% from last weekend and 20% from the same weekend last year. More...

Weekend Preview: Going Wild

March 1st, 2007

March starts off this weekend with three releases, two of which are currently earning overall positive reviews. However, it is the third wide release that is tracking well above the other two and is the clear favorite to win the weekend box office race. More...

Repeating on Top is Easy for Rider

February 26th, 2007

Practically every new release missed expectations this weekend, some by small margins while others were significantly off the mark. On the other hand, holdovers held as well as expected, which helped the box office total reach $117 million. This was a 25% drop-off from last weekend; however, that can be explained by the holiday last weekend and the Oscars this weekend. Year-to-year the drop-off was a much more reasonable 3%. More...

International Details - Losing Blood

February 25th, 2007

The Blood Diamond fell from second to sixth this past weekend, mainly due to the lack of new openings. The film still pulled $8.52 million on 3409 screens in 59 markets for a total of $77.51 million and is still on pace for $100 million internationally, but that's the last milestone in its future. More...

Weekend Preview: Ghost Rider Tries to Hold on to Pole Position

February 22nd, 2007

Another busy week for wide releases with three or five such films, depending on how you define wide. Only three of the new releases have a theater count of 2,000 or more, which is a higher threshold than most require to call a movie wide, but probably the most accurate definition. On the other hand, there are two other films opening in just under 1,000 theaters and both have a shot at entering the top ten. More...

Ghost Rider Sets the Box Office on Fire

February 21st, 2007

It was a record-breaking President's Day weekend as 2007 produced it first blockbuster. Overall, total box office hit $158 million from Friday to Sunday, $188 million including Monday. That 3-day figure represents a 40% increase over last week and 22% over the same weekend last year. In addition, the 4-day portion was 20% higher than last year. This is great news for a year that hasn't gotten off to a fast start. More...

President's Day Delay

February 19th, 2007

It's President's Day today and that can only mean one thing, millions of Americans are celebrating by cutting down cherry trees and lying about it. I think. Truth be told, I'm not exactly sure what people do to celebrate President's Day. But I do know it will cause a slight delay in a couple of weekly columns. For instance, the weekend wrap-up and the per theatre charts will both be pushed back one day while the DVD Release column will be a bit late. It might still be published late today, but it might not come out till sometime after midnight. In the meantime, here are the studio estimates for the weekend numbers... More...

Weekend Estimates: Ghost Rider Has Record Opening

February 18th, 2007

Ghost Rider made a fiery box office debut this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Its $44.5 million opening makes it the new record holder for the best President's Day opening weekend, and if the estimate holds, it will record the 3rd-best February weekend (see Best February weekends). The opening was considerably ahead of most predictions, and the weekend as a whole looks very healthy. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 10 - February 16, 2007

February 17th, 2007

While the big summer blockbusters are sill M.I.A., there are plenty of other films to pick up the slack. This includes this week's winner, Bridge to Terabithia - Official Site. More...

After a Little Romance, Guys Want Action

February 15th, 2007

Now that romance is out of the way, we have a big-budget action flick looking to take advantage of Presidents' Day long weekend to score the biggest opening of the year so far. But Ghost Rider isn't the only new release this weekend; along with the two romantic comedies that opened on Wednesday, there are three films opening wide, or at least wide-ish, this Friday. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 3 - February 9, 2007

February 9th, 2007

Still waiting sites for the big summer blockbusters to come online. In the meantime, this week is relatively busy, but with only a couple sites that look like they could be award-worthy once the features are added. The best of the best, and I use that term loosely, is Norbit - Official Site with a site that could be more entertaining than the movie it promotes. More...

2007 Preview: February

February 1st, 2007

February is the shortest month of the year, but not the slowest at the box office. It doesn't have the stigma of being a dumping ground, and with Valentine's Day fitting nicely in the middle, romantic comedies have a leg up at the box office. However, for the most part, movies released during this month are aiming for midlevel hit and there are few, if any, that will become blockbusters. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 20 - January 26, 2007

January 26th, 2007

This year's crop of summer blockbusters still haven't started opening movies site in earnest yet, and until they do, this column will be lacking. It's yet another week without a truly award-winning site but Catch & Release - Official Site is the best of the rest. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 30 - January 5, 2007

January 6th, 2007

Big list as I try to catch up after the holidays. I think I caught all the updates. Not only are there a lot of sites on this week's list, several of them are potential award winners with the best of the best being Smokin' Aces - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for November 11 - November 17, 2006

November 18th, 2006

A lot of trailers on this week's list of websites. Not only were there a lot of site with just trailers, there were a few trailers without sites. On the other hand, there were also a few contenders for the Weekly Website Award. In the end it was The Children of Men - Official Site that took home that prestigious award. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/02/16 2 $22,564,612   3,139 $7,188   $22,564,612 3
2007/02/23 3 $14,157,645 -37% 3,139 $4,510   $46,805,679 10
2007/03/02 4 $8,904,512 -37% 3,159 $2,819   $58,207,144 17
2007/03/09 3 $6,779,315 -24% 3,210 $2,112   $66,934,360 24
2007/03/16 6 $5,192,153 -23% 3,091 $1,680   $74,967,513 31
2007/03/23 12 $2,323,868 -55% 2,010 $1,156   $78,873,979 38
2007/03/30 19 $595,734 -74% 854 $698   $80,307,788 45
2007/04/06 28 $168,426 -72% 287 $587   $80,732,533 52
2007/04/13 39 $101,250 -40% 174 $582   $80,939,605 59
2007/04/20 39 $90,714 -10% 149 $609   $81,081,442 66
2007/04/27 45 $66,699 -26% 123 $542   $81,175,178 73
2007/05/04 48 $46,004 -31% 90 $511   $81,243,518 80
2007/05/11 54 $38,336 -17% 65 $590   $81,294,537 87
2007/05/18 28 $148,570 +288% 255 $583   $81,454,134 94
2007/05/25 28 $150,232 +1% 231 $650   $81,684,617 101
2007/06/01 28 $106,941 -29% 193 $554   $81,883,255 108
2007/06/08 33 $76,263 -29% 166 $459   $82,020,939 115
2007/06/15 36 $55,588 -27% 112 $496   $82,142,809 122
2007/06/22 40 $46,042 -17% 96 $480   $82,234,139 129

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/02/16 2 $6,290,733   3,139 $2,004   $6,290,733 1
2007/02/17 2 $9,035,948 +44% 3,139 $2,879   $15,326,681 2
2007/02/18 2 $7,237,931 -20% 3,139 $2,306   $22,564,612 3
2007/02/19 2 $5,972,105 -17% 3,139 $1,903   $28,536,717 4
2007/02/20 2 $1,512,167 -75% 3,139 $482   $30,048,884 5
2007/02/21 2 $1,256,537 -17% 3,139 $400   $31,305,421 6
2007/02/22 2 $1,342,613 +7% 3,139 $428   $32,648,034 7
2007/02/23 4 $3,485,147 +160% 3,139 $1,110   $36,133,181 8
2007/02/24 2 $6,835,595 +96% 3,139 $2,178   $42,968,776 9
2007/02/25 2 $3,836,903 -44% 3,139 $1,222   $46,805,679 10
2007/02/26 4 $618,827 -84% 3,139 $197   $47,424,506 11
2007/02/27 4 $550,302 -11% 3,139 $175   $47,974,808 12
2007/02/28 4 $533,801 -3% 3,139 $170   $48,508,609 13
2007/03/01 3 $593,942 +11% 3,139 $189   $49,302,632 14
2007/03/02 5 $2,069,783 +248% 3,159 $655   $51,372,415 15
2007/03/03 4 $4,121,202 +99% 3,159 $1,305   $55,493,617 16
2007/03/04 4 $2,713,527 -34% 3,159 $859   $58,207,144 17
2007/03/05 5 $462,327 -83% 3,159 $146   $58,669,471 18
2007/03/06 5 $454,397 -2% 3,159 $144   $59,123,868 19
2007/03/07 5 $475,614 +5% 3,159 $151   $59,599,482 20
2007/03/08 4 $555,563 +17% 3,159 $176   $60,155,045 21
2007/03/09 5 $1,796,510 +223% 3,210 $560   $61,951,555 22
2007/03/10 3 $3,108,013 +73% 3,210 $968   $65,059,568 23
2007/03/11 3 $1,874,792 -40% 3,210 $584   $66,934,360 24
2007/03/12 3 $695,000 -63% 3,210 $217   $67,629,000 25
2007/03/13 3 $725,000 +4% 3,210 $226   $68,354,000 26
2007/03/14 3 $725,000 n/c 3,210 $226   $69,079,000 27
2007/03/15 3 $721,972 n/c 3,210 $225   $69,775,360 28
2007/03/16 6 $1,473,727 +104% 3,091 $477   $71,249,087 29
2007/03/17 6 $2,215,931 +50% 3,091 $717   $73,465,018 30
2007/03/18 6 $1,502,495 -32% 3,091 $486   $74,967,513 31
2007/03/19 6 $390,359 -74% 3,091 $126   $75,357,872 32
2007/03/20 6 $389,928 n/c 3,091 $126   $75,747,800 33
2007/03/21 5 $385,174 -1% 3,091 $125   $76,132,974 34
2007/03/22 5 $417,137 +8% 3,091 $135   $76,550,111 35
2007/03/26 12 $195,423   2,010 $97   $79,069,402 39
2007/03/27 11 $206,653 +6% 2,010 $103   $79,276,055 40
2007/03/28 9 $220,686 +7% 2,010 $110   $79,496,741 41
2007/03/29 10 $215,313 -2% 2,010 $107   $79,712,054 42
2007/05/28 27 $38,566   231 $167   $81,723,183 102

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/02/16 2 $32,648,034   3,139 $10,401   $32,648,034 7
2007/02/23 3 $16,654,598 -49% 3,139 $5,306   $49,302,632 14
2007/03/02 4 $10,852,413 -35% 3,159 $3,435   $60,155,045 21
2007/03/09 3 $9,620,315 -11% 3,210 $2,997   $69,775,360 28
2007/03/16 6 $6,774,751 -30% 3,091 $2,192   $76,550,111 35
2007/03/23 12 $3,161,943 -53% 2,010 $1,573   $79,712,054 42
2007/03/30 22 $852,053 -73% 854 $998   $80,564,107 49
2007/04/06 26 $274,248 -68% 287 $956   $80,838,355 56
2007/04/13 37 $152,373 -44% 174 $876   $80,990,728 63
2007/04/20 41 $117,751 -23% 149 $790   $81,108,479 70
2007/04/27 47 $89,035 -24% 123 $724   $81,197,514 77
2007/05/04 51 $58,687 -34% 90 $652   $81,256,201 84
2007/05/11 56 $49,363 -16% 65 $759   $81,305,564 91
2007/05/18 30 $228,821 +364% 255 $897   $81,534,385 98
2007/05/25 31 $241,929 +6% 231 $1,047   $81,776,314 105
2007/06/01 30 $168,362 -30% 193 $872   $81,944,676 112
2007/06/08 30 $142,545 -15% 166 $859   $82,087,221 119
2007/06/15 38 $100,876 -29% 112 $901   $82,188,097 126
2007/06/22 49 $46,042 -54% 96 $480   $82,234,139 133

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/24/200711,063,442 1,063,442$17,004,438$17,004,4381
7/1/20072525,895-51% 1,589,337$8,409,061$25,413,4992
7/8/20072175,731-67% 1,765,068$2,809,939$28,223,4373
7/15/20075194,795+11% 1,959,863$3,114,772$31,338,2094
7/22/20076100,449-48% 2,060,312$1,606,180$32,944,3895
7/29/20071465,878-34% 2,126,190$1,134,373$34,078,7626
8/5/20071671,001+8% 2,197,191$1,419,310$35,498,0727
8/12/20072356,187-21% 2,253,378$1,123,178$36,621,2508

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