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Changeling (2008)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $35,739,802Details
International Box Office $78,065,778
Worldwide Box Office $113,805,580
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $13,885,430 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $13,885,430
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
62% - Fresh
Audience
82% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 24th, 2008 (Limited) by Universal
October 31st, 2008 (Expands Wide) by Universal
Video Release: February 17th, 2009 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for some violent and disturbing content, and language
Running Time: 142 minutes
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Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,934 $80,040 Jan 2, 2009 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,302 $72,380 Dec 26, 2008 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,319 $101,905 Dec 19, 2008 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,803 $256,840 Dec 12, 2008 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,676 $501,070 Dec 5, 2008 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,437 $1,207,240 Nov 28, 2008 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,146 $2,695,450 Nov 21, 2008 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,093 $4,254,080 Nov 14, 2008 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 896 $7,252,940 Nov 7, 2008 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,126 $9,351,560 Oct 31, 2008 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,880 $489,015 Oct 24, 2008 3

Cast

   Christine Collins
John Malkovich    Rev. Gustav Briegleb
Jeffrey Donovan    Capt. J.J. Jones
Michael Kelly    Det. Lester Ybarra
Colm Feore    Chief Davis
Jason Butler Harner    Gordon Northcott
Amy Ryan    Carol Dexter
Geoff Pierson    S.S. Hahn
Denis O'Hare    Dr. Jonathan Steele
Frank Wood    Ben Harris
Peter Gerety    Dr. Earl W. Tarr
Reed Birney    Mayor Cryer
Gattlin Griffith    Walter Collins
Michelle Gunn    Sandy
Jan Devereaux    Operator
Erica Grant    Operator
Antonia Bennett    Operator
Kerri Randles    Operator
Morgan Eastwood    Girl on Tricycle
Madison Hodges    Neighborhood Girl
Devon Conti    Arthur Hutchins
Ric Sarabia    Man at Diner
J.P. Bumstead    Cook
Debra Christofferson    Police Matron at Train
Russell Edge    Reporter at Train
Stephen W. Alvarez    Reporter at Train
Pete Rockwell    Reporter at Precinct
John Harrington Bland    Dr. John Montgomery
Pamela Dunlap    Mrs. Fox
Roger Hewlett    Officer Morelli
Jim Cantafio    Desk Sergeant
Maria Rockwell    Police Matron at Precinct
Wendy Worthington    Reception Nurse
Riki Lindhome    Examination Nurse
Dawn Flood    Morning Nurse
Dale Dickey    Patient
Eddie Alderson    Sanford Clark
Sterling Wolfe    Briegleb's Aide
Mike McCafferty    Ticket Vendor
David Goldman    Administrator
Anthony DeMarco    Abducted Kid
Joshua Moore    Abducted Kid
Joe Kaprielian    Abducted Kid
Muriel Minot    Secretary
Kevin Glikmann    Male Orderly
Drew Richards    Holding Officer
Hope Shapiro    Medication Nurse
Caleb Campbell    Backup Detective
Jeff Cockey    Backup Detective
Zach Mills    News Vendor
Kelly Lynn Warren    Rachel Clark
Colby French    Bob Clark
Scott Leva    Mountie
Rich King    Mountie
Clint Ward    S.S. Hahn
Michael Dempsey    Man on Street
Peter Breitmayer    Chairman Thorpe
Phil Van Tee    Councilman
Jim Nieb    Reporter at Hearing
Lily Knight    Mrs. Leanne Clay
Jeffrey Hutchinson    Mr. Clay
Brian Prescott    Courtroom Bailiff
Ryan Cutrona    Judge
Mary Stein    Janet Hutchins
Gregg Binkley    Jury Foreman
William Charlton    Prison Guard
Cooper Thornton    Prison Guard
E.J. Callahan    Warden
Asher Axe    David Clay
Devon Gearhart    Winslow Boy
Dalton Stumbo    Winslow Boy
Austin Mensch    Boy in Coop

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Clint Eastwood
Screenwriter    J. Michael Straczynski
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Ron Howard
Producer    Robert Lorenz
Executive Producer    Tim Moore
Executive Producer    Jim Whitaker
Director of Photography    Tom Stern
Production Designer    James J. Murakami
Editor    Joel Cox
Editor    Gary D. Roach
Costume Designer    Deborah Hopper
Composer    Clint Eastwood
Assistant Director    Donald Murphy
Unit Production Manager    Tim Moore
Art Director    Patrick M. Sullivan, Jr.
Set Decorator    Gary Fettis
Costume Supervisor    Nancy McArdle
Sound Mixer    Walt Martin
Re-recording Mixer    John Reitz
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Alan Robert Murray
Supervising Sound Editor    Bub Asman
Sound Effects Editor    Jason King
Sound Effects Editor    Bill Cawley
Sound Effects Editor    Kevin Murray
Sound Effects Editor    Paul Berolzheimer
Dialogue Editor    David Arnold
Dialogue Editor    Lucy Coldsnow
Dialogue Editor    Jim Matheny
Music Editor    Chris McGeary
Make up    Tania McComas
Hairstylist    Carol A. O'Connell
Casting Director    Ellen Chenoweth
Stunt Coordinator    Buddy Van Horn

DVD Rentals - Down Under Finishes on Top of Rental Chart

March 17th, 2009

Two new releases were able to top the rental chart this week with first place Australia generating about 20% more revenue than second place Beverly Hills Chihuahua. More...

International Details - Reading Between the Lines

March 15th, 2009

The Reader nearly reached the top five with $5.14 million on 1169 screens in 17 markets for a total of $28.35 million. The film opened in a number of smaller markets, including Belgium where it placed fifth with $174,000 on 24 screens over the weekend and $225,000 in total. However, most of its money came from holdovers, like Germany, where the film added $2.89 million on 456 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.44 million after two. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Barely Haunt the Top 30

March 11th, 2009

There were only three new releases to reach the top 30 this past week on the rental chart, and only one of those reached the top five. This left Body of Lies in first place, again close to 20% ahead of the second place film, Changeling. More...

International Details - Pink in the Red

March 8th, 2009

Pink Panther 2 may have climbed a spot to sixth place, but it is hard to be happy with its run so far. The film opened in second place in both Spain and Mexico with $1.95 million on 360 screens and $750,000 on 375 screens respectively, which is better than the film has managed in most major markets. However, overall it only managed $6.33 million on 3186 screens in 53 markets for a total of $22.26 million so far. It does open in Italy this weekend, and still has Germany, Japan, and a few other markets to go, but I can't see it turning its fortunes around at this point. More...

DVD Sales - High School Graduates Top of Its Class

March 3rd, 2009

Six new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart, and four of those six reached the top five. This includes High School Musical 3 - Senior Year, which sold 1.50 million units while generating $26.55 million in consumer spending for the second fastest start of the year. More...

DVD Rentals - Body Wins, and That's the Truth

March 3rd, 2009

There were seven new releases to chart this week, and a few others that just missed that mark. The winner was Body of Lies with roughly 20% more revenue than second place Changeling. More...

International Details - Confessions of the International Box Office

March 1st, 2009

Confessions Of A Shopaholic expanded this past weekend jumping into sixth place with $6.13 million on 1365 screens in 10 markets for a total of $10.05 million. This includes a second place, $2.80 million opening on 424 screens over the weekend in the U.K., for a total of $4.14 million there. The film also held well in Russia down just 42% with $1.04 million on 415 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.41 million after two. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Leading Actors

February 20th, 2009

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest under way, 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 look at Best Female Actor in a Leading Role and Best Male Actor in a Leading Role. More...

DVD Releases for February 17, 2009 - Part I

February 17th, 2009

This felt like a slow week to me, but looking at the list there were 15 spotlight reviews, which is a huge amount for one week. There are a large number of DVDs worth checking out, but looking at the top of the list, I think Christopher Titus - Love is Evol is the best DVD coming out this week, and the winner of the DVD Pick of the Week. As has happened pretty much every week this year, there are so many DVDs on this week's list that is had to be split into two. The second part can be found here. More...

International Details - Bride Wars as Bridesmaid

February 15th, 2009

Bride Wars continues its bridesmaid run just missing the top five this week after just missing the top ten last week. It did ad $5.88 million on 2485 screens in 30 markets for a total of $32.11 million after a month of release. Openings this week include Germany, where the film placed second with $1.62 million on 455 screens, which is a mixed debut. More...

International Details - Slumdog Continues to Earn Millions

February 8th, 2009

Slumdog Millionaire slipped to sixth place with $7.67 million on 1275 screens in 12 markets for a total of $42.46 million. The film had no major openings this past weekend, but it added $3.02 million on 416 screens during its fourth weekend on top of the charts in the U.K. for a total of $18.21 million in that one market. More...

International Details - The Very Best has to Settle for Sixth Place

February 2nd, 2009

The Very Best Film 2, the sequel to The Very Best Film opened in Russia and a handful of other markets this past weekend. It scored first place in its native land with $8.38 million on 948 screens, while it earned sixth place in total with $9.29 million on 1072 screens in 4 markets. This is a serious decline from its predecessor's opening weekend, but still a strong start otherwise. More...

International Details - Escaping the Top Five

January 25th, 2009

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa fell from second to sixth with $9.07 million on 5601 screens in 48 markets for a total of $380.42 million. No openings hurt the film this past weekend, and its only $1 million markets this past weekend were South Korea at $1.20 million on 432 screens and Poland at $1.09 million on 130. The film has made $3.76 million after two weeks in the former and $7.72 million after three weeks in the latter. More...

Awards Season - Oscar Nods far from Curious

January 22nd, 2009

For a year without an obvious front-runner for the Oscar race, there were not a whole lot of surprises when it came to the nominations. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced their nominations today and leading the way was The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with thirteen while Slumdog Millionaire was second with ten. More...

International Details - Down Under goes Over $100 million

January 18th, 2009

Australia reached a major milestone this past weekend as it topped $100 million internationally. Over the weekend the film added $12.33 million on 4901 screens in 55 markets for a total of $103.30 million internationally and $151.06 million worldwide. Additionally, with openings in Italy, Brazil, China, Russia, and Japan still ahead, the film has a shot at $200 million worldwide. That would be enough to cover the film's production budget, after taking into account Australia's generous tax incentives. More...

International Details - Day Starts to Set on International Chart

January 11th, 2009

The Day the Earth Stood Still fell out of the top five, as it was down 46% to $10.91 million on 5008 screens in 42 markets for a total of $129.59 million internationally and $204.01 million worldwide. The film's best market was Japan, where it remained in second place with $2.71 million on 642 screens over the weekend for a total of $19.19 million after three. More...

International Details - Bollywood Blockbuster Breaks into Top Five

January 5th, 2009

Ghajini was a surprise entry in the top five as the Indian film earned $12.85 million on 1347 screens in 22 markets, which is more than enough to be considered a monster hit. In fact, it set records in its native market and could break the record set by Dhoom 2 worldwide. More...

Awards Season - SAG Strikes Back

December 28th, 2008

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced last Friday, but in the holiday rush, they fell through the cracks. Perhaps that's because most SAG talk these days revolves around possible strike action. The big player here is undoubtedly Doubt, which picked up four individual nods and one for its primary cast. More...

International Details - Bolt Best of the Rest

December 21st, 2008

No new openings left Bolt out of the top five with $4.94 million on 1916 screens in 11 markets for a total of $28.69 million. Its best market was Russia where it slipped to second place with $1.20 million on 570 screens for a three-week total of $10.73 million, while it added $1.06 million on 412 screens over the weekend in Spain for a total of $3.96 million after two. The film has yet to open in most major markets, and won't until the new year, but when it is done it should surpass its domestic total while aiming for $250 million worldwide. More...

International Details - International Releases are Enthralling

December 14th, 2008

There were nine international releases making their debuts on the charts this week, as well as several holdovers. The best of these films was Forever Enthralled, as the Chinese film took first place in its native market and sixth place internationally with $6.15 million on 1375 screens. More...

Awards Season - The Curious Case of the Frost/Nixon Globe Nominations

December 12th, 2008

The latest set of Awards Season nominations were handed out today as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations. There was not much in the way of surprises, and it is hard to look at one film and say it was the big winner, but Frost/Nixon and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button come the closest. More...

International Details - Bolting to the Top

December 7th, 2008

Bolt started its run on the international charts in sixth place with $7.90 million on 1417 screens in 4 markets. This includes a second place, $4.30 million opening on 570 screens in Russia, while it Italy it also placed second with $2.19 million on 467 screens. Meanwhile in Poland, it topped the charts with $855,000 on 120 screens, but this is par for the course as films of this nature tend to do very well in Poland. More...

International Details - Body is Best of the Rest and that's No Lie

November 30th, 2008

Body Of Lies opened in a quartet of major markets, the U.K., Germany, Italy, and Russia, and that helped it climb into second place with $10.17 million on 2837 screens in 32 markets for a total of $33.62 million. It earned second place in both the U.K. with $1.48 million on 393 screens and in Germany where it scored $1.43 million on 427 screens. On the other hand, it earned more in Italy with $1.64 million on 357 screens, but had to settle for third place. Meanwhile in Russia it struggled landing in eighth place with $500,000 on 142 screens. More...

International Details - School Climbing Higher

November 23rd, 2008

High School Musical 3: Senior Year fell below $10 million this past weekend, but we still able to remain in second place internationally earning $8.65 million on 4642 screens in 34 markets for a total of $123.01 million internationally and $207.178 million worldwide. The only opening of note this weekend came in Russia, however, the film struggled there placing sixth with $353,000 on 128 screens. Its best market was the U.K. where it added $1.46 million on 483 screens over the weekend for a total of $31.76 million. More...

Nothing Small About Quantum

November 18th, 2008

As expected, Quantum of Solace became the biggest opener in the history of the James Bond franchise over the weekend by a huge margin. In fact, the $67.53 million it earned over the past three days was $20 million more than the previous record holder, Die Another Day, and 65% more than Casino Royale opened with in 2006. Even if it has a multiplier of just 2.48 it will become the biggest domestic hit in the franchise, and it has already made more worldwide than all of the pre-Pierce Brosnan Bond films. More...

Solace the Solitary New Release

November 13th, 2008

We only have one new release this week, which should help it maximize its box office potential. It also helps that the one new release, Quantum of Solace, is the latest film is arguably the most successful movie franchise of all time. (It wins with total number of movies released in the US* and worldwide gross, but not on a per movie box office.) Quantum of Solace should win the weekend with ease and will make more than the number one movie from this weekend last year. In fact, it could make more than the top four films from this weekend last year combined. More...

Box Office Goes Wild

November 11th, 2008

After Halloween basically cut last weekend by a third, this weekend bounced back, and did it with a vengeance. Not only did the number one film beat expectations, the overall box office did as well. Total tickets sales were $142 million, a stunning 62% more than last weekend, which is impressive, even after taking into account Halloween falling on a Friday last weekend and the beginning of November this weekend. Even more importantly, this weekend was 26% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2008 has earned $7.96 billion, which is higher than 2007's pace, but by less than 1% as last year at this time the running tally was $7.94 billion. More...

Holiday Season Starts

November 6th, 2008

The winter holiday season used to start on Thanksgiving long weekend, but now it starts the first weekend of November. And this year it starts with a sequel that has great expectations associated with it. Some good news, this weekend last year was weaker than expected and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa should have no trouble earning more than all three wide releases from last year combined. In fact, it should earn more than the two top films from last year did. More...

High School Repeats a Grade

November 4th, 2008

With Halloween falling on a Friday, the box office practically lost one day out of three over the weekend, which explains why the overall box office was down 34% to $87 million. Coincidentally, the box office was down a nearly identical 35% from the same weekend last year. However, not only did Halloween cut into the box office, this time last year was the beginning of November, which is historically a much more lucrative month at the box office, and both of these are mitigating factors. Year-to-date, 2008 has brought in just under $7.79 billion, compared to 2007, which earned just over $7.79 billion during the same time period. More...

Weekend Estimates: High School Musical Remains at Number One

November 2nd, 2008

High School Musical 3 recovered from a very poor performance on Friday evening to win the weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday morning. The teen musical picked up another $15 million, which, while down 64% from its opening, can be considered a very healthy result given that it had to contend with both a huge opening weekend and Halloween on Friday. Zack and Miri Make a Porno finished second with an estimated $10.7 million -- director Kevin Smith's second best opening weekend ever. More...

Can Halloween Scare Up Some Business?

October 30th, 2008

It's Halloween tomorrow, and let me tell you something, Halloween sucks when you are on a diet. However, this year I get to share my pain, as the only thing worse than Halloween without Tootsie Rolls, is Halloween at the box office. With so many kids out trick or treating, they won't be heading to the movie theaters. Neither will their parents, or people who want to stay at home and hand out candy, or those who just want to avoid dealing with all of the pedestrian traffic. It is such a headache that the last time Halloween fell on a Friday, which was 2003, no movies opened wide that day. (Although Brother Bear expanded wide the next day.) This time around we have two movies opening wide (Zack and Miri Make a Porno and The Haunting of Molly Hartley) and two films are expanding wide (RocknRolla and Changeling). Perhaps these risky moves will pay off. However, there is almost no chance it will keep up with last year's pace, since this time last year was the beginning of November instead of the end of October. More...

Changeling is Feeling Lucky on the Per Theater Chart

October 28th, 2008

Changeling's weaker than expected reviews didn't hurt it at the box office, at least not its opening weekend. The film topped the per theater chart with an impressive average of $32,601 in 15 theaters. Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom placed a close second with a surprisingly strong average of $30,336 in five theaters. Synecdoche, New York also opened better than expected despite weaker than expected reviews with an average of $19,133 in nine theaters. Let the Right One In did something no horror film has been able to do in a while: survive in limited release. It opened in four theaters with nearly $50,000 for an average of $12,324. Now all it has to do is maintain this momentum as it expands. The final film in the $10,000 club was the overall box office leader, High School Musical 3, which opened with an average of $11,601 in saturation release. More...

Weekend Estimates: High School Musical Hits Musical High Note

October 26th, 2008

High School Musical 3 made movie history over the weekend, breaking the record for the biggest opening by a musical, according to Disney's figures released on Sunday morning. Its estimated Friday-Sunday tally was $42 million, which easily tops the previous record holder, Mamma Mia!, which set the record as recently as July, with $27.8 million. High School Musical is also the third-biggest opener in October, behind Scary Movie 3 and Shark Tale (see complete chart). More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of October 24, 2008

October 25th, 2008

Not only will High School Musical 3 - Senior Year break records at the box office this weekend, it also has the best Official Site on this week's list. Granted, it wasn't a particularly strong week for movie websites, but it was still the best. More...

Changing Fate of Limited Releases

October 24th, 2008

It looks like the streak of limited release misses will continue this weekend as Changeling is not living up to expectations with critics. There are still a couple of limited releases opening this weekend that are definitely worth checking out such as Let the Right One In and Fears of the Dark, but the odds are that neither will find an audience until the home market. More...

2008 Preview: October

October 1st, 2008

September ends, and for that we are all very grateful. However, while we are entering the final push for 2008 at the box office, things don't look too rosy for the upcoming month. First of all, there are way too many films opening, including eight that are opening or expanding on the first weekend. Of those two, maybe three will thrive. Most will sink without being noticed, which could negatively affect the overall box office going forward. On the other hand, there are a few films opening this month that could be players come Awards Season, which is just around the corner. Perhaps this will help a few mid-level hits rise above the crowd. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - June 15, 2008

June 15th, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Transporter 3, Hoodwinked 2, The Green Hornet and more! More...

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March 16th, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Henry Poole is Here, The Rocker, Humboldt Park and more! More...

Cast Updates - October 18, 2007

October 18th, 2007

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Miracle at St. Ana's, Star Trek XI, Wolverine, and more! More...

Cast Updates - September 6, 2007

September 6th, 2007

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New Movie Announcements, Stars and Directors - September 4, 2007

September 4th, 2007

This week another number of upcoming movies, new stars and directors have been added to our archive! More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/10/24 21 $489,015   15 $32,601   $489,015 3
2008/10/31 4 $9,351,560 +1,812% 1,850 $5,055   $10,031,122 10
2008/11/07 4 $7,252,940 -22% 1,855 $3,910   $20,559,497 17
2008/11/14 5 $4,254,080 -41% 1,896 $2,244   $27,631,772 24
2008/11/21 6 $2,695,450 -37% 1,739 $1,550   $31,665,332 31
2008/11/28 12 $1,207,240 -55% 1,010 $1,195   $33,849,632 38
2008/12/05 14 $501,070 -58% 681 $736   $34,683,447 45
2008/12/12 21 $256,840 -49% 393 $654   $35,161,607 52
2008/12/19 28 $101,905 -60% 229 $445   $35,397,257 59
2008/12/26 39 $72,380 -29% 114 $635   $35,537,807 66
2009/01/02 38 $80,040 +11% 125 $640   $35,707,327 73

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/10/24 - $146,044   15 $9,736   $146,044 1
2008/10/25 - $191,999 +31% 15 $12,800   $338,043 2
2008/10/26 - $150,972 -21% 15 $10,065   $489,015 3
2008/10/27 - $47,861 -68% 15 $3,191   $536,876 4
2008/10/28 - $47,688 n/c 15 $3,179   $584,564 5
2008/10/29 - $44,920 -6% 15 $2,995   $629,484 6
2008/10/30 - $50,078 +11% 15 $3,339   $679,562 7
2008/10/31 2 $2,303,250 +4,499% 1,850 $1,245   $2,982,812 8
2008/11/01 3 $4,384,445 +90% 1,850 $2,370   $7,367,257 9
2008/11/02 3 $2,663,865 -39% 1,850 $1,440   $10,031,122 10
2008/11/03 4 $768,125 -71% 1,850 $415   $10,799,247 11
2008/11/04 3 $860,250 +12% 1,850 $465   $11,659,497 12
2008/11/05 2 $814,505 -5% 1,850 $440   $12,474,002 13
2008/11/06 2 $832,555 +2% 1,850 $450   $13,306,557 14
2008/11/07 5 $2,132,845 +156% 1,855 $1,150   $15,439,402 15
2008/11/08 4 $3,228,010 +51% 1,855 $1,740   $18,667,412 16
2008/11/09 4 $1,892,085 -41% 1,855 $1,020   $20,559,497 17
2008/11/10 5 $722,895 -62% 1,855 $390   $21,282,392 18
2008/11/11 4 $1,028,650 +42% 1,855 $555   $22,311,042 19
2008/11/12 3 $557,425 -46% 1,855 $300   $22,868,467 20
2008/11/13 3 $509,225 -9% 1,855 $275   $23,377,692 21
2008/11/14 5 $1,240,955 +144% 1,896 $655   $24,618,647 22
2008/11/15 5 $1,923,750 +55% 1,896 $1,015   $26,542,397 23
2008/11/16 5 $1,089,375 -43% 1,896 $575   $27,631,772 24
2008/11/17 4 $304,025 -72% 1,896 $160   $27,935,797 25
2008/11/18 4 $379,200 +25% 1,896 $200   $28,314,997 26
2008/11/19 4 $342,045 -10% 1,896 $180   $28,657,042 27
2008/11/20 4 $312,840 -9% 1,896 $165   $28,969,882 28
2008/11/21 6 $799,940 +156% 1,739 $460   $29,769,822 29
2008/11/22 6 $1,243,385 +55% 1,739 $715   $31,013,207 30
2008/11/23 6 $652,125 -48% 1,739 $375   $31,665,332 31
2008/11/24 6 $252,155 -61% 1,739 $145   $31,917,487 32
2008/11/25 6 $331,005 +31% 1,739 $190   $32,248,492 33
2008/11/26 13 $181,800 -45% 1,010 $180   $32,430,292 34
2008/11/27 12 $212,100 +17% 1,010 $210   $32,642,392 35
2008/11/28 12 $449,325 +112% 1,010 $445   $33,091,717 36
2008/11/29 12 $505,050 +12% 1,010 $500   $33,596,767 37
2008/11/30 11 $252,865 -50% 1,010 $250   $33,849,632 38
2008/12/01 12 $75,750 -70% 1,010 $75   $33,925,382 39
2008/12/02 12 $96,005 +27% 1,010 $95   $34,021,387 40
2008/12/03 12 $80,435 -16% 1,010 $80   $34,101,822 41
2008/12/04 12 $80,555 n/c 1,010 $80   $34,182,377 42
2008/12/05 14 $150,125 +86% 681 $220   $34,332,502 43
2008/12/06 14 $214,495 +43% 681 $315   $34,546,997 44
2008/12/07 14 $136,450 -36% 681 $200   $34,683,447 45
2008/12/08 14 $51,075 -63% 681 $75   $34,734,522 46
2008/12/09 - $57,885 +13% 681 $85   $34,792,407 47
2008/12/10 - $54,150 -6% 681 $80   $34,846,557 48
2008/12/11 - $58,210 +7% 681 $85   $34,904,767 49
2008/12/12 - $70,550 +21% 393 $180   $34,975,317 50
2008/12/13 - $113,775 +61% 393 $290   $35,089,092 51
2008/12/14 - $72,515 -36% 393 $185   $35,161,607 52
2008/12/15 - $31,440 -57% 393 $80   $35,193,047 53
2008/12/16 - $37,405 +19% 393 $95   $35,230,452 54
2008/12/17 - $33,395 -11% 393 $85   $35,263,847 55
2008/12/18 - $31,505 -6% 393 $80   $35,295,352 56
2008/12/19 - $27,480 -13% 229 $120   $35,322,832 57
2008/12/20 - $43,510 +58% 229 $190   $35,366,342 58
2008/12/21 - $30,915 -29% 229 $135   $35,397,257 59
2008/12/22 - $20,610 -33% 229 $90   $35,417,867 60
2008/12/23 - $20,700 n/c 229 $90   $35,438,567 61
2008/12/24 - $16,030 -23% 229 $70   $35,454,597 62
2008/12/25 - $10,830 -32% 229 $47   $35,465,427 63
2008/12/26 - $22,805 +111% 114 $200   $35,488,232 64
2008/12/27 - $28,485 +25% 114 $250   $35,516,717 65
2008/12/28 - $21,090 -26% 114 $185   $35,537,807 66
2008/12/29 - $15,355 -27% 114 $135   $35,553,162 67
2008/12/30 - $16,555 +8% 114 $145   $35,569,717 68
2008/12/31 - $28,500 +72% 114 $250   $35,598,217 69
2009/01/01 - $29,070 +2% 114 $255   $35,627,287 70
2009/01/02 - $29,400 +1% 125 $235   $35,656,687 71
2009/01/03 - $31,885 +8% 125 $255   $35,688,572 72
2009/01/04 - $18,755 -41% 125 $150   $35,707,327 73
2009/01/05 - $7,495 -60% 125 $60   $35,714,822 74
2009/01/06 - $8,750 +17% 125 $70   $35,723,572 75
2009/01/07 - $8,725 n/c 125 $70   $35,732,297 76
2009/01/08 - $7,505 -14% 125 $60   $35,739,802 77

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/10/24 21 $679,562   15 $45,304   $679,562 7
2008/10/31 3 $12,626,995 +1,758% 1,850 $6,825   $13,306,557 14
2008/11/07 4 $10,071,135 -20% 1,855 $5,429   $23,377,692 21
2008/11/14 5 $5,592,190 -44% 1,896 $2,949   $28,969,882 28
2008/11/21 8 $3,672,510 -34% 1,739 $2,112   $32,642,392 35
2008/11/28 12 $1,539,985 -58% 1,010 $1,525   $34,182,377 42
2008/12/05 14 $722,390 -53% 681 $1,061   $34,904,767 49
2008/12/12 21 $390,585 -46% 393 $994   $35,295,352 56
2008/12/19 35 $175,810 -55% 229 $768   $35,471,162 63
2008/12/26 40 $161,860 -8% 114 $1,420   $35,627,287 70
2009/01/02 39 $112,515 -30% 125 $900   $35,739,802 77

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/22/20094290,924 290,924$4,803,155$4,803,1551
3/1/20096182,418-37% 473,342$3,011,721$7,814,8762
3/8/2009784,678-54% 558,020$1,438,679$9,253,5563
3/15/20091555,003-35% 613,023$934,501$10,188,0574

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