The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $141,621,490Details
International Box Office $277,868,796
Worldwide Box Office $419,490,286
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $80,364,073 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $80,364,073
Further financial details...

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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
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Synopsis

The wardrobe is gone...the White Witch is dead...and Aslan has been missing for over 1,000 years. Now, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie are beckoned back to Narnia to find a vastly different world, where a new enemy stalks the battlefield and the land's kindly creatures find themselves on the brink of extinction.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
67% - Fresh
Audience
73% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$225,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 16th, 2008 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: December 2nd, 2008 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for epic battle action and violence.
Franchise: Chronicles of Narnia
Keywords: Visual Effects, Talking Animals
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

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DVD Rentals - Step Brothers are Wanted

New releases dominated the sales chart taking the top two places and four of the top five. This includes Step Brothers and Wanted, which finished neck and neck in first and second places respectively. More...

DVD Sales - A Prince\'s Ransom

New releases dominated the top of the sales chart this week, earning the top three spots. This included The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, which sold 3.34 million units and generated $54.72 million in revenue. More...

DVD Releases for December 2, 2008

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DVD Releases for November 26, 2008 - Part I

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International Details - Wanted Still in Demand

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International Details - Zohan Messes with the International Box Office

You Don't Mess With The Zohan slipped out of the top five with $7.96 million on 2296 screens in 33 markets for a total of $69.53 million internationally, which is more than Adam Sandler's previous film made in total internationally. This week the film opened in France landing in 10th place with just $816,000, but it was playing on just 171 screens. On the other hand, it added $1.66 million on 335 screens in Spain for a two-week total of $6.45 million. More...

International Details - Hell Pulls in the Gold

Hellboy 2: The Golden Army returned to the international chart in sixth place with $7.20 million on 828 screens in 14 markets for a total of $32.93 million. Of that weekend haul, $5.45 million was earned on 464 screens in the U.K., where it topped the charts this past weekend. Compared to the original, this film has made more domestically and more worldwide, while it is nearing its international total with openings in Australia, Spain, Brazil, Germany, France, and other markets left ahead of it. More...

International Details - Cliff Strong Overseas

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International Details - Panda Leads the Back of the Pack

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International Details - Another Milestone for Hancock

Hancock fell from second to sixth with $12.03 million on 5425 screens in 68 markets, however, it still reached $300 million internationally since last week and now has a running tally of $319.43 million. Its best market of the weekend was Spain where it added $1.92 million on 567 screens over the weekend for a total of $20.56 million after two. Meanwhile, its best market overall remains the U.K. where it has $47.09 million after a month of release, including $900,000 on 318 screens this past weekend. With Japan and Italy still ahead, the film should become Will Smith's second $600 million movie, but it will end well back of Independence Day. More...

International Details - Milestone Weekend

Hancock fell 56% to $20.22 million on 7516 screens in 70 markets, however, that was still enough for second place on the international chart this week, and lifted its totals to $295.58 million internationally and $502.06 million worldwide, reaching a major milestone. The film's best market of the week was Spain where it remained in first place with $3.98 million on 575 screens for a total of $16.86 million. It is also performing well in Germany where it held on to second place with $1.70 million on 755 screens over the weekend and $33.62 million after four. However, it is starting to slip in the U.K. falling to fifth place with $1.40 million on 400 screens, but its total of $45.15 million in that market is still fantastic. Hancock likely hit $300 million early last week, and it has yet to open in Japan and Italy. More...

International Details - Panda Continues to Perform

For the third week in a row, Kung Fu Panda performed excellently on the international scene, but was not on par with the top of the chart. Over the previous weekend, the film finished in third place with $29.02 million on 4460 screens in 51 screens for a total of $273.20 million. This week the film opened three of the four Scandinavian markets including Denmark where it opened in first place with $1.10 million on 87 screens over the weekend and $1.23 million in total. Meanwhile, the film only managed third in Norway with $834,000 on 105 screens over the weekend and $1.2 million in total and it managed third place in Sweden with $689,000 on 149 screens and $840,000 in total. Additionally, the film made $3.02 million on 466 screens over the weekend for a total of $27.57 million after three weeks. Next up for the film is Japan this weekend while it opens in Italy at the end of the month. More...

International Details - Panda Throws Its Weight Around

Kung Fu Panda grew to its biggest yet pulling in $45.32 million on 6314 screens in 49 markets for a total of $221.64 million. This includes openings in France where it placed second with $8.64 million on 743 screens for the full week and in Spain where it topped the charts with $6.29 million on 581 screens. The film's best holdover was The U.K. where it slipped a spot to third with $5.55 million on 456 screens for a two-week total of $21.57 million. It also held well in Germany adding $4.54 million on 838 screens for a two-week total of $11.14 million while it now has $20.38 million in Australia, including $3.17 million on 361 screens during this past weekend. Meanwhile, the film has yet to open in Italy or Japan, as well as a few other smaller markets, and should have no trouble reaching $300 million before long. More...

International Details - Panda Packs on the Pounds

Kung Fu Panda saw its weekend numbers climb by close to 70%, and its weekend haul of $40.16 million on 5325 screens in 40 markets was the best of its run so far. A run that has brought in $154.13 million so far. However, it still remained in second place thanks to the opening of Hancock. The film had a pair of second place openings including the U.K. where it made $8.63 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.96 million. Meanwhile in Germany it was not as strong with $4.48 million on 831 screens, but it still managed second place. The film also slipped to second place in Australia, but it held well down just 24% to $3.83 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.63 million. More...

International Top of the Chart - Wanted is Desired

Wanted started its international run in first place with $32.25 million on 2132 screens in 22 markets. The film's best market was Russia, but that's no surprise as the film was directed by Timur Bekmambetov, who was born in the Soviet Union. In that one market the film made $10.70 million on 859 screens, which was the second best opening of the year and seven times more than its nearest competition. (The best opening of the year was by The Very Best Film, which is a local film that broke the record back in January.) Other major markets for Wanted include South Korea where it made $5.36 million on 629 screens over the weekend and $6.81 million in total, which was enough for first place. On the other hand, it had to settle for a close second in the U.K. with $6.35 million on 412 screens. More...

International Details - What Happened?

The Happening fell from first to fifth with just $14.05 million on 5579 screens in 65 markets for a total of $56.40 million after two weeks. Good news, it was able to remain in first place in France despite falling 60% to $1.93 million on 550 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.68 million after two. On the other hand, it fell from first to third in Spain down 65% to $1.20 million on 387 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.41 million after two. Even worse, it was down just under 80% in Italy and just over 80% in South Korea earning $367,000 on 338 screens and $206,000 on 293 screens respectively. Its totals of $2.77 million in the former and $2.18 million in the latter are hardly impressive, and well below its domestic run. This is a shocking decline, especially since films tend to have better legs internationally than they have domestically. And while it should earn more on the international marketplace, there's little hope of reaching $200 million worldwide now. More...

International Details - Sex on the Decline

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International Details - Panda Feeds on International Audiences

Kung Fu Panda started its international run in third place with $20.46 million on 1521 screens in 9 markets. The film reportedly set records in a number of its smaller, Southeast Asian debuts while its brought in an impressive $8.26 million on 821 screens in Russia and $7.84 million on 632 screens in South Korea (including midweek numbers). Next up for the film is Australia and Mexico next weekend while it has major market opening throughout the summer. More...

International Details - Sex not as Popular with International Audiences

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Sex Starts Big, But Will It Just be a Quickie?

Sex and the City started off huge on Friday, but it quickly crashed as the weekend wore on. However, its first day was still enough to propel the film into first place and help the overall box office reach $168 million. That was lower than last weekend's total by just over 2%, but that's a very soft decline for a post-holiday weekend. Also, it was nearly 25% higher that the same weekend last year, which is huge growth. 2008 is still behind 2007's pace $3.57 billion to $3.68 billion, but any time it closes the gap is good news. More...

International Details - Narnia Softens

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian slipped 21% during its sophomore stint adding $19.35 million on 3681 screens in 13 markets for a still early total of $51.26 million. This includes a first place, $5.34 million opening on 782 screens over the weekend in Japan, while the film has $7.81 million including midweek numbers. This was below the original's opening in that market of $8.92 million, which is troubling. More troubling news came in Mexico where it was down 51% to $3.05 million on 842 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.58 million while in Russia it was down 55% to $3.03 million on 735 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.54 million after two. More...

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Indiana Jones Tops Iron Man\'s Opening (Kind Of)

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International Details - Narnia is Prince of the International Charts

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian opened in second place on the international charts with $23.31 million on 3037 screens in 12 markets giving it the best per screen average on this week's list. The film only opened in three major markets, but it finished first in all of them. This includes Russia where it managed $6.73 million on 735 screens and Mexico where it earned $6.27 million on 842 and in both cases it opened significantly higher than the original. On the other hand, while it managed first place in South Korea, its opening of $3.42 million on 670 screens over the weekend and a total of $3.90 million is significantly lower than the originals opening of $3.94 million on 262 screens over three days and $5.22 million in total. Next up for the film is its debut in Japan this weekend, while it has major openings all the way till late August. More...

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A Prince Among Kings

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Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of May 16, 2008

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Cast

Ben Barnes    Prince Caspian
Georgie Henley    Lucy Pevensie
Skandar Keynes    Edmund Pevensie
William Moseley    Peter Pevensie
Anna Popplewell    Susan Pevensie
Sergio Castellitto    Miraz
Peter Dinklage    Trumpkin the Dwarf
Warwick Davis    Nikabrik
Vincent Grass    Doctor Cornelius
Pierfrancesco Favino    Gen. Glozelle
Cornell S. John    Genstorm
Alicia Borrachero    Prunaprismia
Damian Alcazar    Lord Sopespian
Simon Andreu    Lord Scythely
Pedja Bjelac    Lord Donnon
David Bowles    Lord Gregoire
Juan Diego Montoya Garcia    Lord Montoya
Douglas Gresham    Telmarine Crier
Ash Jones    Geeky Boy
Klara Issova    Hag
Shane Rangi    Asterius/Wer-Wolf
Curtis Matthew    Faun
Mana Davis    Telmarine Soldiers in Boat
Winham Hammond    Telmarine Solider in Boat
Hana Frejkova    Midwife #1
Kristyna Madericova    Midwife #2
Lucie Solarova    Midwife #3
Karolina Matouskova    Midwife #4
Alina Phelan    Midwife #5
Joseph Morre    Boy #1
Isaac Bell    Boy #2
Lejla Abbasova    Glenstrom's Wife
Ephraim Goldin    Glenstrom Son #1
A.D. Yemi    Glenstorm Son #2
Carlos Dasilva    Glenstorm Son #3
Gomez Sandoval    Lightning Bolt Centaur
Jan Filipensky    Wimbleweather
David Mottl    Tyrus
Michaela Dvorska    Tyrus
John Bach    British Homeguard #1
Jack Walley    British Homeguard #2
Marcus O Donovan    Skeptical Telmarine
Adam Valdez    Telmarine Soldier Killed by Reepicheep
Liam Neeson    Aslan
Ken Stott    Voice of Trufflehunter
Harry Gregson-Williams    Voice of Patterwig the Squirrel
Sim Evan-Jones    Voice of Peepiceek
David Walliams    Voice of Bulgy Bear
Eddie Izzard    Voice of Reepicheep

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Andrew Adamson
Screenwriter    Andrew Adamson
Screenwriter    Chistopher Maukus
Screenwriter    Stephen McFeely
Producer    Mark Johnson
Producer    Andrew Adamson
Producer    Philip Steuer
Executive Producer    Perry Moore
Co-Producer    Douglas Gresham
Director of Photography    Carl Walter Lindenlaub
Production Designer    Roger Ford
Editor    Sim Evan-Jones
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dean Wright
Visual Effects Supervisor    Wendy Rogers
Costume Designer    Isis Mussenden
Composer    Harry Gregson-Williams
Unit Production Manager    Tim Coddington
Unit Production Manager    Philip Steuer
First Assistant Director    K.C. Hodenfield
Second Assistant Director    Jeff Okabayashi

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/16 1 $19,397,743   3,929 $4,937   $19,397,743 1
2008/05/17 1 $20,396,123 +5% 3,929 $5,191   $39,793,866 2
2008/05/18 1 $15,240,939 -25% 3,929 $3,879   $55,034,805 3
2008/05/19 1 $4,774,987 -69% 3,929 $1,215   $59,809,792 4
2008/05/20 1 $3,202,150 -33% 3,929 $815   $63,011,942 5
2008/05/21 1 $2,674,895 -16% 3,929 $681   $65,686,837 6
2008/05/22 2 $2,357,173 -12% 3,929 $600   $68,044,010 7
2008/05/23 2 $6,458,483 +174% 3,929 $1,644   $74,502,493 8
2008/05/24 2 $8,770,983 +36% 3,929 $2,232   $83,273,476 9
2008/05/25 2 $7,565,523 -14% 3,929 $1,926   $90,838,999 10
2008/05/26 2 $7,015,174 -7% 3,929 $1,785   $97,854,173 11
2008/05/27 2 $1,774,619 -75% 3,929 $452   $99,628,792 12
2008/05/28 2 $1,540,153 -13% 3,929 $392   $101,168,945 13
2008/05/29 2 $1,488,235 -3% 3,929 $379   $102,657,180 14
2008/05/30 5 $3,457,777 +132% 3,801 $910   $106,114,957 15
2008/05/31 5 $5,575,862 +61% 3,801 $1,467   $111,690,819 16
2008/06/01 5 $3,670,906 -34% 3,801 $966   $115,361,725 17
2008/06/02 5 $1,119,846 -69% 3,801 $295   $116,481,571 18
2008/06/03 5 $1,287,102 +15% 3,801 $339   $117,768,673 19
2008/06/04 5 $1,263,385 -2% 3,801 $332   $119,032,058 20
2008/06/05 5 $1,285,116 +2% 3,801 $338   $120,317,174 21
2008/06/06 7 $1,657,495 +29% 3,801 $436   $121,974,669 22
2008/06/07 7 $2,277,533 +37% 3,801 $599   $124,252,202 23
2008/06/08 7 $1,723,808 -24% 3,801 $454   $125,976,010 24
2008/06/09 7 $703,754 -59% 3,801 $185   $126,679,764 25
2008/06/10 7 $724,456 +3% 3,801 $191   $127,404,220 26
2008/06/11 7 $675,220 -7% 3,801 $178   $128,079,440 27
2008/06/12 7 $659,021 -2% 3,801 $173   $128,738,461 28
2008/06/13 9 $894,760 +36% 2,308 $388   $129,633,221 29
2008/06/14 9 $1,202,419 +34% 2,308 $521   $130,835,640 30
2008/06/15 8 $1,067,834 -11% 2,308 $463   $131,903,474 31
2008/06/16 9 $437,602 -59% 2,308 $190   $132,341,076 32
2008/06/17 9 $468,046 +7% 2,308 $203   $132,809,122 33
2008/06/18 9 $466,616 n/c 2,308 $202   $133,275,738 34
2008/06/19 9 $481,633 +3% 2,308 $209   $133,757,371 35
2008/06/20 11 $475,689 -1% 1,462 $325   $134,233,060 36
2008/06/21 11 $696,305 +46% 1,462 $476   $134,929,365 37
2008/06/22 10 $618,721 -11% 1,462 $423   $135,548,086 38
2008/06/23 11 $274,032 -56% 1,462 $187   $135,822,118 39
2008/06/24 11 $260,754 -5% 1,462 $178   $136,082,872 40
2008/06/25 11 $260,920 n/c 1,462 $178   $136,343,792 41
2008/06/26 10 $282,839 +8% 1,462 $193   $136,626,631 42
2008/06/27 12 $338,133 +20% 690 $490   $136,964,764 43
2008/06/28 12 $429,164 +27% 690 $622   $137,393,928 44
2008/06/29 12 $270,544 -37% 690 $392   $137,664,472 45
2008/06/30 12 $157,240 -42% 690 $228   $137,821,712 46
2008/07/01 13 $146,445 -7% 690 $212   $137,968,157 47
2008/07/02 - $91,456 -38% 690 $133   $138,059,613 48
2008/07/03 - $151,620 +66% 690 $220   $138,211,233 49
2008/07/04 - $147,483 -3% 403 $366   $138,358,716 50
2008/07/05 - $257,164 +74% 403 $638   $138,615,880 51
2008/07/06 - $146,866 -43% 403 $364   $138,762,746 52
2008/07/07 - $73,283 -50% 403 $182   $138,836,029 53
2008/07/08 - $79,803 +9% 403 $198   $138,915,832 54
2008/07/09 - $80,555 +1% 403 $200   $138,996,387 55
2008/07/10 - $81,183 +1% 403 $201   $139,077,570 56
2008/09/01 42 $18,421   83 $222   $141,614,023 109

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/16 1 $55,034,805   3,929 $14,007   $55,034,805 3
2008/05/23 2 $22,794,989 -59% 3,929 $5,802   $90,839,999 10
2008/05/30 5 $12,704,545 -44% 3,801 $3,342   $115,362,725 17
2008/06/06 7 $5,658,836 -55% 3,065 $1,846   $125,977,010 24
2008/06/13 9 $3,165,013 -44% 2,308 $1,371   $131,904,474 31
2008/06/20 11 $1,790,715 -43% 1,462 $1,225   $135,549,086 38
2008/06/27 12 $1,037,841 -42% 690 $1,504   $137,665,472 45
2008/07/04 15 $551,513 -47% 403 $1,369   $138,762,746 52
2008/07/11 20 $258,898 -53% 286 $905   $139,336,468 59
2008/07/18 28 $140,139 -46% 167 $839   $139,640,838 66
2008/07/25 20 $372,519 +166% 322 $1,157   $140,117,978 73
2008/08/01 21 $277,868 -25% 282 $985   $140,693,781 80
2008/08/08 27 $203,633 -27% 259 $786   $141,092,878 87
2008/08/15 35 $139,547 -31% 201 $694   $141,364,159 94
2008/08/22 44 $75,920 -46% 146 $520   $141,516,617 101
2008/08/29 51 $45,075 -41% 83 $543   $141,595,602 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/7/200812,502,839 2,502,839$39,552,365$39,552,3651
12/14/20083916,512-63% 3,419,351$14,869,766$54,422,1302
12/21/20087548,055-40% 3,967,406$8,745,040$63,167,1703
12/28/20088478,633-13% 4,446,039$7,652,145$70,819,3154
1/4/200910181,481-62% 4,627,520$2,713,831$73,533,1465
1/11/20092863,935-65% 4,691,455$985,564$74,518,7106
1/18/20092936,062-44% 4,727,517$555,120$75,073,8307

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