The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $104,386,950Details
International Box Office $313,800,000
Worldwide Box Office $418,186,950
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $27,753,270 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,106,205 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $38,859,475
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, along with their cousin Eustace and their royal friend King Caspian, find themselves swallowed into a painting and on to the Narnian ship, the Dawn Treader. As they embark on an adventure of destiny and discovery, they confront obstacles beyond imagination.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
49% - Rotten
Audience
58% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$155,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 10th, 2010 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: April 8th, 2011 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for some frightening images and sequences of fantasy action.
(Rating bulletin 2143, 10/20/2010)
Franchise: Chronicles of Narnia
Keywords: Voiceover/Narration, Dysfunctional Family, Coming of Age, Gratuitous Cameos, Sword and Sandal, Talking Animals, Rescue, Dragon, Prince/Princess, 3-D
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Walden Media, Walden Media, Fox 2000 Pictures

DVD Sales: New Releases Fail to Crack the Top Five

No new release reached the top five on the DVD sales chart this week. This left Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I in first place with 636,000 units / $9.62 million for the week and 4.93 million units / $70.01 million after three. It's not quite the best selling DVD of 2011, but its solidly in second place. More...

DVD Sales: Easter Helps Older DVDs Spring Back

The combination of factors ranging from the Fanboy Effect to Easter sales were in relative balance, and this helped Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I remain strong. It led all new releases to earn first place on the DVD sales chart this week with sales of 1.99 million units / $27.89 million for the week for totals of 4.43 million units / $62.35 million. Tangled grew more than 100% thanks to Easter sales, selling an additional 1.04 million units for the week to give the film total sales of 5.59 million units / $85.30 million after a month of release. The King's Speech opened in third place with 893,000 units / $13.39 million, which is great for a limited release, but a little soft for the big Oscar winner. More...

DVD Sales: Deathly Helps Bring Life to DVD Sales

Despite coming on out on Friday, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I easily won the race on the DVD sales chart this week defeating new releases and holdovers alike. It sold 2.66 million units for total sales of $37.55 million. It will be interesting to see how well it holds up during its first full week of release. More...

DVD Sales: Tangled in Tight Race on Top

Despite having to deal with several new releases, Tangled was able to remain on top of the sales chart this week, albeit in a close race. It sold an additional 807,000 units over the week for a total of 4.27 million units, while its revenue rose to $65.17 million. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 12th, 2011

The quality of first-run releases coming out on Tuesday is pretty low, but on this week's list we have The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, which came out last Friday, and The Deathly Hallows: Part I, which comes out this Friday. Besides those two releases, the only other potential big seller is The Incredibles on Blu-ray. I don't think that will top the sales, but it should do well on the Blu-ray sales chart and it is this week's Pick of the Week. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 5th, 2011

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International Box Office: Rango Moseys to the Top

Rango climbed into first place on the international chart this weekend adding $24.05 million on 5214 screens in 46 markets to its two-week total of $47.18 million. It opened in first place in Australia with $2.73 million on 296 screens, while it finished a very close second in Brazil with $1.75 million on 330 screens over the weekend for a total opening on $2.75 million. As far as holdovers go, it was down just 6% in the U.K. to $2.48 million on 471 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.82 million after two. It was able to remain in first place in Mexico with $2.13 million on 927 screens over the weekend and $5.82 million after two. With debuts in Russia, France, Italy, Japan, and other markets still ahead, it should have little troublen hitting $100 million internationally and $250 million worldwide making it the biggest hit of the year, so far. More...

International Box Office: Swan's Song a Three-Part Harmony

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Better Late Than Never

A few films tend to cross the $100 million milestone every January, as late December releases finish their run and this year is no exception. For instance, late last weekend Due Date hit the century mark on the 73rd day of its theatrical release. That's not a record, but it is certainly unusual for a wide release to take that long to get there. This past weekend, Voyage of the Dawn Treader became the 27th film released in 2010 to hit that mark, and the first for 20th Century Fox to reach that milestone all year long. Just a year after they released Avatar and five other $100 million movies, Fox was nearly shut out of the century club. That's quite a slump. More...

International Box Office: Tangled Continues Earning the Green

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International Box Office: Tangled Web of Confusion

We are again stuck with studio estimates, which is a bit troubling, as I was hoping the schedule would have returned to normal. Also, this has resulted in a bit of confusion with Tangled and The Tourist finishing in a very close race for the number one position. Tangled led the way according to the studio estimate with $26.3 million on 3,636 screens in 43 markets for a total of $179.3 million internationally and $355.1 million worldwide. This week it debuted in first place in Australia with $5.74 million on 462 screens over the weekend, for a total opening of $6.08 million. Meanwhile in Brazil it topped the charts with $4.53 million on 446 screens over the weekend and $5.98 million in total. In both cases the film opened better than it did here. More...

International Box Office: Starting the New Year with Old Numbers

The Christmas break is just ending, but as it is normally the case, international numbers are late. We do have studio estimates for a few films, as well as last week's final numbers, which had a surprise change at the top. We'll start with this week's possible number one film. Gulliverís Travels led the list of studio estimates with $24.9 million on 3,964 screens in 33 markets for a total of $48.9 million. This includes a massive $10.98 million opening on 497 screens in the U.K. That's like a $50 to $60 million opening here; granted, that was since boxing day, but since it won't make that much in total domestically, it is still an impressive opening. On the other hand, it opened in second place in Australia with $2.85 million on 411 screens. Still better than its opening here, but more inline with expectations. More...

New Year Brings Little to Celebrate

2011 has begun but it didn't get off to a strong start. It didn't even get off to a better than expected start, as only one film in the top five really topped expectations. Overall, the box office grew by 10% from last week hitting $159 million, but that's not great given Christmas Eve landed on a Friday. It was also down 28% from the same weekend last year, so 2011 is off to a bad start. Granted, it's incredibly early, but there are not a lot of hopeful signs for the rest of the month and double-digit declines will likely be the norm. More...

Celebrate the New Year with Holdovers

The New Year's weekend normally has no wide releases, and that's the case this year. This means last weekend's three big hits will finish one-two-three this weekend, although they could finish in a different order. Meanwhile, all three combined might not make as much as Avatar earned this time last year, meaning 2010 will end and 2011 will begin on a sour note. More...

International Box Office: Little Leads the Way, Maybe

With Christmas just behind us and New Year's Day just ahead, a lot of studios are on vacation, so there are not a lot of details when it comes to box office numbers and we are stuck with studio estimates for the most part. According to these estimates, Little Fockers took top spot with $27 million on 3933 screens in 37 markets during its opening. However, it was such a tight race that once final figures are in, it might slip to second, or even third. Its biggest market was the U.K., where it opened in first place with $7.3 million on 487 screens. By comparison, Meet the Parents made twice that during its debut in 2005. Ouch. More...

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International Box Office: Bullet Gunning for Number One

The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader remained in top spot over the weekend, but it fell more than 50% to $31.53 million on 10,107 screens in 61 markets for a total of $126.02 million internationally. Over the weekend it opened in Germany, but only managed second place with $2.46 million on 893 screens, which is about 40% less than Prince Caspian made during its opening weekend and less than half of what the original opened with. It was down 50% in Russia, but still going strong with $3.89 million on 1284 screens over the weekend for a total of $16.29 million after two. In France it held well, down just 40% to $3.10 million on 739 screens over the weekend and $8.77 million in total. It will not match its predecessors at the box office, but it should make enough internationally that it will break even, eventually. More...

Tron Scores Easy Win Over Weak Competition

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International Box Office: Voyage Sails to the Top

Like the previous films in the franchise, The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader will clearly be a bigger hit internationally than it will domestically. This weekend it climbed into top spot with $66.18 million on 10,0159 screens in 58 markets for a total of $80.22 million. It opened in first place in Russia with $7.85 million on 1284 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.87 million. Its debut in France was a little stronger than its opening here at $5.15 million on 739 screens, likewise in South Korea with $3.89 million on 562 screens over the weekend and $5.28 million in total. In Mexico it made $3.36 million on 522 screens over the weekend and $7.01 million including previews. On the other hand, it only made $3.87 million on 536 screens in the U.K. By comparison, the first film made more than $15 million in its opening and the second more than $8 million. Its going to need strong holds going forward if it is to have any shot at breaking even. The fact that it fell just 23% during its second weekend in Spain is a hopeful sign. However, it still only managed $2.21 million on 598 screens, while this strong hold was in part due to the total lack of wide releases in that market this past weekend. More...

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Voyage of the Damned

Well that sucked. Both new releases underperformed at the box office this past weekend, by a large margin. In fact, combined Dawn Treader and The Tourist earned less than many were thinking Dawn Treader alone would earn. Needless to say, this hurt the overall box office. It was still able to grow by 6.5% from last weekend to $92 million, but that's more than 5% lower than the same weekend last year, and the same weekend last year was a disappointment to begin with. 2010 still has a lead over 2009, but that lead is down to 1.5% at $9.90 billion to $9.75 billion, and by this time next weekend, that lead could be cut in half. And by the end of Christmas weekend, it could be gone entirely. More...

The Beginning of the Voyage

It could be a strong weekend at the box office with two wide releases, both with the potential of earning more than $100 million, perhaps a lot more in one case. This is great news for 2010, as this week last year was not strong. Both Dawn Treader and The Tourist should open with more than The Princess and the Frog did during its debut in wide release, although it could be close for the latter. Combined the two films could make more than the top five did last year. If so, 2010 should win big over 2009, but it will be the last win for 2010, and it still might not be enough to maintain its lead over 2009 in the end. More...

International Box Office: Harry Tumbles But Still Wins Race

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I maintained its lead on top of the international box office chart; however, it saw its weekend haul sliced in half to $57.12 million on 14,188 screens in 62 markets for a total of $473.52 million internationally and $718.04 million worldwide. It became just the 43rd film to reach $700 million worldwide, while it will shortly overtake Up for 40th place overall. More...

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Filming has Begun for \"Dawn Treader\"


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Cast

Georgie Henley    Lucy Pevensie
Skandar Keynes    Edmund Pevensie
Ben Barnes    Prince Caspian
Will Poulter    Eustace Scrubb
Liam Neeson    Aslan
Simon Pegg    Reepicheep
Tilda Swinton    Jadis, the White Witch
Anna Popplewell    Susan Pevensie
William Moseley    Peter Pevensie

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Mark Johnson
Producer    Andrew Adamson
Producer    Philip Steuer
Executive Producer    Douglas Gresham
Executive Producer    Perry Moore
Screenwriter    Christopher Markus
Screenwriter    Stephen McFeely
Screenwriter    Michael Petroni
Director    Michael Apted
Cinematographer    Dante Spinotti
Editor    Rick Shaine
Composer    David Arnold
Production Designer    Barry Robison
Supervising Art Director    Ian Gracie
Art Director    Karen Murphy
Set Decorator    Rebecca Cohen
Costume Designer    Isis Mussenden
Sound Mixer    Paul Brincat
Sound Designer    Nigel Stone
Sound Designer    James Boyle
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Massey
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Hedges
Sound Effects Supervisor    Brian Cox
Visual Effects Supervisor    Angus Bickerton
Stunt Coordinator    Allan Poppleton
Stereoscopic Supervisor    Ed W. Marsh
Associate Producer    Cort Krestensen
Assistant Director    Jeff Okabayashi
Second Unit Director    John Mahaffie
Second Unit Camera    John Mahaffie
Casting Director    Christine King
Casting Director    Nina Gold

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/10 1 $8,255,202   3,555 $2,322   $8,255,202 1
2010/12/11 1 $9,716,366 +18% 3,555 $2,733   $17,971,568 2
2010/12/12 1 $6,033,501 -38% 3,555 $1,697   $24,005,069 3
2010/12/13 1 $1,638,099 -73% 3,555 $461   $25,643,168 4
2010/12/14 1 $1,727,767 +5% 3,555 $486   $27,370,935 5
2010/12/15 1 $1,422,976 -18% 3,555 $400   $28,793,911 6
2010/12/16 1 $1,569,664 +10% 3,555 $442   $30,363,575 7
2010/12/17 4 $3,555,851 +127% 3,555 $1,000   $33,919,426 8
2010/12/18 3 $5,136,889 +44% 3,555 $1,445   $39,056,315 9
2010/12/19 3 $3,695,922 -28% 3,555 $1,040   $42,752,237 10
2010/12/20 3 $2,225,059 -40% 3,555 $626   $44,977,296 11
2010/12/21 3 $2,660,104 +20% 3,555 $748   $47,637,400 12
2010/12/22 5 $2,516,171 -5% 3,532 $712   $50,153,571 13
2010/12/23 5 $2,965,416 +18% 3,532 $840   $53,118,987 14
2010/12/24 4 $2,159,060 -27% 3,532 $611   $55,278,047 15
2010/12/25 4 $3,684,494 +71% 3,350 $1,100   $58,962,541 16
2010/12/26 4 $3,634,489 -1% 3,350 $1,085   $62,597,030 17
2010/12/27 5 $3,485,140 -4% 3,350 $1,040   $66,082,170 18
2010/12/28 5 $3,706,472 +6% 3,350 $1,106   $69,788,642 19
2010/12/29 6 $3,377,655 -9% 3,350 $1,008   $73,166,297 20
2010/12/30 6 $3,507,325 +4% 3,350 $1,047   $76,673,622 21
2010/12/31 5 $3,392,475 -3% 2,948 $1,151   $80,066,097 22
2011/01/01 6 $4,062,805 +20% 2,948 $1,378   $84,128,902 23
2011/01/02 7 $2,797,495 -31% 2,948 $949   $86,926,397 24
2011/01/03 8 $1,090,799 -61% 2,948 $370   $88,017,196 25
2011/01/04 8 $791,476 -27% 2,948 $268   $88,808,672 26
2011/01/05 8 $564,125 -29% 2,948 $191   $89,372,797 27
2011/01/06 8 $557,996 -1% 2,948 $189   $89,930,793 28
2011/01/07 11 $1,177,526 +111% 2,814 $418   $91,108,319 29
2011/01/08 12 $2,141,110 +82% 2,814 $761   $93,249,429 30
2011/01/09 12 $1,282,767 -40% 2,814 $456   $94,532,196 31
2011/01/10 12 $274,214 -79% 2,814 $97   $94,806,410 32
2011/01/11 11 $325,975 +19% 2,814 $116   $95,132,385 33
2011/01/12 12 $292,249 -10% 2,814 $104   $95,424,634 34
2011/01/13 12 $318,102 +9% 2,814 $113   $95,742,736 35
2011/01/14 13 $534,833 +68% 1,704 $314   $96,277,569 36
2011/01/15 13 $998,143 +87% 1,704 $586   $97,275,712 37
2011/01/16 13 $791,417 -21% 1,704 $464   $98,067,129 38
2011/01/17 13 $796,793 +1% 1,704 $468   $98,863,922 39
2011/01/18 14 $153,718 -81% 1,704 $90   $99,017,640 40
2011/01/19 15 $117,295 -24% 1,704 $69   $99,134,935 41
2011/01/20 14 $131,495 +12% 1,704 $77   $99,266,430 42
2011/01/21 15 $312,508 +138% 1,135 $275   $99,578,938 43
2011/01/22 14 $679,656 +117% 1,135 $599   $100,258,594 44
2011/01/23 14 $361,772 -47% 1,135 $319   $100,620,366 45
2011/01/24 16 $81,787 -77% 1,135 $72   $100,702,153 46
2011/01/25 17 $77,024 -6% 1,135 $68   $100,779,177 47
2011/01/26 17 $65,955 -14% 1,135 $58   $100,845,132 48
2011/01/27 16 $84,704 +28% 1,135 $75   $100,929,836 49
2011/01/28 19 $199,033 +135% 732 $272   $101,128,869 50
2011/01/29 18 $419,883 +111% 732 $574   $101,548,752 51
2011/01/30 18 $266,001 -37% 732 $363   $101,814,753 52
2011/01/31 19 $51,939 -80% 732 $71   $101,866,692 53
2011/02/01 21 $46,992 -10% 732 $64   $101,913,684 54
2011/02/02 18 $57,652 +23% 732 $79   $101,971,336 55
2011/02/03 19 $59,659 +3% 732 $82   $102,030,995 56
2011/02/04 22 $134,352 +125% 514 $261   $102,165,347 57
2011/02/05 21 $286,743 +113% 514 $558   $102,452,090 58
2011/02/06 20 $111,724 -61% 514 $217   $102,563,814 59
2011/02/07 - $32,641 -71% 514 $64   $102,596,455 60
2011/02/08 - $31,691 -3% 514 $62   $102,628,146 61
2011/02/09 - $29,444 -7% 514 $57   $102,657,590 62
2011/02/10 - $35,956 +22% 514 $70   $102,693,546 63
2011/02/11 - $67,946 +89% 293 $232   $102,761,492 64
2011/02/12 - $137,190 +102% 293 $468   $102,898,682 65
2011/02/13 - $82,369 -40% 293 $281   $102,981,051 66
2011/02/14 - $40,514 -51% 293 $138   $103,021,565 67
2011/02/15 - $22,949 -43% 293 $78   $103,044,514 68
2011/02/16 - $21,293 -7% 293 $73   $103,065,807 69
2011/02/17 - $23,592 +11% 293 $81   $103,089,399 70
2011/02/18 - $71,433 +203% 264 $271   $103,160,832 71
2011/02/19 - $125,041 +75% 264 $474   $103,285,873 72
2011/02/20 - $89,644 -28% 264 $340   $103,375,517 73
2011/02/21 26 $87,178 -3% 264 $330   $103,462,695 74
2011/02/22 - $30,572 -65% 264 $116   $103,493,267 75
2011/02/23 - $23,315 -24% 264 $88   $103,516,582 76
2011/02/24 - $26,194 +12% 264 $99   $103,542,776 77
2011/02/25 - $61,116 +133% 248 $246   $103,603,892 78
2011/02/26 - $109,209 +79% 248 $440   $103,713,101 79
2011/02/27 - $63,916 -41% 248 $258   $103,777,017 80
2011/02/28 - $15,885 -75% 248 $64   $103,792,902 81
2011/03/01 - $18,254 +15% 248 $74   $103,811,156 82
2011/03/02 - $15,452 -15% 248 $62   $103,826,608 83
2011/03/03 - $17,168 +11% 248 $69   $103,843,776 84
2011/03/04 - $36,429 +112% 185 $197   $103,880,205 85
2011/03/05 - $71,781 +97% 185 $388   $103,951,986 86
2011/03/06 - $42,968 -40% 185 $232   $103,994,954 87
2011/03/07 - $10,741 -75% 185 $58   $104,005,695 88
2011/03/08 - $12,166 +13% 185 $66   $104,017,861 89
2011/03/09 - $11,288 -7% 185 $61   $104,029,149 90
2011/03/10 - $13,261 +17% 185 $72   $104,042,410 91
2011/03/11 - $19,941 +50% 123 $162   $104,062,351 92
2011/03/12 - $35,558 +78% 123 $289   $104,097,909 93
2011/03/13 - $23,230 -35% 123 $189   $104,121,139 94
2011/03/14 - $11,557 -50% 123 $94   $104,132,696 95
2011/03/15 - $13,622 +18% 123 $111   $104,146,318 96
2011/03/16 - $13,501 -1% 123 $110   $104,159,819 97
2011/03/17 - $14,056 +4% 123 $114   $104,173,875 98
2011/03/18 - $16,084 +14% 82 $196   $104,189,959 99
2011/03/19 - $21,444 +33% 82 $262   $104,211,403 100
2011/03/20 - $13,911 -35% 82 $170   $104,225,314 101
2011/03/21 - $5,245 -62% 82 $64   $104,230,559 102
2011/03/22 - $5,657 +8% 82 $69   $104,236,216 103
2011/03/23 - $4,985 -12% 82 $61   $104,241,201 104
2011/03/24 - $6,273 +26% 82 $77   $104,247,474 105
2011/03/25 - $13,899 +122% 72 $193   $104,261,373 106
2011/03/26 - $22,836 +64% 72 $317   $104,284,209 107
2011/03/27 - $15,212 -33% 72 $211   $104,299,421 108
2011/03/28 - $4,366 -71% 72 $61   $104,303,787 109
2011/03/29 - $5,041 +15% 72 $70   $104,308,828 110
2011/03/30 - $4,773 -5% 72 $66   $104,313,601 111
2011/03/31 - $5,409 +13% 72 $75   $104,319,010 112
2011/04/01 - $8,651 +60% 60 $144   $104,327,661 113
2011/04/02 - $13,472 +56% 60 $225   $104,341,133 114
2011/04/03 - $9,230 -31% 60 $154   $104,350,363 115
2011/04/04 - $3,352 -64% 60 $56   $104,353,715 116
2011/04/05 - $5,315 +59% 60 $89   $104,359,030 117
2011/04/06 - $3,708 -30% 60 $62   $104,362,738 118
2011/04/07 - $4,395 +19% 60 $73   $104,367,133 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/10 1 $24,005,069   3,555 $6,752   $24,005,069 3
2010/12/17 3 $12,388,662 -48% 3,555 $3,485   $42,752,237 10
2010/12/24 4 $9,478,043 -23% 3,532 $2,683   $62,597,030 17
2010/12/31 5 $10,252,775 +8% 2,948 $3,478   $86,926,397 24
2011/01/07 11 $4,601,403 -55% 2,814 $1,635   $94,532,196 31
2011/01/14 13 $2,324,393 -49% 1,704 $1,364   $98,067,129 38
2011/01/21 14 $1,353,936 -42% 1,135 $1,193   $100,620,366 45
2011/01/28 18 $884,917 -35% 732 $1,209   $101,814,753 52
2011/02/04 22 $532,819 -40% 514 $1,037   $102,563,814 59
2011/02/11 33 $287,505 -46% 293 $981   $102,981,051 66
2011/02/18 28 $286,118 n/c 264 $1,084   $103,375,517 73
2011/02/25 31 $234,241 -18% 248 $945   $103,777,017 80
2011/03/04 32 $151,178 -35% 185 $817   $103,994,954 87
2011/03/11 39 $78,729 -48% 123 $640   $104,121,139 94
2011/03/18 45 $51,439 -35% 82 $627   $104,225,314 101
2011/03/25 46 $51,947 +1% 72 $721   $104,299,421 108
2011/04/01 53 $31,353 -40% 60 $523   $104,350,363 115
2011/04/08 65 $16,491 -47% 32 $515   $104,383,624 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/10/20114400,281 400,281$7,096,462$7,096,4621
4/17/20113418,337+5% 818,618$7,250,575$14,347,0372
4/24/20115240,499-43% 1,059,117$3,752,289$18,099,3263
5/1/2011498,586-59% 1,157,703$1,611,457$19,710,7834
5/8/20111651,938-47% 1,209,641$875,706$20,586,4895
5/15/20111341,764-20% 1,251,405$693,629$21,280,1186
5/22/20112931,012-26% 1,282,417$559,140$21,839,2587
5/29/20111647,767+54% 1,330,184$764,067$22,603,3258
6/5/20112328,655-40% 1,358,839$462,386$23,065,7119
6/12/20112622,755-21% 1,381,594$365,197$23,430,90810

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/10/20113174,199 174,199$3,593,719$3,593,7191
4/17/20112139,066-20% 313,265$2,779,937$6,373,6562
4/24/2011580,021-42% 393,287$1,450,789$7,824,4453
5/1/2011621,422-73% 414,709$419,017$8,243,4624
5/8/20111016,589-23% 431,297$356,492$8,599,9545
5/15/20111714,456-13% 445,753$278,135$8,878,0896
5/22/2011169,351-35% 455,105$172,900$9,050,9897
5/29/20111115,226+63% 470,330$278,932$9,329,9218
8/7/2011617,206 506,151$302,134$9,958,92718

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