Clash of the Titans

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $163,214,888Details
International Box Office $330,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $493,214,888
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $30,749,122 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $20,748,362 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,497,484
Further financial details...

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Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
28% - Rotten
Audience
40% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Theatrical Release: April 1st, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: July 27th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for fantasy action violence, some frightening images and brief sensuality
(Rating bulletin 2112, 3/17/2010)
Franchise: Clash of the Titans
Keywords: Visual Effects, Monster, Gods and Goddesses, Remake, 3-D
Source:Remake
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Legendary Pictures, Thunder Road Film, Zancuk Company, Warner Bros.

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 16th, 2010

It's getting really close to Black Friday, which is sometimes reported as the busiest shopping day of the year. (It's not. That would be Christmas Eve.) So it should come as no surprise that there's a prime release this week, or should I say re-release. Avatar: Extended Collector's Edition on Blu-ray is the biggest, and arguably the best, release of the week and it is the Pick of the Week. However, there was some competition from The Kids Are All Right on DVD or Blu-ray. More...

DVD Sales: Good Week for Night

Only three new releases managed to reach the top 30 on the DVD sales chart this week, led by Date Night. The DVD sold an estimated 623,000 units, and generated $10.58 million in consumer spending at retail during its first week of release. More...

DVD Sales: Wimpy Kicks Some Ass

It was a strange week on the sales chart with one new release dominating DVD sales, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and another dominating the Blu-ray sales chart, Kick Ass. Diary of a Wimpy Kid sold 733,000 units generating $12.46 million in revenue. More...

DVD Sales: No Clash on Top

A few new releases charted this week, but there was no contest over which film topped the chart. Clash of the Titans led the way with 913,000 units sold and $15.51 million in consumer spending at retail. This was more than five times the second place film. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 27th, 2010

It is a deceptively slow week in the video market. I love that word, "deceptively", because it really has no meaning. In the first sentence it could mean the week appears to be busy, but it is really slow. Or it could mean the week appears to be slow, but it is really busy. In this case, it's the former. While there are 350 releases for the week on Amazon.com, there's only one significant first run release, Clash of the Titans. Moving down the list of best sellers, it doesn't take long until you run into second tier, or even third or fourth tier releases. Arguably the best release on this week's list of reviews is Mother, but that came out last week it's on the list because the screener was late. The two competitors for Pick of the Week from this week's releases are Batman: Under the Red Hood - Blu-ray with Litho Cell and Ip Man - Collector's Edition Blu-ray. Which one wins depends on whether you like martial arts movies or comic books more. For me, it's a tie. More...

International Details: Box Office as a Strong Indian Flavor

Rajneeti was the second Indian film within a few weeks to open strong on the global scene. Internationally, it earned third place with $11.01 million on 925 screens in 16 markets, which is an excellent start for this type of film. After Kites opened respectively well, it quickly collapsed. Thanks to a higher than average production budget, it will end up costing the studio money. However, this film is already well on its way to profitability and hopefully it will show much better legs. More...

International Details: Sex Debuts in Second

Sex and the City 2 started its international run in second place with $23.98 million on 2739 screens in 18 markets for a total opening of $27.11 million. The film's biggest opening came in the U.K., where it made $8.93 million on 530 screens, 24% more than the original's opening. It had the biggest opening of the year in Germany with $5.90 million on 736 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.72 million. This was 23% higher than the original managed. On the other hand, it only saw 4% growth in Italy, with $2.4 million on 499 screens. This is not enough to keep pace with inflation. However, it is still better than it managed here. More...

International Details: Iron Shines Brighter than Predecessor

Iron Man 2 is starting to see sharp declines in its theater count, but it still hit a major milestone during the past weekend. It added $13.90 million on 8739 screens in 55 markets for a total of $269.30 million internationally, which is just ahead of the total earned by Iron Man. Additionally, the film reached the half billion dollar mark with total ticket sales of $520.32 million worldwide. By the time it opened in Japan on the 11th, it will have surpassed its predecessor on the worldwide stage, while it has likely already broken even at this point. More...

International Details: Iron No Longer Golden, But Still Rich

Iron Man 2 slipped to second place with $30.47 million on 10,223 screens in 57 markets for a total of $245.75 million internationally and $456.95 million worldwide. While this is impressive, its per theater average has become very weak and the competition is heating up. Look for sharp declines in the film's screen count over the next few weeks. That said, the original Iron Man earned a total of $264 million internationally and it is likely that the sequel has already topped that figure. It has also likely topped $500 million worldwide, while $600 million globally is a safe bet, so there's no reason for the studio to worry about shedding screens at this point. The film's biggest individual market so far is still the U.K. where it has made $25.80 million, including $2.30 million on 491 screens this past weekend. South Korea is right behind with $2.11 million on 600 screens over the weekend and $25.27 million after two. More...

International Details: Another Milestone for Alice

For the fourth weekend in a row, Alice in Wonderland remained in second place, this time adding $13.28 million on 3843 screens in 54 markets for a total of $630.30 million internationally and $961.15 million worldwide. Since last week it has crossed the $600 million milestone on the international scene, making it just the 13th film to do so. It is now the seventh highest grossing film of all time. The film's per screen average has declined enough that it will likely shed screens and markets rather quickly. That said, if the worst thing you can say about a movie's box office run is, "It might not make it to $1 billion!" then the film is a massive success. More...

Weekend Estimates: Iron Man 2 Leads Off Summer with Fifth Best Opening

A prime launch date, inflated ticket prices, and the unbeatable formula of a superhero sequel combined to give Iron Man 2 a massive opening weekend, according to Paramount's estimate, released on Sunday. Their projected $133.6 million would make the movie the fifth-biggest opener of all time, and cements Iron Man's place among the industry's mega-franchises, alongside Batman, Spider-Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, Twilight and Harry Potter. More...

International Details: Wonderful Milestone for Alice

With Iron Man 2 debuting over the past weekend, Alice in Wonderland had one last gasp before the onslaught of summer blockbusters. It remained in second place with $23.54 million on 4263 screens in 54 markets over the weekend for a total of $592.23 million after two months of release. Worldwide, the film now has $921.92 million, which means that over the weekend it became just the 14th film to cross the $900 million milestone. It has already overtaken Shrek 2 for 13th place. By now, it is likely already in the top ten all-time and has a nominal shot at $1 billion worldwide. More...

International Top Five: Clash Cracks Another Milestone

Clash of the Titans remained in first place with $34.12 million on 9703 screens in 63 markets for a total of $244.18 million internationally and $389.74 million worldwide. Since last week, the film crossed $200 million internationally. It will cross $400 million worldwide before the weekend. It opened in Japan over the weekend, earning fourth place with $3.01 million on 479 screens, including previews, while it debuted in first place in the United Arab Emirates with $1.1 million on 54 screens. Meanwhile, it added $3.67 million on 992 screens in Mexico for a total of $13.69 million after two weeks of release, which is more than How To Train Your Dragon has earned there in a month... and Mexico tends to reward family films. At this point, $300 million internationally is practically guaranteed, while it might reach $500 million worldwide, if Iron Man 2 doesn't steal away too many screens. More...

International Top Five: Titans Titanic but Alice is Wonderful

Clash of the Titans tread water, down just 2% to $52.67 million on 10,165 screens in 55 markets for a total of $191.64 million internationally and $324.24 million worldwide. The film had a surprisingly strong start in Mexico, earning $7.18 million on 980 screens, which is close to the amount Alice in Wonderland opened with last month. It also placed first in Italy with $4.26 million on 533 screens. With an opening in Japan this weekend and Brazil next month (as well as some smaller markets), hitting $300 million internationally shouldn't be an issue. It could reach $500 million worldwide. More...

Box Office Still Kicking Ass

New releases were not able to live up to expectations over the weekend, but at least the holdovers were able to compensate. In fact, there were five films that earned more than $15 million at the box office over the weekend. So while the top film might have missed expectations, there was a lot of strength further down the list. The overall box office was down 5.8% from last weekend to $120 million, but that is still 10.7% higher than the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, year-to-date 2010 has made $3.19 billion and it is still 9.4% higher than last year's pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Another Weekend That's Too Close to Call

Another impressive hold from How to Train Your Dragon combined with a lacklustre opening for Kick-Ass to produce a second consecutive weekend where Sunday's estimates are too close to declare a weekend winner. Paramount's estimate for Dragon is $20 million, while Lionsgate has Kick-Ass pegged at $19.75 million. Lionsgate's second place position now may simply be because they've posted a more precise estimate. Remarkably, there are three more movies within $5 million of top spot: Death at a Funeral opened with $17 million, which is just behind Date Night's second weekend $17.3 million (down just 31%), and Clash of the Titans did pretty well in its third weekend with an estimated $15.77 million. More...

Will Super Heroes Kick Ass or will Funeral have a Lively Start?

A pair of new releases come out this week and almost all analysts expect them to finish one-two. There is some debate over which will take the top spot, with Kick-Ass holding a nominal but hardly insurmountable lead over Death at a Funeral. The same can be said when comparing Kick-Ass to 17 Again, which won the box office race last year. There's a chance that neither new release will be able to start faster than last year's champ, but there's also a chance that both will. More...

International Top Five: Titan Towers Above Competition

Clash of the Titans nearly doubled its reach over the weekend as it remained in top spot with $53.87 million on 6629 screens in 32 markets for a still early total of $120.95 million internationally and $231.18 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Russia with $11.82 million on 920 screens. That's a lot given the size of the market, but Russia has a history of rewarding fantasy films. In France it also opened in first place, earning $6.41 million on 576 screens, while in Germany it showed similar strength with $5.93 million on 628 screens. As far as holdovers were concerned, it remained in first place in South Korea with $4.11 million on 642 screens over the weekend for a total of $14.17 million after two. It also remained on top in the U.K. with $3.77 million on 468 screens over the weekend for a total of $19.56 million after two. More...

Titans Clash on Top

New releases opened a little on the lower end of expectations, but holdover performed admirably for the most part. There was a close race for the top spot this weekend. Overall, the box office pulled in $127 million, a 28% drop-off from last weekend. However, last weekend was a holiday weekend and so that's not that surprising. Box office was also down 4.6% from last year, but last year this was Easter weekend, so the decline is acceptable. Year-to-date, 2010 maintains its 10% growth over 2009 at $3.03 billion to $2.76 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Date Night Leads, But Weekend Too Close to Call

A strong opening for Date Night, a respectable drop-off for Clash of the Titans and a resurgent How to Train Your Dragon has produced a virtual three-way tie at the top of the chart this weekend, based on studio's Sunday estimates. Things are so close, in fact, that each movie looks like it will claim top spot on one day of the weekend. More...

Can Date Night Topple Titan?

There could be quite a battle for top spot at the box office this weekend. It all depends on how fast Date Night can start, as well as how far Clash of the Titans will fall. There was a similar dynamic this time last year when the newcomer, Hannah Montana, was able to come away with a relatively comfortable win over the holdover, Fast & Furious. This time around, I think it will be a closer race, while overall the box office appears to be a little weaker. More...

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International Top Five: Clash Heard Around the World

Clash of the Titans started its international run in first place with $41.14 million on 3458 screens in 17 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $45.96 million. This includes first place openings in a number of major markets, led by the U.K. where it opened with $8.68 million on 446 screens. In Australia, the film debuted with $5.90 million on 351 screens. In Spain it managed $5.52 million on 544 screens over the weekend and $8.53 million, including midweek numbers. More...

Clash Sets Titanic Easter Record

Easter weekend resulted in records being broken as Clash of the Titans became the biggest Easter opener of all time. The strength of that film and others in the top five helped the box office pull in $177 million overall. That's 38% more than last weekend and 14% more than the same weekend last year. 2010 has now pulled in $2.83 billion, a 10% advantage when compared to 2009's pace. Double-digit growth is amazing and if it can keep this pace up, we could be in for an amazing ride this summer. More...

Titan Stands Tall on Per Theater Chart

Not only did Clash of the Titans top the overall box office chart, it also led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $16,213. Breaking Upwards was right behind with $15,467 in one theater. Why Did I Get Married Too? was the only other film in the $10,000 club with an average of $13,591. More...

Weekend Estimates: Titans Sets New Easter Record

Clash of the Titans continued the domination of 3-D movies at the box office this year with an impressive $61.4 million opening weekend, according to Warner Bros.' estimate released on Sunday. Among other things, that's by far the biggest opening weekend over Easter, topping the $40.2 million earned by Scary Movie 4 in 2006. 3-D movies have now topped the chart for ten out of the first fourteen weeks of 2010. More...

2010 Preview: April

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March was a mixed month, with only three films surpassing expectations. On the other hand, Alice in Wonderland will beat expectations by more than $200 million, so it alone makes up for a lot of the disappointing films. On a more troubling note, the final big release, How to Train Your Dragon didn't get off to as fast a start as I would have liked, which could affect the box office going forward. Last year April got off to a fast start and that should happen this month as well. It better, as the quality of films quickly declines as the prospect of May blockbusters begins to loom large on the horizon. More...

Titans Set to Tower Above the Rest

It's the start of a new month and many are predicting that we will get off to a record start. The big release of the week is Clash of the Titans and its only competition is Fast & Furious, which opened with nearly $71 million this time last year. Will this movie be able to meet or exceed that figure? We shall soon find out. More...

Contest: Feel the Burn

April starts next weekend with the launch of Clash of the Titans, among other films. It's the widest release of the week as well as the most likely number one film... and it's our target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Clash of the Titans. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of 7th Heaven: Season Ten on DVD, as well as Fame Dance Workout on DVD. Additionally, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Walker, Texas Ranger: Season Seven on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Cast

Sam Worthington    Perseus
Liam Neeson    Zeus
Ralph Fiennes    Hades
Jason Flemyng    Calibos/Acrisius
Gemma Arterton    Io
Alexa Davalos    Andromeda
Tine Stapelfeldt    Danae
Mads Mikkelsen    Draco
Luke Evans    Apollo
Izabella Miko    Athena
Liam Cunningham    Solon
Hans Matheson    Ixas
Ashraf Barhom    Ozal
Mouloud Achour    Kucuk
Ian Whyte    Sheikh Sulieman
Nicholas Hoult    Eusebios
Vincent Regan    Kepheus
Polly Walker    Cassiopeia
Katherine Loeppky    Aged Cassiopeia
Luke Treadaway    Prokopion
Pete Postlethwaite    Spyros
Elizabeth McGovern    Marmara
Sinead Michael    Tekia
Ross Mullan    Pemphredo
Robin Berry    Enyo
Graham Hughes    Denio
Martin McCann    Phaedrus
Rory McCann    Belo
Kaya Scodelario    Peshet
Alexander Siddig    Hermes
Tamer Hassan    Ares
Danny Huston    Poseidon
William Houston    Ammon
Jamie Sives    Captain
Phil McKee    Harbourmaster
Geoffrey Beevers    Noble
Michael Grady-Hall    Citizen 1
Laura Kachergus    Citizen 2
Adrian Bouchet    Soldier
David Kennedy    Kepheus' General
Nina Young    Hera
Jane March    Hestia
Nathalie Cox    Artemis
Charlotte Comer    Demeter

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Louis Leterrier
Screenwriter    Travis Beacham
Screenwriter    Phil Hay
Screenwriter    Matt Manfedi
Story Creator    Desmond Davis
Story Creator    Beverley Cross
Producer    Basil Iwanyk
Producer    Kevin De La Noy
Executive Producer    Richard D. Zanuck
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Jon Jashni
Executive Producer    William Fay
Cinematographer    Peter Menzies
Editor    Martin Walsh
Editor    Vincent Tabaillon
Composer    Ramin Djawadi
Production Designer    Martin Lang
Supervising Art Director    Troy Sizemore
Supervising Art Director    Gary Freeman
Costume Designer    Lindy Hemming
Sound Mixer    Ivan Sharrock
Supervising Sound Editor    James Mather
Visual Effects Supervisor    Nick Davis
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    Conor O'Sullivan
Special Effects Supervisor    Neil Corbould
Stunt Coordinator    Paul Jennings
Associate Producer    Karl McMillian
Associate Producer    Brenda Berrisford
Assistant Director    Terry Needham
Second Unit Director    Martin Kenzie
Second Unit Camera    Martin Kenzie
Casting Director    Lucinda Syson
Casting Director    Elaine Grainger

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/04/01 3 $2,655,005   3,777 $703   $2,655,005 0
2010/04/02 1 $26,061,023 +882% 3,777 $6,900   $28,716,028 1
2010/04/03 1 $21,361,412 -18% 3,777 $5,656   $50,077,440 2
2010/04/04 1 $13,812,670 -35% 3,777 $3,657   $63,890,110 3
2010/04/05 1 $6,393,396 -54% 3,777 $1,693   $70,283,506 4
2010/04/06 1 $5,019,401 -21% 3,777 $1,329   $75,302,907 5
2010/04/07 1 $4,224,231 -16% 3,777 $1,118   $79,527,138 6
2010/04/08 1 $4,066,177 -4% 3,777 $1,077   $83,593,315 7
2010/04/09 2 $8,335,540 +105% 3,802 $2,192   $91,928,855 8
2010/04/10 1 $11,041,748 +32% 3,802 $2,904   $102,970,603 9
2010/04/11 1 $7,255,921 -34% 3,802 $1,908   $110,226,524 10
2010/04/12 1 $1,892,202 -74% 3,802 $498   $112,118,726 11
2010/04/13 1 $1,894,413 n/c 3,802 $498   $114,013,139 12
2010/04/14 1 $1,589,103 -16% 3,802 $418   $115,602,242 13
2010/04/15 1 $1,612,487 +1% 3,802 $424   $117,214,729 14
2010/04/16 5 $4,242,889 +163% 3,753 $1,131   $121,457,618 15
2010/04/17 4 $6,860,045 +62% 3,753 $1,828   $128,317,663 16
2010/04/18 3 $4,282,557 -38% 3,753 $1,141   $132,600,220 17
2010/04/19 4 $1,068,329 -75% 3,753 $285   $133,668,549 18
2010/04/20 5 $1,088,372 +2% 3,753 $290   $134,756,921 19
2010/04/21 5 $967,449 -11% 3,753 $258   $135,724,370 20
2010/04/22 6 $915,007 -5% 3,753 $244   $136,639,377 21
2010/04/23 7 $2,355,097 +157% 3,271 $720   $138,994,474 22
2010/04/24 4 $3,984,994 +69% 3,271 $1,218   $142,979,468 23
2010/04/25 4 $2,584,089 -35% 3,271 $790   $145,563,557 24
2010/04/26 6 $644,398 -75% 3,271 $197   $146,207,955 25
2010/04/27 6 $672,293 +4% 3,271 $206   $146,880,248 26
2010/04/28 6 $581,159 -14% 3,271 $178   $147,461,407 27
2010/04/29 7 $594,298 +2% 3,271 $182   $148,055,705 28
2010/04/30 7 $1,666,629 +180% 2,737 $609   $149,722,334 29
2010/05/01 6 $2,586,330 +55% 2,737 $945   $152,308,664 30
2010/05/02 6 $1,602,409 -38% 2,737 $585   $153,911,073 31
2010/05/03 6 $437,138 -73% 2,737 $160   $154,348,211 32
2010/05/04 7 $418,242 -4% 2,737 $153   $154,766,453 33
2010/05/05 5 $379,267 -9% 2,737 $139   $155,145,720 34
2010/05/06 5 $357,306 -6% 2,737 $131   $155,503,026 35
2010/05/07 7 $687,699 +92% 2,157 $319   $156,190,725 36
2010/05/08 7 $1,020,896 +48% 2,157 $473   $157,211,621 37
2010/05/09 9 $794,656 -22% 2,157 $368   $158,006,277 38
2010/05/10 6 $213,498 -73% 2,157 $99   $158,219,775 39
2010/05/11 6 $233,261 +9% 2,157 $108   $158,453,036 40
2010/05/12 6 $222,066 -5% 2,157 $103   $158,675,102 41
2010/05/13 6 $221,249 n/c 2,157 $103   $158,896,351 42
2010/05/14 10 $346,186 +56% 1,300 $266   $159,242,537 43
2010/05/15 10 $560,511 +62% 1,300 $431   $159,803,048 44
2010/05/16 10 $324,699 -42% 1,300 $250   $160,127,747 45
2010/05/17 11 $113,302 -65% 1,300 $87   $160,241,049 46
2010/05/18 12 $120,100 +6% 1,300 $92   $160,361,149 47
2010/05/19 12 $117,035 -3% 1,300 $90   $160,478,184 48
2010/05/20 11 $121,398 +4% 1,300 $93   $160,599,582 49
2010/05/21 - $100,018 -18% 412 $243   $160,699,600 50
2010/05/22 - $160,325 +60% 412 $389   $160,859,925 51
2010/05/23 - $105,388 -34% 412 $256   $160,965,313 52
2010/05/24 - $39,517 -63% 412 $96   $161,004,830 53
2010/05/25 - $34,380 -13% 412 $83   $161,039,210 54
2010/05/26 - $34,021 -1% 412 $83   $161,073,231 55
2010/05/27 - $27,564 -19% 412 $67   $161,100,795 56
2010/05/28 - $61,060 +122% 225 $271   $161,161,855 57
2010/05/29 - $78,044 +28% 225 $347   $161,239,899 58
2010/05/30 - $82,180 +5% 225 $365   $161,322,079 59
2010/05/31 25 $57,424 -30% 225 $255   $161,379,503 60
2010/06/01 - $22,215 -61% 225 $99   $161,401,718 61
2010/06/02 - $19,551 -12% 225 $87   $161,421,269 62
2010/06/03 - $18,821 -4% 225 $84   $161,440,090 63
2010/06/04 - $35,928 +91% 134 $268   $161,476,018 64
2010/06/05 - $54,093 +51% 134 $404   $161,530,111 65
2010/06/06 - $32,186 -40% 134 $240   $161,562,297 66
2010/06/07 - $15,450 -52% 134 $115   $161,577,747 67
2010/06/08 - $18,930 +23% 134 $141   $161,596,677 68
2010/06/09 - $15,523 -18% 134 $116   $161,612,200 69
2010/06/10 - $16,920 +9% 134 $126   $161,629,120 70
2010/06/11 - $98,388 +481% 333 $295   $161,727,508 71
2010/06/12 - $133,364 +36% 333 $400   $161,860,872 72
2010/06/13 - $97,431 -27% 333 $293   $161,958,303 73
2010/06/14 - $44,490 -54% 333 $134   $162,002,793 74
2010/06/15 - $47,104 +6% 333 $141   $162,049,897 75
2010/06/16 - $45,191 -4% 333 $136   $162,095,088 76
2010/06/17 - $41,176 -9% 333 $124   $162,136,264 77
2010/06/18 - $70,317 +71% 267 $263   $162,206,581 78
2010/06/19 - $91,494 +30% 267 $343   $162,298,075 79
2010/06/20 - $86,603 -5% 267 $324   $162,384,678 80
2010/06/21 - $36,374 -58% 267 $136   $162,421,052 81
2010/06/22 - $39,011 +7% 267 $146   $162,460,063 82
2010/06/23 - $35,671 -9% 267 $134   $162,495,734 83
2010/06/24 - $37,491 +5% 267 $140   $162,533,225 84
2010/06/25 - $48,120 +28% 226 $213   $162,581,345 85
2010/06/26 - $64,034 +33% 226 $283   $162,645,379 86
2010/06/27 - $52,229 -18% 226 $231   $162,697,608 87
2010/06/28 - $25,637 -51% 226 $113   $162,723,245 88
2010/06/29 - $26,406 +3% 226 $117   $162,749,651 89
2010/06/30 - $24,029 -9% 216 $111   $162,773,680 90
2010/07/01 - $27,393 +14% 216 $127   $162,801,073 91
2010/07/02 - $42,660 +56% 175 $244   $162,843,733 92
2010/07/03 - $42,516 n/c 175 $243   $162,886,249 93
2010/07/04 - $29,940 -30% 175 $171   $162,916,189 94
2010/07/05 32 $39,275 +31% 175 $224   $162,955,464 95
2010/07/06 - $21,994 -44% 175 $126   $162,977,458 96
2010/07/07 - $19,015 -14% 175 $109   $162,996,473 97
2010/07/08 - $21,867 +15% 175 $125   $163,018,340 98
2010/07/09 - $26,005 +19% 130 $200   $163,044,345 99
2010/07/10 - $33,322 +28% 130 $256   $163,077,667 100
2010/07/11 - $24,933 -25% 130 $192   $163,102,600 101
2010/07/12 - $13,623 -45% 130 $105   $163,116,223 102
2010/07/13 - $15,021 +10% 130 $116   $163,131,244 103
2010/07/14 - $12,748 -15% 130 $98   $163,143,992 104
2010/07/15 - $13,130 +3% 130 $101   $163,157,122 105
2010/07/16 - $9,976 -24% 67 $149   $163,167,098 106
2010/07/17 - $14,374 +44% 67 $215   $163,181,472 107
2010/07/18 - $10,642 -26% 67 $159   $163,192,114 108
2010/07/19 - $5,002 -53% 67 $75   $163,197,116 109
2010/07/20 - $5,802 +16% 67 $87   $163,202,918 110
2010/07/21 - $5,710 -2% 67 $85   $163,208,628 111
2010/07/22 - $6,260 +10% 67 $93   $163,214,888 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/04/02 1 $61,235,105   3,777 $16,213   $63,890,110 3
2010/04/09 1 $26,633,209 -57% 3,802 $7,005   $110,226,524 10
2010/04/16 5 $15,385,491 -42% 3,753 $4,100   $132,600,220 17
2010/04/23 6 $8,924,180 -42% 3,271 $2,728   $145,563,557 24
2010/04/30 7 $5,855,368 -34% 2,737 $2,139   $153,911,073 31
2010/05/07 7 $2,503,251 -57% 2,157 $1,161   $158,006,277 38
2010/05/14 10 $1,231,396 -51% 1,300 $947   $160,127,747 45
2010/05/21 19 $365,731 -70% 412 $888   $160,965,313 52
2010/05/28 23 $221,284 -39% 225 $983   $161,322,079 59
2010/06/04 30 $122,207 -45% 134 $912   $161,562,297 66
2010/06/11 18 $329,183 +169% 333 $989   $161,958,303 73
2010/06/18 23 $248,414 -25% 267 $930   $162,384,678 80
2010/06/25 28 $164,383 -34% 226 $727   $162,697,608 87
2010/07/02 32 $115,116 -30% 175 $658   $162,916,189 94
2010/07/09 36 $84,260 -27% 130 $648   $163,102,600 101
2010/07/16 45 $34,992 -58% 67 $522   $163,192,114 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/1/20101809,300 809,300$13,750,007$13,750,0071
8/8/20103311,767-61% 1,121,067$5,296,921$19,046,9282
8/15/20105192,178-38% 1,313,245$3,113,284$22,160,2123
8/22/20107111,697-42% 1,424,942$1,897,732$24,057,9444
8/29/20101159,077-47% 1,484,019$1,066,931$25,124,8755
9/5/20101343,052-27% 1,527,071$851,569$25,976,4436
9/12/20102823,511-45% 1,550,582$474,922$26,451,3657

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/1/20101396,247 396,247$9,989,387$9,989,3871
8/8/20102105,310-73% 501,557$2,631,696$12,621,0832
8/15/2010345,786-57% 547,343$1,176,691$13,797,7743
8/22/2010333,366-27% 580,709$835,146$14,632,9204
8/29/2010615,357-54% 596,066$399,137$15,032,0575
9/5/2010614,167-8% 610,233$368,208$15,400,2656
9/12/2010158,556-40% 618,790$222,383$15,622,6487
11/21/2010169,494 649,945$227,092$16,387,30517
11/28/201013121,269+1,177% 771,214$1,688,064$18,075,36918
4/1/20122011,713 835,669$160,461$18,958,33188
7/1/20121910,623 875,958$148,196$19,520,376101
7/8/20121812,395+17% 888,353$172,416$19,692,792102
7/15/20121612,888+4% 901,241$179,274$19,872,066103
7/22/20121913,352+4% 914,593$184,795$20,056,861104

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