Cloud Atlas

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $27,108,272Details
International Box Office $98,910,292
Worldwide Box Office $126,018,564
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $7,649,377 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $6,327,611 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $13,976,988
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Synopsis

Drama, mystery, action and enduring love thread through a single story that unfolds in multiple timelines over the span of 500 years. Characters meet and reunite from one life to the next. Born and reborn. As the consequences of their actions and choices impact one another through the past, the present and the distant future, one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero, and a single act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution. Everything is connected.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
66% - Fresh
Audience
66% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$102,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 26th, 2012 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
October 26th, 2012 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: May 14th, 2013 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for violence, language, sexuality/nudity and some drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2226, 6/6/2012)
Keywords: IMAX: DMR, Genderbending Casting, Cross-Dressing, Segments, Post Apocalypse, Ensemble, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Dystopia, Cloning, Investigative Journalist, Conspiracy Theory, LGBT, Invented Language, Whitewashed Casting
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Multiple Creative Types
Production Companies: Cloud Atlas X-Filme Creative Pool Anarchos, A Company, Warner Bros., ARD/Degeto

Home Market Numbers: Massive Update: May 19th, 2013

It was a bad week for new releases. Granted, one of them earned top spot and there were three in the top five of the DVD sales chart, but it was a matter of terrible competition. Cloud Atlas led the way with 195,000 units / $2.92 million on DVD and 141,000 units / $3.30 million on Blu-ray. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 42%, which is better than most films. However, at this point having a good Blu-ray share is way too little, far too late. The film cost over $100 million to make, and total sales of 336,000 units / $5.04 million on DVD and 214,000 units / $5.12 million after three weeks of release is not nearly enough. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 14th, 2013

There are not a lot of new releases on the home market this week, and there are very few that are prime releases. The best-selling release is Dexter: Season Seven on Blu-ray, which is worth picking up, but the lack of extras prevents it from being the Pick of the Week. For that I'm going with a lesser known title, The Unbelievable Truth, which is coming out on DVD and Blu-ray this week. More...

International Box Office: Django Completes Hat Trick

For the third weekend in a row, Django Unchained earned first place on the international chart. This weekend it earned $19.55 million on 5,090 screens in 65 markets for totals of $187.71 million internationally and $342.23 million worldwide. It has now made more than Inglourious Basterds made worldwide, and it is a week away from becoming Quentin Tarantino's undisputed biggest hit of his career. Plus, it has yet to open in Japan and a few other markets, so it might have more milestones ahead. More...

International Box Office: Django Remains Top Draw

Django Unchained won the international race with $30.28 million on 5,990 screens in 65 markets for a running total of $158.36 million. Worldwide, its total has reached $309.31 million. It is just a week away from overtaking Inglourious Basterds as Quentin Tarantino's biggest hit of his career. The film had no major market openings, which makes its hold more impressive. Its best market was Germany, where it made $6.61 million on 708 screens over the weekend for a total of $30.78 million after three. More...

Awards Season: Lincoln Shows a United Front at the Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations and the same list of films that have been mentioned since the beginning of Awards Season were rewarded today. Lincoln led the way with seven nods, while Argo and Django Unchained were close behind with five. More...

International Box Office: More Milestones for Twilight

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 held firm in first place with $104.21 million on 12,818 screens in 73 markets for a two-week total of $365.46 million intentionally and $592.83 million worldwide. By this time next week, it should be the biggest hit in the franchise. This past weekend, the film opened in Germany earning first place with $12.82 million on 765 screens for a total opening of $16.67 million. Its best holdover was in the U.K. where it made $8.56 million on 559 screens over the weekend for a total of $43.22 million. This is a strong result, but it was down 66%, which is troubling. It was better in Russia down 62% to $8.30 million on 1,380 screens for a total of $36.28 million after two. A 62% decline is actually average for the market, more or less. The film has very few markets left to open in, but it is already profitable, so the studio should be very happy. More...

International Box Office: Twilight is Breaking the Bank

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 opened internationally and dominated the chart with $199.45 million on 13,400 screens in 61 markets during its first weekend of release. It opened in a number of major markets, scoring first place in all of them. In the U.K., the film made $25.20 million on 558 screens, while it also topped $20 million in Russia with $21.97 million on 1,366. In France, the film pulled in $16.56 million on 823 screens, while in Brazil it earned $12.24 million on 1,213 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $17.87 million. In Spain it made $11.76 million on 1,052 screens over the weekend and $12.11 million including previews. It earned $10.58 million on 856 screens over the weekend in Italy for a total opening on $13.34 million. Mexico was close behind with $9.94 million on 2,642 screens over the weekend and $12.29 million in total. It didn't hit the $10 million market in South Korea; in fact, it barely earned first place there with $5.91 million on 665 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.17 million. A local hit, A Werewolf Boy was right behind, but more on that below. More...

International Box Office: Skyfall is Bond's Biggest Hit

For the third weekend in a row, Skyfall remained in first place on the international chart with $89.08 million on 11,909 screens in 80 markets for a total of $429.63 million. This is the biggest international total for the franchise and it is very close to topping the worldwide total of all of the pre-Daniel Craig Bond films. Worldwide, the film has $520.19 million and is on pace to add at least $200 million more, likely $300 million to its worldwide total before it is done. There were no major market openings this weekend, but the film did become the biggest non-3D release in the U.K. with $114.50 million, including $16.61 million on 589 screens this past weekend. It is fifth on the all-time chart in that market, but it likely overtook Toy Story 3 ($116 million) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 ($117 million) already. Up next is Titanic at $127 million and Avatar at $149 million. I wouldn't be willing to bet money it would become the all time leader, but I also wouldn't bet money against it. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Wreck-It Helps Fix the Box Office

Wreck-It-Ralph's opening was on the very high end of expectations, which was a pleasant surprise over the weekend. Also, Flight beat all but the most bullish predictions. Even The Man with the Iron Fists did a little better than expected. Overall, the box office soared 49% from last weekend to $138 million. It was also higher compared to this weekend last year by a very impressive 21%. November certainly got off to a great start. Year-to-date, 2012 is ahead of 2011's pace by just under 4.0% at $8.89 billion to $8.55 billion. After a couple weak months, the box office has shown great strength and it would take a disastrous collapse for 2012 to not come out ahead. More...

Weekend Predictions: Ralph Set to Wreck the Box Office Competition

There's only one truly wide release this week, Wreck-It-Ralph, but it is opening in more than 3,700 theaters and with reviews that match its pre-release buzz. There are also two films opening in a little under 2,000 theaters, Flight and The Man with the Iron Fists, but both are earning good reviews and could have some impact at the box office by earning places in the top five. Last year the box office was led by Puss in Boots with $33.05 million during its sophomore stint. I think Wreck-It-Ralph will easily top that. The new releases were Tower Heist and A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, which combined pulled in $36.98 million. I really doubt Flight and Iron Fists will do the same. So unless Wreck-It-Ralph has close to a $50 million opening, November will start off on a losing note in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Forecast is Cloudy: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Forecast is Cloudy contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Mostly Tricks and Few Treats

It was a really bad weekend for new releases with none of the new films meeting expectations and two of them opening below the Mendoza Line. Argo climbed to top spot over the weekend. It used to be quite common for films to climb to the top of the chart, but the market has changed and opening weekends have become so important, so this feat is now very rare. Cloud Atlas was the best of the new releases, but "Best" here is a dubious title, as it barely grabbed second place. Silent Hill: Revolution 3D barely grabbed fifth place, while the less said about Fun Size and Chasing Mavericks the better. The overall box office collapsed by 28% compared to last week hitting just $93 million. It also fell compared to last year, the box office was down 11%, which is disappointing after a series of wins. However, last year Puss in Boots debuted and it was more of a November release opening a week early. Year-to-date, 2012 is still ahead of 2011 with the margin at $8.71 billion to $8.40 billion, or 3.8%. The goal going forward is to maintain this lead, while any growth would be more than welcome. More...

Weekend Predictions: Outlook Looks Cloudy

There are four new films coming out in wide release this week and depending on who you ask, there are four films that have a shot at earning first place. Last Friday, I assumed Cloud Atlas would win, but its reviews have taken a major hit and it will likely finish below the overall positive level. This leaves an opening for Silent Hill: Revolution 3D, which is opening in the most theaters, but it has no reviews and direct competition. Argo has been leading the way on the daily chart and there's a chance it will climb into first place this weekend. There is also a chance that Paranormal Activity will retain first place, although it will have to avoid the predicted collapse. So which film will come out on top? I'm not sure. On the other hand, I'm fairly sure the other two wide releases will fail to find a substantial audience. Fun Size is opening in 2,800 theaters, but very few think it will do well. Even making the top five is likely out of the question. Meanwhile, Chasing Mavericks is opening in just over 2,000 theaters and it is another film that will likely miss the top five, maybe even the top ten. Compared to last year, 2012 is in trouble. Puss in Boots opened with just over $34 million and there's a small chance all four wide releases won't make that much combined this weekend. There's almost no chance 2012 will come out ahead, unless at least two of the new releases are much bigger than expected. More...

Contest: Forecast is Cloudy

Next week there are four films opening wide, but not really. Cloud Atlas is opening in less than 2000 theaters, while Chasing Mavericks is also in the same range. Fun Size's theater count estimate is 2800 theaters, but it is a live action kids movie with a female lead and these rarely do well. Silent Hill: Revolution could open in more than 3000 theaters, but its buzz is pretty weak. While Cloud Atlas could open in the fewest theaters, it still has the loudest buzz and reviews are amazing. I think it will be the biggest hit of the week and as such, it is the 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 Cloud Atlas. 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 Degrassi: Season 11, Part 2 on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Degrassi: Season 11, Part 2 on DVD. And finally, one additional entrant will be chosen and they will win the final copy of a Degrassi: Season 11, Part 2 on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2012 Preview: October

2012 continues its downward path. After a record-breaking spring, thanks to The Hunger Games, and a record-breaking start to the summer, thanks to The Avengers, the box office hasn't been able to maintain any real momentum. For most of the month, September was no better than August and now the year-over-year gains are just a little more than inflation. October will need to improve or 2012 will be in real trouble. Unfortunately, that might be tough. There's not a single film coming out in October that looks like it will be a guaranteed $100 million hit and there are only two films with a realistic chance, Taken 2 and Paranormal Activity 4. (There's also Cloud Atlas, which is a wild card. That movie could bomb or be the biggest hit of the month and I wouldn't be surprised either way.) There is a chance all three will get to the century mark, but there's a better chance none of them will. Last October, two films cracked $100 million: Paranormal Activity 3 and Puss in Boots, with the latter nearly reaching $150 million. I don't see any film coming close to matching that figure. On the other hand, last year there were six films that one could accurately describe as bombs. So while 2012 is weaker at the top, it could have better depth than 2011 did. Let's hope so, because we can't afford more bad news. More...

Cast

Tom Hanks    Dr. Henry Goose/Hotel Manager/Isaac Sachs/Dermot Hoggins/Cavendish Look-A-Like Actor/Zachry
Halle Berry    Native Woman/Jocasta Ayrs/Luisa Rey/Indian Party Guest/Ovid/Meronym
Jim Broadbent    Captian Molyneux/Vyvyan Ayrs/Timothy Cavendish/Korean Musician/Prescient 2
Hugo Weaving    Haskell Moore/Tadeusz Kesselring/Bill Smoke/Nurse Noakes/Boardman Mephi/Old George
Jim Sturgess    Adam Ewing/Poor Hotel Guest/Megan's Dad/Highlander/Hae-Joo Chang/Adam/Zachry Brother-In-Law
Doona Bae    Tilda/Megan's Mom/Mexican Woman/Sommi-451/Sommi-351/Sommi Prostitute
Ben Whishaw    Cabin Boy/Robert Frobisher/Store Clerk/Georgette/Tribesman
Keith David    Kupaka/Joe Napier/An-Kor Apis/Prescient
James D'Arcy    Young Rufus Sixsmith/Old Rufus Sixsmith/Nurse James/Archivist
Zhou Xun    Talbot/Hotel Manager/Yoona-939/Rose
David Gyasi    Autua/Lester Rey/Duophysite
Susan Sarandon    Madame Horrox/Older Ursula/Yusouf Suleiman/Abbess
Hugh Grant    Rev. Giles Horrox/Hotel Heavy/Lloyd Hooks/Denholme Cavendish/Seer Rhee/Kona Chief
Robert Fyfe    Old Salty Dog/Mr. Meeks/Prescient 1
Martin Wuttke    Mr. Boerhaave/Guard/Leary the Healer
Robin Morrissey    Young Cavendish
Brody Lee    Javier Gomez/Jonas/Zachry's Older Nephew
Ian Van Temperley    Enforcer
Amanda Walker    Veronica
Ralph Riach    Ernie
Andrew Havill    Mr. Hotchkiss
Tanja De Wendt    Mrs. Hotchkiss
Raeven Lee Hanan    Little Girl With Orison at Papa Song's/Catkin/Zachry Relative 1
Gotz Otto    Groundsman Withers
Niall Greig Fulton    Haskell Moore's Dinner Guest 2/Mozza Hoggins
Louis Dempsey    Haskell Moore's Dinner Guest 3/Jarvis Hoggins
Martin Docherty    Haskell Moore's Dinner Guest 4/Eddie Hoggins
Alistair Petrie    Haskell Moore's Dinner Guest 1/Musician/Felix Finch/Lascivious Businessman
Zhu Zhu    Megan Sixsmith
Sylvestra Le Touzel    Haskell Moore's Dinner Guest 5/Nurse Judd/Aide in Slaughtership
JoJo Schoning    Papa Song Punk
Laura Vietzen    Young Ursula
Thomas Kugel    Ursula's Father
Marie Ronnenbeck    Ursula's Doughter
Ruby Kastner    Young Girl
Emma Werz    Ursula's Ganddaughter
Mya-Leica Naylor    Miro
Korbyn Hanan    Adam Grandson
Katy Karrenbauer    Axwoman
Dulcie Smart    Ursula's Mother/Herbalist
Anna Holmes    Scientist/Executive
Shaun Lawton    Secretary
Maritz Berg    Porter
Gigi Lee    Zachry Relative
Genevien Lee    Zachry Relative
Cody Lee    Zachry Relative
Heike Hanold-Lynch    Nurse Judd Look-A-Like
Victor Esteban Sole    Mr. Roderick
Kristoffer Fuss    Lead Enforcer
Marco Albrecht    Scan Enforcer
Gary McCormack    Crane Operator
David Mitchell    Union Spy

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Lana Wachowski
Screenwriter    Lana Wachowski
Screenwriter    Tom Tykwer
Director    Tom Tykwer
Screenwriter    Andy Wachowski
Director    Andy Wachowski
Based Upon The Novel By    David Mitchell
Producer    Grant Hill
Producer    Stefan Arndt
Producer    Lana Wachowski
Producer    Tom Tykwer
Producer    Andy Wachowski
Executive Producer    Philip Lee
Executive Producer    Uwe Schott
Executive Producer    Wilson Qiu
Director of Photography    John Toll
Director of Photography    Frank Griebe
Production Designer    Uli Hanisch
Production Designer    Hugh Bateup
Costume Designer    Kym Barrett
Costume Designer    Pierre-Yves Gayraud
Make-up and Hair Designer    Jeremy Woodhead
Make-up and Hair Designer    Daniel Parker
Music By    Tom Tykwer
Music By    Johnny Klimek
Music By    Reinhold Heil
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Dan Glass
Visual Effects Supervisor    Stephane Ceretti
Editor    Alexander Berner
Casting    Lora Kennedy
Casting    Lucinda Syson
Casting    Simone Bar
Co-Producer    Roberto Malerba
Co-Producer    Marcus Loges
Co-Producer    Peter Lam
Co-Producer    Alexander Van Dulmen
Co-Producer    Tony Teo
Associate Producer    Gigi Oeri
Associate Producer    Lora Kennedy
Unit Production Manager    Roberto Malerba
Unit Production Manager    Grant Hill
Unit Production Manager    Marcus Loges
First Assistant Director    Terry Needham
First Assistant Director    Sebastian Fahr-Brix
Second Assistant Director    Emma Horton
Second Assistant Director    Kim Whittaker
Second Assistant Director    Tanja Daberitz
Visual Effects Producer    Marc Kolbe
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Kruse
Re-recording Mixer    Matthias Lempert
Re-recording Mixer    Lars Ginzel
Stunt Coordinator    Volkhart Buff

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/10/26 3 $3,402,211   2,008 $1,694   $3,402,211 1
2012/10/27 3 $3,708,769 +9% 2,008 $1,847   $7,110,980 2
2012/10/28 3 $2,501,267 -33% 2,008 $1,246   $9,612,247 3
2012/10/29 2 $715,491 -71% 2,008 $356   $10,327,738 4
2012/10/30 2 $1,028,189 +44% 2,008 $512   $11,355,927 5
2012/10/31 6 $812,115 -21% 2,008 $404   $12,168,042 6
2012/11/01 2 $844,387 +4% 2,008 $421   $13,012,429 7
2012/11/02 6 $1,510,932 +79% 2,013 $751   $14,523,361 8
2012/11/03 6 $2,399,932 +59% 2,013 $1,192   $16,923,293 9
2012/11/04 5 $1,468,450 -39% 2,013 $729   $18,391,743 10
2012/11/05 5 $454,914 -69% 2,013 $226   $18,846,657 11
2012/11/06 5 $518,576 +14% 2,013 $258   $19,365,233 12
2012/11/07 5 $419,169 -19% 2,013 $208   $19,784,402 13
2012/11/08 6 $402,304 -4% 2,013 $200   $20,186,706 14
2012/11/09 8 $712,824 +77% 2,023 $352   $20,899,530 15
2012/11/10 7 $1,135,496 +59% 2,023 $561   $22,035,026 16
2012/11/11 6 $809,930 -29% 2,023 $400   $22,844,956 17
2012/11/12 7 $406,458 -50% 2,023 $201   $23,251,414 18
2012/11/13 6 $293,081 -28% 2,023 $145   $23,544,495 19
2012/11/14 6 $238,162 -19% 2,023 $118   $23,782,657 20
2012/11/15 6 $211,246 -11% 2,023 $104   $23,993,903 21
2012/11/16 11 $236,138 +12% 920 $257   $24,230,041 22
2012/11/17 12 $398,967 +69% 920 $434   $24,629,008 23
2012/11/18 11 $294,124 -26% 920 $320   $24,923,132 24
2012/11/19 10 $124,001 -58% 920 $135   $25,047,133 25
2012/11/20 10 $166,921 +35% 920 $181   $25,214,054 26
2012/11/21 - $73,160 -56% 258 $284   $25,287,214 27
2012/11/22 - $79,548 +9% 258 $308   $25,366,762 28
2012/11/23 - $149,970 +89% 258 $581   $25,516,732 29
2012/11/24 - $164,463 +10% 258 $637   $25,681,195 30
2012/11/25 - $107,662 -35% 258 $417   $25,788,857 31
2012/11/26 - $36,214 -66% 258 $140   $25,825,071 32
2012/11/27 - $41,373 +14% 258 $160   $25,866,444 33
2012/11/28 - $34,455 -17% 258 $134   $25,900,899 34
2012/11/29 - $37,218 +8% 258 $144   $25,938,117 35
2012/11/30 - $67,383 +81% 194 $347   $26,005,500 36
2012/12/01 - $102,072 +51% 194 $526   $26,107,572 37
2012/12/02 - $73,883 -28% 194 $381   $26,181,455 38
2012/12/03 - $21,882 -70% 194 $113   $26,203,337 39
2012/12/04 - $27,733 +27% 194 $143   $26,231,070 40
2012/12/05 - $24,860 -10% 194 $128   $26,255,930 41
2012/12/06 - $22,226 -11% 194 $115   $26,278,156 42
2012/12/07 - $47,725 +115% 191 $250   $26,325,881 43
2012/12/08 - $68,248 +43% 191 $357   $26,394,129 44
2012/12/09 - $58,842 -14% 191 $308   $26,452,971 45
2012/12/10 - $21,591 -63% 191 $113   $26,474,562 46
2012/12/11 - $26,105 +21% 191 $137   $26,500,667 47
2012/12/12 - $18,706 -28% 191 $98   $26,519,373 48
2012/12/13 - $20,555 +10% 191 $108   $26,539,928 49
2012/12/14 - $21,836 +6% 98 $223   $26,561,764 50
2012/12/15 - $34,109 +56% 98 $348   $26,595,873 51
2012/12/16 - $27,350 -20% 98 $279   $26,623,223 52
2012/12/17 - $13,949 -49% 98 $142   $26,637,172 53
2012/12/18 - $17,096 +23% 98 $174   $26,654,268 54
2012/12/19 - $13,258 -22% 98 $135   $26,667,526 55
2012/12/20 - $14,546 +10% 98 $148   $26,682,072 56
2012/12/21 - $9,821 -32% 50 $196   $26,691,893 57
2012/12/22 - $15,486 +58% 50 $310   $26,707,379 58
2012/12/23 - $14,522 -6% 50 $290   $26,721,901 59
2012/12/24 - $9,341 -36% 50 $187   $26,731,242 60
2012/12/25 - $6,793 -27% 45 $151   $26,738,035 61
2012/12/26 - $8,798 +30% 45 $196   $26,746,833 62
2012/12/27 - $8,153 -7% 45 $181   $26,754,986 63
2012/12/28 - $6,639 -19% 45 $148   $26,761,625 64
2012/12/29 - $10,676 +61% 45 $237   $26,772,301 65
2012/12/30 - $9,505 -11% 45 $211   $26,781,806 66
2012/12/31 - $3,867 -59% 45 $86   $26,785,673 67
2013/01/01 - $7,361 +90% 45 $164   $26,793,034 68
2013/01/02 - $4,243 -42% 45 $94   $26,797,277 69
2013/01/03 - $3,412 -20% 45 $76   $26,800,689 70
2013/01/04 - $30,509 +794% 155 $197   $26,831,198 71
2013/01/05 - $43,049 +41% 155 $278   $26,874,247 72
2013/01/06 - $28,995 -33% 155 $187   $26,903,242 73
2013/01/07 - $11,688 -60% 155 $75   $26,914,930 74
2013/01/08 - $14,176 +21% 155 $91   $26,929,106 75
2013/01/09 - $11,675 -18% 155 $75   $26,940,781 76
2013/01/10 - $13,264 +14% 155 $86   $26,954,045 77
2013/01/11 - $21,617 +63% 162 $133   $26,975,662 78
2013/01/12 - $30,793 +42% 162 $190   $27,006,455 79
2013/01/13 - $21,006 -32% 162 $130   $27,027,461 80
2013/01/14 - $8,837 -58% 162 $55   $27,036,298 81
2013/01/15 - $9,739 +10% 162 $60   $27,046,037 82
2013/01/16 - $8,568 -12% 162 $53   $27,054,605 83
2013/01/17 - $9,253 +8% 162 $57   $27,063,858 84
2013/01/18 - $7,690 -17% 58 $133   $27,071,548 85
2013/01/19 - $12,839 +67% 58 $221   $27,084,387 86
2013/01/20 - $9,309 -27% 58 $161   $27,093,696 87
2013/01/21 - $4,884 -48% 58 $84   $27,098,580 88
2013/01/22 - $2,931 -40% 58 $51   $27,101,511 89
2013/01/23 - $3,048 +4% 58 $53   $27,104,559 90
2013/01/24 - $3,713 +22% 58 $64   $27,108,272 91

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/10/26 2 $9,612,247   2,008 $4,787   $9,612,247 3
2012/11/02 6 $5,379,314 -44% 2,013 $2,672   $18,391,743 10
2012/11/09 6 $2,658,250 -51% 2,023 $1,314   $22,844,956 17
2012/11/16 12 $929,229 -65% 920 $1,010   $24,923,132 24
2012/11/23 17 $422,095 -55% 258 $1,636   $25,788,857 31
2012/11/30 19 $243,338 -42% 194 $1,254   $26,181,455 38
2012/12/07 21 $174,815 -28% 191 $915   $26,452,971 45
2012/12/14 27 $83,295 -52% 98 $850   $26,623,223 52
2012/12/21 37 $39,829 -52% 50 $797   $26,721,901 59
2012/12/28 44 $26,820 -33% 45 $596   $26,781,806 66
2013/01/04 34 $102,553 +282% 155 $662   $26,903,242 73
2013/01/11 37 $73,416 -28% 162 $453   $27,027,461 80
2013/01/18 48 $29,838 -59% 58 $514   $27,093,696 87

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/19/20131194,869 194,869$2,921,086$2,921,0861
5/26/2013962,261-68% 257,130$933,292$3,854,3792
6/2/20131391,204+46% 348,334$1,367,148$5,221,5273
6/9/20132714,605-84% 362,939$211,042$5,432,5694
6/30/20133020,456 413,853$306,635$6,126,7787

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/19/20131141,921 141,921$3,319,532$3,319,5321
5/26/2013934,149-76% 176,070$853,376$4,172,9082
6/2/2013634,072n/c210,142$851,469$5,024,3773
6/9/20131610,126-70% 220,268$242,203$5,266,5804
6/16/20131314,757+46% 235,025$231,095$5,497,6755

Cloud Atlas HD Trailer

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