The Conjuring

The Conjuring poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $137,400,141Details
International Box Office $180,600,000
Worldwide Box Office $318,000,141
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $12,579,826 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $9,912,199 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $22,492,025
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. World-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren are called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most horrifying case of their lives.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
86% - Certified Fresh
Audience
82% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$20,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 19th, 2013 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: October 22nd, 2013 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for sequences of disturbing violence and terror.
(Rating bulletin 2276, 6/12/2013)
Franchise: The Conjuring
Keywords: Hauntings, Paranormal Investigation, Based on an UNTRUE Story, Possessed, Voiceover/Narration, Prologue, Intertitle, Exorcism, Sleepwalking
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

2013 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

Thanksgiving is less than a week away and that means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and a ton of shopping. It also means the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. Over the next month, we will talk about TV on DVD releases, independent releases, foreign language releases, classics, etc. but this week we start with Major Movie Releases. These are first run releases, franchise box sets, etc. However, this year seems weaker than years past. Last year the biggest new release was The Avengers, which was also one of the best reviewed wide releases of the year. This year the biggest release is Iron Man 3, which earned good reviews, but not great reviews. Last year there were a ton of franchise box sets. This year has been pretty barren. In fact, I think the only franchise box set that's truly new and really worth picking up is... More...

Contest: Game of Chance

There are three wide releases, but only two of them have any chance of becoming more than a midlevel hit. Free Birds is a digitally animated family film that has a very timely release, but it is also a second-tier CG animated film. Ender's Game is a $110 million film based on a book aimed at young adults. It is yet another film trying to tap into the vacuum left behind by Harry Potter. I don't think either of them will be big hits, but one of them has to be the target film. I think Free Birds will have better legs, but that Ender's Game will have a better opening. As such, it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Ender's Game. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a copy of The Conjuring on Blu-ray Combo Pack.

To celebrate, we have Five Things to know about The Conjuring, in GIF form, starting with...

1) The Conjuring is directed by the acclaimed James Wan, the Australian-born director of the fright-fests Insidious and the Saw series. His Twitter handle is @CreepyPuppet. Say no more.
Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 22nd, 2013

This week on the home market is... well... it's short. Last week, according to Amazon.com, there were 459 new releases or reissues. This week there are 161. Fortunately, there are a few releases of note, including The Conjuring, which pulled in more than $300 million worldwide on a production budget of just $20 million. Fortunately, it really deserved this success and the DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack are contenders for Pick of the Week. Other contenders include Before Midnight on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack and The Way Way Back on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack. In the end, it was literally a coin toss and The Conjuring won. More...

International Box Office: Gravity Throws Around its Weight

Gravity opened in first place on the international chart with $28.4 million on 4,830 screens in 27 markets. This includes a number of first place openings, led by Russia, where it made $7.57 million on 1,219 screens. It also earned first place in Germany with $3.65 million on 569 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.87 million. Australia was right behind with $3.35 million on 469. Italy contributed $2.75 million on 399, while in Spain it earned $2.26 million on 325. More...

International Box Office: Rise of Detective Dee

Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon opened in China with $17.0 million earning first place in that market and on the overall international chart. The original earned a limited release here and was a great movie, so I'm hoping this film will also get a release here. I'm certainly looking forward to seeing it. More...

International Box Office: Facing Facts

There was an international film leading the way on the international chart this week. Gwansang jumped into first place internationally with $15.27 million on 1,239 screens in South Korea, lifting its total in that market to $46.58 million after just two weeks of release. It isn't the best South Korean film of the year, at least not yet, as Snowpiercer has made $62.1 million in that market. Meanwhile, Iron Man 3 earned about $65 million there. More...

International Box Office: Little Smurfs, Big Bucks

The Smurfs 2 rose to first place on the international chart with $17.52 million on 12,965 screens in 70 markets for totals of $219.56 million internationally and $288.51 million worldwide. It opened in first place in China with $9.93 million on 8,053 screens. It also opened in first place in Australia with $1.89 million on 462 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $2.04 million. More...

International Box Office: Elysium On Top, But White House Moves Up

Elysium remained in first place with $21.31 million on 10,731 screens in 52 markets for totals of $127.46 million internationally and $212.57 million worldwide. Of that, $11.75 million came from 6,253 screens in China, which was enough for first place there. Not this weekend, but next weekend, the film opens in Japan, Brazil, Mexico, and other markets, so it should be a player on the international market for a few weeks, but it will need help on the home market to break even. More...

International Box Office: Elysium Returns to the Top

Elysium returned to first place with $17.89 million on 5,056 screens in 55 markets for an international total of $97.87 million. The film earned second place in South Korea with an estimated $5 million on 588 screens, including weekday numbers. It earned first place in Italy, albeit with a lower opening of $2.06 million on 404 screens. The film has yet to open in Japan, Brazil, Mexico, and other markets, but it will need a lot of help to break even any time soon. More...

International Box Office: Jurassic Park Roars in China

Jurassic Park earned first place in China with $32.08 on 3,000 screens, but that was for the full week. Over the weekend, the film's international weekend haul was $28.9 million on 3,373 screens in 11 markets for a total of $43.37 million during its 3-D re-release. Even with the tiny studio share in China, it makes sense to release films like this in 3-D there, because they didn't get a chance to see it in theaters the first time around. More...

International Box Office: Smurfs Rise To Top

The Smurfs 2 rose to top spot with $35.57 million on 11,102 screens in 65 markets for a total of $111.01 million internationally. Its biggest market of the weekend was Germany, where it added $3.16 million on 1,075 screens over the weekend to its total, which now sits at $8.78 million. There is a virtual tie for biggest market overall with Russia and the U.K. sitting at $9.94 million and $9.87 million respectively. Getting to the century mark internationally so quickly is good news for the studio. That said, it is behind the first film in most markets and I don't think it will finish with a profit, at least not on its own. Perhaps merchandizing will push it into the black. More...

International Box Office: Pacific Heats Up while Smurfs Feel a Little Blue

Pacific Rim earned first place over the weekend with $53.0 million in 58 markets for a total of $200.4 million internationally and $293.3 million worldwide. It has made more internationally than it cost to make, but it will still need a lot of help to break even. The film's biggest market over the weekend was China, where it debuted in first place with $45 million. Unfortunately for the film, while studios take about 60% of the box office numbers in the United States (it varies per film) they only get about 20% of the box office in China. Or to be more accurate, they will only get about 20% of the box office, once the sales tax dispute is settled. Right now, they are getting nothing. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Gunning for the Top

Unless the box office bounces back next weekend, it will be safe to say summer ended over the weekend. 2 Guns did finish in first place, but it underperformed, while The Smurfs 2 only managed third place. Overall, the box office plummeted 20% from last weekend to $138 million. On the other hand, this is still better than last year, up 12%, thanks to much better depth. 2012 was led by The Dark Knight Rises, which no movie this year could match, but there were only three films to top $10 million last year compared to five films this year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Two By Two

August begins with two films, 2 Guns and The Smurfs 2, one action film and one kids movie. Neither film is likely going to break records, but I think 2 Guns should at least do well enough to be a financial success, eventually. The Smurfs 2 probably won't be a hit here, but its international numbers are looking a lot better. Like this year, this weekend last year there were two wide releases, Total Recall and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, one action film and one kids movie. This year's new releases should easily trump last year's new releases; however, last year the box office was led by The Dark Knight Rises, which will keep the year-over-year comparison a little closer. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Wolverine Loses Power, But Still Dominates

The Wolverine did not live up to expectations, but it still dominated the weekend box office chart, earning more than double the second place film, The Conjuring. Overall, the box office fell nearly 12% when compared to last weekend hitting $172 million. This is still 28% higher than the same weekend last year, which is a great result. In total, 2013 has pulled in $6.40 billion, which is just under $20 million or 0.3% below last year's pace. This is fantastic; however, had The Wolverine performed as well as some were expecting, 2013 would have pulled into the lead over the weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Wolverine to Slice Through the Competition

It's the final weekend of July and there is only one wide release to deal with, The Wolverine. It should be the easy winner of the weekend, it might pull in enough to become the biggest opening weekend of the month. This isn't likely, but there is a slim chance. There is one other film that might make an appearance in the top ten, The To Do List. Again, it doesn't have a strong chance, but it could happen. The holdovers should be far behind The Wolverine, as only The Conjuring has a shot at $20 million. This weekend last year, both new releases bombed, which is good news for 2013 in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, The Dark Knight Rises took in $62.10 million, which is something The Wolverine should have no trouble topping, while the holdovers should provide more depth. More...

Per Theater Chart: Getting in the Act

The Act of Killing had the best result on the per theater chart earning $27,450 in its lone theater. Fruitvale Station saw its theater count rise from 7 to 34, but its per theater average remained strong at $21,750. It has already cracked its first major milestone, and with room to expand, it will reach more. Blackfish debuted in five theaters with a per theater average of $15,192. That's very strong for a documentary. The overall box office leader, The Conjuring, was right behind with an average of $14,418. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Conjuring Calls Forth a Winning Weekend

The weekend box office was mixed with two of the four wide releases matching predictions, Turbo and R.I.P.D.. There was one movie failing to reach expectations, Red 2. And finally there was one more beating nearly all predictions, The Conjuring. Fortunately, The Conjuring did so well that it made up for the weak films and helped the overall box grow to $195 million. Granted, that was within a rounding error of last weekend, but any growth is good news. There is also some bad news, as this was 16% lower than the same weekend last year, but since that was the weekend The Dark Knight Rises opened, this is actually better than expected. Year-to-date, 2013 has pulled in $6.12 billion. This is still lower than last year's pace ($6.16 billion), but it is close enough that it would only take one surprise weekend result to catch up. Earlier in the year, I thought 2013 was a lost cause. Now I'm much more optimistic. More...

Weekend Predictions: Turbo Gets Off to a Head Start on Weekend Competition

There are four new releases coming out this week, but there is a wide range of predictions for some of these films. Turbo opened on Wednesday to mostly good reviews and some think it will earn first place over the weekend. Red 2's early reviews are weaker than anticipated, but it still has an impressive cast and could come out on top. The Conjuring is earning some of the best reviews of any wide release opening this summer. It is a horror film and those rarely open in first place in the summer, but the buzz is growing and it could be a surprise hit. Then there's R.I.P.D., which has bad buzz and no reviews. It will likely not make the top five. This weekend last year was the weekend The Dark Knight Rises opened and there's no chance 2013 will come out on top on the year-over-year comparison. In fact, the total box office this year might be lower than The Dark Knight Rises opening alone. More...

2013 Preview: July

For the most part, June was a really strong month at the box office with nearly every film either matching expectations, or at least coming close enough to call it a victory. Looking forward, there are a dozen films opening wide in July, more or less. One of them, The Smurfs 2, is opening on a Wednesday, so I'm going to hold off talking about that movie till the August preview. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain is opening in less than 1000 theaters, but it has a shot at reaching the top ten during its opening weekend. If we include both of them, there are twelve films, but I think it is better to stick with the ten truly wide, truly July openings. Of these, Despicable Me 2 is clearly going to be the biggest hit at the box office. It could become the second biggest hit of the year so far. It is not the only film that could be a $100 million hit. In fact, there are six films opening in July that I think have a better than 50% chance of reaching that level. There is currently only one film that I think won't at least become a midlevel hit. By comparison in 2012, there were three $100 million movies, led by The Dark Knight Rises, but the rest of the new releases struggled. There's no chance any movie opening this month will top $400 million, in fact, it is quite possible no film will get to $300 million. That said, 2013 has a lot better depth, so it might come out on top in the end. More...

Cast

Vera Farmiga    Lorraine Warren
Patrick Wilson    Ed Warren
Lili Taylor    Carolyn Perron
Ron Livingston    Roger Perron
Shanley Caswell    Andrea
Hayley McFarland    Nancy
Joey King    Christine
Mackenzie Foy    Cindy
Kyla Deaver    April
Shannon Kook    Drew
John Brotherton    Brad
Sterling Jerins    Judy Warren
Marion Guyot    Georgiana
Morganna Bridgers    Debbie
Amy Tipton    Camilla
Kymour Kennedy    Student #1
Sean Flynn    Student #2
Ashley White    Female Student
Zach Pappas    Rick
Arnell Powell    Reporter
Joseph Bishara    Bathsheba
Rose Bachtel    Leah
J. Donovan Nelson    David
Christof Veillon    Maurice
George T. Zervos    Catholic Priest
Carmella Gioio    Mrs. Walker
Steve Coulter    Father Gordon
Desi Domo    Suicide Maid

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Wan
Screenwriter    Chad Hayes
Screenwriter    Carey W. Hayes
Producer    Tony DeRosa-Grund
Producer    Peter Safran
Producer    Rob Cowan
Executive Producer    Walter Hamada
Executive Producer    Dave Neustradter
Director of Photography    John R. Leonetti
Production Designer    Julie Berghoff
Editor    Kirk Morri
Composer    Joseph Bishara
Casting Director    Anne McCarthy
Casting Director    Kellie Gesel
Costume Designer    Kristen M. Burke
Stunt Coordinator    Joel Kramer
Stunt Coordinator    Norbet Phillips
Unit Production Manager    Christopher V. Bromley
First Assistant Director    Albert Cho
Second Assistant Director    Jeff Bilger
Art Director    Geoffrey S. Grimsman
Set Decorator    Sophie Neudorfer
Sound Mixer    Carl Rudsill
Post-Production Supervisor    Jason Leib
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Maslow
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Sound Designer    Joe Dzuban
Supervising Sound Editor    Joe Dzuban
Sound Effects Editor    Bruce Tanis
Sound Effects Editor    Joe Tsai
Dialogue Editor    Justin Dzuban
Dialogue Editor    Dan Laurie
Music Editor    Lise Richardson
Costume Supervisor    Janet Ingram
Make Up Department Head    Eleanor Sabaduquia
Key Make Up Artist    Rick Pour
Special Make-up Effects    Justin Raleigh
Hair Department Head    Yesim Osman
Special Effects Supervisor    David Beavis

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/19 1 $16,956,117   2,903 $5,841   $16,956,117 2
2013/07/20 1 $13,939,346 -18% 2,903 $4,802   $30,895,463 3
2013/07/21 1 $10,959,863 -21% 2,903 $3,775   $41,855,326 4
2013/07/22 1 $5,536,412 -49% 2,903 $1,907   $47,391,738 5
2013/07/23 1 $5,603,104 +1% 2,903 $1,930   $52,994,842 6
2013/07/24 1 $4,517,407 -19% 2,903 $1,556   $57,512,249 7
2013/07/25 1 $4,224,379 -6% 2,903 $1,455   $61,736,628 8
2013/07/26 2 $7,329,302 +74% 3,022 $2,425   $69,065,930 9
2013/07/27 2 $8,440,556 +15% 3,022 $2,793   $77,506,486 10
2013/07/28 2 $6,438,531 -24% 3,022 $2,131   $83,945,017 11
2013/07/29 2 $2,904,987 -55% 3,022 $961   $86,850,004 12
2013/07/30 2 $3,009,486 +4% 3,022 $996   $89,859,490 13
2013/07/31 3 $2,488,067 -17% 3,022 $823   $92,347,557 14
2013/08/01 3 $2,582,196 +4% 3,022 $854   $94,929,753 15
2013/08/02 4 $4,311,370 +67% 3,115 $1,384   $99,241,123 16
2013/08/03 4 $5,163,345 +20% 3,115 $1,658   $104,404,468 17
2013/08/04 4 $3,552,439 -31% 3,115 $1,140   $107,956,907 18
2013/08/05 4 $1,717,163 -52% 3,115 $551   $109,674,070 19
2013/08/06 5 $1,748,218 +2% 3,115 $561   $111,422,288 20
2013/08/07 7 $1,349,264 -23% 3,115 $433   $112,771,552 21
2013/08/08 7 $1,273,354 -6% 3,115 $409   $114,044,906 22
2013/08/09 8 $2,141,957 +68% 2,650 $808   $116,186,863 23
2013/08/10 8 $2,709,461 +26% 2,650 $1,022   $118,896,324 24
2013/08/11 8 $1,775,938 -34% 2,650 $670   $120,672,262 25
2013/08/12 9 $868,235 -51% 2,650 $328   $121,540,497 26
2013/08/13 9 $979,011 +13% 2,650 $369   $122,519,508 27
2013/08/14 9 $760,141 -22% 2,650 $287   $123,279,649 28
2013/08/15 9 $673,221 -11% 2,650 $254   $123,952,870 29
2013/08/16 12 $1,194,741 +77% 2,001 $597   $125,147,611 30
2013/08/17 11 $1,645,626 +38% 2,001 $822   $126,793,237 31
2013/08/18 12 $1,044,929 -37% 2,001 $522   $127,838,166 32
2013/08/19 12 $484,049 -54% 2,001 $242   $128,322,215 33
2013/08/20 12 $522,140 +8% 2,001 $261   $128,844,355 34
2013/08/21 13 $403,034 -23% 2,001 $201   $129,247,389 35
2013/08/22 13 $363,319 -10% 2,001 $182   $129,610,708 36
2013/08/23 - $651,913 +79% 1,355 $481   $130,262,621 37
2013/08/24 - $919,197 +41% 1,355 $678   $131,181,818 38
2013/08/25 - $487,174 -47% 1,355 $360   $131,668,992 39
2013/08/26 - $218,622 -55% 1,355 $161   $131,887,614 40
2013/08/27 - $228,002 +4% 1,355 $168   $132,115,616 41
2013/08/28 - $181,069 -21% 1,355 $134   $132,296,685 42
2013/08/29 - $176,225 -3% 1,355 $130   $132,472,910 43
2013/08/30 - $360,120 +104% 903 $399   $132,833,030 44
2013/08/31 - $526,357 +46% 903 $583   $133,359,387 45
2013/09/01 - $536,845 +2% 903 $595   $133,896,232 46
2013/09/02 - $287,696 -46% 903 $319   $134,183,928 47
2013/09/03 - $104,470 -64% 903 $116   $134,288,398 48
2013/09/04 - $93,218 -11% 903 $103   $134,381,616 49
2013/09/05 - $82,042 -12% 903 $91   $134,463,658 50
2013/09/06 - $219,695 +168% 716 $307   $134,683,353 51
2013/09/07 - $342,030 +56% 716 $478   $135,025,383 52
2013/09/08 - $160,602 -53% 716 $224   $135,185,985 53
2013/09/09 - $56,061 -65% 716 $78   $135,242,046 54
2013/09/10 - $60,069 +7% 716 $84   $135,302,115 55
2013/09/11 - $53,159 -12% 716 $74   $135,355,274 56
2013/09/12 - $48,270 -9% 716 $67   $135,403,544 57
2013/09/13 - $221,349 +359% 676 $327   $135,624,893 58
2013/09/14 - $240,073 +8% 676 $355   $135,864,966 59
2013/09/15 - $137,874 -43% 676 $204   $136,002,840 60
2013/09/16 - $53,770 -61% 676 $80   $136,056,610 61
2013/09/17 - $54,496 +1% 676 $81   $136,111,106 62
2013/09/18 - $47,411 -13% 676 $70   $136,158,517 63
2013/09/19 - $49,081 +4% 676 $73   $136,207,598 64
2013/09/20 - $129,543 +164% 561 $231   $136,337,141 65
2013/09/21 - $195,622 +51% 561 $349   $136,532,763 66
2013/09/22 - $92,312 -53% 561 $165   $136,625,075 67
2013/09/23 - $35,078 -62% 561 $63   $136,660,153 68
2013/09/24 - $39,988 +14% 561 $71   $136,700,141 69
2013/09/25 - $35,589 -11% 561 $63   $136,735,730 70
2013/09/26 - $35,033 -2% 561 $62   $136,770,763 71
2013/09/27 - $58,032 +66% 338 $172   $136,828,795 72
2013/09/28 - $94,553 +63% 338 $280   $136,923,348 73
2013/09/29 - $48,707 -48% 338 $144   $136,972,055 74
2013/09/30 - $17,034 -65% 338 $50   $136,989,089 75
2013/10/01 - $18,807 +10% 338 $56   $137,007,896 76
2013/10/02 - $18,618 -1% 338 $55   $137,026,514 77
2013/10/03 - $17,652 -5% 338 $52   $137,044,166 78
2013/10/04 - $33,864 +92% 202 $168   $137,078,030 79
2013/10/05 - $57,006 +68% 202 $282   $137,135,036 80
2013/10/06 - $28,015 -51% 202 $139   $137,163,051 81
2013/10/07 - $10,645 -62% 202 $53   $137,173,696 82
2013/10/08 - $11,003 +3% 202 $54   $137,184,699 83
2013/10/09 - $10,122 -8% 202 $50   $137,194,821 84
2013/10/10 - $11,640 +15% 202 $58   $137,206,461 85
2013/10/11 - $19,252 +65% 145 $133   $137,225,713 86
2013/10/12 - $31,843 +65% 145 $220   $137,257,556 87
2013/10/13 - $16,908 -47% 145 $117   $137,274,464 88
2013/10/14 - $7,754 -54% 145 $53   $137,282,218 89
2013/10/15 - $6,413 -17% 145 $44   $137,288,631 90
2013/10/16 - $5,835 -9% 145 $40   $137,294,466 91
2013/10/17 - $6,943 +19% 145 $48   $137,301,409 92
2013/10/18 - $12,943 +86% 113 $115   $137,314,352 93
2013/10/19 - $20,345 +57% 113 $180   $137,334,697 94
2013/10/20 - $9,744 -52% 113 $86   $137,344,441 95
2013/10/21 - $3,897 -60% 113 $34   $137,348,338 96
2013/10/22 - $3,624 -7% 113 $32   $137,351,962 97
2013/10/23 - $3,261 -10% 113 $29   $137,355,223 98
2013/10/24 - $4,444 +36% 113 $39   $137,359,667 99
2013/10/25 - $8,205 +85% 100 $82   $137,367,872 100
2013/10/26 - $13,226 +61% 100 $132   $137,381,098 101
2013/10/27 - $6,174 -53% 100 $62   $137,387,272 102
2013/10/28 - $2,207 -64% 100 $22   $137,389,479 103
2013/10/29 - $2,737 +24% 100 $27   $137,392,216 104
2013/10/30 - $2,958 +8% 100 $30   $137,395,174 105
2013/10/31 - $4,967 +68% 100 $50   $137,400,141 106

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/19 1 $41,855,326   2,903 $14,418   $41,855,326 4
2013/07/26 2 $22,208,389 -47% 3,022 $7,349   $83,945,017 11
2013/08/02 4 $13,027,154 -41% 3,115 $4,182   $107,956,907 18
2013/08/09 8 $6,627,356 -49% 2,650 $2,501   $120,672,262 25
2013/08/16 12 $3,885,296 -41% 2,001 $1,942   $127,838,166 32
2013/08/23 16 $2,058,284 -47% 1,355 $1,519   $131,668,992 39
2013/08/30 21 $1,423,322 -31% 903 $1,576   $133,896,232 46
2013/09/06 21 $722,327 -49% 716 $1,009   $135,185,985 53
2013/09/13 20 $599,296 -17% 676 $887   $136,002,840 60
2013/09/20 22 $417,477 -30% 561 $744   $136,625,075 67
2013/09/27 27 $201,292 -52% 338 $596   $136,972,055 74
2013/10/04 38 $118,885 -41% 202 $589   $137,163,051 81
2013/10/11 42 $68,003 -43% 145 $469   $137,274,464 88
2013/10/18 49 $43,032 -37% 113 $381   $137,344,441 95
2013/10/25 46 $27,605 -36% 100 $276   $137,387,272 102

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/27/20131387,993 387,993$5,881,974$5,881,9741
11/3/20134125,364-68% 513,357$2,129,934$8,011,9082
11/10/2013970,966-43% 584,323$1,205,003$9,216,9113
11/17/20131142,863-40% 627,186$728,242$9,945,1534
11/24/20132318,779-56% 645,965$283,563$10,228,7165

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/27/20131221,321 221,321$5,088,170$5,088,1701
11/3/2013646,016-79% 267,337$1,067,118$6,155,2882
11/10/20131222,657-51% 289,995$565,528$6,720,8163
11/17/20131514,109-38% 304,103$352,151$7,072,9674

The Conjuring HD Trailer

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