Coraline

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $75,286,229Details
International Box Office $50,750,828
Worldwide Box Office $126,037,057
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $47,798,316 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $15,175,935 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $62,974,251
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
90% - Certified Fresh
Audience
73% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 6th, 2009 (Wide) by Focus Features
Video Release: July 21st, 2009 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for thematic elements, scary images, some language and suggestive humor
Keywords: 3-D
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Stop-Motion Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Laika, Pandemonium, Focus Features, Bill Mechanic

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Animated Feature

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out which films are the favorites and which should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Animated Feature Film, which is the least competitive category that we will be dealing with this year. More...

Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

Oscar nominations were announced at 5:38 this morning, continuing a tradition that have never been adequately explained to me. (Why so early in the morning? Does earning an Oscar nomination become sweeter if people have to wake you up to congratulate you?) Leading the way in nominations were Avatar and The Hurt Locker, both of which pick up nine nods each, many of them in the same categories. More...

Awards Season - Looking Up for the PGA

The Producers Guild of America announced their nominations this week, and while there are only three categories for theatrical releases, they tend to be quite accurate predictors for the Oscar nominations. This is great news for Up, which picked up nominations in two of the three categories. More...

Awards Season - Golden Globe Nominations are Up in the Air

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations this week, but looking over the list of films chosen, it is hard to declare any one film as the big winner. Up in the Air did pick up six Golden Globe nominations, including several of the most prestigious nominations, but it is far from the only major player. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 8th, 2009

According to Amazon, there are about 300 DVDs and Blu-ray being released or re-released this week and about half of them are Harry Potter releases. Well, maybe not, but it almost feels that way. The only one of these that is really worth picking up is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - Blu-ray; in fact, it is the DVD Pick of the Week. Also sharing that honor is The Cove on DVD, Julie & Julia on DVD or Blu-ray, and Lost - Season Five on Blu-ray. My bank account is going to take a big hit this week. More...

DVD Rentals - Not a Fast Week for New Releases

While there were five new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental chart this week, only one of them reached the top ten. That new release was Fast and Furious, which placed first with roughly two thirds more rentals than Watchmen. More...

DVD Sales - Furious is Selling Fast

On the one hand, there were a lot of new releases that charted this week. On the other hand, not a lot of them were particularly strong in terms of units sold. But that doesn't include Fast and Furious, which sold 1.72 million units and generated $27.90 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD Rentals - Watching Watchmen and Coraline and the Rest of the New Releases

New releases were not as plentiful on the rental chart as they were on the sales chart, mainly due to the fact that TV on DVD dominated the lower half of sales. The top two films were the same with Watchmen opening in first place with roughly 50% more rentals than Coraline had. More...

DVD Sales - People were Watching New Releases

This was arguably the best week for new releases since summer began with eight reaching the top 30, including two new releases that finished first and second. Number one was Watchmen with 1.23 million units sold generating $25.60 million in sales. More...

DVD Releases for July 21st, 2009

Two of the most anticipated home market releases of the summer come out this week, and both of them are contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. The Watchmen and Coraline Blu-ray releases are both worth picking up, and must-haves for their fans. Also in the mix is The Middleman - The Complete Series, which despite its short run packs a lot of entertainment. If I were forced to choose just one to buy, it would probably be Coraline, but all three are DVD Picks of the Week. More...

International Details - Hanging Out with Hangover

The Hangover climbed into second place with $11.14 million on 2091 screens in 28 markets for a total of $47.81 million. This was actually 2% lower than last week's performance. Its only major market opening came from France where it placed second with $3.31 million on 251 screens, but that was for the full week. (This is still impressive.) In the U.K. it was down just 15% to $3.15 million on 425 screens over the weekend and $18.50 million after three. It is a couple of weeks away from overtaking Terminator Salvation in that market. Over in Australia it managed to dip just 30% to $1.80 million on 227 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.07 million. It will also top Terminator Salvation in this market, and could beat out Angels and Demons as well. Massive. On the other hand, I'm not sure the film will do as well in most non-English speaking markets, as comedy tends to be harder to translate into other cultures. More...

International Details - Terminating Another Milestone

Terminator Salvation fell to second place with $18.94 million on 9263 screens in 71 markets over the weekend, for a total of $200.84 million internationally and $320.57 million worldwide. The film has been troubled by sharp drop-offs internationally, and that was certainly the case this past weekend, as it was down 65% in Japan. Japan. It was down 65% in Japan, which is a market known for its strong holds. It still added $3.72 million on 697 screens over the weekend for a total of $19.70 million after two, but that's a sharper decline than anticipated. More...

International details - Hangover Shows Potential Overseas

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian remained in second place adding a solid $18.53 million on 8300 screens in 67 markets for a total of $175.90 million. The film opened in first place in Mexico, no surprise there, but with $3.34 million on 1150 screens its per screen average is not that impressive and being booked on more than 1000 screens, you think the studio was expecting a bit more. The film did hang on better than most in South Korea down just 50% to $2.13 million on 576 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.57 million after two. It also added $1.77 million on 506 screens in the U.K. for a total of $27.96 million, which is its best single market of its run so far. More...

International Details - Racing Towards Milestones

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian was pushed into second place in the international chart, but still added $27.88 million on 8350 screens in 66 markets while it lifted its international total to $149.55 million. The film opened in first place in South Korea with $4.33 million on 669 screens over the weekend and $4.75 million in total. It also remained in first place in China with $2.1 million on 818 screens over the weekend and $12.2 million in total, but that was a huge drop-off from last week. On the other hand, the film improved by 18% in the U.K. with $3.96 million on 509 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $25.31 million after three. That's better than the film's performance here, if you take into account the relative size of the two markets. The film opens in Mexico this weekend, and in Japan in August. It has likely reached $300 million worldwide already, and could make it all the way to $400 million before it is done. This is a drop-off from its predecessor, but the film is still well on its way to profitability and will get there before it reaches the lucrative home market. More...

International Details - Still Treking

Star Trek slipped to third place on the international chart with $11.34 million on 5069 screens in 56 markets for a total of $87.68 million. It has now made more internationally than the previous film made worldwide. The film's best market was the U.K. where it has made $24.37 million, including $2.60 million on 474 screens this past weekend. As for future releases, it opens in Japan this weekend, while it has yet to open in Mexico, India, and other markets. More...

International Details - Trek Reaches Milestone

Star Trek's second weekend of release on the international chart was not as strong as it was domestically as it dropped 44% to 20.02 million on 5782 screens in 55 markets, but it lifted its total of $67.89 million internationally and it became the first in the franchise to reach $200 million worldwide. The film opened in China, but box office numbers were not released. We do have details on most holdovers, including the U.K., where it added $5.27 million on 498 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.42 million after two. The only other multi-million market was Australia, where it earned $2.04 million on 317 screens giving it a total of $6.66 million. More...

International Details - Wolverine is Cut Down, but Still Fighting Hard

Wolverine was pushed into second place on the international chart with $28.95 million on 8982 screens in 93 markets for a total of $121.58 million. This was a 60% drop-off, but that was better than it was domestically, and it appears $300 million worldwide is a sure bet. The film was pushed into third place in the U.K., but still managed a healthy $3.39 million on 484 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.47 million. It remained in first place in France with $3.95 million on 700 screens, but that was for the full week giving the film $11.80 million after two. It also finished in first place in Brazil with $2.11 million on 609 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.81 million after two. Next up for the film is Mexico, where it opens at the end of May, while it ends its run in Japan in August. More...

Jonas Brothers take on Miley Cyrus

There won't be much of a race for the top of the box office chart with The Jonas Brothers being the only film with a legitimate shot at number one. There is a question whether the trio can live up to Miley Cyrus's box office triumph with Best of Both Worlds. And then there's the question of 2009 maintaining its blistering pace over 2008. I think the latter is more likely than the former. More...

Madea Takes Down Competition

The Oscars combined with the post-holiday weekend left the overall box office dramatically lower this weekend compared to last. In fact, it was down 24% to $142 million; however, compared to the same weekend last year, that was up by just under 30%. Year-to-date, 2009 has pulled in $1.65 billion, which is 23% above last year's pace of $1.34 billion. There's no way 2009 can keep up this pace for too much longer, but each weekend it does will help future box office scores. After all, a lot of people see trailers, posters, and other advertisements for the first time when going to the movie theaters. More free advertising now will turn into more people going to the theaters later on. More...

Madea Takes on Oscar

The Oscars are being handed out this weekend, which means a lot of moviegoers will be more interested in watching the ceremonies on TV than going to the theaters. Studios know this, which explains the weak slate of movies coming out this week. In fact, there's only one film opening truly wide this week, and only one other that comes close. That said, it's still better than last year and 2009 should continue its amazing pace. More...

Horror Fans Love Valentine\'s Day

Another record breaking weekend! President's Day long weekend smashed the previous record with a total of $188 million over three days and $220 million over four. To put this into perspective, the previous record was set in 2007 when the box office pulled in $187 million in four days. That's right, this year we earned more in three days than the previous record was over four. It goes without saying that there were huge increases over last weekend (up 22%) and over the same weekend last year (up 37% over three days and 33% over four). Year to date, 2009 has pulled in $1.47 billion, 22% ahead of last year's $1.20 billion pace. More...

Four-Day Weekend Estimates: Horror Leads Record-Breaking Weekend

The theatrical market continued its remarkable run with another record-breaking weekend, based on studio estimates released on Monday. Friday the 13th led with a four-day estimate of $45.2 million, the second-best Presidents' Weekend opening ever. He's Just Not That Into You fell 29% from its opening and earned $23.4 million Friday-to-Monday, giving Warner Bros. a one-two finish. Taken lands in third place with an estimated $22.2 million, while Coraline takes fourth with $19.1 million; both movies fell less than 10% from last weekend, based on a three-day comparison More...

International Details - Bride Wars as Bridesmaid

Bride Wars continues its bridesmaid run just missing the top five this week after just missing the top ten last week. It did ad $5.88 million on 2485 screens in 30 markets for a total of $32.11 million after a month of release. Openings this week include Germany, where the film placed second with $1.62 million on 455 screens, which is a mixed debut. More...

Love or Horror?

It might be hard for the box office to keep pace with last year, as the three new releases from this week don't seem as strong as the four new releases were last year. Perhaps with Valentine's Day landing on a Saturday in 2009 will help the year continue to expand its lead over 2008. More...

Moviegoers are Into Not That Into You

2009 returned to its winning ways after a tiny 1% drop-off last week. Not only did the number one film beat expectations, but five of the six films on Thursday's column beat expectations. This led to a 22% jump at the box office to $155 million, which is 38% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has now pulled in $1.22 billion vs. $1.02 billion for the same time last year, which is an outstanding 19.6% increase. More...

Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of February 6th, 2009

There was an equal mix of wide and limited releases on this week's list, but as usual, it is the wide releases that dominate the top end of the websites for this week. But it was the smallest wide release for the week, Coraline, that had the best Official Site, and it is this site that wins the Weekly Website Award. More...

Weekend Estimates: Another Good Weekend at the Movies

Once more, moviegoers defied predictions and visited movie theaters in big numbers this weekend. He's Just Not That Into You overcame mediocre reviews to top the weekend with an impressive $27.465 million, according to Warner Bros. Sunday estimate. Taken fell only 18% from its opening to score $20.3 million. Coraline also had a very strong debut with $16.3 million and clearly managed to find its audience in spite of being a challenge to market. More...

Will Moviegoers be into New Releases?

There's a quartet of new wide releases coming out this week, with two coming out at saturation level theater counts, and two coming out that are barely opening truly wide. Additionally, only one of the wide releases is earning overall positive reviews, and most analysts seem to think that won't be enough to save it at the box office. Overall the new releases seem stronger than last year, as are the holdovers, which should help 2009 to expand on its lead, while overcoming last weekend's momentary dip at the box office. More...

2009 Preview: February

2009 got off to a great start and February hopes to continue that run, but I don't think that's likely. First of all, none of the releases coming out this month look like they have what it takes to reach $100 million. Or even $80 million. This means the best film of this month will likely be lower than the biggest-earning film of last month and the biggest earner of this month last year. Hopefully there will be fewer outright misses and more mid-level hits, which will help 2009 keep pace with 2008. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - March 9, 2008

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/02/06 3 $4,487,086   2,299 $1,952   $4,487,086 1
2009/02/07 3 $7,146,009 +59% 2,299 $3,108   $11,633,095 2
2009/02/08 2 $5,216,545 -27% 2,299 $2,269   $16,849,640 3
2009/02/09 3 $1,078,385 -79% 2,299 $469   $17,928,025 4
2009/02/10 3 $778,857 -28% 2,299 $339   $18,706,882 5
2009/02/11 3 $696,251 -11% 2,299 $303   $19,403,133 6
2009/02/12 3 $832,788 +20% 2,299 $362   $20,235,921 7
2009/02/13 5 $3,004,022 +261% 2,320 $1,295   $23,239,943 8
2009/02/14 4 $6,709,493 +123% 2,320 $2,892   $29,949,436 9
2009/02/15 4 $5,069,642 -24% 2,320 $2,185   $35,019,078 10
2009/02/16 1 $4,068,478 -20% 2,320 $1,754   $39,087,556 11
2009/02/17 3 $1,227,595 -70% 2,320 $529   $40,315,151 12
2009/02/18 4 $975,171 -21% 2,320 $420   $41,290,322 13
2009/02/19 4 $1,044,397 +7% 2,320 $450   $42,334,719 14
2009/02/20 5 $2,689,387 +158% 2,155 $1,248   $45,024,106 15
2009/02/21 3 $4,958,754 +84% 2,155 $2,301   $49,982,860 16
2009/02/22 2 $3,783,983 -24% 2,155 $1,756   $53,766,843 17
2009/02/23 5 $564,898 -85% 2,155 $262   $54,331,741 18
2009/02/24 5 $524,689 -7% 2,155 $243   $54,856,430 19
2009/02/25 5 $473,780 -10% 2,155 $220   $55,330,210 20
2009/02/26 5 $521,405 +10% 2,155 $242   $55,851,615 21
2009/02/27 10 $1,215,857 +133% 2,092 $581   $57,067,472 22
2009/02/28 7 $2,401,273 +97% 2,092 $1,148   $59,468,745 23
2009/03/01 5 $1,643,999 -32% 2,092 $786   $61,112,744 24
2009/03/02 6 $376,678 -77% 2,092 $180   $61,489,422 25
2009/03/03 8 $322,648 -14% 2,092 $154   $61,812,070 26
2009/03/04 8 $287,222 -11% 2,092 $137   $62,099,292 27
2009/03/05 8 $272,633 -5% 2,092 $130   $62,371,925 28
2009/03/06 10 $783,615 +187% 1,959 $400   $63,155,540 29
2009/03/07 7 $1,500,974 +92% 1,959 $766   $64,656,514 30
2009/03/08 6 $971,263 -35% 1,959 $496   $65,627,777 31
2009/03/09 8 $220,781 -77% 1,959 $113   $65,848,558 32
2009/03/10 8 $226,295 +2% 1,959 $116   $66,074,853 33
2009/03/11 8 $216,732 -4% 1,959 $111   $66,291,585 34
2009/03/12 8 $231,036 +7% 1,959 $118   $66,522,621 35
2009/03/13 10 $648,263 +181% 1,768 $367   $67,170,884 36
2009/03/14 9 $1,204,759 +86% 1,768 $681   $68,375,643 37
2009/03/15 7 $865,209 -28% 1,768 $489   $69,240,852 38
2009/03/16 7 $343,674 -60% 1,768 $194   $69,584,526 39
2009/03/17 7 $362,377 +5% 1,768 $205   $69,946,903 40
2009/03/18 6 $375,345 +4% 1,768 $212   $70,322,248 41
2009/03/19 7 $388,179 +3% 1,768 $220   $70,710,427 42
2009/03/20 10 $619,517 +60% 1,431 $433   $71,329,944 43
2009/03/21 10 $872,538 +41% 1,431 $610   $72,202,482 44
2009/03/22 9 $638,691 -27% 1,431 $446   $72,841,173 45
2009/03/23 9 $187,108 -71% 1,431 $131   $73,028,281 46
2009/03/24 9 $204,033 +9% 1,431 $143   $73,232,314 47
2009/03/25 9 $192,012 -6% 1,431 $134   $73,424,326 48
2009/03/26 9 $200,496 +4% 1,431 $140   $73,624,822 49
2009/03/27 - $81,935 -59% 360 $228   $73,706,757 50
2009/03/28 - $126,091 +54% 360 $350   $73,832,848 51
2009/03/29 - $97,088 -23% 360 $270   $73,929,936 52
2009/03/30 - $32,341 -67% 360 $90   $73,962,277 53
2009/03/31 - $39,372 +22% 360 $109   $74,001,649 54
2009/04/01 - $36,331 -8% 360 $101   $74,037,980 55
2009/04/02 - $39,259 +8% 360 $109   $74,077,239 56
2009/04/03 - $51,867 +32% 211 $246   $74,129,106 57
2009/04/04 - $77,389 +49% 211 $367   $74,206,495 58
2009/04/05 - $48,892 -37% 211 $232   $74,255,387 59
2009/04/06 - $23,488 -52% 211 $111   $74,278,875 60
2009/04/07 - $26,760 +14% 211 $127   $74,305,635 61
2009/04/08 - $28,039 +5% 211 $133   $74,333,674 62
2009/04/09 - $33,627 +20% 211 $159   $74,367,301 63
2009/04/10 - $66,623 +98% 233 $286   $74,433,924 64
2009/04/11 - $63,502 -5% 233 $273   $74,497,426 65
2009/04/12 - $46,751 -26% 233 $201   $74,544,177 66
2009/04/13 - $29,941 -36% 233 $129   $74,574,118 67
2009/04/14 - $24,758 -17% 233 $106   $74,598,876 68
2009/04/15 - $22,975 -7% 233 $99   $74,621,851 69
2009/04/16 - $21,112 -8% 233 $91   $74,642,963 70
2009/04/17 - $49,435 +134% 197 $251   $74,692,398 71
2009/04/18 - $60,449 +22% 197 $307   $74,752,847 72
2009/04/19 - $47,182 -22% 197 $240   $74,800,029 73
2009/04/20 - $11,172 -76% 197 $57   $74,811,201 74
2009/04/21 - $13,003 +16% 197 $66   $74,824,204 75
2009/04/22 - $11,013 -15% 197 $56   $74,835,217 76
2009/04/23 - $11,982 +9% 197 $61   $74,847,199 77
2009/04/24 - $19,529 +63% 141 $139   $74,866,728 78
2009/04/25 - $34,906 +79% 141 $248   $74,901,634 79
2009/04/26 - $26,380 -24% 141 $187   $74,928,014 80
2009/04/27 - $6,889 -74% 141 $49   $74,934,903 81
2009/04/28 - $7,688 +12% 141 $55   $74,942,591 82
2009/04/29 - $6,936 -10% 141 $49   $74,949,527 83
2009/04/30 - $6,786 -2% 141 $48   $74,956,313 84
2009/05/01 - $11,334 +67% 111 $102   $74,967,647 85
2009/05/02 - $23,728 +109% 111 $214   $74,991,375 86
2009/05/03 - $17,423 -27% 111 $157   $75,008,798 87
2009/05/04 - $4,260 -76% 111 $38   $75,013,058 88
2009/05/05 - $5,068 +19% 111 $46   $75,018,126 89
2009/05/06 - $5,225 +3% 111 $47   $75,023,351 90
2009/05/07 - $4,710 -10% 111 $42   $75,028,061 91
2009/05/11 - $3,555   92 $39   $75,068,045 95
2009/05/12 - $3,948 +11% 92 $43   $75,071,993 96
2009/05/13 - $3,909 -1% 92 $42   $75,075,902 97
2009/05/14 - $4,610 +18% 92 $50   $75,080,512 98
2009/05/15 - $7,633 +66% 67 $114   $75,088,145 99
2009/05/16 - $14,109 +85% 67 $211   $75,102,254 100
2009/05/17 - $11,535 -18% 67 $172   $75,113,789 101
2009/05/18 - $4,504 -61% 67 $67   $75,118,293 102
2009/05/19 - $3,196 -29% 67 $48   $75,121,489 103
2009/05/20 - $3,447 +8% 67 $51   $75,124,936 104
2009/05/21 - $4,046 +17% 67 $60   $75,128,982 105
2009/05/22 - $6,234 +54% 49 $127   $75,135,216 106
2009/05/23 - $14,024 +125% 49 $286   $75,149,240 107
2009/05/24 - $13,879 -1% 49 $283   $75,163,119 108
2009/05/25 51 $6,232 -55% 49 $127   $75,169,351 109
2009/05/26 - $2,144 -66% 49 $44   $75,171,495 110
2009/05/27 - $2,565 +20% 49 $52   $75,174,060 111
2009/05/28 - $3,310 +29% 49 $68   $75,177,370 112
2009/05/29 - $4,843 +46% 36 $135   $75,182,213 113
2009/05/30 - $6,822 +41% 36 $190   $75,189,035 114
2009/05/31 - $6,221 -9% 36 $173   $75,195,256 115
2009/06/01 - $1,405 -77% 36 $39   $75,196,661 116
2009/06/02 - $2,378 +69% 36 $66   $75,199,039 117
2009/06/03 - $2,336 -2% 36 $65   $75,201,375 118
2009/06/04 - $3,024 +29% 36 $84   $75,204,399 119
2009/06/05 - $4,607 +52% 29 $159   $75,209,006 120
2009/06/06 - $5,218 +13% 29 $180   $75,214,224 121
2009/06/07 - $3,869 -26% 29 $133   $75,218,093 122
2009/06/08 - $1,855 -52% 29 $64   $75,219,948 123
2009/06/09 - $3,296 +78% 29 $114   $75,223,244 124
2009/06/10 - $2,719 -18% 29 $94   $75,225,963 125
2009/06/11 - $3,555 +31% 29 $123   $75,229,518 126
2009/06/12 - $3,003 -16% 25 $120   $75,232,521 127
2009/06/13 - $4,198 +40% 25 $168   $75,236,719 128
2009/06/14 - $2,902 -31% 25 $116   $75,239,621 129
2009/06/15 - $2,237 -23% 25 $89   $75,241,858 130
2009/06/16 - $4,014 +79% 25 $161   $75,245,872 131
2009/06/17 - $4,748 +18% 25 $190   $75,250,620 132
2009/06/18 - $5,429 +14% 25 $217   $75,256,049 133
2009/06/19 - $4,852 -11% 43 $113   $75,260,901 134
2009/06/20 - $2,554 -47% 43 $59   $75,263,455 135
2009/06/21 - $1,991 -22% 43 $46   $75,265,446 136
2009/06/22 - $1,011 -49% 43 $24   $75,266,457 137
2009/06/23 - $1,990 +97% 43 $46   $75,268,447 138
2009/06/24 - $1,892 -5% 43 $44   $75,270,339 139
2009/06/25 - $2,198 +16% 43 $51   $75,272,537 140
2009/06/26 - $2,186 -1% 19 $115   $75,274,723 141
2009/06/27 - $3,151 +44% 19 $166   $75,277,874 142
2009/06/28 - $2,184 -31% 19 $115   $75,280,058 143
2009/06/29 - $1,337 -39% 19 $70   $75,281,395 144
2009/06/30 - $1,577 +18% 19 $83   $75,282,972 145
2009/07/01 - $1,495 -5% 19 $79   $75,284,467 146
2009/07/02 - $1,762 +18% 19 $93   $75,286,229 147

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/02/06 3 $16,849,640   2,299 $7,329   $16,849,640 3
2009/02/13 5 $14,783,157 -12% 2,320 $6,372   $35,019,078 10
2009/02/20 2 $11,432,124 -23% 2,155 $5,305   $53,766,843 17
2009/02/27 7 $5,261,129 -54% 2,092 $2,515   $61,112,744 24
2009/03/06 7 $3,255,852 -38% 1,959 $1,662   $65,627,777 31
2009/03/13 9 $2,718,231 -17% 1,768 $1,537   $69,240,852 38
2009/03/20 10 $2,130,746 -22% 1,431 $1,489   $72,841,173 45
2009/03/27 20 $305,114 -86% 360 $848   $73,929,936 52
2009/04/03 23 $178,148 -42% 211 $844   $74,255,387 59
2009/04/10 24 $176,876 -1% 233 $759   $74,544,177 66
2009/04/17 26 $157,066 -11% 197 $797   $74,800,029 73
2009/04/24 35 $80,815 -49% 141 $573   $74,928,014 80
2009/05/01 45 $52,485 -35% 111 $473   $75,008,798 87
2009/05/08 50 $36,429 -31% 92 $396   $75,064,490 94
2009/05/15 49 $33,277 -9% 67 $497   $75,113,789 101
2009/05/22 49 $34,137 +3% 49 $697   $75,163,119 108
2009/05/29 54 $17,886 -48% 36 $497   $75,195,256 115
2009/06/05 58 $13,694 -23% 29 $472   $75,218,093 122
2009/06/12 74 $10,103 -26% 25 $404   $75,239,621 129
2009/06/19 65 $9,397 -7% 43 $219   $75,265,446 136
2009/06/26 70 $7,521 -20% 19 $396   $75,280,058 143

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/26/200921,036,845 1,036,845$19,193,453$19,193,4531
8/2/20093308,892-70% 1,345,737$5,622,112$24,815,5652
8/9/20096150,617-51% 1,496,354$2,755,553$27,571,1183
8/16/20097105,455-30% 1,601,809$1,988,544$29,559,6624
8/23/20091367,060-36% 1,668,869$1,278,546$30,838,2085
8/30/20092353,183-21% 1,722,052$1,028,086$31,866,2946
9/6/20092547,702-10% 1,769,754$937,263$32,803,5577
9/13/20091359,058+24% 1,828,812$1,019,465$33,823,0228
9/20/20092145,565-23% 1,874,377$788,548$34,611,5709
9/27/20092251,873+14% 1,926,250$897,776$35,509,34610
10/4/20092653,208+3% 1,979,458$912,299$36,421,64511
10/11/20092355,552+4% 2,035,010$897,331$37,318,97712
10/18/20092052,631-5% 2,087,641$817,954$38,136,93113
10/25/20091646,264-12% 2,133,905$718,943$38,855,87314
11/22/20093024,853 2,158,758$406,876$39,262,74918
2/21/20102350,218 2,483,467$529,740$44,002,59031
4/4/201013120,328 2,637,499$961,421$45,346,23837

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/26/20092323,224 323,224$7,983,645$7,983,6451
8/2/2009375,651-77% 398,876$1,847,410$9,831,0552
8/9/2009527,664-63% 426,540$663,653$10,494,7083
8/16/2009621,917-21% 448,456$525,795$11,020,5034
8/23/2009716,369-25% 464,825$392,694$11,413,1975
8/30/2009119,139-44% 473,964$219,244$11,632,4416
9/6/2009118,828-3% 482,792$219,908$11,852,3497
9/13/2009129,592+9% 492,384$229,932$12,082,2818
9/20/2009147,871-18% 500,255$177,010$12,259,2919
9/27/2009175,532-30% 505,787$124,407$12,383,69810
10/4/2009207,138+29% 512,925$160,526$12,544,22411
1/17/20101913,949 595,365$218,443$14,054,46626

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Cast

Dakota Fanning    Coraline Jones
Teri Hatcher    Mother, Other Mother
Jennifer Saunders    Miss Spink
Dawn French    Miss Forcible
Keith David    Cat
John Hodgman    Father, Other Father
Robert Bailey, Jr.    Wybie Lovat
Ian McShane    Mr. Bobinsky

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Henry Selick
Screenwriter    Henry Selick
Based on the Novel by    Neil Gaiman
Producer    Bill Mechanic
Producer    Claire Jennings
Producer    Henry Selick
Producer    Mary Sandell
Executive Producer    Michael Zoumas
Cinematographer    Pete Kozachik
Editor    Christopher Murrie
Composer    Ronald Sanders
Composer    Bruno Coulais
Production Designer    Henry Selick
Art Director    Bo Henry
Art Director    Tom Proost
Art Director    Phil Brotherton
Supervising Animator    Anthony Scott
Lead Animator    Travis Knight
Lead Animator    Trey Thomas
Lead Animator    Eric Leighton
Lead Animator    Phil Dale
Supervising Sound Editor    Ron Eng
Supervising Sound Editor    David A. Cohen
Sound Designer    Randy Thom
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Johnson
Re-recording Mixer    Randy Thom
Visual Effects Supervisor    Brian Van't Hul
Line Producer    Harry Linden
Assistant Director    Melissa St. Onge