Couples Retreat

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $109,205,660Details
International Box Office $63,244,763
Worldwide Box Office $172,450,423
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $38,935,374 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $7,665,126 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $46,600,500
Further financial details...

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

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
11% - Rotten
Audience
40% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 9th, 2009 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: February 9th, 2010 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and language (on appeal, originally rated R)
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Relativity Media, Stuber Pictures, Wild West Picture Show

DVD Sales: New Releases Fought the Law (and the Law Won)

While there were plenty of new releases reaching the top 30 on the sales chart this week, a holdover, Law Abiding Citizen, remained in top spot. During its second week of release it sold an additional 353,000 units, lifting its total to 1.18 million units sold and $11.97 million in total sales. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases are the Law

Only three new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart, and only one of those reached the top five. However, that film, Law Abiding Citizen, was able to win the race to the top with 830,000 units sold for opening week sale of $8.29 million. More...

DVD Sales: Couple New Releases Top Chart

There were plenty of new releases spread throughout the top 30 on this week's sales chart. Leading the way was Couples Retreat with 1.36 million units sold, generating $21.79 million in opening week sales. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 9th, 2010

Not a particularly great week for DVD or Blu-ray releases. The biggest movie to hit the home market is Couples Retreat, but it was a terrible movie and should be avoided at all costs. The best film coming out this week is A Serious Man and while the DVD is worth picking up, the Blu-ray is the better deal. However, the Pick of the Week goes to The Guild: Season Three, which is one of the funniest things on the Web. More...

International Details - Revenge Remains Popular

Arthur And The Revenge Of Maltazard fell out of the top five, but still did relatively well, earning $8.14 million on 2,198 screens in 19 markets for an early total of $23.58 million. In its native France it added $6.27 million on 925 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.57 million after two. This is not that much weaker than the original, which at this point had made just over $20 million in France. More...

International Details - Foreign Films are not Chicken

A number of international releases reached the top 30 this week, including Zweiohrkuken, a.k.a. The Chicken With Two Ears, from Germany, which placed sixth with $10.72 million on 839 screens in 3 markets. It made $9.39 million on 714 screens in its native market, which was easily enough for first place and more than twice what the original,Keinohrhasen, a.k.a., No Ear Hare, opened with in 2007. Keinohrhasen went on to earn $74 million worldwide, of which more than $60 million was earned in Germany. However, I don't think this film will have the same legs. That said, since it was written, directed, and stars Til Schweiger who was recently in Inglourious Basterds, it could earn see releases in more markets. More...

International Details: Assassin Takes on the Competition

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Ninja Assassin started its international run in sixth place with $5.30 million on 665 screens in 9 markets over the weekend for a total of $5.97 million. Most of those markets were in Asia, including South Korea, where it opened in second place with $2.97 million on 401 screens over the weekend and $3.55 million in total. More...

International Details - 51 Goes Planetwide

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Planet 51 started its international run in a limited fashion, but was only a little better than its domestic opening. Its biggest market was Russia, where it placed fourth with $1.49 million on 344 screens, which is on par with its opening here, perhaps a little bit stronger. The film also placed fourth in Italy with $1.16 million on 255 screens, which is again on par with the US, but perhaps a little weaker. Overall, it landed in sixth place with $3.22 million on 894 screens in 6 markets during its opening weekend, but should improve this weekend when it opens in Spain, Mexico, and Brazil. More...

International Top Five - 2012 Destroys Worldwide Competition

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2012 crushed the competition with $166.19 million on 12,943 screens in 76 markets and $231.43 million worldwide over its debut weekend. This is the fifth best international opening of all time, and is massively better than expected. The film's biggest market was Russia where it pulled in $16.31 million on 840 screens, while it topped $10 million in Germany ($12.53 million on 756 screens) and the U.K. ($10.83 million on 480 screens). Other major markets included Spain ($8.56 million on 606 screens), South Korea ($8.26 million on 855 screens over the weekend and $10.04 million in total), Italy ($7.64 million on 532), Australia ($5.67 million on 405), Brazil ($5.29 million on 550) and Mexico ($5.03 million on 780). More...

Millions Love the End of the World

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Great news at the box office, as the number one film topped expectations by a significant margin. In fact, the top three films all did much better than expected. On the down side, the rest of the films we talked about on Thursday struggled and this hurt the overall box office. The total take was up 16.9% from last weekend at $140 million, but this was 5.8% lower than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2009 has pulled in $8.91 billion, which is 7.0% higher than last year's pace, and by this time next week 2009 will be only the seventh year to cross $9 billion in total ticket sales. More...

International Details - Couples Charge Forward

Couples Retreat expanded this past weekend but just missed the top five with $5.84 million on 1,373 screens in 18 markets for a total of $28.92 million after a month of release. The film opened in third place in Germany under the name All Inclusive, with $2.55 million on 338 screens while it also took third place in Mexico with $446,000 on 235 screens. Next up for the film is Spain next weekend and Italy the weekend after that, while it doesn't end its run until March when it opens in France. More...

Weekend Estimates: Christmas Carol Looks to the Future

Disney's A Christmas Carol got off to a disappointing start over the weekend, according to studio estimates. While a $31 million debut is nothing to sniff at, it's well below expectations and might leave the movie outside the top 50 November weekends (see list). This might be a case of opening a Christmas movie too soon, and Disney will be looking for long legs through Thanksgiving and into the Holiday Season proper, so all is not lost yet, but the next couple of weeks will be key. More...

International Details - Not Taking Any Chances

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs fell out of the top five but still earned $5.18 million on 2568 screens in 39 markets for a total of $52.45 million so far. This was only 31% lower than last weekend, with no major market openings. In fact, the film doesn't have another major market opening till it debuts in Australia at the end of the month, while it still has openings in Italy and Spain by the end of the year, and it doesn't end its run till early next year with openings in Germany and some midlevel markets. More...

Experiencing It

It was a tough weekend at the box office, then again, that's always the case when Halloween lands on a weekend. Halloween in one of the worst days at the box office; it's almost as bad as Christmas Eve. And at least with Christmas Eve, you have Christmas Day to look forward to. The overall box office was down 21.8% from last weekend to just $91 million; however, that was 3.5% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 remains well head of 2008 at $8.56 billion to $7.95 billion. More...

International Details - An Ugly Milestone

The Ugly Truth reached a major milestone over the weekend with $5.75 million on 2046 screens in 55 markets for a total of $102.27 million internationally. Its biggest market of the weekend was Spain, where it added $1.86 million on 360 screens for a total of $5.17 million. With a debut in Italy a few weeks away, it will likely fall sharply next weekend, but should have no trouble earning $200 million worldwide before its run is over. More...

Will It Have a Good Start?

This Is It got off to a record-breaking start, kind of, while the rest of the top five will be filled with holdovers over Halloween weekend. This weekend last year Halloween was on a Friday, while this year it is on Saturday, neither of which help the box office one bit. But it won't take too much for the number one film this year to top the number one film from last year, and the rest of the box office should follow suit. More...

Saw Still Seen But Paranormal More Active

We had three wide releases this weekend, and not one of them matched expectations. Additionally, last week's number one film fell dramatically at the box office. This led to an equally dramatic decline at the box office with overall ticket sales at just $116 million. This is 16% lower than last weekend, but more importantly 13% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 still has a 7.6% lead over 2008 at $8.43 billion to $7.84 billion, which is a lead that might be insurmountable at this point. More...

International Top Five - Up Soars Higher

Up had its best weekend on the international stage thanks mainly to two factors: It's first place opening in Italy, and its first place hold in the U.K. In Italy the film opened with $6.67 million on 652 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.15 million, which is a little weaker than Ice Age but better than Transformers. It held on very well well in the U.K. down just 19% to $8.40 million on 746 screens over the weekend for a total of $22.62 million after just two weeks of release. Ny this time next week it could have more than Cars made in total in that market, while it should end its run somewhere between WALL-E ($41 million) and Ratatouille ($48 million). Overall the film added $29.77 million on 4602 screens in 26 markets for a total of $295.15 million internationally and $587.96 million worldwide and has very likely that the film has reached $300 million internationally. More...

International details - Agora Speaks to the Masses

Agora opened in first place in Spain and sixth place internationally with $7.90 million on 462 screens. This is great news, as the film cost $70 million to make and it will need a massive run to break even. It won't have to earn all of it in Spain, on the other hand, and should perform well throughout Europe and when it opens here. More...

Wild Ones Overrun Box Office

It was an excellent weekend at the box office even though the number one film didn't live up to me admittedly bullish expectations. It came close enough to be considered a hit, while the other two new releases topped expectations by substantial margins. Overall, $138 million was spent on movie tickets over the weekend, which was 26% higher than last weekend and more importantly 38% higher than the same weekend last year. So far this year, 2009 has earned $8.28 billion, which is 7.9% higher than 2008's pace. More...

How Wild Will the Box Office Be?

There are a trio of three wide releases this week, including one opening in close to 4,000 theaters. This time last year there were four wide releases, but none were sizable hits, which gives 2009 a great chance for expanding its lead over 2008 at the box office race. More...

Contest - No Retreat - Winning Announcement

The winners of our No Retreat contest were determined and they are... More...

Massive Activity on the Per Theater Chart

No less than six films broke the $10,000 per theater average barrier over the weekend. Paranormal Activity topped the per theater chart with its record-breaking weekend, earning an average of $49,379 in 160 theaters. An Education was relatively close behind with an average of $39,754 in 4 theaters, which is a spectacular result at any time. A Serious Man remained strong with an average of $21,872, which is enough to suggest further significant expansion over the coming weeks. The number one film at the box office, Couples Retreat, was next with an average of $11,429. Yes Men Fix the World and Bronson had nearly identical averages at $10,956 vs. $10,940. More...

Weekend Box Office Far From Normal

There was only one new release coming out this weekend, but it topped expectations, and there was a surprise film in the top five, and both these events helped the market as a whole earn $110 million over the weekend. This was 2.9% higher than last weekend and 7.7% higher than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2009 has now brought in $8.10 billion so far, which is 7.5% higher than the same pace last year. More...

Weekend Estimates: Couples Retreat, Paranormal Activity Star

The Columbus Day holiday weekend produced two big winners, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. At the top of the chart, Couples Retreat exceeded expectations with $35.3 million. A per theater average of nearly $12,000 for the poorly-reviewed comedy is a testament to Universal's marketing campaign and the box office power of its ensemble cast. A great marketing campaign from Paramount can also be attributed to the success of the weekend's other big success: Paranormal Activity, which jumped into the top 5 with an estimated $7.066 million in just 159 theaters. That's the smallest number of theaters for a movie to hit the top five ever, beating the performance of Platoon, which hit 4th place the weekend of January 16, 1987 playing in 174 theaters. More...

Competition Retreat from Weekend Race

There is only one wide release coming out this week, but at least it's a saturation level release, so it should be a major player. In fact, it could make more than the two biggest releases this week last year made combined, which could help 2009 end its mini-slump on the year-over-year comparison. More...

2009 Preview: October

September ended with a thud, but at least there's good news. September has finally ended. Last month more movies missed expectations that topped them, which has put a cooling effect on the overall box office and that could hurt the business going into this month. October should still be stronger than last month, and since October of last year wasn't particularly great, 2009 should at least maintain its lead over 2008 going into the holiday season, even if it isn't as strong every single week. More...

Contest - No Retreat

There's only one wide release next week, Couples Retreat, which makes it easy to pick the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Couples Retreat. 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 Important Things with Demetri Martin - Season One on DVD and One Step Beyond - Season One 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 Important Things with Demetri Martin - Season One on DVD and One Step Beyond - Season One on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/10/09 1 $12,478,510   3,000 $4,160   $12,478,510 1
2009/10/10 1 $13,379,125 +7% 3,000 $4,460   $25,857,635 2
2009/10/11 1 $8,429,105 -37% 3,000 $2,810   $34,286,740 3
2009/10/12 1 $4,006,225 -52% 3,000 $1,335   $38,292,965 4
2009/10/13 1 $2,580,555 -36% 3,000 $860   $40,873,520 5
2009/10/14 1 $2,281,425 -12% 3,000 $760   $43,154,945 6
2009/10/15 1 $2,235,400 -2% 3,000 $745   $45,390,345 7
2009/10/16 4 $5,792,505 +159% 3,009 $1,925   $51,182,850 8
2009/10/17 4 $7,643,005 +32% 3,009 $2,540   $58,825,855 9
2009/10/18 4 $3,791,880 -50% 3,009 $1,260   $62,617,735 10
2009/10/19 4 $1,083,705 -71% 3,009 $360   $63,701,440 11
2009/10/20 4 $1,203,335 +11% 3,009 $400   $64,904,775 12
2009/10/21 4 $1,097,900 -9% 3,009 $365   $66,002,675 13
2009/10/22 4 $1,113,525 +1% 3,009 $370   $67,116,200 14
2009/10/23 5 $3,642,690 +227% 3,074 $1,185   $70,758,890 15
2009/10/24 4 $4,826,180 +32% 3,074 $1,570   $75,585,070 16
2009/10/25 5 $2,151,815 -55% 3,074 $700   $77,736,885 17
2009/10/26 5 $691,650 -68% 3,074 $225   $78,428,535 18
2009/10/27 5 $799,565 +16% 3,074 $260   $79,228,100 19
2009/10/28 6 $646,005 -19% 3,074 $210   $79,874,105 20
2009/10/29 5 $691,650 +7% 3,074 $225   $80,565,755 21
2009/10/30 4 $2,390,540 +246% 3,026 $790   $82,956,295 22
2009/10/31 4 $2,224,110 -7% 3,026 $735   $85,180,405 23
2009/11/01 5 $1,845,875 -17% 3,026 $610   $87,026,280 24
2009/11/02 4 $590,070 -68% 3,026 $195   $87,616,350 25
2009/11/03 5 $680,850 +15% 3,026 $225   $88,297,200 26
2009/11/04 4 $588,590 -14% 3,026 $195   $88,885,790 27
2009/11/05 4 $665,720 +13% 3,026 $220   $89,551,510 28
2009/11/06 7 $2,028,470 +205% 2,857 $710   $91,579,980 29
2009/11/07 7 $2,885,570 +42% 2,857 $1,010   $94,465,550 30
2009/11/08 8 $1,215,005 -58% 2,857 $425   $95,680,555 31
2009/11/09 8 $385,695 -68% 2,857 $135   $96,066,250 32
2009/11/10 8 $600,450 +56% 2,857 $210   $96,666,700 33
2009/11/11 9 $799,425 +33% 2,857 $280   $97,466,125 34
2009/11/12 7 $414,265 -48% 2,857 $145   $97,880,390 35
2009/11/13 8 $1,417,585 +242% 2,509 $565   $99,297,975 36
2009/11/14 6 $1,957,020 +38% 2,509 $780   $101,254,995 37
2009/11/15 9 $790,335 -60% 2,509 $315   $102,045,330 38
2009/11/16 9 $250,865 -68% 2,509 $100   $102,296,195 39
2009/11/17 8 $275,990 +10% 2,509 $110   $102,572,185 40
2009/11/18 8 $263,505 -5% 2,509 $105   $102,835,690 41
2009/11/19 10 $213,265 -19% 2,509 $85   $103,048,955 42
2009/11/20 8 $650,560 +205% 1,712 $380   $103,699,515 43
2009/11/21 8 $898,755 +38% 1,712 $525   $104,598,270 44
2009/11/22 11 $393,760 -56% 1,712 $230   $104,992,030 45
2009/11/23 11 $162,640 -59% 1,712 $95   $105,154,670 46
2009/11/24 9 $231,120 +42% 1,712 $135   $105,385,790 47
2009/11/25 - $163,780 -29% 862 $190   $105,549,570 48
2009/11/26 - $189,640 +16% 862 $220   $105,739,210 49
2009/11/27 14 $383,225 +102% 862 $445   $106,122,435 50
2009/11/28 13 $418,300 +9% 862 $485   $106,540,735 51
2009/11/29 16 $159,470 -62% 862 $185   $106,700,205 52
2009/11/30 15 $51,720 -68% 862 $60   $106,751,925 53
2009/12/01 - $56,030 +8% 862 $65   $106,807,955 54
2009/12/02 - $56,285 n/c 862 $65   $106,864,240 55
2009/12/03 - $55,955 -1% 862 $65   $106,920,195 56
2009/12/04 - $105,995 +89% 432 $245   $107,026,190 57
2009/12/05 - $140,265 +32% 432 $325   $107,166,455 58
2009/12/06 - $66,745 -52% 432 $155   $107,233,200 59
2009/12/07 - $26,050 -61% 432 $60   $107,259,250 60
2009/12/08 - $25,705 -1% 432 $60   $107,284,955 61
2009/12/09 - $23,550 -8% 432 $55   $107,308,505 62
2009/12/10 - $25,910 +10% 432 $60   $107,334,415 63
2009/12/11 - $81,595 +215% 371 $220   $107,416,010 64
2009/12/12 - $115,010 +41% 371 $310   $107,531,020 65
2009/12/13 - $61,215 -47% 371 $165   $107,592,235 66
2009/12/14 - $24,280 -60% 371 $65   $107,616,515 67
2009/12/15 - $25,970 +7% 371 $70   $107,642,485 68
2009/12/16 - $24,125 -7% 371 $65   $107,666,610 69
2009/12/17 - $26,005 +8% 371 $70   $107,692,615 70
2009/12/18 - $53,005 +104% 294 $180   $107,745,620 71
2009/12/19 - $67,625 +28% 294 $230   $107,813,245 72
2009/12/20 - $49,980 -26% 294 $170   $107,863,225 73
2009/12/21 - $32,340 -35% 294 $110   $107,895,565 74
2009/12/22 - $33,810 +5% 294 $115   $107,929,375 75
2009/12/23 - $29,400 -13% 294 $100   $107,958,775 76
2009/12/24 - $13,230 -55% 294 $45   $107,972,005 77
2009/12/25 - $35,650 +169% 230 $155   $108,007,655 78
2009/12/26 - $70,155 +97% 230 $305   $108,077,810 79
2009/12/27 - $56,350 -20% 230 $245   $108,134,160 80
2009/12/28 - $40,250 -29% 230 $175   $108,174,410 81
2009/12/29 - $42,555 +6% 230 $185   $108,216,965 82
2009/12/30 - $44,850 +5% 230 $195   $108,261,815 83
2009/12/31 - $35,650 -21% 230 $155   $108,297,465 84
2010/01/01 - $81,095 +127% 222 $365   $108,378,560 85
2010/01/02 - $91,020 +12% 222 $410   $108,469,580 86
2010/01/03 - $42,180 -54% 222 $190   $108,511,760 87
2010/01/04 - $18,870 -55% 222 $85   $108,530,630 88
2010/01/05 - $19,980 +6% 222 $90   $108,550,610 89
2010/01/06 - $17,760 -11% 222 $80   $108,568,370 90
2010/01/07 - $15,540 -13% 222 $70   $108,583,910 91
2010/01/08 - $45,310 +192% 197 $230   $108,629,220 92
2010/01/09 - $66,980 +48% 197 $340   $108,696,200 93
2010/01/10 - $35,460 -47% 197 $180   $108,731,660 94
2010/01/11 - $11,820 -67% 197 $60   $108,743,480 95
2010/01/12 - $13,755 +16% 197 $70   $108,757,235 96
2010/01/13 - $13,745 n/c 197 $70   $108,770,980 97
2010/01/14 - $13,845 +1% 197 $70   $108,784,825 98
2010/01/15 - $37,180 +169% 169 $220   $108,822,005 99
2010/01/16 - $53,235 +43% 169 $315   $108,875,240 100
2010/01/17 - $36,335 -32% 169 $215   $108,911,575 101
2010/01/18 39 $19,435 -47% 169 $115   $108,931,010 102
2010/01/19 - $9,295 -52% 169 $55   $108,940,305 103
2010/01/20 - $8,450 -9% 169 $50   $108,948,755 104
2010/01/21 - $9,305 +10% 169 $55   $108,958,060 105
2010/01/22 - $33,755 +263% 157 $215   $108,991,815 106
2010/01/23 - $53,380 +58% 157 $340   $109,045,195 107
2010/01/24 - $20,410 -62% 157 $130   $109,065,605 108
2010/01/25 - $7,065 -65% 157 $45   $109,072,670 109
2010/01/26 - $7,850 +11% 157 $50   $109,080,520 110
2010/01/27 - $7,825 n/c 157 $50   $109,088,345 111
2010/01/28 - $7,905 +1% 157 $50   $109,096,250 112
2010/01/29 - $23,785 +201% 144 $165   $109,120,035 113
2010/01/30 - $38,200 +61% 144 $265   $109,158,235 114
2010/01/31 - $17,980 -53% 144 $125   $109,176,215 115
2010/02/01 - $6,480 -64% 144 $45   $109,182,695 116
2010/02/02 - $7,195 +11% 144 $50   $109,189,890 117
2010/02/03 - $7,920 +10% 144 $55   $109,197,810 118
2010/02/04 - $7,850 -1% 144 $55   $109,205,660 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/10/09 1 $34,286,740   3,000 $11,429   $34,286,740 3
2009/10/16 4 $17,227,390 -50% 3,009 $5,725   $62,617,735 10
2009/10/23 5 $10,620,685 -38% 3,074 $3,455   $77,736,885 17
2009/10/30 4 $6,460,525 -39% 3,026 $2,135   $87,026,280 24
2009/11/06 7 $6,129,045 -5% 2,857 $2,145   $95,680,555 31
2009/11/13 7 $4,164,940 -32% 2,509 $1,660   $102,045,330 38
2009/11/20 8 $1,943,075 -53% 1,712 $1,135   $104,992,030 45
2009/11/27 14 $960,995 -51% 862 $1,115   $106,700,205 52
2009/12/04 20 $313,005 -67% 432 $725   $107,233,200 59
2009/12/11 19 $257,820 -18% 371 $695   $107,592,235 66
2009/12/18 23 $170,610 -34% 294 $580   $107,863,225 73
2009/12/25 29 $162,155 -5% 230 $705   $108,134,160 80
2010/01/01 29 $214,295 +32% 222 $965   $108,511,760 87
2010/01/08 30 $147,750 -31% 197 $750   $108,731,660 94
2010/01/15 31 $126,750 -14% 169 $750   $108,911,575 101
2010/01/22 36 $107,545 -15% 157 $685   $109,065,605 108
2010/01/29 40 $79,965 -26% 144 $555   $109,176,215 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/14/201011,293,496 1,293,496$20,683,001$20,683,0011
2/21/20104275,909-79% 1,569,405$4,411,785$25,094,7862
2/28/20103162,402-41% 1,731,807$2,596,808$27,691,5943
3/7/20106105,888-35% 1,837,695$1,693,149$29,384,7434
3/14/20101569,652-34% 1,907,347$1,113,735$30,498,4795
3/21/20102548,039-31% 1,955,386$832,035$31,330,5146
3/28/20102741,730-13% 1,997,116$714,835$32,045,3497
4/11/20103021,857 2,037,505$332,226$32,710,9669

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/14/20101232,513 232,513$5,045,532$5,045,5321
2/21/2010349,424-79% 281,937$1,018,634$6,064,1662
2/28/20101624,625-50% 306,562$541,504$6,605,6703
3/7/20101510,947-56% 317,509$240,727$6,846,3974

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Cast

Vince Vaughn    Dave
Jason Bateman    Jason
Jon Favreau    Joey
Faizon Love    Shane
Kristin Davis    Lucy
Malin Ackerman    Ronnie
Kristen Bell    Cynthia
Kali Hawk    Trudy
Temuera Morrison    Briggs
Jean Reno    Marcel
Tasha Smith   
Carlos Ponce    Salvadore
Peter Serafinowicz   
John Michael Higgins   
Ken Jeong   
Charlotte Cornwell   
Amy Hill   
Jonna Walsh   
Gattlin Griffith   
Colin Baiocchhi   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Peter Billingsley
Screenwriter    Jon Favreau
Screenwriter    Dana Fox
Screenwriter    Vince Vaughn
Producer    Vince Vaughn
Producer    Scott Stuber
Executive Producer    Victoria Vaughn
Executive Producer    Guy Riedel
Co-Producer    Jon Isbell
Cinematographer    Eric Edwards
Editor    Dan Lebental
Composer    A.R. Rahman
Music Supervisor    John O'Brien
Production Designer    Shepherd Frankel
Art Director    Curt Beech
Art Director    Clint Wallace
Set Decorator    Dan Clancy
Costume Designer    Susan Matheson
Sound Mixer    Steve Cantamessa
Supervising Sound Editor    Terry Rodman
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Pederson
Re-recording Mixer    Brad Sherman
Assistant Director    Rip Murray
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn
Set Designer    Easton Smith