Crazy Heart

Crazy Heart poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $39,471,742Details
International Box Office $7,945,509
Worldwide Box Office $47,417,251
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $15,832,364 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,412,886 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $19,245,250
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
76% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$8,500,000
Theatrical Release: December 16th, 2009 (Limited) by Fox Searchlight
Video Release: April 20th, 2010 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R For language and brief sexuality
Keywords: Music Industry, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: New Releases Fail to Overtake Avatar

This week's selection of new releases were relatively slim, leaving Avatar on top of the DVD Sales Chart. Over its first full week of release, the film sold 1.77 million units, lifting its total to 5.73 million units and $96.22 million in consumer spending at retail. It is already the second best selling DVD of 2010 and it might take top spot in as few as two weeks. More...

DVD Sales: Avatar Annihilates Competition, Records

After two weeks of soft sales by new releases, this week's DVD sales chart was dominated by a new release, namely Avatar. That film sold 3.96 million units, generating $75.87 million in sales. This performance was made even more impressive, since the DVD was released on the 22nd, meaning it was only for sale for three days instead of the customary five days for the opening week of sales. In those three days, the film has become the third best selling DVD of 2010 in terms of units sold and second best in terms of dollars generated. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 20th, 2010

Paradoxically, this is arguably the biggest week of the year on the home market, as well as one of the slowest. It is the biggest because it marks the release of Avatar on DVD and Blu-ray. However, it is also one of the slowest, because Avatar scared away a lot of other releases. Looking down the list of top sellers and it isn't long before you find busted Oscar bait, TV movies, Direct-to-DVD releases, etc. I expect records could be broken this week, but it is a top-heavy list. As for Pick of the Week contenders, Avatar is obviously a contender, but I'm holding off until the screener arrives. More...

Lots of Green for Greenberg on the Per Theater Chart

Greenberg easily led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $39,384 in three theaters. This was more than twice as much as the second place movie, City Island, which averaged $16,001 in two theaters. Hubble 3D was the last film in the $10,000 club with an average of $10,536 per theater, while The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo just missed that mark with an average of $9,868. More...

Alice Overtakes Kells on the Per Theater Chart

Just like last week, there were only two films to top $10,000 on the per theater chart. In fact, these were the same two films that managed the same feat last week. However, they finished in the opposite order with Alice in Wonderland taking the top spot with an average of $16,822 per theater while The Secret of Kells earned $12,537 in one theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: Alice in Box Office Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland blasted into the record books with a huge $116.3 million opening weekend, according to Disney's Sunday estimate. Among other notable records, it's on track to break the record for the biggest weekend by a non-sequel (overtaking Spider-Man). It's also the biggest weekend in the first quarter of the third, and only the third movie to top $100 million outside of the Summer season. The combination of 3D and Tim Burton couldn't have been better timed for Disney. More...

Oscar Predictions: Avatar Marginal Favorite for Best Picture

The Numbers' annual Oscar polls have proved to be remarkably accurate predictors of the final results on Oscar night. We call results based on the hundreds of The Numbers readers who vote in our Predict the Oscars competition.

We've received all the votes now, and are ready to make predictions in all categories. Percentage figures are the percentage of The Numbers readers who believe a movie or performance will win. They are a rough guide to how likely a particular movie is to win in a category. More...

Awards Season - And the Oscar Goes To...

The Oscars are being handed out as we speak and I will be updating our list of nominees with some of the winners as they happen. So far we've seen a few awards handed out, but no surprises. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Supporting Actress

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Supporting Actress, which is not a very competitive category. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Actor

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Actor in a Lead Role, which is yet another category with a runaway favorite. More...

Awards Season: Independents are Precious

While the Independent Spirit Awards are one of the first to announce their nominations, they are one of the last to hand out the awards. This year the clear winner was Precious, which swept all five categories it was nominated for. However, it wasn't the only winner. More...

Writer Still Profitable

Ghost Writer remained in first place on the per theater chart with an average of $18,350, which is a strong hold from its opening last week despite expanding its theater count from 4 to 43. Just a hair behind was A Prophet, which opened in second place with an average of $18,197 in 9 theaters. The only other film in the $10,000 club was Art of the Steal with an average of $13,006 in 3 theaters. More...

Ghost Haunts the Top of the Per Theater Chart

Showing once again that there's no such thing as bad publicity, Ghost Writer topped the per theater chart with an average of $45,752 in four theaters during its opening weekend. It will be interesting to see if it can maintain this momentum going forward. Shutter Island was the only other film in the $10,000 club, earning an average of $13,729 in nearly 3,000 theaters on its way to the number one spot on the overall chart. More...

Weekend Estimates: Scorsese Scores Best Opening

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio both enjoyed record openings this weekend as Shutter Island made an excellent debut, according to Paramount's estimates released on Sunday. With $40.2 million in the bank so far, the thriller will most likely be among the ten biggest openers in February, and decent word-of-mouth will most likely propel it past $100 million at the box office. More...

My Name is King of the Per Theater Chart

My Name is Khan beat expectations by a large margin with an average of $16,200 in 120 theaters over the three-day weekend and $18,875 million over four. The overall box office champ, Valentine's Day, placed second with an average of $15,351 over the three-day weekend. The Red Riding Trilogy held on strong with averages of $13,374 / $17,056. The re-release of Ran took in $10,128 from Friday to Sunday and $13,470 including Monday in its lone theater. More...

Red Riding in the Black on the Per Theater Chart

The The Red Riding Trilogy opened on top of the per theater chart with $14,526 in one theater, but that was all three shows for one ticket. On the one hand, the higher ticket price would help its average. On the other hand, the long running time is a large impediment. Ajami opened in second place with an average of $11,931 while Terribly Happy was just behind with $11,650. The overall box office leader, Dear John, was the final film to reach the $10,000 mark with an average of $10,262. More...

Saint of the Per Theater Chart

Saint John of Las Vegas rode an impressive cast to the top of the per theater chart with an average of $10,833, but given its reviews, I don't think it will stick around much longer. On the other hand, Avatar has been on this list for seven weeks now earning an average $10,176 this past weekend. However, unless the Oscar nominations help it at the box office, this will be the last time it appears on this list. 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...

Weekend Estimates: Avatar Hits $2 Billion with Seventh Weekend Win

Another weekend, another set of records for Avatar. In fact, there aren't many that it's left to break now, but it did reach one milestone that no movie has ever achieved before this weekend: $2 billion in global box office receipts. Its worldwide total now stands at an estimated $2.039 billion thanks to another big weekend both at home and abroad. In North America, it scored $30 million, according to Fox's Sunday estimates, to take it to $594.4 million in total. That will give it the biggest seventh weekend in history (see chart), and is down just 14% from last weekend. At this rate, it will overtake Titanic and become the top-grossing movie in North America on Tuesday or Wednesday this week. More...

Per Theater Chart is Crazy

Crazy Heart climbed to first place on the per theater chart with an average of $14,551 in 93 theaters. I think you could officially say it is earning some measure of mainstream success, while further wins during Awards Season will only help it grow. The Last Station slipped to second with an average of $12,409, but it also more than doubled its theater count, which is a good sign moving forward. Avatar was the only other film to top $10,000 on the per theater chart, earning an average of $11,125 in more than 3,000 theaters. More...

Weekend Estimates: Avatar Moves to No.2 with Record Sixth Weekend

The Avatar juggernaut rolled on this weekend, as it left The Dark Knight in its wake to become the second-highest grossing movie in North America box office history, according to Fox's estimates released on Sunday morning. Its $36 million haul is the biggest sixth weekend in history (see chart), and its still earning about $10 million a weekend than Titanic was a this stage of its run, so the all-time record (see chart) is now assured. More...

Awards Season: Inglourious Winners

There were few surprises when the SAG awards were handed out this weekend, and no film dominated the night. Only one film, Inglourious Basterds, won more than one award, while most of the winners lined up with those handed out at other awards ceremonies so far this season. More...

Last Finishes First on the Per Theater Chart

The Last Station started its run on top of the per theater chart with an average of $24,574 in three theaters, which was nearly double its nearest competitor. That film was Crazy Heart, which remained in second place with an average of $13,776. That was a decline of just 1.6% from last weekend despite some significant expansion. With a couple of Golden Globe wins, there's little doubt it will remain in theaters for some time to come. Fish Tank was in a virtual tie with an average of $13,750 in two theaters; in fact, since that is still an estimate, it might climb into second place. On the other hand, since Avatar was right behind with $13,025, it could slip a spot. The final film in the $10,000 club was The Book of Eli with an average of $10,540, which was better than expected. More...

Awards Season: Avatar Has a Golden Night

Some might debate the predictive value of The Golden Globes. After all, they don't have all of the same categories as the Oscars, and the results for Best Picture in particular have varied from the Oscar result many times over the years. However, it is hard to argue with the free publicity a film gets from winning, and the big winner tonight was Avatar. More...

Awards Season: WGA Nominations are Written in Stone

The WGA announced their nominations this week, which include eleven awards, three of which are for theatrical releases. More...

Avatar Still Filling Theaters

Avatar returned to the top of the per theater chart thanks to its record-breaking weekend result. It earned more than $50 million in 3,422 theaters for an average of $14,701. Crazy Heart was very close behind with an average of $14,004 in 33 theaters, which suggests further room to expand. Likewise, The Lovely Bones could do reasonably well this Friday when it expands after pulling in an average of $12,857 this weekend; however, there is a note of caution, as the film is still playing in only three theaters. More...

Imaginarium Tops the Per Theater Chart

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus topped the per theater chart this weekend, based on reports from theaters in the United States. The film earned $128,000 in 4 theaters for an average of $31,909, which is roughly what it made last weekend. It is also playing in many more theaters in Canada, but numbers have not been reported from those locations, at least so far this week. The final figures may therefore, as last week, push the final average down considerably. Second place went to to Lovely Bones, which climbed more than 54% to an average of $21,559 in three theaters. This is excellent news for its planned expansion in a couple of weeks, assuming it doesn't fall by the same amount next week. White Ribbon opened next with an average of $19,949, also in three theaters. The overall number one film, Avatar, was just a fraction behind, earning an average of $19,789. At this point, we've nearly run out of superlatives to describe the film's box office run and it is far from over. Crazy Heart saw growth over the weekend, up 38% to an average of $18,416. 3 Idiots expanded somewhat and earned a very impressive average of $11,322 in 132 theaters. A Single Man returned to the $10,000 club with an average of $10,586 in 46 theaters. The final film in the $10,000 club was Sherlock Holmes, which fell sharply but still managed an average of $10,097. More...

Avatar Repeats its Win on the Per Theater Chart

As it did on the overall chart, Avatar led the way on the per theater chart, earning an average of $21,880. Second place went to the overall second place film, Sherlock Holmes, which pulled in an average of $18,031. 3 Idiots did something most Bollywood films don't manage to do, namely top $10,000 on the per theater chart. Additionally, it was a wider release than most of its compadres, which makes this opening even more impressive. Crazy Heart expanded somewhat, but still remained strong with an average of $13,321 and this makes hitting milestones much more likely. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel was the third wide release to crack $10,000 with an average of $13,210. Finally we get to Lovely Bones, which is down to an estimated average of $12,667. This is roughly a third of its opening weekend average and it still hasn't expanded, which doesn't bode well. More...

The Whole Nine Yards on the Per Theater Chart

Like last week, the number one film on the per theater chart managed that feat despite mixed reviews. This week it was Nine, which opened with an average of $64,308, but I am concerned about its ability to expand, especially if its word-of-mouth match its reviews. The number one film on the overall chart, Avatar, placed second with $22,313 while Crazy Heart was not that far behind with an average of $20,666. Up in the Air's expansion continues but it remained strong on the per theater chart with an average of $18,344 in 175 theaters. Finally, Lovely Bones saw its average plummet this weekend to $15,032, which is more than 60% lower than last weekend. Had this been accompanied by an expansion this wouldn't be an issue, but it is still playing in just three theaters. More...

Limited Releases get to the Heart of Awards Season

Just a few limited releases on this week's list; however, all three have Awards Season aspirations, and all three have already picked up at least a one major nomination. That said, the usual caveats with regards to limited releases expanding wide still apply. Even though they have a lot of buzz, they have even more competition. More...

Awards Season: SAG Splits Up the Nominations

The SAG nominations were announced this week, and the trend of the year continues with Up in the Air leading the way, but no one film dominating. This time around Up in the Air was in a three-way tie with Inglourious Basterds and Precious, which makes the race even more interesting. 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...

Awards Season - Precious and Station Lead Independent Spirit Awards

As always, the Independent Spirit Awards represent the unofficial start of Awards Season with the announcement of their nominations. This year The Last Station and Precious topped the list of nominees with five each. For the former, it should help build buzz for its 2010 release. For the latter, it is the first step towards possible Awards Season glory and further enhances its already lofty box office potential. More...

Cast

Jeff Bridges    Bad Blake
Maggie Gyllenhaal    Jean Craddock
Colin Farrell    Tommy Sweet
Robert Duvall    Wayne Kramer
Beth Grant    JoAnne
Sarah Jane Morris    Marissa Reynolds
Annie Corley    Donna
Tom Bower    Bill Wilson

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Scott Cooper

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/16 - $12,657   4 $3,164   $12,657 1
2009/12/17 - $12,675 n/c 4 $3,169   $25,332 2
2009/12/18 - $24,806 +96% 4 $6,202   $50,138 3
2009/12/19 - $32,424 +31% 4 $8,106   $82,562 4
2009/12/20 - $25,434 -22% 4 $6,359   $107,996 5
2009/12/21 - $11,156 -56% 4 $2,789   $119,152 6
2009/12/22 - $12,991 +16% 4 $3,248   $132,143 7
2009/12/23 - $13,493 +4% 4 $3,373   $145,636 8
2009/12/24 - $18,942 +40% 4 $4,736   $164,578 9
2009/12/25 - $54,083 +186% 12 $4,507   $218,661 10
2009/12/26 - $57,330 +6% 12 $4,778   $275,991 11
2009/12/27 - $48,437 -16% 12 $4,036   $324,428 12
2009/12/28 - $35,852 -26% 12 $2,988   $360,280 13
2009/12/29 - $35,780 n/c 12 $2,982   $396,060 14
2009/12/30 - $40,721 +14% 12 $3,393   $436,781 15
2009/12/31 - $44,419 +9% 12 $3,702   $481,200 16
2010/01/01 - $83,294 +88% 12 $6,941   $564,494 17
2010/01/02 - $88,261 +6% 12 $7,355   $652,755 18
2010/01/03 - $49,433 -44% 12 $4,119   $702,188 19
2010/01/04 - $19,923 -60% 12 $1,660   $722,111 20
2010/01/05 - $20,591 +3% 12 $1,716   $742,702 21
2010/01/06 - $22,425 +9% 12 $1,869   $765,127 22
2010/01/07 - $19,494 -13% 12 $1,625   $784,621 23
2010/01/08 - $121,015 +521% 33 $3,667   $905,636 24
2010/01/09 - $199,978 +65% 33 $6,060   $1,105,614 25
2010/01/10 - $141,133 -29% 33 $4,277   $1,246,747 26
2010/01/11 - $42,932 -70% 33 $1,301   $1,289,679 27
2010/01/12 - $44,375 +3% 33 $1,345   $1,334,054 28
2010/01/13 - $47,007 +6% 33 $1,424   $1,381,061 29
2010/01/14 - $46,535 -1% 33 $1,410   $1,427,596 30
2010/01/15 - $164,409 +253% 47 $3,498   $1,592,005 31
2010/01/16 - $284,165 +73% 47 $6,046   $1,876,170 32
2010/01/17 - $198,899 -30% 47 $4,232   $2,075,069 33
2010/01/18 15 $210,896 +6% 47 $4,487   $2,285,965 34
2010/01/19 - $79,234 -62% 47 $1,686   $2,365,199 35
2010/01/20 - $73,903 -7% 47 $1,572   $2,439,102 36
2010/01/21 - $73,373 -1% 47 $1,561   $2,512,475 37
2010/01/22 - $357,174 +387% 93 $3,841   $2,869,649 38
2010/01/23 - $660,280 +85% 93 $7,100   $3,529,929 39
2010/01/24 - $335,760 -49% 93 $3,610   $3,865,689 40
2010/01/25 - $113,929 -66% 93 $1,225   $3,979,618 41
2010/01/26 - $136,665 +20% 93 $1,470   $4,116,283 42
2010/01/27 - $117,956 -14% 93 $1,268   $4,234,239 43
2010/01/28 - $113,895 -3% 93 $1,225   $4,348,134 44
2010/01/29 14 $566,472 +397% 239 $2,370   $4,914,606 45
2010/01/30 14 $1,059,471 +87% 239 $4,433   $5,974,077 46
2010/01/31 15 $683,302 -36% 239 $2,859   $6,657,379 47
2010/02/01 - $187,819 -73% 239 $786   $6,845,198 48
2010/02/02 13 $225,981 +20% 239 $946   $7,071,179 49
2010/02/03 12 $238,254 +5% 239 $997   $7,309,433 50
2010/02/04 12 $228,297 -4% 239 $955   $7,537,730 51
2010/02/05 8 $1,087,578 +376% 819 $1,328   $8,625,308 52
2010/02/06 8 $1,803,606 +66% 819 $2,202   $10,428,914 53
2010/02/07 9 $676,487 -62% 819 $826   $11,105,401 54
2010/02/08 9 $342,318 -49% 819 $418   $11,447,719 55
2010/02/09 7 $383,879 +12% 819 $469   $11,831,598 56
2010/02/10 7 $328,210 -15% 819 $401   $12,159,808 57
2010/02/11 8 $367,167 +12% 819 $448   $12,526,975 58
2010/02/12 9 $873,584 +138% 1,005 $869   $13,400,559 59
2010/02/13 9 $1,698,591 +94% 1,005 $1,690   $15,099,150 60
2010/02/14 9 $1,693,814 n/c 1,005 $1,685   $16,792,964 61
2010/02/15 9 $716,073 -58% 1,005 $713   $17,509,037 62
2010/02/16 8 $371,792 -48% 1,005 $370   $17,880,829 63
2010/02/17 8 $336,516 -9% 1,005 $335   $18,217,345 64
2010/02/18 9 $342,853 +2% 1,005 $341   $18,560,198 65
2010/02/19 8 $760,280 +122% 1,089 $698   $19,320,478 66
2010/02/20 8 $1,393,387 +83% 1,089 $1,280   $20,713,865 67
2010/02/21 8 $810,919 -42% 1,089 $745   $21,524,784 68
2010/02/22 7 $257,064 -68% 1,089 $236   $21,781,848 69
2010/02/23 7 $262,995 +2% 1,089 $242   $22,044,843 70
2010/02/24 7 $263,182 n/c 1,089 $242   $22,308,025 71
2010/02/25 7 $239,087 -9% 1,089 $220   $22,547,112 72
2010/02/26 10 $619,824 +159% 1,148 $540   $23,166,936 73
2010/02/27 10 $1,224,700 +98% 1,148 $1,067   $24,391,636 74
2010/02/28 10 $617,860 -50% 1,148 $538   $25,009,496 75
2010/03/01 9 $210,706 -66% 1,148 $184   $25,220,202 76
2010/03/02 9 $318,495 +51% 1,148 $277   $25,538,697 77
2010/03/03 8 $338,563 +6% 1,148 $295   $25,877,260 78
2010/03/04 8 $342,151 +1% 1,148 $298   $26,219,411 79
2010/03/05 10 $925,749 +171% 1,274 $727   $27,145,160 80
2010/03/06 9 $1,621,180 +75% 1,274 $1,273   $28,766,340 81
2010/03/07 9 $765,662 -53% 1,274 $601   $29,532,002 82
2010/03/08 7 $377,971 -51% 1,274 $297   $29,909,973 83
2010/03/09 7 $428,766 +13% 1,274 $337   $30,338,739 84
2010/03/10 7 $351,873 -18% 1,274 $276   $30,690,612 85
2010/03/11 7 $387,493 +10% 1,274 $304   $31,078,105 86
2010/03/12 11 $873,597 +125% 1,361 $642   $31,951,702 87
2010/03/13 12 $1,369,584 +57% 1,361 $1,006   $33,321,286 88
2010/03/14 12 $762,366 -44% 1,361 $560   $34,083,652 89
2010/03/15 12 $240,283 -68% 1,361 $177   $34,323,935 90
2010/03/16 12 $264,253 +10% 1,361 $194   $34,588,188 91
2010/03/17 12 $222,771 -16% 1,361 $164   $34,810,959 92
2010/03/18 12 $223,935 +1% 1,361 $165   $35,034,894 93
2010/03/19 16 $371,432 +66% 1,154 $322   $35,406,326 94
2010/03/20 14 $633,777 +71% 1,154 $549   $36,040,103 95
2010/03/21 14 $390,178 -38% 1,154 $338   $36,430,281 96
2010/03/22 14 $131,370 -66% 1,154 $114   $36,561,651 97
2010/03/23 14 $135,520 +3% 1,154 $117   $36,697,171 98
2010/03/24 14 $123,113 -9% 1,154 $107   $36,820,284 99
2010/03/25 14 $134,688 +9% 1,154 $117   $36,954,972 100
2010/03/26 - $223,427 +66% 849 $263   $37,178,399 101
2010/03/27 - $351,051 +57% 849 $413   $37,529,450 102
2010/03/28 - $216,778 -38% 849 $255   $37,746,228 103
2010/03/29 - $79,427 -63% 849 $94   $37,825,655 104
2010/03/30 - $80,195 +1% 849 $94   $37,905,850 105
2010/03/31 - $63,863 -20% 738 $87   $37,969,713 106
2010/04/01 - $58,828 -8% 738 $80   $38,028,541 107
2010/04/02 - $110,900 +89% 435 $255   $38,139,441 108
2010/04/03 - $131,020 +18% 435 $301   $38,270,461 109
2010/04/04 - $79,094 -40% 435 $182   $38,349,555 110
2010/04/05 - $34,597 -56% 435 $80   $38,384,152 111
2010/04/06 - $37,443 +8% 435 $86   $38,421,595 112
2010/04/07 - $37,376 n/c 435 $86   $38,458,971 113
2010/04/08 - $38,258 +2% 435 $88   $38,497,229 114
2010/04/09 - $83,628 +119% 362 $231   $38,580,857 115
2010/04/10 - $133,185 +59% 362 $368   $38,714,042 116
2010/04/11 - $60,506 -55% 362 $167   $38,774,548 117
2010/04/12 - $23,367 -61% 362 $65   $38,797,915 118
2010/04/13 - $30,397 +30% 362 $84   $38,828,312 119
2010/04/14 - $24,920 -18% 362 $69   $38,853,232 120
2010/04/15 - $26,745 +7% 362 $74   $38,879,977 121
2010/04/16 - $48,009 +80% 239 $201   $38,927,986 122
2010/04/17 - $84,804 +77% 239 $355   $39,012,790 123
2010/04/18 - $42,057 -50% 239 $176   $39,054,847 124
2010/04/19 - $16,303 -61% 239 $68   $39,071,150 125
2010/04/20 - $17,433 +7% 239 $73   $39,088,583 126
2010/04/21 - $17,010 -2% 239 $71   $39,105,593 127
2010/04/22 - $15,364 -10% 239 $64   $39,120,957 128
2010/04/23 - $28,656 +87% 165 $174   $39,149,613 129
2010/04/24 - $48,735 +70% 165 $295   $39,198,348 130
2010/04/25 - $26,914 -45% 165 $163   $39,225,262 131
2010/04/26 - $8,851 -67% 165 $54   $39,234,113 132
2010/04/27 - $11,137 +26% 165 $67   $39,245,250 133
2010/04/28 - $8,630 -23% 165 $52   $39,253,880 134
2010/04/29 - $8,720 +1% 165 $53   $39,262,600 135
2010/04/30 - $18,466 +112% 118 $156   $39,281,066 136
2010/05/01 - $29,600 +60% 118 $251   $39,310,666 137
2010/05/02 - $16,504 -44% 118 $140   $39,327,170 138
2010/05/03 - $8,991 -46% 118 $76   $39,336,161 139
2010/05/04 - $8,106 -10% 118 $69   $39,344,267 140
2010/05/05 - $7,212 -11% 118 $61   $39,351,479 141
2010/05/06 - $8,561 +19% 118 $73   $39,360,040 142
2010/05/07 - $10,520 +23% 75 $140   $39,370,560 143
2010/05/08 - $16,253 +54% 75 $217   $39,386,813 144
2010/05/09 - $10,252 -37% 75 $137   $39,397,065 145
2010/05/10 - $3,634 -65% 75 $48   $39,400,699 146
2010/05/11 - $5,790 +59% 75 $77   $39,406,489 147
2010/05/12 - $6,018 +4% 75 $80   $39,412,507 148
2010/05/13 - $5,234 -13% 75 $70   $39,417,741 149
2010/05/14 - $5,775 +10% 50 $116   $39,423,516 150
2010/05/15 - $9,121 +58% 50 $182   $39,432,637 151
2010/05/16 - $3,986 -56% 50 $80   $39,436,623 152
2010/05/17 - $2,269 -43% 50 $45   $39,438,892 153
2010/05/18 - $2,693 +19% 50 $54   $39,441,585 154
2010/05/19 - $2,416 -10% 50 $48   $39,444,001 155
2010/05/20 - $2,631 +9% 50 $53   $39,446,632 156
2010/05/21 - $2,591 -2% 28 $93   $39,449,223 157
2010/05/22 - $3,349 +29% 28 $120   $39,452,572 158
2010/05/23 - $2,503 -25% 28 $89   $39,455,075 159
2010/05/24 - $658 -74% 28 $24   $39,455,733 160
2010/05/25 - $1,122 +71% 28 $40   $39,456,855 161
2010/05/26 - $959 -15% 28 $34   $39,457,814 162
2010/05/27 - $1,061 +11% 28 $38   $39,458,875 163
2010/05/31 84 $454   7 $65   $39,462,438 167

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/18 31 $82,664   4 $20,666   $107,996 5
2009/12/25 30 $159,850 +93% 12 $13,321   $324,428 12
2010/01/01 28 $220,988 +38% 12 $18,416   $702,188 19
2010/01/08 19 $462,126 +109% 33 $14,004   $1,246,747 26
2010/01/15 19 $647,473 +40% 47 $13,776   $2,075,069 33
2010/01/22 16 $1,353,214 +109% 93 $14,551   $3,865,689 40
2010/01/29 14 $2,309,245 +71% 239 $9,662   $6,657,379 47
2010/02/05 8 $3,567,671 +54% 819 $4,356   $11,105,401 54
2010/02/12 9 $4,265,989 +20% 1,005 $4,245   $16,792,964 61
2010/02/19 8 $2,964,586 -31% 1,089 $2,722   $21,524,784 68
2010/02/26 10 $2,462,384 -17% 1,148 $2,145   $25,009,496 75
2010/03/05 9 $3,312,591 +35% 1,274 $2,600   $29,532,002 82
2010/03/12 12 $3,005,547 -9% 1,361 $2,208   $34,083,652 89
2010/03/19 15 $1,395,387 -54% 1,154 $1,209   $36,430,281 96
2010/03/26 16 $791,256 -43% 849 $932   $37,746,228 103
2010/04/02 22 $321,014 -59% 435 $738   $38,349,555 110
2010/04/09 22 $277,319 -14% 362 $766   $38,774,548 117
2010/04/16 28 $174,870 -37% 239 $732   $39,054,847 124
2010/04/23 34 $104,305 -40% 165 $632   $39,225,262 131
2010/04/30 43 $64,570 -38% 118 $547   $39,327,170 138
2010/05/07 47 $37,025 -43% 75 $494   $39,397,065 145
2010/05/14 54 $18,882 -49% 50 $378   $39,436,623 152
2010/05/21 68 $8,443 -55% 28 $302   $39,455,075 159
2010/05/28 80 $3,109 -63% 7 $444   $39,461,984 166

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/25/20102372,709 372,709$7,129,923$7,129,9231
5/2/20104102,174-73% 474,883$1,838,110$8,968,0332
5/9/20101167,865-34% 542,748$1,220,891$10,188,9253
5/16/20101742,446-37% 585,194$763,604$10,952,5284
5/23/20102232,520-23% 617,714$599,018$11,551,5475
5/30/20102719,924-39% 637,638$378,357$11,929,9036
6/13/20102824,708 672,831$398,540$12,527,5548

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/25/2010278,396 78,396$1,643,173$1,643,1731
5/2/2010625,082-68% 103,478$626,804$2,269,9772
5/9/20101712,736-49% 116,214$318,278$2,588,2553

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