The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $217,536,138Details
International Box Office $550,284,321
Worldwide Box Office $767,820,459
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $100,718,748 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $100,718,748
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
25% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 19th, 2006 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: November 14th, 2006 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for disturbing images, violence, some nudity, thematic material, brief drug references and sexual content
Franchise: Da Vinci Code
Keywords: Treasure Hunters, Artists, Religious
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, Brian Grazer Productions, John Calley

DVD Releases for May 5th, 2009 - Part I

The last of the Best Picture Oscar Nominees hits the home market this week. And while the Blu-ray arrived late, the Two-Disc DVD of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. On the other hand, no other release on this week's list came close to be a contender for that title, and overall it was a rather slow week. Still not so slow that I didn't have to split this week's column into two parts, with the second part found here. More...

DVD Releases for April 28th, 2009 - Part I

We are about to enter the summer blockbuster season, which is great for box office numbers, not so good for the home market. In fact, it is arguably the weakest time of the year for DVD sales. Looking at this week's list, that's not a huge surprise. There are no first run releases that are must haves, nor are there are lot of smaller releases to pick up the slack. The clear DVD Pick of the Week is Star Trek - The Original Series - Season One - Blu-ray, which is better than the previous HD DVD release. Also worth picking up is One-Eyed Monster on DVD, but that has a more limited target audience. While there's not a lot on the top, there's plenty of bulk, so much so we need a second page, which can be found here. More...

10 Million People Purchase Pirate DVDs This Week

There were a boatload of new releases to chart this week led by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest with $12.93 million, which was just a hair lower than Superman Returns's open week rentals from a week ago. This week that film placed second with a still impressive $10.71 million. More...

Award Season - Babel and Departed are Golden

Babel led the way when the Golden Globe nominations were announced today with seven nominations while The Departed was close behind with six. More...

Home Market is Super, Man!

Superman Returns led a group of four new releases, all of which placed in the top ten. It was the clear winner after taking in $12.95 million during its first week of release, which was one of the best debuts of the year. More...

Ice Age Heats up the Home Market

There was a new number one this week as Ice Age: The Meltdown led both the sales and the rental charts. In the latter it took in $10.26 million for the week, less than $1 million above The Da Vinci Code's $9.35 million haul. More...

Da Vinci Dominates Home Market

The Da Vinci Code led a large group of new releases, taking top spot on the charts with $11.05 million in rentals while it also topped the sales chart with ease. More...

DVD Releases for November 14, 2006

With Thanksgivings just around the corner, there are a lot of releases coming out this week. You see, every time this year there's a media report that the day after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year. However, this is not true. Christmas Eve is actually the biggest shopping day of the year (talk about last minute gifts). Even so, Thanksgiving is still a massively important time of the year and there's no surprise that studios are trying to get out as many gift ideas as possible just in time for the holiday rush. With that in mind, there are several full series sets coming out this week, including DVD Pick of the Week contender Get Smart - The Complete Series - Buy Direct. However, when it comes to the winner, there's really only one choice and that is Looney Tunes - Golden Collection - Volume Four - Buy from Amazon. More...

International Details - Hedge Still a Success Overseas

Over the Hedge may have slipped out of the top five landing in sixth place this week, but it is still bringing in plenty at the box office. After earning $7.12 million on 3877 screens in 33 markets the film now has $121.76 million internationally and is closing in on its domestic total with several more markets left to open in. Its biggest market was again Germany with $1.49 million on 743 screens over the weekend for a four-week total of $14.26 million. Should it perform well in Japan and Italy, it will have no trouble reaching $300 million worldwide. And while that is low compared to the historical averages for digitally animated films, but is still a great result. More...

International Details - Worldwide Mission Ends in China

A first place debut in China lifted Mission: Impossible 3 into sixth place overall with $5.74 million on 838 screens in 21 markets for a total of $239.82 million. In China it earned $2.8 million on 394 screens while in Japan it managed $2.50 million on 540 for a total of $29.92 million after three weeks of release. More...

International Details - Peninsula at Pinnacle

A South Korean film, Hanbando, a.k.a. The Korean Peninsula, topped its native market with a huge $6.14 million on 520 screens over the weekend and a total of $9.85 million overall. That was good enough for sixth place on the international charts. More...

International Details - Da Vinci Outpaces Fast and the Furious

The Da Vinci Code slipped out of the top five with $3.85 million on 3037 screens in 55 markets for a total of $515.15 million. This is the 11th best international total ever, while its worldwide mark of $728.36 million places it 23rd on the all-time worldwide chart. More...

International Details - Da Vinci Sinks Poseidon

Last minute updates in weekend numbers showed that it was The Da Vinci Code and not Poseidon grabbing the final spot in the top five. It was an exceedingly close race with the former film topping the latter by less than $3000 both with $5.68 million. The Da Vinci Code earned its box office on 4352 screens in 57 markets while Poseidon needed just 3584 in 48. On the other hand, their running tallies are worlds apart with The Da Vinci Code leading $507.68 million to $94.72 million. That film became just the 12th film to cross $500 million internationally and is less than $20 million from overtaking Finding Nemo for 10th place on the international charts. More...

International Top Five - World Cup Kills Competition

With the World Cup heating up, the vast majority of the world was focuses on the world of sports and movies were a distant second choice for entertainment. No film was able to top $10.0 million internationally over the weekend while number one openings in a handful of markets helped Poseidon top the charts. Over the weekend the film earned $8.90 million on 3982 screens in 46 markets for a total of $83.16 million. Its best debut came from Russia where it made $1.9 million on 371 screens over the weekend and $2.6 million in total while it took in $997,000 on 291 screens in Brazil. Other number one debuts include $378,000 on 60 screens over the weekend in Belgium, ($445,000 in total), and $255,000 on 134 in Turkey. The film has yet to opened in Germany, among other markets and should have no trouble reaching $100 million internationally, however, that isn't enough by a long shot. More...

International Top Five - Mutants Make Their Move

Openings in South Korea and Taiwan helped X-Men: The Last Stand climb into first place on the international charts with $14.64 million on 6271 screens in 57 markets for an international total of $180.81 million. (Which, like last week's international total, is another palindrome. What are the odds of that?) The film earned $5.9 million on 353 in South Korea and $1.4 million on 166 screens in Taiwan, finishing first in both markets. However, they were not the only results of note this week as the film dipped just 16% to $1.37 million on 459 screens over the weekend for a total of $32.16 million in total. At this point, even if the film didn't have any additional openings left, it would still cross the $200 million mark before its run was over. As it is, it has yet to open in both China and Japan and could earn more internationally than it did stateside. More...

International Top Five - Cup Crushes Competition

The world's attention is focused on the World Cup, except for in the United States, which only has three days left till they are eliminated. This caused a huge drop in box office revenue in most markets, but The Da Vinci Code still led with a strong $22.05 million on 9889 screens in 65 markets for a total of $453.40 million on the international stage. That ranks it 16th internationally while its $640.28 million worldwide puts it ahead of The Passion of the Christ, among others, and into 27th place on the All Time Charts. The film is still leading in a few major markets including Germany at $1.29 million on 905 screens over the weekend and $41.69 million in total and Italy at $1.50 million on 645 screens for a total of $32.90 million. However, both those markets are also football-crazed, which led to drop-offs of 72% and 79% respectively. Its best market over the weekend and overall is Japan where it was down just 25% to $4.45 million on 767 screens for a total of $55.53 million after four weeks of release. More...

Pixar Wins, but Victory not as Sweet as in Years Past

The weekend went more or less according to plan. Cars won the box office crown with ease, but it just didn't quite earn as much as most had expected. This didn't hurt the overall box office too much as it reached $154 million, up 13.3% from last weekend and more importantly up 6.8% from the same weekend last year. This puts the summer box office even with last year while year-to-date 2006 is up by 3%. More...

International Top Five - Another Milestone for Da Vinci

The Da Vinci Code completed its three-peat, earning $51.61 million on 11,676 screens in 66 markets for a total of $408.86 million on the international scene. The film became only the 21st film to top $400 million internationally, and it should become the 12th to reach $500 million before too long. Worldwide the film has $580.82 million, placing it in 32nd spot on the All Time Charts and should have no trouble reaching $700 million and might even place in the top twenty before its run is over. As for individual markets, the film is still leading in many major markets including Germany ($6.19 million on 902 screens for a total of $38.79 million), Japan ($6.06 million on 822 screens and $45.95 million in total), Italy ($5.39 million on 747 screens for a $30.68 million total), as well as Spain ($2.69 million on 752 screens for a total of $25.77 million). The Da Vinci Code could top the charts next week as well, but with the World Cup starting, it will likely see huge declines in most major markets, especially those with teams participating in the two-week football tournament. More...

Break ends Up on Top while Stand Falls Down

The post-holiday weekend hit the box office hard as the total fell to $135.8 million, down a massive 30.5% from last weekend. But more importantly it was up by 3.3% from the same weekend last year, which is in line with the year-to-date gains. More...

International Details - Volver Vaults into Fourth Place

The one major change from the studio estimates was in fourth place as the Spanish film, Volver, grew by 15% to $4.55 million on 835 screens in 5 markets for a total of $21.33 million. The big surprise came in France where the film was up a massive 41% from its opened taking in $2.64 million on 333 screens for a two-week total of $5.53 million. Meanwhile, in Italy is was down a mere 16% to $1.11 million on 309 screens for a total of $3.30 million. More...

Taking a Break from Monster Hits

For the second weekend in a row there's only one wide release to deal with. However, unlike last weekend, there is no chance records will be broken, at least not the good kind. The weekend should keep pace with 2005, which saw the all three wide releases struggle. In fact, the one wide release this week could make more than all three did last year. More...

International Top Five - Da Vinci Da Feats Da Mutants

Despite the worldwide opening of X-Men: The Last Stand, The Da Vinci Code was able to remain on top with a relatively comfortable lead. Over the weekend it added $92.8 million on 12,038 screens in 82 markets for an international total of $320 million while its worldwide total has reached $465.25 million. The film is now 34th on the all-time international charts and 56th on the worldwide charts. As for individual markets, the results were mixed. In the U.K. is was down a hefty 48% to $9.15 million on 522 screens for a $35.38 million total but it had a better time in Germany down just 17% to $11.16 million on 887 screens for a $29.62 million two-week total. Its best holdover was Holland where it grew by 5% to $2.19 million on 143 screens for a total of $5.06 million, however, that result was aided by holidays and four of the six holdovers in the top ten saw triple-digit growth. Where does it go from here? The film has already made enough to cover its production and P&A budgets, so the only goals left involve climbing the charts. How far up the charts it reaches is still in doubt, but if I ware a betting man, I'd predict that in the end it should reach the top ten internationally and the top twenty worldwide. More...

X Marks the Spot for Box Office Treasure

Records fell this weekend as X-Men: The Last Stand beat all expectations, so there's little surprise that the overall box office was also much stronger than expected. For the 3-day weekend it was up 20.3% from last weekend at $197 million, which was 6.9% higher than the same weekend last year. The total box office for the 4-day weekend was $242 million or 4.2% higher than last year. Year-to-date, 2006 is ahead of 2005 by a 3% margin, which is in line with ticket price inflation. More...

Mutants Hope to have a Memorable Weekend

Memorial Day long weekend is the busiest weekend of the year. Many times it has been compared to the Superbowl, and for good reason. Over the next four days more than 25 million people will go to see a movie, each of them will be inundated with ads for upcoming releases. Trailers, posters, stands, ads on their popcorn boxes, ads on their drinks, ads, ads, ads. If the films fail to bring in moviegoers this weekend, the effects will be felt for months. All this pressure falls on just one wide release and last week's superstar. More...

International Box Office - Da Vinci Confounds Analysts as Records Fall

To call The Da Vinci Code's worldwide start impressive is an understatement of incredible proportions. The film pulled in a record breaking $152.45 million on 12,182 screens in 57 markets for a total of $155.00 million including previews, which tops Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith's record of $144.7 million on 10,000 screens in 114 markets. (On a side note, that latter film did earn a better per screen average by a significant margin.) The film already has $232.07 million on the worldwide scene and will enter the top 200 by the beginning of the weekend. This is even more impressive as industry tracking had it struggling to make $100 million internationally and predictions were for just over $150 million worldwide. More...

Da Vinci Da Stroys Competition

First of all, this headline represents the last of my Da Vinic Da puns, I promise. (On a side note, had the movie bombed I would have used Da Vinci Da Saster as the headline. Awful, isn't it?) Moving on... The Da Vinci Code was the only film able to earn more than $10,000 per theatre over the weekend with an incredible $77.1 million in 3,735 for a per theatre average of $20,635. That was more than double the second place film, fellow wide release Over the Hedge, which came close to making the $10,000 club with $9,475. More...

Da Vinci is Da Vine

It was a good news, bad news weekend. Good news, The Da Vinci Code had one of the biggest opening weekends of all time and that helped the overall box office climb 63.8% from last weekend to $163 million. Bad news, every other film in the top five missed expectations, leaving the box office of flat with the same weekend last year. Not all of the smaller, independent releases have reported yet, but when they do, this weekend should see just a tiny increase, one that would round to 0.0%, but that's compared to microscopic decline of 0.001% it is showing right now. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 13 - May 19

It was a good week for movie sites, although it's hard to tell looking just at the number of sites featured here. However, while the numbers of sites is low, the quality is very high with three sites in the running for the Weekly Website Award, (four if you include Casino Royale - Official Site, which I preemptively gave the award to when the placeholder site went live). Both The Break-Up - Official Site and Pulse - Official Site were also in the running, but in the end I went with See No Evil - Official Site. However, I expect the other two sites to win the award in later weeks. More...

Decoding Da Vinci

One of the most hotly anticipated movies of the year opens this weekend, as does the latest digitally animated movie. Neither film looks likely to break any opening weekend box office records on its own, but we could have the biggest one-two opening punch ever, and with their respective target audiences, both movies should have strong legs. Whatever happens, one record will be broken this weekend, although it's a mark that no-one will be proud of achieving. More...

Contest - The Home Brewed Da Vinci Code Contest

It's Monday, so that's means it's contest time again. This week you must predict the opening weekend box office of The Da Vinci Code to win. Whoever comes closest to predicting the opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win Home Movies - Season Four. On the other hand, whoever comes closest to predicting the opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win Dog Whisperer With Cesar Millan - The Complete First Season. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Movie Website Updates for April 14 - April 20

Another slow week and either I've lost my mojo for finding new and updated sites, or this is the calm before the storm that is the summer box office season. And speaking of Storm, the best of the bunch this week is X-Men: The Last Stand - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 6

It's a much busier week this week including several sites that I found through e-mails. Thanks for the tips. (On a side note, if you sent me an e-mail regarding a movie site and I forgot it, please send it again. It was a big list this week and I'm almost positive one or two sites slipped between the cracks.) Unfortunately, while there are plenty of sites on this week's list, there's not a lot of top notch ones. The movie on this list that made me the most excited was The Simpsons Movie, and that one doesn't even have an official movie site, just the teaser trailer. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 24 - March 30

Another week with less sites than I would have liked. (On a side note, it seems every time something weird happens it happens on a Thursday. This time its slight internet connection problems / memory leak. I think. Whatever it is, it's causing my computer to act really slowly.) This shorter list doesn't mean there isn't an award-worthy site and the best of the best is Over the Hedge - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 17 - February 23

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Just when I thought the slump was over, we have the shortest list in a few weeks. The best site of the week was Brick - Official Site, which helped sell the movie well and that is the most important job of a movie site. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 27 - February 2

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. It was another slow week with nothing really grabbing my attention and nothing award-winning, (although there are a couple of sites that show promise). Hopefully some of the summer blockbusters will start launching flash sites so this slump can end. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 9 - December 15

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. We've hit another slow patch for movie websites, which is not unexpected since the most of the new site on this list are for films that open months from now so there's hardly any content, or open during the dead zone that is January. I would say the best of the rest would be King Kong - Official Site, but it is not strong enough to win the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 19 - May 26

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Cinderella Man - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 13 - May 18

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, New Police Story - Official Site. More...

Cast

Tom Hanks    Robert Langdon
Audrey Tautou    Sophie Neveu
Ian McKellen    Sir Leigh Teabing
Jean Reno    Bezu Fache
Paul Bettany    Silas
Alfred Molina    Bishop Aringarosa
Jurgen Prochnow    Vernet
Etienne Chicot    Lt. Collet
Jean-Pierre Marielle    Jacques Sauniere
Marie-Francoise Audollent    Sister Sandrine

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ron Howard
Screenwriter    Akiva Goldsman
Executive Producer    Dan Brown
Executive Producer    Todd Hallowell
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Ron Howard
Producer    John Calley
Story Creator    Dan Brown
Cinematographer    Salvatore Totino
Editor    Dan Hanley
Editor    Mike Hill
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Production Designer    Allan Cameron
Art Director    Giles Masters
Art Director    Tony Reading
Art Director    Jean-Michel Ducourty
Set Decorator    Richard Roberts
Costume Designer    Daniel Orlandi
Sound Mixer    Ivan Sharrock
Sound Mixer    Kevin O'Connell
Sound Mixer    Greg P. Russell
Supervising Sound Editor    Chic Ciccolini
Sound Designer    Daniel Pagan
Visual Effects Supervisor    Angus Bickerton
Associate Producer    Kathleen McGill
Associate Producer    Louisa Velis
Assistant Director    William M. Connor
Second Unit Director    Todd Hallowell
Stunt Coordinator    Greg Powell
Casting Director    Jane Jenkins
Casting Director    Janet Hirshenson
Casting Director    John Hubbard
Casting Director    Ros Hubbard

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/19 1 $28,630,324   3,735 $7,665   $28,630,324 1
2006/05/20 1 $27,317,296 -5% 3,735 $7,314   $55,947,620 2
2006/05/21 1 $21,125,768 -23% 3,735 $5,656   $77,073,388 3
2006/05/22 1 $8,811,932 -58% 3,735 $2,359   $85,885,320 4
2006/05/23 1 $6,163,530 -30% 3,735 $1,650   $92,048,850 5
2006/05/24 1 $5,127,774 -17% 3,735 $1,373   $97,176,624 6
2006/05/25 1 $5,304,413 +3% 3,735 $1,420   $102,481,037 7
2006/05/26 2 $10,216,316 +93% 3,754 $2,721   $112,697,353 8
2006/05/27 2 $12,593,471 +23% 3,754 $3,355   $125,290,824 9
2006/05/28 2 $11,221,883 -11% 3,754 $2,989   $136,512,707 10
2006/05/29 2 $8,405,702 -25% 3,754 $2,239   $144,918,409 11
2006/05/30 2 $2,922,928 -65% 3,754 $779   $147,841,337 12
2006/05/31 2 $2,781,192 -5% 3,754 $741   $150,622,529 13
2006/06/01 2 $2,733,435 -2% 3,754 $728   $153,355,964 14
2006/06/02 4 $5,248,445 +92% 3,757 $1,397   $158,604,409 15
2006/06/03 4 $8,149,024 +55% 3,757 $2,169   $166,753,433 16
2006/06/04 4 $5,212,718 -36% 3,757 $1,387   $171,966,151 17
2006/06/05 4 $1,678,501 -68% 3,757 $447   $173,644,652 18
2006/06/06 5 $1,845,155 +10% 3,757 $491   $175,489,807 19
2006/06/07 5 $1,643,802 -11% 3,757 $438   $177,133,609 20
2006/06/08 5 $1,594,375 -3% 3,757 $424   $178,727,984 21
2006/06/09 5 $3,048,317 +91% 3,319 $918   $181,776,301 22
2006/06/10 5 $4,507,024 +48% 3,319 $1,358   $186,283,325 23
2006/06/11 6 $2,888,006 -36% 3,319 $870   $189,171,331 24
2006/06/12 6 $1,112,806 -61% 3,319 $335   $190,284,137 25
2006/06/13 6 $1,095,474 -2% 3,319 $330   $191,379,611 26
2006/06/14 6 $1,103,205 +1% 3,319 $332   $192,482,816 27
2006/06/15 6 $1,018,435 -8% 3,319 $307   $193,501,251 28
2006/06/16 9 $1,445,656 +42% 2,413 $599   $194,946,907 29
2006/06/17 9 $2,112,396 +46% 2,413 $875   $197,059,303 30
2006/06/18 8 $1,708,508 -19% 2,413 $708   $198,767,811 31
2006/06/19 9 $656,993 -62% 2,413 $272   $199,424,804 32
2006/06/20 8 $703,108 +7% 2,413 $291   $200,127,912 33
2006/06/21 9 $696,334 -1% 2,413 $289   $200,824,246 34
2006/06/22 9 $714,652 +3% 2,413 $296   $201,538,898 35
2006/06/23 10 $1,098,065 +54% 1,911 $575   $202,636,963 36
2006/06/24 10 $1,678,638 +53% 1,911 $878   $204,315,601 37
2006/06/25 10 $1,274,141 -24% 1,911 $667   $205,589,742 38
2006/06/26 10 $541,023 -58% 1,911 $283   $206,130,765 39
2006/06/27 10 $541,023 n/c 1,911 $283   $206,671,788 40
2006/06/28 10 $413,713 -24% 1,911 $216   $207,085,501 41
2006/06/29 10 $418,140 +1% 1,911 $219   $207,492,832 42
2006/06/30 11 $648,063 +55% 1,911 $339   $208,140,895 43
2006/07/01 10 $869,773 +34% 1,384 $628   $209,010,668 44
2006/07/02 10 $907,322 +4% 1,384 $656   $209,917,990 45
2006/07/03 9 $735,883 -19% 1,384 $532   $210,653,873 46
2006/07/04 10 $585,570 -20% 1,384 $423   $211,239,443 47
2006/07/14 14 $229,000   700 $327   $214,220,000 57
2006/07/15 13 $402,000 +76% 700 $574   $214,622,000 58
2006/07/16 13 $270,000 -33% 700 $386   $214,891,691 59
2006/07/17 13 $123,000 -54% 700 $176   $215,015,000 60
2006/07/18 13 $135,000 +10% 700 $193   $215,150,000 61
2006/07/19 15 $124,000 -8% 700 $177   $215,274,000 62
2006/07/20 15 $130,000 +5% 700 $186   $215,403,918 63

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/19 1 $77,073,388   3,735 $20,635   $77,073,388 3
2006/05/26 2 $34,031,670 -56% 3,754 $9,065   $136,512,707 10
2006/06/02 4 $18,610,187 -45% 3,757 $4,953   $171,966,151 17
2006/06/09 5 $10,443,347 -44% 3,319 $3,147   $189,171,331 24
2006/06/16 9 $5,266,560 -50% 2,413 $2,183   $198,767,811 31
2006/06/23 10 $4,050,844 -23% 1,911 $2,120   $205,589,742 38
2006/06/30 10 $2,425,158 -40% 1,384 $1,752   $209,917,990 45
2006/07/07 11 $1,321,762 -45% 1,012 $1,306   $213,210,326 52
2006/07/14 13 $900,448 -32% 700 $1,286   $214,891,691 59
2006/07/21 16 $470,930 -48% 322 $1,463   $215,874,848 66
2006/07/28 27 $245,956 -48% 201 $1,224   $216,385,837 73
2006/08/04 23 $302,142 +23% 287 $1,053   $216,838,676 80
2006/08/11 30 $234,745 -22% 264 $889   $217,250,093 87
2006/08/18 37 $167,071 -29% 211 $792   $217,536,138 94

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/19/200612,825,729 2,825,729$42,797,644$42,797,6441
11/26/200631,550,649-45% 4,376,378$23,058,151$65,855,7942
12/3/20066340,971-78% 4,717,349$5,503,408$71,359,2033
12/10/20069425,786+25% 5,143,135$7,271,148$78,630,3504
12/17/200617258,940-39% 5,402,075$4,392,088$83,022,4395
12/24/200621349,727+35% 5,751,802$6,360,520$89,382,9596
12/31/200622155,347-56% 5,907,149$2,812,682$92,195,6407
1/7/200722127,983-18% 6,035,132$2,192,349$94,387,9898
5/17/20091662,709 6,284,619$664,734$98,142,448131
6/21/20091661,164 6,346,723$637,439$98,789,140136

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