The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $533,345,358Details
International Box Office $469,546,000
Worldwide Box Office $1,002,891,358
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $263,247,065 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $34,192,914 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $297,439,979
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
94% - Certified Fresh
Audience
94% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$185,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 18th, 2008 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
July 18th, 2008 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
January 23rd, 2009 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 9th, 2008 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and some menace.
Franchise: Batman
Keywords: Visual Effects, Mental Illness, Film Noir, D.C. Comics, IMAX: DMR, Posthumous Release
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Legendary Pictures, Warner Bros., Syncopy

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DVD Sales: Dark Knight Shines on the Home Market

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Blu-ray Sales: Dark Knight One-Two Punches Its Way to the Top

Batman was even more dominant on the Blu-ray sales chart than it was on the DVD sales chart with two new releases earning the top two spots. The Dark Knight Rises earned first place with 2.26 million units / $42.13 million giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 53%. Meanwhile, the Trilogy Box Set earned second place with 453,000 units / $12.68 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 58%. The combined totals are not quite as good as The Avengers' debut was, but was still a fantastic start. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Green Film Wins Big on Blu

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Blu-ray Sales: Beginning of the End for Batman?

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DVD Sales: New Releases in a Feud with Holdovers

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DVD Sales: New Releases Were Silent

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Blu-ray Sales: Star Trek's Next Generation Debut

There was very little activity from the new releases on the Blu-ray sales chart this week, but slightly more than there was on the DVD sales chart. Batman Begins and The Dark Knight remained in the top two spots. Batman Begins added 253,000 units / $2.53 million over the week for totals of 2.1 million units / $26 million. That would be really good for a first run release, for a film that predates Blu-ray, it is awesome. The Dark Knight sold 213,000 units / $4.53 million over the week for totals of 7.5 million units / $121 million. It has likely sold more units than Avatar, but will need a few more weeks like this to top Avatar's total revenue. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Begins in First, Knight Rises to Top

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Blu-ray Sales: Reunions Make People Blu

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Blu-ray Sales: Holdovers Overshadow New Releases

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DVD Sales - Black Friday Keep Retailers Bright

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DVD Sales: Dark Knight and Up Share Black Friday Honors

Black Friday sales gave a decidedly retro look to the DVD sales chart for the week ending November 29. All major retailers were offering deeply discounted prices of catalog titles, including $4 deals at Target for Elf, Sex and the City and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, among others, and Best Buy offering Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and Forgetting Sarah Marshall at the same price. Walmart wasn't going to be outdone though, and offered some DVD titles, including Hellboy 2, Mummy 3, I am Legend and Casino Royale in limited quantities at just $2. The real champion of the bargain basement, however, was The Dark Knight, which was available for $5 at Walmart, and $4 at both Target and Best Buy. With low, low prices, the unit volumes for the week were astronomical, but overall spending was actually down from 2008 thanks to the price cuts. More...

New Moon Sets New Record for Midnight Screenings

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Tuesday Grosses, Developing News on Transformers

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Revenge of the Fallen is playing in 4,234 theaters today, and will be gunning for an opening day in the mid-$50 million range. (see list of biggest single days). We'll keep you posted on any news as it breaks. More...

DVD Sales - Going Out of Business is Good Titles

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Awards Season - Slumdog Wins More than the Oscars

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Awards Season - Slumdog Rich in Awards

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Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Supporting Acting Roles

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Awards Season - Slumdog Continues its Streak

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DVD Sales - Sales Don\'t Have a Prayer

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Blart Beats Back Competition

New releases missed expectations, but enough of the holdovers excelled that that overall box office was still strong. Granted, it was down 17% from last weekend, but given the post-holiday slump, this is not bad. Also, $160 million is 14% more than the same weekend last year and it keeps 2009 well ahead of 2008 $861 million to $707 million, or 22%. More...

Will the Box Office Continue to Rise?

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Awards Season - Oscar Nods far from Curious

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Millionaire Richer after Golden Wins

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DVD Rentals - New Releases Nearly Invisible

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DVD Sales - Eye Sees Its Way to the Top

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Awards Season - Hat Trick Of Guild Nominations

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DVD Rentals - Burn, Baby, Burn

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DVD Sales - Knight Rises

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2009 Preview: January

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DVD Rentals - Mummy not Mamma Leads the Way

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DVD Sales - Mamma Hot on Sales Chart

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DVD Rentals - Knight Becomes King

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DVD Sales - Dark Knight Shines Bright

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DVD Releases for December 9, 2008

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International Details - United Germany Lifts Teutonic Offering

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International Details - Eye on the Prize

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International Details - Mummy Still Rules

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Weekend Weakness from the Top on Down

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International Top Five - Another Milestone for Mamma Mia

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Burn on Fire at the Box Office

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New Releases Come Together

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International Top Five - Mamma Mia Hits a High Note

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Box Office in Dangerous Territory

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Post-Labor Pains

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International Top Five - Milestone Weekend for Knight

The Dark Knight fell hard this past weekend, but it still managed a major milestone reaching $400 million internationally while topping $900 million worldwide. The lack of new markets meant its weekend haul was down 43% to $19.46 million on 6124 screens in 62 markets and now has $413.73 million internationally and $916.02 million worldwide. Its best market of the weekend was Germany, where it remained in first place with $4.58 million on 754 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.61 million after two. This is already more than double what the original made in total. Meanwhile the film's best market overall remained the U.K. where it has made $84.08 million, including $1.67 million on 396 screens over this past weekend. More...

Summer\'s Stormy End

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Laborious Weekend for New Releases

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International Top Five - Knight is King

The Dark Knight remained in first place with $34.28 million on 7194 screens in 62 markets for a total of $377.64 million internationally and $867.06 million worldwide. This week the film debuted in first place in Germany with $9.79 million on 754 screen, which is roughly five times what the original made when it opened there in 2005. It also remained in first place in France with $5.8 million on 820 screens for a total of $17.7 million, which is more than the original made in total. Its best market so far remains the U.K. where it has made $79.84 million, including 2.67 million on 440 screens this past weekend. On the other hand, the film is running out of markets to open in, and it will have trouble matching its domestic total. Perhaps it will reach $1 billion worldwide, but that's not a sure thing. More...

Bunnies Make Some Noise but Tropic Stays Hot

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Race to the Top

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International Top Five - Knight Returns to Top

The Dark Knight reclaimed first place on the international chart with $42.4 million on 7700 screens in 61 markets for a total of $328.6 million internationally and just over $800 million worldwide, which puts it ahead of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull for the year. This week it opened in first place in France and Spain $9.6 million on 818 screens in the former and $6.85 million on 570 screens in the latter. Meanwhile in South Korea the film was down just 23% earning $3.47 million on 463 screens for a total of $13.92 million after just two weeks. The film is also still in first place in the U.K. added $4.30 million on 499 screens for a total of $74.91 million, which is still a bit behind Mamma Mia!'s running tally of $84.34 million, and it is unlikely that it will catch it in the end in that market. More...

Thunder Rumbles to the Top

We finally had a new box office champion last weekend, as Tropic Thunder earned top spot and dethrowned The Dark Knight. Additionally, overall box office receipts of $124 million were stronger than they have been in a few weeks. That's 3.5% higher than last weekend, but sadly just over 4% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2008 is still behind 2007, but by less than a percent, $6.34 billion to $6.37 billion. More...

Thunder Starts to Make Noise

As summer winds down, the box office potential of the wide releases slumps, but the number of wide releases increases. This week we have three (and a couple of not so wide releases that we will get to later), including one that is already in theaters. None are likely to set the box office on fire. That said, there's almost no chance that The Dark Knight will repeat as the box office winner, which will bring an end to its nearly month-long reign. However, it will hit a milestone of its own. More...

International Top Five - Mummy\'s Milestone

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor significantly expanded its reach this weekend, which allowed it to remain in top spot with $55.96 million on 6396 screens in 50 markets for a total of $141.94 million. The film had a trio of major market debuts this weekend earning first place in Germany with $6.42 million on 650 screens, in France with an estimated $5 million on 572 screens, and in Taiwan with $3.6 million on 61 screens, which was the best opening of the year so far. On the other hand, the film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $5.70 million on 477 screens over the weekend, however, it has earned $8.53 million in total, which would have been enough for first place. As for holdovers, the film is still in first place in Mexico adding $2.36 million on 431 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.50 million after two weeks. Tomb of the Dragon Emperor will have little trouble reaching $200 million internationally, and it should become the biggest hit of the franchise on the international scene. More...

Olympic-Sized Box Office Haul

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Weekend Estimates: Dark Knight Makes it Four in a Row

The Dark Knight made it four weekend wins in a row, according to Sundays studio estimates. The Batman movie picked up another $26.030 million, which was enough to hold off The Pineapple Express. The Judd Apatow comedy had started strongly on Wednesday, but was performing weakly by the end of the weekend, and ended up with $22.4 million. That still represents a good $7,300 per theater average, and Express has already topped $40 million, thanks to strong mid-week numbers. More...

Weekend Preview, Friday Edition: Pineapple Heading for Winning Weekend

There was a lot of doubt about where this weekend was headed when The Pineapple Express debuted on Wednesday. The Judd Apatow stable has produced some box office champions in the past, but its recent form has been mixed. Meanwhile, The Dark Knight continues to churn out records, and looks a decent bet to become only the second movie in history to top $500 million at the box office. So, while we gave Pineapple Express the nod as favorite to win the weekend, nothing seemed certain. Then Wednesday's box office figures arrived. More...

International Top Five - Mummy Ends Summer on Strong Note

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor started its international run in about a third of the world scoring first place with $61.93 million on 4094 screens in 27 markets. This includes $9.24 million on 723 screens in South Korea over the weekend, and $13.11 million in total, which represents the best opening for a non-local film this year. The film was also fantastic in its opening in Russia scoring a reported $12.7 million there. Meanwhile in Spain it pulled in $6.48 million on 554 screens while in Mexico it earned $4.99 million on 430 screens, finishing first by significant margins in both markets. Next up for the film is the U.K., France, and Germany this weekend, Japan next weekend, while it doesn't end its run till September when it debuts in Italy. More...

Will Pineapple Defeat Batman?

Like last week, this week we have two more new wide releases, and like last week, The Dark Knight has a shot at retaining its crown. Also of note, the two new releases are coming out tonight because the Olympics are starting on Friday and they want to avoid going up against the Olympic opening ceremonies... Wait... People watch the Olympic opening ceremonies? More...

Siberia Heats Up on the Per Theater Chart

It took three weeks, but Transsiberian landed on top of the per theater chart with an estimated $27,000 in just 2 theaters for an average of $13,500, which was a little more than it earned last week. Also in limited release, Man on Wire saw its overall number drop by a small amount despite doubling its theater count to 4, which resulted in its average falling to $12,119. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor opened with an average of $10,760 in 3,760 theaters. Frozen River barely reached the $10,000 mark with an average of $10,033 in 7 theaters, although it wasn't as close as The Dark Knight was, as that film earned an average of $10,001. More...

Dark Knight Continues to Light Up Box Office

For the third weekend in a row, The Dark Knight came out on top at the box office -- the first time this year we've had a three-time champ. Unfortunately, the film didn't come out on top because it beat expectations by a massive margin, but because The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor missed expectations. That led to a drop at the overall box office by just over 15% from last weekend to $153 million. This is also lower than the same weekend last year by just under 14%. Meanwhile, 2008's and 2007's year-to-date numbers are nearly identical at $5.93 billion, with this year a tiny, tiny amount lower. More...

Dark Days for New Releases? - Correction

Two more new wide releases make their debut tomorrow, but we could have the first threepeat winner of the year as the new number one movie of the year, The Dark Knight, is still going strong. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor does have a slight edge going into this weekend, but it could be close. There is a troubling sign as neither film looks likely to match last year's number one film and with 2008 barely ahead of 2007, any weakness could result in 2008 losing its lead. More...

International Top of the Chart - Knight Rises to the Top

The Dark Knight saw boisterous growth this week as it shot to the top with $63.38 million on 6249 screens in 45 markets for a total of $125.49 million internationally and $439.27 million worldwide, which is already more than the original made in total. This weekend the film opened in first place in a number of markets, including the U.K. where it earned $17.26 million on 502 screens over the weekend and $22.23 million in total, which was more than 150% more than the original opened with and only 30% less than that film made in total. It was not quite as impressive in Italy, but it still showed double-digit growth from the previous installment pulling in $3.10 million on 616 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.97 million. More...

Dark Knight Continues its Record Breaking Run

The Dark Knight added a few more records to its impressive list of accomplishments, but it wasn't enough to prevent the overall box office from suffering, as it was down to $181 million over the weekend. That represents a stunning 31% drop-off from last weekend. However, since last weekend was the largest weekend on record, this was not surprising. What was a little surprising was the year-to-year decline; granted, it was down less than 2% from the same weekend last year, but that's still disappointing. As for the year-to-date numbers, strong midweek numbers helped push 2008 into the lead, barely, with 2008 earning $5.68 billion to $5.67 billion for 2007. More...

Wire Towers Higher than Bat

Man on Wire topped the per theater chart this week by pulling in an impressive average of $25,696 in two theaters. This was ahead of the overall box office leader, The Dark Knight, which earned an average of $17,216 in more than 4,000 theaters. Transsiberian also repeated in the $10,000 club, down roughly 23% to $13,280. Brideshead Revisited opened in 22 theaters, which is a lot of a limited release, but still managed an average of $10,291 during its opening weekend, which bodes well for its prospects at expansion. The final film to reach $10,000 did so by the narrowest of narrow margins as Step Brothers topped that milestone by less than 24 cents. More...

IMAX - The Dark Knight Nears $20 million Worldwide

The Dark Knight had the best sophomore stint of any IMAX film, earning $4.6 million on 94 screens and now has $16.3 million, which is also a record for an IMAX film at this point in its run. Additionally, the film has made $2.8 million internationally, including $1.6 million on 28 IMAX screens this past weekend, and it is expected to reach $20 million worldwide after Monday numbers are added in. The highlight of the film's international IMAX run was in London where the film premiered at the BFI IMAX theater, where it broke the previous record with $221,000 over the weekend. More...

I Want to Believe in the New Releases

Two new wide releases make their debut today, but neither of them have a legitimate shot at first place. In fact, it would take a shocking result for Step Brothers and X-Files: I Want to Believe to earn more combined than The Dark Knight will make during its second weekend of release. The real competition for The Dark Knight is The Simpsons movie, which opened this time last year. More...

Contest - Good Knight - Winning Announcement

The winners of our Good Night contest were determined and they are... More...

International Top of the Chart - Hancock Holds Off Batman

Hancock fell 35% to $45.65 million on 8,506 screens in 71 markets for a total of $257.64 million internationally and $449.18 million worldwide. This is already Will Smith's fourth biggest hit worldwide, and it should have no trouble becoming his fourth $500 million movie as well. This week the film opened in Spain with an outstanding $9.26 million on 575 screens, which was easily enough for first place. It is also doing extremely well in Germany with $4.31 million on 749 screens over the weekend for a total of $30.74 million after three. Likewise, the film earned $4.03 million on 437 screens over the weekend in the U.K., which pushed its total of $41.50 million after three weeks of release. Next up for the film is Japan at the end of August and Italy in the middle of September. By then the film should have reached more than $350 million internationally and perhaps even $600 million worldwide. More...

Record Number of Records?

Wow.

It is always better to underestimate demand and be pleasantly surprised, but The Dark Knight beat practically all expectations. It is such a huge hit that its weekend haul was better than the industry as a whole managed last weekend, and more than the industry made the same weekend last year. In fact, the $254 million weekend haul was a biggest all time. Needless to say, there was substantial growth this past weekend and the overall box office was up 68% from last weekend and 64% from the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, 2008 is still behind 2007 $5.37 billion to $5.41 billion, but that lead won't last. More...

IMAX - The Dark Knight is Too Big for IMAX to Contain

The Dark Knight broke countless IMAX records over the weekend starting with its midnight shows on Friday, as it made $641,508 in 93 theaters. On Friday the film made $2,590,581 while over the whole weekend it made $6.3 million from 94 theaters, for an average of $67,036. All four of those stats were records, as was the film's $7 million worldwide opening weekend. More...

Good Knight on the Per Theater Chart

During its record-breaking weekend, The Dark Knight set the record for best per theater average for a wide releases, so it comes as no surprise it tops the per theater chart this weekend, and did so with $36,283. The only other film to top $10,000 was Transsiberian with an average of $17,308 in two theaters while Before I Forget came close with $9,676 in one theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dark Knight Sets New Weekend Record

After a massive opening day on Friday, a new weekend record looked inevitable for The Dark Knight, and it delivered the goods this morning with Warner Bros. estimating an opening weekend total of $155.34 million. Since the movie actually scored better on Friday than originally projected, it seems likely that WB is being cautious in their projection, and a good day on Sunday could see the movie come close to $160 million when all is said and done. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of July 18, 2008

There were a lot of movies released this week, and while not all of them had real sites, it was still busier than usual. No one site really wowed this week, but The Dark Knight's Official Site, plus its two side sites combined into an award worthy effort. More...

Friday Estimates: Dark Knight Smashes Single Day Record

The Dark Knight smashed the all-time single day record on Friday, according to Warner Bros.' estimate, with an extraordinary $66.4 million. That's more than $6 million ahead of the previous record-holder, Spider-Man 3, which earned $59,841,919 on its opening day last year. (See complete list of biggest single days at the box office.) More...

Dark Knight Earns Huge $18.489 Million at Midnight Screenings

The Dark Knight earned an incredible $18,489,000 in 12.01am screenings last night to set the ball rolling on what is certain to be a massive opening weekend. The movie previewed in 3,040 theaters, and the numbers are for the 12.01am screenings only -- they do not include data from the 3am and 6am shows that many theaters had added to their schedules More...

Darkest Before the Dawn

One of the most anticipated films of the year opens today and The Dark Knight should be huge. Absolutely huge. In fact, there are even those who think the film will make more than the top five did this time last year, which would be a huge boost to 2008 in its race with 2007. More...

Contest - Good Knight

The Dark Knight is one of this Summer's most anticipated films. It is also this week's target film. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of The Dark Knight. 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 Meet Bill on DVD, as well as a signed poster from that movie. 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 Meet Bill on DVD, as well as a signed poster from that movie. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2008 Preview: July

July is going to have a tough time following June. Last month only one movie missed expectations by any meaningful degree which helped 2008 climb above 2007's pace. Perhaps if The Dark Knight can become the biggest hit of the year so far and 2008 tops 2007's pace in terms of ticket sales, July will be seen as a better month than June, but that will be very tough to do. Compared to last year, July doesn't seem to have as much strength at the top, but its strength is in the midrange hits and it should at least keep pace with 2007. More...

IMAX - Panda Softer Than Expected

Kung Fu Panda's opening weekend box office was big, but no bigger than on IMAX where it earned $2.3 million on 95 screens (89 screens domestically and 6 internationally). This is actually weaker than expected, but assuming the movie shows some serious legs, which most IMAX films do, it should still be a success for the format. Next up for IMAX is The Dark Knight starting July 18th. More...

Cast Updates - April 4, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for The Informant, The Surrogates, War, Inc., and more! More...

Cast Updates - December 27, 2007

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Fly Me To the Moon, Justice League, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and more! More...

Movie Website Updates for September 2 - September 8, 2007

Another week without any top-notch websites, at least one that hasn't previously won the award. At least there are a few with possibilities and the fall blockbusters should start coming launching their sites shortly so the pace should pickup soon. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 22 - July 28, 2007

Server upgrades went... less smoothly than anticipated, which delayed this column, but at least there are a huge number of sites to check out. Many of these sites are making their first appearance on the list while quite a few are making their last appearance. Unfortunately, while it's a big list, there are not many that are even close to being award worthy at the moment. 30 Days of Night - Official Site comes the closest, but I'm waiting for the missing features to be added before I make that decision. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 20 - May 26, 2007

Another slow week. If this keeps up I'm going to have to rethink my methodology. Not only were there not as many sites as I would like, there were none that really stood out as award-worthy. The best was Stardust - Official Site, but here I will wait for more of the content to be added before I make a final decision. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 6 - May 12, 2007

Not the best week for sites as there was only one that had even a chance of winning, Surf's Up - Official Site. There were a couple others that showed potential, but they will need a little more work to win. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - November 19, 2006

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Charlotte's Web, Speed Racer, The Dark Knight and more. More...

Cast

Christian Bale    Bruce Wayne
Michael Caine    Alfred
Heath Ledger    Joker
Gary Oldman    Gordon
Aaron Eckhart    Harvey Dent
Maggie Gyllenhaal    Rachel
Morgan Freeman    Lucius Fox
Monique Gabriela Curnen    Ramirez
Ron Dean    Wuertz
Nestor Carbonell    Mayor
Chin Han    Lau
Eric Roberts    Maroni
Ritchie Coster    Chechen
Anthony Michael Hall    Engel
Keith Szarabajka    Stephens
Joshua Harto    Reese
Melinda McGraw    Barbara Gordon
Nathan Gamble    James Gordon
Michael Jai White    Gambol
Beatrice Rosen    Natascha
Cillian Murphy    Scarecrow
Colin McFarlane    Loeb
Michael Vieau    Rossi
Michael Stoyanov    Dopey
William Smillie    Happy
Danny Goldring    Grumpy
Matthew O'Neill    Chuckles
William Fichtner    Bank Manager
Olumiji Olawumi    Drug Dealer
Greg Beam    Drug Buyer
Erik Hellman    Junkie
Vincenzo Nicoli    Crime Boss
Edison Chen    LSI VP
Nydia Rodriguez Terracina    Judge Surrillo
Andy Luther    Brian
James Farruggio    Man
Tom McElroy    Man
Will Zahrn    Assistant D.A.
James Fierro    Thug at Party
Patrick Leahy    Gentleman at Party
Sam Derence    Male Guest
Jennifer Knox    Female Guest
Patrick Clear    Judge Freel
Sarah Jayne Dunn    Maroni's Mistress
Chucky Venn    Gambol's Bodyguard
Winston Ellis    Gambol's Bodyguard
David Dastmalchian    Joker's Thug
Sophia Hinshelwood    Reporter
Keith Kupferer    Heckler
Joseph Luis Caballero    Cop Heckler
Richard Dillane    Acting Commissioner
Daryl Satcher    Officer at Instersection
Chris Petschler    Convoy Leader
Aidan Feore    Fat Thug
Philip Bulcock    Murphy
Paul Birchard    Cop with Fat Thug
Walter Lewis    Medic
Vincent Riotta    Cop at 250 at 52nd St.
Nancy Crane    Nurse
K. Todd Freeman    Polk
Matt Shallenberger    Berg
Michael Andrew Gorman    Cop at Hospital
Lanny Lutz    Bartender
Peter DeFaria    Civilian
Matt Rippy    First Mate
Andrew Bicknell    Prison Ferry Pilot
Anyon Bakare    Guard Commander
Doug Ballard    Businessman
Helene Wilson    Mother
Tommy Campbell    Passenger
Craig Heaney    Passenger
Lorna Gayle    Passenger
Lisa McAllister    Passenger
Peter Brooke    Passenger
Joshua Rollins    SWAT Sniper
Dale Rivera    SWAT Leader
Matthew Leitch    Prisoner on Ferry
Tommy Tiny Lister    Tattooed Prisoner
Thomas Gaitsch    Reporter
William Armstrong    Evans
Adam Kalesperis    Honor Guard Man
Tristan Tait    Uniform Cop
Bronson Webb    Bounty Hunter
David Ajala    Bounty Hunter
Gertrude Kyles    Fox's Secretary
Jonathan Ryland    Passenger Ferry Pilot
James Scales    Guardsman
Nigel Carrington    Warden
Ian Pirie    Corrections Officer
Lateef Lovejoy    Prisoner
Grahame Edwards    Prisoner
Roger Monk    Prisoner
Ronan Summers    Prisoner
Wai Wong    Hong Kong Detective
Michael Corey Foster    Honor Guard Leader
Hannah Gunn    Gordon's Daughter
Brandon Lambdin    Armored Car SWAT

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Christopher Nolan
Producer    Emma Thomas
Producer    Charles Roven
Producer    Christopher Nolan
Screenwriter    Jonathan Nolan
Screenwriter    Christopher Nolan
Story Creator    Christopher Nolan
Story Creator    David S. Goyer
Character Creator    Bob Kane
Cinematographer    Wally Pfister
Editor    Lee Smith
Composer    James Newton Howard
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Production Designer    Nathan Crowley
Supervising Art Director    Kevin Kavanaugh
Supervising Art Director    Simon Lamont
Art Director    Mark Bartholomew
Art Director    James Hambidge
Art Director    Craig Jackson
Art Director    Steven Lawrence
Art Director    Naaman Marshall
Set Decorator    Peter Lando
Costume Designer    Lindy Hemming
Sound Mixer    Ed Novick
Sound Designer    Richard King
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard King
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Re-recording Mixer    Gary A. Rizzo
Visual Effects Supervisor    Nick Davis
Special Effects Supervisor    Chris Corbould
Stunt Coordinator    Paul Jennings
Stunt Coordinator    Rick Lefevour
Stunt Coordinator    Tom Struthers
Associate Producer    Jordan Goldberg
Assistant Director    Nilo Otero
Casting Director    John Papsidera
Executive Producer    Michael E. Uslan

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/18 1 $67,165,092   4,366 $15,384   $67,165,092 1
2008/07/19 1 $47,650,240 -29% 4,366 $10,914   $114,815,332 2
2008/07/20 1 $43,596,151 -9% 4,366 $9,985   $158,411,483 3
2008/07/21 1 $24,493,313 -44% 4,366 $5,610   $182,904,796 4
2008/07/22 1 $20,868,722 -15% 4,366 $4,780   $203,773,518 5
2008/07/23 1 $18,377,288 -12% 4,366 $4,209   $222,150,806 6
2008/07/24 1 $16,464,405 -10% 4,366 $3,771   $238,615,211 7
2008/07/25 1 $23,232,292 +41% 4,366 $5,321   $261,847,503 8
2008/07/26 1 $28,272,494 +22% 4,366 $6,476   $290,119,997 9
2008/07/27 1 $23,661,680 -16% 4,366 $5,420   $313,781,677 10
2008/07/28 1 $10,518,116 -56% 4,366 $2,409   $324,299,793 11
2008/07/29 1 $9,629,366 -8% 4,366 $2,206   $333,929,159 12
2008/07/30 1 $8,755,141 -9% 4,366 $2,005   $342,684,300 13
2008/07/31 1 $8,402,546 -4% 4,366 $1,925   $351,086,846 14
2008/08/01 2 $12,709,035 +51% 4,266 $2,979   $363,795,881 15
2008/08/02 1 $17,191,150 +35% 4,266 $4,030   $380,987,031 16
2008/08/03 1 $12,764,034 -26% 4,266 $2,992   $393,751,065 17
2008/08/04 1 $6,287,429 -51% 4,266 $1,474   $400,038,494 18
2008/08/05 1 $5,661,240 -10% 4,266 $1,327   $405,699,734 19
2008/08/06 3 $5,077,367 -10% 4,266 $1,190   $410,777,101 20
2008/08/07 2 $4,734,366 -7% 4,266 $1,110   $415,511,467 21
2008/08/08 2 $7,577,362 +60% 4,025 $1,883   $423,088,829 22
2008/08/09 1 $10,502,243 +39% 4,025 $2,609   $433,591,072 23
2008/08/10 1 $8,037,425 -23% 4,025 $1,997   $441,628,497 24
2008/08/11 2 $3,742,198 -53% 4,025 $930   $445,370,695 25
2008/08/12 1 $3,515,389 -6% 4,025 $873   $448,886,084 26
2008/08/13 2 $3,002,302 -15% 4,025 $746   $451,888,386 27
2008/08/14 2 $2,814,471 -6% 4,025 $699   $454,702,857 28
2008/08/15 3 $4,937,955 +75% 3,590 $1,375   $459,640,812 29
2008/08/16 2 $6,708,833 +36% 3,590 $1,869   $466,349,645 30
2008/08/17 2 $4,732,505 -29% 3,590 $1,318   $471,082,150 31
2008/08/18 2 $2,112,203 -55% 3,590 $588   $473,194,356 32
2008/08/19 2 $2,148,332 +2% 3,590 $598   $475,342,688 33
2008/08/20 2 $1,805,312 -16% 3,590 $503   $477,148,000 34
2008/08/21 2 $1,726,461 -4% 3,590 $481   $478,874,461 35
2008/08/22 4 $2,991,066 +73% 3,163 $946   $481,865,527 36
2008/08/23 3 $4,474,170 +50% 3,163 $1,415   $486,339,697 37
2008/08/24 4 $3,077,188 -31% 3,163 $973   $489,416,885 38
2008/08/25 4 $1,183,256 -62% 3,163 $374   $490,600,141 39
2008/08/26 4 $1,102,337 -7% 3,163 $349   $491,702,478 40
2008/08/27 3 $986,453 -11% 3,163 $312   $492,688,931 41
2008/08/28 3 $982,116 n/c 3,163 $311   $493,671,047 42
2008/08/29 5 $2,141,354 +118% 2,750 $779   $495,812,401 43
2008/08/30 3 $3,246,469 +52% 2,750 $1,181   $499,058,870 44
2008/08/31 2 $3,235,056 n/c 2,750 $1,176   $502,293,926 45
2008/09/01 2 $2,504,411 -23% 2,750 $911   $504,798,337 46
2008/09/02 3 $619,463 -75% 2,750 $225   $505,417,800 47
2008/09/03 2 $536,323 -13% 2,750 $195   $505,954,123 48
2008/09/04 2 $528,416 -1% 2,750 $192   $506,482,539 49
2008/09/05 4 $1,464,776 +177% 2,575 $569   $507,947,315 50
2008/09/06 3 $2,736,020 +87% 2,575 $1,063   $510,683,335 51
2008/09/07 3 $1,314,323 -52% 2,575 $510   $511,997,658 52
2008/09/08 3 $377,264 -71% 2,575 $147   $512,374,922 53
2008/09/09 3 $454,109 +20% 2,575 $176   $512,829,031 54
2008/09/10 3 $409,422 -10% 2,575 $159   $513,238,453 55
2008/09/11 3 $426,158 +4% 2,575 $165   $513,664,611 56
2008/09/12 7 $1,116,108 +162% 2,191 $509   $514,780,719 57
2008/09/13 5 $1,951,731 +75% 2,191 $891   $516,732,450 58
2008/09/14 6 $1,060,314 -46% 2,191 $484   $517,792,764 59
2008/09/15 6 $277,347 -74% 2,191 $127   $518,070,111 60
2008/09/16 6 $306,209 +10% 2,191 $140   $518,376,320 61
2008/09/17 6 $292,421 -5% 2,191 $133   $518,668,741 62
2008/09/18 6 $306,112 +5% 2,191 $140   $518,974,853 63
2008/09/19 10 $803,027 +162% 1,905 $422   $519,777,880 64
2008/09/20 9 $1,391,638 +73% 1,905 $731   $521,169,518 65
2008/09/21 9 $720,509 -48% 1,905 $378   $521,890,027 66
2008/09/22 9 $216,153 -70% 1,905 $113   $522,106,180 67
2008/09/23 9 $235,606 +9% 1,905 $124   $522,341,786 68
2008/09/24 9 $231,250 -2% 1,905 $121   $522,573,036 69
2008/09/25 9 $237,227 +3% 1,905 $125   $522,810,263 70
2008/09/26 - $426,875 +80% 1,406 $304   $523,237,138 71
2008/09/27 - $821,336 +92% 1,406 $584   $524,058,474 72
2008/09/28 - $416,210 -49% 1,406 $296   $524,474,684 73
2008/09/29 - $124,863 -70% 1,406 $89   $524,599,547 74
2008/09/30 - $141,095 +13% 1,406 $100   $524,740,642 75
2008/10/01 - $133,430 -5% 1,406 $95   $524,874,072 76
2008/10/02 - $129,102 -3% 1,406 $92   $525,003,174 77
2008/10/03 - $231,094 +79% 663 $349   $525,234,268 78
2008/10/04 - $391,297 +69% 663 $590   $525,625,565 79
2008/10/05 - $205,822 -47% 663 $310   $525,831,387 80
2008/10/06 - $73,283 -64% 663 $111   $525,904,670 81
2008/10/07 - $79,145 +8% 663 $119   $525,983,815 82
2008/10/08 - $84,659 +7% 663 $128   $526,068,474 83
2008/10/09 - $94,112 +11% 663 $142   $526,162,586 84
2008/10/10 - $151,495 +61% 375 $404   $526,314,081 85
2008/10/11 - $235,381 +55% 375 $628   $526,549,462 86
2008/10/12 - $141,452 -40% 375 $377   $526,690,914 87
2008/10/13 - $92,199 -35% 375 $246   $526,783,113 88
2008/10/14 - $48,409 -47% 375 $129   $526,831,522 89
2008/10/15 - $49,425 +2% 375 $132   $526,880,947 90
2008/10/16 - $63,257 +28% 375 $169   $526,944,204 91
2008/10/17 - $130,274 +106% 290 $449   $527,074,478 92
2008/10/18 - $185,498 +42% 290 $640   $527,259,976 93
2008/10/19 - $96,376 -48% 290 $332   $527,356,352 94
2008/10/20 - $38,195 -60% 290 $132   $527,394,547 95
2008/10/21 - $47,262 +24% 290 $163   $527,441,809 96
2008/10/22 - $41,096 -13% 290 $142   $527,482,905 97
2008/10/23 - $43,381 +6% 290 $150   $527,526,286 98
2008/10/24 - $89,699 +107% 166 $540   $527,615,985 99
2008/10/25 - $134,264 +50% 166 $809   $527,750,249 100
2008/10/26 - $71,986 -46% 166 $434   $527,822,235 101
2008/10/27 - $25,198 -65% 166 $152   $527,847,433 102
2008/10/28 - $30,584 +21% 166 $184   $527,878,017 103
2008/10/29 - $31,607 +3% 166 $190   $527,909,624 104
2008/10/30 - $33,187 +5% 166 $200   $527,942,811 105
2008/10/31 - $49,209 +48% 149 $330   $527,992,020 106
2008/11/01 - $141,048 +187% 149 $947   $528,133,068 107
2008/11/02 - $80,211 -43% 149 $538   $528,213,279 108
2008/11/03 - $28,074 -65% 149 $188   $528,241,353 109
2008/11/04 - $27,232 -3% 149 $183   $528,268,585 110
2008/11/05 - $23,017 -15% 149 $154   $528,291,602 111
2008/11/06 - $24,290 +6% 149 $163   $528,315,892 112
2008/11/07 - $60,432 +149% 125 $483   $528,376,324 113
2008/11/08 - $99,890 +65% 125 $799   $528,476,214 114
2008/11/09 - $59,103 -41% 125 $473   $528,535,317 115
2008/11/10 - $32,507 -45% 125 $260   $528,567,824 116
2008/11/11 - $39,658 +22% 125 $317   $528,607,482 117
2008/11/12 - $15,467 -61% 125 $124   $528,622,949 118
2008/11/13 - $17,787 +15% 125 $142   $528,640,736 119
2008/11/14 - $140,375 +689% 346 $406   $528,781,111 120
2008/11/15 - $229,775 +64% 346 $664   $529,010,886 121
2008/11/16 - $132,184 -42% 346 $382   $529,143,070 122
2008/11/17 - $43,621 -67% 346 $126   $529,186,691 123
2008/11/18 18 $49,291 +13% 346 $142   $529,235,982 124
2008/11/19 17 $45,846 -7% 346 $133   $529,281,828 125
2008/11/20 16 $44,013 -4% 346 $127   $529,325,841 126
2008/11/21 15 $110,455 +151% 345 $320   $529,436,296 127
2008/11/22 15 $164,631 +49% 345 $477   $529,600,927 128
2008/11/23 15 $95,363 -42% 345 $276   $529,696,290 129
2008/11/24 16 $37,592 -61% 346 $109   $529,733,882 130
2008/11/25 - $49,467 +32% 345 $143   $529,783,349 131
2008/11/26 - $69,253 +40% 322 $215   $529,852,602 132
2008/11/27 - $63,021 -9% 322 $196   $529,915,623 133
2008/11/28 - $135,567 +115% 305 $444   $530,051,190 134
2008/11/29 - $139,084 +3% 305 $456   $530,190,274 135
2008/11/30 - $68,715 -51% 305 $225   $530,258,989 136
2008/12/01 - $21,302 -69% 305 $70   $530,280,291 137
2008/12/02 - $23,106 +8% 305 $76   $530,303,397 138
2008/12/03 - $24,492 +6% 305 $80   $530,327,889 139
2008/12/04 - $25,578 +4% 305 $84   $530,353,467 140
2008/12/05 - $53,245 +108% 269 $198   $530,406,712 141
2008/12/06 - $81,269 +53% 269 $302   $530,487,981 142
2008/12/07 - $52,904 -35% 269 $197   $530,540,885 143
2008/12/08 - $18,252 -65% 269 $68   $530,559,137 144
2008/12/09 - $17,705 -3% 269 $66   $530,576,842 145
2008/12/10 - $17,528 -1% 269 $65   $530,594,370 146
2008/12/11 - $17,003 -3% 269 $63   $530,611,373 147
2008/12/12 - $31,498 +85% 205 $154   $530,642,871 148
2008/12/13 - $53,745 +71% 205 $262   $530,696,616 149
2008/12/14 - $27,010 -50% 205 $132   $530,723,626 150
2008/12/15 - $8,406 -69% 205 $41   $530,732,032 151
2008/12/16 - $9,331 +11% 205 $46   $530,741,363 152
2008/12/17 - $8,865 -5% 205 $43   $530,750,228 153
2008/12/18 - $9,594 +8% 205 $47   $530,759,822 154
2008/12/19 - $14,969 +56% 157 $95   $530,774,791 155
2008/12/20 - $21,785 +46% 157 $139   $530,796,576 156
2008/12/21 - $14,989 -31% 157 $95   $530,811,565 157
2008/12/22 - $11,392 -24% 157 $73   $530,822,957 158
2008/12/23 - $10,823 -5% 157 $69   $530,833,780 159
2008/12/24 - $5,412 -50% 74 $73   $530,839,192 160
2008/12/25 - $6,974 +29% 74 $94   $530,846,166 161
2008/12/26 - $18,265 +162% 74 $247   $530,864,431 162
2008/12/27 - $20,932 +15% 74 $283   $530,885,363 163
2008/12/28 - $11,489 -45% 74 $155   $530,896,852 164
2008/12/29 - $10,803 -6% 74 $146   $530,907,655 165
2008/12/30 - $10,159 -6% 74 $137   $530,917,814 166
2008/12/31 - $7,112 -30% 74 $96   $530,924,926 167
2009/01/01 - $11,512 +62% 74 $156   $530,936,438 168
2009/01/02 - $24,078 +109% 75 $321   $530,960,516 169
2009/01/03 - $26,042 +8% 75 $347   $530,986,558 170
2009/01/04 - $15,020 -42% 75 $200   $531,001,578 171
2009/01/05 - $4,506 -70% 75 $60   $531,006,084 172
2009/01/06 - $4,291 -5% 75 $57   $531,010,375 173
2009/01/07 - $3,905 -9% 75 $52   $531,014,280 174
2009/01/08 - $4,334 +11% 75 $58   $531,018,614 175
2009/01/09 - $2,687 -38% 7 $384   $531,021,301 176
2009/01/10 - $4,747 +77% 7 $678   $531,026,048 177
2009/01/11 - $578 -88% 7 $83   $531,026,626 178
2009/01/12 - $404 -30% 7 $58   $531,027,030 179
2009/01/13 - $327 -19% 7 $47   $531,027,357 180
2009/01/14 - $269 -18% 7 $38   $531,027,626 181
2009/01/15 - $173 -36% 7 $25   $531,027,799 182
2009/01/16 - $2,015 +1,065% 6 $336   $531,029,814 183
2009/01/17 - $6,828 +239% 6 $1,138   $531,036,642 184
2009/01/18 - $768 -89% 6 $128   $531,037,410 185
2009/01/19 66 $245 -68% 6 $41   $531,037,655 186
2009/01/20 - $469 +91% 6 $78   $531,038,124 187
2009/01/21 - $345 -26% 6 $58   $531,038,469 188
2009/01/22 - $943 +173% 6 $157   $531,039,412 189
2009/01/23 - $194,343 +20,509% 350 $555   $531,233,755 190
2009/01/24 - $297,384 +53% 350 $850   $531,531,139 191
2009/01/25 - $175,670 -41% 350 $502   $531,706,809 192
2009/01/26 - $50,945 -71% 350 $146   $531,757,754 193
2009/01/27 - $56,039 +10% 350 $160   $531,813,793 194
2009/01/28 - $53,238 -5% 350 $152   $531,867,031 195
2009/01/29 - $52,872 -1% 350 $151   $531,919,903 196
2009/01/30 - $122,807 +132% 211 $582   $532,042,710 197
2009/01/31 - $243,869 +99% 211 $1,156   $532,286,579 198
2009/02/01 - $70,167 -71% 211 $333   $532,356,746 199
2009/02/02 - $32,176 -54% 211 $152   $532,388,922 200
2009/02/03 - $30,186 -6% 211 $143   $532,419,108 201
2009/02/04 - $29,875 -1% 211 $142   $532,448,983 202
2009/02/05 - $29,158 -2% 211 $138   $532,478,141 203
2009/02/06 - $88,467 +203% 188 $471   $532,566,608 204
2009/02/07 - $169,219 +91% 188 $900   $532,735,827 205
2009/02/08 - $96,140 -43% 188 $511   $532,831,967 206
2009/02/09 - $20,791 -78% 188 $111   $532,852,758 207
2009/02/10 - $21,974 +6% 188 $117   $532,874,732 208
2009/02/11 - $20,876 -5% 188 $111   $532,895,608 209
2009/02/12 - $20,932 n/c 188 $111   $532,916,540 210
2009/02/13 - $24,738 +18% 152 $163   $532,941,278 211
2009/02/14 - $68,354 +176% 152 $450   $533,009,632 212
2009/02/15 - $34,553 -49% 152 $227   $533,044,185 213
2009/02/16 44 $17,865 -48% 152 $118   $533,062,050 214
2009/02/17 - $8,418 -53% 152 $55   $533,070,468 215
2009/02/18 - $7,803 -7% 152 $51   $533,078,271 216
2009/02/19 - $11,991 +54% 152 $79   $533,090,262 217
2009/02/20 - $25,249 +111% 55 $459   $533,115,511 218
2009/02/21 - $49,041 +94% 55 $892   $533,164,552 219
2009/02/22 - $19,667 -60% 55 $358   $533,184,219 220
2009/02/23 - $7,867 -60% 55 $143   $533,192,086 221
2009/02/24 - $5,684 -28% 55 $103   $533,197,770 222
2009/02/25 - $7,105 +25% 55 $129   $533,204,875 223
2009/02/26 - $9,119 +28% 55 $166   $533,213,994 224
2009/02/27 - $23,929 +162% 54 $443   $533,237,923 225
2009/02/28 - $54,697 +129% 54 $1,013   $533,292,620 226
2009/03/01 - $23,441 -57% 54 $434   $533,316,061 227
2009/03/02 - $7,267 -69% 54 $135   $533,323,328 228
2009/03/03 - $7,314 +1% 54 $135   $533,330,642 229
2009/03/04 - $6,510 -11% 54 $121   $533,337,152 230
2009/03/05 - $8,206 +26% 54 $152   $533,345,358 231

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/18 1 $158,411,483   4,366 $36,283   $158,411,483 3
2008/07/25 1 $75,166,466 -53% 4,366 $17,216   $313,781,677 10
2008/08/01 1 $42,664,219 -43% 4,266 $10,001   $393,751,065 17
2008/08/08 1 $26,117,030 -39% 4,025 $6,489   $441,628,497 24
2008/08/15 2 $16,379,293 -37% 3,590 $4,562   $471,082,150 31
2008/08/22 4 $10,542,424 -36% 3,163 $3,333   $489,416,885 38
2008/08/29 3 $8,622,879 -18% 2,750 $3,136   $502,293,926 45
2008/09/05 3 $5,515,119 -36% 2,575 $2,142   $511,997,658 52
2008/09/12 7 $4,128,153 -25% 2,191 $1,884   $517,792,764 59
2008/09/19 9 $2,915,174 -29% 1,905 $1,530   $521,890,027 66
2008/09/26 13 $1,664,421 -43% 1,406 $1,184   $524,474,684 73
2008/10/03 21 $828,213 -50% 663 $1,249   $525,831,387 80
2008/10/10 19 $528,328 -36% 375 $1,409   $526,690,914 87
2008/10/17 20 $412,148 -22% 290 $1,421   $527,356,352 94
2008/10/24 27 $295,949 -28% 166 $1,783   $527,822,235 101
2008/10/31 27 $270,468 -9% 149 $1,815   $528,213,279 108
2008/11/07 31 $219,425 -19% 125 $1,755   $528,535,317 115
2008/11/14 18 $502,334 +129% 346 $1,452   $529,143,070 122
2008/11/21 19 $370,449 -26% 345 $1,074   $529,696,290 129
2008/11/28 20 $343,366 -7% 305 $1,126   $530,258,989 136
2008/12/05 22 $187,418 -45% 269 $697   $530,540,885 143
2008/12/12 28 $112,253 -40% 205 $548   $530,723,626 150
2008/12/19 38 $51,743 -54% 157 $330   $530,811,565 157
2008/12/26 43 $50,686 -2% 74 $685   $530,896,852 164
2009/01/02 43 $65,140 +29% 75 $869   $531,001,578 171
2009/01/09 64 $8,012 -88% 7 $1,145   $531,026,626 178
2009/01/16 63 $9,611 +20% 6 $1,602   $531,037,410 185
2009/01/23 26 $667,397 +6,844% 350 $1,907   $531,706,809 192
2009/01/30 26 $436,843 -35% 211 $2,070   $532,356,746 199
2009/02/06 30 $353,826 -19% 188 $1,882   $532,831,967 206
2009/02/13 42 $127,645 -64% 152 $840   $533,044,185 213
2009/02/20 44 $93,957 -26% 55 $1,708   $533,184,219 220
2009/02/27 46 $102,067 +9% 54 $1,890   $533,316,061 227

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/14/200816,844,050 6,844,050$121,568,807$121,568,8071
12/21/200822,554,255-63% 9,398,305$43,641,235$165,210,0422
12/28/200811,546,014-39% 10,944,319$26,468,533$191,678,5743
1/4/20092471,611-69% 11,415,930$7,425,610$199,104,1844
1/11/20097165,619-65% 11,581,549$2,740,332$201,844,5165
1/18/20099132,565-20% 11,714,114$2,274,179$204,118,6956
1/25/20097119,264-10% 11,833,378$1,937,718$206,056,4137
2/1/200911110,249-8% 11,943,627$1,769,871$207,826,2848
2/8/20091489,319-19% 12,032,946$1,439,036$209,265,3209
2/15/20091492,050+3% 12,124,996$1,516,745$210,782,06510
2/22/20091099,668+8% 12,224,664$1,605,024$212,387,08911
3/1/20095203,384+104% 12,428,048$3,266,713$215,653,80212
3/8/2009883,993-59% 12,512,041$1,407,227$217,061,02913
3/15/20092046,576-45% 12,558,617$883,030$217,944,05914
3/22/20092731,104-33% 12,589,721$593,452$218,537,51115
6/21/20092450,936 12,883,309$609,587$223,679,08128
6/28/20092833,862-34% 12,917,171$438,025$224,117,10729
10/25/20091745,502 13,303,048$625,652$229,260,86746
11/1/20092730,488-33% 13,333,536$304,575$229,565,44247
11/8/20092942,675+40% 13,376,211$426,323$229,991,76548
11/15/20092638,090-11% 13,414,301$380,519$230,372,28449
11/22/20092150,721+33% 13,465,022$627,495$230,999,77950
11/29/200921,210,786+2,287% 14,675,808$5,581,723$236,581,50351
12/6/20092670,289-94% 14,746,097$787,089$237,368,59252
12/20/20092980,507 14,899,132$969,916$239,196,01454
1/3/20102346,130 15,029,173$490,007$240,748,09056
5/2/20102814,299 15,343,025$155,916$245,354,63973
5/16/20102618,485 15,377,131$194,869$245,716,91375
5/23/20103017,033-8% 15,394,164$181,199$245,898,11276
11/28/201013354,873 16,032,181$1,827,596$250,845,426103
12/26/20103084,329 16,283,644$921,336$253,487,567107
1/2/20112976,391-9% 16,360,035$857,604$254,345,171108
10/23/20112321,253 16,520,922$169,811$255,915,305150
11/27/201121187,850 16,710,955$1,086,524$257,018,735155
1/1/20122559,998 16,794,712$297,062$257,445,625160
6/24/20123016,875 16,891,666$93,131$257,947,602185
7/1/20122621,010+25% 16,912,676$111,198$258,058,799186
7/8/20122623,766+13% 16,936,442$122,972$258,181,772187
7/15/20122334,342+45% 16,970,784$190,402$258,372,174188
7/22/20121359,054+72% 17,029,838$352,434$258,724,608189
7/29/20124101,513+72% 17,131,351$677,488$259,402,096190
8/5/20124112,272+11% 17,243,623$739,401$260,141,497191
8/12/20121143,866-61% 17,287,489$298,118$260,439,614192
8/19/20121928,735-34% 17,316,224$201,838$260,641,452193
12/2/20122686,421 17,418,857$419,384$261,168,509208
12/23/20122880,668 17,500,681$337,499$261,511,103211
12/30/201219111,581+38% 17,612,262$481,628$261,992,731212
1/6/20131572,920-35% 17,685,646$378,994$262,373,917213

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/9/2009137,525 7,525$154,186$154,18635
8/23/2009147,409 22,082$151,817$452,47137
8/30/2009156,947-6% 29,029$142,349$594,82038
9/6/200999,388+35% 38,417$184,565$779,38539
9/13/2009717,705+89% 56,122$338,171$1,117,55640
9/20/2009222,361+26% 78,483$413,460$1,531,01641
9/27/2009716,595-26% 95,078$306,840$1,837,85642
10/4/2009519,803+19% 114,881$366,155$2,204,01143
10/11/2009629,731+50% 144,612$549,733$2,753,74444
10/18/2009814,244-52% 158,856$263,365$3,017,10945
10/25/2009812,103-15% 170,959$184,935$3,202,04446
11/1/20091014,759+22% 185,718$225,522$3,427,56647
11/8/20091017,886+21% 203,604$273,298$3,700,86448
11/15/20091810,637-41% 214,241$162,527$3,863,39149
11/29/20097135,226 350,408$2,040,558$5,918,14851
12/6/2009950,601-63% 401,009$809,104$6,727,25252
12/27/20091453,322 471,997$799,304$7,791,37155
1/3/20101151,229-4% 523,226$767,917$8,559,28856
1/10/2010832,319-37% 555,545$484,468$9,043,75657
2/28/20102020,868 634,291$312,806$10,224,12164
3/7/20102010,202-51% 644,493$152,928$10,377,04965
4/11/2010208,345 678,148$125,097$10,881,54170
4/25/2010187,079 695,328$88,065$11,121,02372
5/2/20101112,847+81% 708,175$121,918$11,242,94173
5/9/2010630,936+141% 739,111$293,586$11,536,52774
5/16/2010821,693-30% 760,804$210,206$11,746,73375
5/23/2010723,790+10% 784,594$225,772$11,972,50576
5/30/20101011,779-50% 796,373$111,782$12,084,28777
6/6/2010146,995-41% 803,368$66,381$12,150,66878
6/13/20101810,689+53% 814,057$105,924$12,256,59279
6/27/2010169,933 825,479$130,813$12,401,53981
7/18/20101211,443 840,172$196,025$12,653,23884
7/25/2010206,817-40% 846,989$108,042$12,761,28085
8/1/2010195,983-12% 852,972$104,648$12,865,92886
8/15/2010205,164 860,969$90,316$13,005,79988
8/22/2010176,609+28% 867,578$115,593$13,121,39289
8/29/2010185,776-13% 873,354$101,017$13,222,40990
9/12/20101110,507 894,063$94,460$13,408,58692
9/19/2010812,296+17% 906,359$110,544$13,519,13093
9/26/201078,071-34% 914,430$72,555$13,591,68594
10/3/2010912,879+60% 927,309$151,203$13,742,88895
10/17/2010169,057 938,726$140,300$13,919,74697
10/24/20101118,534+105% 957,260$287,099$14,206,84598
11/21/2010188,862 984,258$137,280$14,625,046102
11/28/20101888,445+898% 1,072,703$1,255,925$15,880,971103
12/5/2010874,227-16% 1,146,930$921,901$16,802,872104
12/19/20102043,652 1,216,460$454,857$17,527,379106
1/9/20111322,334 1,279,895$231,157$18,183,931109
2/6/20111317,937 1,318,989$181,701$18,579,950113
2/13/20111619,046+6% 1,338,035$190,265$18,770,215114
7/31/20111120,503 1,458,617$223,896$20,086,978138
8/7/20111013,876-32% 1,472,493$156,240$20,243,218139
8/14/20111415,703+13% 1,488,196$156,875$20,400,093140
8/21/20111320,471+30% 1,508,667$228,659$20,628,752141
8/28/20111414,457-29% 1,523,124$152,237$20,780,989142
9/4/20111211,873-18% 1,534,997$132,383$20,913,372143
9/11/2011167,647-36% 1,542,644$85,262$20,998,634144
9/25/2011184,354 1,550,411$47,374$21,083,143146
10/9/2011207,534 1,562,377$75,264$21,210,215148
10/23/20111125,098 1,591,954$321,501$21,589,091150
11/27/20111378,589 1,680,600$1,186,688$22,927,636155
12/4/20111927,184-65% 1,707,784$290,867$23,218,503156
1/1/20121529,379 1,827,781$256,774$24,267,282160
6/3/20121911,710 1,935,511$173,311$25,861,704182
6/10/2012817,582+50% 1,953,093$257,218$26,118,922183
6/24/20121313,239 1,968,563$170,515$26,318,171185
7/1/20121216,237+23% 1,984,800$210,753$26,528,924186
7/8/2012535,441+118% 2,020,241$457,546$26,986,470187
7/15/2012551,607+46% 2,071,848$645,085$27,631,555188
7/22/20122118,314+129% 2,190,162$1,528,612$29,160,167189
7/29/2012280,696-32% 2,270,858$1,042,592$30,202,759190
8/5/2012362,944-22% 2,333,802$862,960$31,065,719191
8/12/2012426,880-57% 2,360,682$379,542$31,445,261192
8/19/2012199,281-65% 2,369,963$132,815$31,578,076193
12/2/20121645,243 2,496,771$361,492$32,591,266208

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