District 9

District 9 poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $115,646,235Details
International Box Office $99,550,392
Worldwide Box Office $215,196,627
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $32,079,401 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $24,071,896 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $56,151,297
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
90% - Certified Fresh
Audience
82% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 14th, 2009 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: December 22nd, 2009 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for bloody violence and pervasive language
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Wingnut Films

International Details: Foreign Releases Go Lala

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International Details: Date Night an International Affair

Date Night started its international run in sixth place with $7.05 million on 1616 screens in 34 markets. While it is playing in a large number of markets, these were mostly of the smaller variety. The largest was Australia, where it placed third with $1.99 million on 304 screens. It also placed third in Brazil with $1.02 million on 174. It managed second place in Mexico, but with only $863,000 on 305 screens. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Picture

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 Picture and we actually have a real race in this category. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Adapted Screenplay

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 Adapted Screenplay, which is one of the categories that I think could give us a surprise. 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...

DVD Sales: 2010 Starts with a Hangover

None of the new releases were able to take top spot on the DVD sales chart for January 3, leaving The Hangover in first place for the third week in a row. It added 692,000 units and $12.43 million to take its running tallies to 6.63 million units and $125.40 million. More...

DVD Sales: Holiday Wrap-Up

Thanks to the holidays, DVD sales numbers were not reported on our usual schedule, but next week we should be back to normal, so it's a perfect time to wrap up some of the interesting notes from over the holidays.

The week after Black Friday saw the release of Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian and Terminator Salvation, neither of which matched expectations, although made up for their poor DVD performance somewhat by selling well on Blu-ray. More...

Awards Season - Looking Up for the PGA

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

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 22th, 2009

Talk about last minute gift ideas. In fact, if you buy gifts online, it will be too late to grab these, because it would take too long to ship them to you. As such, there are a number of prime releases as studios hope to attract last minute gift givers, but also a few that feel like they are being dumped here as an early Boxing Week sales. At the top of the list we have (500) Days of Summer on DVD or Blu-ray + Digital Copy and District 9 on Blu-ray. (The latter is also coming out on DVD, but the Blu-ray is by far the best deal.) Both are worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. Meanwhile, if you are Canadian, or a fan of Canadian culture, grab Trailer Park Boys 2 - Countdown to Liquor Day on Blu-ray, which is the ever-popular DVD Puck of the Week. 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...

International Details: Assassin Takes on the Competition

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International Details - An Ugly Milestone

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

International Details - Number Six for District Nine, Redux

District 9 returned to sixth place with $6.20 million on 2233 screens in 44 markets for a total of $77.12 million international and $192.36 million. The film opened in first place in South Korea with $1.60 million on 287 screens over the weekend and $1.88 million in total. On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in Brazil with $865,000 on 204 screens over the weekend for a total of $968,000 and Mexico wasn't as strong with $666,000 on 250 screens, but that was still enough for second place. The film still has a couple markets left to open in, but none are major markets. This will make it hard to reach $100 million internationally, but it could make to $200 million worldwide by this time next week. More...

International details - Agora Speaks to the Masses

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

International Details - Nothing Small About Petit

Le Petit Nicolas debuted in sixth place internationally with $9.39 million on 618 screens in 3 markets. Of that total, $8.88 million was earned on 571 screens in France, which was more than five times the amount earned by the second place film. More...

International Details - Number Six for District Nine

District 9 climbed into sixth place with $6.19 million on 2547 screens in 35 markets for a total of $56.88 million. This includes a fifth place, $926,000 opening on 253 screens in Italy, while it added $1.94 million on 448 screens during the full week in France for a total of $6.05 million after two. More...

International Details - Viking Still Pillaging International Box Office

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International Top Five - First for Final

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International Details - An Interesting Proposal

The Proposal had massive gains this past weekend and just failed to reach the top five with $5.83 million on 2160 screens in 42 markets for a total of $124.60 million internationally and $285.57 million worldwide. It is now the biggest worldwide hit for Sandra Bullock, and it still has a chance to overtake Speed internationally. This week it debuted in third place in Italy with $1.43 million on 354 screens over the weekend for a total of $1.86 million during its opening, which is much weaker than its performance here. It has yet to open in France, which is key in its quest to overtake Speed, but even if it bombs there and in Japan, it will still hit $300 million worldwide. More...

Summer\'s Final Tally Sets Records

Labor Day long weekend is over and, as we already knew, the summer of 2009 set records. Over the summer months, the box office earned $4.31 billion, which was well ahead of 2007's previous record of $4.16 billion. Granted, as mentioned before, this summer not only had two years of inflation, but also one additional weekend. Even so, there's a lot to cheer about. This past weekend, the industry pulled in $99 million over three days and $125 million over four. This is a huge amount compared to same weekend last year; however, because summer lasted one week longer, this weekend last year was the weekend after the Labor Day long weekend, so the comparison falls apart. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $7.41 billion, which is 7.8% more than at the same point in 2008. The lead in terms of raw dollars is more than $500 million, and it would take a massive collapse for this lead to evaporate. Hopefully that will not happen, but given the performance of the three new releases this week, it is not impossible. More...

International Details - Still a Force to be Reckoned With

G-Force just missed the top five with $7.09 million on 2964 screens in 30 markets for a total of $67.97 million. The film had no major market openings this week, but it did add $2.17 million on 409 screens in Russia for a total of $8.93 million after two weeks there. Up next is Spain this weekend, which means it could climb back into the top five, if it performs well there. More...

All Fun and Games

It's the final weekend of summer 2009, and already we've broken the record for the season. The previous record was set in 2007 when the total summer box office was $4.16 billion. In comparison, at the end of last weekend, 2009 had earned $4.17 billion and there's one more weekend to go. Granted, 2009 is a rare year where the summer had 18 weekends instead of 17, and 2009 also has two years worth of inflation to help, but this is still worth celebrating. Looking at the final weekend of the summer, we should end the season on a high note as this time last year was, well, terrible. It would be nearly medically impossible for the summer to end weaker than last year, but there is a chance none of the three wide releases will come out on top, which would be a bit of a disappointing end. More...

Final Starts Out on Top

It was a great weekend at the box office as all but one film in the top five films met or exceeded expectations, some by large margins. This helped the box office pull in a very healthy total of $125 million over the weekend, which was just 1.7% lower than last week. More importantly, it was a stunning 28% higher than the same weekend last year. Wow. Granted, this weekend last year was Labor Day weekend, which is a terrible time at the box office, but this is still a fantastic result. Year-to-date, 2009 has pulled in $7.24 billion, which is 7.4% higher than last year's pace. More...

International Details - Post Summer Hangover

Summer is mostly over and we're moving back to the normal schedule for the international box office columns. Mostly. There are still not enough multi-million dollar films to fill out the top 30, but as the blockbusters make way for smaller releases, that will change. Meanwhile, The Hangover remained in sixth place with $7.65 million on 2782 screens in 46 markets for a total of $152.38 million internationally and $420.65 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Brazil with $1.13 million on 205 screens, while it remained in first place in Mexico with $1.04 million on 398 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.56 million after two. Other million dollar markets include Spain where it was down just 18% to $1.27 million on 319 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.88 million after two, and Germany where it added $1.02 million on 427 screens giving the film a total of $15.29 million after a month of release. More...

It\'s Going to be a Scary Weekend

There are two horror sequels opening at saturation-level theater counts this week, both of which could open with near identical numbers over the next three days. This close race should add interest to the weekend box office, while 2009 should have little trouble maintaining its lead over last year, which had four wide releases, none of which topped $10 million. More...

Basterds are the Pride of the Charts

Overall the box office was weaker than expected this weekend with only one of four releases meeting expectations, while the holdovers were not able to completely compensate. This led a 10.5% drop-off in ticket sales from last weekend; however, the $127 million total box office take is still 20% higher than the same weekend last year. 2009 stretched its year-to-date lead over 2008 to 6.9%, earning $7.06 billion to $6.60 billion so far. More...

Weekend Estimates: Basterds Scores Record Opening for Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino enjoyed the best opening of his career over the weekend, according to Weinstein Co.'s estimate released on Sunday morning. With $37.6 million, the movie tops his previous best, which is either Sin City (if you count his single scene as a legitimate directing credit) or Kill Bill: Volume 2, depending on your perspective. Either way, it's an impressive debut for a late Summer movie. More...

International Details - Enemies has a lot of International Friends

Public Enemies remained in fifth place with $8.74 million on 2919 screens in 49 markets for a total of $76.20 million. The film opened in first place in Spain with $2.44 million on 460 screens, but had to settle for fifth in South Korea with $1.22 million on 375 screens over the weekend and $1.70 million in total. With Debuts in Italy and Japan still ahead, the film should have no trouble topping $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide. However, it was a costly film to make, so it will have to show some strength on the home market to show a profit. More...

Glory Awaits

This week we have two saturation level releases and two releases that don't even qualify as truly wide but could still reach the top ten. Realistically, even with four wide-ish releases, only one of them has a real shot at top spot and that will hurt the overall box office. On the other hand, this week last year was much worse in terms of high powered releases and 2009 should continue its winning ways. More...

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Nine Helps \'09 Strive to Become Number One

Nine was the lucky number over the weekend as District 9 topped the charts with better than expected results. Also, nine of the ten film talked about in Thursday's column met or exceeded expectations. This helped the box office bring in $142 million overall, which was only 3% lower than last weekend. More importantly, it was 14% higher than the same weekend last year, which was much better than expected. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $6.86 billion in total revenue, which is 6.6% higher than last year's pace. More...

Making Noise on the Per Theater Chart

It Might Get Loud led the way on the Per Theater Chart with an average of $13,240 in seven theaters, which suggests some potential for expansion. District 9 was relatively close behind with an average of $12,251. More...

Weekend Estimates: District 9 Tops Predictions with Big Opening Weekend

District 9 showed that quality is still worth something at the box office this weekend by topping most predictions to score a healthy $37 million opening, according to Sony's estimate released on Sunday morning. While that's some way behind the $54.7 million earned by G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra last weekend, it was made in almost 1,000 theaters, and at a much lower cost to the studio. Profitability for the movie seems assured. More...

Nine Aiming at Number One

As summer slows down, the number of new releases speeds up. This week we have five films with a shot at reaching the top ten, but only three of those are opening truly wide, and only one is a saturation-level release. It's hard to say if this week is much stronger or weaker than last year, but it should be close. More...

Trailers for Movies Opening August 14, 2009


Contest - Another Alien Adventure

What's with the alien movies lately? Not only is the widest release of next week and the target film for this week, District 9, an alien film, but we feature another alien film among our prizes. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of District 9. 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 Race to Witch Mountain on Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of SpongeBoB SquarePants - To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants on DVD and Ni Hao Kai-Lan - Great Trip to China! on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2009 Preview: August

July was a mixed month with several of the big hits failing to live up to great expectations, while still being big hits. There were no surprise hits, but no outright bombs either. No outright bombs is what the industry is hoping for August, but that seems less likely. We could see a monster hit opening on the first week, but that potential hit, G.I.Joe, could also be a monster bomb. There is at least one movie opening each week that I'm personally interested in, although for the most part it is not the widest release of the week that piques my interest. More...

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Cast

Sharlto Copley    Wikus Van de Merwe
David James    Koobus Venter
Vanessa Haywood    Tania Van de Merwe
Mandla Gaduka    Fundiswa Mhlanga
Kenneth Nkosi    Thomas
Eugene Khumbanyiwa    Obesandjo
Louis Minnaar    Piet Smit
William Allen Young    Dirk Michaels
Nathalie Boltt    Sarah Livingstone
Sylvaine Strike    Dr. Katrina McKenzie
Elizabeth Mkandawie    Interviewee
John Sumner    Les Feldman
Greg Melvill-Smith    Interviewer
Nick Blake    François Moraneu
Jed Brophy    James Hope
Marian Hooman    Sandra Van de Merwe
Vittorio Leonardi    Michael Blomstein
Johan van Schoor    Nicolas Van de Merwe
Stella Steenkamp    Phyllis Sinderson
Mampho Brescia    Reporter

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Neill Blomkamp
Screenwriter    Neill Blomkamp
Screenwriter    Terri Tatchell
Producer    Peter Jackson
Producer    Carolynne Cunningham
Executive Producer    Bill Block
Executive Producer    Ken Kamins
Co-Producer    Philippa Boyens
Co-Executive Producer    Paul Hanson
Co-Executive Producer    Elliot Ferwerda
Cinematographer    Trent Opaloch
Editor    Julian Clarke
Composer    Clinton Shorter
Music Supervisor    Michelle Belcher
Production Designer    Philip Ivey
Art Director    Emilia Weavind
Art Director    Mike Berg
Set Decorator    Guy Potgieter
Costume Designer    Diana Cilliers
Sound Mixer    Ken Saville
Sound Mixer    Lebo Mawasha
Sound Mixer    Basiami Segola
Supervising Sound Editor    Brent Burge
Supervising Sound Editor    Chris Ward
Sound Designer    Dave Whitehead
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Hedges
Re-recording Mixer    Gilbert Lake
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dan Kaufman
Visual Effects Supervisor    Robert Habros
Visual Effects Supervisor    Matt Aitken
Visual Effects Supervisor    Trevor Adams
Visual Effects Supervisor    Patti Gannon
Stunt Coordinator    Grant Hulley
Line Producer    Trishia Downie
Assistant Director    Paul Grinder
Casting Director    Denton Douglas

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/08/14 1 $14,163,902   3,049 $4,645   $14,163,902 1
2009/08/15 1 $12,613,008 -11% 3,049 $4,137   $26,776,910 2
2009/08/16 1 $10,577,398 -16% 3,049 $3,469   $37,354,308 3
2009/08/17 1 $5,162,208 -51% 3,049 $1,693   $42,516,516 4
2009/08/18 1 $4,604,348 -11% 3,049 $1,510   $47,120,864 5
2009/08/19 1 $3,866,075 -16% 3,049 $1,268   $50,986,939 6
2009/08/20 1 $3,603,832 -7% 3,049 $1,182   $54,590,771 7
2009/08/21 2 $5,535,836 +54% 3,050 $1,815   $60,126,607 8
2009/08/22 2 $7,238,481 +31% 3,050 $2,373   $67,365,088 9
2009/08/23 2 $5,439,229 -25% 3,050 $1,783   $72,804,317 10
2009/08/24 2 $2,008,002 -63% 3,050 $658   $74,812,319 11
2009/08/25 2 $2,009,351 n/c 3,050 $659   $76,821,670 12
2009/08/26 2 $1,701,178 -15% 3,050 $558   $78,522,848 13
2009/08/27 2 $1,590,429 -7% 3,050 $521   $80,113,277 14
2009/08/28 4 $2,966,726 +87% 3,180 $933   $83,080,003 15
2009/08/29 4 $4,383,273 +48% 3,180 $1,378   $87,463,276 16
2009/08/30 4 $2,920,436 -33% 3,180 $918   $90,383,712 17
2009/08/31 4 $1,026,212 -65% 3,180 $323   $91,409,924 18
2009/09/01 3 $1,080,697 +5% 3,180 $340   $92,490,621 19
2009/09/02 3 $896,065 -17% 3,180 $282   $93,386,686 20
2009/09/03 3 $887,435 -1% 3,180 $279   $94,274,121 21
2009/09/04 5 $1,772,129 +100% 3,139 $565   $96,046,250 22
2009/09/05 5 $2,559,099 +44% 3,139 $815   $98,605,349 23
2009/09/06 5 $2,745,709 +7% 3,139 $875   $101,351,058 24
2009/09/07 5 $2,037,654 -26% 3,139 $649   $103,388,712 25
2009/09/08 5 $579,951 -72% 3,139 $185   $103,968,663 26
2009/09/09 6 $490,805 -15% 3,139 $156   $104,459,468 27
2009/09/10 6 $457,996 -7% 3,139 $146   $104,917,464 28
2009/09/11 8 $1,051,726 +130% 2,560 $411   $105,969,190 29
2009/09/12 8 $1,602,259 +52% 2,560 $626   $107,571,449 30
2009/09/13 8 $884,784 -45% 2,560 $346   $108,456,233 31
2009/09/14 9 $304,482 -66% 2,560 $119   $108,760,715 32
2009/09/15 10 $352,446 +16% 2,560 $138   $109,113,161 33
2009/09/16 8 $331,175 -6% 2,560 $129   $109,444,336 34
2009/09/17 8 $327,870 -1% 2,560 $128   $109,772,206 35
2009/09/18 13 $568,031 +73% 1,558 $365   $110,340,237 36
2009/09/19 13 $834,192 +47% 1,558 $535   $111,174,429 37
2009/09/20 12 $510,927 -39% 1,558 $328   $111,685,356 38
2009/09/21 13 $182,242 -64% 1,558 $117   $111,867,598 39
2009/09/22 13 $206,508 +13% 1,558 $133   $112,074,106 40
2009/09/23 12 $184,139 -11% 1,558 $118   $112,258,245 41
2009/09/24 12 $181,839 -1% 1,558 $117   $112,440,084 42
2009/09/25 16 $310,922 +71% 925 $336   $112,751,006 43
2009/09/26 15 $475,164 +53% 925 $514   $113,226,170 44
2009/09/27 13 $296,090 -38% 925 $320   $113,522,260 45
2009/09/28 14 $103,872 -65% 925 $112   $113,626,132 46
2009/09/29 14 $104,512 +1% 925 $113   $113,730,644 47
2009/09/30 15 $95,184 -9% 925 $103   $113,825,828 48
2009/10/01 15 $96,586 +1% 925 $104   $113,922,414 49

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/08/14 1 $37,354,308   3,049 $12,251   $37,354,308 3
2009/08/21 2 $18,213,546 -51% 3,050 $5,972   $72,804,317 10
2009/08/28 4 $10,270,435 -44% 3,180 $3,230   $90,383,712 17
2009/09/04 5 $7,076,937 -31% 3,139 $2,255   $101,351,058 24
2009/09/11 8 $3,538,769 -50% 2,560 $1,382   $108,456,233 31
2009/09/18 13 $1,913,150 -46% 1,558 $1,228   $111,685,356 38
2009/09/25 16 $1,082,176 -43% 925 $1,170   $113,522,260 45
2009/10/02 23 $480,524 -56% 493 $975   $114,402,938 52
2009/10/09 29 $290,909 -39% 333 $874   $114,873,680 59
2009/10/16 29 $245,983 -15% 335 $734   $115,238,926 66
2009/10/23 33 $148,051 -40% 232 $638   $115,502,313 73
2009/10/30 38 $82,319 -44% 176 $468   $115,646,235 80

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/27/20092980,904 980,904$16,691,161$16,691,1611
1/3/20104221,209-77% 1,202,113$3,558,678$20,249,8382
1/10/20106143,458-35% 1,345,571$2,394,443$22,644,2813
1/17/20101183,279-42% 1,428,850$1,394,340$24,038,6224
1/24/20101750,756-39% 1,479,606$886,281$24,924,9035
1/31/20101637,443-26% 1,517,049$735,871$25,660,7746
2/7/20101843,522+16% 1,560,571$845,463$26,506,2367
3/14/20102432,247 1,671,208$585,863$28,506,76412

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/27/20091693,400 693,400$12,474,266$12,474,2661
1/3/20102225,471-67% 918,871$4,056,223$16,530,4892
1/10/2010482,581-63% 1,001,452$1,485,634$18,016,1233
1/17/2010352,837-36% 1,054,289$973,253$18,989,3764
1/24/20101223,263-56% 1,077,552$465,034$19,454,4105
1/31/20101513,922-40% 1,091,474$278,305$19,732,7156
2/7/20101516,201+16% 1,107,676$323,867$20,056,5827
2/14/20101417,322+7% 1,124,997$346,271$20,402,8538
2/21/20101814,448-17% 1,139,445$288,817$20,691,6709
2/28/20101126,421+83% 1,165,866$505,440$21,197,11010
3/14/20101514,988 1,188,935$299,609$21,656,32612
6/20/20102014,273 1,248,948$213,946$22,564,16526

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