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Eagle Eye (2008)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $101,440,743Details
International Box Office $76,625,826
Worldwide Box Office $178,066,569
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $40,974,671 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $40,974,671
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
26% - Rotten
Audience
62% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 26th, 2008 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
September 26th, 2008 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: December 28th, 2008 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, and for language.
Running Time: 117 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Angels & Demons
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Keywords: Terrorism, Surprise Twist, Artificial Intelligence, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Pictures, K/O Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 747 $146,604 Jan 2, 2009 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 842 $158,602 Dec 26, 2008 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,106 $129,410 Dec 19, 2008 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 989 $198,135 Dec 12, 2008 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,642 $113,174 Dec 5, 2008 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,223 $247,824 Nov 28, 2008 66
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 540 $100,087,037 Nov 28, 2008 64
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 767 $667,605 Nov 21, 2008 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 588 $1,463,140 Nov 14, 2008 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 501 $2,541,602 Nov 7, 2008 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 520 $3,482,655 Oct 31, 2008 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 492 $5,051,952 Oct 24, 2008 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 533 $7,029,718 Oct 17, 2008 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 479 $10,913,762 Oct 10, 2008 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 435 $17,709,817 Oct 3, 2008 10
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 83 $17,709,817 Oct 3, 2008 10
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 143 $7,869,322 Oct 4, 2008 9
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 491 $50,213,712 Oct 3, 2008 9
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 852 $6,971,596 Sep 28, 2008 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 489 $29,150,721 Sep 26, 2008 3
Biggest September Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 16 $29,150,721 Sep 26, 2008 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 713 $29,150,721 Sep 26, 2008 3
Widest Opening Weekend 306 3,510 Sep 26, 2008 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 589 $12,378,941 Sep 27, 2008 2
Biggest September Day at the Domestic Box Office 19 $12,378,941 Sep 27, 2008 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 675 $9,800,184 Sep 26, 2008 1

Cast

   Jerome "Jerry" Shaw
   Rachel Holloman
Rosario Dawson    Zoe
Michael Chiklis    Defense Secretary Callister
Anthony Mackie    Maj. William Bowman
Billy Bob Thornton    Agent Thomas Morgan
Anthony Azizi    Ranim
Cameron Boyce    Sam
Ethan Embry    Toby Grant
Eric Christian Olsen    Craig
William Sadler    William Shaw

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    John Glenn
Screenwriter    Travis Adam Wright
Screenwriter    Hillary Seitz
Screenwriter    Dan McDermott
Story Creator    Dan McDermott
Producer    Alex Kurtzman
Producer    Roberto Orci
Producer    Patrick Crowley
Executive Producer    Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer    Edward McDonnell
Cinematographer    Dariusz Wolski
Editor    Jim Page
Composer    Brian Tyler
Production Designer    Tom Sanders
Art Director    Sean Haworth
Art Director    Kevin Kavanaugh
Art Director    Naaman Marshall
Set Designer    Amy Heinz
Set Designer    Masako Masuda
Set Decorator    Cindy Carr
Costume Designer    Marie-Sylvie Deveau
Sound Mixer    Kirk Francis
Supervising Sound Editor    Karen Baker Landers
Supervising Sound Editor    Per Hallberg
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jim Rygiel
Special Effects Coordinator    Peter Chesney
Stunt Coordinator    Gregg Smrz
Second Unit Camera    Larry Blanford
Casting    Deborah Aquila
Casting    Tricia Wood
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman
Second Unit Director    Brian Smrz

DVD Sales - Express Runs to the Top

January 19th, 2009

The new releases overwhelmed the sales chart this week taking the top four places, and six of the top ten, and nine of the top thirty. This includes the new number one film, Pineapple Express, which opened in first place with 1.48 million units sold and $31.39 million in revenue. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Dominate First Full Week of New Year

January 19th, 2009

New releases took the top four spots on the rental chart this week, just as they did on the sales chart, and they did it mostly in the same order. Pineapple Express led the way with about 16% more rentals than second place Righteous Kill. More...

DVD Sales - Eye Sees Its Way to the Top

January 13th, 2009

There were a handful of new releases on the first sales chart of the year, including Eagle Eye, which led the way with 1.39 million units during the week. Adding in previous sales, the film has sold 1.58 million units and generated $34.29 million in consumer retail spending. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Nearly Invisible

January 13th, 2009

There was not a single new release to chart this week on the rental side of the home market. At least not an entirely new release. Eagle Eye led the way, but it placed fourth during its early release last week. More...

Contest - Going to the Dogs

January 9th, 2009

There are two films that are estimated to be opening with saturation level theater counts (3,000 or more) on Friday. These films are Paul Blart - Mall Cop and Hotel for Dogs. Either one would make a fine choice as the latest target film in our ongoing box office prediction contest, but we are going with ... Hotel for Dogs. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Hotel for Dogs. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win Eagle Eye - Single Disc Edition, as well as Cyborg Soldier on DVD, Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win Eagle Eye - Single Disc Edition, as well as Kill Switch on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD Sales - Knight Rises

January 7th, 2009

This week, new releases were practically non-existent on the DVD sales chart. In fact, the best selling releases to make their debut on the chart were the late releases from last week. The best seller overall this week was The Dark Knight with 1.69 million units and $37.11 million in consumer retail spending for the week, giving it just a hair under 12.00 million units sold and $252.82 million in sales after three. This is clearly the best selling DVD of 2008 having sold over 1 million units more than WALL-E and nearly $70 million more in retail sales. More...

DVD Rentals - Burn, Baby, Burn

January 7th, 2009

This week on the rental charts we have late releases from the week of the 16th, all the releases from the week of the 23rd, and early releases from the 30th. The number on rental for the week was Burn After Reading, which generated about a sixth more revenue than second place Death Race. More...

DVD Releases for December 30, 2008 - Part I

December 29th, 2008

This week is a mess because we are dealing with DVDs released on the 26th, the 27th, and the 30th. Additionally, we are dealing with the latest two waves of Paramount Blu-rays, so there are a lot of spotlight reviews this week. (Although when it comes to those particular Blu-rays, I have previously reviewed nearly half of them previously, and I have seen more than half of the rest, so it was easy to review.) It was so easy, in fact, I was able to get a couple reviews done in advance, which lead to a record number of spotlight reviews. There are more spotlight reviews this week than the previous four weeks combined. Needless to say, the column had to be split into two, with the second part found here. As for the best of the best, Serenity - Blu-ray easily won the DVD Pick of the Week, while Duckman - Season Three and Four is the DVD Pick of Next Week. Also worth grabbing are Event Horizon on Blu-ray, Ghost Town on either DVD or Blu-ray, Greek - Chapter Two, and The Truman Show on Blu-ray More...

Contest - New Year, Old Movie

December 26th, 2008

It's the beginning of the year, and as is costumary on the first weekend of each year, there are no new releases, which makes the process of choosing a target film a little more difficult. Also, we don't have box office information for Christmas day, so we are not exactly sure which film will top the charts this weekend, and therefore will likely top the charts next weekend. It should come down to either Bedtime Stories or Marley & Me. And our target film is ... (flips a coin) Marley & Me. In order to win, one must simply predict the upcoming weekend box office of Marley & Me. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's upcoming 3-day weekend box office (Friday, January 2nd to Sunday, January 4th), without going over, will win The Wackness on DVD and in paperback. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's upcoming 3-day weekend box office (Friday, January 2nd to Sunday, January 4th), without going under, will win Eagle Eye Special Edition DVD and Conspiracy on DVD Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Christmas Surprise over Thanksgiving

December 2nd, 2008

Tryptophan overload wasn't enough to slow do the box office as every film matched or exceeded Thursday's predictions (or came within a rounding error of doing so). This helped the overall box office pull in $164 million over the three-day weekend and an amazing $234 million over five. Over the three-day weekend the box office was down by less than 1% from last weekend, but it was up by just under 2% over last year and nearly 3% over the five day period. (Strangely, it is $10 million behind the record, which was set in 2000. Ticket price inflation alone should have resulted in that record going down by now.) Year-to-date 2008 has now brought in $8.60 billion compared to $8.57 billion over the same period on 2007. More...

International Details - High School Graduates to the Century Mark

November 17th, 2008

High School Musical 3: Senior Year remained in second place with $14.63 million on 4413 screens in 30 markets for a total of $110.38 million internationally. This is more than it will make domestically by the end of its run, and at this pace hitting $200 million worldwide will not be an issue, as it has openings in Russia, Australia, and Japan still to go. Its biggest market of the weekend was Italy where it made $2.60 million on 487 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.02 million. Meanwhile, its biggest market overall was the U.K. with $31.44 million, including $2.39 million on 470 screens over the past weekend. More...

Escape Great on IMAX

November 12th, 2008

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa opened in more than 4,000 theaters in total, and that included 129 IMAX screens, where it earned $3.63 million over the weekend. That gave it a per theater average of just over $28,000 on the really big screen, which was close to double its regular per theater average. It is also more than twice the $1.6 million Eagle Eye opened with in 84 theaters in September. More...

International Details - World Sees Saw

November 9th, 2008

Saw V slipped a spot to sixth place with $6.44 million on 1703 screens in 26 markets for a total of $16.52 million. This week it opened in fourth place in Russia with $745,000 on 200 screens while in earned seventh place in Mexico with just $148,000 on 120 screens. As far as holdovers go, the film fell more than 60% in the U.K. to $1.55 million on 367 screens for a total of $7.53 million. More...

International Top Five - High School an International Affair

October 29th, 2008

High School Musical 3: Senior Year opened in first place on the international chart with an impressive $40.68 million on 3,165 screens in 19 markets. This includes first place openings in a number of markets, including the U.K. where it pulled in $9.13 million on 493 screens over the weekend for $12.92 million in total. Other first place openings include Germany with $5.69 million on 529 screens and in Spain, where it pulled in a hair under $5.00 million on 402 screens. The film also did well in France to place second with $4.3 million, while it also pulled in more than $1 million in Brazil ($1.7 million) and Poland ($1 million). Next up for the film is Italy this weekend, while it doesn't end its run until Japan in February, so it could be in the charts for a long time. More...

International Top Five - Eagle Flies to the Top

October 23rd, 2008

Eagle Eye reached the top spot on the international charts this weekend with $11.48 million on 3,546 screens in 45 markets for a total of $44.81 million. This film opened in the two biggest international markets and scored second place in the both the U.K. with $1.92 million on 362 screens and in Japan with $2.44 million on 306. Meanwhile, it remained in first place in South Korea with $2.14 million on 441 screens over the weekend and $6.49 million after two. More...

Box Office is not in Payne, but not Exactly Healthy Either

October 20th, 2008

It was a mixed weekend at the box office. The new releases were not able to match modest expectations, which caused the overall box office to drop 2% to $100 million compared to last weekend. However, this was close to 4% higher than the same weekend last year. Even better, year-to-date, 2008 has now just over $7.51 billion in ticket sales while at the same point in 2007, total receipts were just under $7.51 billion. With High School Musical 3 and Saw V opening this Friday, we could see continued growth at the box office. More...

International Details - Updates and More

October 19th, 2008

First some updates on Wednesday's numbers. Due to Columbus Day, we were relying on studio estimates instead of final numbers, and while they were mostly accurate, they were not entirely accurate. The Russia film, Admiral (Koltchak), did indeed top the charts with $12.51 million on 1,223 screens in 2 markets over the weekend and $13.31 million in total. Meanwhile, Eagle Eye added $10.88 million on 3,030 screens in 38 markets for a still early total of $29.41 million. Mamma Mia! continues its quest for $400 million with $8.37 million on 3,713 screens in 46 markets for a total of $390.72 million. These three films were very close to the original figures, however, the rest of the top five was different than originally reported, starting with... More...

International Top Five - Top of the Chart is Truly International

October 16th, 2008

We had a new winner on top of the international charts as the Russia film, Admiral (Koltchak) opened in its native market with $11.35 million and $1.47 million in neighboring Ukraine. Its total weekend revenue of $12.82 million came on 1,088 screens, giving the film an impressive per screen average of $11,783. It has to be considered a hit already, but how well it holds on will determine how fast the studio will recoup its $20 million production budget. More...

Most New Releases Turn Out to be Dogs

October 13th, 2008

With four wide releases this past weekend, I knew not all of them would be hits, but I also didn't expect all of them to be misses. Perhaps that's not entirely fair, and given the production budgets involved, not all films flopped at the box office, but enough did that overall box office receipts dropped 10% to $102 million. Compared to the same week last year, that still represents an increase, albeit by less than 3%, which is more or less in line with ticket price inflation. Year-to-date, 2008 and 2007 have both brought in $7.38 billion, but 2008 has had the edge the past few weeks and could retake the lead this upcoming weekend. More...

Box Office Going to the Dogs?

October 9th, 2008

The truth is that we have too many movies right now. It's hard enough for most films to thrive at the box office, and it is nearly impossible for them to do it when they have to deal with so much competition. This week we have four films opening wide, which is half as many new openers as last week. However, all four are opening in more in 2,000 theaters, which is twice as many as last week. Despite this onslaught of new films, we might have a holdover come out on top, as Beverly Hills Chihuahua has a decent shot at repeating at number one. More...

International Top Five - A Little Song and Dance Overtakes a Superhero

October 9th, 2008

Thanks to an impressive opening in Italy, Mamma Mia! was able to overtake Hancock on the yearly international charts. Over the weekend the film added $14.25 million on 4,222 screens in 48 markets for an international total of $377.29 million, just ahead of the $375 million Hancock has brought in. In Italy, the film opened in first place with $2.52 million on 400 screens, while it added $1.36 million on 403 screens in the U.K. for a total of $110.14 million after thirteen weeks of release. Worldwide the film has amassed an astounding $520.01 million, and with Japan ahead, it should reach the all-time top 50 before long. More...

Doggoneit!

October 7th, 2008

Of the eight films that opened or expanded on Friday, only two were able to do some serious business, while most were lucky if they topped the Mendoza line by earning more than $2,000 per theater. It was just a disaster, in many ways. That said, it was still the first weekend in October and the overall box office was up 13% from last weekend to $113 million. More importantly, it was 35% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2008 closed the gap with 2007. 2008 is just a little below and 2007 a little above $7.25 billion. By this time next week, 2008 could retake the lead, at least in terms of raw dollars. More...

International Details - Eye on the Prize

October 5th, 2008

Eagle Eye opened in sixth place on the international chart with $4.51 million on 1,124 screens in 13 markets, much of that coming from two markets: Australia and Mexico. In the former it made $1.42 million on 231 screens while in the latter it made just a hair under $900,000 on 350 screens. In both markets the film finished in second place, while it opens in major markets every week until the end of October, while it doesn't end its run until early next year. More...

Tight Competition Likely to Squeeze out Most Films

October 3rd, 2008

If you thought last weekend was too busy, this weekend is worse with eight films opening or expanding wide, or at least wide-ish. However, only one film is opening at saturation level (3,000 or more theaters) and one other is opening truly wide (2,000 or more theaters). After those two films, the rest of the new releases will be forced to fight over the table scraps. More...

Box Office Soars Like Some Kind of Bird

September 30th, 2008

It was a relatively predictable weekend at the box office with four of the top five films matching expectations, more or less. There was only one film on Thursday's column that beat expectations by a serious degree, and it was matched by another film that missed expectations by nearly the same margin. Overall the box office just climbed above nine digits, hitting $101 million over the weekend. This was 14% more than last weekend and 11% more than the same weekend last year. 2008 is still behind 2007, but by less than 1% at $7.11 billion to $7.15 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Eagle Eye Wins Big, Fireproof Surprises

September 28th, 2008

As expected, the weekend belonged to Shia LaBeouf and Eagle Eye. The thriller posted a strong $29.2 million debut, according to studio estimates on Sunday, giving it the fourth-biggest September weekend (see list). Nights in Rodanthe also opened solidly, as it picked up an estimated $13.57 million. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of September 26, 2008

September 27th, 2008

An absolutely huge list of movie sites this week, however, out of the more than a dozen sites on this week's list, most have just the basics, plus a few video clips. It's really hard to get excited about that. In fact, the only site that stood out was Eagle Eye's Official Site, but even here it felt too slick and lacked the substance needed to win the Weekly Website Award. More...

Weekend Showcase Emphasizes Quantity over Quality

September 25th, 2008

There are seven films opening in more than 250 theaters this weekend, but this is clearly a case of quantity over quality. Only two are opening in more than 2,000 and none of the seven are earning overall positive reviews. (Most of these films don't have a real shot at a top five placing, so we will deal with many of them in our round-up of limited releases.) There's no real question on which film will top the charts this week, as Eagle Eye is practically a lock for that position. But there are questions about whether it can top last year's winner, or whether 2008 can play catch up over last year. More...

Contest - Fly Like an Eagle

September 19th, 2008

There's only one saturation level film opening next week, Eagle Eye, and it is the target film in our latest box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Eagle Eye. 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 the Alvin and The Chipmunks - Holiday Gift Set on DVD and Rebel on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Alvin's Thanksgiving Celebration on DVD and Manswers - The Best of Season One on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2008 Preview: September

September 1st, 2008

A pretty bland month with no wide release that look likely to surprise, either becoming a potential $100 million hit, or bombing so bad that they fail even to reach $10 million. The latter is a lot more likely, however, with a number of films that have serious obstacles to overcome, and it is very unlikely all of them will avoid bombing. On the other end of the scale, there are no films that have a legitimate shot at $100 million, while The top film of the month could make less than $70 million. More...

Cast Updates - August 28, 2008

August 28th, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for City of Ember, Flash of Genius, Toy Story 3, and more! More...

Cast Updates - March 28, 2008

March 28th, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Crazy on the Outside, Two Lovers, W., and more! More...

New Movie US Release Dates - February 24, 2008

February 24th, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Old Dogs, Prince of Persia, Alice in Wonderland and more! More...

Cast Updates - January 10, 2008

January 10th, 2008

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Armored, Easy Virtue, Solomon Kane, and more! More...

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November 18th, 2007

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Eagle Eye, Dragon Ball Z, Angels & Demons and more! More...

Cast Updates - October 25, 2007

October 25th, 2007

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for The Burning Plan, Cry of the Owl, Helen, and more! More...

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This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for The Bucket List, Be Kind Rewind, Charlie Bartlett and more. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/09/26 1 $29,150,721   3,510 $8,305   $29,150,721 3
2008/10/03 2 $17,709,817 -39% 3,516 $5,037   $54,614,521 10
2008/10/10 4 $10,913,762 -38% 3,614 $3,020   $70,409,979 17
2008/10/17 5 $7,029,718 -36% 3,326 $2,114   $81,021,825 24
2008/10/24 8 $5,051,952 -28% 2,558 $1,975   $87,903,354 31
2008/10/31 9 $3,482,655 -31% 2,007 $1,735   $92,616,665 38
2008/11/07 10 $2,541,602 -27% 1,407 $1,806   $96,348,829 45
2008/11/14 11 $1,463,140 -42% 1,214 $1,205   $98,738,396 52
2008/11/21 15 $667,605 -54% 757 $882   $99,740,445 59
2008/11/28 24 $247,824 -63% 325 $763   $100,232,865 66
2008/12/05 30 $113,174 -54% 205 $552   $100,404,599 73
2008/12/12 24 $198,135 +75% 320 $619   $100,639,704 80
2008/12/19 27 $129,410 -35% 254 $509   $100,856,790 87
2008/12/26 30 $158,602 +23% 205 $774   $101,111,837 94
2009/01/02 31 $146,604 -8% 195 $752   $101,401,695 101

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/09/26 1 $9,800,184   3,510 $2,792   $9,800,184 1
2008/09/27 1 $12,378,941 +26% 3,510 $3,527   $22,179,125 2
2008/09/28 1 $6,971,596 -44% 3,510 $1,986   $29,150,721 3
2008/09/29 1 $2,078,092 -70% 3,510 $592   $31,228,813 4
2008/09/30 1 $2,351,508 +13% 3,510 $670   $33,580,321 5
2008/10/01 1 $1,781,225 -24% 3,510 $507   $35,361,546 6
2008/10/02 1 $1,543,158 -13% 3,510 $440   $36,904,704 7
2008/10/03 2 $5,439,686 +253% 3,516 $1,547   $42,344,390 8
2008/10/04 2 $7,869,322 +45% 3,516 $2,238   $50,213,712 9
2008/10/05 2 $4,400,809 -44% 3,516 $1,252   $54,614,521 10
2008/10/06 2 $1,144,466 -74% 3,516 $326   $55,758,987 11
2008/10/07 2 $1,190,993 +4% 3,516 $339   $56,949,980 12
2008/10/08 2 $1,202,244 +1% 3,516 $342   $58,152,224 13
2008/10/09 2 $1,343,993 +12% 3,516 $382   $59,496,217 14
2008/10/10 4 $3,263,999 +143% 3,614 $903   $62,760,216 15
2008/10/11 4 $4,678,472 +43% 3,614 $1,295   $67,438,688 16
2008/10/12 4 $2,971,291 -36% 3,614 $822   $70,409,979 17
2008/10/13 4 $1,397,491 -53% 3,614 $387   $71,807,470 18
2008/10/14 4 $724,816 -48% 3,614 $201   $72,532,286 19
2008/10/15 4 $667,806 -8% 3,614 $185   $73,200,092 20
2008/10/16 4 $792,015 +19% 3,614 $219   $73,992,107 21
2008/10/17 6 $2,196,158 +177% 3,326 $660   $76,188,265 22
2008/10/18 5 $3,168,849 +44% 3,326 $953   $79,357,114 23
2008/10/19 6 $1,664,711 -47% 3,326 $501   $81,021,825 24
2008/10/20 7 $454,972 -73% 3,326 $137   $81,476,797 25
2008/10/21 6 $473,636 +4% 3,326 $142   $81,950,433 26
2008/10/22 6 $432,661 -9% 3,326 $130   $82,383,094 27
2008/10/23 6 $468,308 +8% 3,326 $141   $82,851,402 28
2008/10/24 7 $1,631,359 +248% 2,558 $638   $84,482,761 29
2008/10/25 7 $2,245,686 +38% 2,558 $878   $86,728,447 30
2008/10/26 8 $1,174,907 -48% 2,558 $459   $87,903,354 31
2008/10/27 9 $297,406 -75% 2,558 $116   $88,200,760 32
2008/10/28 8 $318,641 +7% 2,558 $125   $88,519,401 33
2008/10/29 8 $295,802 -7% 2,558 $116   $88,815,203 34
2008/10/30 8 $318,807 +8% 2,558 $125   $89,134,010 35
2008/10/31 9 $697,803 +119% 2,007 $348   $89,831,813 36
2008/11/01 9 $1,794,567 +157% 2,007 $894   $91,626,380 37
2008/11/02 10 $990,285 -45% 2,007 $493   $92,616,665 38
2008/11/03 10 $311,547 -69% 2,007 $155   $92,928,212 39
2008/11/04 10 $342,306 +10% 2,007 $171   $93,270,518 40
2008/11/05 8 $253,617 -26% 2,007 $126   $93,524,135 41
2008/11/06 9 $283,092 +12% 2,007 $141   $93,807,227 42
2008/11/07 10 $780,079 +176% 1,407 $554   $94,587,306 43
2008/11/08 10 $1,186,426 +52% 1,407 $843   $95,773,732 44
2008/11/09 11 $575,097 -52% 1,407 $409   $96,348,829 45
2008/11/10 10 $286,851 -50% 1,407 $204   $96,635,680 46
2008/11/11 10 $373,792 +30% 1,407 $266   $97,009,472 47
2008/11/12 10 $132,564 -65% 1,407 $94   $97,142,036 48
2008/11/13 11 $133,220 n/c 1,407 $95   $97,275,256 49
2008/11/14 11 $455,305 +242% 1,214 $375   $97,730,561 50
2008/11/15 11 $701,480 +54% 1,214 $578   $98,432,041 51
2008/11/16 11 $306,355 -56% 1,214 $252   $98,738,396 52
2008/11/17 12 $78,136 -74% 1,214 $64   $98,816,532 53
2008/11/18 11 $86,514 +11% 1,214 $71   $98,903,046 54
2008/11/19 11 $84,113 -3% 1,214 $69   $98,987,159 55
2008/11/20 10 $85,681 +2% 1,214 $71   $99,072,840 56
2008/11/21 14 $219,266 +156% 757 $290   $99,292,106 57
2008/11/22 14 $298,659 +36% 757 $395   $99,590,765 58
2008/11/23 14 $149,680 -50% 757 $198   $99,740,445 59
2008/11/24 14 $63,702 -57% 757 $84   $99,804,147 60
2008/11/25 13 $88,734 +39% 757 $117   $99,892,881 61
2008/11/26 - $42,553 -52% 325 $131   $99,935,434 62
2008/11/27 - $49,607 +17% 325 $153   $99,985,041 63
2008/11/28 - $101,996 +106% 325 $314   $100,087,037 64
2008/11/29 - $102,733 +1% 325 $316   $100,189,770 65
2008/11/30 - $43,095 -58% 325 $133   $100,232,865 66
2008/12/01 - $15,255 -65% 325 $47   $100,248,120 67
2008/12/02 - $15,097 -1% 325 $46   $100,263,217 68
2008/12/03 - $14,251 -6% 325 $44   $100,277,468 69
2008/12/04 - $13,957 -2% 325 $43   $100,291,425 70
2008/12/05 - $38,266 +174% 205 $187   $100,329,691 71
2008/12/06 - $48,135 +26% 205 $235   $100,377,826 72
2008/12/07 - $26,773 -44% 205 $131   $100,404,599 73
2008/12/08 - $8,890 -67% 205 $43   $100,413,489 74
2008/12/09 - $9,450 +6% 205 $46   $100,422,939 75
2008/12/10 - $8,372 -11% 205 $41   $100,431,311 76
2008/12/11 - $10,258 +23% 205 $50   $100,441,569 77
2008/12/12 - $58,965 +475% 320 $184   $100,500,534 78
2008/12/13 - $88,377 +50% 320 $276   $100,588,911 79
2008/12/14 - $50,793 -43% 320 $159   $100,639,704 80
2008/12/15 - $20,683 -59% 320 $65   $100,660,387 81
2008/12/16 - $21,642 +5% 320 $68   $100,682,029 82
2008/12/17 - $22,679 +5% 320 $71   $100,704,708 83
2008/12/18 - $22,672 n/c 320 $71   $100,727,380 84
2008/12/19 - $38,391 +69% 254 $151   $100,765,771 85
2008/12/20 - $50,273 +31% 254 $198   $100,816,044 86
2008/12/21 - $40,746 -19% 254 $160   $100,856,790 87
2008/12/22 - $27,028 -34% 254 $106   $100,883,818 88
2008/12/23 - $27,396 +1% 254 $108   $100,911,214 89
2008/12/24 - $12,597 -54% 254 $50   $100,923,811 90
2008/12/25 - $29,424 +134% 205 $144   $100,953,235 91
2008/12/26 - $52,631 +79% 205 $257   $101,005,866 92
2008/12/27 - $60,420 +15% 205 $295   $101,066,286 93
2008/12/28 - $45,551 -25% 205 $222   $101,111,837 94
2008/12/29 - $32,045 -30% 205 $156   $101,143,882 95
2008/12/30 - $32,232 +1% 205 $157   $101,176,114 96
2008/12/31 - $22,872 -29% 205 $112   $101,198,986 97
2009/01/01 - $56,105 +145% 205 $274   $101,255,091 98
2009/01/02 - $55,073 -2% 195 $282   $101,310,164 99
2009/01/03 - $59,801 +9% 195 $307   $101,369,965 100
2009/01/04 - $31,730 -47% 195 $163   $101,401,695 101
2009/01/05 - $10,506 -67% 195 $54   $101,412,201 102
2009/01/06 - $10,711 +2% 195 $55   $101,422,912 103
2009/01/07 - $9,346 -13% 195 $48   $101,432,258 104
2009/01/08 - $8,485 -9% 195 $44   $101,440,743 105

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/09/26 1 $36,904,704   3,510 $10,514   $36,904,704 7
2008/10/03 2 $22,591,513 -39% 3,516 $6,425   $59,496,217 14
2008/10/10 4 $14,495,890 -36% 3,614 $4,011   $73,992,107 21
2008/10/17 6 $8,859,295 -39% 3,326 $2,664   $82,851,402 28
2008/10/24 8 $6,282,608 -29% 2,558 $2,456   $89,134,010 35
2008/10/31 10 $4,673,217 -26% 2,007 $2,328   $93,807,227 42
2008/11/07 11 $3,468,029 -26% 1,407 $2,465   $97,275,256 49
2008/11/14 11 $1,797,584 -48% 1,214 $1,481   $99,072,840 56
2008/11/21 18 $912,201 -49% 757 $1,205   $99,985,041 63
2008/11/28 23 $306,384 -66% 325 $943   $100,291,425 70
2008/12/05 30 $150,144 -51% 205 $732   $100,441,569 77
2008/12/12 24 $285,811 +90% 320 $893   $100,727,380 84
2008/12/19 34 $225,855 -21% 254 $889   $100,953,235 91
2008/12/26 31 $301,856 +34% 205 $1,472   $101,255,091 98
2009/01/02 31 $185,652 -38% 195 $952   $101,440,743 105

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/28/200820182,592 182,592$3,302,249$3,302,2491
1/4/200911,044,682+472% 1,227,274$18,862,151$22,164,4012
1/11/20095265,204-75% 1,492,478$4,194,069$26,358,4693
1/18/200911125,451-53% 1,617,929$2,140,708$28,499,1784
1/25/20091294,414-25% 1,712,343$1,462,643$29,961,8215
2/1/20091867,715-28% 1,780,058$1,151,649$31,113,4706
2/8/20092266,268-2% 1,846,326$1,194,196$32,307,6667
2/15/20092949,544-25% 1,895,870$770,057$33,077,7238
3/22/20092928,517 2,024,037$559,991$35,457,63113
4/5/20091554,381 2,082,415$1,038,786$36,574,94115

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