G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $150,201,498Details
International Box Office $152,267,519
Worldwide Box Office $302,469,017
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $71,829,788 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $17,456,760 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $89,286,548
Further financial details...

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$175,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 7th, 2009 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: November 3rd, 2009 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For strong sequences of action violence and mayhem throughout
Franchise: G.I. Joe
Source:Based on Toy
Genre:Action
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Rentals: Reaching for the Stars

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DVD Sales: Going Up

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DVD Rentals - G.I.Joe Takes Top Spot

There were five new releases top reach the top 30 of the rental charts, including the top two rentals. G.I.Joe - The Rise of Cobra generated roughly 28% more rentals than The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3. This is obviously much closer than they were theatrically. More...

DVD Sales - Rise of G.I.Joe

There were five new releases sprinkled throughout the top 30 on this week's sales chart, mostly in the top ten. This includes a new number one best selling DVD, G.I.Joe - The Rise of Cobra, which sold 2.54 million units and accounted for $41.00 million in consumer spending at retail. This is on par with Wolverine sales late in September. More...

DVD Releases for November 3rd, 2009 - Part I

Another week with a large selection of great releases, including several contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. (There are also more than a few releases that could have been contenders, but the screeners still have not yet arrived. I fear they will all arrive on the same day and the sheer number of them will cause my head to explode.) The best new release this week is Food, Inc. on either DVD or Blu-ray. Classic releases like North By Northwest on Blu-ray and It's a Wonderful Life on Blu-ray are must haves, as is the James Bond Blu-ray Box Set. Despite there being more than a dozen releases this week where I'm still waiting for the screener to arrive, the list as still too long to fit on one page. The second part can be found here. More...

International Details - Viking Still Pillaging International Box Office

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International Details - Dusk for Ice Age

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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...

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...

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...

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...

International Top Five - Glourious Debut for Basterds

Inglourious Basterds made its debut on the international market taking first place with $27.49 million on 2650 screens in 22 markets. This includes first place openings in a number of major markets, led by France where it opened with $6.09 million on 500 screens; this is not really surprising as Quentin Tarantino is extremely popular in that market. The U.K. was close behind with $5.92 million on 444 screens, while it also topped the charts in Germany ($4.20 million on 439 screens) and in Australia ($2.56 million on 266). On the other hand, the film was stuck in second place in Russia, but still performed well with $2.55 million on 340 screens. So far the film is tracking well ahead of Kill Bill - Volume 1 and should become his biggest hit of all time topping Pulp Fiction. 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...

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...

International Top of the Chart - Joe Slows But Still Tops Chart

G.I.Joe remained in top spot on the international chart with $26.12 million on 6875 screens in 49 markets for a total of $91.58 million. The film had only one major opening of note, Germany, but while it finished first there, it still struggled with just $1.74 million on 474 screens. It earned more in South Korea with $2.70 million on 488 screens over the weekend and $10.48 million after two. It added $1.75 million on 514 screens over the weekend in France for a total there of $5.66 million. It had near identical results over the weekend in Japan ($1.36 million on 385 screens) and in the U.K. ($1.35 million on 442 screens) and it now has $6.99 million and $6.32 million in those two markets. So far it is hard to be overly impressed by these results, especially when compared to its production budget. The only way this film gets a sequel is if it is a massive hit on the home market, and even then I think the studio will demand a cut in costs. More...

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...

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...

International Top of the Chart - Joe Wraps Up Summer Season

The final summer blockbuster release of the year, G.I. Joe, opened in first place on the international chart this weekend with $43.04 million on 6,381 screens in 35 markets. However, while it came out first overall, its opening in most markets was just average. More...

G.I. Joe Fires Up the Box Office

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra topped expectations and that helped 2009 finally snap its month-long slump at the box office. Overall the industry brought in $146 million, which was 17% higher than last weekend, and more importantly, 22% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has brought in $6.64 billion, which is 6.6% higher than 2008's pace; however, while that's impressive, it is seriously off its highs for the year and 2009 will need to work to make sure ticket sales don't fall behind last year's pace. More...

G.I. Joe Dominates Per Theater Chart

Not only did G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra win the race to the top of the overall box office chart, it was also the only film to crack the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart. Its average of $13,654 was about 50% more than the second place film, Cold Souls, which opened with an average of $9,043 in 7 theaters. More...

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Weekend Estimates: G.I. Joe Enlivens Late Summer Box Office

While its hefty price tag means it's got a long way to go before it turns a profit, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra did enjoy a strong opening weekend at the US and international box office, according to Paramount's numbers, released on Sunday. The action flick stormed to $56.2 million in the US, the 4th biggest August weekend ever (see complete list) and picked up an estimated $44 million internationally for a $100 million worldwide opening. After a lukewarm reception from critics, Paramount reports a solid response from audiences, which bodes well for healthy numbers for a few weeks. More...

Go Joe!

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2009 Preview: August

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Contest - Knowing is Half the Battle

The final potential monster hit of the summer comes out next week, but G.I.Joe - The Rise of Cobra also has the potential to be the most expensive bomb of the year, which complicates the box office prediction contest, as it is this week's target film. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of G.I.Joe - The Rise of Cobra. 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 Secret Diary of a Call Girl on DVD and the soundtrack to Funny People on CD. 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 Echelon Conspiracy on DVD and Van Wilder - Freshman Year on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Cast

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje    Heavy Duty
Christopher Eccleston    Destro
Joseph Gordon-Levitt    Rex
Byung-hun Lee    Storm Shadow
Sienna Miller    Baroness
Rachel Nichols    Shana "Scarlett" O'Hara
Ray Park    Snake Eyes
Jonathan Pryce    President of the United States
Said Taghmaoui    Breaker
Channing Tatum    Conrad Hauser / Duke
Dennis Quaid    General Clayton Abernathy / Hawk
Byeong-Heon Lee    Storm Shadow
Brendan Fraser    Gung Ho
Dwayne Johnson    Hector 'Shipwreck' Delgado
Marlon Wayans    Ripcord
Kevin J. O'Connor    Scientist
Arnold Vosloo    Zartan

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Stephen Sommers
Screenwriter    Stuart Beattie
Screenwriter    David Elliot
Screenwriter    Paul Lovett
Producer    Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Producer    Brian Goldner
Producer    Bob Ducsay
Executive Producer    David Womark
Executive Producer    Stephen Sommers
Executive Producer    Gary Barber
Executive Producer    Roger Birnbaum
Executive Producer    Erik Howsam
Co-Producer    JoAnn Perritano
Story Creator    Michael B. Gordon
Story Creator    Stuart Beattie
Story Creator    Stephen Sommers
Cinematographer    Mitchell Amundsen
Editor    Bob Ducsay
Editor    Jim May
Set Designer    Joseph Hiura
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Production Designer    Ed Verreaux
Supervising Art Director    Greg Papalia
Art Director    Chad Frey
Art Director    Kevin Ishioka
Art Director    Randy Moore
Set Designer    Benjamin Edelberg
Set Designer    Noelle King
Set Designer    Jeff Markwith
Set Designer    Patte Strong-Lord
Set Designer    Geoff Hubbard
Set Designer    James O.F. Hewitt
Set Designer    Gary A. Lee
Set Designer    John Berger
Set Decorator    Kate Sullivan
Costume Designer    Ellen Mirojnick
Sound Mixer    Lee Orloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Per Hallberg
Supervising Sound Editor    Karen Baker Landers
Re-recording Mixer    Scott Millan
Re-recording Mixer    David Parker
Re-recording Mixer    Leslie Shatz
Fight Choreographer    Marcus Young
Visual Effects Supervisor    Boyd Shermis
Assistant Director    Cliff Lanning
Casting Director    Ronna Kress
Stunt Coordinator    R.A. Rondell
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/08/07 1 $22,159,303   4,007 $5,530   $22,159,303 1
2009/08/08 1 $18,168,671 -18% 4,007 $4,534   $40,327,974 2
2009/08/09 1 $14,385,072 -21% 4,007 $3,590   $54,713,046 3
2009/08/10 1 $6,405,981 -55% 4,007 $1,599   $61,119,027 4
2009/08/11 1 $5,960,560 -7% 4,007 $1,488   $67,079,587 5
2009/08/12 1 $4,809,945 -19% 4,007 $1,200   $71,889,532 6
2009/08/13 1 $4,363,656 -9% 4,007 $1,089   $76,253,188 7
2009/08/14 3 $7,023,197 +61% 4,007 $1,753   $83,276,385 8
2009/08/15 2 $8,877,365 +26% 4,007 $2,215   $92,153,750 9
2009/08/16 2 $6,423,779 -28% 4,007 $1,603   $98,577,529 10
2009/08/17 2 $2,611,015 -59% 4,007 $652   $101,188,544 11
2009/08/18 2 $2,588,366 -1% 4,007 $646   $103,776,910 12
2009/08/19 2 $2,185,769 -16% 4,007 $545   $105,962,679 13
2009/08/20 2 $2,068,268 -5% 4,007 $516   $108,030,947 14
2009/08/21 3 $3,690,583 +78% 3,953 $934   $111,721,530 15
2009/08/22 3 $5,114,084 +39% 3,953 $1,294   $116,835,614 16
2009/08/23 3 $3,400,260 -34% 3,953 $860   $120,235,874 17
2009/08/24 3 $1,140,611 -66% 3,953 $289   $121,376,485 18
2009/08/25 5 $1,167,704 +2% 3,953 $295   $122,544,189 19
2009/08/26 5 $981,122 -16% 3,953 $248   $123,525,311 20
2009/08/27 5 $911,071 -7% 3,953 $230   $124,436,382 21
2009/08/28 5 $2,262,876 +148% 3,467 $653   $126,699,258 22
2009/08/29 5 $3,495,902 +54% 3,467 $1,008   $130,195,160 23
2009/08/30 5 $1,956,794 -44% 3,467 $564   $132,151,954 24
2009/08/31 6 $583,025 -70% 3,467 $168   $132,734,979 25
2009/09/01 7 $595,411 +2% 3,467 $172   $133,330,390 26
2009/09/02 7 $491,340 -17% 3,467 $142   $133,821,730 27
2009/09/03 7 $494,736 +1% 3,467 $143   $134,316,466 28
2009/09/04 9 $1,252,686 +153% 2,846 $440   $135,569,152 29
2009/09/05 7 $1,994,848 +59% 2,846 $701   $137,564,000 30
2009/09/06 7 $1,927,579 -3% 2,846 $677   $139,491,579 31
2009/09/07 7 $1,530,175 -21% 2,846 $538   $141,021,754 32
2009/09/08 10 $279,283 -82% 2,846 $98   $141,301,037 33
2009/09/09 11 $224,614 -20% 2,846 $79   $141,525,651 34
2009/09/10 11 $218,995 -3% 2,846 $77   $141,744,646 35
2009/09/11 14 $664,821 +204% 2,120 $314   $142,409,467 36
2009/09/12 11 $1,197,859 +80% 2,120 $565   $143,607,326 37
2009/09/13 11 $592,940 -51% 2,120 $280   $144,200,266 38
2009/09/14 14 $144,743 -76% 2,120 $68   $144,345,009 39
2009/09/15 14 $154,527 +7% 2,120 $73   $144,499,536 40
2009/09/16 14 $153,218 -1% 2,120 $72   $144,652,754 41
2009/09/17 - $159,218 +4% 2,120 $75   $144,811,972 42
2009/09/18 15 $393,988 +147% 1,361 $289   $145,205,960 43
2009/09/19 14 $621,627 +58% 1,361 $457   $145,827,587 44
2009/09/20 15 $362,328 -42% 1,361 $266   $146,189,915 45
2009/09/21 - $92,179 -75% 1,361 $68   $146,282,094 46
2009/09/22 - $101,611 +10% 1,361 $75   $146,383,705 47
2009/09/23 - $90,128 -11% 1,361 $66   $146,473,833 48
2009/09/24 - $95,832 +6% 1,361 $70   $146,569,665 49
2009/09/25 - $230,215 +140% 895 $257   $146,799,880 50
2009/09/26 - $401,634 +74% 895 $449   $147,201,514 51
2009/09/27 - $213,541 -47% 895 $239   $147,415,055 52
2009/09/28 - $62,962 -71% 895 $70   $147,478,017 53
2009/09/29 - $55,575 -12% 895 $62   $147,533,592 54
2009/09/30 - $54,608 -2% 895 $61   $147,588,200 55
2009/10/01 - $62,165 +14% 895 $69   $147,650,365 56
2009/10/02 - $134,598 +117% 588 $229   $147,784,963 57
2009/10/03 - $230,890 +72% 588 $393   $148,015,853 58
2009/10/04 - $121,452 -47% 588 $207   $148,137,305 59
2009/10/05 - $35,247 -71% 588 $60   $148,172,552 60
2009/10/06 - $36,872 +5% 588 $63   $148,209,424 61
2009/10/07 - $35,120 -5% 588 $60   $148,244,544 62
2009/10/08 - $37,093 +6% 588 $63   $148,281,637 63
2009/10/09 - $195,811 +428% 609 $322   $148,477,448 64
2009/10/10 - $294,108 +50% 609 $483   $148,771,556 65
2009/10/11 - $197,946 -33% 609 $325   $148,969,502 66
2009/10/12 - $91,971 -54% 609 $151   $149,061,473 67
2009/10/13 - $57,718 -37% 609 $95   $149,119,191 68
2009/10/14 - $55,281 -4% 609 $91   $149,174,472 69
2009/10/15 - $63,912 +16% 609 $105   $149,238,384 70
2009/10/16 - $116,170 +82% 514 $226   $149,354,554 71
2009/10/17 - $182,061 +57% 514 $354   $149,536,615 72
2009/10/18 - $109,306 -40% 514 $213   $149,645,921 73
2009/10/19 - $30,905 -72% 514 $60   $149,676,826 74
2009/10/20 - $33,009 +7% 514 $64   $149,709,835 75
2009/10/21 - $30,538 -7% 514 $59   $149,740,373 76
2009/10/22 - $34,455 +13% 514 $67   $149,774,828 77
2009/10/23 - $68,424 +99% 407 $168   $149,843,252 78
2009/10/24 - $107,100 +57% 407 $263   $149,950,352 79
2009/10/25 - $59,857 -44% 407 $147   $150,010,209 80
2009/10/26 - $16,665 -72% 407 $41   $150,026,874 81
2009/10/27 - $17,087 +3% 407 $42   $150,043,961 82
2009/10/28 - $15,404 -10% 407 $38   $150,059,365 83
2009/10/29 - $16,921 +10% 407 $42   $150,076,286 84
2009/10/30 - $28,422 +68% 205 $139   $150,104,708 85
2009/10/31 - $30,292 +7% 205 $148   $150,135,000 86
2009/11/01 - $32,630 +8% 205 $159   $150,167,630 87
2009/11/02 - $8,318 -75% 205 $41   $150,175,948 88
2009/11/03 - $9,207 +11% 205 $45   $150,185,155 89
2009/11/04 - $7,880 -14% 205 $38   $150,193,035 90
2009/11/05 - $8,463 +7% 205 $41   $150,201,498 91

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/08/07 1 $54,713,046   4,007 $13,654   $54,713,046 3
2009/08/14 2 $22,324,341 -59% 4,007 $5,571   $98,577,529 10
2009/08/21 3 $12,204,927 -45% 3,953 $3,088   $120,235,874 17
2009/08/28 5 $7,715,572 -37% 3,467 $2,225   $132,151,954 24
2009/09/04 8 $5,175,113 -33% 2,846 $1,818   $139,491,579 31
2009/09/11 11 $2,455,620 -53% 2,120 $1,158   $144,200,266 38
2009/09/18 15 $1,377,943 -44% 1,361 $1,012   $146,189,915 45
2009/09/25 17 $845,390 -39% 895 $945   $147,415,055 52
2009/10/02 21 $486,940 -42% 588 $828   $148,137,305 59
2009/10/09 18 $687,865 +41% 609 $1,129   $148,969,502 66
2009/10/16 18 $407,537 -41% 514 $793   $149,645,921 73
2009/10/23 22 $235,381 -42% 407 $578   $150,010,209 80
2009/10/30 36 $91,344 -61% 205 $446   $150,167,630 87

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/8/200912,611,705 2,611,705$42,179,036$42,179,0361
11/15/20093608,966-77% 3,220,671$9,834,801$52,013,8372
11/22/20096254,770-58% 3,475,441$4,278,607$56,292,4443
12/6/200910159,222 3,729,614$2,763,521$60,066,2435
12/13/200917178,139+12% 3,907,753$2,800,363$62,866,6066
12/20/200919150,748-15% 4,058,501$2,617,633$65,484,2407
12/27/200923133,886-11% 4,192,387$2,341,559$67,825,7998

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/8/20091288,950 288,950$5,776,110$5,776,1101
11/15/20093125,680-57% 414,630$2,512,342$8,288,4522
11/22/2009383,694-33% 498,324$1,673,052$9,961,5043
12/6/20091236,347 600,217$726,575$11,998,3405
12/13/20091247,826+32% 648,043$956,046$12,954,3866
12/27/20091358,246 712,905$1,164,330$14,250,9688
1/3/20101822,205-62% 735,110$443,876$14,694,8449
1/17/20101816,149 763,455$322,823$15,261,46811
1/31/20101414,681 788,671$281,876$15,745,61613
2/21/20101218,861 820,375$342,327$16,321,04316

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