Green Lantern

Green Lantern poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $116,601,172Details
International Box Office $114,600,000
Worldwide Box Office $231,201,172
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $20,021,723 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $24,078,700 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $44,100,423
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Synopsis

In a universe as vast as it is mysterious, an elite, powerful force has existed for centuries. Protectors of peace and justice, they are called the Green Lantern Corps. Warriors sworn to keep intergalactic order, each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants him the ability to create anything his mind can imagine. But when a new enemy called Parallax threatens to destroy the balance of power in the Universe, their fate and the fate of Earth lie in the hands of their newest recruit, the first human ever selected: Hal Jordan. Hal is a gifted and cocky test pilot, but the Green Lanterns have little respect for humans, who have never harnessed the infinite powers of the ring before. But Hal's humanity is one weapon no member of the Corps has ever had, and if--with willpower, determination and the encouragement of fellow pilot and childhood sweetheart Carol Ferris--Hal can quickly master his new powers and find the courage to overcome his fears, he may prove to be not only the key to defeating Parallax...he will save the Earth and all of mankind from certain destruction.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Audience
72% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 17th, 2011 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: October 14th, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For sequences of sci-fi action violence
Keywords: 3-D, Non-Chronological, Alien Invasion, Epilogue, Visual Effects, Mad Scientist, Origin Story, Friendly Alien on Earth, D.C. Comics
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero

DVD Sales: Captain Fights His Way to First Place

The DVD sales chart returned to normal, at least what passes for normal as we witness the decline of DVD sales. There were not a lot of new releases to chart, but at least the best of them was able to move a lot of units. Captain America: The First Avenger was dominant earning first place with 726,000 units / $12.56 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Strange Week on the Home Market

While the new releases were terrible on DVD, the Blu-ray sales chart was incredibly active thanks to Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. This film sold 1.71 million units and generated $48.50 million in opening week sales; however, the DVD only release doesn't come out till the 15th of November, so it is not quite fair to compare this result to other concurrent Blu-ray sales. That said, the strategy appears to have worked. More...

DVD Sales: Just Plain Bad

The top of the DVD sales chart was the weakest it's been since August, as Bad Teacher was the number one selling DVD with just 265,000 units sold and $4.71 million in opening week revenue. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Green Lantern can't Dethrone Lion King

Despite the presence of four new releases in the top ten on the Blu-ray sales chart, none were able to overtake The Lion King for top spot. It sold an additional 496,000 units generating $12.39 million for totals of 2.03 million units / $57.86 million after two weeks of release. More...

International Box Office: Paranormal Inactivity

The international box office was pretty slow this week and the only new release to have any impact was Paranormal Activity 3. This film did top the chart with $26.11 million on 3,876 screens in 42 markets. Leading the way was the U.K. with $5.43 million on 391 screens, which was easily enough for first place in that market. It also topped the charts in Russia with $3.20 million on 637 screens, in Australia with $3.04 million on 192, in Mexico with $1.96 million on 732, and in Spain with $1.04 million on 232. On the other hand, it had to settle for third place in France with $2.50 million on 215 screens and in Brazil with $1.21 million on 200. Compared to previous installments, these results were mixed. The film was stronger in Australia, but weaker in the U.K. and France, for instance. It's too soon to tell where it will finish, but assuming it is the biggest hit domestically of the three films, it should at least come close to $200 million worldwide. More...

DVD Sales: The Top of the Chart Looks Quite Horrible

The top of the DVD sales chart was the weakest its been in more than a month and no new release was able to top 500,000 units sold. Horrible Bosses came the closest with 451,000 units / $6.89 million. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 11th, 2011

It's not a particularly strong week on the home market. The biggest first run release coming out this week is Horrible Bosses, which was a surprise $100 million hit. Green Lantern will likely be the best selling release of the week, but it disappointed with critics and at the box office. As far as the best of the best goes, The Tree of Life Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack is the best bet as far as Pick of the Week goes, bu there are a few others that are worth picking up. There are also a couple of late arrivals that deserve honorable mentions this week: Castle: Season Three and Dumbo - Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

International Box Office: Little Blue Guys Earning Lots of Green

The Smurfs remained in first place with $35.18 million on 10,737 screens in 47 markets for a total of $211.52 million internationally and $329.07 million worldwide. The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but did add $3.95 million on 504 screens during its third weekend in Brazil and it now has $21.91 million in that market. That's like earning more than $200 million domestically. With openings in Italy, Japan, and Australia still ahead, the film should have no trouble getting to $400 million worldwide, which means it is on pace to earn a profit before the home market. More...

International Box Office: Tiny Heroes, Huge Box Office

The Smurfs continued to expand this past weekend and reached first place with $61.48 million on 11,055 screens in 40 markets for a total of $143.23 million internationally. Its biggest opening came in China where it debuted in first place with $13.4 million on 3,110 screens from Wednesday through Sunday. It also opened in first place in Russia with $4.28 million on 662 screens, but had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $6.16 million on 447 and third place in South Korea with $2.07 million on 455 screens over the weekend and $2.42 million in total. It also held on really well in Brazil, down just 21% to $5.34 million on 559 over the weekend for a total of $15.36 million after two. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dark of the Moon Shines Brighter than Expected

There was mostly good news over the Independence Day long weekend, with the number one film topping expectations. However, while Transformers: Dark of the Moon set records, it was the only film to surpass Thursday's predictions by any serious degree. The total box office take was $202 million over three days and $241 million over four, but the lower-than-expected Monday numbers meant that, while the combined take from Friday to Sunday for all films was up 15% from last weekend and 7% from last year, over four days, 2011 was down 4% compared to last year. I think we can conclude 4th of July fireworks had a lot to do with this. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Dark of the Moon Burn Bright?

It's Independence Day long weekend, which is generally one of the busiest weekend of the year. School kids are all out of school for summer, adults have Monday off, and it is the perfect time to celebrate by going to an air conditioned movie theater. Unfortunately, while there's a lot of hype surrounding the megawide release of the week, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the reality might not live up to the hype. It's already off to a slow start compared to last year's number one film, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and since 2011 is still $400 million behind 2010, we can't afford a major loss this weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Cars 2 Leaves Critics in the Dust

Despite what critics thought of the film, Cars 2 proved popular with moviegoers while Bad Teacher was also a hit in its counter-programing role. Their combined effort helped the overall box office grow 15% from last weekend to $176 million. That's 7% higher than the same weekend last year, which gives 2011 a much-needed win. The year is still $400 million behind last year's pace at $4.90 billion to $5.30 billion, but even little victories are important. Remember, 2010 was ahead of of 2009 by $300 million at the beginning of October, but just three months later, that lead had completely evaporated. Hopefully the reverse can happen this time around and 2011 can squeeze out a victory. However, for that to happen, it needs to slowly chip away and close the deficit. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Cars 2 Keep Pixar's Winning Streak Alive?

While the summer blockbuster season starts the first weekend in May, for many school kids the summer is only just about to get into full gear. Cars 2 is arguably the most anticipated kids movie of the summer, possibly of the year. However, there are some signs it might not live up to past Pixar releases with a few predicting it might actually become the studio's first miss at the box office. This is bad news, as 2011 has started to fall further behind 2010's pace after a few bright weeks in late spring and early summer. This weekend last year wasn't particularly strong when it comes to new releases with Toy Story 3 repeating in top spot with just under $60 million, so there was an opportunity for the box office to recover some ground. Unfortunately, the number one film this year might not match that figure and there's not as much depth either. More...

International Box Office: Kung Fu Fights Past Another Milestone

Kung Fu Panda 2 remained in top spot on the international chart with $58.16 million on 11,244 screens in 54 markets for totals of $284.22 million internationally and $427.89 million worldwide. The film opened in France and Germany with nearly identical results with $6.91 million on 725 screens in the former and $6.91 million on 699 screens in the latter. (The result in Germany does include some previews.) So far the film has made an estimated $77 million in China, which is by far the film's biggest market. More...

Per Theater Chart Gets Real

A trio of documentaries led the way on the per theater chart starting with Buck. This filmed earned an average of $16,887 in four theaters, which is better than expected. Page One: Inside the New York Times opened with an average of $14,456 in two theaters, while JIG was right behind with an average of $14,086 in five. The overall box office leader, Green Lantern, also topped $10,000 on the per theater chart with an average of $13,935. The Tree of Life barely managed to stay ahead of the $10,000 mark with an average of $10,121; however, it is in its fourth week of release and it is playing in more than 100 theaters, so this is a fantastic result. More...

Contest: Lighting the Way: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Lighting the Way contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Numbers: Lantern in the Green, But Overall Box Office in the Red

The overall box office box office this past weekend was as expected, more or less. A few of the films did a little bit better, a few missed expectations, but not by a lot. This helped the box office grow by 11% from last weekend to $153 million. Unfortunately, this weekend last year saw the release of Toy Story 3, which made $110 million by itself, so year-over-year there was a 23% drop-off. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 8% at $4.65 billion to $5.03 billion, but perhaps we can close that gap a little bit this coming weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Green Lantern Lights the Way

As expected, Green Lantern led the way at the box office this weekend, based on studio estimates released on Sunday, but a weak performance on Saturday and an expected further decline on Sunday will leave it with a fairly modest $52.69 million weekend, according to Warner Bros.' estimate. That puts it behind X-Men: First Class ($55 million) and Thor ($66 million) so far as opening weekends for superhero movies are concerned, and its reviews suggest it won't have the legs of the other two. Mr. Popper's Penguins also under-performed compared to original expectations, although its $18.2 million debut is in line with the numbers Fox was expecting going in to the weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Lantern Pull in the Green?

After a strong start to the summer, which actually began in late April, we could hit a real roadblock this weekend. The only film earning any kind of buzz is Green Lantern, and not all of that buzz is good. Additionally, this weekend last year was dominated by Toy Story 3, which opened with $110 million. There is a chance the top five films won't make that much this year. More...

Contest: Lighting the Way

While there are two saturation level releases opening next weekend, it would be a shock if Green Lantern didn't come out on top and as such, it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Green Lantern. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a copy of The Boondock Saints: Truth and Justice Edition on Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2011 Preview: June

After a strong May in which most weekends saw growth year-over-year, there is finally some real optimism at the box office. Will that continue this month? It might be tough, as last June was actually pretty good, all things considered. It was certainly busier. This time around there are only seven wide releases, but the lack of competition should help each individual film reach its full potential, and there's a chance five of the seven films will earn more than $100 million at the box office. If less than three of them reach the century mark, it would be a huge shock. On the other hand, there's nothing opening this month that will compare to Toy Story 3, which earned more than $400 million last year. The only one that has a real shot to come close is Transformers: Dark of the Moon. However, since that film opens on a Wednesday the 29th of June and the Friday is the 1st of July, it is more of a July release and we will preview it at the beginning of next month. More...

Cast

Ryan Reynolds    Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
Blake Lively    Carol Ferris
Peter Sarsgaard    Hector Hammond
Mark Strong    Sinestro
Tim Robbins    Hammond
Jay O. Sanders    Carl Ferris
Taika Waititi    Tom Kalmaku
Angela Bassett    Doctor Waller
Mike Doyle    Jack Jordan
Nick Jandl    Jim Jordan
Dylan James    Jason Jordan
Gattlin Griffith    Young Hal
Jon Tenney    Martin Jordan
Leanne Cochran    Janice Jordan
Temuera Morrison    Abin Sur
Jeff Wolfe    Bob Banks
Lena Clark    Senator's Assistant
Jenna Craig    Young Carol
Deke Anderson    Four Star General Caven
Griff Furst    UCAV Operator #1
Garrett Hanes    UCAV Operator #2
Ritchie Montgomery    Bunker Doctor
Marcela Fonseca    Beautiful Girl
Douglas M. Griffin    DEO Agent #1
Armando Leduc    DEO Agent #2
Kenneth Brown, Jr.    Avionics Tech #1
Silas Cooper    Avionics Tech #2
Dane Rhodes    Ferris Security Guard
Melanie Hebert    News Reporter (F-35 Crash)
LaTonya Norton    News Reporter #1
Rick Searfoss    Two Star General
Laura Cayouette    Party Guest #1
Bernard Hocke    Party Gurest #2
Michael Jamorski    Football Jock
Geoffrey Rush    Tomar-Re
Michael Clarke Duncan    Kilowog
Warren Burton    First Gurardian
Salome Jens    Female Guardian
Clancy Brown    Parallax
Warren P. Munster    Bartender
Tony Owens    Singer
Donna Haynes Crehan    Additonal Party Guest
Tiffany Morgan    Mom
Sharon Morris    Bus Driver
Lance Nichols    Cop

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Martin Campbell
Screenwriter    Greg Berlanti
Screenwriter    Michael Green
Screenwriter    Marc Guggenheim
Screenwriter    Michael Goldberg
Story Creator    Greg Berlanti
Story Creator    Michael Green
Story Creator    Marc Guggenheim
Producer    Donald De Line
Producer    Greg Berlanti
Executive Producer    Herbert W. Gains
Executive Producer    Andrew Haas
Cinematographer    Dion Beebe
Production Designer    Grant Major
Editor    Stuart Baird
Casting Director    Pam Dixon
Composer    James Newton Howard
Costume Designer    Ngila Dickson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jim Berney
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kent Houston
Visual Effects Supervisor    Karen Goulekas
Co-Producer    Lucienne Papon
Co-Producer    Geoff Johns
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/06/17 1 $21,386,523   3,816 $5,604   $21,386,523 1
2011/06/18 1 $16,681,001 -22% 3,816 $4,371   $38,067,524 2
2011/06/19 1 $15,106,779 -9% 3,816 $3,959   $53,174,303 3
2011/06/20 1 $5,114,443 -66% 3,816 $1,340   $58,288,746 4
2011/06/21 1 $4,989,129 -2% 3,816 $1,307   $63,277,875 5
2011/06/22 1 $3,922,060 -21% 3,816 $1,028   $67,199,935 6
2011/06/23 1 $3,761,486 -4% 3,816 $986   $70,961,421 7
2011/06/24 3 $5,994,086 +59% 3,816 $1,571   $76,955,507 8
2011/06/25 3 $7,052,449 +18% 3,816 $1,848   $84,007,956 9
2011/06/26 3 $4,981,521 -29% 3,816 $1,305   $88,989,477 10
2011/06/27 3 $2,128,074 -57% 3,816 $558   $91,117,551 11
2011/06/28 4 $2,092,450 -2% 3,816 $548   $93,210,001 12
2011/06/29 5 $1,212,252 -42% 3,514 $345   $94,422,253 13
2011/06/30 5 $1,266,031 +4% 3,514 $360   $95,688,284 14
2011/07/01 7 $1,951,927 +54% 3,280 $595   $97,640,211 15
2011/07/02 7 $2,359,605 +21% 3,280 $719   $99,999,816 16
2011/07/03 6 $2,245,080 -5% 3,280 $684   $102,244,896 17
2011/07/04 6 $1,371,564 -39% 3,280 $418   $103,616,460 18
2011/07/05 7 $1,077,169 -21% 3,280 $328   $104,693,629 19
2011/07/06 8 $932,181 -13% 3,280 $284   $105,625,810 20
2011/07/07 8 $958,146 +3% 3,280 $292   $106,583,956 21
2011/07/08 10 $977,535 +2% 2,015 $485   $107,561,491 22
2011/07/09 9 $1,269,705 +30% 2,015 $630   $108,831,196 23
2011/07/10 9 $899,985 -29% 2,015 $447   $109,731,181 24
2011/07/11 10 $422,252 -53% 2,015 $210   $110,153,433 25
2011/07/12 10 $491,276 +16% 2,015 $244   $110,644,709 26
2011/07/13 10 $408,231 -17% 2,015 $203   $111,052,940 27
2011/07/14 10 $377,093 -8% 2,015 $187   $111,430,033 28
2011/07/15 12 $433,086 +15% 973 $445   $111,863,119 29
2011/07/16 12 $565,564 +31% 973 $581   $112,428,683 30
2011/07/17 14 $360,483 -36% 973 $370   $112,789,166 31
2011/07/18 - $178,188 -51% 973 $183   $112,967,354 32
2011/07/19 - $202,341 +14% 973 $208   $113,169,695 33
2011/07/20 - $179,481 -11% 973 $184   $113,349,176 34
2011/07/21 - $189,421 +6% 973 $195   $113,538,597 35
2011/07/22 - $120,869 -36% 973 $124   $113,659,466 36
2011/07/23 - $159,635 +32% 973 $164   $113,819,101 37
2011/07/24 - $101,108 -37% 973 $104   $113,920,209 38
2011/07/25 - $51,566 -49% 973 $53   $113,971,775 39
2011/07/26 - $61,879 +20% 973 $64   $114,033,654 40
2011/07/27 - $52,598 -15% 973 $54   $114,086,252 41
2011/07/28 - $57,857 +10% 973 $59   $114,144,109 42
2011/07/29 - $51,011 -12% 135 $378   $114,195,120 43
2011/07/30 - $67,994 +33% 135 $504   $114,263,114 44
2011/07/31 - $64,500 -5% 135 $478   $114,327,614 45
2011/08/01 - $34,830 -46% 135 $258   $114,362,444 46
2011/08/02 - $39,345 +13% 135 $291   $114,401,789 47
2011/08/03 - $28,721 -27% 135 $213   $114,430,510 48
2011/08/04 - $29,582 +3% 135 $219   $114,460,092 49
2011/08/05 - $37,108 +25% 108 $344   $114,497,200 50
2011/08/06 - $42,303 +14% 108 $392   $114,539,503 51
2011/08/07 - $30,881 -27% 108 $286   $114,570,384 52
2011/08/08 - $15,675 -49% 108 $145   $114,586,059 53
2011/08/09 - $19,245 +23% 108 $178   $114,605,304 54
2011/08/10 - $13,087 -32% 108 $121   $114,618,391 55
2011/08/11 - $12,810 -2% 108 $119   $114,631,201 56
2011/08/12 - $118,254 +823% 242 $489   $114,749,455 57
2011/08/13 - $159,828 +35% 242 $660   $114,909,283 58
2011/08/14 - $127,861 -20% 242 $528   $115,037,144 59
2011/08/15 - $60,252 -53% 242 $249   $115,097,396 60
2011/08/16 - $66,777 +11% 242 $276   $115,164,173 61
2011/08/17 - $51,419 -23% 242 $212   $115,215,592 62
2011/08/18 - $50,168 -2% 242 $207   $115,265,760 63
2011/08/19 - $97,517 +94% 242 $403   $115,363,277 64
2011/08/20 - $143,464 +47% 242 $593   $115,506,741 65
2011/08/21 - $94,398 -34% 242 $390   $115,601,139 66
2011/08/22 - $35,029 -63% 242 $145   $115,636,168 67
2011/08/23 - $40,433 +15% 242 $167   $115,676,601 68
2011/08/24 - $33,056 -18% 242 $137   $115,709,657 69
2011/08/25 - $32,526 -2% 242 $134   $115,742,183 70
2011/08/26 - $63,910 +96% 222 $288   $115,806,093 71
2011/08/27 - $101,412 +59% 222 $457   $115,907,505 72
2011/08/28 - $68,991 -32% 222 $311   $115,976,496 73
2011/08/29 - $20,978 -70% 222 $94   $115,997,474 74
2011/08/30 - $24,824 +18% 222 $112   $116,022,298 75
2011/08/31 - $20,256 -18% 222 $91   $116,042,554 76
2011/09/01 - $21,066 +4% 222 $95   $116,063,620 77
2011/09/02 - $43,186 +105% 185 $233   $116,106,806 78
2011/09/03 - $74,952 +74% 185 $405   $116,181,758 79
2011/09/04 - $70,974 -5% 185 $384   $116,252,732 80
2011/09/05 38 $60,687 -14% 185 $328   $116,313,419 81
2011/09/06 - $13,045 -79% 185 $71   $116,326,464 82
2011/09/07 - $11,350 -13% 185 $61   $116,337,814 83
2011/09/08 - $11,210 -1% 185 $61   $116,349,024 84
2011/09/09 - $29,208 +161% 155 $188   $116,378,232 85
2011/09/10 - $55,346 +89% 155 $357   $116,433,578 86
2011/09/11 - $30,547 -45% 155 $197   $116,464,125 87
2011/09/12 - $7,452 -76% 155 $48   $116,471,577 88
2011/09/13 - $8,719 +17% 155 $56   $116,480,296 89
2011/09/14 - $7,974 -9% 155 $51   $116,488,270 90
2011/09/15 - $8,020 +1% 155 $52   $116,496,290 91
2011/09/16 - $16,007 +100% 103 $155   $116,512,297 92
2011/09/17 - $24,717 +54% 103 $240   $116,537,014 93
2011/09/18 - $14,108 -43% 103 $137   $116,551,122 94
2011/09/19 - $3,810 -73% 103 $37   $116,554,932 95
2011/09/20 - $4,643 +22% 103 $45   $116,559,575 96
2011/09/21 - $4,133 -11% 103 $40   $116,563,708 97
2011/09/22 - $4,653 +13% 103 $45   $116,568,361 98
2011/09/23 - $6,588 +42% 49 $134   $116,574,949 99
2011/09/24 - $11,185 +70% 49 $228   $116,586,134 100
2011/09/25 - $7,057 -37% 49 $144   $116,593,191 101
2011/09/26 - $1,935 -73% 49 $39   $116,595,126 102
2011/09/27 - $2,147 +11% 49 $44   $116,597,273 103
2011/09/28 - $1,980 -8% 49 $40   $116,599,253 104
2011/09/29 - $1,919 -3% 49 $39   $116,601,172 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/06/17 1 $53,174,303   3,816 $13,935   $53,174,303 3
2011/06/24 3 $18,028,056 -66% 3,816 $4,724   $88,989,477 10
2011/07/01 7 $6,556,612 -64% 3,280 $1,999   $102,244,896 17
2011/07/08 10 $3,147,225 -52% 2,015 $1,562   $109,731,181 24
2011/07/15 13 $1,359,133 -57% 973 $1,397   $112,789,166 31
2011/07/22 19 $381,612 -72% 421 $906   $113,920,209 38
2011/07/29 30 $183,505 -52% 135 $1,359   $114,327,614 45
2011/08/05 39 $110,292 -40% 108 $1,021   $114,570,384 52
2011/08/12 19 $405,943 +268% 242 $1,677   $115,037,144 59
2011/08/19 24 $335,379 -17% 242 $1,386   $115,601,139 66
2011/08/26 26 $234,313 -30% 222 $1,055   $115,976,496 73
2011/09/02 40 $189,112 -19% 185 $1,022   $116,252,732 80
2011/09/09 42 $115,101 -39% 155 $743   $116,464,125 87
2011/09/16 50 $54,832 -52% 103 $532   $116,551,122 94
2011/09/23 62 $24,830 -55% 49 $507   $116,593,191 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/16/20112280,597 280,597$4,251,045$4,251,0451
10/23/20112257,891-8% 538,488$3,865,786$8,116,8312
10/30/20113123,901-52% 662,389$1,857,276$9,974,1073
11/6/2011675,733-39% 738,122$1,135,238$11,109,3444
11/13/20111953,691-29% 791,813$804,828$11,914,1725
11/20/20112536,963-31% 828,776$498,631$12,412,8036
11/27/201120194,160+425% 1,022,936$2,494,956$14,907,7597
12/25/20113079,267 1,190,931$791,877$16,854,21311
1/8/20122439,294 1,250,988$566,619$17,635,73013
1/15/20122732,607-17% 1,283,595$530,842$18,166,57214
5/20/20123013,009 1,365,952$129,570$19,076,33732

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/16/20112331,778 331,778$8,022,390$8,022,3901
10/23/20112219,322-34% 551,100$4,936,930$12,959,3202
10/30/2011669,316-68% 620,415$1,732,205$14,691,5253
11/6/2011743,687-37% 664,103$1,091,736$15,783,2614
11/13/20111421,206-51% 685,309$614,773$16,398,0345
11/20/2011169,709-54% 695,018$242,617$16,640,6516
11/27/2011998,996+920% 794,013$1,784,897$18,425,5487
12/4/20111240,667-59% 834,680$1,011,393$19,436,9418
12/25/20112089,429 943,043$1,340,544$21,061,29011
1/1/20121926,625-70% 969,668$398,578$21,459,86812
1/8/20121321,837-18% 991,505$327,330$21,787,19813
1/15/20121514,054-36% 1,005,559$213,902$22,001,10014
5/20/20121612,338 1,052,994$254,663$22,980,17632
6/10/20121710,064 1,071,043$149,855$23,248,92835

The Green Lantern HD Trailer

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