Grown Ups

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $162,001,186Details
International Box Office $110,222,244
Worldwide Box Office $272,223,430
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $46,524,282 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,990,641 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $58,514,923
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Five men who were best friends when they were young kids and now are getting together for the Fourth of July weekend to meet each others' families for the first time. Picking up where they left off, they discover why growing older doesn't mean growing up.

Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
10% - Rotten
Audience
62% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$75,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 25th, 2010 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: November 9th, 2010 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude material including suggestive references, language and some male rear nudity
(Rating bulletin 2121, 5/19/2010)
Franchise: Grown Ups
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Relativity Media, Happy Madison

DVD Sales: Christmas Comes Early

It was a rather slow week for new releases, as none topped 1 million units, but they still managed top two spots on this week's sales chart. Disney's A Christmas Carol opened in first place with 989,000 units / $16.81 million in consumer spending at retail, while The Last Airbender was second in terms of units sold with 751,000, but fourth in terms of dollars with $12.76 million. More...

DVD Sales: The Toys are Back Indeed

Toy Story 3 remained on top of the sales chart this week with 934,000 units / $16.53 million for the week and 4.79 million units and $89.63 million after two. It is now the fourth-best-selling DVD of 2010 in terms of units and dollars, while it could climb another spot by the time Black Friday is over. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 9th, 2010

It's a week of box office disappointments on the home market with Charlie St. Cloud, Ramona and Beezus, and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World coming out. (There is one box office hit coming out this week, but given its reviews, the less said the better.) However, while none of them really found audiences during their theatrical releases, two of the three earned excellent reviews, and Scott Pilgrim's Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack is worthy of the Pick of the Week honors. More...

International Box Office: Resident Evil Still Has a Lot of Life

Another week, another milestone for Resident Evil: Afterlife, this time crossing $200 million worldwide, which makes it the first in the franchise to do so. Over the weekend it led the international box office with $25.20 million on 6519 screens in 55 markets for a total of $154.71 million internationally and $206.78 million worldwide. It managed top spot during its debut in France with $2.96 million on 408 screens, but that's below average for its run so far. Meanwhile, it added $2.87 million on 633 screens in Japan for a total of $38.51 million after three weeks of release there. That's almost as much as Inception has made in that market, and its been there for ten weeks. More...

International Box Office: Double Milestone for Inception

It was a busy week for Inception, as it rose to top spot on the international chart and crossed two major milestones in the process: $400 million internationally and $700 million worldwide. Over the weekend, it earned $21.00 million on 7,785 screens in 61 markets for a total of $425.15 million internationally and $702.30 million worldwide. Much of this was due to its debut in China, where it placed first with $13.6 million. It has yet to open in Italy, but it will likely start falling off at an accelerated pace from now till its premiere in that market at the end of the month. More...

International Box Office: Expendables Remain Essential

The Expendables held on to top spot on the international chart with $24.70 million on 4823 screens in 38 markets for a total of $101.46 million after just three weeks of release. It had a few openings over the weekend, most notably in Germany where it placed third with $2.94 million on 531 screens. Meanwhile, it fell from first to fourth in the U.K., but still added $2.02 million on 453 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.52 million after two. With openings in Italy and Japan ahead, the film will have no trouble getting to $250 million worldwide, which is more than enough to ensure a profit. More...

International Box Office: Expendables Explode on International Scene

Powered by openings in a trio of major markets, The Expendables climbed into top spot with $35.49 million on 4501 screens in 30 markets for a still early international total of $60.30 million. At this point, reaching $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide is practically a given. The film's best opening of the weekend came from the U.K. where it debuted in the top spot with $6.08 million on 453 screens, while it was also triumphant in France with $4.75 million on 445 screens. On the other hand, it had to settle for fifth place in South Korea with $1.25 million on 298 screens over the weekend and $1.52 million in total. Next up for the film is Germany this weekend, while it opens in Italy next month and in Japan in October. More...

International Box Office: Summer Slows But Blockbusters Still Reach Milestones

As the summer blockbuster season comes to a close, there are few major releases in theaters worldwide. Regardless, there are still a few major milestones being reached, and a few more to come. For instance, Inception maintained its hold in first place with $35.51 million on 6879 screens, in 61 markets, for a total of $320.44 million internationally. It also reached a major milestone worldwide with $568.91 million, making it just one of 78 films to reach $500 million. It is still going strong in a number of major markets, including Spain, where it remained in first place with $2.72 million on 497 screens over the weekend, for a total of $10.15 million after two. It was down just 22% in Brazil adding $1.56 million on 292 screens over the weekend and $4.43 million after two. Its best market overall is the U.K. where it has made $45.53 million after a month of release, including $2.62 million on 472 screens this past weekend. By this time next week, it should have $600 million worldwide, with $700 million becoming a lot more likely. More...

International Box Office: Inception Eyes $500 million

Inception remained in top spot on the international box office, with $47.70 million on 7287 screens in 59 markets for a total of $259.27 million internationally and $486.90 million worldwide. It won't have to wait till the weekend to get to $500 million. It opened in first place in Spain with $4.55 million on 491 screens, but had to settle for second place in Brazil with $2.03 million on 313. It also added $3.83 million on 418 screens over the weekend in Australia for a total of $20.64 million after three. While in the U.K., it made $3.60 million on 468 screens over the weekend for a total of $41.02 million after four. With openings in China and Italy ahead of it, $600 million worldwide is virtually guaranteed, while $700 million isn't out of the question. More...

International Details: Toy Story Falls, and Rises, to Second Place

Over the past weekend, Toy Story 3 fell to second place on the international chart with $38.69 million on 7806 screens in 42 markets. However, it rose to second place for 2010 on the international chart with $436.65 million overtaking Shrek Forever After. The only 2010 release that has made more internationally is Alice in Wonderland. Worldwide it now has $826.41 million and it has very likely already surpassed Finding Nemo to become Pixar's biggest hit. The film's only major release of the week came in Germany over the weekend, where it made $4.03 million on 740 screens, bringing the total to $4.35 million. While this is a good result, its not great, and prior to this the film had been doing great. It also remained in the top spot in the U.K. over the weekend, with $12.81 million on 564 screens, for a two week total of $62.82 million. It has likely overtaken Alice in Wonderland to become the biggest hit of 2010 released in that market. As for the film's future, it has yet to open in South Korea and Scandinavia. If it does well in those markets, $1 billion worldwide is still within reach. More...

International Details: Inception's Fast Start

After opening in a few markets last weekend, Inception got its international run off in earnest last weekend and climbed into second place with $56.78 million on 5,177 screens in 36 markets for a still early total of $87.86 million. It opened in a number of major markets and debuted in first place in most of them. The biggest was Japan with $7.86 million on 525 screens over the weekend and $8.94 million in total. France was also a lucrative market for the film with $8.01 million on 626 screens, while in South Korea it made $6.01 million on 583 screens over the weekend and $7.89 million in total. Russia added $7.08 million on 895 screens to its weekend haul, while Australia produced $6.67 million on 413. The film only managed seventh in Mexico with just $467,000 on 152 screens, but this was a low screen count. In the U.K. the film was down just 29% to $6.47 million on 456 screens over the weekend for a total of $22.01 after two. More...

Weekend Estimates: Strong Hold for Inception Enough to Beat Salt

An impressive second weekend hold by Inception will give it a relatively comfortable win this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With a decline of just 31%, Christopher Nolan's sci-fi thriller will end up with around $43.5 million, according to Warner Bros., $7 million ahead of Salt, which is set to open with about $36.5 million. Both movies topped a per theater average of $10,000, and Sony won't be too disappointed with second place. More...

Weekend Estimates: Despicable is a Delight for Universal

The long wait for an out and out hit is over for Universal this weekend, thanks to a great opening weekend for Despicable Me. The kids comedy had been getting good reviews, and benefited from a great marketing campaign, but was going head-to-head with Toy Story 3, and had to fight for every screen (2D and 3D) that it played on. So the studio will be delighted with its estimated $60.1 million opening. With good word-of-mouth, the film can set its sights on $200 million, and strong video revenues to come. With a production budget of $69 million, the studio will be reaping big profits on this one. More...

Eclipse Overshadows Competition

Independence Day long weekend may not have seen as many records fall as some were hoping, but every film in the top five topped expectations (albeit by tiny margins in some cases). Overall the box office pulled in $188 million over the three-day weekend, which was an increase of 15% from last weekend, and $250 million over the four-day weekend, which was up 16% from last year. Year-to-date, 2010 has now amassed $5.66 million in ticket sales, up close to 4% from last year's pace. Higher ticket prices for 3D movies does have something to do with that, but I think the studios should still be happy with these results. More...

International Details: Knight has Bright Start

Knight and Day started its international run in second place with $12.42 million on 2241 screens in 12 markets. It opened in first place in Russia with $3.33 million on 949 screens, while it also took top spot in South Korea with $3.04 million on 565 screens over the weekend and $3.76 million in total. Next up for the film is the U.K. this weekend, while it has major market openings right till October when it debuts in Japan. More...

Will Twilight Liberate the Record Book?

Yesterday was the first of July, Canada Day! It was also the start of the CFL season. ... Oh yeah, and apparently there's a holiday in the United States. On a serious note, the Independence Day long weekend is usually the second most lucrative weekend of the year (only the Memorial Day long weekend tops it). The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will dominate the box office having already set a few records, while it isn't the only film that should pull in big bucks over the next four days. The overall box office should top last year's totals, even with the front-loaded nature of the top film. More...

Per Theater Chart: Restrepo Prevents a Cyrus Repeat

Restrepo opened in top spot on the per theater chart with an average of $17,791 in two theaters. This was just a hair above Cyrus' average of $17,719 during its second weekend of release. Further expansion is all but assured, as are at least a couple of earning milestones. Toy Story 3 remained in top spot on the overall chart, earning an average of $14,731. Meanwhile, a fellow wide release, Grown Ups, was the only other film in the $10,000 club, opening with an average of $11,462. More...

Toys Remain Brisk Sellers

It was no surprise that Toy Story 3 was able to remain on top of the box office chart for the second weekend in a row. Also, the new releases combined did about as well as expected. Unfortunately, "as well as expected" still left the box office down 17% from last weekend at $165 million. Coincidentally, it was also down 17% from last year. 2010 is still leading 2009, but its margin is slipping and, as of the end of the weekend, it is just 2.1% ahead at $5.22 billion to $5.11 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Toy Story Holds Off Impressive Debut by Grown Ups

As expected, Toy Story 3 won a second straight weekend at the box office, and its decline of 47% wasn't bad for a movie that opened with over $100 million -- in fact, it's slightly better than WALL-E managed in its second weekend. The story of the weekend, however, is the $41 million opening for the critically mauled Grown Ups, which showed that Adam Sandler and gang still have an impressively loyal following. The day-by-day performance of the movie doesn't look particularly strong though, and the weekend estimate might prove to be a little optimistic. More...

Will Toys Be Taken to the Attic?

Two new wide releases look to unseat Toy Story 3 this weekend, including one that got its start on Wednesday. There's good news, at least for Pixar, as it appears Toy Story 3 will walk away with the win. There's bad news for the industry, as it appears both new releases could struggle to match earlier expectations. And then there's the ugly news. This time last year saw the release of Revenge of the Fallen, so the year-over-year comparison could be... well... ugly. More...

2010 Preview: June

So far this summer the disappointments are outnumbering the pleasant surprises by a disturbing margin. Granted, we've only just finished May, but none of the May wide releases met expectations. None. Iron Man 2 was still a massive hit, but no film since then has come close to matching its box office prowess and we are coming close to hitting the panic button at the box office. Worse still, June of 2009 was better than expected with two massive hits that came out of nowhere. Plus, there was the release of the Revenge of the Fallen, which for much of the year looked like it would be the biggest hit of 2009. So, do we have any films likely to do as well as Revenge this June? Maybe. And hopefully we will have more depth, because outside those three films, the rest of June 2009 struggled. More...

Cast

Adam Sandler    Lenny Feder
Kevin James    Eric Lamonsoff
Chris Rock    Kurt McKenzie
David Spade    Marcus Higgins
Rob Schneider    Rob Hilliard
Salma Hayek    Roxane Chase-Feder
Maria Bello    Pinault Sally Lamonsoff
Maya Rudolph    Deanna McKenzie
Joyce Van Patten    Gloria
Ebony Jo-Ann    Mama Ronzoni
Di Quon    Rita
Jamie Chung    Amber Hilliard

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Dennis Dugan
Screenwriter    Adam Sandler
Screenwriter    Fred Wolf
Producer    Adam Sandler
Producer    Jack Giarraputo
Executive Producer    Barry Bernardi
Executive Producer    Tim Herlihy
Executive Producer    Allen Covert
Executive Producer    Steve Koren
Co-Producer    Kevin Grady
Cinematographer    Theo Van de Sande
Editor    Tom Costain
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Music Supervisor    Michael Dilbeck
Music Supervisor    Brooks Arthur
Production Designer    Perry Andelin Blake
Art Director    Alan Au
Costume Designer    Ellen Lutter
Sound Designer    David Wyman
Sound Designer    Thomas Causey
Supervising Sound Editor    Elmo Weber
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Gaeta
Re-recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Stunt Coordinator    Scott Rogers
Special Effects Coordinator    Allen Hall
Assistant Director    Matt Rebenkoff
Associate Producer    Daryl Kass
Casting Director    Roger Mussenden
Casting Director    Jeremy Rich

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/06/25 2 $14,407,593   3,534 $4,077   $14,407,593 1
2010/06/26 2 $14,662,342 +2% 3,534 $4,149   $29,069,935 2
2010/06/27 2 $11,436,629 -22% 3,534 $3,236   $40,506,564 3
2010/06/28 2 $5,310,771 -54% 3,534 $1,503   $45,817,335 4
2010/06/29 2 $4,579,756 -14% 3,534 $1,296   $50,397,091 5
2010/06/30 3 $4,089,557 -11% 3,534 $1,157   $54,486,648 6
2010/07/01 4 $4,094,869 n/c 3,534 $1,159   $58,581,517 7
2010/07/02 4 $6,866,270 +68% 3,534 $1,943   $65,447,787 8
2010/07/03 4 $7,055,905 +3% 3,534 $1,997   $72,503,692 9
2010/07/04 4 $5,127,427 -27% 3,534 $1,451   $77,631,119 10
2010/07/05 4 $7,003,190 +37% 3,534 $1,982   $84,634,307 11
2010/07/06 4 $3,704,741 -47% 3,534 $1,048   $88,339,048 12
2010/07/07 4 $3,324,220 -10% 3,534 $941   $91,663,268 13
2010/07/08 4 $3,251,525 -2% 3,534 $920   $94,914,793 14
2010/07/09 6 $5,083,605 +56% 3,463 $1,468   $99,998,398 15
2010/07/10 6 $6,507,841 +28% 3,463 $1,879   $106,506,239 16
2010/07/11 6 $4,215,292 -35% 3,463 $1,217   $110,721,531 17
2010/07/12 5 $2,173,492 -48% 3,463 $628   $112,895,023 18
2010/07/13 4 $2,412,205 +11% 3,463 $697   $115,307,228 19
2010/07/14 5 $2,086,535 -14% 3,463 $603   $117,393,763 20
2010/07/15 5 $1,860,578 -11% 3,463 $537   $119,254,341 21
2010/07/16 6 $3,138,227 +69% 3,074 $1,021   $122,392,568 22
2010/07/17 6 $3,977,725 +27% 3,074 $1,294   $126,370,293 23
2010/07/18 6 $2,795,064 -30% 3,074 $909   $129,165,357 24
2010/07/19 6 $1,420,438 -49% 3,074 $462   $130,585,795 25
2010/07/20 6 $1,518,965 +7% 3,074 $494   $132,104,760 26
2010/07/21 6 $1,338,515 -12% 3,074 $435   $133,443,275 27
2010/07/22 6 $1,368,811 +2% 3,074 $445   $134,812,086 28
2010/07/23 7 $2,392,198 +75% 2,859 $837   $137,204,284 29
2010/07/24 6 $3,008,050 +26% 2,859 $1,052   $140,212,334 30
2010/07/25 8 $2,028,494 -33% 2,859 $710   $142,240,828 31
2010/07/26 8 $938,564 -54% 2,859 $328   $143,179,392 32
2010/07/27 8 $1,066,380 +14% 2,859 $373   $144,245,772 33
2010/07/28 8 $971,895 -9% 2,859 $340   $145,217,667 34
2010/07/29 8 $995,574 +2% 2,859 $348   $146,213,241 35
2010/07/30 8 $1,410,081 +42% 2,269 $621   $147,623,322 36
2010/07/31 8 $1,831,140 +30% 2,269 $807   $149,454,462 37
2010/08/01 9 $1,306,923 -29% 2,269 $576   $150,761,385 38
2010/08/02 11 $621,383 -52% 2,269 $274   $151,382,768 39
2010/08/03 11 $657,154 +6% 2,269 $290   $152,039,922 40
2010/08/04 11 $612,609 -7% 2,269 $270   $152,652,531 41
2010/08/05 11 $610,693 n/c 2,269 $269   $153,263,224 42
2010/08/06 10 $777,329 +27% 1,769 $439   $154,040,553 43
2010/08/07 11 $1,008,912 +30% 1,769 $570   $155,049,465 44
2010/08/08 13 $621,138 -38% 1,769 $351   $155,670,603 45
2010/08/09 14 $308,331 -50% 1,769 $174   $155,978,934 46
2010/08/10 14 $340,842 +11% 1,769 $193   $156,319,776 47
2010/08/11 14 $291,578 -14% 1,769 $165   $156,611,354 48
2010/08/12 14 $302,343 +4% 1,769 $171   $156,913,697 49
2010/08/13 15 $363,173 +20% 968 $375   $157,276,870 50
2010/08/14 14 $505,523 +39% 968 $522   $157,782,393 51
2010/08/15 15 $272,197 -46% 968 $281   $158,054,590 52
2010/08/16 16 $133,621 -51% 968 $138   $158,188,211 53
2010/08/17 16 $135,457 +1% 968 $140   $158,323,668 54
2010/08/18 17 $103,562 -24% 968 $107   $158,427,230 55
2010/08/19 17 $96,966 -6% 968 $100   $158,524,196 56
2010/08/20 - $132,925 +37% 424 $314   $158,657,121 57
2010/08/21 - $198,116 +49% 424 $467   $158,855,237 58
2010/08/22 - $96,095 -51% 424 $227   $158,951,332 59
2010/08/23 - $39,916 -58% 424 $94   $158,991,248 60
2010/08/24 - $43,983 +10% 424 $104   $159,035,231 61
2010/08/25 - $35,259 -20% 424 $83   $159,070,490 62
2010/08/26 - $34,166 -3% 424 $81   $159,104,656 63
2010/08/27 - $81,839 +140% 424 $193   $159,186,495 64
2010/08/28 - $128,647 +57% 424 $303   $159,315,142 65
2010/08/29 - $56,864 -56% 424 $134   $159,372,006 66
2010/09/03 - $139,396   383 $364   $159,584,206 71
2010/09/04 - $227,471 +63% 383 $594   $159,811,677 72
2010/09/05 - $235,795 +4% 383 $616   $160,047,472 73
2010/09/06 25 $144,388 -39% 383 $377   $160,191,860 74
2010/09/10 - $107,999   339 $319   $160,406,102 78
2010/09/11 - $177,861 +65% 339 $525   $160,583,963 79
2010/09/12 - $94,142 -47% 339 $278   $160,678,105 80
2010/09/17 - $86,441   304 $284   $160,877,484 85
2010/09/18 - $139,972 +62% 304 $460   $161,017,456 86
2010/09/19 - $77,169 -45% 304 $254   $161,094,625 87
2010/09/24 - $65,542   265 $247   $161,248,601 92
2010/09/25 - $107,508 +64% 265 $406   $161,356,109 93
2010/09/26 - $61,617 -43% 265 $233   $161,417,726 94
2010/10/01 - $44,208   230 $192   $161,527,743 99
2010/10/02 - $76,643 +73% 230 $333   $161,604,386 100
2010/10/03 - $41,475 -46% 230 $180   $161,645,861 101
2010/10/08 - $29,978   159 $189   $161,724,336 106
2010/10/09 - $47,453 +58% 159 $298   $161,771,789 107
2010/10/10 - $29,479 -38% 159 $185   $161,801,268 108
2010/10/15 - $21,642   114 $190   $161,864,771 113
2010/10/16 - $35,296 +63% 114 $310   $161,900,067 114
2010/10/17 - $20,198 -43% 114 $177   $161,920,265 115
2010/10/22 - $15,377   87 $177   $161,961,661 120
2010/10/23 - $25,586 +66% 87 $294   $161,987,247 121
2010/10/24 - $13,939 -46% 87 $160   $162,001,186 122

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/06/25 2 $40,506,564   3,534 $11,462   $40,506,564 3
2010/07/02 4 $19,049,602 -53% 3,534 $5,390   $77,631,117 10
2010/07/09 6 $15,806,738 -17% 3,463 $4,564   $110,721,531 17
2010/07/16 6 $9,911,016 -37% 3,074 $3,224   $129,165,357 24
2010/07/23 7 $7,428,742 -25% 2,859 $2,598   $142,240,828 31
2010/07/30 8 $4,548,144 -39% 2,269 $2,004   $150,761,385 38
2010/08/06 11 $2,407,379 -47% 1,769 $1,361   $155,670,603 45
2010/08/13 15 $1,140,893 -53% 968 $1,179   $158,054,590 52
2010/08/20 22 $427,136 -63% 424 $1,007   $158,951,332 59
2010/08/27 27 $267,350 -37% 263 $1,017   $159,372,006 66
2010/09/03 23 $602,662 +125% 383 $1,574   $160,047,472 73
2010/09/10 27 $380,002 -37% 339 $1,121   $160,678,105 80
2010/09/17 24 $303,582 -20% 304 $999   $161,094,625 87
2010/09/24 29 $234,667 -23% 265 $886   $161,417,726 94
2010/10/01 33 $162,326 -31% 230 $706   $161,645,861 101
2010/10/08 34 $106,910 -34% 159 $672   $161,801,268 108
2010/10/15 42 $77,136 -28% 114 $677   $161,920,265 115
2010/10/22 42 $54,902 -29% 87 $631   $162,001,186 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/14/20102772,072 772,072$15,433,719$15,433,7191
11/21/20105394,075-49% 1,166,147$7,877,559$23,311,2792
11/28/20108429,551+9% 1,595,698$5,584,163$28,895,4423
12/5/201018138,333-68% 1,734,031$2,423,221$31,318,6624
12/12/201021142,835+3% 1,876,866$1,900,977$33,219,6395
12/19/201021155,982+9% 2,032,848$1,969,101$35,188,7406
12/26/201017193,983+24% 2,226,831$2,504,592$37,693,3327
1/2/20112759,476-69% 2,286,307$909,233$38,602,5668
1/9/20113042,777-28% 2,329,084$765,028$39,367,5949
1/16/20112835,396-17% 2,364,480$619,143$39,986,73710
1/23/2011279,344-74% 2,373,824$130,554$40,117,29111
5/22/20112436,582 2,521,888$475,200$42,454,30428
7/14/20131540,440 2,769,419$300,469$44,528,131140
7/21/20131043,442+7% 2,812,861$228,505$44,756,636141
7/28/20131259,409+37% 2,872,270$296,451$45,053,087142
8/4/2013733,158-44% 2,905,428$165,458$45,218,545143
8/11/20131634,610+4% 2,940,038$197,277$45,415,822144
8/18/20131833,613-3% 2,973,651$334,785$45,750,608145

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/14/20102152,178 152,178$3,553,368$3,553,3681
11/21/2010737,805-75% 189,984$913,752$4,467,1202
12/5/20101838,628 265,049$965,324$6,334,6164
12/12/20101925,140-35% 290,188$538,498$6,873,1145
12/26/20102067,057 388,786$1,541,646$9,139,8907
1/2/20111440,861-39% 429,647$676,651$9,816,5418
7/14/2013208,484 499,812$165,780$11,215,682140
7/21/2013196,208-27% 506,020$114,839$11,330,521141

Grown Ups Trailer

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