The Hangover

The Hangover poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $277,322,503Details
International Box Office $192,230,968
Worldwide Box Office $469,553,471
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $185,406,657 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $57,602,665 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $243,009,322
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
79% - Certified Fresh
Audience
84% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 5th, 2009 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 15th, 2009 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R For pervasive language, sexual content including nudity, and some drug material
Franchise: Hangover
Keywords: Accidental Engagement or Marriage, Day After, Black Out Drunk
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures, Green Hat Films

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DVD Sales: Toys Retake Top Spot

It was the Thanksgiving long weekend recently and the sales numbers this week include Black Friday. It should come as no surprise that there was an uptick in sales this week, with a number of older releases seeing a massive jump. This includes Toy Story 3, which shot into top spot with 1.27 million units / $21.19 million for the week and 6.78 million / $124.60 million after a month. It is now the third-best-selling DVD of the year. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 12th, 2010

A strange week for the DVD and Blu-ray Release Report, as there are only five featured reviews for releases coming out this week. However, there are also eight featured reviews for releases that arrived late, plus another eight or so that came out this week where the screener is late. (There's a couple where I don't know if they will or will not arrive.) The Pick of the Week is one such release, How to Train Your Dragon on Blu-ray / DVD Combo, but be warned, that movie isn't released to the home market till Friday. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases are the Law

Only three new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart, and only one of those reached the top five. However, that film, Law Abiding Citizen, was able to win the race to the top with 830,000 units sold for opening week sale of $8.29 million. More...

DVD Sales: Couple New Releases Top Chart

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DVD Sales: New Releases Are It

Four new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart; however, they finished in the four top spots. Leading the way was Michael Jackson's This Is It with 1.51 million units sold and $24.22 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD Sales: Winning the Game

Half a dozen new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart and one of them reached number one. Even so, it was a really weak list. Gamer opened in first place, but it only sold 346,000 units and generated $5.78 million in consumer spending at retail. That's mediocre, no matter what its ranking. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Do Bad

While there were several new releases on the sales chart, including a new number one, sales were soft as a whole. The new number one film, I Can Do Bad All By Myself, only sold 581,000 units and generated $11.03 million in opening week sales. More...

DVD Sales: Sunny Days on the Home Market

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs led all new releases to grab top spot on the DVD sales chart for the week ending January 10 with 1.10 million units and $19.90 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD Sales: 2010 Starts with a Hangover

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

DVD Sales: Holiday Wrap-Up

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

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

Awards Season: Avatar Has a Golden Night

Some might debate the predictive value of The Golden Globes. After all, they don't have all of the same categories as the Oscars, and the results for Best Picture in particular have varied from the Oscar result many times over the years. However, it is hard to argue with the free publicity a film gets from winning, and the big winner tonight was Avatar. More...

Awards Season: WGA Nominations are Written in Stone

The WGA announced their nominations this week, which include eleven awards, three of which are for theatrical releases. More...

Awards Season - Golden Globe Nominations are Up in the Air

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations this week, but looking over the list of films chosen, it is hard to declare any one film as the big winner. Up in the Air did pick up six Golden Globe nominations, including several of the most prestigious nominations, but it is far from the only major player. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 15th, 2009

This is the last full week before Christmas, so in many ways this is the last chance studios have to release their top properties. And you can tell. There are four releases that are prime candidates for the DVD Pick of the Week, including two $100 million hits (Inglourious Basterds and The Hangover) and two TV on DVD releases (Robot Chicken and Star Trek - The Original Series). All have their strengths and weaknesses, but if I were forced to choose just one, it would be Inglourious Basterds on Blu-ray. On the other hand, all four are joining my collection, plus several others coming out this week. More...

International Details - Number Six for District Nine

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

International Details - Viking Still Pillaging International Box Office

Vicky the Viking fell to sixth place with 7.40 million on 898 screens in 3 markets for a total of $24.55 million. Of that, $5.92 million was earned on 751 screens in Germany and it now has $18.94 million in its native market. More...

International Details - Dusk for Ice Age

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs fell out of the top five this past weekend earning $7.08 million on 3521 screens in 35 markets for a total of $670.44 million internationally and $865.11 million worldwide. It is now the third highest grossing film internationally of all time, while it is 18th place worldwide. That's quite a gap. The film remained in first place in Italy earning $3.14 million on 690 screens over the weekend for a total of $33.63 million after three. So far the film has earned more than 77% of its worldwide box office internationally, which is a very high percentage, and it will keep creeping higher as its international run comes to a close. More...

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

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International Details - Post Summer Hangover

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International Details - Enemies has a lot of International Friends

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International Details - Potter Hits Half a Billion

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince became just the second film of the year to reach $500 million on the international chart, but the sixth film of that franchise to reach that milestone. Over the weekend it earned $22.85 million on 9346 screens in 63 markets for a total of $548.68 million internationally and $822.53 million worldwide after just four weeks of release. The film is running on holdovers, but it did place third in France adding $3.78 million on 918 screens over the weekend for a total of $45.08 million in that market. Meanwhile it remained in first place in Germany with $2.74 million on 908 screens giving it $54.68 million in total. Its best market overall remains the U.K. where it has made $73.85 million, including $2.25 million on 535 screens over the past weekend. More...

International Details - One for the Ages

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs became the all-time highest grossing animated film on the international scene during the past week. Over the weekend it earned $24.66 million on 8844 screens in 68 markets for a total of $551.39 million internationally, which tops the $526.88 million earned by Finding Nemo. On the other hand, that film made $866.59 million worldwide compared to this film's running tally of $733.45 million. Ice Age isn't done yet, and should reach a couple milestones before it is done. but the record is likely safe. More...

International Details - Ice Not Showing its Age

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International Details - Harry Leaves Competition in the Cold

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Hot-Blooded Weekend

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Weekend Estimates: Half-Blood Prince Posts $79.5 Million Opening Weekend

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International Details - New Number One for the Year

Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen became the biggest hit of the year on the international scene, at least for a little while. Over the weekend it added $34.27 million on 8210 screens in 62 markets for a total of $371.24 million internationally and $710.46 million worldwide. It has overtaken Angels and Demons for the biggest international hit of 2009, for the time being, while it is just ahead of the original's worldwide total. More...

Fashionably Late

The weekend at the box office was rather boring, at least as far as box office numbers go. We had no records broken, no blockbuster releases, and no films that shocked analysts, either on the high end or the low end. Total ticket sales were at $143 million, which is 12% lower than last weekend and 5.5% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-day, 2009 is still ahead of 2008 by 11.2%, $5.68 billion to $5.11 billion. More...

International Details - Transformers Involved in Change on Top

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Transformers Hang on to Top Spot

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International Details - Hanging Out with Hangover

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International Top of the Chart - Transformers Near $200 Million Mark

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Dawn of the Holidays

While the movie industry has been in summer mode for a full two months, for many, the July 4th weekend marks the official start of summer. To celebrate, there are two saturation level releases coming out this week, and both are opening tonight and not Friday. Both could be major hits, but they could have real trouble topping Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen over the weekend. Compared to last year, I don't think anything will top Hancock's opening weekend, but combined they should help 2009 maintain its strong pace compared to last year. More...

Transformers Gets Revenge on the Critics

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International Details - Terminating Another Milestone

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$100 Million Weekend for Revenge?

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Millions Accept Box Office Proposal

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Weekend Estimates: Bullock\'s Best Betters Black

This was the weekend of the comedy in theaters, and romance won out over the numbskulls. Sandra Bullock enjoyed her best opening weekend ever as The Proposal topped the chart with an impressive $34.1 million, according to Disney's Sunday estimate. Bullock's previous best was the $17.5 million opening for Premonition in 2007, so this is a tremendous weekend for her. More...

International details - Hangover Shows Potential Overseas

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Decent Proposal

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Box Office Lacks Imagination

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Food Soars Past the Moon on the Per Theater Chart

There were half-a-dozen films that managed to reach the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart, led by Food, Inc. with an impressive average of $20,171 in three theaters. This suggests at least some potential for expansion. Moon opened in a few more theaters while its average was slightly below at $17,006, but this is also enough to suggest some potential for expansion. Tetro opened on Thursday and earned nearly $40,000 over 4 days, but over the three-day weekend it managed an average of $16,221. Away We Go expanded from 4 to 45 theaters, but still earned an average of $12,463, and this is very good news indeed. Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love opened with an average of $10,866 in three theaters while Le Combat Dans l'Ile opened with $10,217 in one. The overall box office champion, The Hangover, came awfully close to the $10,000 mark with an average of $9,775. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hangover Tops Weekend, Shows Record-Breaking Legs

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Confusion Over Which Films will Place 1 2 3

We have two new saturation level releases and two holdovers that will play an important part in this week's box office race, and three of them have a legitimate shot at taking first place. This depth should help the overall box office numbers, but the weekend will still have a hard time reaching the box office level of last year when The Incredible Hulk opened with just over $55 million. In fact, the number one film this year might not earn half that much. Let's hope that is not the case, but there is certainly a chance of that happening. On the other end of the spectrum, there is a slim chance the top film surprise by earning $40 million, or more, and coasting to $100 million in total. More...

Box Office Hangover Pleases Moviegoers

We had a surprise number one at the box office this past weekend, and the films that beat Thursday's predictions outnumber those that failed to reach expected levels, both in terms of the number of films and in terms of total box office generated. This helped the industry to $165 million at the box office over the weekend; however, this was down about 0.2% from last weekend and 5.4% from the same weekend last year. That said, this is better than most were expecting, and 2009 is still way ahead of 2008's pace at $4.34 billion to $3.85 billion. More...

Staying Up on the Per Theater Chart

Two new releases cracked $10,000 on the per theater chart this week, including Away We Go, which led the way with $32,603 despite mixed reviews. The overall number one film, The Hangover, was second with $13,759. Perhaps most impressive was Up, which remained in the $10,000 club during its sophomore stint with $11,561. It's rare for a saturation level release to repeat on this chart. More...

Weekend Estimates: Up Conquers Impressive Hangover

Up held on to top spot on the box office chart over the weekend, based on the studio's Sunday estimates. But it was a very close thing. Only strong family business on Saturday and Sunday was enough to hold off a very impressive debut by The Hangover. The buddy comedy opened with an estimated $43.275 million, which was well ahead of most predictions, and showed that good reviews can still help bring in moviegoers. Land of the Lost, meanwhile, showed how bad reviews can still kill a movie: it opened with a paltry $19.5 million, making it the worst Summer opening of Will Ferrell's career. More...

Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of June 5th, 2009

There were three wide releases to crack the top ten this weekend, but when it comes to the best of the websites, it's a smaller Canadian movie that was the best. Waterlife's Official Site had a surprising amount of sound and animation to go with the impressive information and it is the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Will New Releases Be Lost at the Box Office?

It looks like we will have another losing weekend at the box office, as none of the three new wide releases look like they will come close to last year's winner. In fact, they might not top last year's second place film, or the sophomore stint of last week's box office champ. More...

2009 Preview: June

So far we are one month into summer, and it looks like we will have six $100 million movies already (as I'm writing this, only two are confirmed, while three more should reach that milestone over the weekend.) However, June doesn't look as strong, either compared to last month, or the same month last year. It's not entirely bad, and we could have the bigget movie of the year opening this month, but don't expect six more $100 million movies. In fact, there's a chance we won't get half that many. More...

Cast Updates - October 2, 2008

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New Movie US Release Dates - September 14, 2008

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New Movie Announcements, Stars and Directors - July 17, 2008

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Cast Updates - July 17, 2008

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Cast

Bradley Cooper    Phil
Ed Helms    Stu
Zach Galifianakis    Alan
Justin Bartha    Doug
Heather Graham    Jade
Sasha Barrese    Tracy
Jeffrey Tambor    Sid
Ken Jeong    Mr. Chow
Rachael Harris    Melissa
Mike Tyson    Himself
Mike Epps    Black Doug

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Todd Phillips
Screenwriter    Jon Lucas
Screenwriter    Scott Moore
Producer    Todd Phillips
Producer    Dan Goldberg
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Jon Jashni
Executive Producer    William Fay
Executive Producer    Scott Budnick
Executive Producer    J.C. Spink
Executive Producer    Chris Bender
Co-Producer    David A. Siegel
Co-Producer    Jeffrey Wetzel
Cinematographer    Lawrence Sher
Editor    Debra Neil-Fisher
Composer    Christophe Beck
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Production Designer    Bill Brzeski
Supervising Art Director    Andrew Max Cahn
Art Director    A. Todd Holland
Set Decorator    Danielle Berman
Costume Designer    Louise Mingenbach
Sound Mixer    Lee Orloff
Assistant Director    Jeffrey J.P. Wetzel
Casting Director    Juel Bestrop

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/06/05 1 $16,734,033   3,269 $5,119   $16,734,033 1
2009/06/06 2 $15,056,771 -10% 3,269 $4,606   $31,790,804 2
2009/06/07 2 $13,188,515 -12% 3,269 $4,034   $44,979,319 3
2009/06/08 1 $7,659,108 -42% 3,269 $2,343   $52,638,427 4
2009/06/09 1 $6,589,423 -14% 3,269 $2,016   $59,227,850 5
2009/06/10 1 $6,655,228 +1% 3,269 $2,036   $65,883,078 6
2009/06/11 1 $6,091,024 -8% 3,269 $1,863   $71,974,102 7
2009/06/12 1 $10,310,510 +69% 3,355 $3,073   $82,284,612 8
2009/06/13 2 $12,603,342 +22% 3,355 $3,757   $94,887,954 9
2009/06/14 1 $9,880,535 -22% 3,355 $2,945   $104,768,489 10
2009/06/15 1 $5,531,460 -44% 3,355 $1,649   $110,299,949 11
2009/06/16 1 $5,528,308 n/c 3,355 $1,648   $115,828,257 12
2009/06/17 1 $5,050,273 -9% 3,355 $1,505   $120,878,530 13
2009/06/18 1 $5,185,012 +3% 3,355 $1,545   $126,063,542 14
2009/06/19 3 $8,411,034 +62% 3,545 $2,373   $134,474,576 15
2009/06/20 2 $10,396,287 +24% 3,545 $2,933   $144,870,863 16
2009/06/21 3 $7,946,152 -24% 3,545 $2,242   $152,817,015 17
2009/06/22 2 $3,811,385 -52% 3,545 $1,075   $156,628,400 18
2009/06/23 2 $3,492,326 -8% 3,545 $985   $160,120,726 19
2009/06/24 3 $3,084,244 -12% 3,545 $870   $163,204,970 20
2009/06/25 3 $2,827,131 -8% 3,545 $797   $166,032,101 21
2009/06/26 3 $5,307,101 +88% 3,525 $1,506   $171,339,202 22
2009/06/27 3 $6,585,729 +24% 3,525 $1,868   $177,924,931 23
2009/06/28 3 $5,129,336 -22% 3,525 $1,455   $183,054,267 24
2009/06/29 3 $2,578,117 -50% 3,525 $731   $185,632,384 25
2009/06/30 3 $2,749,356 +7% 3,525 $780   $188,381,740 26
2009/07/01 5 $2,394,162 -13% 3,124 $766   $190,775,902 27
2009/07/02 5 $2,993,918 +25% 3,124 $958   $193,769,820 28
2009/07/03 5 $4,490,480 +50% 3,124 $1,437   $198,260,300 29
2009/07/04 5 $2,813,370 -37% 3,124 $901   $201,073,670 30
2009/07/05 5 $3,964,563 +41% 3,124 $1,269   $205,038,233 31
2009/07/06 5 $1,977,243 -50% 3,070 $644   $207,015,476 32
2009/07/07 5 $1,951,179 -1% 3,070 $636   $208,966,655 33
2009/07/08 5 $1,824,657 -6% 3,070 $594   $210,791,312 34
2009/07/09 5 $1,720,356 -6% 3,070 $560   $212,511,668 35
2009/07/10 6 $3,149,618 +83% 3,002 $1,049   $215,661,286 36
2009/07/11 6 $3,921,646 +25% 3,002 $1,306   $219,582,932 37
2009/07/12 5 $2,861,974 -27% 3,002 $953   $222,444,906 38
2009/07/13 6 $1,321,308 -54% 3,002 $440   $223,766,214 39
2009/07/14 6 $1,315,287 n/c 3,002 $438   $225,081,501 40
2009/07/15 7 $1,228,279 -7% 2,667 $461   $226,309,780 41
2009/07/16 6 $1,257,371 +2% 2,667 $471   $227,567,151 42
2009/07/17 6 $2,570,588 +104% 2,667 $964   $230,137,739 43
2009/07/18 5 $3,345,296 +30% 2,667 $1,254   $233,483,035 44
2009/07/19 5 $2,261,388 -32% 2,667 $848   $235,744,423 45
2009/07/20 6 $1,118,139 -51% 2,667 $419   $236,862,562 46
2009/07/21 5 $1,344,242 +20% 2,667 $504   $238,206,804 47
2009/07/22 5 $1,171,228 -13% 2,667 $439   $239,378,032 48
2009/07/23 5 $1,234,364 +5% 2,667 $463   $240,612,396 49
2009/07/24 8 $1,994,232 +62% 2,285 $873   $242,606,628 50
2009/07/25 7 $2,643,492 +33% 2,285 $1,157   $245,250,120 51
2009/07/26 7 $1,823,646 -31% 2,285 $798   $247,073,766 52
2009/07/27 8 $856,198 -53% 2,285 $375   $247,929,964 53
2009/07/28 8 $927,198 +8% 2,285 $406   $248,857,162 54
2009/07/29 8 $951,041 +3% 2,285 $416   $249,808,203 55
2009/07/30 8 $888,214 -7% 2,285 $389   $250,696,417 56
2009/07/31 9 $1,561,318 +76% 2,071 $754   $252,257,735 57
2009/08/01 7 $2,072,934 +33% 2,071 $1,001   $254,330,669 58
2009/08/02 8 $1,560,223 -25% 2,071 $753   $255,890,892 59
2009/08/03 9 $690,072 -56% 2,071 $333   $256,580,964 60
2009/08/04 9 $688,454 n/c 2,071 $332   $257,269,418 61
2009/08/05 9 $668,384 -3% 2,071 $323   $257,937,802 62
2009/08/06 9 $672,351 +1% 2,071 $325   $258,610,153 63
2009/08/07 12 $1,023,092 +52% 1,690 $605   $259,633,245 64
2009/08/08 9 $1,405,659 +37% 1,690 $832   $261,038,904 65
2009/08/09 11 $940,427 -33% 1,690 $556   $261,979,331 66
2009/08/10 11 $461,488 -51% 1,690 $273   $262,440,819 67
2009/08/11 12 $458,225 -1% 1,690 $271   $262,899,044 68
2009/08/12 11 $458,017 n/c 1,690 $271   $263,357,061 69
2009/08/13 11 $444,405 -3% 1,690 $263   $263,801,466 70
2009/08/14 14 $620,781 +40% 1,185 $524   $264,422,247 71
2009/08/15 13 $855,257 +38% 1,185 $722   $265,277,504 72
2009/08/16 14 $512,948 -40% 1,185 $433   $265,790,452 73
2009/08/17 14 $253,218 -51% 1,185 $214   $266,043,670 74
2009/08/18 14 $257,750 +2% 1,185 $218   $266,301,420 75
2009/08/19 14 $252,414 -2% 1,185 $213   $266,553,834 76
2009/08/20 14 $249,486 -1% 1,185 $211   $266,803,320 77
2009/08/21 - $455,355 +83% 848 $537   $267,258,675 78
2009/08/22 - $666,429 +46% 848 $786   $267,925,104 79
2009/08/23 - $352,452 -47% 848 $416   $268,277,556 80
2009/08/24 - $153,152 -57% 848 $181   $268,430,708 81
2009/08/25 - $161,296 +5% 848 $190   $268,592,004 82
2009/08/26 - $157,268 -2% 848 $185   $268,749,272 83
2009/08/27 - $148,340 -6% 848 $175   $268,897,612 84
2009/08/28 16 $416,645 +181% 801 $520   $269,314,257 85
2009/08/29 16 $638,164 +53% 801 $797   $269,952,421 86
2009/08/30 17 $285,332 -55% 801 $356   $270,237,753 87
2009/08/31 - $111,247 -61% 801 $139   $270,349,000 88
2009/09/01 - $118,025 +6% 801 $147   $270,467,025 89
2009/09/02 - $115,207 -2% 801 $144   $270,582,232 90
2009/09/03 - $117,250 +2% 801 $146   $270,699,482 91
2009/09/04 - $301,596 +157% 709 $425   $271,001,078 92
2009/09/05 - $436,240 +45% 709 $615   $271,437,318 93
2009/09/06 - $484,209 +11% 709 $683   $271,921,527 94
2009/09/07 17 $275,861 -43% 709 $389   $272,197,388 95
2009/09/08 - $84,252 -69% 709 $119   $272,281,640 96
2009/09/09 - $74,331 -12% 709 $105   $272,355,971 97
2009/09/10 - $71,084 -4% 709 $100   $272,427,055 98
2009/09/11 - $225,500 +217% 564 $400   $272,652,555 99
2009/09/12 - $344,821 +53% 564 $611   $272,997,376 100
2009/09/13 - $138,904 -60% 564 $246   $273,136,280 101
2009/09/14 - $57,227 -59% 564 $101   $273,193,507 102
2009/09/15 - $65,340 +14% 564 $116   $273,258,847 103
2009/09/16 - $67,334 +3% 564 $119   $273,326,181 104
2009/09/17 - $70,047 +4% 564 $124   $273,396,228 105
2009/09/18 - $151,618 +116% 401 $378   $273,547,846 106
2009/09/19 - $213,978 +41% 401 $534   $273,761,824 107
2009/09/20 - $101,777 -52% 401 $254   $273,863,601 108
2009/09/21 - $36,873 -64% 401 $92   $273,900,474 109
2009/09/22 - $44,452 +21% 401 $111   $273,944,926 110
2009/09/23 - $42,485 -4% 401 $106   $273,987,411 111
2009/09/24 - $42,209 -1% 401 $105   $274,029,620 112
2009/09/25 - $130,644 +210% 355 $368   $274,160,264 113
2009/09/26 - $201,600 +54% 355 $568   $274,361,864 114
2009/09/27 - $90,949 -55% 355 $256   $274,452,813 115
2009/09/28 - $34,471 -62% 355 $97   $274,487,284 116
2009/09/29 - $39,496 +15% 355 $111   $274,526,780 117
2009/09/30 - $37,127 -6% 355 $105   $274,563,907 118
2009/10/01 - $39,725 +7% 355 $112   $274,603,632 119
2009/10/02 - $171,221 +331% 517 $331   $274,774,853 120
2009/10/03 - $253,917 +48% 517 $491   $275,028,770 121
2009/10/04 - $127,427 -50% 517 $246   $275,156,197 122
2009/10/05 - $49,697 -61% 517 $96   $275,205,894 123
2009/10/06 - $62,121 +25% 517 $120   $275,268,015 124
2009/10/07 - $58,179 -6% 517 $113   $275,326,194 125
2009/10/08 - $59,924 +3% 517 $116   $275,386,118 126
2009/10/09 - $137,009 +129% 471 $291   $275,523,127 127
2009/10/10 - $183,088 +34% 471 $389   $275,706,215 128
2009/10/11 - $107,241 -41% 471 $228   $275,813,456 129
2009/10/12 - $54,893 -49% 471 $117   $275,868,349 130
2009/10/13 - $46,550 -15% 471 $99   $275,914,899 131
2009/10/14 - $47,081 +1% 471 $100   $275,961,980 132
2009/10/15 - $47,222 n/c 471 $100   $276,009,202 133
2009/10/16 - $85,753 +82% 359 $239   $276,094,955 134
2009/10/17 - $123,749 +44% 359 $345   $276,218,704 135
2009/10/18 - $58,081 -53% 359 $162   $276,276,785 136
2009/10/19 - $22,151 -62% 359 $62   $276,298,936 137
2009/10/20 - $26,824 +21% 359 $75   $276,325,760 138
2009/10/21 - $27,192 +1% 359 $76   $276,352,952 139
2009/10/22 - $28,923 +6% 359 $81   $276,381,875 140
2009/10/23 - $67,870 +135% 291 $233   $276,449,745 141
2009/10/24 - $90,687 +34% 291 $312   $276,540,432 142
2009/10/25 - $42,788 -53% 291 $147   $276,583,220 143
2009/10/26 - $16,571 -61% 291 $57   $276,599,791 144
2009/10/27 - $18,896 +14% 291 $65   $276,618,687 145
2009/10/28 - $17,763 -6% 251 $71   $276,636,450 146
2009/10/29 - $17,624 -1% 251 $70   $276,654,074 147
2009/10/30 - $42,708 +142% 215 $199   $276,696,782 148
2009/10/31 - $39,407 -8% 215 $183   $276,736,189 149
2009/11/01 - $35,219 -11% 215 $164   $276,771,408 150
2009/11/02 - $13,036 -63% 215 $61   $276,784,444 151
2009/11/03 - $15,904 +22% 215 $74   $276,800,348 152
2009/11/04 - $15,268 -4% 215 $71   $276,815,616 153
2009/11/05 - $17,495 +15% 215 $81   $276,833,111 154
2009/11/06 - $35,915 +105% 152 $236   $276,869,026 155
2009/11/07 - $50,478 +41% 152 $332   $276,919,504 156
2009/11/08 - $23,037 -54% 152 $152   $276,942,541 157
2009/11/09 - $8,946 -61% 152 $59   $276,951,487 158
2009/11/10 - $13,151 +47% 152 $87   $276,964,638 159
2009/11/11 - $14,918 +13% 152 $98   $276,979,556 160
2009/11/12 - $9,896 -34% 152 $65   $276,989,452 161
2009/11/13 - $27,950 +182% 130 $215   $277,017,402 162
2009/11/14 - $37,288 +33% 130 $287   $277,054,690 163
2009/11/15 - $15,031 -60% 130 $116   $277,069,721 164
2009/11/16 - $7,215 -52% 130 $56   $277,076,936 165
2009/11/17 - $7,349 +2% 130 $57   $277,084,285 166
2009/11/18 - $7,476 +2% 130 $58   $277,091,761 167
2009/11/19 - $7,750 +4% 130 $60   $277,099,511 168
2009/11/20 - $18,854 +143% 103 $183   $277,118,365 169
2009/11/21 - $26,286 +39% 103 $255   $277,144,651 170
2009/11/22 - $11,832 -55% 103 $115   $277,156,483 171
2009/11/23 - $5,821 -51% 103 $57   $277,162,304 172
2009/11/24 - $7,949 +37% 103 $77   $277,170,253 173
2009/11/25 - $10,150 +28% 85 $119   $277,180,403 174
2009/11/26 - $9,970 -2% 85 $117   $277,190,373 175
2009/11/27 - $20,729 +108% 85 $244   $277,211,102 176
2009/11/28 - $21,667 +5% 85 $255   $277,232,769 177
2009/11/29 - $7,975 -63% 85 $94   $277,240,744 178
2009/11/30 - $3,270 -59% 85 $38   $277,244,014 179
2009/12/01 - $3,670 +12% 85 $43   $277,247,684 180
2009/12/02 - $3,857 +5% 85 $45   $277,251,541 181
2009/12/03 - $3,901 +1% 85 $46   $277,255,442 182
2009/12/04 - $9,421 +142% 74 $127   $277,264,863 183
2009/12/05 - $13,863 +47% 74 $187   $277,278,726 184
2009/12/06 - $4,916 -65% 74 $66   $277,283,642 185
2009/12/07 - $2,572 -48% 74 $35   $277,286,214 186
2009/12/08 - $2,720 +6% 74 $37   $277,288,934 187
2009/12/09 - $2,775 +2% 74 $38   $277,291,709 188
2009/12/10 - $2,706 -2% 74 $37   $277,294,415 189
2009/12/11 - $6,433 +138% 49 $131   $277,300,848 190
2009/12/12 - $8,307 +29% 49 $170   $277,309,155 191
2009/12/13 - $4,216 -49% 49 $86   $277,313,371 192
2009/12/14 - $2,277 -46% 49 $46   $277,315,648 193
2009/12/15 - $2,348 +3% 49 $48   $277,317,996 194
2009/12/16 - $2,094 -11% 49 $43   $277,320,090 195
2009/12/17 - $2,413 +15% 49 $49   $277,322,503 196

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/06/05 1 $44,979,319   3,269 $13,759   $44,979,319 3
2009/06/12 1 $32,794,387 -27% 3,355 $9,775   $104,768,489 10
2009/06/19 2 $26,753,473 -18% 3,545 $7,547   $152,817,015 17
2009/06/26 3 $17,022,166 -36% 3,525 $4,829   $183,054,267 24
2009/07/03 5 $11,268,413 -34% 3,070 $3,670   $205,038,233 31
2009/07/10 6 $9,933,238 -12% 3,002 $3,309   $222,444,906 38
2009/07/17 6 $8,177,272 -18% 2,667 $3,066   $235,744,423 45
2009/07/24 7 $6,461,370 -21% 2,285 $2,828   $247,073,766 52
2009/07/31 8 $5,194,475 -20% 2,071 $2,508   $255,890,892 59
2009/08/07 11 $3,369,178 -35% 1,690 $1,994   $261,979,331 66
2009/08/14 14 $1,988,986 -41% 1,185 $1,678   $265,790,452 73
2009/08/21 14 $1,474,236 -26% 848 $1,738   $268,277,556 80
2009/08/28 16 $1,340,141 -9% 801 $1,673   $270,237,753 87
2009/09/04 17 $1,222,045 -9% 709 $1,724   $271,921,527 94
2009/09/11 19 $709,225 -42% 564 $1,257   $273,136,280 101
2009/09/18 21 $467,373 -34% 401 $1,166   $273,863,601 108
2009/09/25 21 $423,193 -9% 355 $1,192   $274,452,813 115
2009/10/02 19 $552,565 +31% 517 $1,069   $275,156,197 122
2009/10/09 25 $427,338 -23% 471 $907   $275,813,456 129
2009/10/16 26 $267,583 -37% 359 $745   $276,276,785 136
2009/10/23 27 $201,345 -25% 291 $692   $276,583,220 143
2009/10/30 30 $117,334 -42% 215 $546   $276,771,408 150
2009/11/06 32 $109,430 -7% 152 $720   $276,942,541 157
2009/11/13 33 $80,269 -27% 130 $617   $277,069,721 164
2009/11/20 38 $56,972 -29% 103 $553   $277,156,483 171
2009/11/27 44 $50,371 -12% 85 $593   $277,240,744 178
2009/12/04 47 $28,200 -44% 74 $381   $277,283,642 185
2009/12/11 49 $18,956 -33% 49 $387   $277,313,371 192

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/20/200914,074,260 4,074,260$74,034,601$74,034,6011
12/27/200911,859,534-54% 5,933,794$38,938,084$112,972,6852
1/3/20101691,709-63% 6,625,503$12,425,169$125,397,8543
1/10/20102359,678-48% 6,985,181$6,873,626$132,271,4804
1/17/20104211,531-41% 7,196,712$3,962,272$136,233,7525
1/24/20103167,172-21% 7,363,884$3,171,453$139,405,2056
1/31/20105134,303-20% 7,498,187$2,452,024$141,857,2297
2/7/20106123,788-8% 7,621,975$2,204,392$144,061,6218
2/14/20105186,134+50% 7,808,109$3,259,895$147,321,5169
2/21/20103590,000+217% 8,398,109$7,205,493$154,527,00910
2/28/20101092,127-84% 8,490,236$1,033,020$155,560,02911
3/7/20101063,926-31% 8,554,162$741,190$156,301,21912
3/14/20101961,081-4% 8,615,243$742,714$157,043,93313
3/21/20102941,954-31% 8,657,197$504,916$157,548,85014
3/28/20103032,748-22% 8,689,945$399,152$157,948,00215
4/18/20102032,856 8,772,631$655,319$159,236,73418
4/25/20102521,366-35% 8,793,997$462,078$159,698,81219
5/2/20101820,187-6% 8,814,184$433,403$160,132,21520
6/13/20102425,496 8,872,423$551,280$161,412,70826
6/20/20103029,571+16% 8,901,994$641,676$162,054,38427
7/11/20101648,065 8,967,534$638,673$163,067,70330
7/18/20101946,125-4% 9,013,659$465,341$163,533,04431
7/25/20101451,297+11% 9,064,956$659,797$164,192,84232
8/1/20101437,632-27% 9,102,588$589,189$164,782,03133
10/3/20102138,647 9,223,427$571,597$166,598,43642
10/24/20102328,076 9,278,161$378,226$167,342,33445
10/31/2010966,114+135% 9,344,275$888,572$168,230,90746
11/7/20101145,931-31% 9,390,206$641,169$168,872,07647
11/28/20106647,572 10,055,002$3,315,569$172,421,22550
12/5/201015157,241-76% 10,212,243$1,435,202$173,856,42751
3/6/20111951,847 10,394,221$563,354$175,635,29364
5/15/20112527,459 10,444,426$264,169$176,157,80574
5/22/20112140,448+47% 10,484,874$383,852$176,541,65775
5/29/20111268,425+69% 10,553,299$649,353$177,191,01076
6/5/20111058,171-15% 10,611,470$552,043$177,743,05377
6/12/2011967,924+17% 10,679,394$474,789$178,217,84278
6/19/20111251,294-24% 10,730,688$370,040$178,587,88279
8/7/20111625,053 10,773,485$250,279$179,064,44186
11/27/20114636,648 11,425,180$4,135,538$183,356,809102
12/11/20111896,373 11,526,566$623,225$184,019,335104

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/20/200911,625,076 1,625,076$26,374,983$26,374,9831
12/27/20092620,524-62% 2,245,600$11,392,814$37,767,7972
1/3/20101249,774-60% 2,495,374$4,386,031$42,153,8283
1/10/2010299,929-60% 2,595,303$1,978,599$44,132,4274
1/17/2010260,297-40% 2,655,600$1,205,339$45,337,7665
1/24/2010451,986-14% 2,707,586$1,039,192$46,376,9586
1/31/2010437,856-27% 2,745,442$756,732$47,133,6907
2/7/20101021,032-44% 2,766,474$420,428$47,554,1188
2/14/2010637,016+76% 2,803,490$738,841$48,292,9599
2/21/20101019,580-47% 2,823,070$390,819$48,683,77810
6/13/20101015,573 2,906,320$239,052$50,128,90226
6/20/20101221,502+38% 2,927,822$325,324$50,454,22627
8/1/2010812,086 2,959,341$186,359$50,994,98933
8/8/20101114,568+21% 2,973,909$189,237$51,184,22634
8/29/2010166,804 2,988,628$98,937$51,387,90337
11/28/20101983,815 3,107,333$891,786$52,730,65550
5/29/20111710,810 3,200,309$162,044$54,190,85176
6/5/2011198,975-17% 3,209,284$134,530$54,325,38177

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