Happy Feet Two

Happy Feet Two poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $64,006,466Details
International Box Office $93,950,000
Worldwide Box Office $157,956,466
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $19,813,600 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $6,090,200 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $25,903,800
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Synopsis

Mumble, The Master of Tap, has a problem because his tiny son, Erik, is choreo-phobic. Reluctant to dance, Erik runs away and encounters The Mighty Sven - a penguin who can fly! Mumble has no hope of competing with this charismatic new role model. But things get worse when the world is shaken by powerful forces. Erik learns of his father's guts and grit as Mumble brings together the penguin nations and all manner of fabulous creatures - from tiny Krill to giant Elephant Seals - to put things right.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
46% - Rotten
Audience
61% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$135,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 18th, 2011 (IMAX) by Warner Bros., released as Happy Feet 2
November 18th, 2011 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: March 13th, 2012 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for some rude humor and mild peril.
(Rating bulletin 2195, 10/26/2011)
Franchise: Happy Feet
Keywords: Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Environment, Coming of Age, Dancing, 3-D, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: VR Mumble 2 Productions Pty Ltd.

DVD Sales: Muppets Show How it's Done

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart earning the top three spots and five of the top ten. Leading the way was The Muppets with 884,000 units / $15.05 million. This is a little weaker than I would like, but perhaps it performed better on Blu-ray. I'm not overly optimistic, because live action kids movies tend to struggle on high definition. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Tintin Finds First Spot

The Adventures of Tintin led all new releases and took top spot on the Blu-ray sales chart. It sold 504,000 units and generated $11.09 million in opening week sales. This represents an opening Blu-ray share of very nearly 50%, which is an excellent start for a kids film. More...

DVD Sales: Happy Feet's Debut Puts a Smile on Your Face

Like last week, new releases dominated the DVD sales chart this week with three new releases topping the chart. The best of the best was Happy Feet Two with 896,000 units / $13.43 million during its first week on the home market. The film struggled at the box office, so this start on the home market is better than expected. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 13th, 2012

There are two themes this week. The first is Awards Season. There are no fewer than half a dozen Award Season players on this week's list, although one was a late review. Speaking of late reviews, that's the other theme on this week's list, as there are no fewer than eight releases on this week's list where I'm waiting for the screener to arrive. (This includes Wizards which arrived on Monday; however, screeners need to arrive by Friday if I'm to get the review done on time.) Unfortunately, there's a lot of crossover among these two groups and a few Pick of the Week candidates are late. For instance, My Week with Marilyn and Melancholia fit into both groups. Other screeners I'm waiting for that could be Pick of the Week are Wallace & Gromit: World of Invention and the aforementioned Wizards: 35th Anniversary Blu-ray, while The Guild: Season Five was up for that honor as well. However, in the end I went with The Descendants on Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

International Box Office: Puss Boots Twilight out of Top Spot

For the first time in four weeks, we had a new number one film on the international chart, as Puss In Boots continued its climb reaching top spot. It expanded into 16 additional markets, including a handful of major ones. This propelled it into first place with $47.06 million on 6,749 screens in 40 markets for a total of $143.72 million, which is just over what it has made domestically. The film's biggest debuted was Germany, where it earned top spot with $6.88 million on 680 screens, including previews. It was even more impressive in Brazil with $5.56 million on 738 screens, also including previews. Brazil is more of an emerging market than a major market, so the fact that it generated more revenue than its openings in either Australia ($4.03 million on 507 screens, including previews) or in the U.K. ($3.07 million on 510) is quite stunning. With debuts in Italy, Japan, and other markets ahead of it, not to mention the Christmas holiday, it could double what it currently has internationally, which would lift its worldwide total over $400 million. More...

International Box Office: Twilight Leaps Past Major Milestone

For the third weekend in a row, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 earned top spot on the international chart, this time with $40.2 million on 9,000 screens in 73 markets. It now has totals of $341 million internationally and $588 million worldwide. Its biggest opening of the weekend came from South Korea, where it made $3.22 million on 706 screens for a total opening of $5.12 million. Its biggest running tally comes from the U.K. where it has made $42.76 million, including $2.61 million on 523 screens this past weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Box Office was Left Starving

Well that was depressing. No one was expecting a huge boom at the box office this weekend, but the overall results were even weaker than expected. In fact, at just $81 million it was the worst weekend of the entire year. Needless to say, the box office was down on a week-to-week basis plummeting 51%. Year-over-year there were also declines, albeit by a softer margin of 6%. Year-to-date, 2011 has pulled in $9.47 billion and it is now 4% behind last year's pace. There's almost no chance to close the gap in just four weeks and the only hope we have is to build momentum over the next four weeks, so that 2012 doesn't continue the year-over-year declines we've been suffering through for most of 2011. More...

Weekend Predictions: Leftovers are Getting Cold

There are no wide releases opening this week, but that doesn't mean there definitely won't be a change at the top of the box office. The Fangirl Factor for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 will likely eat away at its box office much more than the three family films, and this could leave The Muppets on top over the weekend. This is what happened last year with Tangled. Unfortunately for this year, Tangled started out much better and even if The Muppets holds on better as a percentage of its opening, that likely won't be enough to for the total box office to earn a win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Competition Can't Touch Twilight

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 remained in top spot on the international chart with $76 million on 10,500 screens in 68 markets for a total of $268 million internationally and $489 million worldwide. It has already topped the first film in the franchise and by the end it should improve upon the franchise's international average. Its best new market was Germany, at $10.89 million on 789 screens over the weekend, for a total opening of $13.70 million. Meanwhile, its best holdover was the U.K., where it added $7.11 million on 546 screens to its two-week total, which sits at $36.24 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: A Thankless Way to End the Month

November ended the same way it began, on a losing note. Of the three wide releases, only The Muppets really made an impact at the box office. Hugo was able to top expectations and it was the only film in the top five to do so, but it was also the smallest of the three new releases in the top five. This meant the overall box office was down 26% from last weekend to $164 million. That was behind last year's haul by 9% leaving 2011 further behind last year's pace. At the moment, the gap is close to 4% at $9.35 billion to $9.71 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Three Reasons to Give Thanks

It's the Thanksgiving long weekend and that means families should be flooding theaters. Fortunately, there's plenty of choices, as there are three family films opening tonight: The Muppets, Arthur Chrstmas, and Hugo. Unfortunately, this direct competition will likely mean one or two of them won't be able to match their box office potential and the studio will end up disappointed. Also, it will be nearly impossible for any of them to top The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 over the weekend. This weekend last year, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 was the number one film, but Tangled came very, very close to overtaking it as both films came within $2 million of $50 million. I don't think any film will do that well this year, so we will likely see a sharp decline on the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dawn Breaks, But There are Storm Clouds Ahead

Normally the breaking of the dawn is a sign of hope, and normally a film opening with close to $140 million is a reason to celebrate. However, despite the success of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, there are some troubling signs ahead. If we can focus on the positive for a bit, the film did help the overall box office rocket up 63% from last weekend to $222 million, which was 14% higher than the same weekend last year. That's not enough to suggest 2011 will catch up to 2010 by the end of the year. We are still 3.5% behind last year's pace at $9.09 billion to $9.42 billion and we are rapidly running out of time. Plus there are worse signs ahead. More...

Weekend Estimates: Breaking Dawn Posts Fifth-Biggest Opening Weekend

Twilight-mania continues this weekend at the box office, as The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 is set to post a $139.5 million opening, according to Summit's Sunday estimate. That will be the fifth-biggest weekend in history, just behind The Twilight Saga: New Moon, which remains the best in the franchise with a $142.8 million debut, which was also posted the weekend before Thanksgiving, in 2009. Breaking Dawn's Friday performance of $72 million is the third-best day in history, also just a fraction behind New Moon's first day. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II continues to hold the records for biggest weekend and day. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Breaking Dawn Break Records?

2011 got some much needed good news last weekend, as the overall box office topped expectations and we saw year-over-year growth. The industry sure hopes we can continue that winning trend this week. There are some reasons to be optimistic, even though this weekend last year saw the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, which made just over $125 million during its opening weekend. Most analysts think The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 will top that figure with relative ease. Additionally, Happy Feet 2 looks like it will be a very solid counter-programming release and, on the high end, the top two films could make more this weekend than the entire box office made last year. It's probably too late for 2011 to catch up with 2010, but every victory is still worth celebrating. More...

2011 Preview: November

October was a bit of a write-off. After the last weekend of September, the 2011 box office was about $280 million behind 2010's pace, but after the final weekend in October, that gap increased to $340 million. November will obviously bring in more box office dollars than October did. After all, it has one of the most important long holiday weekends of the year, Thanksgiving. However, the important question is not, "Can this November top last month?" It's, "Can this November top last year?" The biggest hit of last November was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I, which earned just shy of $300 million. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 should match that figure. Tangled reached $200 million and maybe Happy Feet 2 will match that figure, but that's far less certain. There's a chance The Muppets will match Megamind while Tower Heist should top Due Date. If Jack and Jill and / or Hugo can become surprise $100 million hits and one of the limited releases can become a monster hit, like The King's Speech was able to, then suddenly the box office looks whole lot rosier going into the final month of the year. It's possible, but it's kind of like getting a backdoor full house in Texas Hold'em to beat a straight. I wouldn't bet on it. On the other hand, there doesn't appear to be many Skyline, The Next Three Days or Faster films that bombed at the box office. So while we might not be as strong at the top, there is better depth this year and hopefully that will be enough. More...

Cast

Elijah Wood    Mumble
Robin Williams    Ramon/Lovelace
Hank Azaria    The Mighty Sven
Alecia Moore    Pink
Brad Pitt    Will the Krill
Matt Damon    Bill the Krill
Sofia Vergara    Carmen
Hugo Weaving    Noah the Elder
Richard Carter    Bryan the Beachmaster
Common    Seymour
Magda Szubanski    Miss Viola
Anthony LaPaglia    The Alpha Skua
Carlos Alazraqui    Nester
Lombardo Boyar    Rauj
Jeffrey Garcia    Rinaldo
Johnny Sanchez    Lombardo
Ava Acres    Erik
Benjamin 'Lil P-Nut' Flores Jr.    Atticus
Meibh Campbell    Bo
Pink    Alecia Moore
Lee Perry    Wayne the Challenger / Francesco / Eggbert / Leopard Seal
Jai Sloper    Weaner Pup
Oscar Beard    Weaner Pup
Danny Mann    Brokebeak
Eg Daily    Multiple Voices
Gary Eck    Additional Voices
Imogen Trowell    Additional Voices
Jordan Prosser    Additional Voices
David Arnott    Additional Voice
Denise Blasor    Additional Voice
Warren Coleman    Additional Voice
Django Craig    Additional Voice
Rosa Fernandez    Additional Voice
Nicolette Gani    Additional Voice
Nathan Kameya    Additional Voice
Roger Narayan    Additional Voice
Moria Quirk    Additional Voice
Robin Atkin Downes    Additional Voice
Holland Broggie    Additional Voice
Will Collyer    Additional Voice
John DeMita    Additional Voice
Charlie Finn    Additional Voice
Lillian Groag    Additional Voice
Daamen Krall    Additional Voice
Jason Pace    Additional Voice
Michael Ralph    Additional Voice
Nicole Veira    Additional Voice
Sarah Aubrey    Additional Voice
Catherine Cavadini    Additional Voice
Karissa Corday    Additional Voice
Liza De Weerd    Additional Voice
Aaron Fors    Additional Voice
Monica Guzman    Additional Voice
Kal Mansoor    Additional Voice
Harry Pashley    Additional Voice
Noreen Reardon    Additional Voice
Ruth Zalduondo    Additional Voice
Veena Bidasha    Additional Voice
Rob Coleman    Additional Voice
Mason Vale Cotton    Additional Voice
Dashel Eck    Additional Voice
Pat Fraley    Additional Voice
Aaron Hendry    Additional Voice
Ivo Nandi    Additional Voice
Nancy Truman    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director    George Miller
Screenwriter    George Miller
Screenwriter    Gary Eck
Screenwriter    Warren Coleman
Screenwriter    Paul Livingston
Producer    Doug Mitchell
Producer    George Miller
Producer    Bill Miller
Executive Producer    Chris de Faria
Executive Producer    Philip Hearnshaw
Executive Producer    Graham Burke
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Production Designer    David Nelson
Editor    Christian Gazal
Composer    John Powell
Director of Photography    David Peers
Co-Producer    Martin Wood
Co-Director    David Peers
Co-Director    Gary Eck
Production Manager    Stacy Bissell
Production Supervisor    Tracy Lenon
Production Supervisor    Carine Buncsi
Animation Director    Rob Coleman
Visual Effects Supervisor    David Dulac
Additional Editor    Matt Villa
Sound Mixer    Ben Osmo
Re-recording Mixer    Wayne Pashley
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Massey
Re-recording Mixer    Phil Heywood
Re-recording Mixer    Peter Smith
Re-recording Mixer    Peter Purcell
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Fitzgerald
Supervising Sound Editor    Wayne Pashley
Sound Effects Editor    Fabian Sanjurjo
Sound Effects Editor    Rick Lisle
Sound Effects Editor    Damon Mouris
Sound Effects Editor    Damon Candusso
Sound Effects Editor    Andrew Miller
Sound Effects Editor    Nigel Christensen
Sound Effects Editor    David White
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Derryn Pasquill
Dialogue Editor    Danielle Wiessner
Dialogue Editor    Mark Franken
Dialogue Editor    James Martell
Dialogue Editor    Augusta Miller
Dialogue Editor    Sonal Joshi
Dialogue Editor    Annie Breslin
Dialogue Editor    Tony Murtagh
Dialogue Editor    Justine Angus
Music Editor    Tom Carlson
Casting Director    Kristy Carlson
Casting Director    Barbara Harris
Casting Director    Nikki Barrett

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/18 2 $5,850,626   3,606 $1,622   $5,850,626 1
2011/11/19 2 $9,269,640 +58% 3,606 $2,571   $15,120,266 2
2011/11/20 2 $6,116,802 -34% 3,606 $1,696   $21,237,068 3
2011/11/21 2 $1,758,247 -71% 3,606 $488   $22,995,315 4
2011/11/22 2 $2,408,072 +37% 3,606 $668   $25,403,387 5
2011/11/23 3 $2,907,464 +21% 3,606 $806   $28,310,851 6
2011/11/24 4 $2,047,160 -30% 3,606 $568   $30,358,011 7
2011/11/25 3 $5,106,761 +149% 3,611 $1,414   $35,464,772 8
2011/11/26 3 $5,296,295 +4% 3,611 $1,467   $40,761,067 9
2011/11/27 3 $2,994,290 -43% 3,611 $829   $43,755,357 10
2011/11/28 5 $525,140 -82% 3,611 $145   $44,280,497 11
2011/11/29 5 $588,193 +12% 3,611 $163   $44,868,690 12
2011/11/30 6 $447,117 -24% 3,611 $124   $45,315,807 13
2011/12/01 5 $469,369 +5% 3,611 $130   $45,785,176 14
2011/12/02 7 $1,405,142 +199% 3,536 $397   $47,190,318 15
2011/12/03 5 $2,764,383 +97% 3,536 $782   $49,954,701 16
2011/12/04 5 $1,749,865 -37% 3,536 $495   $51,704,566 17
2011/12/05 7 $312,277 -82% 3,536 $88   $52,016,843 18
2011/12/06 7 $402,147 +29% 3,536 $114   $52,418,990 19
2011/12/07 7 $332,087 -17% 3,536 $94   $52,751,077 20
2011/12/08 7 $349,024 +5% 3,536 $99   $53,100,101 21
2011/12/09 9 $845,817 +142% 2,840 $298   $53,945,918 22
2011/12/10 8 $1,746,057 +106% 2,840 $615   $55,691,975 23
2011/12/11 7 $1,098,430 -37% 2,840 $387   $56,790,405 24
2011/12/12 9 $218,178 -80% 2,840 $77   $57,008,583 25
2011/12/13 9 $298,561 +37% 2,840 $105   $57,307,144 26
2011/12/14 9 $258,224 -14% 2,840 $91   $57,565,368 27
2011/12/15 9 $267,176 +3% 2,840 $94   $57,832,544 28
2011/12/16 14 $262,050 -2% 1,780 $147   $58,094,594 29
2011/12/17 13 $451,438 +72% 1,780 $254   $58,546,032 30
2011/12/18 12 $363,841 -19% 1,780 $204   $58,909,873 31
2011/12/19 12 $205,324 -44% 1,780 $115   $59,115,197 32
2011/12/20 12 $253,175 +23% 1,780 $142   $59,368,372 33
2011/12/21 14 $133,151 -47% 760 $175   $59,501,523 34
2011/12/22 15 $131,119 -2% 760 $173   $59,632,642 35
2011/12/23 - $91,998 -30% 535 $172   $59,724,640 36
2011/12/24 - $64,311 -30% 535 $120   $59,788,951 37
2011/12/25 - $63,204 -2% 525 $120   $59,852,155 38
2011/12/26 - $121,686 +93% 525 $232   $59,973,841 39
2011/12/27 - $137,944 +13% 525 $263   $60,111,785 40
2011/12/28 - $146,372 +6% 525 $279   $60,258,157 41
2011/12/29 - $153,008 +5% 525 $291   $60,411,165 42
2011/12/30 - $161,556 +6% 525 $308   $60,572,721 43
2011/12/31 - $119,673 -26% 525 $228   $60,692,394 44
2012/01/01 - $115,774 -3% 525 $221   $60,808,168 45
2012/01/02 - $157,698 +36% 525 $300   $60,965,866 46
2012/01/03 - $63,410 -60% 525 $121   $61,029,276 47
2012/01/04 - $51,239 -19% 525 $98   $61,080,515 48
2012/01/05 - $49,094 -4% 525 $94   $61,129,609 49
2012/01/06 - $59,298 +21% 285 $208   $61,188,907 50
2012/01/07 - $93,468 +58% 285 $328   $61,282,375 51
2012/01/08 - $74,221 -21% 285 $260   $61,356,596 52
2012/01/09 - $13,360 -82% 285 $47   $61,369,956 53
2012/01/10 - $16,234 +22% 285 $57   $61,386,190 54
2012/01/11 - $15,110 -7% 285 $53   $61,401,300 55
2012/01/12 - $12,844 -15% 285 $45   $61,414,144 56
2012/01/13 - $101,726 +692% 365 $279   $61,515,870 57
2012/01/14 - $203,086 +100% 365 $556   $61,718,956 58
2012/01/15 - $179,387 -12% 365 $491   $61,898,343 59
2012/01/16 - $193,097 +8% 365 $529   $62,091,440 60
2012/01/17 - $30,896 -84% 365 $85   $62,122,336 61
2012/01/18 - $24,099 -22% 365 $66   $62,146,435 62
2012/01/19 - $23,618 -2% 365 $65   $62,170,053 63
2012/01/20 - $94,332 +299% 331 $285   $62,264,385 64
2012/01/21 - $205,526 +118% 331 $621   $62,469,911 65
2012/01/22 - $127,451 -38% 331 $385   $62,597,362 66
2012/01/23 - $26,840 -79% 331 $81   $62,624,202 67
2012/01/24 - $26,098 -3% 331 $79   $62,650,300 68
2012/01/25 - $22,445 -14% 331 $68   $62,672,745 69
2012/01/26 - $24,089 +7% 331 $73   $62,696,834 70
2012/01/27 - $89,148 +270% 309 $289   $62,785,982 71
2012/01/28 - $177,226 +99% 309 $574   $62,963,208 72
2012/01/29 - $125,512 -29% 309 $406   $63,088,720 73
2012/01/30 - $20,593 -84% 309 $67   $63,109,313 74
2012/01/31 - $21,428 +4% 309 $69   $63,130,741 75
2012/02/01 - $18,857 -12% 309 $61   $63,149,598 76
2012/02/02 - $20,165 +7% 309 $65   $63,169,763 77
2012/02/03 - $61,473 +205% 255 $241   $63,231,236 78
2012/02/04 - $136,367 +122% 255 $535   $63,367,603 79
2012/02/05 - $64,885 -52% 255 $254   $63,432,488 80
2012/02/06 - $13,873 -79% 255 $54   $63,446,361 81
2012/02/07 - $15,254 +10% 255 $60   $63,461,615 82
2012/02/08 - $13,577 -11% 255 $53   $63,475,192 83
2012/02/09 - $13,984 +3% 255 $55   $63,489,176 84
2012/02/10 - $35,613 +155% 202 $176   $63,524,789 85
2012/02/11 - $89,086 +150% 202 $441   $63,613,875 86
2012/02/12 - $61,256 -31% 202 $303   $63,675,131 87
2012/02/13 - $12,377 -80% 202 $61   $63,687,508 88
2012/02/14 - $19,099 +54% 202 $95   $63,706,607 89
2012/02/15 - $10,696 -44% 202 $53   $63,717,303 90
2012/02/16 - $11,921 +11% 202 $59   $63,729,224 91
2012/02/17 - $20,286 +70% 135 $150   $63,749,510 92
2012/02/18 - $41,827 +106% 135 $310   $63,791,337 93
2012/02/19 - $35,063 -16% 135 $260   $63,826,400 94
2012/02/20 - $33,238 -5% 135 $246   $63,859,638 95
2012/02/21 - $8,807 -74% 135 $65   $63,868,445 96
2012/02/22 - $6,958 -21% 135 $52   $63,875,403 97
2012/02/23 - $7,306 +5% 135 $54   $63,882,709 98
2012/02/24 - $10,658 +46% 85 $125   $63,893,367 99
2012/02/25 - $23,347 +119% 85 $275   $63,916,714 100
2012/02/26 - $17,656 -24% 85 $208   $63,934,370 101
2012/02/27 - $4,005 -77% 85 $47   $63,938,375 102
2012/02/28 - $3,601 -10% 85 $42   $63,941,976 103
2012/02/29 - $3,079 -14% 85 $36   $63,945,055 104
2012/03/01 - $3,664 +19% 85 $43   $63,948,719 105
2012/03/02 - $7,994 +118% 85 $94   $63,956,713 106
2012/03/03 - $19,561 +145% 85 $230   $63,976,274 107
2012/03/04 - $16,054 -18% 85 $189   $63,992,328 108
2012/03/05 - $3,595 -78% 85 $42   $63,995,923 109
2012/03/06 - $4,183 +16% 85 $49   $64,000,106 110
2012/03/07 - $3,028 -28% 85 $36   $64,003,134 111
2012/03/08 - $3,332 +10% 85 $39   $64,006,466 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/18 2 $21,237,068   3,606 $5,889   $21,237,068 3
2011/11/25 3 $13,397,346 -37% 3,611 $3,710   $43,755,357 10
2011/12/02 5 $5,919,390 -56% 3,536 $1,674   $51,704,566 17
2011/12/09 8 $3,690,304 -38% 2,840 $1,299   $56,790,405 24
2011/12/16 13 $1,077,329 -71% 1,780 $605   $58,909,873 31
2011/12/23 22 $219,513 -80% 535 $410   $59,852,155 38
2011/12/30 22 $397,003 +81% 525 $756   $60,808,168 45
2012/01/06 23 $226,987 -43% 285 $796   $61,356,596 52
2012/01/13 24 $484,199 +113% 365 $1,327   $61,898,343 59
2012/01/20 21 $427,309 -12% 331 $1,291   $62,597,362 66
2012/01/27 26 $391,886 -8% 309 $1,268   $63,088,720 73
2012/02/03 30 $262,725 -33% 255 $1,030   $63,432,488 80
2012/02/10 39 $185,955 -29% 202 $921   $63,675,131 87
2012/02/17 46 $97,176 -48% 135 $720   $63,826,400 94
2012/02/24 54 $51,661 -47% 85 $608   $63,934,370 101
2012/03/02 54 $43,609 -16% 85 $513   $63,992,328 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/18/20121723,367 723,367$10,843,271$10,843,2711
3/25/20124185,236-74% 908,603$2,869,306$13,712,5772
4/1/2012781,761-56% 990,364$1,237,044$14,949,6213
4/8/201210103,913+27% 1,094,277$1,609,612$16,559,2334
4/15/20121539,058-62% 1,133,335$605,008$17,164,2425
4/22/20122032,643-16% 1,165,978$504,334$17,668,5766
4/29/20122425,092-23% 1,191,070$389,177$18,057,7537

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/18/20123110,902 110,902$3,325,951$3,325,9511
3/25/2012936,062-67% 146,964$540,573$3,866,5242
4/1/20121421,266-41% 168,230$531,018$4,397,5423
4/8/20121238,294+80% 206,524$628,404$5,025,9464
4/15/2012189,919-74% 216,443$241,130$5,267,0765

Happy Feet 2 HD Trailer

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