The Heartbreak Kid

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $36,787,257Details
International Box Office $90,981,533
Worldwide Box Office $127,768,790
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $12,922,885 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $12,922,885
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer
  8. Buy

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
29% - Rotten
Audience
37% - Spilled

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: October 5th, 2007 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: December 26th, 2007 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for strong sexual content, crude humor, language, and a scene of drug use involving a minor
Keywords: Romance, Relationships Gone Wrong
Source:Remake
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Radar Pictures, Davis Entertainment, Conundrum Entertainment

DVD Releases for December 30, 2008 - Part I

This week is a mess because we are dealing with DVDs released on the 26th, the 27th, and the 30th. Additionally, we are dealing with the latest two waves of Paramount Blu-rays, so there are a lot of spotlight reviews this week. (Although when it comes to those particular Blu-rays, I have previously reviewed nearly half of them previously, and I have seen more than half of the rest, so it was easy to review.) It was so easy, in fact, I was able to get a couple reviews done in advance, which lead to a record number of spotlight reviews. There are more spotlight reviews this week than the previous four weeks combined. Needless to say, the column had to be split into two, with the second part found here. As for the best of the best, Serenity - Blu-ray easily won the DVD Pick of the Week, while Duckman - Season Three and Four is the DVD Pick of Next Week. Also worth grabbing are Event Horizon on Blu-ray, Ghost Town on either DVD or Blu-ray, Greek - Chapter Two, and The Truman Show on Blu-ray More...

DVD Releases for December 16, 2008

This week is a confusing one on the home market as there are DVDs coming out on Tuesday the 16th, as usual, and on Friday the 19th, and Sunday the 21st as well. While there are a number of great releases that are spread out over three days, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is the best on any day, and worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

DVD Rentals - Traffic Jam at the Top

For most of the year, it was hard to find a single rental to earn $10 million during the week. This week we have four such films. This includes the 'new release' of Rush Hour 3, which actually came out on Sunday and appeared on last week's list as well. This week it pulled in $11.85 million in rentals for a total of $18.20 million so far. More...

DVD Sales - Simpsons Secure Second Win

Since most new releases were released on Sunday, it comes as no real surprise that The Simpsons Movie remained in first place on this week's DVD sales chart. This time around, the film sold 1.05 million units for a two-week total of 3.81 million units while it generated $16.84 million in revenue for a total of $64.98 million. This is a very good start, but lower than expected after its phenomenal theatrical debut. More...

DVD Rentals - No New Release can Top Ultimate

There were 12 new releases to chart this week, including 6 in the top ten alone; however, The Bourne Ultimatum remained in first place with $12.76 million in rentals for the week and $28.20 million in total. More...

DVD Releases for December 26, 2007

This week's a mess when it comes to DVD releases. Since Christmas lands on a Tuesday and no stores are open that day, the regular releases are coming out on Wednesday. However, several releases are hitting shelves on Sunday as a last minute Christmas gift, some of which I mentioned last week. Because of this, this is literally the weakest week I've seen in a long time, perhaps since I've been doing this job. It did give me a chance to catch up on a couple of DVDs that arrived late, and there is one DVD on this week's list worthy of a DVD Pick of the Week. The best of the bunch is Pan's Labyrinth and I would have to give the Blu-Ray the nod for DVD Pick of the Week. More...

2007 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part IV

For many people reading this, it is December 24th. Christmas Eve. If you haven't got all of your Christmas shopping done, may I offer a word of advice... AAAAHHHHHHHHHH! But don't worry, you are not along. December 24th is the busiest shopping day of the year. Granted, a lot of it is people buying food for the next day, but at least a few people are looking for last minute gifts. This week we are looking at the... well... anything. Anything that pops into my head that I think would make a good gift. And there are some that might not, but we are getting into desperation time. More...

International Details - No Heartbreak for the Kid

The Heartbreak Kid slipped a spot to sixth with $5.04 million on 2029 screens in 46 markets for a total of $79.44 million internationally, which is more than twice what it earned domestically. This includes France where it pulled in $1.10 million on 320 screens while lifting its running tally to $3.37 million in that market. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf Continues its Carnage

Beowulf had its last major push into the international marketplace this past weekend and that helped it stay in first place with $19.06 million on 6229 screens in 56 markets for a total of $74.07 million. This includes a first place opening in Australia with $1.96 million on 269 screens, a third place, $1.81 million opening on 268 screens in Japan and first place, $1.11 million opening in 273 screens in Brazil. It's best holdover was Russia where it slipped to second while adding $1.83 million on 502 screens for a total of $6.99 million. At this point, $100 million internationally should not be an issue, but that's still not enough to be considered a financial boon. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf Conquers More Markets

Beowulf opened in 23 more markets this past weekend, finishing in first place in 20 of them. This helped the film repeat as champion on the international box office with $25.40 million on 5433 screens in 44 markets for a total of $48.53 million. This includes number one debuts in Russia, ($4.13 million on 502 screens), and Mexico, ($1.93 million on 512 screens). However, it had to settle for second place in Spain, ($3.12 million on 450 screens), and fourth in France, ($1.88 million on 481). As for holdovers, no major openings let the film remain in second place in the U.K. with $3.03 million on 487 screens over the weekend and $9.35 million in total. On the other hand, it fell from first to fourth in South Korea with $1.36 million on 304 screens over the weekend and $6.13 million in total. The film is rapidly running out of major markets to open in, and it has made roughly half of the film's total costs worldwide so far. I think if the film fails to recoup its costs, it will be the fault of the technology, as it hasn't advanced enough to completely replace live actors without falling into the uncanny valley. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf is the Leader of the Pack

Beowulf was able to come out on top on the international charts just as it did domestically, but it was by a lot closer margin of victory. During its first weekend of release, the film pulled in $17.41 million on 2432 screens in 13 markets, including a first place debut in South Korea where it earned $2.91 million on 365 screens over the weekend and $3.92 million in total. Beowulf opened in other major markets but had to settle for second in the U.K. with $4.51 million on 485 screens, and in Germany with $2.12 million on 698 screens while it could do no better than third place in Italy with $2.09 million on 368. Like its domestic debut, these results could be described as disappointing when placed next to its $150 million production budget. More...

International Top Five - Bollywood Blowout

For the first time in a while we have a Hollywood film releases day-and-date internationally in more than 40 markets, so it comes as a huge surprise that the number one film this weekend is Om Shanti Om. It is true that Bollywood films have been performing better as of late and the overall market is typically slow during the fall, but earning $18.17 million on 1,048 screens in 17 markets is still a fantastic start by any measure. Most of that figure came from India, but unfortunately that market generally doesn't release final numbers till much later in the week, if not the following week. We have read reports of record openings on the vast majority of the 600 screens it opened on in its native market, and expectations are for strong legs there. Meanwhile, the film placed seventh in the U.K. with $1.07 million on just 52 screens for a per screen average of over $20,000. More...

International Top Five - Ratatouille\'s a Five Star International Release

For the fifth week in a row, Ratatouille led the way on the international charts as it pulled in $15.65 million on 3732 screens in 30 markets for a total of $375.08 million. The film is still number one in the U.K. with $3.22 million on 498 screens and in Italy with $3.15 million on 536 screens. However, its best market of the weekend was Germany where it added $3.84 million on 835 screens scoring second place in the process. The film now has $42.19 million in Germany, $40.89 million in the U.K., and $20.37 million in Italy, which is impressive but well back of France where the animated feature has earned $66.05 million after three months of release. Even with no further markets to open in, Ratatouille will have no problem becoming just the third Pixar film to earn $600 million worldwide and the sixth such hit this year. More...

International Details - Orphans Still Strong

The Orphanage may have fallen out of the top five internationally, but it remained the top draw in Spain with $4.11 million on 373 screens over the weekend for a three-week total of $20.78 million. This is more than Ratatouille has earned in that market after three months of release and equivalent to $200 to $300 million here. It won't make $200 to $300 million here, in fact, it might not make $20 million here. It all depends on how well it does with critics and award committees. More...

International Details - Superbad Neither Super Nor Bad

Superbad climbed into sixth place with $4.26 million on 1836 screens in 27 markets for a total of $31.79 million. Most of that growth came from Spain where the film debuted in second place with $2.24 million on 350 screens while it also opened in Brazil with $511,000 on 192 screens. The film doesn't have many major markets left to open in, but it has already earned more than most comparable films do during their entire run. More...

Contest - These Prizes are Cherry

The first massive movie of the month, and it opens during the final weekend of the month. That film is Saw IV and it is the target film for our latest box office prediction contest. To win one must simply predict the box office opening for Saw IV. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of the soundtrack for The Heartbreak Kid. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of MacBeth on DVD. Finally, whichever of those two winners comes the absolute closest will win a Cherry action figure from Grindhouse. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

International Top Five - Second Helping for Ratatouille

Ratatouille remained in top spot with $21.07 million on 3721 screens in 39 markets for a total of $271.85 million. This includes a dominating first place, $9.08 million opening on 503 screens in the U.K. This was nearly twice as much as Cars debuted with in that market, but only half as much as The Incredibles. Meanwhile in Germany, the film was down 45% to $6.46 million for the weekend and $20.40 million in total. This is already more than Cars made in total in that market and is about a week away from also topping The Incredibles final figure of $24.22 million. Its best market is still France where it has made $64.76 million, just a hair below the $64.78 million Finding Nemo made in that market meaning Ratatouille has already become the all-time highest grossing Pixar movie in France. More...

Why Do We Underestimate Tyler Perry?

October is turning into a nightmare at the box office as all but one new release failed to reach modest expectations. The overall box office did take in $100 million, which was a health 19% increase from the last week. However, that was still 10% lower than the same weekend last year. 2007 is still up 7% from last year, but the fall season is down 5% and if things don't turn around, and soon, it could cast a gloom on the important holiday box office market. More...

International Details - Heartbreak for the Kid

The Heartbreak Kid missed the top five by less than $20,000 over the weekend earning $5.74 million on 819 screens in 4 markets during its opening weekend on the international charts. This includes openings in to major markets including the U.K. where it opened in first place with $2.52 million on 409 screens, but this was still a disappointing debut, much like it was domestically. Conversely, the film opened in second place in Russia with $2.31 million on 360 screens, but this is a much better performance compared to the overall box office size of the marketplace. More...

Who Will Own the Weekend?

September continues. At least it feels that way at the box office. No one film seems destined for box office glory. For that matter, no film is opening in 2,500 or more theaters, although one film, Michael Clayton is expanding that wide. Without one powerhouse film, there's a wide-open race for first place with three films in the running. At least that should keep people interested in the numbers. More...

September-Like Numbers at the Box Office

September was predictable almost to the point of boredom. However, October got off to a rather shocking, near record-breaking start. Granted, these weren't records that studios want to break, with the overall box office fell 7% from last weekend to just $84 million. Worse yet, that was 24% lower than the same weekend last year. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 30 - October 6, 2007

We are starting to get full websites for some of the massive holiday season releases, which should mean there will be at least one award worthy website on each week's list. As for this week, there were a few that have potential assuming the sections marked coming soon live up to the rest of the site. But just one site, The Seeker: The Dark is Rising - Official Site, that was worthy of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Heartbreak at the Box Office

September may be over, but the box office isn't exactly heating up. There are three wide releases this week (or two, depending on your definition of wide), but only one has a shot at any real box office success. And even that is rather subdued given the film's pedigree. I don't expect things to be significantly different next weekend, or the weekend after that. In fact, the next true hit doesn't come till November. More...

2007 Preview: October

October means one thing: Free candy. ... Oh yeah, and the unofficial start of Award Season. And Halloween brings us a few horror films as well. Unfortunately, this year October is rather weak, with no film looking like a strong contender for $100 million and most of the films with early Oscar buzz having performed poorly with the critics. The only good news is last October was also weak at the box office, meaning there's at least a reasonable shot at 2007 maintaining its box office lead over 2006. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 9 - September 15, 2007

A stronger week for website than we've seen in a few weeks, including the launch of a potential fall blockbuster. However, that site is mostly marked coming soon allowing Elizabeth - The Golden Age - Official Site to take the Weekly Website Award this week. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 5 - August 11, 2007

Another good week for movie sites with a few sites that either won in the past or could win in the future. This includes this weeks winner, The Brothers Solomon - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 27 - June 2, 2007

A busy week for new sites with roughly a dozen making their first appearance on this week's list. However, it was a site making its last appearance, Knocked Up - Official Site, that was judged best-of-the-best. More...

Cast

Ben Stiller    Eddie
Michelle Monaghan    Miranda
Malin Ackerman    Lila
Jerry Stiller    Doc
Rob Corddry    Mac
Carlos Mencia    Tito
Danny McBride    Martin
Stephanie Courtney    Gayla
Polly Holliday    Beryl
Roy Jenkins    Buzz
Amy Sloan    Deborah
Johnny Sneed    Cal
Jerry Sherman    Grandpa Anderson
Lauren Bowles    Tammy
Nicholas Kromka    12 Year Old Twin
Michael Kromka    12 Year Old Twin
Docky Docky    Shot Glass Couple
Mariann Neary    Shot Glass Couple
Mishon Ratliff    Baseball Kid
Kayla Kleevage    Busty Woman in Hot Tub
Kathy Lamkin    Lila's Mom
Gabriel Torres    Cantina Kid
Natalie Carter (Actress)    10 Year Old Girl
Sean Gildea    Truck Driver
Dan Geraci    Twin's Father
Luis Accinelli    Manuel
Ali Hillis    Jodi the Bride
Joel Bryant    Michael the Groom
Dean Norris    Jodi's Father
Leslie Easterbrook    Jodi's Mom
Kevin Flynn    Flamboyant Man
Gary Riotto    Wedding Coordinator
Mitch Rouse    Bicycle Mugger
Ernest M. Garcia    Cantina Reveler
Gloria Sandoval    Cantina Reveler
Jerry Castellano    Cantina Reveler
Alfonso Castro    Cantina Reveler
Eva Longoria    Consuela
Fred Herrera    Mariachi Band
Felipe de la Rosa    Mariachi Band
Anselmo Rivera    Mariachi Band
Arnold Barrera    Mariachi Band
Kaulana Kanekoa    Kanekoa Band
Brett Nelson    Kanekoa Band
Shawn Michael    Kanekoa Band
Vince Esquire    Kanekoa Band
E.E. Bell    Tourist Dad
Lorna Scott    Tourist Mom
Sergio Ruiz    Tourist Son
Miranda May    Tourist Daughter
Brett Oakley    Justice of the Peace
Jared Frazer    Cosmopolitan Bartender
Elena Iguina    River Crossing Mother
Manuel Parada    El Mojado
Alexis DeMangelaere    Donkey Woman
Peter Quintanilla    Rat Boy
Imelda Flores    Ticket Sales Woman
Sandra R. Kisling    Ticket Sales Woman
Jackie Flynn    Beach Shack Customer
Timothy Sheehan    Beach Shack Customer
Julie Mandel    Beach Shack Customer
Gerard Facchini    Philthee Lopez
Jack Bonoli    Bobby Doyle
Kocsis Family    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Tom Whitkin    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Kevin Civale    Jodi's Wedding Guest
John Mulcahy    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Gatof Family    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Richardson Family    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Ellie Abbott    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Sarah Pelson    Jodi's Wedding Guest
Apple Kocsis    Kid at Wedding Table
Lucy Thomas    Kid at Wedding Table
Finn Gesner    Kid at Wedding Table
Tess Gatof    Kid at Wedding Table
Teddy Richardson    Kid at Wedding Table
Megan Pelson    Kid at Wedding Table
Connie Bishop    Valentine's Day Cafe Patron
Jay Hoey    Valentine's Day Cafe Patron
Jennifer Conforti    Bay City Sports Patron
Kevin O'Malley    Bay City Sports Patron
Christian Lalonde    Bay City Sports Patron
Stacey Seitsinger    Bay City Sports Patron
Mannel Family    Bay City Sports Patron
Melissa Gourgoumis    Bay City Sports Patron
Arnold Stiller    Pie Diner
Berk Nelson    Pie Diner
Julie Polkinghorn    Mac's Barbecue Guest
Gina Beretta    Mac's Barbecue Guest
Mira Sconzo    Eddie & Lila's Wedding
Denis Roy    Eddie & Lila's Wedding
Michael Burke    Eddie & Lila's Wedding
Garrett Family    Eddie & Lila's Wedding
Gordy Robinson    Coco's Diner
Kathy Robinson    Coco's Diner
Seth Katz    Coco's Diner
Heather Thau    Coco's Diner
Pappy Pappy    Coco's Diner
Mae Laborde    Cute Elderly Couple Diner
Guenther Hevers    Cute Elderly Couple Diner
Serena Poon    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Bob Gaudet    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Nicole Deshaies    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Ricky Coleman    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Chase Family    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Higgins Family    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Ina Boyd    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Keets Boyd    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Fran O'Brien    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Mary Swink    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Jane Rollo    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Mike Rollo    Esperanza Hotel Check In
Zack Whitford    Porn Stud
Mark Curran    Esperanza Hotel Beachgoer
Gayle Mone    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Ruthy Meyer    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Billy Meyer    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Dante Jimenez    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
George Bedard    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Mike Cheney    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Frankie Labriola    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Rocky Bothello    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Terry Moran    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Trader Fred Mascolo    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Sean Hickey    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Hal Olofsson Sr.    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Heather Molly    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Nicol Paone    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Nicole Schellinger    Esperanza Hotel Bar Patron
Kate Cesario    Mexican Town Ferris Wheel
Jimmy Shay    Donkey Fluffer
Adam Smith    Manuel's Cantina
C.B. Tuite    Manuel's Cantina
Bob Kocsis    Cantina Kid
Kathy Jay    Safari Truck Passenger
Woody Jay    Safari Truck Passenger
Matt Messina    Safari Truck Passenger
Tod Griswold    Safari Truck Driver
Jimmy Moses    Esperanza Hearthrob Waiter
Elizabeth Lubbers    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Susan Lubbers    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Griff Baker    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Diane Wilson    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Scott Wilson    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Jaimie Weinstein    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Terry Mullany    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Chris Suozzi    Esperanza Lunch Patron
John Francis Flahive    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Timothy D. Nelson    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Chris O'Mara    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Cheryl Hayden    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Cheryl Grosso    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Mary Murphy    Esperanza Lunch Patron
Kyle Nagel    Crossing The Border "Minutemen"
Mark Prochilo    Crossing The Border "Minutemen"
Bob Katz    Crossing The Border "Minutemen"
Stephen Balter    Crossing The Border "Minutemen"
Miranda Lisette Carvalho    Border Crossing River Babe
Steven Castillo III    Little Dancer Boy At Train
Bryan Dilbeck    Train Hobo Tough Guy
Charlie Thomas    Cabo Surf Shopper
Colin Browne    Cabo Surf Shopper
Ben Sarrasin    Cabo Surf Shopper
Jonathan Croft    Cabo Surf Shopper
Katie Francisconi    Cabo Surf Shopper
Joe Burkett    Camp Counselor

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Bobby Farrelly
Director    Peter Farrelly
Screenwriter    Scott Armstrong
Screenwriter    Leslie Dixon
Screenwriter    Bobby Farrelly
Screenwriter    Peter Farrelly
Screenwriter    Kevin Barnett
Story Creator    Bruce Jay Friedman
Based on the Screenplay    Neil Simon
Producer    Ted Field
Producer    Bradley Thomas
Executive Producer    Marc S. Fischer
Executive Producer    John Davis
Executive Producer    Joe Rosenberg
Director of Photography    Matthew F. Leonetti
Production Designer    Sidney Bartholomew
Editor    Alan Baumgarten
Editor    Sam Seig
Costume Designer    Louise Mingenbach
Co-Producer    Tony Lord
Co-Producer    Matthew Weaver
Composer    Brendan Ryan
Composer    Bill Ryan
Associate Producer    Hal Olofsson
Associate Producer    Matthew Aufdenspring
Associate Producer    Ellen Dumouchel
Assistant Director    Hal Olofsson
Assistant Director    Jose Abel Jimenez
Second Unit Director    J.B. Rogers
Unit Production Manager    Marc S. Fischer
Unit Production Manager    Arturo Del Rio
Production Supervisor    Eric Hedayat
Production Supervisor    Ricardo Del Rio
Production Supervisor    Heidi Anna Erl
Production Designer    Jay Vetter
Set Decorator    Cindy Carr
Second Unit Camera    Hugo Cortina
Additional Costume Designer (Helicopter)    Phil Pastuhov
Costume Supervisor    Lucinda Campbell
Costume Supervisor    Judy Feil
Sound Mixer    Steve Cantamessa
Re-recording Mixer    Jon Taylor
Re-recording Mixer    Christian P. Minkler
Supervising Sound Editor    Andrew DeCristofaro
Sound Effects Editor    Michael Payne
Sound Effects Editor    Steven F. Nelson
Sound Effects Editor    Jon Title
Sound Effects Editor    Bruce Tanis
Sound Effects Editor    Stephen P. Robinson
Sound Effects Editor    David Esparza
Dialogue Editor    Nancy Nugent Title
Dialogue Editor    Michelle Pazer
Dialogue Editor    John C. Stuver
Dialogue Editor    Laura H. Atkinson
Dialogue Editor    David Williams
Music Editor    Fernand Bos
Make up    Janeen Schreyer
Hairstylist    Bunny Parker
Designer    Tony Gardner
Music Supervisor    Tom Wolfe
Music Supervisor    Manish Raval
Casting Director    Rick Montgomery
Casting Director    Joseph Middleton
Stunt Coordinator    Tierre Turner

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/05 1 $4,675,669   3,229 $1,448   $4,675,669 1
2007/10/06 2 $5,516,567 +18% 3,229 $1,708   $10,192,236 2
2007/10/07 2 $3,829,869 -31% 3,229 $1,186   $14,022,105 3
2007/10/08 2 $1,582,946 -59% 3,229 $490   $15,605,051 4
2007/10/09 1 $1,091,440 -31% 3,229 $338   $16,696,491 5
2007/10/10 1 $966,063 -11% 3,229 $299   $17,662,554 6
2007/10/11 1 $913,006 -5% 3,229 $283   $18,575,560 7
2007/10/12 5 $2,289,299 +151% 3,233 $708   $20,864,859 8
2007/10/13 5 $3,151,436 +38% 3,233 $975   $24,016,295 9
2007/10/14 5 $1,839,715 -42% 3,233 $569   $25,856,010 10
2007/10/15 4 $575,123 -69% 3,233 $178   $26,431,133 11
2007/10/16 4 $618,114 +7% 3,233 $191   $27,049,247 12
2007/10/17 4 $592,052 -4% 3,233 $183   $27,641,299 13
2007/10/18 5 $569,461 -4% 3,233 $176   $28,210,760 14
2007/10/19 10 $1,259,938 +121% 2,782 $453   $29,470,698 15
2007/10/20 10 $1,626,154 +29% 2,782 $585   $31,096,852 16
2007/10/21 10 $928,544 -43% 2,782 $334   $32,025,396 17
2007/10/22 9 $321,453 -65% 2,782 $116   $32,346,849 18
2007/10/23 8 $364,937 +14% 2,782 $131   $32,711,786 19
2007/10/24 8 $332,507 -9% 2,782 $120   $33,044,293 20
2007/10/25 8 $326,124 -2% 2,782 $117   $33,370,417 21
2007/10/26 - $551,667 +69% 2,003 $275   $33,922,084 22
2007/10/27 - $751,893 +36% 2,003 $375   $34,673,977 23
2007/10/28 - $465,160 -38% 2,003 $232   $35,139,137 24
2007/10/29 14 $151,645 -67% 2,003 $76   $35,290,782 25
2007/10/30 14 $151,904 n/c 2,003 $76   $35,442,686 26
2007/10/31 14 $143,625 -5% 2,003 $72   $35,586,311 27
2007/11/01 13 $170,690 +19% 2,003 $85   $35,757,001 28
2007/11/02 - $138,484 -19% 631 $219   $35,895,485 29
2007/11/03 - $200,258 +45% 631 $317   $36,095,743 30
2007/11/04 - $102,824 -49% 631 $163   $36,198,567 31
2007/11/05 - $34,557 -66% 631 $55   $36,233,124 32
2007/11/06 - $38,006 +10% 631 $60   $36,271,130 33
2007/11/07 - $36,033 -5% 631 $57   $36,307,163 34
2007/11/08 - $39,054 +8% 631 $62   $36,346,217 35
2007/11/09 - $38,265 -2% 191 $200   $36,384,482 36
2007/11/10 - $55,841 +46% 191 $292   $36,440,323 37
2007/11/11 - $44,056 -21% 191 $231   $36,484,379 38
2007/11/12 - $19,825 -55% 191 $104   $36,504,204 39
2007/11/13 - $12,115 -39% 191 $63   $36,516,319 40
2007/11/14 15 $12,458 +3% 191 $65   $0 41
2007/11/15 - $11,884 -5% 191 $62   $36,540,661 42
2007/11/16 - $14,653 +23% 84 $174   $36,555,314 43
2007/11/17 - $21,534 +47% 84 $256   $36,576,848 44
2007/11/18 - $13,371 -38% 84 $159   $36,590,219 45
2007/11/19 - $4,435 -67% 84 $53   $36,594,654 46
2007/11/20 - $5,658 +28% 84 $67   $36,600,312 47
2007/11/21 - $10,743 +90% 189 $57   $36,611,055 48
2007/11/22 - $11,380 +6% 189 $60   $36,622,435 49
2007/11/23 - $27,813 +144% 189 $147   $36,650,248 50
2007/11/24 - $32,167 +16% 189 $170   $36,682,415 51
2007/11/25 - $19,233 -40% 189 $102   $36,701,648 52
2007/11/26 - $6,526 -66% 189 $35   $36,708,174 53
2007/11/27 - $7,505 +15% 189 $40   $36,715,679 54
2007/11/28 - $6,990 -7% 189 $37   $36,722,669 55
2007/11/29 - $6,879 -2% 189 $36   $36,729,548 56
2007/11/30 - $12,390 +80% 129 $96   $36,741,938 57
2007/12/01 - $18,249 +47% 129 $141   $36,760,187 58
2007/12/02 - $11,156 -39% 129 $86   $36,771,343 59
2007/12/03 - $3,538 -68% 129 $27   $36,774,881 60
2007/12/04 - $4,026 +14% 129 $31   $36,778,907 61
2007/12/05 - $4,130 +3% 129 $32   $36,783,037 62
2007/12/06 - $4,220 +2% 129 $33   $36,787,257 63

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/05 2 $14,022,105   3,229 $4,343   $14,022,105 3
2007/10/12 5 $7,280,450 -48% 3,233 $2,252   $25,856,010 10
2007/10/19 10 $3,814,636 -48% 2,782 $1,371   $32,025,396 17
2007/10/26 12 $1,768,720 -54% 2,003 $883   $35,139,137 24
2007/11/02 22 $441,566 -75% 631 $700   $36,198,567 31
2007/11/09 35 $138,162 -69% 191 $723   $36,484,379 38
2007/11/16 42 $49,558 -64% 84 $590   $36,590,219 45
2007/11/23 37 $79,213 +60% 189 $419   $36,701,648 52
2007/11/30 41 $41,795 -47% 129 $324   $36,771,343 59

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/30/200727201,118 201,118$3,014,759$3,014,7591
1/6/200813112,680-44% 313,798$2,409,098$5,423,8572
1/13/20083056,059-50% 369,857$1,166,588$6,590,4453

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