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Horton Hears a Who (2008)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $154,529,439Details
International Box Office $144,948,447
Worldwide Box Office $299,477,886
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $83,943,890 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $260,031 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $84,203,921
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$85,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 14th, 2008 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: December 9th, 2008 by Fox Home Entertainment, released as Horton Hears a Who!
MPAA Rating: G for General Audiences
Running Time: 88 minutes
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Keywords: Talking Animals, Family Movie
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox Animation, Blue Sky Studios
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 25th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 488 $3,662 Aug 29, 2008 171
Biggest 24th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 557 $3,771 Aug 22, 2008 164
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 531 $8,403 Aug 15, 2008 157
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 538 $16,779 Aug 8, 2008 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 597 $20,770 Aug 1, 2008 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 608 $33,380 Jul 25, 2008 136
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 602 $54,939 Jul 18, 2008 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 654 $70,599 Jul 11, 2008 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 779 $72,182 Jul 4, 2008 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 737 $112,623 Jun 27, 2008 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 741 $147,250 Jun 20, 2008 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 741 $188,736 Jun 13, 2008 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 660 $254,418 Jun 6, 2008 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 576 $367,734 May 30, 2008 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 562 $477,822 May 23, 2008 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 816 $411,616 May 16, 2008 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 830 $605,347 May 9, 2008 59
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 254 $150,015,902 May 2, 2008 55
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 638 $1,337,562 May 2, 2008 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 516 $2,486,903 Apr 25, 2008 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 517 $3,511,834 Apr 18, 2008 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 367 $5,920,566 Apr 11, 2008 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 315 $9,115,987 Apr 4, 2008 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 167 $17,740,106 Mar 28, 2008 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 239 $105,099,374 Mar 28, 2008 15
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 237 $24,590,596 Mar 21, 2008 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 258 $52,557,227 Mar 14, 2008 5
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 284 $12,901,768 Mar 16, 2008 3
Biggest March Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 21 $45,012,998 Mar 14, 2008 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 236 $45,012,998 Mar 14, 2008 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 296 $45,012,998 Mar 14, 2008 3
Widest Opening Weekend 90 3,954 Mar 14, 2008 3
Biggest March Day at the Domestic Box Office 37 $18,773,953 Mar 15, 2008 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 244 $18,773,953 Mar 15, 2008 2
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 624 $18,773,953 Mar 15, 2008 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 381 $13,337,277 Mar 14, 2008 1

Cast

   Horton
   The Mayor of Who-Ville
Joey King    Katie
Laura Ortiz    Jessica
Carol Burnett    Sourpuss Jane Kangaroo
Seth Rogen    Morton
Will Arnett    Vlad Vladikoff
Isla Fisher    Dr. Mary Lou Larue
Dan Fogler    Yummo
Amy Poehler    The Mayor's Wife
Jaime Pressly    Mrs. Quilligan
Jonah Hill    Tommy
Charles Osgood    Narrator
Jack Angel    Old Time Who / Additional Voices
Debi Derryberry    Who Mom / Additional Voices
Bill Farmer    Willie Bear / Additional Voices
Mickie McGowan    Additional Voices
Bob Bergen    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Screenwriter    Cinco Paul
Screenwriter    Ken Daurio
Story Creator    Dr Seuss
Producer    Bob Gordon
Producer    Bruce Anderson
Executive Producer    Audrey Geisel
Executive Producer    Chris Wedge
Executive Producer    Christopher Meledandri
Editor    Tim Nordquist
Composer    John Powell
Art Director    Thomas Cardone
Supervising Animator    Mike Thurmeier
Lighting Design    David Esneault
Head of Story    Ricardo Curtis
Supervising Sound Editor    Randy Thom
Supervising Sound Editor    Dennis Leonard
Sound Designer    Randy Thom
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kirk Garfield
Animation Supervisor    James Bresnahan
Animation Supervisor    Galen Tan Chur
Animation Supervisor    Aaron Hartline
Casting Director    Christian Kaplan

DVD Sales - Mamma Hot on Sales Chart

January 1st, 2009

There were only three new releases to chart this week, sort of. Call in three and a half new releases, but we will get to that in a bit. On the top of the sales chart this week was Mamma Mia!, which sold 3.72 million units for $77.68 million in consumer retail spending. More...

DVD Sales - Dark Knight Shines Bright

December 22nd, 2008

Not many new releases charted this week, but that doesn't matter as we had a record breaking release at the top. Not only did The Dark Knight become the fastest selling DVD of the year with 7.50 million units and $158.74 million, it also became the first Blu-ray to sell more than 1 million units during its first week of release, as it just crossed into seven digits. More...

DVD Rentals - Knight Becomes King

December 22nd, 2008

Only two new releases charted this week, but we still had a new number one with The Dark Knight. More...

International Details - What Happened to Speed Racer?

May 18th, 2008

Like it did domestically, What Happens in Vegas... managed to open in second place on the international charts. It was able to do so in part because it opened in nearly every major market over the past weekend earning solid openings in many of them. This includes second place in both the U.K. ($2.47 million on 398 screens), in France ($2.36 million on 304 screens), and in Australia ($2.33 million on 335). It also placed first in Spain with an impressive $3.77 million on 398 screens and also topped the charts in both Russia and Germany with $3.70 million on 476 screens $1.85 million on 500 screens respectively. Overall it managed to pull in $24.86 million on 3904 screens in 36 markets during its opening weekend on the charts, and should have little difficulty matching its domestic total. More...

International Details - Forbidden Falls from the Top

May 11th, 2008

The release of Iron Man hit The Forbidden Kingdom knocking it into second place with $9.63 million on 2062 screens in 11 markets for a total of $40.51 million. The film had no major openings, but it did make $1.10 million on 398 screens over the weekend in South Korea for a total of $5.63 million. More...

International Top Five - Forbidden Territory

April 30th, 2008

The Forbidden Kingdom doubled its screen and market counts and that helped it finish in first place by a wide, wide margin. Overall the film earned $16.82 million on 1082 screens in 10 markets for a very early total of $24.70 million. Major openings include South Korea, where it placed first with $3.15 million on 439 screens over the weekend and $3.60 million in total, and Russia, where it also placed first with $1.27 million on 262 screens. It was obviously stronger in the former than the latter, however, the latter was more significant since it was the film's first major test outside of the Asian marketplace, which could be called its home. If it can duplicate its performance in similar major markets in Europe, then it will have little difficulty showing a profit before long. More...

International Top Five - 21 is Number One

April 23rd, 2008

During its second weekend of release, 21 climbed into first place with $10.02 million on 1,731 screens in 21 markets for a total of $21.17 million after two. This includes a first place, $2.22 million opening on 277 screens in Russia, and a third place, $1.14 million opening on 247 screens in Italy. Meanwhile, it was able to remain in first place in the U.K. with $2.01 million on 356 screens over the weekend and $6.77 million in total and it also earned a second first place placing in Spain with $1.44 million on 255 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.77 million. This might be the last time 21 will top the charts, as the rest of its release dates are more spread out, while the summer blockbusters are just around the corner. More...

International Top Five - Who's First Milestone

April 16th, 2008

No film reached $10 million over the weekend, but Horton Hears A Who did reach a major milestone. The film made $9.02 million on 4,823 screens in 41 markets for a total of $103.36 million. It did open in a number of smaller markets including Poland where it landed in second place with $507,000 on 105 screens over the weekend and $656,000 in total. However, the lion's share of the movie's weekend haul came from France where it was down just 6% to $3.02 million on 708 screens for a total of $7.01 million after two. While it did shed screens and markets this weekend, the movie isn't done yet. With openings in Italy this coming weekend, South Korea in May, and Japan in July it will be earning money well into the Summer. More...

International Top Five - Horton Holds Off International Offerings

April 9th, 2008

Three of the top five films on the international box office chart were not American this weekend, but Horton Hears A Who was able to remain in first place. Over the weekend, it earned $10.72 million on 5,617 screens in 51 markets for a total of $90.36 million. The film opened in third place in France with $3.22 million on 708 screens, which was only an average opening. The film is on track to hit $100 million before it opens in Italy, South Korea, and Japan. More...

21 on a Winning Streak

April 8th, 2008

It was a softer than expected weekend at the box office, and expectations were no strong to begin with. Overall the box office brought in $95 million, which was down 11% from last year. More importantly, it was down a staggering 23% from the same weekend last year. Even worse, 2008 is now behind 2007's pace $2.24 billion to $2.28 billion. More...

Head Hopes to Finish on Top

April 3rd, 2008

April starts of with a... with a... well, it starts this week. We have three wide releases this week, but none seem destined for greatness. In fact, it's a limited release that might have the most exciting box office result of the week, even if it doesn't reach the top ten. On the other end, there should at least be a logjam at the top, giving box office watchers something to talk about. More...

International Top Five - Horton Will Be Heard, and Seen

April 2nd, 2008

Despite falling nearly 50%, Horton Hears A Who rose to first place on the international charts with $13.02 million 5,879 screens in 53 markets for a total of $75.65 million. The film had no major, or even mid-level openings this week, but it held very well in Australia to climb into first place with $1.46 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.16 million after two. On the other hand, it plummeted in the U.K., down 68% to $1.87 million on 504 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.71 million after two. The film has yet to open in France, Italy, South Korea, and Japan, and should have little trouble reaching $100 million before it is done. This is low compared to its domestic run so far. However, Dr. Seuss is not as popular internationally as he is in North America, so this is expected. In fact, overall the film has done better than expected. More...

21 Busts at the Box Office, But in a Good Way

April 1st, 2008

A mixed week at the box office, but the overall box office was a little higher than expected. That said, at $107 million the total was down 6% from last weekend. More importantly, it was down 16% from the same weekend last year. 2008 has fallen behind 2007's pace in terms of ticket sales and it up in terms of dollars by less than 1%, $2.12 billion to $2.11 billion. This lead might not hold up until the weekend. More...

21 Hopes to Hit the Jackpot

March 27th, 2008

Four wide releases this week, but only two have a real shot at top spot. In fact, the other two don't really have a shot at the top five. Add in Horton Hears a Who and there should be a three-way race for first place. If Horton can pull off a victory, it would be amazing, since is already the only film released in 2008 that has repeated as box office champion. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Breaks the Century Mark

March 26th, 2008

Not only did 10,000 B.C. remain in first place on the international charts, it also climbed above $100 million during its run. The film added $26.81 million over the weekend on 7337 screens in 57 markets for a total of $117.82 million. This includes openings in China where the movie earned second place with $3.58 million on 1,000 screens, including 537 digital ones. This broke records for widest release in China and the widest digital release on the international scene. However, a glut of new releases pushed the film from first to fifth in the U.K. with $2.06 million on 430 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.55 million. Given the film's hefty production budget and its likely P&A budget, it would need to make $300 million worldwide to have a shot at showing a profit before the home market. This is likely out of the question. On the other hand, to show a profit after the home market, it would only need to make $200 million worldwide. This has likely already happened. More...

Funny Brings in the Money over Bunny Weekend

March 25th, 2008

Easter Weekend is not regarded as a long weekend and expectations were not unreasonably high. However, a few films missed expectations and this left the box office on the south side of predictions. Overall, films earned $113 million over the weekend, which was down 6% from last weekend. More importantly, it was down nearly 16% from the same weekend last year. Hopefully things will turn around in April, because I don't see that happening next weekend. More...

Taylor Made

March 20th, 2008

It's Easter weekend, which is a rather big holiday up here in Canada, but is not even considered a long weekend in the United States. We celebrate it by eating lots of chocolate bunnies (ears first) and cheering or favorite NHL teams into the play-offs. (Or if you are from Toronto saying, "Next year will be different." (...No it won't.)) But there are new wide releases to check out, three of them, in fact. We also have the second weekend for the biggest opener of the year, which is aiming to become repeat champion at the box office. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Stands for Big Cash

March 19th, 2008

10,000 B.C. climbed into first place on the international charts with $38.65 million on 6,569 screens in 48 markets for a total of $74.43 million in just two weeks. The film opened in first place in Russia with $3.99 million on 536 screens and in the U.K. with $3.92 million on 431 screens while it also scored first place in South Korea with $3.13 million on 401 screens over the weekend and $3.56 million in total. It wasn't able to top the charts in either France nor Italy, but had to settle for second place with $3.39 million on 562 screens and $2.91 million on 454 screens respectively. As for holdovers, it held on very well in Mexico, down 28% to $2.98 million on 467 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.16 million. It wasn't as strong in Australia where it fell by more than 50% to $1.01 million on 221 screens over the weekend and $3.83 million in total. 10,000 B.C. will hit $100 million very shortly, but it cost $105 million to make, which will make profitability troublesome. More...

Per Theater Chart is in Contempt

March 18th, 2008

There were only two films to top $10,000 on the Per Theater Chart this week>. The first was the re-release of Contempt with $14,826. Next was the overall box office leader, Horton Hears a Who, which opened with an average of $11,384. More...

Who Helps End Slump

March 18th, 2008

The slump is over after four weeks. During the weekend, the overall box office was $121 million, which was 12% more than last weekend and 3% more than the same weekend last year. Paradoxically, 2008 slipped behind 2007's pace when it comes to ticket sales, albeit by less than 1%. More...

Weekend Estimates: Who's on First

March 16th, 2008


Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of March 14, 2008

March 15th, 2008

The biggest hit of the year so far opened this weekend in Horton Hears a Who and fortunately the studio put together an Official Site that matches its box office strength. More...

Who Will Win at the Box Office

March 14th, 2008

2008 is in danger of slipping below 2007's pace this weekend, at least when it comes to ticket sales. Fortunately, this time last year, the three new releases were rather weak while this year, Horton Hears a Who is tracking to become the biggest opening of the year so far. Even so, it will be tough for 2008 to keep pace with 2007. More...

Contest - One for the Road

March 7th, 2008

Plenty of prizes this week, including what is likely the last HD DVD disc we will ever give away. In order to win, one must simply predict Horton Hears a Who's three-day, opening weekend box office. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win 3 Pigs and a Baby on DVD, as well as Day Zero on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win win 3 Pigs and a Baby on DVD, as well as Day Zero on DVD. Also, whoever is the absolute closest of those two will win the City of Men poster, CD Soundtrack, and TV series on DVD. Additionally, the person who came the closest to winning one of the above prizes, but didn't, will take home a copy of Beowulf on HD DVD. (If you don't have an HD DVD player, keep it shrink-wrapped, it could be collector's item in a few years.) Finally, all three winners will take home Never Back Down posters, both the full size, and the mini-posters. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2008 Preview: March

March 1st, 2008

2008 stumbled last month and there doesn't seem to be many potential blockbusters this month. By the end of March last year, there were three films releases that would reach $100 million, including one that reached $200 million, and two others that missed that milestone by less than $5 million. This year, we could enter April without a single $100 million movie. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 29 - August 4, 2007

August 5th, 2007

Another big list of movie sites, but not much in the way of top-notch entries. For a movie site to be an award winner, I expect it to have all of the usual features, extras like clips, something interactive like a game, and background sound and animation. The film that best exemplifies that criteria is Stardust - Official Site, which is the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - September 24, 2006

September 24th, 2006

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Horton Hears a Who, Black Snake Moan and more. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/03/14 1 $45,012,998   3,954 $11,384   $45,012,998 3
2008/03/21 1 $24,590,596 -45% 3,961 $6,208   $86,010,517 10
2008/03/28 2 $17,740,106 -28% 3,826 $4,637   $117,589,254 17
2008/04/04 4 $9,115,987 -49% 3,571 $2,553   $131,076,768 24
2008/04/11 6 $5,920,566 -35% 3,209 $1,845   $139,548,920 31
2008/04/18 8 $3,511,834 -41% 2,670 $1,315   $144,418,495 38
2008/04/25 9 $2,486,903 -29% 2,159 $1,152   $147,959,806 45
2008/05/02 11 $1,337,562 -46% 1,463 $914   $149,817,680 52
2008/05/09 14 $605,347 -55% 770 $786   $150,699,120 59
2008/05/16 15 $411,616 -32% 543 $758   $151,267,226 66
2008/05/23 11 $477,822 +16% 488 $979   $151,929,440 73
2008/05/30 13 $367,734 -23% 428 $859   $152,571,420 80
2008/06/06 15 $254,418 -31% 347 $733   $153,019,114 87
2008/06/13 15 $188,736 -26% 294 $642   $153,355,932 94
2008/06/20 21 $147,250 -22% 249 $591   $153,640,753 101
2008/06/27 22 $112,623 -24% 209 $539   $153,881,396 108
2008/07/04 36 $72,182 -36% 181 $399   $154,044,595 115
2008/07/11 34 $70,599 -2% 150 $471   $154,190,325 122
2008/07/18 40 $54,939 -22% 122 $450   $154,300,828 129
2008/07/25 44 $33,380 -39% 92 $363   $154,388,002 136
2008/08/01 59 $20,770 -38% 61 $340   $154,444,322 143
2008/08/08 65 $16,779 -19% 49 $342   $154,482,818 150
2008/08/15 77 $8,403 -50% 31 $271   $154,507,380 157
2008/08/22 93 $3,771 -55% 14 $269   $154,518,833 164
2008/08/29 95 $3,662 -3% 12 $305   $154,528,032 171

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/03/14 1 $13,337,277   3,954 $3,373   $13,337,277 1
2008/03/15 1 $18,773,953 +41% 3,954 $4,748   $32,111,230 2
2008/03/16 1 $12,901,768 -31% 3,954 $3,263   $45,012,998 3
2008/03/17 1 $3,615,494 -72% 3,954 $914   $48,628,492 4
2008/03/18 1 $3,928,735 +9% 3,954 $994   $52,557,227 5
2008/03/19 1 $3,960,861 +1% 3,954 $1,002   $56,518,088 6
2008/03/20 1 $4,901,833 +24% 3,954 $1,240   $61,419,921 7
2008/03/21 1 $10,164,609 +107% 3,961 $2,566   $71,584,530 8
2008/03/22 1 $9,218,133 -9% 3,961 $2,327   $80,802,663 9
2008/03/23 1 $5,207,854 -44% 3,961 $1,315   $86,010,517 10
2008/03/24 1 $4,601,534 -12% 3,961 $1,162   $90,612,051 11
2008/03/25 1 $3,178,339 -31% 3,961 $802   $93,790,390 12
2008/03/26 1 $2,948,957 -7% 3,961 $744   $96,739,347 13
2008/03/27 1 $3,109,801 +5% 3,961 $785   $99,849,148 14
2008/03/28 2 $5,250,226 +69% 3,826 $1,372   $105,099,374 15
2008/03/29 2 $7,444,216 +42% 3,826 $1,946   $112,543,590 16
2008/03/30 2 $5,045,664 -32% 3,826 $1,319   $117,589,254 17
2008/03/31 2 $1,174,174 -77% 3,826 $307   $118,763,428 18
2008/04/01 2 $1,101,072 -6% 3,826 $288   $119,864,500 19
2008/04/02 2 $1,009,659 -8% 3,826 $264   $120,874,159 20
2008/04/03 2 $1,086,622 +8% 3,826 $284   $121,960,781 21
2008/04/04 5 $2,522,675 +132% 3,571 $706   $124,483,456 22
2008/04/05 4 $3,990,726 +58% 3,571 $1,118   $128,474,182 23
2008/04/06 4 $2,602,586 -35% 3,571 $729   $131,076,768 24
2008/04/07 4 $630,483 -76% 3,571 $177   $131,707,251 25
2008/04/08 4 $654,994 +4% 3,571 $183   $132,362,245 26
2008/04/09 4 $612,604 -6% 3,571 $172   $132,974,849 27
2008/04/10 4 $653,505 +7% 3,571 $183   $133,628,354 28
2008/04/11 6 $1,558,130 +138% 3,209 $486   $135,186,484 29
2008/04/12 6 $2,675,755 +72% 3,209 $834   $137,862,239 30
2008/04/13 5 $1,686,681 -37% 3,209 $526   $139,548,920 31
2008/04/14 6 $355,016 -79% 3,209 $111   $139,903,936 32
2008/04/15 6 $349,931 -1% 3,209 $109   $140,253,867 33
2008/04/16 6 $321,428 -8% 3,209 $100   $140,575,295 34
2008/04/17 6 $331,366 +3% 3,209 $103   $140,906,661 35
2008/04/18 10 $931,886 +181% 2,670 $349   $141,838,547 36
2008/04/19 8 $1,553,056 +67% 2,670 $582   $143,391,603 37
2008/04/20 8 $1,026,892 -34% 2,670 $385   $144,418,495 38
2008/04/21 8 $284,369 -72% 2,670 $107   $144,702,864 39
2008/04/22 8 $254,571 -10% 2,670 $95   $144,957,435 40
2008/04/23 8 $236,532 -7% 2,670 $89   $145,193,967 41
2008/04/24 8 $278,936 +18% 2,670 $104   $145,472,903 42
2008/04/25 10 $640,331 +130% 2,159 $297   $146,113,234 43
2008/04/26 9 $1,077,067 +68% 2,159 $499   $147,190,301 44
2008/04/27 - $769,505 -29% 2,159 $356   $147,959,806 45
2008/04/28 12 $150,467 -80% 2,159 $70   $148,110,273 46
2008/04/29 12 $137,130 -9% 2,159 $64   $148,247,403 47
2008/04/30 12 $121,980 -11% 2,159 $56   $148,369,383 48
2008/05/01 12 $110,735 -9% 2,159 $51   $148,480,118 49
2008/05/02 11 $285,419 +158% 1,463 $195   $148,765,537 50
2008/05/03 11 $680,805 +139% 1,463 $465   $149,446,342 51
2008/05/04 11 $371,338 -45% 1,463 $254   $149,817,680 52
2008/05/05 12 $70,780 -81% 1,463 $48   $149,888,460 53
2008/05/06 14 $61,441 -13% 1,463 $42   $149,949,901 54
2008/05/07 14 $66,001 +7% 1,463 $45   $150,015,902 55
2008/05/08 13 $77,871 +18% 1,463 $53   $150,093,773 56
2008/05/09 - $132,337 +70% 770 $172   $150,226,110 57
2008/05/10 14 $241,063 +82% 770 $313   $150,467,173 58
2008/05/11 10 $231,947 -4% 770 $301   $150,699,120 59
2008/05/12 15 $42,030 -82% 770 $55   $150,741,150 60
2008/05/13 - $34,951 -17% 770 $45   $150,776,101 61
2008/05/14 - $38,195 +9% 770 $50   $150,814,296 62
2008/05/15 16 $41,314 +8% 770 $54   $150,855,610 63
2008/05/16 - $96,266 +133% 543 $177   $150,951,876 64
2008/05/17 - $179,126 +86% 543 $330   $151,131,002 65
2008/05/18 - $136,224 -24% 543 $251   $151,267,226 66
2008/05/19 12 $58,577 -57% 543 $108   $151,325,803 67
2008/05/20 11 $45,879 -22% 543 $84   $151,371,682 68
2008/05/21 11 $42,677 -7% 543 $79   $151,414,359 69
2008/05/22 13 $37,259 -13% 543 $69   $151,451,618 70
2008/05/23 11 $126,467 +239% 488 $259   $151,578,085 71
2008/05/24 11 $194,935 +54% 488 $399   $151,773,020 72
2008/05/25 12 $156,420 -20% 488 $321   $151,929,440 73
2008/05/26 11 $147,283 -6% 488 $302   $152,076,723 74
2008/05/27 12 $40,161 -73% 488 $82   $152,116,884 75
2008/05/28 11 $41,904 +4% 488 $86   $152,158,788 76
2008/05/29 11 $44,898 +7% 488 $92   $152,203,686 77
2008/05/30 - $100,688 +124% 488 $206   $152,304,374 78
2008/05/31 13 $165,225 +64% 488 $339   $152,469,599 79
2008/06/01 13 $101,821 -38% 488 $209   $152,571,420 80
2008/06/02 13 $36,662 -64% 488 $75   $152,608,082 81
2008/06/03 - $51,274 +40% 488 $105   $152,659,356 82
2008/06/04 - $49,609 -3% 488 $102   $152,708,965 83
2008/06/05 12 $55,731 +12% 488 $114   $152,764,696 84
2008/06/06 - $76,720 +38% 347 $221   $152,841,416 85
2008/06/07 - $102,167 +33% 347 $294   $152,943,583 86
2008/06/08 - $75,531 -26% 347 $218   $153,019,114 87
2008/06/09 - $31,402 -58% 347 $90   $153,050,516 88
2008/06/10 - $39,609 +26% 347 $114   $153,090,125 89
2008/06/11 - $39,649 n/c 347 $114   $153,129,774 90
2008/06/12 - $37,422 -6% 347 $108   $153,167,196 91
2008/06/13 - $64,249 +72% 294 $219   $153,231,445 92
2008/06/14 - $71,975 +12% 294 $245   $153,303,420 93
2008/06/15 - $52,512 -27% 294 $179   $153,355,932 94
2008/06/16 - $27,260 -48% 294 $93   $153,383,192 95
2008/06/17 - $35,969 +32% 294 $122   $153,419,161 96
2008/06/18 - $37,388 +4% 294 $127   $153,456,549 97
2008/06/19 - $36,954 -1% 294 $126   $153,493,503 98
2008/06/20 - $43,841 +19% 249 $176   $153,537,344 99
2008/06/21 - $57,577 +31% 249 $231   $153,594,921 100
2008/06/22 - $45,832 -20% 249 $184   $153,640,753 101
2008/06/23 - $25,423 -45% 249 $102   $153,666,176 102
2008/06/24 - $31,391 +23% 249 $126   $153,697,567 103
2008/06/25 - $33,927 +8% 249 $136   $153,731,494 104
2008/06/26 - $37,279 +10% 249 $150   $153,768,773 105
2008/06/27 - $35,888 -4% 209 $172   $153,804,661 106
2008/06/28 - $44,648 +24% 209 $214   $153,849,309 107
2008/06/29 - $32,087 -28% 209 $154   $153,881,396 108
2008/06/30 - $19,980 -38% 209 $96   $153,901,376 109
2008/07/01 - $25,102 +26% 209 $120   $153,926,478 110
2008/07/02 - $21,532 -14% 209 $103   $153,948,010 111
2008/07/03 - $24,403 +13% 209 $117   $153,972,413 112
2008/07/04 - $20,310 -17% 209 $97   $153,992,723 113
2008/07/05 - $29,682 +46% 209 $142   $154,022,405 114
2008/07/06 - $22,190 -25% 209 $106   $154,044,595 115
2008/07/07 - $13,890 -37% 209 $66   $154,058,485 116
2008/07/08 - $20,248 +46% 209 $97   $154,078,733 117
2008/07/09 - $20,869 +3% 209 $100   $154,099,602 118
2008/07/10 - $20,124 -4% 209 $96   $154,119,726 119
2008/07/11 - $24,097 +20% 150 $161   $154,143,823 120
2008/07/12 - $26,899 +12% 150 $179   $154,170,722 121
2008/07/13 - $19,603 -27% 150 $131   $154,190,325 122
2008/07/14 - $10,754 -45% 150 $72   $154,201,079 123
2008/07/15 - $15,266 +42% 150 $102   $154,216,345 124
2008/07/16 - $15,804 +4% 150 $105   $154,232,149 125
2008/07/17 - $13,740 -13% 150 $92   $154,245,889 126
2008/07/18 - $17,686 +29% 122 $145   $154,263,575 127
2008/07/19 - $20,971 +19% 122 $172   $154,284,546 128
2008/07/20 - $16,282 -22% 122 $133   $154,300,828 129
2008/07/21 - $9,433 -42% 122 $77   $154,310,261 130
2008/07/22 - $14,904 +58% 122 $122   $154,325,165 131
2008/07/23 - $15,309 +3% 122 $125   $154,340,474 132
2008/07/24 - $14,148 -8% 122 $116   $154,354,622 133
2008/07/25 - $10,273 -27% 92 $112   $154,364,895 134
2008/07/26 - $13,529 +32% 92 $147   $154,378,424 135
2008/07/27 - $9,578 -29% 92 $104   $154,388,002 136
2008/07/28 - $5,815 -39% 92 $63   $154,393,817 137
2008/07/29 - $8,705 +50% 92 $95   $154,402,522 138
2008/07/30 - $10,955 +26% 92 $119   $154,413,477 139
2008/07/31 - $10,075 -8% 92 $110   $154,423,552 140
2008/08/01 - $5,717 -43% 61 $94   $154,429,269 141
2008/08/02 - $7,845 +37% 61 $129   $154,437,114 142
2008/08/03 - $7,208 -8% 61 $118   $154,444,322 143
2008/08/04 - $4,691 -35% 61 $77   $154,449,013 144
2008/08/05 - $6,146 +31% 61 $101   $154,455,159 145
2008/08/06 - $5,389 -12% 61 $88   $154,460,548 146
2008/08/07 - $5,491 +2% 61 $90   $154,466,039 147
2008/09/01 83 $1,155   12 $96   $154,529,187 172

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/03/14 1 $61,419,921   3,954 $15,534   $61,419,921 7
2008/03/21 1 $38,429,227 -37% 3,961 $9,702   $99,849,148 14
2008/03/28 2 $22,111,633 -42% 3,826 $5,779   $121,960,781 21
2008/04/04 4 $11,667,573 -47% 3,571 $3,267   $133,628,354 28
2008/04/11 6 $7,278,307 -38% 3,209 $2,268   $140,906,661 35
2008/04/18 8 $4,566,242 -37% 2,670 $1,710   $145,472,903 42
2008/04/25 10 $3,007,215 -34% 2,159 $1,393   $148,480,118 49
2008/05/02 11 $1,613,655 -46% 1,463 $1,103   $150,093,773 56
2008/05/09 14 $761,837 -53% 770 $989   $150,855,610 63
2008/05/16 14 $596,008 -22% 543 $1,098   $151,451,618 70
2008/05/23 12 $752,068 +26% 488 $1,541   $152,203,686 77
2008/05/30 13 $561,010 -25% 428 $1,311   $152,764,696 84
2008/06/06 15 $402,500 -28% 347 $1,160   $153,167,196 91
2008/06/13 15 $326,307 -19% 294 $1,110   $153,493,503 98
2008/06/20 20 $275,270 -16% 249 $1,106   $153,768,773 105
2008/06/27 24 $203,640 -26% 209 $974   $153,972,413 112
2008/07/04 28 $147,313 -28% 181 $814   $154,119,726 119
2008/07/11 33 $126,163 -14% 150 $841   $154,245,889 126
2008/07/18 38 $108,733 -14% 122 $891   $154,354,622 133
2008/07/25 44 $68,930 -37% 92 $749   $154,423,552 140
2008/08/01 54 $42,487 -38% 61 $697   $154,466,039 147
2008/08/08 60 $32,938 -22% 49 $672   $154,498,977 154
2008/08/15 75 $16,085 -51% 31 $519   $154,515,062 161
2008/08/22 86 $9,308 -42% 14 $665   $154,524,370 168
2008/08/29 96 $5,069 -46% 12 $422   $154,529,439 175

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/14/200821,748,820 1,748,820$29,871,070$29,871,0701
12/21/200841,065,946-39% 2,814,766$18,200,282$48,071,3522
12/28/20086516,522-52% 3,331,288$8,824,107$56,895,4583
1/4/200911168,580-67% 3,499,868$2,444,292$59,339,7504
1/11/20091193,081-45% 3,592,949$1,585,356$60,925,1065
1/18/20092060,664-35% 3,653,613$1,015,424$61,940,5306
1/25/20092058,298-4% 3,711,911$877,869$62,818,3997
2/1/20092748,237-17% 3,760,148$761,802$63,580,2018
2/15/20092268,415 3,846,951$1,030,590$64,887,59110
2/22/20091569,808+2% 3,916,759$1,054,150$65,941,74111
3/1/20098156,931+125% 4,073,690$2,364,746$68,306,48712
7/19/20091650,127 4,207,817$519,316$70,175,77532
4/4/20101875,396 4,437,616$677,810$72,948,37269
11/25/201221129,782 5,083,198$521,970$78,249,199207
12/2/20122648,141-63% 5,131,339$229,998$78,479,197208
12/9/20122494,257+96% 5,225,596$428,577$78,907,774209
12/16/20122673,184-22% 5,298,780$291,404$79,199,179210
12/23/20123075,725+3% 5,374,505$302,915$79,502,094211
3/17/20131542,285 5,556,111$212,626$80,395,628223
3/24/20131931,355-26% 5,587,466$156,461$80,552,090224
5/26/20131737,475 5,681,870$265,368$81,096,843233

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