Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $196,573,705Details
International Box Office $690,394,990
Worldwide Box Office $886,968,695
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $103,260,180 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $16,673,870 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $119,934,050
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
45% - Rotten
Audience
63% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$90,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 1st, 2009 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: October 27th, 2009 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG For some mild rude humor and peril
Franchise: Ice Age
Keywords: 3-D
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Blue Sky Studios

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DVD Sales: Going Up

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DVD Rentals - G.I.Joe Takes Top Spot

There were five new releases top reach the top 30 of the rental charts, including the top two rentals. G.I.Joe - The Rise of Cobra generated roughly 28% more rentals than The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3. This is obviously much closer than they were theatrically. More...

DVD Rentals - Dinosaurs Have Their Revenge

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs led the new releases to take top spot on the rental chart with roughly 50% more than second place Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen took in during its second week of release. More...

DVD Sales - Ice Age a Little Chilly in Stores?

Five new releases reached the top 30 on the sales chart this week, including Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs, which took top spot with 2.46 million units sold and $43.62 million in opening week consumer spending at retail. This was enough for first place by a margin of nearly 1 million units; however, that was 44% lower unit sales that The Meltdown sold during its first week of release. Granted, there are some mitigating circumstance here, including the overall decline in DVD sales, as well as the rise in Blu-ray, but it is still troubling. More...

DVD Releases for November 3rd, 2009 - Part I

Another week with a large selection of great releases, including several contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. (There are also more than a few releases that could have been contenders, but the screeners still have not yet arrived. I fear they will all arrive on the same day and the sheer number of them will cause my head to explode.) The best new release this week is Food, Inc. on either DVD or Blu-ray. Classic releases like North By Northwest on Blu-ray and It's a Wonderful Life on Blu-ray are must haves, as is the James Bond Blu-ray Box Set. Despite there being more than a dozen releases this week where I'm still waiting for the screener to arrive, the list as still too long to fit on one page. The second part can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for October 27th, 2009

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International Details - Number Six for District Nine

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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 Top Five - Final Fights for First Place But Basterds Prevails

There was a close two-way race for top spot on the international box office chart with Inglourious Basterds just coming out on top with $14.90 million on 2,929 screens in 34 markets for a total of $83.99 million. The film remained in first place in France with $3.7 million over the weekend and now has $18.8 million in total. It was pushed into second place with Germany, but it was still impressive with $3.02 million on 466 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.99 million after three. It opens in Spain in just over a week's time, and when it does it will have reached $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide, and will likely become the undisputed biggest hit of Quentin Tarantino's career when it does. More...

International Top Five - Basterds Bring Glory to Tarantino

Inglourious Basterds remained in first place with $19.89 million on 2854 screens in 31 markets for a total of $59.63 million internationally and $132.66 million worldwide. The film had no major openings this week and its holds were all over the map. On the one hand, it was down just 22% in Germany adding $3.28 million on 461 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.54 million after two. On the other hand, the film was down 65% in the U.K. to just $1.83 million on 443 screens over the weekend, but it has earned a nearly identical $9.52 million after two. Other markets where the film took top spot include France, where the film added $5.4 million over the weekend for a total of $13.5 million after two, while in Australia it added $1.79 million on 266 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.49 million. The next major market opening for the film is Spain in a couple weeks, while it has major market openings till the end of November. Even if the film didn't have any major market openings, it would still reach $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide, which would make it the biggest hit of Quentin Tarantino's career. More...

International Details - Post Summer Hangover

Summer is mostly over and we're moving back to the normal schedule for the international box office columns. Mostly. There are still not enough multi-million dollar films to fill out the top 30, but as the blockbusters make way for smaller releases, that will change. Meanwhile, The Hangover remained in sixth place with $7.65 million on 2782 screens in 46 markets for a total of $152.38 million internationally and $420.65 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Brazil with $1.13 million on 205 screens, while it remained in first place in Mexico with $1.04 million on 398 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.56 million after two. Other million dollar markets include Spain where it was down just 18% to $1.27 million on 319 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.88 million after two, and Germany where it added $1.02 million on 427 screens giving the film a total of $15.29 million after a month of release. More...

International Top of the Chart - Joe Slows But Still Tops Chart

G.I.Joe remained in top spot on the international chart with $26.12 million on 6875 screens in 49 markets for a total of $91.58 million. The film had only one major opening of note, Germany, but while it finished first there, it still struggled with just $1.74 million on 474 screens. It earned more in South Korea with $2.70 million on 488 screens over the weekend and $10.48 million after two. It added $1.75 million on 514 screens over the weekend in France for a total there of $5.66 million. It had near identical results over the weekend in Japan ($1.36 million on 385 screens) and in the U.K. ($1.35 million on 442 screens) and it now has $6.99 million and $6.32 million in those two markets. So far it is hard to be overly impressed by these results, especially when compared to its production budget. The only way this film gets a sequel is if it is a massive hit on the home market, and even then I think the studio will demand a cut in costs. More...

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

It took Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs just a month to reach $500 million internationally becoming just the seventeenth film to reach that milestone. Over the weekend it added $40.37 million on 10,518 screens in 102 markets for a total of $505.18 million internationally and $676.68 million worldwide. The week the film opened in Japan, but it went nowhere in that market finishing in 10th place with $428,000 on 233 screens. The film opens in South Korea in a couple of weeks and in Italy at the end of the month, and when it does it should be at $600 million internationally and $800 million worldwide. More...

Force to be Reckoned With

As expected, the weekend box office was soft compared to last week, as well as the same weekend last year. That said, it was not as bad as it could have been and all three new releases topped expectations. Overall, total ticket sales were $151 million over the weekend, down 5.8% from last weekend and 16% from last year. Year-to-day, 2009 still has a substantial lead over 2008 at $6.22 billion to $5.76 billion and even the lack of a The Dark Knight type hit won't be enough to close that gap. It would take an extended slump at the box office before 2009 relinquished its lead. More...

International Details - Harry Leaves Competition in the Cold

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs was pushed into second place by The Half-Blood Prince, but it became the biggest international hit of the year topping Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen. Over the weekend the film added $61.90 million on 11,089 screens in 102 markets for a total of $430.88 million internationally and $582.75 million Worldwide. It is possible that the film is already the biggest his in the franchise, but we won't know for sure till this weekend's numbers are released. More...

Will New Releases Force Potter Out of First Place?

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Hot-Blooded Weekend

The year-to-year box office comparison has been hit hard over the weekend due to the competition from The Dark Knight, which opened this weekend last year. That film alone made $158.41 million over three days. This year, the total box office was $160 million, or 38% lower than last year. It was 12% more than last weekend, and 2009 is still ahead of 2008 by a 10% margin, $5.98 billion to $5.44 billion. But there's no chance things will rebound this coming week. More...

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

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince has posted a $79.5 million opening weekend, according to Warner Bros.' estimate released on Sunday. The movie's daily box office was an estimated $26.8 million on Friday, $29.2 million on Saturday and $23.4 million on Sunday -- and represents a remarkable level of consistency over the first five days in release, after a huge performance at midnight screenings on Wednesday. The five-day total of $159.7 million is a new record for the franchise at this stage of a run (see comparison chart for Harry Poter Movies), although it does leave the movies somewhat behind the blistering early pace of The Dark Knight and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. More...

International Top of the Chart - Ice Age Remains Hot

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs remained in top spot on the international chart with an astronomical $101.89 million on 12,057 screens in 102 markets over the weekend. After three weeks of release the film has made $322.69 million internationally and $442.27 million Worldwide. More...

Going for Blood

2009 has hit a bit of a rough patch when compared to 2008, and it is unlikely to get better this weekend. That is not to say there are no prime releases — far from it. However, this time last year saw the release of The Dark Knight, and there are very few who think any movie this year will be able to compete with that film. That said, the number who think we could have a huge weekend is growing. 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...

Weekend Estimates: Bruno Dazzles on Debut

Sacha Baron Cohen showed he is no one-hit-wonder over the weekend as Bruno topped the box office chart with an impressive $30.4 million, according to Universal's estimate, released on Sunday morning. That's marginally better in total dollars than Borat's $26.5 million debut, although the 2006 release played in only 837 theaters against 2,756 this time around. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs dropped an impressive 31% to an estimated $28.5 million, helped in part by a comparison that includes the July 4 holiday last weekend, which dragged sales down across the board. Fox, however, will be encouraged by the performance, and the family pic continues to do incredibly well internationally. More...

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International Top of the Chart - Ice Age Freezes out the Competition

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs expanded worldwide over the weekend pulling in an incredible $135.16 million on 11,791 screens in 101 markets over the weekend for a total of $151.70 million after two. This is the sixth biggest international opening and the biggest for an animated film. More...

Transformers Hang on to Top Spot

New releases were not as strong as expected, and Independence Day itself hurt a little more than I was expecting, but the overall box office was still solid at $162 million. Granted, this was nearly 19% less than last weekend, but more importantly it was 1.4% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has made $5.44 billion, which is 11.6% ahead of last year's pace. More...

Per Theater Chart Hurting for New Releases

Only three films managed to reach the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart this week, and no new releases were able to top The Hurt Locker. That film led the way with an average or $14,578 in nine theaters, but it will need to strike fast if it wants to expand significantly. The Beaches of Agnes was the best of the new releases, opening with an average of $10,650 in two theaters. Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs opened with an average of $10,171, while the overall number one film, Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen, just missed the $10,000 market with an average of $9,995. More...

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Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of July 3rd, 2009

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International Details - Hanging Out with Hangover

The Hangover climbed into second place with $11.14 million on 2091 screens in 28 markets for a total of $47.81 million. This was actually 2% lower than last week's performance. Its only major market opening came from France where it placed second with $3.31 million on 251 screens, but that was for the full week. (This is still impressive.) In the U.K. it was down just 15% to $3.15 million on 425 screens over the weekend and $18.50 million after three. It is a couple of weeks away from overtaking Terminator Salvation in that market. Over in Australia it managed to dip just 30% to $1.80 million on 227 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.07 million. It will also top Terminator Salvation in this market, and could beat out Angels and Demons as well. Massive. On the other hand, I'm not sure the film will do as well in most non-English speaking markets, as comedy tends to be harder to translate into other cultures. More...

Weekend Estimates: Transformers and Ice Age Tie at the Top

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2009 Preview: July

June gave us some unexpected hits in The Proposal and The Hangover, as well as expected hits like Up, not to mention the biggest hit of the year, so far, in Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen. However, despite this, 2009 lost a bit of ground to 2008, and this will likely continue this month, as this month last year saw the release of The Dark Knight. This year we have a couple of potential $300 million hits, but nothing likely to perform on that scale. Then again, I only predicted Dark Knight would make $250 million, so we could be surprised again this year. The box office is certainly hot, and is currently running more than 12% ahead of last year's pace. More...

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...

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Decent Proposal

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Cast

Ray Romano    Manny
John Leguizamo    Sid
Denis Leary    Diego
Simon Pegg    Buck
Queen Latifah    Ellie
Seann William Scott    Crash
Josh Peck    Eddie
Bill Hader    Gazelle
Kristen Wiig    Pudgy Beaver Man
Chris Wedge    Scrat

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Carlos Saldanha
Co-Director    Michael Thurmeier
Screenwriter    Mike Berg
Screenwriter    Peter Ackerman
Screenwriter    Mike Reiss
Screenwriter    Yoni Brenner
Story Creator    Jason Carter Eaton
3D Editor    Harry Hitner
Composer    John Powell
Character Designer    Peter De Seve
Art Director    Michael Knapp
Sound Designer    Randy Thom
Supervising Sound Editor    Gwendolyn Yates Whittle
Casting Director    Christian Kaplan
Story Artist    Chris Renaud

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/07/01 1 $13,791,157   4,032 $3,420   $13,791,157 1
2009/07/02 2 $11,251,329 -18% 4,032 $2,791   $25,042,486 2
2009/07/03 2 $17,197,401 +53% 4,099 $4,196   $42,239,887 3
2009/07/04 1 $11,322,506 -34% 4,099 $2,762   $53,562,393 4
2009/07/05 2 $13,170,475 +16% 4,099 $3,213   $66,732,868 5
2009/07/06 1 $6,608,427 -50% 4,099 $1,612   $73,341,295 6
2009/07/07 1 $7,076,165 +7% 4,099 $1,726   $80,417,460 7
2009/07/08 1 $6,148,485 -13% 4,099 $1,500   $86,565,945 8
2009/07/09 1 $5,506,751 -10% 4,099 $1,343   $92,072,696 9
2009/07/10 2 $8,490,195 +54% 4,102 $2,070   $100,562,891 10
2009/07/11 1 $11,050,077 +30% 4,102 $2,694   $111,612,968 11
2009/07/12 1 $8,067,225 -27% 4,102 $1,967   $119,680,193 12
2009/07/13 1 $3,626,785 -55% 4,102 $884   $123,306,978 13
2009/07/14 1 $4,082,691 +13% 4,102 $995   $127,389,669 14
2009/07/15 2 $3,411,498 -16% 3,841 $888   $130,801,167 15
2009/07/16 2 $3,503,414 +3% 3,841 $912   $134,304,581 16
2009/07/17 2 $5,421,582 +55% 3,817 $1,420   $139,726,163 17
2009/07/18 2 $7,137,965 +32% 3,817 $1,870   $146,864,128 18
2009/07/19 2 $5,001,859 -30% 3,817 $1,310   $151,865,987 19
2009/07/20 2 $2,375,203 -53% 3,817 $622   $154,241,190 20
2009/07/21 2 $3,380,860 +42% 3,817 $886   $157,622,050 21
2009/07/22 2 $2,706,268 -20% 3,817 $709   $160,328,318 22
2009/07/23 2 $2,762,353 +2% 3,817 $724   $163,090,671 23
2009/07/24 5 $2,627,949 -5% 3,300 $796   $165,718,620 24
2009/07/25 5 $3,227,430 +23% 3,300 $978   $168,946,050 25
2009/07/26 5 $2,553,051 -21% 3,300 $774   $171,499,101 26
2009/07/27 5 $1,150,263 -55% 3,300 $349   $172,649,364 27
2009/07/28 5 $1,335,206 +16% 3,300 $405   $173,984,570 28
2009/07/29 5 $1,356,739 +2% 3,300 $411   $175,341,309 29
2009/07/30 5 $1,201,480 -11% 3,300 $364   $176,542,789 30
2009/07/31 7 $1,684,780 +40% 2,757 $611   $178,227,569 31
2009/08/01 8 $2,010,970 +19% 2,757 $729   $180,238,539 32
2009/08/02 7 $1,830,265 -9% 2,757 $664   $182,068,804 33
2009/08/03 7 $765,207 -58% 2,757 $278   $182,834,011 34
2009/08/04 7 $826,935 +8% 2,757 $300   $183,660,946 35
2009/08/05 7 $756,046 -9% 2,757 $274   $184,416,992 36
2009/08/06 7 $783,853 +4% 2,757 $284   $185,200,845 37
2009/08/07 14 $749,800 -4% 1,727 $434   $185,950,645 38
2009/08/08 14 $1,030,993 +38% 1,727 $597   $186,981,638 39
2009/08/09 12 $889,367 -14% 1,727 $515   $187,871,005 40
2009/08/10 12 $419,212 -53% 1,727 $243   $188,290,217 41
2009/08/11 11 $473,935 +13% 1,727 $274   $188,764,152 42
2009/08/12 13 $402,920 -15% 1,727 $233   $189,167,072 43
2009/08/13 12 $419,675 +4% 1,727 $243   $189,586,747 44
2009/08/14 - $359,751 -14% 858 $419   $189,946,498 45
2009/08/15 - $513,270 +43% 858 $598   $190,459,768 46
2009/08/16 - $395,679 -23% 858 $461   $190,855,447 47
2009/08/17 - $182,805 -54% 858 $213   $191,038,252 48
2009/08/18 - $236,892 +30% 858 $276   $191,275,144 49
2009/08/19 - $180,326 -24% 858 $210   $191,455,470 50
2009/08/20 - $191,051 +6% 858 $223   $191,646,521 51
2009/08/21 - $219,020 +15% 559 $392   $191,865,541 52
2009/08/22 - $310,148 +42% 559 $555   $192,175,689 53
2009/08/23 - $212,370 -32% 559 $380   $192,388,059 54
2009/08/24 - $78,768 -63% 559 $141   $192,466,827 55
2009/08/25 - $92,378 +17% 559 $165   $192,559,205 56
2009/08/26 - $80,797 -13% 559 $145   $192,640,002 57
2009/08/27 - $73,608 -9% 559 $132   $192,713,610 58
2009/08/28 - $128,178 +74% 432 $297   $192,841,788 59
2009/08/29 - $249,193 +94% 432 $577   $193,090,981 60
2009/08/30 - $159,230 -36% 432 $369   $193,250,211 61
2009/08/31 - $46,724 -71% 432 $108   $193,296,935 62
2009/09/01 - $51,345 +10% 432 $119   $193,348,280 63
2009/09/02 - $35,787 -30% 432 $83   $193,384,067 64
2009/09/03 - $37,621 +5% 432 $87   $193,421,688 65
2009/09/04 - $132,982 +253% 425 $313   $193,554,670 66
2009/09/05 - $241,890 +82% 425 $569   $193,796,560 67
2009/09/06 - $240,274 -1% 425 $565   $194,036,834 68
2009/09/07 21 $187,232 -22% 425 $441   $194,224,066 69
2009/09/08 - $30,001 -84% 425 $71   $194,254,067 70
2009/09/09 - $20,784 -31% 425 $49   $194,274,851 71
2009/09/10 - $20,047 -4% 425 $47   $194,294,898 72
2009/09/11 - $85,369 +326% 353 $242   $194,380,267 73
2009/09/12 - $184,729 +116% 353 $523   $194,564,996 74
2009/09/13 - $105,078 -43% 353 $298   $194,670,074 75
2009/09/14 - $18,657 -82% 353 $53   $194,688,731 76
2009/09/15 - $21,372 +15% 353 $61   $194,710,103 77
2009/09/16 - $18,914 -12% 353 $54   $194,729,017 78
2009/09/17 - $20,473 +8% 353 $58   $194,749,490 79
2009/09/18 - $66,960 +227% 293 $229   $194,816,450 80
2009/09/19 - $127,936 +91% 293 $437   $194,944,386 81
2009/09/20 - $84,120 -34% 293 $287   $195,028,506 82
2009/09/21 - $18,169 -78% 293 $62   $195,046,675 83
2009/09/22 - $21,094 +16% 293 $72   $195,067,769 84
2009/09/23 - $19,507 -8% 293 $67   $195,087,276 85
2009/09/24 - $18,157 -7% 293 $62   $195,105,433 86
2009/09/25 - $71,066 +291% 285 $249   $195,176,499 87
2009/09/26 - $133,305 +88% 285 $468   $195,309,804 88
2009/09/27 - $66,172 -50% 285 $232   $195,703,253 89
2009/09/28 - $18,995 -71% 285 $67   $195,410,547 90
2009/09/29 - $19,429 +2% 285 $68   $195,429,976 91
2009/09/30 - $18,038 -7% 285 $63   $195,448,014 92
2009/10/01 - $23,273 +29% 285 $82   $195,471,287 93
2009/10/02 - $56,596 +143% 263 $215   $195,527,883 94
2009/10/03 - $109,198 +93% 263 $415   $195,637,081 95
2009/10/04 - $66,172 -39% 263 $252   $195,703,253 96
2009/10/05 - $13,275 -80% 263 $50   $195,716,528 97
2009/10/06 - $14,009 +6% 263 $53   $195,730,537 98
2009/10/07 - $11,950 -15% 263 $45   $195,742,487 99
2009/10/08 - $15,077 +26% 263 $57   $195,757,564 100
2009/10/09 - $41,355 +174% 227 $182   $195,798,919 101
2009/10/10 - $71,443 +73% 227 $315   $195,870,362 102
2009/10/11 - $48,711 -32% 227 $215   $195,919,073 103
2009/10/12 - $26,424 -46% 227 $116   $195,945,497 104
2009/10/13 - $11,890 -55% 227 $52   $195,957,387 105
2009/10/14 - $11,023 -7% 263 $42   $195,968,410 106
2009/10/15 - $13,704 +24% 263 $52   $195,982,114 107
2009/10/16 - $33,532 +145% 181 $185   $196,015,646 108
2009/10/17 - $59,501 +77% 263 $226   $196,075,147 109
2009/10/18 - $37,375 -37% 263 $142   $196,112,522 110
2009/10/19 - $8,667 -77% 181 $48   $196,121,189 111
2009/10/20 - $9,496 +10% 181 $52   $196,130,685 112
2009/10/21 - $9,030 -5% 181 $50   $196,139,715 113
2009/10/22 - $10,192 +13% 181 $56   $196,149,907 114
2009/10/23 - $30,386 +198% 181 $168   $196,180,293 115
2009/10/24 - $54,511 +79% 181 $301   $196,234,804 116
2009/10/25 - $33,912 -38% 181 $187   $196,268,716 117
2009/10/26 - $8,841 -74% 142 $62   $196,277,557 118
2009/10/27 - $8,759 -1% 142 $62   $196,286,316 119
2009/10/28 - $8,228 -6% 142 $58   $196,294,544 120
2009/10/29 - $9,113 +11% 142 $64   $196,303,657 121
2009/10/30 - $15,935 +75% 108 $148   $196,319,592 122
2009/10/31 - $20,422 +28% 108 $189   $196,340,014 123
2009/11/01 - $23,391 +15% 108 $217   $196,363,405 124
2009/11/02 - $5,249 -78% 108 $49   $196,368,654 125
2009/11/03 - $6,858 +31% 108 $64   $196,375,512 126
2009/11/04 - $5,096 -26% 108 $47   $196,380,608 127
2009/11/05 - $5,677 +11% 108 $53   $196,386,285 128
2009/11/06 - $13,575 +139% 80 $170   $196,399,860 129
2009/11/07 - $27,224 +101% 80 $340   $196,427,084 130
2009/11/08 - $15,873 -42% 80 $198   $196,442,957 131
2009/11/09 - $3,923 -75% 80 $49   $196,446,880 132
2009/11/10 - $6,081 +55% 80 $76   $196,452,961 133
2009/11/11 - $14,776 +143% 80 $185   $196,467,737 134
2009/11/12 - $4,563 -69% 80 $57   $196,472,300 135

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/07/03 2 $41,690,382   4,099 $10,171   $66,732,868 5
2009/07/10 2 $27,607,497 -34% 4,102 $6,730   $119,680,193 12
2009/07/17 2 $17,561,406 -36% 3,817 $4,601   $151,865,987 19
2009/07/24 5 $8,408,430 -52% 3,300 $2,548   $171,499,101 26
2009/07/31 7 $5,526,015 -34% 2,757 $2,004   $182,068,804 33
2009/08/07 14 $2,670,160 -52% 1,727 $1,546   $187,871,005 40
2009/08/14 19 $1,268,700 -52% 858 $1,479   $190,855,447 47
2009/08/21 23 $741,538 -42% 559 $1,327   $192,388,059 54
2009/08/28 21 $536,601 -28% 432 $1,242   $193,250,211 61
2009/09/04 21 $615,146 +15% 425 $1,447   $194,036,834 68
2009/09/11 24 $375,176 -39% 353 $1,063   $194,670,074 75
2009/09/18 28 $279,016 -26% 293 $952   $195,028,506 82
2009/09/25 28 $286,119 +3% 285 $1,004   $195,391,552 89
2009/10/02 32 $231,966 -19% 263 $882   $195,703,253 96
2009/10/09 40 $161,509 -30% 227 $711   $195,919,073 103
2009/10/16 37 $130,408 -19% 181 $720   $196,112,522 110
2009/10/23 36 $118,809 -9% 142 $837   $196,268,716 117
2009/10/30 42 $59,748 -50% 108 $553   $196,363,405 124
2009/11/06 43 $56,672 -5% 80 $708   $196,442,957 131
2009/11/13 46 $47,285 -17% 73 $648   $196,519,585 138
2009/11/20 49 $31,149 -34% 59 $528   $196,573,705 145

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/1/200912,507,237 2,507,237$41,845,786$41,845,7861
11/8/200921,002,895-60% 3,510,132$17,821,444$59,667,2302
11/15/20095380,306-62% 3,890,438$6,758,038$66,425,2673
11/22/20099176,655-54% 4,067,093$2,783,906$69,209,1734
12/6/200913146,184 4,311,287$2,820,196$73,078,0776
12/13/200913212,919+46% 4,524,206$3,454,696$76,532,7737
12/20/200918151,562-29% 4,675,768$2,450,424$78,983,1978
12/27/200922144,114-5% 4,819,882$2,365,819$81,349,0159
2/7/20101942,518 4,932,324$558,002$83,058,25915
2/21/201010164,350 5,105,665$1,897,618$85,078,72817
4/4/201010135,052 5,281,281$1,146,713$86,847,28423
7/8/20121743,674 5,492,273$777,480$90,050,000141
7/15/20121452,072+19% 5,544,345$992,180$91,042,180142
7/22/20121546,506-11% 5,590,851$1,049,482$92,091,663143
7/29/20121362,847+35% 5,653,698$1,179,864$93,271,527144
8/5/20121742,046-33% 5,695,744$643,325$93,914,852145

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/1/20092194,740 194,740$4,436,181$4,436,1811
11/8/2009570,041-64% 264,782$1,627,764$6,063,9452
11/15/2009935,082-50% 299,864$815,309$6,879,2543
11/22/20091313,173-62% 313,036$263,321$7,142,5754
12/6/20091531,084 372,885$621,370$8,338,9586
12/13/20091446,391+49% 419,276$887,468$9,226,4267
12/20/2009206,175-87% 425,451$120,789$9,347,2158
1/3/20102021,730 454,536$403,315$9,887,04010
2/7/20101813,951 487,221$222,244$10,407,72115
3/7/2010723,614 518,509$585,383$11,121,42519
7/15/20121116,327 634,487$461,412$14,364,201142
7/22/20121122,064+35% 656,551$515,848$14,880,049143
7/29/20121613,901-37% 670,452$270,783$15,150,832144
8/5/20121213,226-5% 683,678$251,688$15,402,520145

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