Identity Thief

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $134,506,920Details
International Box Office $41,768,104
Worldwide Box Office $176,275,024
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $21,511,238 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,968,812 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $33,480,050
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Identity Thief is an all-star comedy in which a regular guy is forced to extreme measures to clear his name. With everything to lose after his identity is stolen, he'll find out how crazed you can get trying to settle a bad credit score. Unlimited funds have allowed Diana to live it up on the outskirts of Orlando, where the queen of retail buys whatever strikes her fancy. There’s only one glitch: The ID she's using to finance these sprees reads "Sandy Bigelow Patterson"... and it belongs to an accounts rep who lives halfway across the U.S. With only one week to hunt down the con artist before his world implodes, the real Sandy Bigelow Patterson heads south to confront the woman with an all-access pass to his life. And as he attempts to bribe, coax and wrangle her the 2,000 miles to Denver, one easy target will discover just how tough it is to get your name back.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
19% - Rotten
Audience
54% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 8th, 2013 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: June 4th, 2013 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexual content and language.
(Rating bulletin 2254, 1/9/2013)
Keywords: White Collar Crime, Confidence Men, Road Trip, Stolen Identity
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Bluegrass Films, Aggregate Films

Blu-ray Sales: Despicable Has Virtuous Result

New releases were even worse on the July 7th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart than they were on the DVD sales chart. Leading the way was Despicable Me with 88,000 units / $1.23 million for the week and 2.35 million units / $58.37 million after more than two-and-a-half years of release. This puts it just outside of the top 20 on the All-Time Blu-ray Chart, and it has already made it there as of the writing of this column. More...

DVD Sales: Jack's Regular-Sized Opening

New releases were rather sparse on the June 23rd, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart. Granted, Jack the Giant Slayer did earn first place, but it was the only new release in the top five. It sold 319,000 units and generated $4.79 million in revenue, which is weak given the film's production budget. More...

DVD Sales: Oz has a Relatively Powerful Start

New releases earned the top three spots on the DVD sales chart, but there was only one other to earn a spot in the top 30. Oz the Great and Powerful earned first place with 549,000 units / $9.97 million, which is a good result, given the time of year. More...

DVD Sales: Thief Steals Top Spot

New releases grabbed the top six spots on the DVD sales chart this week, but mainly due to a lack of competition, as there were no monster hits. These new releases were led by Identity Thief with 362,000 units / $6.25 million. It performed surprisingly well in theaters, so this result is pure gravy. More...

Blu-ray Sales: New Releases Have a Good Day on Blu-ray

The top five of the Blu-ray sales chart this week were nearly all new releases, including the first place Blu-ray, A Good Day Die Hard. This film sold 316,000 units and generated $5.86 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 58%. That's an excellent Blu-ray share, but the film missed expectations pretty much everywhere else. Meanwhile, the Legacy Box Set placed eighth with 17,000 units / $667,000. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 4th, 2013

It's a typical summer week on the home market with a good mix of first run releases and some summer TV shows coming out on DVD and Blu-ray. There are certainly some releases that are worth picking up, but nothing that will set sell records. Overall, it is solid, but unspectacular. There were a few contenders for Pick of the Week. Breaking Bad: Season Five on DVD or Blu-ray, but it is a split-season release and I'm not happy with the price-per-minute. By comparons, The Newsroom: Season One, which comes out next week, is nearly twice as long but only 25% more money. Brooklyn Castle is another contender; however, while its DVD is certainly worth picking up, I'm not sure it will have wide enough appeal. In the end, I went with Warm Bodies. It may seem like a strange choice, but it is still one of the best wide releases of the year and the DVD and the Blu-ray are loaded with extras. More...

International Box Office: Retaliation Reigns, but China Dominates

Despite falling 50%, G.I. Joe: Retaliation remained in first place on the international chart with $40.2 million on 9,220 screens in 60 markets for a two-week total of $145.2 million. This is already more than it cost to make, but this decline is troubling. Its biggest market of the weekend was Russia, where it slipped to second place with $2.57 million on 1,267 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.25 million so far. More...

International Box Office: G.I. Joe Saves the World

G.I. Joe: Retaliation opened in first place with $80.3 million in 54 markets, which is already more than its domestic pace, and it has yet to open in Japan and China. Clearly this film is going to do better internationally than it will domestically, which is a trend we have been seeing for a long time. The film's biggest opening came from Russia with $8.84 million on 1,267 screens. It was also the number one film in South Korea with $5.14 million on 761 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.98 million. Germany was close behind with $4.29 million on 461 screens for a total opening of $4.67 million. The film topped the chart in Mexico with $4.13 million on 1,503 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.94 million. It also earned first place in Australia ($4.04 million on 412 screens), in France ($3.42 million on 487), and in Brazil ($2.77 million on 492 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.08 million). On the other hand, it only managed second place in both the U.K. with $4.25 million on 419 screens and in Spain with $1.71 million on 515 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $2.51 million. More...

International Box Office: Croods Overpower Oz

The Croods debuted in first place on the international chart with $63.09 million on 11,709 screens in 46 markets, while its global opening was $106.73 million. The film led the way in Russia with $7.82 million on 2,166 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $12.65 million, including previews. It made $8.18 million on 521 screens in the U.K., also including previews, which was enough for an easy first place finish. Another first place victory came in Mexico, where it made $4.51 million on 1,990 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.80 million. It also debuted on top of the chart in Germany with $3.63 million on 728 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.21 million, while it had nearly identical results in Brazil with $3.35 million on 728 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.13 million. The film earned more number one debuts in Italy ($3.90 million on 711) and in Spain ($3.33 million on 763). More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oz Still Great

As expected, Oz the Great and Powerful easily won the box office race this weekend matching predictions nearly perfectly. The Call was a surprise hit, but unfortunately, the other wide release for the week, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, failed to find an audience. The overall box office fell 23% from last weekend to $107 million. Its decline from last year was much smaller at just 2.9%, but with 2013 so far behind 2012, any loss is still troubling. We really need to close the gap, which is now at 12% at $2.14 billion to $1.88 billion. Next weekend, it is just going to get worse. More...

Weekend Predictions: Close Call for Wonderstone?

There are two wide releases opening this week, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and The Call, but nearly everyone thinks Oz the Great and Powerful will repeat on top of the chart. Last year, 21 Jump Street opened with $36 million. Oz should match that, but 2012 still had better depth, so 2013 could be in a little bit of trouble on the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oz Was as Great as Expected

Oz the Great and Powerful matched predictions perfectly with close to $80 million. The rest of the box office was well back, but there was still reason to celebrate, as the overall box office grew 28% from last weekend to $140 million. More importantly, it rose 5.4% from last year. Even so, 2013 is still way behind 2012's pace at $1.72 billion to $1.97 billion. I don't think 2013 can recover from this deficit, especially with 2012's biggest hits yet to come. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Oz Be Great or Just Good?

There are two wide releases opening this week, but their relative box office potentials could hardly be more different. Oz the Great and Powerful is opening in nearly 4,000 theaters and could make more than the rest of the box office combined. Dead Man Down, on the other hand, is opening in barely more than 2,000 theaters and on the low end of expectations, might not make the top five. The main competition for Oz is The Lorax, which opened last year with just over $70 million, while it made close to $40 million this weekend last year. If Oz fails to match that lower number, then the box office is in world of trouble. Let's be honest, the box office is already in a world of trouble, but if Oz bombs, then it is as good as dead. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jack Was Just Average-Sized

The box office was mostly disappointing over the weekend. Jack the Giant Slayer was able to match expectations, more or less, but this was bad news because its expectations were really low compared to its production budget. The other two wide releases, 21 and Over and The Last Exorcism Part II both struggled and failed to live up to the low end of expectations. There was a fourth film that was supposed to open wide, but in the end, Phantom opened in barely more than 1,000 theaters and didn't even come close to the Mendoza Line. The overall box office did grow by 6.0% from last weekend to $109 million. However, that was 35% lower than the same weekend last year. This is several layers of disaster. Year-to-date, 2013 has pulled in $1.55 billion, but that is 7.9% lower than 2012's pace. I don't see it getting better going forward and for the most part, the rest of the month is really bad in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will There Be Any Giants at the Box Office?

There are four wide releases this week, but only one of them, Jack the Giant Slayer, has a real shot at first place. I think 21 and Over and The Last Exorcism Part II should be in a close race for second place, but not everyone agrees. As for Phantom, most think it won't even reach the top ten. As for this weekend last year, The Lorax led the way with just over $70 million. There's no real chance any film will earn that much this weekend. In fact, there's a small chance Jack the Giant Slayer won't match Project X's opening of $21 million. It's going to be a bad weekend at the box office. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oscars Steal the Spotlight

The Oscars proved to be too much competition for the new releases as neither Snitch nor Dark Skies were able to find much success. Indeed, it was Identity Thief that rose to top spot in its third week of release. Most films in the top five were able to at least match expectations, but the overall box office still plummeted 27% from last weekend to just $103 million. The comparison to last year was not quite as bad, but it was still down by a stunning 23%. Ouch. 2013 is now behind 2012 by a full $100 million or 6.7% at $1.41 billion to $1.51 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Identity Thief Regains Top Spot

The box office crown for Oscar weekend will be claimed by Identity Thief, according to studio estimates released on Sunday morning, even though the comedy will fall by a relatively large 41% from last weekend. So its win is in large part due to the low-key new releases: Snitch will be second with $13 million in a modest 2,511 theaters and Dark Skies is headed for 6th place with $8.85 million from 2,313 theaters. Neither new film has particularly low per theater averages ($5,177 and $3,826 respectively), so their so-so debuts are as much a factor of their smallish opening theater counts as lack of demand. More...

Weekend Predictions: Dark Skies for New Releases

There are just two wide releases coming out this week, Snitch and Dark Skies. Most analysts think Snitch is the stronger of the two films, but most also think Identity Thief will return to top spot. Looking at all of the evidence, it certainly seems that way. Unless one of the new releases is a truly big surprise, it looks like we won't keep pace with last year again this weekend. 2013 needed to get off to a really fast start, because there's no film that's going to match The Hunger Games, and once we are dealing with that film in the year-over-year comparison, 2013 might be sunk for good. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Death of a Franchise

The Valentine's Day / President's Day five-day weekend wasn't as lucrative as many had hoped, at least not at the top, which is really bad news for a year that is not off to a great start. A Good Day to Die Hard won the race, but barely, with Identity Thief coming in a very close second over the weekend. Other new releases, like Safe Haven and Escape From Planet Earth did better than expected, while Beautiful Creatures crashed. The overall box office did rise by 36% to $141 million over the three-day period, but the holiday explains that growth. Compare to last year, 2013 actually failed to match last President's Day by 9.3% over the three-day period and with $168 million including Monday, missed the four-day period by 13%. Year-to-date, 2013 is behind 2012 by 6.7% at $1.28 billion to $1.37 billion. I am officially concerned. More...

Weekend Estimates: Die Hard to Win Close Weekend Race

President's Day weekend will end with a win and a solid opening for A Good Day to Die Hard, based on studio estimates released on Sunday, but it'll be a close run thing. Safe Haven was a predictable winner on Valentine's Day but has faded fast and is projected to earn $21.4 million Friday-Sunday for third place. Second place is going to be claimed by Identity Thief with about $23.4 million over three days, during which time it has steadily caught up with Die Hard, so much so that it has a good chance of winning the day on Monday. The Bruce Willis actioner will, however, get to claim the title for the weekend with a respectable $25 million for three days and close to $40 million in total by the end of Monday. More...

Weekend Predictions: All the Presidents' Valentines

It's Valentine's Day today, while Monday is President's Day, so the box office has an unofficial five-day weekend. There's not much of a mystery regarding which of the four wide releases will top the chart this weekend, as nearly everyone expects A Good Day to Die Hard will come out on top. Maybe Safe Haven will earn first place tonight, but very few expect that will last after Valentine's day. Despite earning better than expected reviews, Beautiful Creatures isn't expected to compete for the top spot, or even second place. So far there are no reviews for Escape From Planet Earth and it might be stuck in fifth place. Because of a misalignment in Valentine's Day, we should do better this weekend compared to the same weekend last year, which is good news, as 2013 is in a mini-slump. More...

Per Theater Chart: Gate Keeps Out Thief

The Gatekeepers remained in first place in the per theater chart with an average of $14,024 in three theaters. The only other film to top $10,000 on the per theater chart was Identity Thief with an average of $11,000, which is amazing for a wide release at this time of year. More...

Contest: A Real Steal: Winning Announcement

The winners of our A Real Steal contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Storm Doesn't Slow Down Thief's Start

It was a great week at the box office, all things considered, with Identity Thief crushing expectations and all of the holdovers matching theirs. Only Side Effects struggled at the box office. This helped the overall box office climb 18% from last week to $104 million. This was 47% lower than the same weekend last year; however, this weekend last year was Valentine's weekend, which is one of the biggest non-holiday weekends of the year, so the comparison isn't fair. As I predicted last week, the lead 2013 had built up has evaporated and it is now 1.2% lower than 2012 at $1.05 billion to $1.06 billion. Since Valentine's Day is this Thursday, we should make up the difference quickly. More...

Weekend Estimates: Identity Thief Makes Sneak Assault at the Box Office

Universal has a winner on its hands this weekend, as Identity Thief is set to make a very impressive $36.5 million or so, according to their Sunday tracking, and that in spite of the big storm in the Northeast (reportedly causing a 10% at the box office) and mediocre reviews. The performance is perhaps helped by the surfeit of Oscar-hopefuls and action movies in theaters recently, and is clearly also a feather in the cap for stars Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy. The weekend's other opener, Side Effects is set for a more modest $10 million, which isn't exactly DOA, but is at best on life support. Perhaps good word of mouth will help it hang on in theaters for a while. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Side Effects Steal the Win from Identity Thief

There are two wide releases this week, Identity Thief and Side Effects. One of these films is earning amazing reviews and one of them is the overwhelming favorite to win the box office race. Identity Thief looks like it is going to finish in first place and it's only real competition is from last year. Last year the box office was led by a one-two punch of The Vow and Safe House, both of which earned more than $40 million. No movie is going to do that this year, so 2013 is going to lose big this week. More...

2013 Preview: February

For the most part, January was a really good month and 2013 got off to a really good start. I'm not so sure about February, on the other hand. There's only one film that has a statistically significant shot at $100 million, A Good Day to Die Hard, but I'm a little concerned that it won't live up to expectations. The franchise has been around a long time and it is possible that the target audience has either moved on or are too young to remember when these films were huge at the box office. The film I'm most looking forward to seeing is Warm Bodies, which is earning amazing early reviews (the keyword there is "early"), but it is too high-concept to be a major hit. Last February, there were a couple of films that topped $100 million, plus a few other midlevel hits. I would like to think that would also be the case this year, but I have to be more cautious than that. The evidence points to a weak month ahead, for the most part. More...

Contest: A Real Steal

Next week there are two wide releases, Side Effects and Identity Thief. Side Effects will likely be the better film, but Identity Thief will likely have the faster opening, and since we are looking at the box office numbers, it is the choice for target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Identity Thief. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a prize pack from Femme Fatales. This includes a DVD of the first season, a signed script, a signed mini-poster, and limited edition trading cards. Meanwhile, there will be five additional entrants chosen and each of them will win a copy of Femme Fatales: Season One on DVD. Because of the nature of the show (it is a Cinemax show, so there's more nudity than most cable shows) we have some family friendly alternative prizes.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Cast

Jason Bateman    Sandy Patterson
Melissa McCarthy    Diana
Jon Favreau    Harold Cornish
Amanda Peet    Trish Patterson
Tip "T.I." Harris    Julian
Genesis Rodriguez    Marisol
Morris Chestnut    Detective Reilly
John Cho    Daniel Casey
Robert Patrick    Skiptracer
Eric Stonestreet    Big Chuck
Jonathan Banks    Paul
Ryan Gaul    Bartender
Steve Mallory    Party Guy
Tyler Nilson    Party Guy
Steve Little    Party Guy's Buddy
Andrew Friedman    Tequila Guys
Antwan Mills    Winter Park Cops
Iann Quinn    Winter Park Cops
Diva Tyler    Booking Officer
Mary-Charles Jones    Franny Patterson
Maggie Elizabeth Jones    Jessie Patterson
Sope Aluka    Secretary at Prominence Denver
Brett Baker    Alec
Nevaina    Cosmetics Girl
Diolita Arnold    Cosmetic Girl
Jamie Moore    Electronics Store Employee
Brenda Cannon    Jewelry Store Salesperson
Badar Shahid    Cellphone Kiosk Salesman
Carlos Navarro    Luis Gas Station Attendant
Nelson Bonella    Cop Giving Traffic Ticket
Angelyn Pass    New Catalyst Receptionist
Lori Beth Edgeman    Arlene in the Lady's Choice Salon
Ben Falcone    Tony/Motel Desk Clerk
Kate Graham    Counter Girl
Deacon Dawson    Witness on Highway
Geordie White    Traffic Stop
Steve Witting    Carl/Bus Station Attendant
Tim Amdrews    Used Car Salesman
Gary Weeks    Security Guard - Prominence Offices
Matthew Burke    Ken Talbott
Craig A. Meyer    St. Louis Terrace Clerk
Lee Spencer    St. Louis Terrace Manager
Topher Payne    Hairdresser
Carmela Zumbado    Salon Salesperson
Zeeky Minnis    Salon Salesperson
John Eddins    St. Louis Cop
Dale W. Bernhard    St. Louis Cop
Nicole Dukes    Prison Guard

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Seth Gordon
Screenwriter    Craig Mazin
Story Creator    Jerry Eeten
Story by    Craig Mazin
Producer    Scott Stuber
Producer    Jason Bateman
Producer    Pamela Abdy
Executive Producer    Peter Morgan
Executive Producer    Dan Kolsrud
Cinematographer    Javier Aguirresarobe
Production Designer    Shepherd Frankel
Editor    Peter Teschner
Costume Designer    Carol Ramsey
Music Supervisor    Dana Sano
Composer    Christopher Lennertz
Casting    Lisa Beach
Casting Director    Sarah Katzman
Unit Production Manager    Marcei A. Brown
Unit Production Manager    Dan Kolsrud
First Assistant Director    Darin Rivetti
Art Director    Andrew Max Cahn
Assistant Art Director    Calla Klessig
Assistant Art Director    Sean Jennings
Set Decorator    Maria Nay
Set Decorator    James Tocci
Stunt Coordinator    Gary Hymes

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/02/08 1 $11,087,755   3,141 $3,530   $11,087,755 1
2013/02/09 1 $14,809,815 +34% 3,141 $4,715   $25,897,570 2
2013/02/10 1 $8,653,455 -42% 3,141 $2,755   $34,551,025 3
2013/02/11 1 $2,497,095 -71% 3,141 $795   $37,048,120 4
2013/02/12 1 $2,826,900 +13% 3,141 $900   $39,875,020 5
2013/02/13 1 $2,041,655 -28% 3,141 $650   $41,916,675 6
2013/02/14 3 $5,371,110 +163% 3,141 $1,710   $47,287,785 7
2013/02/15 3 $6,519,995 +21% 3,165 $2,060   $53,807,780 8
2013/02/16 2 $9,906,450 +52% 3,165 $3,130   $63,714,230 9
2013/02/17 2 $7,247,850 -27% 3,165 $2,290   $70,962,080 10
2013/02/18 3 $3,782,175 -48% 3,165 $1,195   $74,744,255 11
2013/02/19 2 $1,867,350 -51% 3,165 $590   $76,611,605 12
2013/02/20 1 $1,471,725 -21% 3,165 $465   $78,083,330 13
2013/02/21 1 $1,519,200 +3% 3,165 $480   $79,602,530 14
2013/02/22 2 $4,092,850 +169% 3,222 $1,270   $83,695,380 15
2013/02/23 1 $6,668,780 +63% 3,222 $2,070   $90,364,160 16
2013/02/24 2 $3,255,455 -51% 3,222 $1,010   $93,619,615 17
2013/02/25 1 $934,380 -71% 3,222 $290   $94,553,995 18
2013/02/26 1 $1,224,360 +31% 3,222 $380   $95,778,355 19
2013/02/27 1 $950,325 -22% 3,222 $295   $96,728,680 20
2013/02/28 1 $998,425 +5% 3,222 $310   $97,727,105 21
2013/03/01 4 $2,729,350 +173% 3,230 $845   $100,456,455 22
2013/03/02 2 $4,651,200 +70% 3,230 $1,440   $105,107,655 23
2013/03/03 2 $2,325,595 -50% 3,230 $720   $107,433,250 24
2013/03/04 3 $629,850 -73% 3,230 $195   $108,063,100 25
2013/03/05 3 $807,335 +28% 3,230 $250   $108,870,435 26
2013/03/06 3 $678,300 -16% 3,230 $210   $109,548,735 27
2013/03/07 3 $662,150 -2% 3,230 $205   $110,210,885 28
2013/03/08 4 $1,801,200 +172% 3,002 $600   $112,012,085 29
2013/03/09 3 $2,986,990 +66% 3,002 $995   $114,999,075 30
2013/03/10 3 $1,546,030 -48% 3,002 $515   $116,545,105 31
2013/03/11 3 $585,390 -62% 3,002 $195   $117,130,495 32
2013/03/12 3 $780,520 +33% 3,002 $260   $117,911,015 33
2013/03/13 3 $630,420 -19% 3,002 $210   $118,541,435 34
2013/03/14 3 $645,430 +2% 3,002 $215   $119,186,865 35
2013/03/15 5 $1,349,950 +109% 2,842 $475   $120,536,815 36
2013/03/16 5 $2,032,030 +51% 2,842 $715   $122,568,845 37
2013/03/17 5 $1,037,330 -49% 2,842 $365   $123,606,175 38
2013/03/18 5 $356,505 -66% 2,842 $125   $123,962,680 39
2013/03/19 5 $439,980 +23% 2,842 $155   $124,402,660 40
2013/03/20 5 $396,990 -10% 2,842 $140   $124,799,650 41
2013/03/21 5 $382,295 -4% 2,842 $135   $125,181,945 42
2013/03/22 9 $758,085 +98% 2,166 $350   $125,940,030 43
2013/03/23 9 $1,212,960 +60% 2,166 $560   $127,152,990 44
2013/03/24 9 $617,310 -49% 2,166 $285   $127,770,300 45
2013/03/25 9 $259,920 -58% 2,166 $120   $128,030,220 46
2013/03/26 9 $303,240 +17% 2,166 $140   $128,333,460 47
2013/03/27 9 $249,090 -18% 2,166 $115   $128,582,550 48
2013/03/28 10 $235,340 -6% 2,166 $109   $128,817,890 49
2013/03/29 11 $400,340 +70% 1,082 $370   $129,218,230 50
2013/03/30 11 $432,785 +8% 1,082 $400   $129,651,015 51
2013/03/31 12 $265,090 -39% 1,082 $245   $129,916,105 52
2013/04/01 12 $140,660 -47% 1,082 $130   $130,056,765 53
2013/04/02 12 $129,840 -8% 1,082 $120   $130,186,605 54
2013/04/03 11 $119,020 -8% 1,082 $110   $130,305,625 55
2013/04/04 11 $130,005 +9% 1,082 $120   $130,435,630 56
2013/04/05 12 $252,350 +94% 721 $350   $130,687,980 57
2013/04/06 12 $364,105 +44% 721 $505   $131,052,085 58
2013/04/07 13 $180,250 -50% 721 $250   $131,232,335 59
2013/04/08 13 $57,680 -68% 721 $80   $131,290,015 60
2013/04/09 13 $68,855 +19% 721 $95   $131,358,870 61
2013/04/10 13 $60,945 -11% 721 $85   $131,419,815 62
2013/04/11 13 $61,025 n/c 721 $85   $131,480,840 63
2013/04/12 15 $155,085 +154% 564 $275   $131,635,925 64
2013/04/13 15 $262,260 +69% 564 $465   $131,898,185 65
2013/04/14 15 $124,080 -53% 564 $220   $132,022,265 66
2013/04/15 16 $39,225 -68% 564 $70   $132,061,490 67
2013/04/16 16 $47,940 +22% 564 $85   $132,109,430 68
2013/04/17 16 $42,300 -12% 564 $75   $132,151,730 69
2013/04/18 16 $39,480 -7% 564 $70   $132,191,210 70
2013/04/19 - $139,185 +253% 480 $290   $132,330,395 71
2013/04/20 - $240,000 +72% 480 $500   $132,570,395 72
2013/04/21 - $105,600 -56% 480 $220   $132,675,995 73
2013/04/22 - $31,200 -70% 480 $65   $132,707,195 74
2013/04/23 - $40,800 +31% 480 $85   $132,747,995 75
2013/04/24 - $33,600 -18% 480 $70   $132,781,595 76
2013/04/25 - $28,785 -14% 480 $60   $132,810,380 77
2013/04/26 - $106,250 +269% 425 $250   $132,916,630 78
2013/04/27 - $174,245 +64% 425 $410   $133,090,875 79
2013/04/28 - $70,115 -60% 425 $165   $133,160,990 80
2013/04/29 - $21,250 -70% 425 $50   $133,182,240 81
2013/04/30 - $25,500 +20% 425 $60   $133,207,740 82
2013/05/01 - $21,195 -17% 425 $50   $133,228,935 83
2013/05/02 - $21,460 +1% 425 $50   $133,250,395 84
2013/05/03 - $59,995 +180% 300 $200   $133,310,390 85
2013/05/04 - $96,010 +60% 300 $320   $133,406,400 86
2013/05/05 - $48,005 -50% 300 $160   $133,454,405 87
2013/05/06 - $16,495 -66% 300 $55   $133,470,900 88
2013/05/07 - $18,140 +10% 300 $60   $133,489,040 89
2013/05/08 - $16,350 -10% 300 $55   $133,505,390 90
2013/05/09 - $16,615 +2% 300 $55   $133,522,005 91
2013/05/10 - $48,825 +194% 279 $175   $133,570,830 92
2013/05/11 - $80,910 +66% 279 $290   $133,651,740 93
2013/05/12 - $62,850 -22% 279 $225   $133,714,590 94
2013/05/13 - $14,085 -78% 279 $50   $133,728,675 95
2013/05/14 - $15,480 +10% 279 $55   $133,744,155 96
2013/05/15 - $15,210 -2% 279 $55   $133,759,365 97
2013/05/16 - $15,285 n/c 279 $55   $133,774,650 98
2013/05/17 - $56,635 +271% 241 $235   $133,831,285 99
2013/05/18 - $93,990 +66% 241 $390   $133,925,275 100
2013/05/19 - $63,865 -32% 241 $265   $133,989,140 101
2013/05/20 - $15,785 -75% 241 $65   $134,004,925 102
2013/05/21 - $15,545 -2% 241 $65   $134,020,470 103
2013/05/22 - $14,415 -7% 241 $60   $134,034,885 104
2013/05/23 - $14,580 +1% 241 $60   $134,049,465 105
2013/05/24 - $58,905 +304% 187 $315   $134,108,370 106
2013/05/25 - $83,215 +41% 187 $445   $134,191,585 107
2013/05/26 - $65,450 -21% 187 $350   $134,257,035 108
2013/05/27 - $31,790 -51% 187 $170   $134,288,825 109
2013/05/28 - $13,005 -59% 187 $70   $134,301,830 110
2013/05/29 - $11,255 -13% 187 $60   $134,313,085 111
2013/05/30 - $13,090 +16% 187 $70   $134,326,175 112
2013/05/31 - $37,500 +186% 150 $250   $134,363,675 113
2013/06/01 - $57,750 +54% 150 $385   $134,421,425 114
2013/06/02 - $33,750 -42% 150 $225   $134,455,175 115
2013/06/03 - $10,500 -69% 150 $70   $134,465,675 116
2013/06/04 - $13,500 +29% 150 $90   $134,479,175 117
2013/06/05 - $14,175 +5% 150 $95   $134,493,350 118
2013/06/06 - $13,570 -4% 150 $90   $134,506,920 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/02/08 1 $34,551,025   3,141 $11,000   $34,551,025 3
2013/02/15 2 $23,674,295 -31% 3,165 $7,480   $70,962,080 10
2013/02/22 1 $14,017,085 -41% 3,222 $4,350   $93,619,615 17
2013/03/01 2 $9,706,145 -31% 3,230 $3,005   $107,433,250 24
2013/03/08 3 $6,334,220 -35% 3,002 $2,110   $116,545,105 31
2013/03/15 5 $4,419,310 -30% 2,842 $1,555   $123,606,175 38
2013/03/22 9 $2,588,355 -41% 2,166 $1,195   $127,770,300 45
2013/03/29 11 $1,098,215 -58% 1,082 $1,015   $129,916,105 52
2013/04/05 12 $796,705 -27% 721 $1,105   $131,232,335 59
2013/04/12 15 $541,425 -32% 564 $960   $132,022,265 66
2013/04/19 18 $484,785 -10% 480 $1,010   $132,675,995 73
2013/04/26 20 $350,610 -28% 425 $825   $133,160,990 80
2013/05/03 19 $204,010 -42% 300 $680   $133,454,405 87
2013/05/10 19 $192,585 -6% 279 $690   $133,714,590 94
2013/05/17 22 $214,490 +11% 241 $890   $133,989,140 101
2013/05/24 20 $207,570 -3% 187 $1,110   $134,257,035 108
2013/05/31 21 $129,000 -38% 150 $860   $134,455,175 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/9/20131362,398 362,398$6,247,742$6,247,7421
6/16/20134174,765-52% 537,163$3,488,309$9,736,0512
6/23/20134124,515-29% 661,678$2,485,319$12,221,3703
6/30/20136103,758-17% 765,436$2,069,972$14,291,3424
7/7/2013882,314-21% 847,750$1,640,518$15,931,8605
7/14/20131345,289-45% 893,039$903,516$16,835,3766
7/21/20131832,875-27% 925,914$655,856$17,491,2327
7/28/20131543,409+32% 969,323$673,708$18,164,9408
8/4/20131623,739-45% 993,062$473,593$18,638,5339

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/9/20132272,314 272,314$5,557,921$5,557,9211
6/16/2013764,236-76% 336,550$1,537,818$7,095,7392
6/23/2013644,999-30% 381,549$1,072,321$8,168,0603
6/30/2013742,311-6% 423,859$1,013,761$9,181,8214
7/7/2013442,045-1% 465,904$1,007,400$10,189,2215
7/14/20131117,689-58% 483,593$421,884$10,611,1056
7/21/2013139,333-47% 492,927$220,546$10,831,6517
7/28/20131018,709+100% 511,636$302,337$11,133,9888
8/4/2013198,294-56% 519,929$195,650$11,329,6389

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