Immortals

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $83,504,017Details
International Box Office $128,058,418
Worldwide Box Office $211,562,435
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $19,043,406 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $16,823,702 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $35,867,108
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Synopsis

The brutal and bloodthirsty King Hyperion and his murderous Heraklion army are rampaging across Greece in search of the long lost Bow of Epirus. With the invincible Bow, the king will be able to overthrow the Gods of Olympus and become the undisputed master of his world. With ruthless efficiency, Hyperion and his legions destroy everything in their wake, and it seems nothing will stop the evil king's mission. As village after village is obliterated, a stonemason named Theseus vows to avenge the death of his mother in one of Hyperion's raids. When Theseus meets the Sybelline Oracle, Phaedra, her disturbing visions of the young man's future convince her that he is the key to stopping the destruction. With her help, Theseus assembles a small band of followers and embraces his destiny in a final desperate battle for the future of humanity.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
35% - Rotten
Audience
49% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$75,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 11th, 2011 (Wide) by Relativity
Video Release: March 6th, 2012 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sequences of strong bloody violence, and a scene of sexuality.
(Rating bulletin 2193, 10/12/2011)
Keywords: Visual Effects, Sword and Sandal, War, Gods and Goddesses, Fate or Destiny, Psychics, Revenge, 3-D
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

Blu-ray Sales: Tintin Finds First Spot

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

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

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

DVD Sales: Immortals and Throne Both Have Claim to Top Spot

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart with two DVDs having a legitimate claim to the top spot. Immortals sold the most units 649,000 units, while its revenue was the second best for the week at $11.12 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Immortals and Game Battle for Blu-ray Throne

As it was on the DVD sales chart, there was a battle for first place on the Blu-ray sales chart between two new releases. Immortals beat Game of Thrones: Season Two in terms of units, 927,000 units to 680,000 units. However, Game comes out ahead in terms of revenue at $29.89 million to $21.31 million. As far as the two releases opening week Blu-ray share, Immortals managed 59% while Game earned 57%. Both of those results are fantastic. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 6th, 2012

The number of big releases coming out this week can be counted on the fingers of one hand. The biggest theatrical release of the week is Immortals, but its reviews were weak enough that I think it might struggle on the home market in comparison. There are also a few catalog titles coming out on Blu-ray that are note-worthy, like To Catch a Thief. However, by far the biggest release, and the best, is Game of Thrones: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray, the latter of which is the Pick of the Week with To Catch a Thief not too far behind. More...

International Box Office: Puss Boots Twilight out of Top Spot

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

International Box Office: Competition Can't Touch Twilight

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

International Box Office: Twilight is a Ray of Sunshine at the Box Office

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 wasn't the only film playing internationally, but it might as well have been with how much it dominated the box office. It opened with $152.9 million on 9,950 screens in 54 markets for a global opening of $291.0 million. This was the best opening for the franchise so far, although Part 2 will likely top it. Its biggest opening came from the U.K. where it managed $21.84 million on 543 screens, while it also topped the chart in Russia with $15.85 million on 1,268. It earned nearly identical results in Italy ($12.10 million on 719) and in Australia ($12.01 million on 618). Other first place results include Spain ($11.73 million on 957); Brazil ($10.29 million on 1,008); and Mexico ($10.12 million on 2,176). On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in France, but still managed a very strong $14.85 million on 759 screens. The film opens in Germany this weekend, while it doesn't finish its run till February when it debuts in Japan. More...

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

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

Weekend Predictions: Will Breaking Dawn Break Records?

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

Melancholia has a Finite Result on Per Theater Chart

Melancholia led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $13,535 in 19 theaters. It was playing in more theaters than most limited releases debut in, but for a film with Oscar aspirations, this was a weaker result that I would have liked. It also might hurt the film's Oscar chances; after all, people can't vote for films they haven't seen. The overall box office leader, Immortals, placed second with an average of $10,349, which is about $3,000 more than I was expecting. More...

International Box Office: Immortals Starts as Gods of the Box Office

Immortals opened in first place internationally with an estimated $38 million in three dozen theaters. (Because the film's international run is being handled by multiple studios, getting exact numbers was delayed.) Its biggest market was Russia, where it earned first place with $8.68 million on 1,236 screens, while it earned $5.5 million in China. The film also debuted in first place in South Korea with $3.99 million on 633 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.95 million. It took top spot in the U.K. with $3.45 million on 428 screens and in Germany with $2.63 million on 440. On the other hand, it bombed in Japan earning just $1.26 million on 462 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $1.69 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Immortals Avoid a Quick Death

We finally had some good news, as there was a surprise hit at the box office. Immortals opened with substantially more than expected, while the rest of the top five at least came within $500,000 of weekend predictions. This led to an increase from last weekend of 20% to $136 million, while compared to last year, the box office was 12% higher. There is still some bad news. For instance, 2011 is still behind 2010's pace by about 4% at $8.83 billion to $9.19 billion. Also, in order to catch up, we need to maintain year-over-year gains that are about twice as high as they were this weekend. I don't see that happening. More...

Weekend Estimates: Immortals Easily Wins Three-Way Race

Relativity will enjoy a relatively comfortable win at the box office this weekend, based on Sunday estimates. 3D fantasy action movie Immortals is set to earn about $32 million, according to their Sunday estimate, and will comfortably beat fellow-opener Jack and Jill. The Adam Sandler comedy is projected to earn $26 million, which makes it essentially tied with Puss in Boots. The animated adventure will be down just 22% this weekend and has passed $100 million at the box office in its third weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Sandler Slay Immortals, or Will Boots Beat Them All?

2011 continues to stumble to the finish line and I'm starting to get more than a little depressed at the overall box office numbers. This week we have three wide releases, if you stretch the definition of wide a little bit, as J. Edgar will open in less than 2,000 theaters. On the other hand, both Jack and Jill and Immortals are opening in 3,000 theaters and both have a shot at first place. However, Puss in Boots has an even better shot at holding onto first place for the third weekend in a row. While this is good news for Puss in Boots, it's bad news for the box office as a whole. It will likely earn substantially less than last year's number one film, Megamind. The combined openings of the three wide releases coming out this week will likely be larger than three wide releases from last year. If there's a pleasant surprise or two, 2011 will be able to earn the win. At least there's little chance we will see the kind of year-over-year declines we saw the last two weeks. More...

2011 Preview: November

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

Cast

Henry Cavill    Theseus
Mickey Rourke    King Hyperion
Luke Evans    Zeus
Freida Pinto    Phaedra
John Hurt    Old Man
Isabel Lucas    Athena
Kellan Lutz    Poseidon
Joseph Morgan    Lysander
Peter Stebbings    Helios
Kristel Verbeke    Demeter
Robert Naylor    Young Theseus
Alisha Nagarsheth    Young Phaedra
Greg Bryk    Nycomedes
Stephen McHattie    Cassander
Dylan Smith    Stephanos
Aron Tomori    Young Lysander
Anne Day-Jones    Aethra
Gage Munroe    Acamas
Daniel Sharman    Ares
Matthew G. Taylor    Mondragon
Neil Napier    Beast Master
Romano Orzari    Icarus
Steve Byers    Heracles
Robert Maillet    Minotaur
Corey Sevier    Apollo
Alan Van Sprang    Dareios
Mercedes Leggett    High Priestess
Ayisha Issa    High Priestess
Kaniehtiio Horn    High Priestess
Abdul Ayoola    Cercyon
Stephen Dorff    Stavros

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tarsem Singh
Screenwriter    Vlas Parlapanides
Screenwriter    Charles Parlapanides
Producer    Gianni Nunnari
Producer    Mark Canton
Producer    Ryan Kavanaugh
Executive Producer    Tucker Tooley
Executive Producer    Tommy Turtle
Executive Producer    Jeff Waxman
Cinematographer    Brendan Galvin
Production Designer    Tom Foden
Editor    Stu Levy
Costume Designer    Eiko Ishioka
Visual Effects Supervisor    Raymond Gieringer
Co-Executive Producer    Craig J. Flores
Co-Executive Producer    Robbie Brenner
Co-Executive Producer    Rene Rigal
Co-Producer    Kenneth Halsband
Editor    Wyatt Jones
Editor    David Rosenbloom
Composer    Trevor Morris
Music Supervisor    Happy Walters
Music Supervisor    Bob Bowen
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael Manson
Supervising Art Director    Michele Laliberte
Art Director    Jean Kazemirchuk
Art Director    Felix Lariviere-Charron
Set Decorator    Hans Barzeele
Set Decorator    Bruce Farrell
Sound Mixer    Don Cohen
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Timothy Carden
Supervising Sound Editor    Mandell Winter
Sound Designer    Leslie Shatz
Re-recording Mixer    Leslie Shatz
Re-recording Mixer    Chris David
Re-recording Mixer    Gabriel J. Serrano
Special Effects Supervisor    Ryal Cosgrove
Stunt Coordinator    Arthur Malesci
Stunt Coordinator    Marc Desourdy
Senior Stereographer    David Stump
Senior Stereographer    Ben Murray
Fight Choreographer    Jean Frenette
Associate Producer    Shannon Gaulding
Associate Producer    Nico Soultanakis
Associate Producer    David Hopwood
Second Unit Director    Artie Malesci
Second Unit Camera    Colin Watkinson
Casting Director    Joseph Middleton
Casting Director    Andrea Kenyon
Casting Director    Randi Wells
Dialogue Editor    Victoria Sampson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/11 1 $14,841,483   3,112 $4,769   $14,841,483 1
2011/11/12 1 $10,128,045 -32% 3,112 $3,255   $24,969,528 2
2011/11/13 1 $7,236,897 -29% 3,112 $2,325   $32,206,425 3
2011/11/14 1 $2,439,693 -66% 3,112 $784   $34,646,118 4
2011/11/15 1 $2,630,131 +8% 3,112 $845   $37,276,249 5
2011/11/16 1 $1,865,629 -29% 3,112 $599   $39,141,878 6
2011/11/17 1 $1,586,052 -15% 3,112 $510   $40,727,930 7
2011/11/18 3 $3,814,582 +141% 3,120 $1,223   $44,542,512 8
2011/11/19 4 $5,090,365 +33% 3,120 $1,632   $49,632,877 9
2011/11/20 3 $3,447,012 -32% 3,120 $1,105   $53,079,889 10
2011/11/21 3 $1,325,195 -62% 3,120 $425   $54,405,084 11
2011/11/22 3 $1,697,016 +28% 3,120 $544   $56,102,100 12
2011/11/23 6 $1,813,323 +7% 2,677 $677   $57,915,423 13
2011/11/24 5 $1,915,653 +6% 2,677 $716   $59,831,076 14
2011/11/25 7 $3,520,395 +84% 2,677 $1,315   $63,351,471 15
2011/11/26 7 $3,500,014 -1% 2,677 $1,307   $66,851,485 16
2011/11/27 7 $1,855,496 -47% 2,677 $693   $68,706,981 17
2011/11/28 3 $623,461 -66% 2,677 $233   $69,330,442 18
2011/11/29 3 $712,805 +14% 2,677 $266   $70,043,247 19
2011/11/30 3 $563,259 -21% 2,677 $210   $70,606,506 20
2011/12/01 3 $587,779 +4% 2,677 $220   $71,194,285 21
2011/12/02 8 $1,369,043 +133% 2,627 $521   $72,563,328 22
2011/12/03 8 $1,892,684 +38% 2,627 $720   $74,456,012 23
2011/12/04 7 $1,203,162 -36% 2,627 $458   $75,659,174 24
2011/12/05 4 $426,225 -65% 2,627 $162   $76,085,399 25
2011/12/06 4 $494,019 +16% 2,627 $188   $76,579,418 26
2011/12/07 4 $412,170 -17% 2,627 $157   $76,991,588 27
2011/12/08 4 $415,917 +1% 2,627 $158   $77,407,505 28
2011/12/09 11 $729,710 +75% 2,299 $317   $78,137,215 29
2011/12/10 11 $1,056,620 +45% 2,299 $460   $79,193,835 30
2011/12/11 10 $674,897 -36% 2,299 $294   $79,868,732 31
2011/12/12 8 $282,041 -58% 2,299 $123   $80,150,773 32
2011/12/13 8 $334,427 +19% 2,299 $145   $80,485,200 33
2011/12/14 8 $280,732 -16% 2,299 $122   $80,765,932 34
2011/12/15 8 $272,073 -3% 2,299 $118   $81,038,005 35
2011/12/16 15 $239,461 -12% 1,216 $197   $81,277,466 36
2011/12/17 15 $348,035 +45% 1,216 $286   $81,625,501 37
2011/12/18 14 $263,875 -24% 1,216 $217   $81,889,376 38
2011/12/19 14 $139,186 -47% 1,216 $114   $82,028,562 39
2011/12/20 14 $123,516 -11% 1,216 $102   $82,152,078 40
2011/12/21 - $44,264 -64% 1,216 $36   $82,196,342 41
2011/12/22 - $47,280 +7% 1,216 $39   $82,243,622 42
2011/12/23 - $46,643 -1% 228 $205   $82,290,265 43
2011/12/24 - $27,854 -40% 228 $122   $82,318,119 44
2011/12/25 - $46,462 +67% 228 $204   $82,364,581 45
2011/12/26 - $50,766 +9% 228 $223   $82,415,347 46
2011/12/27 - $39,778 -22% 228 $174   $82,455,125 47
2011/12/28 - $38,263 -4% 228 $168   $82,493,388 48
2011/12/29 - $38,241 n/c 228 $168   $82,531,629 49
2011/12/30 - $45,612 +19% 228 $200   $82,577,241 50
2011/12/31 - $25,767 -44% 228 $113   $82,603,008 51
2012/01/01 - $53,991 +110% 228 $237   $82,656,999 52
2012/01/02 - $42,433 -21% 228 $186   $82,699,432 53
2012/01/03 - $23,534 -45% 228 $103   $82,722,966 54
2012/01/04 - $19,766 -16% 228 $87   $82,742,732 55
2012/01/05 - $19,807 n/c 228 $87   $82,762,539 56
2012/01/06 - $28,333 +43% 128 $221   $82,790,872 57
2012/01/07 - $35,706 +26% 128 $279   $82,826,578 58
2012/01/08 - $25,335 -29% 128 $198   $82,851,913 59
2012/01/09 - $10,070 -60% 128 $79   $82,861,983 60
2012/01/10 - $12,318 +22% 128 $96   $82,874,301 61
2012/01/11 - $10,302 -16% 128 $80   $82,884,603 62
2012/01/12 - $10,679 +4% 128 $83   $82,895,282 63
2012/01/13 - $45,102 +322% 187 $241   $82,940,384 64
2012/01/14 - $61,454 +36% 187 $329   $83,001,838 65
2012/01/15 - $58,096 -5% 187 $311   $83,059,934 66
2012/01/16 - $34,528 -41% 187 $185   $83,094,462 67
2012/01/17 - $20,018 -42% 187 $107   $83,114,480 68
2012/01/18 - $17,103 -15% 187 $91   $83,131,583 69
2012/01/19 - $15,777 -8% 187 $84   $83,147,360 70
2012/01/20 - $33,905 +115% 169 $201   $83,181,265 71
2012/01/21 - $57,542 +70% 169 $340   $83,238,807 72
2012/01/22 - $31,788 -45% 169 $188   $83,270,595 73
2012/01/23 - $14,502 -54% 169 $86   $83,285,097 74
2012/01/24 - $14,903 +3% 169 $88   $83,300,000 75
2012/01/25 - $12,716 -15% 169 $75   $83,312,716 76
2012/01/26 - $14,127 +11% 169 $84   $83,326,843 77
2012/01/27 - $18,111 +28% 117 $155   $83,344,954 78
2012/01/28 - $30,851 +70% 117 $264   $83,375,805 79
2012/01/29 - $20,778 -33% 117 $178   $83,396,583 80
2012/01/30 - $6,808 -67% 117 $58   $83,403,391 81
2012/01/31 - $6,668 -2% 117 $57   $83,410,059 82
2012/02/01 - $6,639 n/c 117 $57   $83,416,698 83
2012/02/02 - $7,285 +10% 117 $62   $83,423,983 84
2012/02/03 - $8,559 +17% 62 $138   $83,432,542 85
2012/02/04 - $16,032 +87% 62 $259   $83,448,574 86
2012/02/05 - $6,361 -60% 62 $103   $83,454,935 87
2012/02/06 - $3,551 -44% 62 $57   $83,458,486 88
2012/02/07 - $3,866 +9% 62 $62   $83,462,352 89
2012/02/08 - $3,496 -10% 62 $56   $83,465,848 90
2012/02/09 - $3,934 +13% 62 $63   $83,469,782 91
2012/02/10 - $4,153 +6% 33 $126   $83,473,935 92
2012/02/11 - $8,350 +101% 33 $253   $83,482,285 93
2012/02/12 - $6,261 -25% 33 $190   $83,488,546 94
2012/02/13 - $1,777 -72% 33 $54   $83,490,323 95
2012/02/14 - $2,944 +66% 33 $89   $83,493,267 96
2012/02/15 - $1,960 -33% 33 $59   $83,495,227 97
2012/02/16 - $2,209 +13% 33 $67   $83,497,436 98
2012/02/17 - $1,248 -44% 29 $43   $83,498,684 99
2012/02/18 - $2,353 +89% 29 $81   $83,501,037 100
2012/02/19 - $1,366 -42% 29 $47   $83,502,403 101
2012/02/20 - $758 -45% 29 $26   $83,503,161 102
2012/02/21 - $262 -65% 29 $9   $83,503,423 103
2012/02/22 - $278 +6% 29 $10   $83,503,701 104
2012/02/23 - $316 +14% 29 $11   $83,504,017 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/11 1 $32,206,425   3,112 $10,349   $32,206,425 3
2011/11/18 3 $12,351,959 -62% 3,120 $3,959   $53,079,889 10
2011/11/25 7 $8,875,905 -28% 2,677 $3,316   $68,706,981 17
2011/12/02 8 $4,464,889 -50% 2,627 $1,700   $75,659,174 24
2011/12/09 10 $2,461,227 -45% 2,299 $1,071   $79,868,732 31
2011/12/16 15 $851,371 -65% 1,216 $700   $81,889,376 38
2011/12/23 29 $120,959 -86% 228 $531   $82,364,581 45
2011/12/30 33 $125,370 +4% 228 $550   $82,656,999 52
2012/01/06 39 $89,374 -29% 128 $698   $82,851,913 59
2012/01/13 30 $164,652 +84% 187 $880   $83,059,934 66
2012/01/20 38 $123,235 -25% 169 $729   $83,270,595 73
2012/01/27 42 $69,740 -43% 117 $596   $83,396,583 80
2012/02/03 46 $30,952 -56% 62 $499   $83,454,935 87
2012/02/10 60 $18,764 -39% 33 $569   $83,488,546 94
2012/02/17 75 $4,967 -74% 29 $171   $83,502,403 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/11/20121520,944 520,944$8,923,771$8,923,7711
3/18/20125179,106-66% 700,050$3,025,100$11,948,8712
3/25/20121088,816-50% 788,866$1,635,991$13,584,8623
4/1/20121642,542-52% 831,408$833,398$14,418,2604
4/8/20122438,469-10% 869,877$686,287$15,104,5475
4/15/20122129,106-24% 898,983$551,559$15,656,1056
4/22/20122526,067-10% 925,050$501,790$16,157,8957
4/29/20121435,572+36% 960,622$642,430$16,800,3258
6/17/20122820,379 1,036,350$330,547$18,104,09115

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/11/20121355,771 355,771$8,421,100$8,421,1001
3/18/2012484,124-76% 439,895$2,357,990$10,779,0902
3/25/2012841,597-51% 481,492$1,291,164$12,070,2543
4/1/2012928,568-31% 510,060$916,756$12,987,0104
4/8/20121917,851-38% 527,911$576,221$13,563,2315
4/15/20121413,775-23% 541,686$443,838$14,007,0696
4/22/2012208,231-40% 549,917$260,351$14,267,4207
4/29/20121311,726+42% 561,643$377,097$14,644,5178
5/6/2012188,192-30% 569,835$264,534$14,909,0519
6/17/20121516,402 602,897$487,149$15,891,01015

Immortals HD Trailer

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