Inception

Inception poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $292,576,195Details
International Box Office $540,008,221
Worldwide Box Office $832,584,416
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $87,310,301 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $76,193,589 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $163,503,890
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
86% - Certified Fresh
Audience
91% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$160,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 16th, 2010 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
July 16th, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 7th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of violence and action throughout
(Rating bulletin 2118, 4/28/2010)
Keywords: Visual Effects, IMAX: DMR, Dream Sequence, Shared Dreams
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Picture

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Original Screenplay

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Awards Season: WGA Social Secures Another Win

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DVD Sales: New Release Takes Top Spot

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DVD Sales: People Staying Home with Social

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Awards Season: Oscars Offer a Truly Regal Performance

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Awards Season: No Dark Horses for DGA

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DVD Sales: Holdovers Hold On top Top Spots

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Awards Season: WGA Sticks to the Letter of the Law

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Awards Season: PGA Doesn't Toy With Expectations

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DVD Sales: Gru was Despicable to the Competition

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DVD Sales: New Releases Can't Eclipse Twilight

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Awards Season - King of the Globes, or at Least the Nominations

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 7th, 2010

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International Box Office: Despicable Is the Most Loved Movie Around

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Despicable Me completed its climb to the top of the international chart with $27.03 million on 4751 screens in 40 markets for totals of $170.27 million internationally and $417.32 million worldwide. This week's openings include the U.K., where it topped the chart with $5.81 million on 522 screens, which is a good result, but not a great result. It placed second in Italy with less money at $4.86 million on 544 screens, but ironically, this is a better result due to the relative size of the two markets and it only placed second due to a massive local hit. Meanwhile, the film was down just 23% in France adding $3.57 million on 657 screens for a two-week total of $8.82 million. It was down 35% in Spain, but remained in first place with $2.25 million on 542 screens over the weekend and $8.27 million in total. The film is running out of places to open in, but by this time next week it should have $200 million internationally, while $500 million worldwide is still the main goal. More...

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International Box Office: Resident Evil Still Has a Lot of Life

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Owls not Legendary on IMAX

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IMAX: Inception Intercepts $20 Million Domestically

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International Top of the Chart: Inception Inches Into the Lead

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Weekend Estimates: Inception Sees Off Schmucks

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International Details: Inception's Fast Start

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Threepeat for Inception?

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Life on the Per Theater Chart

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Strong Inception Hold Keeps Summer Alive

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Per Theater Chart: Kids' Legs More Than Just All Right

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Feast and Famine at the Box Office

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Contest: Psych Out

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Cast

Leonardo DiCaprio    Cobb
Joseph Gordon-Levitt    Arthur
Ellen Page    Ariadne
Tom Hardy    Eames
Ken Watanabe    Saito
Dileep Rao    Yusuf
Cillian Murphy    Robert Fischer, Jr
Tom Berenger    Browning
Marion Cotillard    Mal
Pete Postlethwaite    Maurice Fischer
Michael Caine    Miles
Lukas Haas    Nash
Tai-Li Lee    Tadashi
Claire Geare    Phillipa (3 years)
Magnus Nolan    James (20 months)
Taylor Geare    Phillipa (5 years)
Johnathan    James (3 years)
Tohoru Masamume    Japanese Security Guard
Yuji Okumoto    Satio's attendant
Earl Cameron    Elderly Bald Man
Ryan Hayward    Lawyer
Miranda Nolan    Flight Attendant
Russ Fega    Cab Driver
Tim Kelleher    Thin Man
Talulah Riley    Blond
Nicolas Cleric    Bridge Sub Cons
Coralie Dedykere    Bridge Sub Cons
Silvie Laguna    Bridge Sub Cons
Virgile Bramly    Bridge Sub Cons
Jean-Michel Dagory    Bridge Sub Cons
Helena Cullinan    Penrose Sub Cons
Mark Fleischmann    Penrose Sub Cons
Shelly Lang    Penrose Sub Cons
Adam Cole    Bar Sub Cons
Kraig Thornber    Bar Sub Cons
Jack Murry    Bar Sub Cons
Angela Nathenson    Bar Sub Cons
Natasha Beaumont    Bar Sub Cons
Marc Raducci    Lobby Sub Cons
Carl Gilliard    Lobby Sub Cons
Jill Maddrell    Lobby Sub Cons
Alex Lombard    Lobby Sub Cons
Nichole Pulliam    Lobby Sub Cons
Peter Basham    Fischer's Jet Captain
Michael Gaston    Immigration Officer
Felix Scott    Businessman
Andrew Pleavin    Businessman
Lisa Reynolds    Private Nurse
Jason Tendell    Fischer's Driver
Jack Gilroy    Old Cobb
Shannon Welles    Old Mal

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Christopher Nolan
Screenwriter    Christopher Nolan
Producer    Emma Thomas
Producer    Christopher Nolan
Executive Producer    Chris Brigham
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Cinematographer    Wally Pfister
Production Designer    Guy Hendrix Dyas
Editor    Lee Smith
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Supervising Art Director    Brad Ricker
Art Director    Luke Freeborn
Art Director    Dean Wilcott
Set Designer    Mark Hitchler
Set Designer    Greg Hooper
Set Designer    Larry Hubbs
Set Designer    Bob Fechtman
Set Designer    Sam Page
Set Decorator    Larry Dias
Set Decorator    Doug Mowat
Costume Designer    Jeffrey Kurland
Sound Mixer    Ed Novick
Sound Designer    Richard King
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard King
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Re-recording Mixer    Gary A. Rizzo
Visual Effects Supervisor    Paul Franklin
Special Effects Supervisor    Chris Courbould

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/07/16 1 $21,782,199   3,792 $5,744   $21,782,199 1
2010/07/17 1 $21,791,608 n/c 3,792 $5,747   $43,573,807 2
2010/07/18 1 $19,211,530 -12% 3,792 $5,066   $62,785,337 3
2010/07/19 1 $10,185,365 -47% 3,792 $2,686   $72,970,702 4
2010/07/20 1 $9,765,137 -4% 3,792 $2,575   $82,735,839 5
2010/07/21 1 $8,859,322 -9% 3,792 $2,336   $91,595,161 6
2010/07/22 1 $8,563,251 -3% 3,792 $2,258   $100,158,412 7
2010/07/23 1 $13,083,719 +53% 3,792 $3,450   $113,242,131 8
2010/07/24 1 $16,512,872 +26% 3,792 $4,355   $129,755,003 9
2010/07/25 1 $13,128,421 -20% 3,792 $3,462   $142,883,424 10
2010/07/26 1 $6,065,477 -54% 3,792 $1,600   $148,948,901 11
2010/07/27 1 $6,068,219 n/c 3,792 $1,600   $155,017,120 12
2010/07/28 1 $5,522,151 -9% 3,792 $1,456   $160,539,271 13
2010/07/29 1 $5,289,225 -4% 3,792 $1,395   $165,828,496 14
2010/07/30 2 $8,194,228 +55% 3,545 $2,311   $174,022,724 15
2010/07/31 1 $10,711,709 +31% 3,545 $3,022   $184,734,433 16
2010/08/01 1 $8,579,308 -20% 3,545 $2,420   $193,313,741 17
2010/08/02 1 $4,289,390 -50% 3,545 $1,210   $197,603,131 18
2010/08/03 1 $4,122,497 -4% 3,545 $1,163   $201,725,628 19
2010/08/04 1 $3,788,206 -8% 3,545 $1,069   $205,513,834 20
2010/08/05 1 $3,618,265 -4% 3,545 $1,021   $209,132,099 21
2010/08/06 3 $5,552,036 +53% 3,418 $1,624   $214,684,135 22
2010/08/07 2 $7,382,808 +33% 3,418 $2,160   $222,066,943 23
2010/08/08 2 $5,570,626 -25% 3,418 $1,630   $227,637,569 24
2010/08/09 2 $2,531,134 -55% 3,418 $741   $230,168,703 25
2010/08/10 2 $2,622,043 +4% 3,418 $767   $232,790,746 26
2010/08/11 2 $2,216,375 -15% 3,418 $648   $235,007,121 27
2010/08/12 2 $2,177,310 -2% 3,418 $637   $237,184,431 28
2010/08/13 5 $3,350,235 +54% 3,120 $1,074   $240,534,666 29
2010/08/14 4 $4,574,681 +37% 3,120 $1,466   $245,109,347 30
2010/08/15 4 $3,360,135 -27% 3,120 $1,077   $248,469,482 31
2010/08/16 4 $1,532,359 -54% 3,120 $491   $250,001,841 32
2010/08/17 4 $1,541,416 +1% 3,120 $494   $251,543,257 33
2010/08/18 5 $1,371,046 -11% 3,120 $439   $252,914,303 34
2010/08/19 5 $1,279,112 -7% 3,120 $410   $254,193,415 35
2010/08/20 9 $2,176,574 +70% 2,401 $907   $256,369,989 36
2010/08/21 9 $3,221,943 +48% 2,401 $1,342   $259,591,932 37
2010/08/22 8 $2,439,662 -24% 2,401 $1,016   $262,031,594 38
2010/08/23 7 $963,445 -61% 2,401 $401   $262,995,039 39
2010/08/24 8 $985,302 +2% 2,401 $410   $263,980,341 40
2010/08/25 5 $871,199 -12% 2,401 $363   $264,851,540 41
2010/08/26 4 $792,024 -9% 2,401 $330   $265,643,564 42
2010/08/27 8 $1,436,848 +81% 2,070 $694   $267,080,412 43
2010/08/28 7 $2,096,903 +46% 2,070 $1,013   $269,177,315 44
2010/08/29 7 $1,342,605 -36% 2,070 $649   $270,519,920 45
2010/08/30 6 $514,251 -62% 2,070 $248   $271,034,171 46
2010/08/31 8 $584,342 +14% 2,070 $282   $271,618,513 47
2010/09/01 7 $473,331 -19% 1,923 $246   $272,091,844 48
2010/09/02 7 $481,410 +2% 1,923 $250   $272,573,254 49
2010/09/03 9 $1,157,787 +140% 1,704 $679   $273,731,041 50
2010/09/04 9 $1,697,282 +47% 1,704 $996   $275,428,323 51
2010/09/05 8 $1,717,180 +1% 1,704 $1,008   $277,145,503 52
2010/09/06 9 $1,312,106 -24% 1,704 $770   $278,457,609 53
2010/09/07 9 $329,334 -75% 1,704 $193   $278,786,943 54
2010/09/08 9 $309,408 -6% 1,704 $182   $279,096,351 55
2010/09/09 8 $313,237 +1% 1,704 $184   $279,409,588 56
2010/09/10 10 $831,371 +165% 1,583 $525   $280,240,959 57
2010/09/11 9 $1,304,979 +57% 1,583 $824   $281,545,938 58
2010/09/12 10 $666,040 -49% 1,583 $421   $282,211,978 59
2010/09/13 9 $211,198 -68% 1,583 $133   $282,423,176 60
2010/09/14 9 $258,052 +22% 1,583 $163   $282,681,228 61
2010/09/15 9 $229,416 -11% 1,583 $145   $282,910,644 62
2010/09/16 9 $252,074 +10% 1,583 $159   $283,162,718 63
2010/09/17 8 $593,802 +136% 1,305 $455   $283,756,520 64
2010/09/18 9 $910,679 +53% 1,305 $698   $284,667,199 65
2010/09/19 9 $462,656 -49% 1,305 $355   $285,129,855 66
2010/09/20 10 $156,126 -66% 1,305 $120   $285,285,981 67
2010/09/21 10 $178,132 +14% 1,305 $136   $285,464,113 68
2010/09/22 10 $166,167 -7% 1,305 $127   $285,630,280 69
2010/09/23 9 $176,006 +6% 1,305 $135   $285,806,286 70
2010/09/24 10 $380,168 +116% 907 $419   $286,186,454 71
2010/09/25 10 $565,769 +49% 907 $624   $286,752,223 72
2010/09/26 10 $301,069 -47% 907 $332   $287,053,292 73
2010/09/27 10 $109,059 -64% 907 $120   $287,162,351 74
2010/09/28 10 $124,011 +14% 907 $137   $287,286,362 75
2010/09/29 10 $104,324 -16% 907 $115   $287,390,686 76
2010/09/30 11 $110,482 +6% 907 $122   $287,501,168 77
2010/10/01 12 $246,509 +123% 625 $394   $287,747,677 78
2010/10/02 12 $471,124 +91% 625 $754   $288,218,801 79
2010/10/03 12 $186,575 -60% 625 $299   $288,405,376 80
2010/10/04 12 $68,316 -63% 625 $109   $288,473,692 81
2010/10/05 12 $74,009 +8% 625 $118   $288,547,701 82
2010/10/06 12 $70,259 -5% 625 $112   $288,617,960 83
2010/10/07 12 $73,336 +4% 625 $117   $288,691,296 84
2010/10/08 - $142,914 +95% 403 $355   $288,834,210 85
2010/10/09 - $216,675 +52% 403 $538   $289,050,885 86
2010/10/10 - $132,722 -39% 403 $329   $289,183,607 87
2010/10/11 - $76,479 -42% 403 $190   $289,260,086 88
2010/10/12 - $45,888 -40% 403 $114   $289,305,974 89
2010/10/13 - $44,102 -4% 403 $109   $289,350,076 90
2010/10/14 - $53,545 +21% 403 $133   $289,403,621 91
2010/10/15 - $110,094 +106% 297 $371   $289,513,715 92
2010/10/16 - $161,783 +47% 297 $545   $289,675,498 93
2010/10/17 - $76,449 -53% 297 $257   $289,751,947 94
2010/10/18 - $30,580 -60% 297 $103   $289,782,527 95
2010/10/19 - $32,026 +5% 297 $108   $289,814,553 96
2010/10/20 - $32,246 +1% 297 $109   $289,846,799 97
2010/10/21 - $34,325 +6% 297 $116   $289,881,124 98
2010/10/22 - $151,092 +340% 452 $334   $290,032,216 99
2010/10/23 - $217,023 +44% 452 $480   $290,249,239 100
2010/10/24 - $132,025 -39% 452 $292   $290,381,264 101
2010/10/25 - $51,509 -61% 452 $114   $290,432,773 102
2010/10/26 - $53,054 +3% 452 $117   $290,485,827 103
2010/10/27 - $48,471 -9% 452 $107   $290,534,298 104
2010/10/28 - $51,379 +6% 452 $114   $290,585,677 105
2010/10/29 - $121,472 +136% 401 $303   $290,707,149 106
2010/10/30 - $153,114 +26% 401 $382   $290,860,263 107
2010/10/31 - $87,945 -43% 401 $219   $290,948,208 108
2010/11/01 - $41,455 -53% 401 $103   $290,989,663 109
2010/11/02 - $47,087 +14% 401 $117   $291,036,750 110
2010/11/03 - $44,733 -5% 401 $112   $291,081,483 111
2010/11/04 - $49,431 +11% 401 $123   $291,130,914 112
2010/11/05 - $98,220 +99% 291 $338   $291,229,134 113
2010/11/06 - $143,521 +46% 291 $493   $291,372,655 114
2010/11/07 - $75,448 -47% 291 $259   $291,448,103 115
2010/11/08 - $27,326 -64% 291 $94   $291,475,429 116
2010/11/09 - $31,198 +14% 291 $107   $291,506,627 117
2010/11/10 - $34,641 +11% 291 $119   $291,541,268 118
2010/11/11 - $56,811 +64% 291 $195   $291,598,079 119
2010/11/12 - $75,846 +34% 262 $289   $291,673,925 120
2010/11/13 - $102,571 +35% 262 $391   $291,776,496 121
2010/11/14 - $56,097 -45% 262 $214   $291,832,593 122
2010/11/15 - $19,073 -66% 262 $73   $291,851,666 123
2010/11/16 - $21,081 +11% 262 $80   $291,872,747 124
2010/11/17 - $20,908 -1% 262 $80   $291,893,655 125
2010/11/18 - $20,790 -1% 262 $79   $291,914,445 126
2010/11/19 - $46,811 +125% 198 $236   $291,961,256 127
2010/11/20 - $68,901 +47% 198 $348   $292,030,157 128
2010/11/21 - $37,938 -45% 198 $192   $292,068,095 129
2010/11/22 - $18,590 -51% 198 $94   $292,086,685 130
2010/11/23 - $23,099 +24% 198 $117   $292,109,784 131
2010/11/24 - $24,670 +7% 164 $150   $292,134,454 132
2010/11/25 - $23,835 -3% 164 $145   $292,158,289 133
2010/11/26 - $48,057 +102% 144 $334   $292,206,346 134
2010/11/27 - $50,124 +4% 144 $348   $292,256,470 135
2010/11/28 - $21,285 -58% 144 $148   $292,277,755 136
2010/11/29 - $8,088 -62% 144 $56   $292,285,843 137
2010/11/30 - $10,029 +24% 144 $70   $292,295,872 138
2010/12/01 - $10,406 +4% 144 $72   $292,306,278 139
2010/12/02 - $10,196 -2% 144 $71   $292,316,474 140
2010/12/03 - $21,154 +107% 117 $181   $292,337,628 141
2010/12/04 - $30,901 +46% 117 $264   $292,368,529 142
2010/12/05 - $15,371 -50% 117 $131   $292,383,900 143
2010/12/06 - $6,203 -60% 117 $53   $292,390,103 144
2010/12/07 - $7,424 +20% 117 $63   $292,397,527 145
2010/12/08 - $7,127 -4% 117 $61   $292,404,654 146
2010/12/09 - $7,583 +6% 117 $65   $292,412,237 147
2010/12/10 - $16,754 +121% 108 $155   $292,428,991 148
2010/12/11 - $21,679 +29% 108 $201   $292,450,670 149
2010/12/12 - $11,563 -47% 108 $107   $292,462,233 150
2010/12/13 - $5,219 -55% 108 $48   $292,467,452 151
2010/12/14 - $6,006 +15% 108 $56   $292,473,458 152
2010/12/15 - $5,646 -6% 108 $52   $292,479,104 153
2010/12/16 - $6,440 +14% 108 $60   $292,485,544 154
2010/12/17 - $8,564 +33% 62 $138   $292,494,108 155
2010/12/18 - $10,296 +20% 62 $166   $292,504,404 156
2010/12/19 - $7,069 -31% 62 $114   $292,511,473 157
2010/12/20 - $5,609 -21% 62 $90   $292,517,082 158
2010/12/21 - $5,419 -3% 62 $87   $292,522,501 159
2010/12/22 - $2,540 -53% 40 $64   $292,525,041 160
2010/12/23 - $3,551 +40% 40 $89   $292,528,592 161
2010/12/24 - $2,520 -29% 28 $90   $292,531,112 162
2010/12/25 - $3,018 +20% 28 $108   $292,534,130 163
2010/12/26 - $3,519 +17% 28 $126   $292,537,649 164
2010/12/27 - $3,437 -2% 28 $123   $292,541,086 165
2010/12/28 - $3,648 +6% 28 $130   $292,544,734 166
2010/12/29 - $3,582 -2% 28 $128   $292,548,316 167
2010/12/30 - $5,203 +45% 28 $186   $292,553,519 168
2010/12/31 - $4,669 -10% 28 $167   $292,558,188 169
2011/01/01 - $7,024 +50% 28 $251   $292,565,212 170
2011/01/02 - $3,639 -48% 28 $130   $292,568,851 171
2011/01/03 - $2,541 -30% 28 $91   $292,571,392 172
2011/01/04 - $1,305 -49% 28 $47   $292,572,697 173
2011/01/05 - $1,804 +38% 28 $64   $292,574,501 174
2011/01/06 - $1,694 -6% 28 $61   $292,576,195 175

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/07/16 1 $62,785,337   3,792 $16,557   $62,785,337 3
2010/07/23 1 $42,725,012 -32% 3,792 $11,267   $142,883,424 10
2010/07/30 1 $27,485,245 -36% 3,545 $7,753   $193,313,741 17
2010/08/06 2 $18,505,470 -33% 3,418 $5,414   $227,637,569 24
2010/08/13 4 $11,285,051 -39% 3,120 $3,617   $248,469,482 31
2010/08/20 9 $7,838,179 -31% 2,401 $3,265   $262,031,594 38
2010/08/27 7 $4,876,356 -38% 2,070 $2,356   $270,519,920 45
2010/09/03 9 $4,572,249 -6% 1,704 $2,683   $277,145,503 52
2010/09/10 10 $2,802,390 -39% 1,583 $1,770   $282,211,978 59
2010/09/17 9 $1,967,137 -30% 1,305 $1,507   $285,129,855 66
2010/09/24 10 $1,247,006 -37% 907 $1,375   $287,053,292 73
2010/10/01 13 $904,208 -27% 625 $1,447   $288,405,376 80
2010/10/08 18 $492,311 -46% 403 $1,222   $289,183,607 87
2010/10/15 20 $348,326 -29% 297 $1,173   $289,751,947 94
2010/10/22 19 $500,140 +44% 452 $1,107   $290,381,264 101
2010/10/29 20 $362,531 -28% 401 $904   $290,948,208 108
2010/11/05 22 $317,189 -13% 291 $1,090   $291,448,103 115
2010/11/12 23 $234,514 -26% 262 $895   $291,832,593 122
2010/11/19 26 $153,650 -34% 198 $776   $292,068,095 129
2010/11/26 33 $119,466 -22% 144 $830   $292,277,755 136
2010/12/03 35 $67,426 -44% 117 $576   $292,383,900 143
2010/12/10 36 $49,996 -26% 108 $463   $292,462,233 150
2010/12/17 46 $25,929 -48% 62 $418   $292,511,473 157
2010/12/24 52 $9,057 -65% 28 $323   $292,537,649 164
2010/12/31 55 $15,332 +69% 28 $548   $292,568,851 171

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/12/201031,374,564 1,374,564$25,626,684$25,626,6841
12/19/20103880,655-36% 2,255,219$16,104,802$41,731,4862
12/26/20103700,636-20% 2,955,855$11,836,264$53,567,7503
1/2/20113428,419-39% 3,384,274$5,739,401$59,307,1514
1/9/20116161,094-62% 3,545,368$2,503,240$61,810,3915
1/16/2011894,745-41% 3,640,113$1,310,342$63,120,7336
1/23/2011977,219-18% 3,717,332$1,267,797$64,388,5307
1/30/20111661,308-21% 3,778,640$1,124,064$65,512,5948
2/6/20111464,922+6% 3,843,562$1,279,379$66,791,9739
2/13/20111870,961+9% 3,914,523$1,280,200$68,072,17310
2/20/20113338,712+377% 4,253,235$4,596,932$72,669,10511
2/27/20111379,944-76% 4,333,179$1,051,224$73,720,32812
3/6/20111267,778-15% 4,400,957$1,095,177$74,815,50613
3/13/20111853,256-21% 4,454,213$951,935$75,767,44114
3/20/20112037,855-29% 4,492,068$706,692$76,474,13315
3/27/20112730,850-19% 4,522,918$569,784$77,043,91716
4/3/20112921,384-31% 4,544,302$378,469$77,422,38617
4/10/20113030,900+45% 4,575,202$409,580$77,831,96518
6/12/20111941,554 4,682,079$764,024$79,647,61827
6/19/20112934,613-17% 4,716,692$662,867$80,310,48528
8/7/20111327,008 4,767,601$375,819$81,053,54435
11/27/201116285,456 5,094,647$3,367,867$84,984,68051

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/12/201011,248,322 1,248,322$33,192,882$33,192,8821
12/19/20102491,246-61% 1,739,568$8,925,946$42,118,8282
12/26/20101593,427+21% 2,332,995$10,675,752$52,794,5803
1/2/20112195,924-67% 2,528,920$3,601,087$56,395,6674
1/9/2011368,843-65% 2,597,762$1,501,457$57,897,1245
1/16/2011267,359-2% 2,665,121$1,660,399$59,557,5236
1/23/2011439,229-42% 2,704,350$980,321$60,537,8447
1/30/2011628,444-27% 2,732,794$712,802$61,250,6468
2/6/2011832,887+16% 2,765,681$883,334$62,133,9809
2/13/2011739,497+20% 2,805,178$925,012$63,058,99210
2/20/20112110,058+179% 2,915,236$1,539,713$64,598,70511
2/27/2011543,973-60% 2,959,209$615,178$65,213,88312
3/6/2011835,686-19% 2,994,895$631,649$65,845,53213
3/13/2011922,473-37% 3,017,368$481,379$66,326,91114
3/20/20111015,263-32% 3,032,631$368,753$66,695,66415
3/27/2011128,195-46% 3,040,826$209,954$66,905,61816
4/10/20111123,084 3,072,025$353,421$67,383,28118
5/8/2011819,832 3,118,444$306,211$68,100,00122
9/11/2011205,978 3,183,809$89,611$69,261,17340
11/27/20118101,078 3,320,466$1,192,718$70,873,71951
12/4/2011453,344-47% 3,373,810$535,037$71,408,75652
12/11/20111833,981-36% 3,407,791$321,121$71,729,87753
7/22/20121715,872 3,542,054$205,219$73,465,83285
7/29/20121912,533-21% 3,554,587$179,215$73,645,04786
8/5/20121910,575-16% 3,565,162$142,550$73,787,59787

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