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Inside Man (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $88,634,237Details
International Box Office $97,164,028
Worldwide Box Office $185,798,265
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $44,979,586 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $44,979,586
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
87% - Certified Fresh
Audience
85% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 24th, 2006 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: August 8th, 2006 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language and some violent images
Running Time: 128 minutes
Franchise: Inside Man
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Keywords: Breaking the Fourth Wall, Surprise Twist, Inside Job
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, Brian Grazer Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,618 $23,395 Jun 30, 2006 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,340 $68,495 Jun 23, 2006 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,386 $89,065 Jun 16, 2006 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,374 $119,305 Jun 9, 2006 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,400 $149,625 Jun 2, 2006 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,486 $185,105 May 26, 2006 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,520 $245,880 May 19, 2006 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,121 $605,135 May 12, 2006 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,223 $896,145 May 5, 2006 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 971 $2,081,690 Apr 28, 2006 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 808 $3,748,955 Apr 21, 2006 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 634 $6,427,815 Apr 14, 2006 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 639 $9,131,410 Apr 7, 2006 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 546 $15,437,760 Mar 31, 2006 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 540 $52,508,055 Mar 31, 2006 10
Biggest April Day at the Domestic Box Office 225 $6,792,125 Apr 1, 2006 9
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 791 $7,270,440 Mar 26, 2006 3
Biggest March Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 54 $28,954,945 Mar 24, 2006 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 498 $28,954,945 Mar 24, 2006 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 728 $28,954,945 Mar 24, 2006 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,086 2,818 Mar 24, 2006 3
Biggest March Day at the Domestic Box Office 101 $12,244,210 Mar 25, 2006 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 604 $12,244,210 Mar 25, 2006 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 722 $9,440,295 Mar 24, 2006 1

Cast

   Keith Frazier
   Madeliene White
   Dalton Russell
Christopher Plummer    Arthur Case
Willem Dafoe    Captian John Darius
Chiwetel Ejiofor    Det. Bill Mitchell

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Russell Gewirtz
Producer    Brian Grazer
Executive Producer    Daniel M. Rosenberg
Executive Producer    Jon Kilik
Executive Producer    Karen Kehela Sherwood
Executive Producer    Kim Roth
Cinematographer    Matthew Libatique
Editor    Barry Alexander Brown
Composer    Terence Blanchard
Production Designer    Wynn Thomas
Art Director    Chris Shriver
Set Decorator    George DeTitta Jr.
Costume Designer    Donna Berwick
Sound Mixer    William Sarokin
Supervising Sound Editor    Phillip Stockton
Assistant Director    Mike Ellis
Casting Director    Kim Taylor-Coleman

DVD Releases for June 2nd, 2009

June 1st, 2009

Summer might be the busiest time of the year at the box office, but it is the slowest on the home market. This week we have a couple of Summer TV series coming out on DVD, a few late stragglers from Awards Season '08, and an early surprise at the '09 box office. However, while there are a few worth picking up, none jump out at me as obvious contenders for the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

DVD Releases for October 23, 2007

October 23rd, 2007

Wow. What a week for DVD releases. There are roughly 50 releases on this week's list but strangely not many that were in contention for the DVD Pick of the Week. In a few cases the price-tag was just too high, or the extras were a little light. In the end I went with Fido - Buy from Amazon. Some might think this is my pro-Canada bias showing through... and I really can't argue with that. Still, it is a fun movie and deserves to be seen by more people. More...

Sentinel Secures Top Spot on Home Market

September 9th, 2006

A ton of new releases to chart this week led by The Sentinel with $8.34 million. That's a reasonable start compared to its theatrical total, but weak given its production budget. More...

Poseidon Capsizes Competition on Home Market

September 2nd, 2006

It was a relatively slow week for new releases, but without much competition there were two newcomers finishing atop the standings. In first place was Poseidon as the disaster flick hopes to save its run on the home market; the $8.97 million it was able to bring in put it in first place comfortably, but it won't be enough to help it show a profit any time soon. More...

Home Market Numbers Take a Vacation

August 26th, 2006

This week's batch of DVDs managed to place a handful of new releases on the chart, including the top two films. R.V. opened in top spot with $9.08 million, a reasonable start given its domestic total and its target audience. More...

DVD Releases for August 8, 2006

August 7th, 2006

According Amazon, there are nearly 900 DVDs being released this week, half of which are episodes of Charlie Rose. Even if we ignored those releases, it was still a busy week, especially at the high end with several contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. In the end I could narrow it down to three selection, Brick - Buy from Amazon, CSA: The Confederate States of America - Buy from Amazon and Inside Man - Buy from Amazon. But I couldn't decide between those so all three earn the title: DVD Pick of the Week. More...

International Details - Treat for Trick 2

June 18th, 2006

Trick 2 opened in its native Japan finishing in a close second with $3.83 million on 282 screens. That was enough for sixth place on the overall charts and the best per screen average in the top 30. More...

International Details - Volver Vaults into Fourth Place

June 4th, 2006

The one major change from the studio estimates was in fourth place as the Spanish film, Volver, grew by 15% to $4.55 million on 835 screens in 5 markets for a total of $21.33 million. The big surprise came in France where the film was up a massive 41% from its opened taking in $2.64 million on 333 screens for a two-week total of $5.53 million. Meanwhile, in Italy is was down a mere 16% to $1.11 million on 309 screens for a total of $3.30 million. More...

International Details - Mission: Second Place

May 28th, 2006

Mission: Impossible 3 was knocked out of first place by The Da Vinci Code, but that was not a surprise to anyone. What was a surprise is the lack of staying power Mission: Impossible 3 has exhibited so far; this week the film fell a further 43% o $23.22 million on 6392 screens in 57 markets for a total of $164.32 million. Its best market of the weekend was the U.K. where it added $3.44 million on 445 screens to its total of $23.70 million. However, South Korea is close behind with $3.19 million on 330 screens for a total of $23.22 million. The film only as a few openings left and Japan is the only major player out there so unless a minor miracle happens Mission: Impossible 3 won't reach the heights that its predecessors did. More...

International Details - Silent Sneaks into Top Five

May 21st, 2006

Silent Hill's weekend numbers were better than earlier estimates and that helped place the film fourth overall with $4.99 million on 1398 screens in 11 markets. The film finished first in Russia with $1.45 million on 213 screens over the weekend and $1.61 million in total while it had to settle for second in Germany with $1.10 million on 308 screens. It also opened in second place in Hong Kong with $462,000 on 34 screens and $580,000 including the previews mentioned last week. So far the film has earned $18.92 million at the international box office, the largest single chunk coming from the U.K.; in that market the film has made $6.32 million including $439,000 on 285 screens this week. More...

International Details - Eight Remains just Below Top Five

May 14th, 2006

With Mission: Impossible 3 dominating the international charts, most films saw a serious drop-off and those that didn't were able to climb the charts, or at least remain stable. For instance, Eight Below fell 27% to $3.67 million on 1951 screens in 27 markets, but despite there being two new releases in the top five, it was able to remain in sixth place on the overall charts. The film was not able to crack $1 million in any single market, but did perform well in Spain with $587,000 on 225 screens and that lifted its total box office to $2.15 million in the market, $30.35 million internationally, and $111.42 million worldwide. More...

International Top Five - Five for Five

May 3rd, 2006

For the fifth week in a row, Ice Age: The Meltdown top the international charts earning a still impressive $30.01 million on 8374 screens in 57 markets for an international total of $379.61 million after a month of release. The film is starting to lose both theatres and markets and won't be able to top the charts next weekend, but it has already managed more than enough to show a very healthy profit and should reach $600 million worldwide within a couple of weeks. Its best market of the weekend was Italy where it was down a mere 4% to $5.17 million on 544 screens over the weekend and already has $15.31 million in that market. Its best market overall is Germany where the film has earned $54.00 million in four weeks, including $3.47 million on 1093 screens this past weekend. More...

International Top Five - Ice Age Cracks Half a Billion

April 26th, 2006

Ice Age: The Meltdown continues its international run adding another $40.23 million on 9034 screens in 60 markets to its total of $333.06 million on the international scene and $501.41 million worldwide. The film in now 43rd on the All-Time Charts and is climbing the charts very quickly. It had a trio of openings in major markets taking first in Italy with $5.25 million on 538 screens but had to settle for second in South Korea with $1.41 million on 234 screens over the weekend and $1.55 million in total. In Japan the film was even weaker finishing in fourth place with $1.28 million on 465 screens, which is well below the $5000 per theatre average that separates the hits from the missing, so even with Golden Week holidays, Ice Age: The Meltdown won't have much legs in the market. Its best market overall was Germany where the film remained first despite a post-East drop-off of 57% falling to $5.35 million on 1109 screens for a total of $48.60 million after three weeks there. More...

International Top Five - Meltdown Sinks Original

April 19th, 2006

Ice Age: The Meltdown added another $60.34 million on 8303 screens in 57 markets for a total of $263.19 million in internationally and $410.42 million worldwide as of Monday. This means it took less than three weeks for the film to top the original's totals on both the international and worldwide box office, and that's with three more major markets left to open in, (South Korea, Italy, and Japan). The film added a dozen markets this weekend, but most of those were smaller in nature but did include $829,000 on 45 screens in Hong Kong and $516,000 on 110 in Thailand. Holdovers include an outstanding $12.37 million on 1111 screens in Germany for a two-week total of $37.07 million there while in the U.K. it added $6.40 million on 503 screens to its total of $34.58 million in the market. It was even more impressive in Mexico given the relative size of the market, it remained in first place for the third weekend in a row with $2.54 million on 912 screens for a $24.72 million total. On the other hand, the film fell 60% during the weekend in Russia falling out of first place with $1.35 million on 397 screens for a three-week total of $15.92 million. More...

International Top Five - Ice has a Weekend for the Ages

April 12th, 2006

Ice Age: The Meltdown was even more unstoppable during its second weekend of release scoring $94.7 million on 8,216 screens in 45 markets, which was one of the greatest three-day weekend on the international charts ever. It was another weekend of record openings with the film taking the number one opening for an animated film in several markets. Including in that list was Germany where the film opened with $14.16 million on 1061 screens over the weekend and $17.15 million including previews and the same can be said for its opening in Switzerland, ($2.76 million on 139 screens, $3.17 million including previews), and Denmark, ($1.27 million / $1.58 million on 92). Other huge openings include the U.K. with $17.02 million at 502 screens including previews, which was nearly 10 times its nearest competition and France with $12.5 million on 858. It also opened in first place in Australia taking in $3.87 million on 388 screens, which is not as strong as most other markets it has opened in. The best holdover for the film was Mexico where it dropped just 39% to $5.31 million on 1012 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $18.05 million. The film now has $156 million internationally and should break $300 million worldwide before the weekend. It goes without saying that both those totals are the best 2006 has had to offer so far. More...

Box Office Suffers a Meltdown

April 10th, 2006

Only one film mentioned in Friday's preview was able to beat expectations to any real degree, and this pushed this week's box office down 19.5% from last weekend. However, at $114 million it was still 31.5% higher than last year, which is more important. Even better news, 2006 has moved ahead of 2005's pace, albeit by a narrow 1% margin, meaning ticket sales are still slower than a year ago. More...

Can Any Film Take the Lead from Ice Age?

April 7th, 2006

There's little doubt that Ice Age: The Meltdown will repeat as box office champion, the real question is how far will it fall. Also of interest, which of the new releases will come in second and how many of the four newcomers will finish in the top five? More...

Globe Warms Up to Ice Age

April 5th, 2006

Ice Age: The Meltdown was nearly as impressive during its international debut as it was domestically with a weekend haul of $47.37 million on 4605 screens in 29 markets. The film set records in a couple of markets, include Mexico with an outstanding $8.85 million on 1083 screens, which was more than 20 times more than the next highest debuting film in that market. Other record setting openings came in Argentina with $1.2 million on 134 screens, Venezuela with $531,000 on 80, Ecuador with $278,000 on 30. It also has huge openings in Russia with $7.6 million on 460 screens and in Spain with $6.47 million on 449. Probably its most impressive numbers came in the U.K. where the film brought in $4.1 million in previews alone. Look for the film to open huge there next weekend. More...

Cool as Ice

April 3rd, 2006

For the first time in a long, long time we have a bona fides hit topping the charts. Not only did Ice Age: The Meltdown beat almost all expectations, but it single-handedly brought the 2006 box office out of its slump. The overall box office was $142 million, nearly half of which came from that one movie. This represents a 29.7% increase from last weekend and a 34% increase from last year. Year-to-date, 2006 is still behind 2005, but the deficit was cut in half to just 1%. More...

Is the Box Office entering an Ice Age?

March 31st, 2006

We have the first event movie of the year coming out this weekend. Yes, I realize I said that when V for Vendetta came out, but this time I mean it. In all seriousness, if Ice Age: The Meltdown doesn't have the best opening of the year, then the 2006 box office is pretty much sunk. More...

International Weekend: The International Man

March 29th, 2006

The Inside Man started its international run on top of the charts with $10.27 million on 1,588 screens in 19 markets. Its biggest market was the U.K. where it easily finished first with $3.15 million on 355 screens while Germany wasn't that far behind with $2.17 million on 297 screens. Other first place finishes came in Holland ($414,000 on 65 screens), and in Switzerland ($310,000 on 30) while the film had to settle for second in Mexico with $812,000 on 230 screens. On the other hand, the film finished fourth in both Australia ($390,000 on 178 screens), and in Poland ($224,000 on 40). More...

Per Theatre Chart cuts back on Smoking

March 28th, 2006

Thank You for Smoking was again able to lead the way on the per theatre charts despite expanding from 5 to 54 theatres. In those 54 theatres, the film earned just over $1 million for an average of $18,591. Second place went to the only other film in the $10,000 club and the overall box office leader, The Inside Man, with $10,275. More...

Surprisingly Strong Start Stops Slump

March 27th, 2006

The number one film of the weekend got off to a much stronger start than expected, and that helped the overall box office climb to $109 million over the weekend, which was 2.4% higher than last weekend. It was also 9.8% higher than last year, stopping a five-week slump of year-to-year drop-offs, but 2006 is still behind 2005's pace by 2% More...

Two out of Three is Really Bad

March 24th, 2006

Three wide releases this weekend, and of those two are not being screened for critics, which likely means the streak of terrible movies will continue. Fortunately, the third wide release is earning the best reviews of any prospective number one the whole year. It could also beat last year's weekend chart topper, but the overall market still seems weak and that will lead to yet another year-to-year drop-off. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 17 - March 23

March 23rd, 2006

This week's list is shorter than expected, but at least there's a site that clearly deserves to be the winner of the Weekly Website award: The Inside Man - Official Site. More...

Contest - Box Office Prediction - Beast Inside the Man

March 20th, 2006

Seeing as how it's Spike Lee's birthday today, the latest edition in our weekly box office prediction contest features The Inside Man, which opens this Friday in wide release. Whoever comes closest to predicting that film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over will win the prize, which this week is... let us spin the wheel of prizes here... and this week's prize is Beast Machines Transformers: The Complete Series. Entries must be received by 10am, Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Movie Website Updates for March 10 - March 16

March 16th, 2006

Pretty average week with all best sites being previous award winners. The best of the rest was Silent Hill - Official Site, and even though this week's update wasn't huge, it was enough to make the overall site award-worthy. More...

2006 Preview: March

March 1st, 2006

This is a not as busy a month as it initially looks. Granted, there are 18 movies on this month's list, but there are five weekends, or at least five Fridays. Also, every week there's at least one film that may or may not be getting a truly wide release. Considering the level of competition, I'm leaning against any of five such films opening in more than 2000 theatres. On the plus side, we should see the first $100 million movie of 2006 open this month, and perhaps even see two movies reach that milestone. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 20 - January 26

January 26th, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. The winner this week was Curious George - Official Site, which was extremely well done, although it is aimed at a very young audience. More...

Movie Website Updates for November 26 - December 8

December 8th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Despite being there being two weeks between updates, this was not a very strong week. Sure, there were plenty of websites updated, but not a lot that really stood out as being award worthy. In the end it was Clerks 2: The Passion of the Clerks - Official Site that was the best of the bunch and hopefully it will continue to grow and earn that award. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/03/24 1 $28,954,945   2,818 $10,275   $28,954,945 3
2006/03/31 2 $15,437,760 -47% 2,830 $5,455   $52,508,055 10
2006/04/07 4 $9,131,410 -41% 2,867 $3,185   $66,013,040 17
2006/04/14 6 $6,427,815 -30% 2,477 $2,595   $75,421,180 24
2006/04/21 8 $3,748,955 -42% 2,021 $1,855   $81,313,510 31
2006/04/28 11 $2,081,690 -44% 1,289 $1,615   $84,465,905 38
2006/05/05 16 $896,145 -57% 750 $1,195   $86,019,430 45
2006/05/12 21 $605,135 -32% 455 $1,330   $86,973,620 52
2006/05/19 26 $245,880 -59% 281 $875   $87,440,150 59
2006/05/26 29 $185,105 -25% 188 $985   $87,737,560 66
2006/06/02 29 $149,625 -19% 171 $875   $87,985,955 73
2006/06/09 34 $119,305 -20% 152 $785   $88,172,770 80
2006/06/16 30 $89,065 -25% 130 $685   $88,320,350 87
2006/06/23 35 $68,495 -23% 100 $685   $88,439,515 94
2006/06/30 53 $23,395 -66% 52 $450   $88,492,940 101

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/03/24 1 $9,440,295   2,818 $3,350   $9,440,295 1
2006/03/25 1 $12,244,210 +30% 2,818 $4,345   $21,684,505 2
2006/03/26 1 $7,270,440 -41% 2,818 $2,580   $28,954,945 3
2006/03/27 1 $2,281,445 -69% 2,818 $810   $31,236,390 4
2006/03/28 1 $2,170,505 -5% 2,818 $770   $33,406,895 5
2006/03/29 1 $1,873,970 -14% 2,818 $665   $35,280,865 6
2006/03/30 1 $1,789,430 -5% 2,818 $635   $37,070,295 7
2006/03/31 2 $4,867,585 +172% 2,830 $1,720   $41,937,880 8
2006/04/01 2 $6,792,125 +40% 2,830 $2,400   $48,730,005 9
2006/04/02 2 $3,778,050 -44% 2,830 $1,335   $52,508,055 10
2006/04/03 2 $1,019,225 -73% 2,830 $360   $53,527,280 11
2006/04/04 2 $1,188,545 +17% 2,830 $420   $54,715,825 12
2006/04/05 2 $1,104,555 -7% 2,830 $390   $55,820,380 13
2006/04/06 2 $1,061,250 -4% 2,830 $375   $56,881,630 14
2006/04/07 4 $2,651,975 +150% 2,867 $925   $59,533,605 15
2006/04/08 4 $4,329,170 +63% 2,867 $1,510   $63,862,775 16
2006/04/09 4 $2,150,265 -50% 2,867 $750   $66,013,040 17
2006/04/10 4 $688,080 -68% 2,867 $240   $66,701,120 18
2006/04/11 4 $717,025 +4% 2,867 $250   $67,418,145 19
2006/04/12 4 $687,445 -4% 2,867 $240   $68,105,590 20
2006/04/13 4 $887,775 +29% 2,867 $310   $68,993,365 21
2006/04/14 6 $2,179,760 +146% 2,477 $880   $71,173,125 22
2006/04/15 5 $2,588,465 +19% 2,477 $1,045   $73,761,590 23
2006/04/16 6 $1,659,590 -36% 2,477 $670   $75,421,180 24
2006/04/17 6 $644,020 -61% 2,477 $260   $76,065,200 25
2006/04/18 6 $507,785 -21% 2,477 $205   $76,572,985 26
2006/04/19 6 $483,015 -5% 2,477 $195   $77,056,000 27
2006/04/20 6 $508,555 +5% 2,477 $205   $77,564,555 28
2006/04/21 9 $1,050,920 +107% 2,015 $522   $78,615,475 29
2006/04/22 8 $1,748,165 +66% 2,015 $868   $80,363,640 30
2006/04/23 8 $949,870 -46% 2,015 $471   $81,313,510 31
2006/04/24 8 $262,725 -72% 2,015 $130   $81,576,235 32
2006/04/25 8 $272,995 +4% 2,015 $135   $81,849,230 33
2006/04/26 9 $263,125 -4% 2,015 $131   $82,112,355 34
2006/04/27 8 $271,860 +3% 2,021 $135   $82,384,215 35
2006/05/29 29 $46,985   188 $250   $87,784,545 67

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/03/24 1 $37,070,295   2,818 $13,155   $37,070,295 7
2006/03/31 2 $19,811,335 -47% 2,830 $7,000   $56,881,630 14
2006/04/07 4 $12,111,735 -39% 2,867 $4,225   $68,993,365 21
2006/04/14 6 $8,571,190 -29% 2,477 $3,460   $77,564,555 28
2006/04/21 8 $4,819,660 -44% 2,021 $2,385   $82,384,215 35
2006/04/28 12 $2,739,070 -43% 1,289 $2,125   $85,123,285 42
2006/05/05 16 $1,245,200 -55% 750 $1,660   $86,368,485 49
2006/05/12 21 $825,785 -34% 455 $1,815   $87,194,270 56
2006/05/19 26 $358,185 -57% 281 $1,275   $87,552,455 63
2006/05/26 31 $283,875 -21% 188 $1,510   $87,836,330 70
2006/06/02 30 $217,135 -24% 171 $1,270   $88,053,465 77
2006/06/09 34 $177,820 -18% 152 $1,170   $88,231,285 84
2006/06/16 30 $139,735 -21% 130 $1,075   $88,371,020 91
2006/06/23 39 $98,525 -29% 100 $985   $88,469,545 98
2006/06/30 55 $43,950 -55% 52 $845   $88,513,495 105

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/13/200611,275,860 1,275,860$18,972,038$18,972,0381
8/20/20063393,975-69% 1,669,835$5,858,408$24,830,4462
8/27/20066200,156-49% 1,869,991$2,976,320$27,806,7663
9/3/200614108,893-46% 1,978,884$1,602,611$29,409,3774
9/10/200610117,782+8% 2,096,666$1,687,639$31,097,0175
9/17/20062947,918-59% 2,144,584$746,146$31,843,1626
8/10/20082336,980 2,522,784$278,478$37,456,908105

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