Invictus

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $37,491,364Details
International Box Office $87,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $124,491,364
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $15,257,520 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,751,650 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $18,009,170
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
76% - Certified Fresh
Audience
74% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$49,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 11th, 2009 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: May 18th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For brief strong language
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization

DVD Sales: People Stay Home With Their Valentine

There were a handful of new releases that reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart, including the new number one. However, none of them were particularly strong. Valentine's Day led the way with 498,000 units sold, generating $8.46 million in opening week sales. Given its box office performance, this is a disappointing start. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 18th, 2010

It's an amazingly slow week. In fact, there is only one Featured Review on this week's list that is for a DVD coming out this week. (The other four are for screeners that arrived late.) Additionally, there's not a single first-run release on this week's list that managed to be a hit both at the box office and with critics. The film that came closest was Invictus, but for Pick of the Week I'm going with The Messenger on DVD or Blu-ray. Both are worth picking up, and High Definition is the better deal. More...

International Details: Things are Looking Up for The Round Up

The Round Up opened in sixth place with $6.32 million on 632 screens in 3 markets. Of that, $5.67 million was earned on 602 screens in France, which was easily enough for first place in that market. More...

International Details: Princess hits Regal Milestone

The Princess and the Frog remained in sixth place with $5.18 million on 3019 screens in 35 markets for a total of $149.82 million internationally and $253.53 million worldwide. This past week it opened in Japan, struggling into fifth place with $1.02 million on 363 screens. Even with that disappointing result, it should do well enough on the home market to show a profit relatively soon. More...

International Details: Princess Still Powerful

The Princess and the Frog may have slipped out of the top five internationally, but it still added $8.32 million on 3053 screens in 28 markets for a total of $143.18 million. It had no major market openings again this week, but it added $2.84 million on 689 screens over the weekend in France for a total of $27.30 million after a month of release there. This weekend the film debuted in Japan, which could help it return to the top five. Regardless, it has made enough money that it should show a profit, eventually. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Supporting Actor

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Supporting Actor, which might be even less competitive than the Best Supporting Actress. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Actor

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Actor in a Lead Role, which is yet another category with a runaway favorite. More...

International Details: Shutter Island is International Destination

Shutter Island started its international run with a sixth place finish this past weekend, earning $9.28 million on 1229 screens in 9 markets. The film opened in first place in Spain with $3.25 million on 406 screens. It had to settle for second place in Australia, in a virtual tie with Valentine's Day at $2.50 million on 250 screens. It's way too early to tell where the film will end up, but matching its domestic run internationally is a solid goal. More...

International Details: Princess Still Treated Like Royalty Overseas

As expected, The Princess and the Frog reached $100 million internationally just before the weekend started, ultimately overtaking its domestic total. It had no major market openings over the past weekend, but it managed to rise to first place in France with $4.09 million on 697 screens for a total of $17.31 million after three. It also remained solid in the U.K., adding $2.36 million on 501 screens for a total of $6.58 million. Overall, it pulled in $11.29 million on 3349 screens in 34 markets for a total of $111.94 million internationally and $213.69 million worldwide. More...

International Top Five: Another Week, Another Milestone for Avatar

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Avatar's legs on the international scene are as strong as they come. It remained in first place for the eighth weekend in a row, this time down just 17% to $79.44 million on 10,298 screens in 94 markets for a total of $1.59 billion internationally and $2.21 billion worldwide. Japan was added to the list of markets where the film has hit the century mark with $108.04 million, including $6.41 million on 650 screens this weekend. Other results of note came in the U.K, where it became the biggest hit of all time, at least in terms of British Pounds. In American Dollars, the film has $112.19 million after making $6.77 million on 417 screens this weekend. Additionally, we can now report that China has overtaken France as the film's most lucrative market, leading now by $144.4 million to $141.4 million. This is not only big new for this film, but huge news for the industry as a whole. China is now a major player at the international box office, both as a consumer and also as a producer. More...

International Details: Oceans are Anything But Blue

Oceans opened in its native France and that helped it climb into sixth place with $9.52 million on 888 screens in 4 markets for a total of $16.98 million. It earned third place in its native market with $5.39 million on 542 screens while it was down just 7% during its sophomore stint in Japan with $3.48 million on 303 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.81 million after two. More...

Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

Oscar nominations were announced at 5:38 this morning, continuing a tradition that have never been adequately explained to me. (Why so early in the morning? Does earning an Oscar nomination become sweeter if people have to wake you up to congratulate you?) Leading the way in nominations were Avatar and The Hurt Locker, both of which pick up nine nods each, many of them in the same categories. More...

International Details: Complicated in Sixth Place

It's Complicated saw its weekend haul climb 16%, but it still fell out of the top five. It added $10.37 million over the weekend on 2,665 screens in 32 markets for a total of $50.92 million after a month of release. The film opened in third place in Germany with $2.40 million on 552 screens over the weekend and $2.74 million in total. Meanwhile in the U.K. it added $1.84 million on 431 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.72 million after three weeks of release. With debuts in Japan, South Korea, and Italy still ahead of it, it could reach $100 million internationally to go with its $100 million domestic total. More...

International Top Five: Avatar Reaches Ten Digits

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For only the second time in box office history a film has reached $1 billion internationally. That film is of course Avatar, which again led the way at the international box office over the weekend. It added $128.87 million on 14,575 screens in 95 markets for a total of $1.12 billion internationally and $1.61 billion worldwide, as of Sunday. Avatar's only major opening of the weekend was in Italy, which is also the last territory to get the movie. In that market, it set a record for biggest box office debut with $13.88 million on 848 screens. Other markets of note include China where it added $17.9 million on 2,509 screens over the weekend for a total of $75.6 million, which is the best ever for that market. It also broke the all-time record in South Korea with $71.91 million after a month of release, including $6.11 million on 579 screens this past weekend. Meanwhile France remains its most lucrative market with a running tally of $115.3 million after $11.6 million this weekend. There are a number of other markets where the film looks poised to cross the century mark (Russia at $86.15 million so far, Germany at $82.74 million, U.K. at $80.76 million, etc.) and the film continues to set records in numerous markets, as it is domestically. At this pace, the film could top Titanic on the international stage as early as this weekend, while worldwide it is just a matter of time. More...

Awards Season - Looking Up for the PGA

The Producers Guild of America announced their nominations this week, and while there are only three categories for theatrical releases, they tend to be quite accurate predictors for the Oscar nominations. This is great news for Up, which picked up nominations in two of the three categories. More...

Avatar Amazes

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It was a fantastic weekend at the box office as the top film topped expectations and broke records, admittedly by narrow margins, but records nonetheless. Overall the box office pulled in $138 million, which was 42% higher than last weekend and an outstanding 56% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $9.96 billion, extending its record and moving closer to the $10 billion milestone. This time last year the cumulative box office was $9.15 billion, meaning 2009 has an 8.8% lead. More...

Weekend Preview: Will it be a Date for Avatar?

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There are two wide releases this weekend, but mostly everyone is just talking about Avatar, its box office potential, and its obvious comparisons to Titanic. It should have no trouble beating the combined $43 million made by all three wide releases this weekend last year, and will almost certainly make more during its opening weekend than the $53 million that Titanic made during its opening week. And that's the low end of expectations. On the high end, it has a number of records in its sights. More...

Awards Season: SAG Splits Up the Nominations

The SAG nominations were announced this week, and the trend of the year continues with Up in the Air leading the way, but no one film dominating. This time around Up in the Air was in a three-way tie with Inglourious Basterds and Precious, which makes the race even more interesting. More...

Awards Season - Golden Globe Nominations are Up in the Air

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations this week, but looking over the list of films chosen, it is hard to declare any one film as the big winner. Up in the Air did pick up six Golden Globe nominations, including several of the most prestigious nominations, but it is far from the only major player. More...

Traditional Animation Reigns Atop the Chart

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The box office was a little mixed this weekend with good news balancing the bad news. For instance, the two new releases in the top five both disappointed, but all three holdovers topped expectations. Overall business was down 2.3% from last weekend, but up 6.0% from the same weekend last year, which is always the more important number. Year-to-date, 2009 has now pulled in $9.79 billion, which is 8.6% higher than the same pace last year and more than $100 million more than the previous record. More...

Weekend Estimates: Princess Leaps to Top of Chart

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Disney claimed top spot at the box office this weekend as The Princess and the Frog expanded nationwide. But with a weekend box office estimated at $25 million, the movie will need to have great legs over the holidays if Disney's going to recoup its investment. The movie has good reviews and is ideal family fare, so its chances are good, but the studio is looking at the same nail biting exercise as they're going through with A Christmas Carol, which opened with $30 million and reached an estimated $124 million this weekend. More...

2009 is True Royalty

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It's official: 2009 has broken the record for the highest total box office, surpassing the total earnings for 2007 this week. And the box office should only get hotter as we near Christmas. This weekend, Disney releases its first "hand animated" film in more than five years, which should help it top the charts with ease. In fact, I think it will top last year's number one film, The Day the Earth Stood Still, although I appear to be in the minority in that opinion. More...

2009 Preview: December

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Cast

Morgan Freeman    Nelson Mandela
Matt Damon    Francois Pienaar
Tony Kgoroge    Jason Tshabalala
Julian Lewis    Etienne Feyder
Adjoa Andoh    Brenda Mazibuko
Patrick Mofokeng    Linga Moonsamy
Matt Stern    Hendrick Booyens
Leleti Khumalo    Mary
Marguerite Wheatley    Nerine
Patrick Lyster    Mr. Pienaar
Penny Downie    Mrs. Pienaar
Sibongile Nojila    Eunice
Bonnie Henna    Zindzi
Shakes Myeko    Minister of Sport
Louis Minnaar    Springbok Coach
Danny Keogh    Rugby Resident
Dan Robbertse    Boer
Robin Smith    Johan De Villiers
David Dukas    Captain of 747
Grant Swanby    Co-Captain of 747
Josias Moleele    Face Painter
Langley Kirkwood    Presidential Guard
Robert Hobbs    Presidential Guard
Melusi Yeni    Presidential Guard
Vuyo Dabula    Presidential Guard
Daniel Hadebe    Presidential Guard
Jodi Botha    High School Boy
Hennie Bosman    High School Coach
Refiloe Mpakanyane    Jessie
Jakkie Groenewald    Johannesburg Cop
Murray Todd    Johannesburg Cop
Japan Mthembu    Local Cop
Albert Maritz    Springbok Manager
Sello Motloung    Mandela's Doctor
Meren Reddy    Minister of the Environment
Lida Botha    Mrs. Brits
Susan Danford    Mrs. Cole
Sylvia Mngxekeza    Mrs. Dlamini
James Lithgow    New Zealand PM
Malusi Skenjana    NSC Firebrand
Bart Fouche    Prison Guard
Johnny Cicco    Staff Member
Wayne Harrison    Staff Member
Ashley Taylor    Team Crew
Gift Loetlela    Team Crew
Kgosi Mongake    Sipho
Given Stuurman    Township Kid
Vuyolwethu Stevens    Township Kid
Ayabulela Stevens    Township Kid
Nambitha Mpumlwana    Trophy Wife
Andre Jacobs    TV Announcer
J.R. Redlinghaus    Helicopter Pilot

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Clint Eastwood
Producer    Clint Eastwood
Producer    Lori McCreary
Producer    Robert Lorenz
Producer    Mace Neufeld
Screenwriter    Anthony Peckham
Story Creator    John Carlin
Executive Producer    Morgan Freeman
Executive Producer    Tim Moore
Director of Photography    Tom Stern
Production Designer    James J. Murakami
Editor    Joel Cox
Editor    Gary D. Roach
Costume Designer    Deborah Hopper
Assistant Director    Doland Murphy
Unit Production Manager    Tim Moore
Supervising Art Director    Tom Hannam
Set Decorator    Leon Van Der Merwe
Costume Supervisor    Nick Scarano
Costume Supervisor    Jayne Forbes
Sound Mixer    Walt Martin
Re-recording Mixer    John Reitz
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Alan Robert Murray
Supervising Sound Editor    Bub Asman
Sound Effects Editor    Jason King
Sound Effects Editor    Bryan Watkins
Sound Designer    David Farmer
Dialogue Editor    Katy Wood
Dialogue Editor    Curt Schulkey
Dialogue Editor    Hugo Weng
Dialogue Editor    Byron Wilson
Dialogue Editor    Kira Roessler
Make up    Nadine Prigge
Hairstylist    Meg Tanner
Prosthetics    Ashley Powell
Composer    Kyle Eastwood
Composer    Michael Stevens
Casting Director    Fiona Weir

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/11 3 $2,922,572   2,125 $1,375   $2,922,572 1
2009/12/12 3 $3,649,840 +25% 2,125 $1,718   $6,572,412 2
2009/12/13 4 $2,038,735 -44% 2,125 $959   $8,611,147 3
2009/12/14 3 $714,260 -65% 2,125 $336   $9,325,407 4
2009/12/15 3 $847,149 +19% 2,125 $399   $10,172,556 5
2009/12/16 3 $769,111 -9% 2,125 $362   $10,941,667 6
2009/12/17 4 $733,118 -5% 2,125 $345   $11,674,785 7
2009/12/18 6 $1,331,881 +82% 2,125 $627   $13,006,666 8
2009/12/19 6 $1,614,345 +21% 2,125 $760   $14,621,011 9
2009/12/20 6 $1,256,945 -22% 2,125 $592   $15,877,956 10
2009/12/21 7 $746,201 -41% 2,125 $351   $16,624,157 11
2009/12/22 7 $837,369 +12% 2,125 $394   $17,461,526 12
2009/12/23 9 $803,151 -4% 2,125 $378   $18,264,677 13
2009/12/24 7 $717,586 -11% 2,125 $338   $18,982,263 14
2009/12/25 10 $1,312,569 +83% 2,160 $608   $20,294,832 15
2009/12/26 10 $1,617,311 +23% 2,160 $749   $21,912,143 16
2009/12/27 10 $1,137,661 -30% 2,160 $527   $23,049,804 17
2009/12/28 11 $861,367 -24% 2,160 $399   $23,911,171 18
2009/12/29 11 $875,014 +2% 2,160 $405   $24,786,185 19
2009/12/30 11 $898,122 +3% 2,160 $416   $25,684,307 20
2009/12/31 9 $992,826 +11% 2,160 $460   $26,677,133 21
2010/01/01 9 $1,485,826 +50% 2,170 $685   $28,162,959 22
2010/01/02 9 $1,631,588 +10% 2,170 $752   $29,794,547 23
2010/01/03 10 $791,898 -51% 2,170 $365   $30,586,445 24
2010/01/04 11 $313,317 -60% 2,170 $144   $30,899,762 25
2010/01/05 10 $318,018 +2% 2,170 $147   $31,217,780 26
2010/01/06 10 $302,422 -5% 2,170 $139   $31,520,202 27
2010/01/07 - $264,441 -13% 2,170 $122   $31,784,643 28
2010/01/08 - $499,698 +89% 1,340 $373   $32,284,341 29
2010/01/09 - $777,175 +56% 1,340 $580   $33,061,516 30
2010/01/10 - $445,373 -43% 1,340 $332   $33,506,889 31
2010/01/11 13 $147,097 -67% 1,340 $110   $33,653,986 32
2010/01/12 13 $174,473 +19% 1,340 $130   $33,828,459 33
2010/01/13 - $169,240 -3% 1,340 $126   $33,997,699 34
2010/01/14 12 $171,353 +1% 1,340 $128   $34,169,052 35
2010/01/15 - $219,646 +28% 602 $365   $34,388,698 36
2010/01/16 - $337,117 +53% 602 $560   $34,725,815 37
2010/01/17 - $244,578 -27% 602 $406   $34,970,393 38
2010/01/18 18 $191,284 -22% 602 $318   $35,161,677 39
2010/01/19 - $77,139 -60% 602 $128   $35,238,816 40
2010/01/20 - $72,356 -6% 602 $120   $35,311,172 41
2010/01/21 - $78,392 +8% 602 $130   $35,389,564 42
2010/01/22 - $115,700 +48% 306 $378   $35,505,264 43
2010/01/23 - $213,792 +85% 306 $699   $35,719,056 44
2010/01/24 - $86,091 -60% 306 $281   $35,805,147 45
2010/01/25 - $31,776 -63% 306 $104   $35,836,923 46
2010/01/26 - $37,213 +17% 306 $122   $35,874,136 47
2010/01/27 - $33,575 -10% 306 $110   $35,907,711 48
2010/01/28 - $37,368 +11% 306 $122   $35,945,079 49
2010/01/29 - $71,122 +90% 225 $316   $36,016,201 50
2010/01/30 - $126,564 +78% 225 $563   $36,142,765 51
2010/01/31 - $73,214 -42% 225 $325   $36,215,979 52
2010/02/01 - $23,061 -69% 225 $102   $36,239,040 53
2010/02/02 - $27,365 +19% 225 $122   $36,266,405 54
2010/02/03 - $26,945 -2% 225 $120   $36,293,350 55
2010/02/04 - $25,868 -4% 225 $115   $36,319,218 56
2010/02/05 - $71,379 +176% 257 $278   $36,390,597 57
2010/02/06 - $120,041 +68% 257 $467   $36,510,638 58
2010/02/07 - $36,044 -70% 257 $140   $36,546,682 59
2010/02/08 - $21,027 -42% 257 $82   $36,567,709 60
2010/02/09 - $29,796 +42% 257 $116   $36,597,505 61
2010/02/10 - $26,902 -10% 257 $105   $36,624,407 62
2010/02/11 - $32,067 +19% 257 $125   $36,656,474 63
2010/02/12 - $25,053 -22% 118 $212   $36,681,527 64
2010/02/13 - $50,934 +103% 118 $432   $36,732,461 65
2010/02/14 - $42,196 -17% 118 $358   $36,774,657 66
2010/02/15 34 $27,291 -35% 118 $231   $36,801,948 67
2010/02/16 - $11,462 -58% 118 $97   $36,813,410 68
2010/02/17 - $12,539 +9% 118 $106   $36,825,949 69
2010/02/18 - $11,681 -7% 118 $99   $36,837,630 70
2010/02/19 - $22,064 +89% 101 $218   $36,859,694 71
2010/02/20 - $39,557 +79% 101 $392   $36,899,251 72
2010/02/21 - $20,867 -47% 101 $207   $36,920,118 73
2010/02/22 - $8,765 -58% 101 $87   $36,928,883 74
2010/02/23 - $7,589 -13% 101 $75   $36,936,472 75
2010/02/24 - $8,781 +16% 101 $87   $36,945,253 76
2010/02/25 - $8,555 -3% 101 $85   $36,953,808 77
2010/02/26 - $45,300 +430% 245 $185   $36,999,108 78
2010/02/27 - $77,404 +71% 245 $316   $37,076,512 79
2010/02/28 - $36,447 -53% 245 $149   $37,112,959 80
2010/03/01 - $15,802 -57% 245 $64   $37,128,761 81
2010/03/02 - $21,596 +37% 245 $88   $37,150,357 82
2010/03/03 - $19,801 -8% 245 $81   $37,170,158 83
2010/03/04 - $19,989 +1% 245 $82   $37,190,147 84
2010/03/05 - $38,212 +91% 188 $203   $37,228,359 85
2010/03/06 - $58,567 +53% 188 $312   $37,286,926 86
2010/03/07 - $24,497 -58% 188 $130   $37,311,423 87
2010/03/08 - $11,584 -53% 188 $62   $37,323,007 88
2010/03/09 - $14,595 +26% 188 $78   $37,337,602 89
2010/03/10 - $12,768 -13% 188 $68   $37,350,370 90
2010/03/11 - $15,910 +25% 188 $85   $37,366,280 91
2010/03/12 - $20,825 +31% 88 $237   $37,387,105 92
2010/03/13 - $28,848 +39% 88 $328   $37,415,953 93
2010/03/14 - $15,478 -46% 88 $176   $37,431,431 94
2010/03/15 - $6,885 -56% 88 $78   $37,438,316 95
2010/03/16 - $7,491 +9% 88 $85   $37,445,807 96
2010/03/17 - $6,717 -10% 88 $76   $37,452,524 97
2010/03/18 - $7,006 +4% 88 $80   $37,459,530 98
2010/03/19 - $6,439 -8% 38 $169   $37,465,969 99
2010/03/20 - $9,325 +45% 38 $245   $37,475,294 100
2010/03/21 - $4,484 -52% 38 $118   $37,479,778 101
2010/03/22 - $2,402 -46% 38 $63   $37,482,180 102
2010/03/23 - $2,610 +9% 38 $69   $37,484,790 103
2010/03/24 - $2,176 -17% 38 $57   $37,486,966 104
2010/03/25 - $4,398 +102% 38 $116   $37,491,364 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/11 3 $8,611,147   2,125 $4,052   $8,611,147 3
2009/12/18 6 $4,203,171 -51% 2,125 $1,978   $15,877,956 10
2009/12/25 10 $4,067,541 -3% 2,160 $1,883   $23,049,804 17
2010/01/01 9 $3,909,312 -4% 2,170 $1,802   $30,586,445 24
2010/01/08 12 $1,722,246 -56% 1,340 $1,285   $33,506,889 31
2010/01/15 18 $801,341 -53% 602 $1,331   $34,970,393 38
2010/01/22 23 $415,583 -48% 306 $1,358   $35,805,147 45
2010/01/29 26 $270,900 -35% 225 $1,204   $36,215,979 52
2010/02/05 29 $227,464 -16% 257 $885   $36,546,682 59
2010/02/12 34 $118,183 -48% 118 $1,002   $36,774,657 66
2010/02/19 40 $82,488 -30% 101 $817   $36,920,118 73
2010/02/26 35 $159,151 +93% 245 $650   $37,112,959 80
2010/03/05 38 $121,276 -24% 188 $645   $37,311,423 87
2010/03/12 39 $65,151 -46% 88 $740   $37,431,431 94
2010/03/19 54 $20,248 -69% 38 $533   $37,479,778 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/23/20103235,519 235,519$4,234,632$4,234,6321
5/30/2010777,698-67% 313,217$1,553,183$5,787,8152
6/6/20101443,804-44% 357,021$825,705$6,613,5203
6/13/20101637,325-15% 394,346$543,825$7,157,3454
6/20/2010893,522+151% 487,868$1,128,811$8,286,1565
6/27/20101175,059-20% 562,927$980,271$9,266,4266
7/4/20101555,510-26% 618,437$772,699$10,039,1267

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/23/2010353,084 53,084$1,361,601$1,361,6011
5/30/2010813,315-75% 66,399$332,729$1,694,3302

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