Iron Man

Iron Man poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $318,604,126Details
International Box Office $263,839,000
Worldwide Box Office $582,443,126
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $181,129,783 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $14,677,450 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $195,807,233
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer
  8. Buy

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
93% - Certified Fresh
Audience
91% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$186,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 2nd, 2008 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
May 2nd, 2013 (Special Engagement) by Regal Entertainment
Video Release: September 30th, 2008 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, and brief suggestive content
Franchise: Iron Man, The Avengers
Keywords: Marvel Comics
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios, Marvel Entertainment, Fairview Entertainment

DVD Sales - Going Out of Business is Good Titles

A combination of terrible new releases and two massive store sales (including the Circuit City Going out of Business sale) meant this week's sales chart was dominated by some of the biggest hits from last year. However, the number one DVD remained High School Musical 3 - Senior Year, which sold an additional 543,000 units for the week to give it a total of 2.05 million units sold and $36.14 million in consumer retail spending. More...

DVD Sales - All Max and No Payne

New releases were all over the top 30 this week, including Max Payne, which took first place with 543,000 units sold for the week and $12.92 million in sales. More...

Awards Season - Oscar Nods far from Curious

For a year without an obvious front-runner for the Oscar race, there were not a whole lot of surprises when it came to the nominations. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced their nominations today and leading the way was The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with thirteen while Slumdog Millionaire was second with ten. More...

DVD Sales - Knight Rises

This week, new releases were practically non-existent on the DVD sales chart. In fact, the best selling releases to make their debut on the chart were the late releases from last week. The best seller overall this week was The Dark Knight with 1.69 million units and $37.11 million in consumer retail spending for the week, giving it just a hair under 12.00 million units sold and $252.82 million in sales after three. This is clearly the best selling DVD of 2008 having sold over 1 million units more than WALL-E and nearly $70 million more in retail sales. More...

2008 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

Thanksgiving is over and that can only mean on thing, Christmas shopping! And that means it is time for our annual Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will look at some of the recent releases, as well as some soon to be released Blu-ray films. More...

DVD Rentals - Journey to the Top of the Rental Chart

New releases were spread thin on the rental chart this week, but one of them, Journey to the Center of the Earth, did earn first place and earned nearly 25% more than the second place The Incredible Hulk. More...

DVD Sales - Tink\'s the Belle of the Sales Chart

New releases were not as strong this week as they were last week, and this hurt overall sales. However, Tinker Bell still did very well, especially for a direct-to-DVD release, selling 1.94 million units and generating $30.73 million in sales during its first week of release. Had the movie opened in theaters, I would suspect it would have been a much bigger hit than Space Chimps and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, probably bigger than those two films combined, and perhaps even earned $100 million or more, depending on its release date. More...

DVD Rentals - Hulk Brings in the Green

Most of the new releases that charted on this week's sales chart also charted on this week's rental chart, and they even shared the same new number one film, The Incredible Hulk. More...

DVD Sales - Hulk Feeling Blu

Plenty of new releases did fantastic business this week, earning first place and three of the top five spots. That new number one release was The Incredible Hulk, which earned $51.33 million from 2.15 million units sold. More...

DVD Rentals - Crystal is Golden

There were fewer new releases that were able to reach the top 30 on the rental chart this week, but the same film, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, was able to come out on top. More...

DVD Sales - Indiana Jones and the Millions of Sales

There were more than half-a-dozen new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's sales chart, including Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. That film topped the charts with 3.03 million units sold for sales of $70.57 million. However, the Franchise Collection placed sixth with 177,000 units sold and $10.85 million in sales. Add in the individual releases and the total sales were more than $80 million from 3.3 million units sold. More...

DVD Rentals - Don\'t Mess With M. Night Shyamalan

New releases played an important role on this week's rental charts, taking the top two spots. However, while The Happening and You Don't Mess With the Zohan finished one - two, Iron Man was very close behind in third. More...

DVD Sales - Sleeping Beauty has Lively Opening Week Sales

New releases were again dominant on this week's DVD sales chart with three in the top five, five in the top ten, and nine in total. This includes the new number one selling DVD, Sleeping Beauty, which generated $22.43 million in revenue from 1.34 million units sold. More...

DVD Rentals - Don\'t Forget About Rentals

New releases did better on the rental chart than they did on the sales chart with six films placing in the top 30, including Iron Man, which topped the charts generating 25% more revenue than a fellow new release, Forgetting Sarah Marshall. More...

UPDATED: DVD Sales - Man oh Man!

There were not a lot of new releases to reach the top 30 on the sales chart this week, but what we lacked in quantity, we more than made up for in quality. This is because the first of the summer blockbusters reached the home market. Iron Man topped the charts with 5.12 million units sold and $93.98 million in opening week revenue. Not only is this the best opening of the year, Iron Man nearly took top spot on the yearly chart after just one week in release. More...

International Details - Eye on the Prize

Eagle Eye opened in sixth place on the international chart with $4.51 million on 1,124 screens in 13 markets, much of that coming from two markets: Australia and Mexico. In the former it made $1.42 million on 231 screens while in the latter it made just a hair under $900,000 on 350 screens. In both markets the film finished in second place, while it opens in major markets every week until the end of October, while it doesn't end its run until early next year. More...

DVD Releases for September 30, 2008

A much smaller list of films on this week's list. How small? It fit on one page. This is mainly for two reasons. One, I didn't get to the backlog of late arrivals. I hope to get a big chunk of them done for next week, but I have ten new releases to get through first. Secondly, the first of the summer monster hits came out this week, and Iron Man scared away a lot of the competition. Speaking of competition, there was quite a race for the DVD Pick of the Week with the Two-Disc Collector's Edition or Blu-ray release of Iron Man near the top of the list. As was the Judd Apatow Unrated Comedy Collection, also on Blu-ray. I couldn't decide which was better, so I'm giving the title of DVD Pick of the Week to both. Other contenders were Sports Night - The Complete Series 10th Anniversary Edition and Taxi to the Dark Side - Buy from Amazon, and Can't Hardly Wait, although the last one comes with a "Guilty Pleasure" warning. More...

DVD Releases for September 16, 2008 - Part I

We have a big list this week with more than 50 releases. This includes very few top-notch, first run releases, but that weakness is counterbalanced by the strength in the TV on DVD department, including a few contenders for DVD Pick of the Week like Duckman - Season One & Two and Pushing Daisies - Season One on DVD or Blu-ray. If I were to choose just one release this week, it would be the former; however, I think the latter has a better chance at mainstream appeal. As I previously said, this is a huge list this week, so much so that it had to be split into two parts. Part two can be found here. More...

International Details - What Happened?

The Happening fell from first to fifth with just $14.05 million on 5579 screens in 65 markets for a total of $56.40 million after two weeks. Good news, it was able to remain in first place in France despite falling 60% to $1.93 million on 550 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.68 million after two. On the other hand, it fell from first to third in Spain down 65% to $1.20 million on 387 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.41 million after two. Even worse, it was down just under 80% in Italy and just over 80% in South Korea earning $367,000 on 338 screens and $206,000 on 293 screens respectively. Its totals of $2.77 million in the former and $2.18 million in the latter are hardly impressive, and well below its domestic run. This is a shocking decline, especially since films tend to have better legs internationally than they have domestically. And while it should earn more on the international marketplace, there's little hope of reaching $200 million worldwide now. More...

International Details - Sex on the Decline

Sex and the City was knocked out of top spot with $23.71 million on 5591 screens in 44 markets for a total of $136.00 million after three weeks of release. Its biggest opening came from the Netherlands, which is a midlevel market at best, but it earned $810,000 on 108 screens over the weekend and $1.23 million in total. This is a very strong opening and the film will have little trouble topping Iron Man in the market and will even come relatively close to Indiana Jones And The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull's total. Additionally, the film earned $4.29 million on 452 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $14.88 million while in the U.K. it pulled in $3.50 million on 470 screens over the weekend lifting its total of $39.80 million after three. More...

Will Smart Succeed, or will Audiences Love Guru?

The outlook for this weekend is mixed. On the one hand, very few people are expecting this week's two new releases to match last week's openings. However, most expect them to top last year's new entries, which is the more important task. This, along with the better holdovers, could be enough to push 2008 over 2007's pace for the first time in a long time. More...

International Details - Panda Feeds on International Audiences

Kung Fu Panda started its international run in third place with $20.46 million on 1521 screens in 9 markets. The film reportedly set records in a number of its smaller, Southeast Asian debuts while its brought in an impressive $8.26 million on 821 screens in Russia and $7.84 million on 632 screens in South Korea (including midweek numbers). Next up for the film is Australia and Mexico next weekend while it has major market opening throughout the summer. More...

International Details - Sex not as Popular with International Audiences

Sex and the City made its international debut this past weekend, and while it wasn't able to top the charts like it did domestically, it still managed a fantastic $32.77 million on 3590 screens in 14 markets over the weekend for a total of $37.52 million. Its biggest opening came in the U.K. where it dominated the market with $17.22 million on 460 screens, which is equivalent to an $80 million to $100 million opening here. It also finished first in Germany with $7.41 million on 836 screens. It also did very well in France with $6.12 million on 551 screens and in Italy with $2.74 million on 552 screens, finishing second in both markets. The film opened in Australia and South Korea this past weekend, while it doesn't end its run till late August with Japan and it should reach several major milestones before then. More...

Sex Starts Big, But Will It Just be a Quickie?

Sex and the City started off huge on Friday, but it quickly crashed as the weekend wore on. However, its first day was still enough to propel the film into first place and help the overall box office reach $168 million. That was lower than last weekend's total by just over 2%, but that's a very soft decline for a post-holiday weekend. Also, it was nearly 25% higher that the same weekend last year, which is huge growth. 2008 is still behind 2007's pace $3.57 billion to $3.68 billion, but any time it closes the gap is good news. More...

International Details - Narnia Softens

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian slipped 21% during its sophomore stint adding $19.35 million on 3681 screens in 13 markets for a still early total of $51.26 million. This includes a first place, $5.34 million opening on 782 screens over the weekend in Japan, while the film has $7.81 million including midweek numbers. This was below the original's opening in that market of $8.92 million, which is troubling. More troubling news came in Mexico where it was down 51% to $3.05 million on 842 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.58 million while in Russia it was down 55% to $3.03 million on 735 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.54 million after two. More...

Will Sex Sell?

There could be quite a battle for top spot at the box office this weekend between the opening of Sex and the City and he sophomore stint of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Hopefully this will help May end with a a stronger box office than the comparable weekend last year. It is possible since the former should open with a bigger box office than Knocked Up while the latter could hold with more than At World's End did. More...

Indiana Jones Tops Iron Man\'s Opening (Kind Of)

The first long weekend of the summer has come and gone and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was able to earn the tenth best opening weekend of all time, assuming you don't count Iron Man's Thursday night box office. (Which apparently we are supposed to.) However, while this is good news, the overall box office is still in a slump. Sure, the 3-day total was $172 million, which was 31% higher than last weekend, but it was more than 16% lower than the same weekend last year. Add in Monday and the box office pulled in $219 million, which was 14% lower than last year's 4-day total. Year-to-date, 2008 is now 4% behind last year's pace at $3.51 billion to $3.37 billion. More...

Indiana Jones and the Opening Long Weekend

For the first time in nearly two decades, there is an Indiana Jones movie opening in theaters. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is arguably the most anticipated new release of the year and should crush the competition at the box office. In fact, there are more than a few people who expect records will the broken this weekend. With expectations this high, it might be almost impossible for the film to match them. More...

International Top of the Charts - 200 Million Reasons to Marvel at Iron Man

It seems last week's drop-off by Iron Man had more to do with the weather than the quality of the film as it recovered nicely this week. It was still down, but only by a respectable 32% to $26.18 million on 7,000 screens in 58 markets for a total of $207.71 million. With that, it has overtaken Welcome to the Sticks and become the biggest international hit of the year. More...

A Prince Among Kings

The weekend box office was ... mixed, to be generous. The box office leader, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, missed expectations by $30 million, give or take, while the overall box office numbers was also well below expectations at $132 million. At least this was above last weekend's box office tally by about 5%, but below last year's pace by a flabbergasting 27%. Year-to-date 2008 lost even more ground and is now behind last year's pace by nearly 4% $3.21 billion to $3.09 billion. Things need to turn around soon lest the narrative becomes the slumping box office, however, I don't see that happening. More...

Narnia Set to Reign

There's little doubt which film will come out on top this weekend, as The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is the only film opening wide this weekend. The real competition are three other films that opened earlier, sometimes much earlier. The first is the film that started this summer, Iron Man, the second is the biggest hit from the same weekend last year, Shrek the Third, and the final one is the film that started the franchise, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Prince Caspian will be judged a success or a failure not whether or not it can finish first, but how it does in comparison to these other films. More...

International Top of the Chart - Iron Man Goes for Victory Lap

Defying normal international trends, Iron Man had a worse drop-off on the international charts than it did domestically. However, despite falling 60%, it still remained in first place with $39.31 million on 7,208 screens in 57 markets for a total of $165.79 million. It is now the third biggest hit of the year on the international chart, behind just Welcome to the Sticks and 10,000 B.C., while its worldwide total of $343.62 million at the end of the weekend is the best of the year to far. More...

Iron Man the Wise Choice to Top Per Theater Chart

Not only did Iron Man remain on top of the weekend box office chart, it also topped the per theater chart with an average of $12,452. The only other film to top $10,000 was Surfwise, which did it with $10,304 in one theater. More...

Iron Man Laps Competition

It was a good news / bad news weekend, but let's focus on the good first. Iron Man beat expectations and that helped the overall box office top $125 million over the weekend. This was 21% lower than last weekend, but, more importantly, it was 18% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2008 is still behind, but it is cutting into 2007's lead and is now down just $2.93 billion to $3.01 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Speed Racer Stalls

After a huge opening for Iron Man last weekend, the market fell to earth with a bump this time around thanks to a very disappointing debut for Speed Racer. The much-hyped cartoon action movie from the Wachowski brothers only managed to pull in $20.2 million at the box office, according to Warner Bros.' Sunday estimate, and there's a good chance that What Happens in Vegas, with an estimated $20 million so far, will end up in second place for the weekend. Iron Man, meanwhile, put in a very respectable second weekend with an estimated $50.5 million. More...

Go Speed Racer!

Speed Racer tries to maintain 2008's momentum; however, there's little chance it will match Iron Man's opening, or even its sophomore stint. In fact, many pundits don't think it will be able to match Iron Man's opening during its entire run. That said, the combined weight of the new releases and the holds could lift this weekend over last year's total, which is the real goal at this point. More...

Contest - Turning Iron into Gold - Winning Announcement

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International Top of the Charts - Furious Ferric Debut

Iron Man became the first worldwide smash hit of the year, opening with $98.59 million on 7,588 screens in 56 markets internationally, for a total of $200.71 million worldwide. Even if it only makes $200 million more during the rest of its box office run, it will still make enough to show a profit during its initial push into the home market. Its challenge is that it was truly a worldwide opening, which leaves it with very few additional markets. With a high level of competition coming up, it is unlikely to stay on top for very long. More...

Iron Floats to the Top of the Per Theater Chart

The first blockbuster release of the summer, Iron Man, placed first on the Per Theater Chart with an impressive average of $24,877. Second place was a bit of a surprise as cult director Harmony Korine's latest film, Mister Lonely, did better than expected with $16,769 in one theater. Roman de Gare was the only holdover in the $10,000 club as it doubled its theater count, to two, and earned an average of $11,267. Two other new releases, Son of Rambow and Redbelt opened with nearly identical averages of $10,758 and $10,560 respectively. Both have at least a shot at serious expansion over the coming weeks. More...

$100 Million for Iron Man?

Summer started with a bang, and a whimper... it depends on what you compare it to. Over the weekend, the box office totaled $159 million in ticket sales, which is 75% more than last weekend. However, it is also 16% less than the same weekend last year when Spider-man 3 smashed the record for biggest opening weekend. Compared to expectations, this was a great start; compared to last year, 2008 continues to struggle. More...

Weekend Estimates: Iron Man Heading to $100 Million Weekend

Iron Man is heading towards $100 million, the 2nd-biggest opening by a non-sequel and the 10th-biggest opening weekend of all time, according to Paramount's estimates, released on Sunday. The current estimate stands at $100.75 million, which leaves some uncertainty over whether Iron Man will top the magical $100 million level, but either way the performance is incredibly impressive for a movie with less of a built-in audience than the likes of Harry Potter or Spider-Man. More...

Friday Estimates: Iron Man Opens with Strong $34.5 Million

After attracting an estimated $5.1 million from previews on Thursday, Iron Man opened in all theaters on Friday and earned a giant $34.5 million, according to our estimates. That's going to make it about the 25th-biggest day of all time (see complete list) and either the second- or third-best performance by a non-sequel. Spider-Man holds the record in that category with a $39.4 million opening day back in 2002, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone made $33.5 million when it opened in 2001. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of May 2, 2008

Iron Man kicks off the summer blockbuster season this weekend, and since it scared award most of the competition at the box office, there's little competition when it comes to movie websites. Its Official Site was the only one really in contention for the Weekly Website Award and it was the easy winner. More...

2008 Preview: May

2008 has stumbled pretty badly recently, but, with the past two weekends beating their 2007 counterparts, it looks like it is getting back on track. Hopefully this can continue in May. On the one hand, the start of the Summer should reinvigorate the box office numbers with a few potential $300 million hits opening over the five weekends and two more films that should reach $100 million. Here's the problem: Last year, there were three monster hits that opened in May and they earned a combined box office close to $1 billion. If any of the big three this month (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and Iron Man) stumble, then there will be almost no way 2008 can keep pace with 2007. More...

Early Start for Iron

Summer unofficially starts this weekend with the release of Iron Man, which actually opened on Thursday night. There is little doubt that it will finish on top of the box office chart this weekend. The real question is how far up the all-time chart it will go. More...

Contest - Turning Iron into Gold

Summer blockbuster season is finally here. ... Or least it starts on Friday the 25th with the opening of Iron Man. That is this week's target film. In order to win, one must simply predict Iron Man's opening weekend box office. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win The Golden Compass and Fall of the Roman Empire, both on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win The Golden Compass and Lars and the Real Girl. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Movie Website Updates for December 30 - January 5, 2007

Big list as I try to catch up after the holidays. I think I caught all the updates. Not only are there a lot of sites on this week's list, several of them are potential award winners with the best of the best being Smokin' Aces - Official Site. More...

Cast

Robert Downey, Jr.    Tony Stark/Iron Man
Terrence Howard    Rhodey
Jeff Bridges    Obadiah Stane
Gwyneth Paltrow    Virginia "Pepper" Potts
Leslie Bibb    Christine Everhart
Shaun Toub    Yinsen
Faran Tahir    Raza
Clark Gregg    Agent Coulson
Bill Smitrovich    General Gabriel
Sayed Badreya    Abu Bakar
Samuel L. Jackson    Nick Fury
Stan Lee    Himself
Sahar Bibiyan    Gulmira mom
Fahim Fazli    Omar
Jon Favreau    Happy Hogan
Ahmed Ahmed    Ahmed
Marco Khan    Insurgent #4

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Jon Favreau
Screenwriter    Mark Fergus
Screenwriter    Hawk Ostby
Screenwriter    Art Marcum
Screenwriter    Matt Holloway
Producer    Avi Arad
Producer    Kevin Feige
Executive Producer    Peter Billingsley
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    David Maisel
Executive Producer    Jon Favreau
Executive Producer    Avi Arad
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Co-Producer    Victoria Alonso
Story Creator    Stan Lee
Story Creator    Don Heck
Story Creator    Larry Lieber
Story Creator    Jack Kirby
Cinematographer    Matthew Libatique
Composer    Ramin Djawadi
Editor    Dan Lebental
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Nelson
Costume Designer    Rebecca Bentjen
Costume Designer    Laura Jean Shannon
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Production Designer    J. Michael Riva
Supervising Art Director    David Klassen
Art Director    Richard F. Mays
Art Director    Susan Wexler
Art Director    Ernie Avila
Set Designer    Ernie Avila
Set Designer    Noelle King
Set Decorator    Lauri Gaffin
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Eulner
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ben Snow
Special Effects Coordinator    Dan Sudick
Associate Producer    Eric Heffron
Assistant Director    Eric Heffron
Second Unit Director    Phil Nelson
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn
Casting Director    Randi Hiller

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/02 1 $38,734,361   4,105 $9,436   $38,734,361 1
2008/05/03 1 $37,350,099 -4% 4,105 $9,099   $76,084,460 2
2008/05/04 1 $26,034,208 -30% 4,105 $6,342   $102,118,668 3
2008/05/05 1 $6,934,568 -73% 4,105 $1,689   $109,053,236 4
2008/05/06 1 $6,505,784 -6% 4,105 $1,585   $115,559,020 5
2008/05/07 1 $5,747,344 -12% 4,105 $1,400   $121,306,364 6
2008/05/08 1 $5,328,031 -7% 4,105 $1,298   $126,634,395 7
2008/05/09 1 $14,873,192 +179% 4,111 $3,618   $141,507,587 8
2008/05/10 1 $21,374,629 +44% 4,111 $5,199   $162,882,216 9
2008/05/11 1 $14,942,808 -30% 4,111 $3,635   $177,825,024 10
2008/05/12 1 $3,850,844 -74% 4,111 $937   $181,675,868 11
2008/05/13 1 $3,357,146 -13% 4,111 $817   $185,033,014 12
2008/05/14 1 $3,082,988 -8% 4,111 $750   $188,116,002 13
2008/05/15 1 $3,169,387 +3% 4,111 $771   $191,285,389 14
2008/05/16 2 $8,659,239 +173% 4,154 $2,085   $199,944,628 15
2008/05/17 2 $13,431,355 +55% 4,154 $3,233   $213,375,983 16
2008/05/18 2 $9,748,402 -27% 4,154 $2,347   $223,124,385 17
2008/05/19 2 $3,072,182 -68% 4,154 $740   $226,196,567 18
2008/05/20 2 $2,219,928 -28% 4,154 $534   $228,416,495 19
2008/05/21 2 $1,926,258 -13% 4,154 $464   $230,342,753 20
2008/05/22 3 $1,824,663 -5% 4,154 $439   $232,167,416 21
2008/05/23 3 $5,437,126 +198% 3,915 $1,389   $237,604,542 22
2008/05/24 3 $7,898,842 +45% 3,915 $2,018   $245,503,384 23
2008/05/25 3 $7,111,285 -10% 3,915 $1,816   $252,614,669 24
2008/05/26 3 $5,663,877 -20% 3,915 $1,447   $258,278,546 25
2008/05/27 3 $1,561,073 -72% 3,915 $399   $259,839,619 26
2008/05/28 3 $1,395,588 -11% 3,915 $356   $261,235,207 27
2008/05/29 3 $1,389,865 n/c 3,915 $355   $262,625,072 28
2008/05/30 4 $3,783,237 +172% 3,650 $1,037   $266,408,309 29
2008/05/31 4 $6,068,126 +60% 3,650 $1,663   $272,476,435 30
2008/06/01 4 $3,689,901 -39% 3,650 $1,011   $276,166,336 31
2008/06/02 4 $1,230,719 -67% 3,650 $337   $277,397,055 32
2008/06/03 4 $1,336,009 +9% 3,650 $366   $278,733,064 33
2008/06/04 4 $1,312,678 -2% 3,650 $360   $280,045,742 34
2008/06/05 4 $1,324,459 +1% 3,650 $363   $281,370,201 35
2008/06/06 6 $2,187,329 +65% 2,931 $746   $283,557,530 36
2008/06/07 6 $3,164,558 +45% 2,931 $1,080   $286,722,088 37
2008/06/08 6 $2,125,552 -33% 2,931 $725   $288,847,640 38
2008/06/09 6 $893,971 -58% 2,931 $305   $289,741,611 39
2008/06/10 6 $859,778 -4% 2,931 $293   $290,601,389 40
2008/06/11 6 $857,937 n/c 2,931 $293   $291,459,326 41
2008/06/12 6 $838,628 -2% 2,931 $286   $292,297,954 42
2008/06/13 8 $1,466,126 +75% 2,403 $610   $293,764,080 43
2008/06/14 7 $2,119,187 +45% 2,403 $882   $295,883,267 44
2008/06/15 7 $2,035,062 -4% 2,403 $847   $297,918,329 45
2008/06/16 7 $720,888 -65% 2,403 $300   $298,639,217 46
2008/06/17 7 $680,253 -6% 2,403 $283   $299,319,470 47
2008/06/18 7 $723,320 +6% 2,403 $301   $300,042,790 48
2008/06/19 7 $743,079 +3% 2,403 $309   $300,785,869 49
2008/06/20 9 $1,130,531 +52% 1,912 $591   $301,916,400 50
2008/06/21 9 $1,644,786 +45% 1,912 $860   $303,561,186 51
2008/06/22 9 $1,254,955 -24% 1,912 $656   $304,816,141 52
2008/06/23 9 $552,947 -56% 1,912 $289   $305,369,088 53
2008/06/24 9 $512,328 -7% 1,912 $268   $305,881,416 54
2008/06/25 9 $503,165 -2% 1,912 $263   $306,384,581 55
2008/06/26 9 $537,624 +7% 1,912 $281   $306,922,205 56
2008/06/27 11 $636,953 +18% 1,379 $462   $307,559,158 57
2008/06/28 11 $928,651 +46% 1,379 $673   $308,487,809 58
2008/06/29 11 $691,509 -26% 1,379 $501   $309,179,318 59
2008/06/30 11 $336,907 -51% 1,379 $244   $309,516,225 60
2008/07/01 12 $244,176 -28% 1,379 $177   $309,760,401 61
2008/07/02 13 $194,080 -21% 1,379 $141   $309,954,481 62
2008/07/03 - $294,039 +52% 1,379 $213   $310,248,520 63
2008/07/04 12 $405,289 +38% 1,019 $398   $310,653,809 64
2008/07/05 13 $627,496 +55% 1,019 $616   $311,281,305 65
2008/07/06 - $426,828 -32% 1,019 $419   $311,708,133 66
2008/07/07 13 $190,671 -55% 1,019 $187   $311,898,804 67
2008/07/08 - $191,766 +1% 1,019 $188   $312,090,570 68
2008/07/09 - $193,844 +1% 1,019 $190   $312,284,414 69
2008/07/10 - $197,477 +2% 1,019 $194   $312,481,891 70
2008/07/11 - $266,545 +35% 710 $375   $312,748,436 71
2008/07/12 - $393,307 +48% 710 $554   $313,141,743 72
2008/07/13 - $279,282 -29% 710 $393   $313,421,025 73
2008/07/14 - $126,106 -55% 710 $178   $313,547,131 74
2008/07/15 - $124,522 -1% 710 $175   $313,671,653 75
2008/07/16 - $132,915 +7% 710 $187   $313,804,568 76
2008/07/17 - $120,562 -9% 710 $170   $313,925,130 77
2008/07/18 - $141,575 +17% 375 $378   $314,066,705 78
2008/07/19 - $189,969 +34% 375 $507   $314,256,674 79
2008/07/20 - $120,294 -37% 375 $321   $314,376,968 80
2008/07/21 - $55,221 -54% 375 $147   $314,432,189 81
2008/07/22 - $57,092 +3% 375 $152   $314,489,281 82
2008/07/23 - $62,696 +10% 375 $167   $314,551,977 83
2008/07/24 - $63,324 +1% 375 $169   $314,615,301 84
2008/07/25 - $92,172 +46% 274 $336   $314,707,473 85
2008/07/26 - $127,609 +38% 274 $466   $314,835,082 86
2008/07/27 - $90,873 -29% 274 $332   $314,925,955 87
2008/07/28 - $42,025 -54% 274 $153   $314,967,980 88
2008/07/29 - $50,392 +20% 274 $184   $315,018,372 89
2008/07/30 - $46,229 -8% 274 $169   $315,064,601 90
2008/07/31 - $42,988 -7% 274 $157   $315,107,589 91
2008/08/01 15 $174,012 +305% 407 $428   $315,281,601 92
2008/08/02 16 $234,185 +35% 407 $575   $315,515,786 93
2008/08/03 16 $171,982 -27% 407 $423   $315,687,768 94
2008/08/04 16 $91,440 -47% 407 $225   $315,779,208 95
2008/08/05 16 $94,709 +4% 407 $233   $315,873,917 96
2008/08/06 18 $84,511 -11% 407 $208   $315,958,428 97
2008/08/07 - $83,887 -1% 407 $206   $316,042,315 98
2008/08/08 18 $123,484 +47% 345 $358   $316,165,799 99
2008/08/09 18 $177,082 +43% 345 $513   $316,342,881 100
2008/08/10 18 $125,936 -29% 345 $365   $316,468,817 101
2008/08/11 18 $60,134 -52% 345 $174   $316,528,951 102
2008/08/12 18 $61,890 +3% 345 $179   $316,590,841 103
2008/08/13 19 $62,889 +2% 345 $182   $316,653,730 104
2008/08/14 18 $63,387 +1% 345 $184   $316,717,117 105
2008/08/15 - $101,652 +60% 315 $323   $316,818,769 106
2008/08/16 - $146,586 +44% 315 $465   $316,965,355 107
2008/08/17 - $92,940 -37% 315 $295   $317,058,295 108
2008/08/18 - $41,171 -56% 315 $131   $317,099,466 109
2008/08/19 - $46,831 +14% 315 $149   $317,146,297 110
2008/08/20 - $43,460 -7% 315 $138   $317,189,757 111
2008/08/21 - $40,353 -7% 315 $128   $317,230,110 112
2008/08/22 - $72,954 +81% 257 $284   $317,303,064 113
2008/08/23 - $106,363 +46% 257 $414   $317,409,427 114
2008/08/24 - $64,025 -40% 257 $249   $317,473,452 115
2008/08/25 - $22,189 -65% 257 $86   $317,495,641 116
2008/08/26 - $26,116 +18% 257 $102   $317,521,757 117
2008/08/27 - $24,176 -7% 257 $94   $317,545,933 118
2008/08/28 - $24,587 +2% 257 $96   $317,570,520 119
2008/08/29 - $49,601 +102% 220 $225   $317,620,121 120
2008/08/30 - $84,640 +71% 220 $385   $317,704,761 121
2008/08/31 - $89,395 +6% 220 $406   $317,794,156 122
2008/09/01 34 $53,520 -40% 220 $243   $317,847,676 123
2008/09/02 - $11,162 -79% 220 $51   $317,858,838 124
2008/09/03 - $10,305 -8% 220 $47   $317,869,143 125
2008/09/04 - $10,893 +6% 220 $50   $317,880,036 126
2008/09/05 - $35,385 +225% 205 $173   $317,915,421 127
2008/09/06 - $61,965 +75% 205 $302   $317,977,386 128
2008/09/07 - $29,384 -53% 205 $143   $318,006,770 129
2008/09/08 - $7,192 -76% 205 $35   $318,013,962 130
2008/09/09 - $8,577 +19% 205 $42   $318,022,539 131
2008/09/10 - $8,265 -4% 205 $40   $318,030,804 132
2008/09/11 - $9,120 +10% 205 $44   $318,039,924 133
2008/09/12 - $26,103 +186% 156 $167   $318,066,027 134
2008/09/13 - $46,788 +79% 156 $300   $318,112,815 135
2008/09/14 - $21,925 -53% 156 $141   $318,134,740 136
2008/09/15 - $5,552 -75% 156 $36   $318,140,292 137
2008/09/16 - $6,383 +15% 156 $41   $318,146,675 138
2008/09/17 - $6,697 +5% 156 $43   $318,153,372 139
2008/09/18 - $6,745 +1% 156 $43   $318,160,117 140
2008/09/19 - $15,656 +132% 124 $126   $318,175,773 141
2008/09/20 - $27,820 +78% 124 $224   $318,203,593 142
2008/09/21 - $15,561 -44% 124 $125   $318,219,154 143
2008/09/22 - $4,631 -70% 124 $37   $318,223,785 144
2008/09/23 - $5,731 +24% 124 $46   $318,229,516 145
2008/09/24 - $4,955 -14% 124 $40   $318,234,471 146
2008/09/25 - $5,345 +8% 124 $43   $318,239,816 147
2008/09/26 - $16,942 +217% 121 $140   $318,256,758 148
2008/09/27 - $28,836 +70% 121 $238   $318,285,594 149
2008/09/28 - $12,586 -56% 121 $104   $318,298,180 150
2008/09/29 - $3,737 -70% 121 $31   $318,301,917 151
2008/09/30 - $4,033 +8% 121 $33   $318,305,950 152
2008/10/01 - $3,455 -14% 121 $29   $318,309,405 153
2008/10/02 - $3,794 +10% 121 $31   $318,313,199 154
2010/05/06 11 $192,025   1,105 $174   $318,604,126 735

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/02 1 $102,118,668   4,105 $24,877   $102,118,668 3
2008/05/09 1 $51,190,629 -50% 4,111 $12,452   $177,825,024 10
2008/05/16 2 $31,838,996 -38% 4,154 $7,665   $223,124,385 17
2008/05/23 3 $20,447,253 -36% 3,915 $5,223   $252,614,669 24
2008/05/30 4 $13,541,264 -34% 3,650 $3,710   $276,166,336 31
2008/06/06 6 $7,477,439 -45% 2,931 $2,551   $288,847,640 38
2008/06/13 7 $5,620,375 -25% 2,403 $2,339   $297,918,329 45
2008/06/20 9 $4,030,272 -28% 1,912 $2,108   $304,816,141 52
2008/06/27 11 $2,257,113 -44% 1,379 $1,637   $309,179,318 59
2008/07/04 12 $1,459,613 -35% 1,019 $1,432   $311,708,133 66
2008/07/11 14 $939,134 -36% 710 $1,323   $313,421,025 73
2008/07/18 16 $451,838 -52% 375 $1,205   $314,376,968 80
2008/07/25 22 $310,654 -31% 274 $1,134   $314,925,955 87
2008/08/01 16 $580,179 +87% 407 $1,426   $315,687,768 94
2008/08/08 19 $426,502 -26% 345 $1,236   $316,468,817 101
2008/08/15 23 $341,178 -20% 315 $1,083   $317,058,295 108
2008/08/22 29 $243,342 -29% 257 $947   $317,473,452 115
2008/08/29 33 $223,636 -8% 220 $1,017   $317,794,156 122
2008/09/05 38 $126,734 -43% 205 $618   $318,006,770 129
2008/09/12 39 $94,816 -25% 156 $608   $318,134,740 136
2008/09/19 43 $59,037 -38% 124 $476   $318,219,154 143
2008/09/26 48 $58,364 -1% 121 $482   $318,298,180 150

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/5/200814,246,899 4,246,899$77,908,088$77,908,0881
10/12/200821,107,805-74% 5,354,704$23,009,110$100,917,1982
10/19/20082449,422-59% 5,804,126$8,246,759$109,163,9573
10/26/20084333,197-26% 6,137,323$5,724,558$114,888,5154
11/2/20085182,818-45% 6,320,141$3,088,546$117,977,0605
11/9/20088159,579-13% 6,479,720$2,752,307$120,729,3676
11/16/200810141,218-12% 6,620,938$2,344,657$123,074,0247
11/23/200812117,814-17% 6,738,752$1,925,576$124,999,5998
11/30/20088471,770+300% 7,210,522$7,144,060$132,143,6599
12/7/20088285,035-40% 7,495,557$4,256,114$136,399,77410
12/14/200810253,410-11% 7,748,967$4,149,944$140,549,71711
12/21/200811331,156+31% 8,080,123$5,552,526$146,102,24312
12/28/200815320,220-3% 8,400,343$5,316,389$151,418,63113
1/4/200920107,607-66% 8,507,950$1,753,822$153,172,45314
1/11/20091292,662-14% 8,600,612$1,471,593$154,644,04615
1/18/20093034,903-62% 8,635,515$553,237$155,197,28316
2/8/20093030,906 8,739,215$498,848$156,874,24719
9/13/20091550,263 9,036,074$702,410$161,737,11650
4/25/20101627,835 9,144,271$408,390$163,110,21282
5/2/20101325,473-8% 9,169,744$336,707$163,446,91983
5/9/2010970,953+179% 9,240,697$890,311$164,337,23084
5/16/20109106,029+49% 9,346,726$1,322,839$165,660,06985
5/23/20101276,923-27% 9,423,649$965,022$166,625,09186
5/30/2010970,378-9% 9,494,027$850,011$167,475,10387
6/6/20102038,732-45% 9,532,759$484,165$167,959,26888
6/13/20101833,671-13% 9,566,430$418,339$168,377,60789
7/11/20102040,725 9,615,980$489,962$168,984,19093
9/26/20102051,776 9,690,112$612,624$169,887,612104
10/3/2010889,895+74% 9,780,007$1,256,373$171,143,985105
5/13/20122129,515 9,960,417$295,929$173,326,733189
5/5/20132220,487 10,071,195$195,161$174,365,179240
5/12/20132326,209+28% 10,097,404$255,606$174,620,785241
5/19/20132119,666-25% 10,117,070$192,888$174,813,673242

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/9/2009205,280 5,280$131,937$131,93745
8/23/2009205,036 15,156$122,015$371,21847
9/13/2009914,173 39,198$322,441$918,18250
9/20/2009515,226+7% 54,424$304,373$1,222,55551
9/27/2009117,182-53% 61,606$146,654$1,369,20952
4/18/20101911,580 175,785$196,748$3,333,57081
4/25/20101212,585+9% 188,370$213,824$3,547,39482
5/2/2010815,702+25% 204,072$369,936$3,917,33083
5/9/2010439,094+149% 243,166$786,564$4,703,89484
5/16/2010532,211-18% 275,377$643,897$5,347,79185
5/23/20101019,635-39% 295,012$392,513$5,740,30486
5/30/20101210,896-45% 305,908$217,815$5,958,11987
6/6/2010175,271-52% 311,179$105,363$6,063,48288
6/13/20101113,922+164% 325,101$278,310$6,341,79289
9/26/2010107,185 370,347$146,218$7,256,636104
10/3/2010723,936+233% 394,283$497,392$7,754,028105
10/10/2010178,252-66% 402,535$180,308$7,934,336106
5/6/2012168,690 477,060$393,151$11,254,021188
5/13/20121713,983+61% 491,043$535,111$11,789,132189
9/30/20121517,684 513,059$505,752$12,418,767209
5/5/20131912,736 645,809$138,314$13,860,428240
9/29/2013203,917 674,954$76,653$14,430,767261

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