Journey to the Center of the Earth

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $101,704,370Details
International Box Office $139,200,000
Worldwide Box Office $240,904,370
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,527,939 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $26,527,939
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
61% - Fresh
Audience
52% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$45,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 11th, 2008 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: October 28th, 2008 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for intense adventure action and some scary moments
Franchise: Journey to the Center of the Earth
Keywords: 3-D
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

International Details - The Very Best has to Settle for Sixth Place

The Very Best Film 2, the sequel to The Very Best Film opened in Russia and a handful of other markets this past weekend. It scored first place in its native land with $8.38 million on 948 screens, while it earned sixth place in total with $9.29 million on 1072 screens in 4 markets. This is a serious decline from its predecessor's opening weekend, but still a strong start otherwise. More...

International Details - Escaping the Top Five

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa fell from second to sixth with $9.07 million on 5601 screens in 48 markets for a total of $380.42 million. No openings hurt the film this past weekend, and its only $1 million markets this past weekend were South Korea at $1.20 million on 432 screens and Poland at $1.09 million on 130. The film has made $3.76 million after two weeks in the former and $7.72 million after three weeks in the latter. More...

International Details - The One tops $10 Million

It turns out studio estimates were highly accurate, and the only real change from Wednesday's column involves a surprise $10 million film. If You Are The One opened in first place in China and fourth place internationally with $11.68 million on 1010 screens. More...

DVD Rentals - Golden Army for Rent

While there were four new releases in the top five on the sales chart this week, it was the exact opposite on the rental charts as there was only one new release to reach top five. That new release, Hellboy II - The Golden Army, came out on top, and generated over 40% more revenue than second place Kung Fu Panda. More...

International Details - School Climbing Higher

High School Musical 3: Senior Year fell below $10 million this past weekend, but we still able to remain in second place internationally earning $8.65 million on 4642 screens in 34 markets for a total of $123.01 million internationally and $207.178 million worldwide. The only opening of note this weekend came in Russia, however, the film struggled there placing sixth with $353,000 on 128 screens. Its best market was the U.K. where it added $1.46 million on 483 screens over the weekend for a total of $31.76 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Feeling Smart

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DVD Sales - People Getting Smart on Home Market

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International Details - High School Graduates to the Century Mark

High School Musical 3: Senior Year remained in second place with $14.63 million on 4413 screens in 30 markets for a total of $110.38 million internationally. This is more than it will make domestically by the end of its run, and at this pace hitting $200 million worldwide will not be an issue, as it has openings in Russia, Australia, and Japan still to go. Its biggest market of the weekend was Italy where it made $2.60 million on 487 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.02 million. Meanwhile, its biggest market overall was the U.K. with $31.44 million, including $2.39 million on 470 screens over the past weekend. 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

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International Details - World Sees Saw

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International Details - Number One is Number Six

Public Enemy Number One Part 1 opened in first place in France with $5.66 million on 489 screens. Adding in a couple of smaller markets and it pulled in $5.80 million on 527 screens in 3 markets over the weekend, landing in sixth place internationally. More...

DVD Releases for October 28, 2008 - Part I

A slower week in terms of first run releases with a second tier summer release topping that particular list. However, there are a few other releases that are more interesting, including the direct-to-DVD release, Tinker Bell, which is worth picking up on either DVD or Blu-ray, but the latter is better than the former. While that release is the DVD Pick of the Week, two non-DVD releases are worth mentioning above the fold: The Mental Floss History of the World - Buy from Amazon and The Best Of Bond... James Bond - Buy from Amazon. It goes without saying that it was another busy week in terms of total DVDs on this week's list, so much so that it had to be split into two. The second part of the list can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for October 28, 2008 - Part II

A slower week in terms of first run releases with a second tier summer release topping that particular list. However, there are a few other releases that are more interesting, including the direct-to-DVD release, Tinker Bell, which is worth picking up on either DVD or Blu-ray, but the latter is better than the former. While that release is the DVD Pick of the Week, two non-DVD releases are worth mentioning above the fold: The Mental Floss History of the World - Buy from Amazon and The Best Of Bond... James Bond - Buy from Amazon. It goes without saying that it was another busy week in terms of total DVDs on this week's list, so much so that it had to be split into two. The second part of the list can be found here. More...

International Details - Updates and More

First some updates on Wednesday's numbers. Due to Columbus Day, we were relying on studio estimates instead of final numbers, and while they were mostly accurate, they were not entirely accurate. The Russia film, Admiral (Koltchak), did indeed top the charts with $12.51 million on 1,223 screens in 2 markets over the weekend and $13.31 million in total. Meanwhile, Eagle Eye added $10.88 million on 3,030 screens in 38 markets for a still early total of $29.41 million. Mamma Mia! continues its quest for $400 million with $8.37 million on 3,713 screens in 46 markets for a total of $390.72 million. These three films were very close to the original figures, however, the rest of the top five was different than originally reported, starting with... More...

International Details - United Germany Lifts Teutonic Offering

German Unification Day helped The Baader Meinhof Complex grow by 10% as it remained in second place in Germany with $4.82 million on 594 screens for a total of $10.99 million after two weeks. Adding in two smaller markets and the film made $5.35 million on 660 screens in 3 markets for a total of $12.06 million. 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...

International Details - Mummy Still Rules

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor fell more than 50% this past weekend down to $4.24 million on 2905 screens in 46 markets for a total of $276.19 million internationally. It had no major market openings this past weekend, but added $1.36 million on 361 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $5.13 million. More...

International Details - Journey on the International Box Office

Journey To The Centre of the Earth opened in first place in Australia by a huge margin with $2.87 million on 362 screens, more than four times its nearest competitor. Overall the film made $6.41 million on 1417 screens in 27 markets for a total of $57.65 million, with a few smaller openings from now till its debut in Japan at the end of October. More...

International Details - Wanted Still in Demand

Wanted failed to reach first place during its opening in Germany, but still rose dramatically earning sixth internationally with $6.13 million on 1590 screens in 29 markets for a total of $147.68 million. In Germany is finished in second place behind The Dark Knight's third weekend of release earning $3.18 million on 444 screens, which is still impressive. Next up is Spain this weekend, while it opens wide in Japan next weekend and China early in October. More...

International Details - Zohan Messes with the International Box Office

You Don't Mess With The Zohan slipped out of the top five with $7.96 million on 2296 screens in 33 markets for a total of $69.53 million internationally, which is more than Adam Sandler's previous film made in total internationally. This week the film opened in France landing in 10th place with just $816,000, but it was playing on just 171 screens. On the other hand, it added $1.66 million on 335 screens in Spain for a two-week total of $6.45 million. More...

International Details - Hell Pulls in the Gold

Hellboy 2: The Golden Army returned to the international chart in sixth place with $7.20 million on 828 screens in 14 markets for a total of $32.93 million. Of that weekend haul, $5.45 million was earned on 464 screens in the U.K., where it topped the charts this past weekend. Compared to the original, this film has made more domestically and more worldwide, while it is nearing its international total with openings in Australia, Spain, Brazil, Germany, France, and other markets left ahead of it. More...

International Details - Cliff Strong Overseas

Ponyo on the Cliff is locked in first place in Japan growing by 13% to $7.75 million on 481 screens over the weekend for a total of $90.47 million at the end of last weekend, and it is likely that it has hit $100 million in the meantime. More...

International Details - Panda Leads the Back of the Pack

Kung Fu Panda slipped to sixth place with $9.34 million on 4736 screens in 47 markets for a total of $349.69 million internationally. The film is starting to shed theaters and markets at an accelerated pace, however, it still has openings in Italy and other smaller markets ahead of it, while it could reach $400 million internationally and $600 million worldwide before the end of its run. (The latter it a lot easier than the former.) More...

International Details - Another Milestone for Hancock

Hancock fell from second to sixth with $12.03 million on 5425 screens in 68 markets, however, it still reached $300 million internationally since last week and now has a running tally of $319.43 million. Its best market of the weekend was Spain where it added $1.92 million on 567 screens over the weekend for a total of $20.56 million after two. Meanwhile, its best market overall remains the U.K. where it has $47.09 million after a month of release, including $900,000 on 318 screens this past weekend. With Japan and Italy still ahead, the film should become Will Smith's second $600 million movie, but it will end well back of Independence Day. More...

Dark Knight Continues to Light Up Box Office

For the third weekend in a row, The Dark Knight came out on top at the box office -- the first time this year we've had a three-time champ. Unfortunately, the film didn't come out on top because it beat expectations by a massive margin, but because The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor missed expectations. That led to a drop at the overall box office by just over 15% from last weekend to $153 million. This is also lower than the same weekend last year by just under 14%. Meanwhile, 2008's and 2007's year-to-date numbers are nearly identical at $5.93 billion, with this year a tiny, tiny amount lower. More...

International Details - Milestone Weekend

Hancock fell 56% to $20.22 million on 7516 screens in 70 markets, however, that was still enough for second place on the international chart this week, and lifted its totals to $295.58 million internationally and $502.06 million worldwide, reaching a major milestone. The film's best market of the week was Spain where it remained in first place with $3.98 million on 575 screens for a total of $16.86 million. It is also performing well in Germany where it held on to second place with $1.70 million on 755 screens over the weekend and $33.62 million after four. However, it is starting to slip in the U.K. falling to fifth place with $1.40 million on 400 screens, but its total of $45.15 million in that market is still fantastic. Hancock likely hit $300 million early last week, and it has yet to open in Japan and Italy. More...

Dark Knight Continues its Record Breaking Run

The Dark Knight added a few more records to its impressive list of accomplishments, but it wasn't enough to prevent the overall box office from suffering, as it was down to $181 million over the weekend. That represents a stunning 31% drop-off from last weekend. However, since last weekend was the largest weekend on record, this was not surprising. What was a little surprising was the year-to-year decline; granted, it was down less than 2% from the same weekend last year, but that's still disappointing. As for the year-to-date numbers, strong midweek numbers helped push 2008 into the lead, barely, with 2008 earning $5.68 billion to $5.67 billion for 2007. More...

International Details - Panda Continues to Perform

For the third week in a row, Kung Fu Panda performed excellently on the international scene, but was not on par with the top of the chart. Over the previous weekend, the film finished in third place with $29.02 million on 4460 screens in 51 screens for a total of $273.20 million. This week the film opened three of the four Scandinavian markets including Denmark where it opened in first place with $1.10 million on 87 screens over the weekend and $1.23 million in total. Meanwhile, the film only managed third in Norway with $834,000 on 105 screens over the weekend and $1.2 million in total and it managed third place in Sweden with $689,000 on 149 screens and $840,000 in total. Additionally, the film made $3.02 million on 466 screens over the weekend for a total of $27.57 million after three weeks. Next up for the film is Japan this weekend while it opens in Italy at the end of the month. More...

I Want to Believe in the New Releases

Two new wide releases make their debut today, but neither of them have a legitimate shot at first place. In fact, it would take a shocking result for Step Brothers and X-Files: I Want to Believe to earn more combined than The Dark Knight will make during its second weekend of release. The real competition for The Dark Knight is The Simpsons movie, which opened this time last year. More...

Record Number of Records?

Wow.

It is always better to underestimate demand and be pleasantly surprised, but The Dark Knight beat practically all expectations. It is such a huge hit that its weekend haul was better than the industry as a whole managed last weekend, and more than the industry made the same weekend last year. In fact, the $254 million weekend haul was a biggest all time. Needless to say, there was substantial growth this past weekend and the overall box office was up 68% from last weekend and 64% from the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, 2008 is still behind 2007 $5.37 billion to $5.41 billion, but that lead won't last. More...

International Details - Panda Throws Its Weight Around

Kung Fu Panda grew to its biggest yet pulling in $45.32 million on 6314 screens in 49 markets for a total of $221.64 million. This includes openings in France where it placed second with $8.64 million on 743 screens for the full week and in Spain where it topped the charts with $6.29 million on 581 screens. The film's best holdover was The U.K. where it slipped a spot to third with $5.55 million on 456 screens for a two-week total of $21.57 million. It also held well in Germany adding $4.54 million on 838 screens for a two-week total of $11.14 million while it now has $20.38 million in Australia, including $3.17 million on 361 screens during this past weekend. Meanwhile, the film has yet to open in Italy or Japan, as well as a few other smaller markets, and should have no trouble reaching $300 million before long. More...

Darkest Before the Dawn

One of the most anticipated films of the year opens today and The Dark Knight should be huge. Absolutely huge. In fact, there are even those who think the film will make more than the top five did this time last year, which would be a huge boost to 2008 in its race with 2007. More...

Hellboy is Hot, Box Office is Not

As expected, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army debuted in top spot, but the overall box office was a little on the light side with a total of $151 million. This is 5.5% lower than last weekend, and more disturbingly, 16.6% lower than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2008 is not behind 2007 by 2.4% at $5.04 billion to $5.16 billion. It is too early to push the panic button, but there is certainly reason to be concerned, especially if things don't turn around. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hellboy Healthy, Journey Jovial, Dave Disastrous

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Summer Movie Fans Going to Hell

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Cast

Brendan Fraser    Trevor Anderson
Anita Briem    Hannah
Josh Hutcherson    Sean Anderson

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Eric Brevig
Screenwriter    Michael Weiss
Screenwriter    Jennifer Flockett
Screenwriter    Mark Levin
Producer    Charlotte Huggins
Producer    Beau Flynn
Executive Producer    Toby Emmerich
Executive Producer    Brendan Fraser
Executive Producer    Mark McNair
Executive Producer    Tripp Vinson
Co-Producer    Douglas Jones
Co-Producer    Alex Schwartz
Co-Producer    Mylan Stepanovich
Co-Producer    Evan Turner
Co-Producer    Cale Boyter
Co-Producer    Michael Disco
Cinematographer    Chuck Shuman
Editor    Paul Martin Smith
Editor    Dirk Westervelt
Editor    Steven Rosenblum
Composer    Andrew Lockington
Music Supervisor    Lindsay Fellows
Production Designer    David Sandefur
Supervising Art Director    Michele Laliberte
Art Director    Jean Kazemirchuk
Art Director    Real Proulx
Set Designer    Maryse de Lottinville
Art Director    Celine Lampron
Set Designer    Felix Lariviere-Charron
Set Designer    Guy Pigeon
Set Designer    Luci S. Tremblay
Costume Designer    Mario Davignon
Sound    Louis Marion
Sound    Pascal Beaudin
Supervising Sound Editor    Tim Nielsen
Supervising Sound Editor    Bill Sheppard
Sound Designer    Tim Nielsen
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Berger
Re-recording Mixer    Dean Giammarco
Re-recording Mixer    Bill Sheppard
Visual Effects Supervisor    Christopher Townsend
Stunt Coordinator    Marc Desourdy
Stunt Coordinator    Patrick Kerton
Assistant Director    Sean Dwyer
Second Unit Director    David Dozoretz
Second Unit Camera    Bernard Couture
Casting    Elisabeth Rudolph

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/11 3 $6,714,314   2,811 $2,389   $6,714,314 1
2008/07/12 3 $7,944,422 +18% 2,811 $2,826   $14,658,736 2
2008/07/13 3 $6,359,405 -20% 2,811 $2,262   $21,018,141 3
2008/07/14 3 $2,724,208 -57% 2,811 $969   $23,742,349 4
2008/07/15 3 $2,652,429 -3% 2,811 $944   $26,394,778 5
2008/07/16 3 $2,473,348 -7% 2,811 $880   $28,868,126 6
2008/07/17 2 $2,296,151 -7% 2,811 $817   $31,164,277 7
2008/07/18 4 $3,651,785 +59% 2,830 $1,290   $34,816,062 8
2008/07/19 4 $4,807,228 +32% 2,830 $1,699   $39,623,290 9
2008/07/20 4 $3,881,422 -19% 2,830 $1,372   $43,504,712 10
2008/07/21 4 $1,624,423 -58% 2,830 $574   $45,129,135 11
2008/07/22 3 $1,824,492 +12% 2,830 $645   $46,953,627 12
2008/07/23 3 $1,902,370 +4% 2,830 $672   $48,855,997 13
2008/07/24 3 $1,914,241 +1% 2,830 $676   $50,770,238 14
2008/07/25 5 $2,752,496 +44% 2,688 $1,024   $53,522,734 15
2008/07/26 4 $3,803,375 +38% 2,688 $1,415   $57,326,109 16
2008/07/27 4 $3,161,346 -17% 2,688 $1,176   $60,487,455 17
2008/07/28 4 $1,337,258 -58% 2,688 $497   $61,824,713 18
2008/07/29 4 $1,488,461 +11% 2,688 $554   $63,313,174 19
2008/07/30 4 $1,458,124 -2% 2,688 $542   $64,771,298 20
2008/07/31 4 $1,493,610 +2% 2,688 $556   $66,264,908 21
2008/08/01 6 $1,857,246 +24% 2,285 $813   $68,122,154 22
2008/08/02 5 $2,783,410 +50% 2,285 $1,218   $70,905,564 23
2008/08/03 5 $2,021,750 -27% 2,285 $885   $72,927,314 24
2008/08/04 5 $1,007,393 -50% 2,285 $441   $73,934,707 25
2008/08/05 5 $1,036,408 +3% 2,285 $454   $74,971,115 26
2008/08/06 7 $1,031,255 n/c 2,285 $451   $76,002,370 27
2008/08/07 7 $901,475 -13% 2,285 $395   $76,903,845 28
2008/08/08 7 $1,402,345 +56% 1,970 $712   $78,306,190 29
2008/08/09 7 $1,917,212 +37% 1,970 $973   $80,223,402 30
2008/08/10 7 $1,551,921 -19% 1,970 $788   $81,775,323 31
2008/08/11 7 $746,302 -52% 1,970 $379   $82,521,625 32
2008/08/12 7 $788,482 +6% 1,970 $400   $83,310,107 33
2008/08/13 8 $691,464 -12% 1,970 $351   $84,001,571 34
2008/08/14 8 $653,087 -6% 1,970 $332   $84,654,658 35
2008/08/15 11 $1,007,621 +54% 1,405 $717   $85,662,279 36
2008/08/16 11 $1,353,505 +34% 1,405 $963   $87,015,784 37
2008/08/17 11 $987,215 -27% 1,405 $703   $88,002,999 38
2008/08/18 11 $429,100 -57% 1,405 $305   $88,432,099 39
2008/08/19 10 $537,299 +25% 1,405 $382   $88,969,398 40
2008/08/20 12 $373,492 -30% 1,405 $266   $89,342,890 41
2008/08/21 13 $340,069 -9% 1,405 $242   $89,682,959 42
2008/08/22 15 $627,405 +84% 1,051 $597   $90,310,364 43
2008/08/23 15 $918,643 +46% 1,051 $874   $91,229,007 44
2008/08/24 15 $642,206 -30% 1,051 $611   $91,871,213 45
2008/08/25 14 $253,341 -61% 1,051 $241   $92,124,554 46
2008/08/26 15 $241,063 -5% 1,051 $229   $92,365,617 47
2008/08/27 17 $201,234 -17% 1,051 $191   $92,566,851 48
2008/08/28 15 $212,409 +6% 1,051 $202   $92,779,260 49
2008/08/29 17 $416,361 +96% 801 $520   $93,195,621 50
2008/08/30 16 $696,033 +67% 801 $869   $93,891,654 51
2008/08/31 16 $661,421 -5% 801 $826   $94,553,075 52
2008/09/01 14 $641,468 -3% 801 $801   $95,194,543 53
2008/09/02 19 $104,229 -84% 801 $130   $95,298,772 54
2008/09/03 19 $78,489 -25% 801 $98   $95,377,261 55
2008/09/04 - $77,170 -2% 801 $96   $95,454,431 56
2008/09/05 18 $259,981 +237% 805 $323   $95,714,412 57
2008/09/06 17 $626,444 +141% 805 $778   $96,340,856 58
2008/09/07 16 $338,812 -46% 805 $421   $96,679,668 59
2008/09/08 19 $62,388 -82% 805 $78   $96,742,056 60
2008/09/09 18 $77,361 +24% 805 $96   $96,819,417 61
2008/09/10 19 $64,210 -17% 805 $80   $96,883,627 62
2008/09/11 19 $65,546 +2% 805 $81   $96,949,173 63
2008/09/12 17 $240,705 +267% 751 $321   $97,189,878 64
2008/09/13 16 $546,431 +127% 751 $728   $97,736,309 65
2008/09/14 15 $340,224 -38% 751 $453   $98,076,533 66
2008/09/15 16 $58,220 -83% 751 $78   $98,134,753 67
2008/09/16 - $62,118 +7% 751 $83   $98,196,871 68
2008/09/17 - $64,309 +4% 751 $86   $98,261,180 69
2008/09/18 - $67,428 +5% 751 $90   $98,328,608 70
2008/09/19 - $191,658 +184% 675 $284   $98,520,266 71
2008/09/20 17 $361,466 +89% 675 $536   $98,881,732 72
2008/09/21 17 $215,201 -40% 675 $319   $99,096,933 73
2008/09/22 - $45,693 -79% 675 $68   $99,142,626 74
2008/09/23 - $50,719 +11% 675 $75   $99,193,345 75
2008/09/24 - $37,433 -26% 675 $55   $99,230,778 76
2008/09/25 - $35,367 -6% 675 $52   $99,266,145 77
2008/09/26 - $139,752 +295% 510 $274   $99,405,897 78
2008/09/27 - $241,088 +73% 510 $473   $99,646,985 79
2008/09/28 - $138,897 -42% 510 $272   $99,785,882 80
2008/09/29 - $30,758 -78% 510 $60   $99,816,640 81
2008/09/30 - $38,755 +26% 510 $76   $99,855,395 82
2008/10/01 - $36,043 -7% 510 $71   $99,891,438 83
2008/10/02 - $31,718 -12% 510 $62   $99,923,156 84
2008/10/03 - $46,251 +46% 210 $220   $99,969,407 85
2008/10/04 - $80,194 +73% 210 $382   $100,049,601 86
2008/10/05 - $51,912 -35% 210 $247   $100,101,513 87
2008/10/06 - $11,421 -78% 210 $54   $100,112,934 88
2008/10/07 - $17,760 +56% 210 $85   $100,130,694 89
2008/10/08 - $14,825 -17% 210 $71   $100,145,519 90
2008/10/09 - $16,011 +8% 210 $76   $100,161,530 91
2008/10/10 - $83,646 +422% 285 $293   $100,245,176 92
2008/10/11 - $122,734 +47% 285 $431   $100,367,910 93
2008/10/12 - $87,505 -29% 285 $307   $100,455,415 94
2008/10/13 - $45,303 -48% 285 $159   $100,500,718 95
2008/10/14 - $23,105 -49% 285 $81   $100,523,823 96
2008/10/15 - $20,332 -12% 285 $71   $100,544,155 97
2008/10/16 - $26,025 +28% 285 $91   $100,570,180 98
2008/10/17 - $74,855 +188% 276 $271   $100,645,035 99
2008/10/18 - $115,148 +54% 276 $417   $100,760,183 100
2008/10/19 - $69,960 -39% 276 $253   $100,830,143 101
2008/10/20 - $16,791 -76% 276 $61   $100,846,934 102
2008/10/21 - $18,560 +11% 276 $67   $100,865,494 103
2008/10/22 - $16,519 -11% 276 $60   $100,882,013 104
2008/10/23 - $17,512 +6% 276 $63   $100,899,525 105
2008/10/24 - $55,796 +219% 236 $236   $100,955,321 106
2008/10/25 - $93,387 +67% 236 $396   $101,048,708 107
2008/10/26 - $61,200 -34% 236 $259   $101,109,908 108
2008/10/27 - $12,359 -80% 236 $52   $101,122,267 109
2008/10/28 - $13,178 +7% 236 $56   $101,135,445 110
2008/10/29 - $11,992 -9% 236 $51   $101,147,437 111
2008/10/30 - $12,593 +5% 236 $53   $101,160,030 112
2008/10/31 - $27,279 +117% 196 $139   $101,187,309 113
2008/11/01 - $73,131 +168% 196 $373   $101,260,440 114
2008/11/02 - $48,791 -33% 196 $249   $101,309,231 115
2008/11/03 - $10,835 -78% 196 $55   $101,320,066 116
2008/11/04 - $15,385 +42% 196 $78   $101,335,451 117
2008/11/05 - $8,527 -45% 196 $44   $101,343,978 118
2008/11/06 - $9,854 +16% 196 $50   $101,353,832 119
2008/11/07 - $30,159 +206% 163 $185   $101,383,991 120
2008/11/08 - $56,145 +86% 163 $344   $101,440,136 121
2008/11/09 - $33,577 -40% 163 $206   $101,473,713 122
2008/11/10 - $11,081 -67% 163 $68   $101,484,794 123
2008/11/11 - $18,497 +67% 163 $113   $101,503,291 124
2008/11/12 - $6,289 -66% 163 $39   $101,509,580 125
2008/11/13 - $6,575 +5% 163 $40   $101,516,155 126
2008/11/14 - $18,596 +183% 149 $125   $101,534,751 127
2008/11/15 - $34,481 +85% 149 $231   $101,569,232 128
2008/11/16 - $21,645 -37% 149 $145   $101,590,877 129
2008/11/17 - $3,680 -83% 149 $25   $101,594,557 130
2008/11/18 - $5,041 +37% 149 $34   $101,599,598 131
2008/11/19 - $4,840 -4% 149 $32   $101,604,438 132
2008/11/20 - $3,969 -18% 149 $27   $101,608,407 133
2008/11/21 - $9,841 +148% 149 $66   $101,618,248 134
2008/11/22 - $20,590 +109% 149 $138   $101,638,838 135
2008/11/23 - $14,482 -30% 149 $97   $101,653,320 136
2008/11/24 - $3,621 -75% 149 $24   $101,656,941 137
2008/11/25 - $5,003 +38% 149 $34   $101,661,944 138
2008/11/26 - $4,653 -7% 63 $74   $101,666,597 139
2008/11/27 - $2,792 -40% 63 $44   $101,669,389 140
2008/11/28 - $7,149 +156% 51 $140   $101,676,538 141
2008/11/29 - $8,449 +18% 51 $166   $101,684,987 142
2008/11/30 - $4,953 -41% 51 $97   $101,689,940 143
2008/12/01 - $979 -80% 51 $19   $101,690,919 144
2008/12/02 - $998 +2% 51 $20   $101,691,917 145
2008/12/03 - $859 -14% 51 $17   $101,692,776 146
2008/12/04 - $753 -12% 51 $15   $101,693,529 147
2008/12/05 - $1,779 +136% 41 $43   $101,695,308 148
2008/12/06 - $3,731 +110% 41 $91   $101,699,039 149
2008/12/07 - $3,021 -19% 41 $74   $101,702,060 150
2008/12/08 - $468 -85% 41 $11   $101,702,528 151
2008/12/09 - $527 +13% 41 $13   $101,703,055 152
2008/12/10 - $548 +4% 41 $13   $101,703,603 153
2008/12/11 - $767 +40% 41 $19   $101,704,370 154

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/11 3 $21,018,141   2,811 $7,477   $21,018,141 3
2008/07/18 4 $12,340,435 -41% 2,830 $4,361   $43,504,712 10
2008/07/25 5 $9,717,217 -21% 2,688 $3,615   $60,487,455 17
2008/08/01 5 $6,662,406 -31% 2,285 $2,916   $72,927,314 24
2008/08/08 7 $4,871,478 -27% 1,970 $2,473   $81,775,323 31
2008/08/15 11 $3,348,341 -31% 1,405 $2,383   $88,002,999 38
2008/08/22 15 $2,188,254 -35% 1,051 $2,082   $91,871,213 45
2008/08/29 16 $1,773,815 -19% 801 $2,215   $94,553,075 52
2008/09/05 17 $1,225,237 -31% 805 $1,522   $96,679,668 59
2008/09/12 16 $1,127,360 -8% 751 $1,501   $98,076,533 66
2008/09/19 18 $768,325 -32% 675 $1,138   $99,096,933 73
2008/09/26 20 $519,737 -32% 510 $1,019   $99,785,882 80
2008/10/03 31 $178,357 -66% 210 $849   $100,101,513 87
2008/10/10 28 $293,885 +65% 285 $1,031   $100,455,415 94
2008/10/17 24 $259,963 -12% 276 $942   $100,830,143 101
2008/10/24 29 $210,383 -19% 236 $891   $101,109,908 108
2008/10/31 33 $149,201 -29% 196 $761   $101,309,231 115
2008/11/07 36 $119,881 -20% 163 $735   $101,473,713 122
2008/11/14 39 $74,722 -38% 149 $501   $101,590,877 129
2008/11/21 43 $44,913 -40% 149 $301   $101,653,320 136
2008/11/28 56 $20,551 -54% 51 $403   $101,689,940 143
2008/12/05 65 $8,531 -58% 41 $208   $101,702,060 150

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/2/20082843,224 843,224$13,238,617$13,238,6171
11/9/20085296,424-65% 1,139,648$4,591,608$17,830,2252
11/16/20088151,546-49% 1,291,194$2,347,448$20,177,6723
11/23/20081678,543-48% 1,369,737$1,216,631$21,394,3034
6/28/20092140,617 1,637,422$466,689$25,277,55035

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