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Jumping the Broom (2011)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $37,295,394Details
International Box Office $863,207Details
Worldwide Box Office $38,158,601
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $9,050,770 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,522,035 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $10,572,805
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

A collision of worlds when two African-American families from divergent socioeconomic backgrounds get together one weekend in Martha's Vineyard for a wedding.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 2,101-2,200) 2,152 $37,295,394
All Time International Box Office (Rank 6,201-6,300) 6,232 $863,207
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 2,901-3,000) 2,986 $38,158,601

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$7,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 6th, 2011 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: August 9th, 2011 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexual content.
(Rating bulletin 2167, 4/13/2011)
Running Time: 107 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Baggage Claim
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Keywords: African-American, In-Laws / Future In-Laws, Romance, Voiceover/Narration, Ensemble
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Stage 6 Films
Production Countries: United States

Cast

   Mrs. Watson
   Sabrina Watson
   Jason Taylor
   Shonda
Julie Bowen    Wedding Planner
   Aunt Geneva
   Malcolm
   Blythe
   Willie Earl

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    T.D. Jakes
Producer    Curtis Wallace
Producer    Tracy E. Edmonds
Producer    Elizabeth Hunter
Producer    Glendon Palmer
Producer    Michael Mahoney
Co-Producer    Salim Akil
Director   
Screenwriter    Elizabeth Hunter
Screenwriter    Arlene Gibbs

Blu-ray Sales: Parrots Hold Off Alien Invasion

August 24th, 2011

Despite six new releases in the top ten on the Blu-ray sales chart this past week, Rio was able to remain on top with 261,000 units / $7.30 million over the week and 1.29 million units / $28.67 million after two. More...

DVD Sales: Rio Remains Perched on Top

August 24th, 2011

New releases were particularly weak this past week, and none of them were able to unseat Rio on the DVD sales chart. It sold an additional 636,000 units and generated $9.53 million more dollars in sales, pushing its running tallies to 2.27 million units and $34.01 million. It is already in six place for 2011 (fifth place if you don't count Despicable Me, which was released in 2010). More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for August 9th, 2011

August 9th, 2011

This week's list is highly frustrating for two reasons. Firstly, while there's a pretty big list of first-run releases, many of which had some pre-release buzz, almost none of them matched expectations. Secondly, my internet access kept cutting out, so it took till 4:30 a.m. to get this done, and by the end I was swearing nearly constantly. (Even 15 minutes of the Smooth Jazz Nyan Cat wasn't enough to calm my nerves.) Moving on... There were two main contenders for Pick of the Week, Paul on Blu-ray and Stargate: Atlantis: Complete Series Megaset on Blu-ray. In the end I went with the latter, partially because the screener for the former hasn't shown up yet. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Thor and Bridesmaids Spark Surprise Win

May 16th, 2011

A stronger than expected hold by Thor and a better than expected debut by Bridesmaids helped 2011 earn a surprise win in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, with an overall haul of $140 million, it was 16% lower than last weekend, but it topped the same weekend last year... By less than $1 million. Hey, a win is a win and I'll take it. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010 by $500 million at $3.44 billion to $3.94 billion, but we could see that gap close next weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Lightning Likely to Strike Twice

May 12th, 2011

With no blockbuster releases this weekend, Thor seems set to repeat at the box office champion. This will likely result in a pretty big decline from last weekend's total box office, and there's almost no chance the box office will keep pace with last year. Hopefully next weekend things will turn around.

Thor has to deal with direct competition and the Fanboy Effect this weekend. On the positive side, it also has strong reviews and neither of the new films are expected to be monster hits. The combination of factors makes a 50% drop-off likely, while a fall as much as 60% would not be a large surprise. More...

Thor Thunders to the Top

May 9th, 2011

There were reasons to celebrate the opening weekend of summer, even if it didn't get off to the best opening in recent memory. Thor took top spot, but its opening weekend was the weakest for the start of summer since Mission: Impossible: III kicked things off in 2006. The overall box office was up 5% from last weekend to $167 million, but that was 7% lower than the same weekend last year. However, this time last year the biggest film was Iron Man 2, which had the biggest opening of the year, so falling being by just 7% is not a bad result. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 13% at $3.25 billion to $3.75 billion, but hopefully in a couple of weeks we can start seeing that gap close. More...

Weekend Estimates: Thor Strikes with Mighty Opening

May 8th, 2011

Thor couldn't quite emulate Fast Five's debut, but a very solid $66,000,000 opening weekend for the Marvel superhero movie keeps the promising early Summer season rolling along very nicely. Respectable weekends for Jumping the Broom and Something Borrowed also helped this weekend continue the winning streak over 2010. More...

Weekend Preview: Hammer Time!

May 5th, 2011

Box office watchers are looking at the second potential monster hit opening in as many weeks and many are hoping Thor can maintain the pace set last weekend by Fast Five. It's unlikely Thor will open with as much as Fast Five did, but perhaps the two films as a one-two punch can help 2011 keep pace with last year. More...

2011 Preview: May

May 1st, 2011

Summer is officially upon us and after a depressing start to the year, we finally have some reason to be optimistic. April produced a few films that were stronger than expected and the last three weekends have produced wins in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, 2011 is a long way from matching 2010's pace, but if we can earn a few more wins this month, we could be in good shape going forward. In comparison with last May, the month starts off slowly this year, but comes on really strong by the end and looks much healthier overall. In fact, last May there were only three films to make more than $100 million at the box office. (Granted, two others came very close.) This year there are four films that might open with more than $100 million. Right now 2010 has about a $500 million lead on 2011, but hopefully by the end of the month that lead will be down to $300 million. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2011/05/06 3 $15,215,487   2,035 $7,477   $15,215,487 1
2011/05/13 6 $7,066,190 -54% 2,035 $3,472   $25,760,004 2
2011/05/20 7 $3,703,010 -48% 1,472 $2,516   $31,320,562 3
2011/05/27 9 $1,823,631 -51% 939 $1,942   $34,104,696 4
2011/06/03 10 $844,909 -54% 589 $1,434   $35,907,300 5
2011/06/10 15 $458,349 -46% 365 $1,256   $36,695,004 6
2011/06/17 22 $210,757 -54% 211 $999   $37,101,064 7
2011/06/24 31 $99,866 -53% 117 $854   $37,295,394 8

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/06 4 $4,157,470   2,035 $2,043   $4,157,470 1
2011/05/07 3 $5,184,037 +25% 2,035 $2,547   $9,341,507 2
2011/05/08 3 $5,873,980 +13% 2,035 $2,886   $15,215,487 3
2011/05/09 4 $1,095,200 -81% 2,035 $538   $16,310,687 4
2011/05/10 4 $948,101 -13% 2,035 $466   $17,258,788 5
2011/05/11 4 $701,383 -26% 2,035 $345   $17,960,171 6
2011/05/12 4 $733,643 +5% 2,035 $361   $18,693,814 7
2011/05/13 6 $1,996,760 +172% 2,035 $981   $20,690,574 8
2011/05/14 6 $3,294,481 +65% 2,035 $1,619   $23,985,055 9
2011/05/15 6 $1,774,949 -46% 2,035 $872   $25,760,004 10
2011/05/16 6 $537,644 -70% 2,035 $264   $26,297,648 11
2011/05/17 7 $515,313 -4% 2,035 $253   $26,812,961 12
2011/05/18 8 $385,773 -25% 2,035 $190   $27,198,734 13
2011/05/19 6 $418,818 +9% 2,035 $206   $27,617,552 14
2011/05/20 8 $1,068,468 +155% 1,472 $726   $28,686,020 15
2011/05/21 7 $1,689,204 +58% 1,472 $1,148   $30,375,224 16
2011/05/22 7 $945,338 -44% 1,472 $642   $31,320,562 17
2011/05/23 8 $304,047 -68% 1,472 $207   $31,624,609 18
2011/05/24 8 $275,987 -9% 1,472 $187   $31,900,596 19
2011/05/25 9 $221,373 -20% 1,472 $150   $32,121,969 20
2011/05/26 9 $159,097 -28% 939 $169   $32,281,066 21
2011/05/27 9 $474,261 +198% 939 $505   $32,755,327 22
2011/05/28 7 $743,747 +57% 939 $792   $33,499,074 23
2011/05/29 10 $605,623 -19% 939 $645   $34,104,697 24
2011/05/30 9 $561,805 -7% 939 $598   $34,666,502 25
2011/05/31 11 $144,198 -74% 939 $154   $34,810,700 26
2011/06/01 11 $126,315 -12% 939 $135   $34,937,015 27
2011/06/02 11 $125,376 -1% 939 $134   $35,062,391 28
2011/06/03 10 $240,440 +92% 589 $408   $35,302,831 29
2011/06/04 9 $398,803 +66% 589 $677   $35,701,634 30
2011/06/05 10 $205,666 -48% 589 $349   $35,907,300 31
2011/06/06 12 $85,625 -58% 589 $145   $35,992,925 32
2011/06/07 12 $81,352 -5% 589 $138   $36,074,277 33
2011/06/08 12 $82,946 +2% 589 $141   $36,157,223 34
2011/06/09 13 $79,432 -4% 589 $135   $36,236,655 35
2011/06/10 15 $135,580 +71% 365 $371   $36,372,235 36
2011/06/11 13 $215,772 +59% 365 $591   $36,588,007 37
2011/06/12 15 $106,997 -50% 365 $293   $36,695,004 38
2011/06/13 16 $50,471 -53% 365 $138   $36,745,475 39
2011/06/14 17 $50,785 +1% 365 $139   $36,796,260 40
2011/06/15 16 $44,869 -12% 365 $123   $36,841,129 41
2011/06/16 16 $49,178 +10% 365 $135   $36,890,307 42
2011/06/17 - $59,257 +20% 211 $281   $36,949,564 43
2011/06/18 - $88,369 +49% 211 $419   $37,037,933 44
2011/06/19 - $63,131 -29% 211 $299   $37,101,064 45
2011/06/24 - $30,752   117 $263   $37,226,280 50
2011/06/25 - $46,106 +50% 117 $394   $37,272,386 51
2011/06/26 - $23,008 -50% 117 $197   $37,295,394 52

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2011/05/06 3 $18,693,814   2,035 $9,186   $18,693,814 1
2011/05/13 6 $8,923,738 -52% 2,035 $4,385   $27,617,552 2
2011/05/20 10 $4,663,514 -48% 1,472 $3,168   $32,281,066 3
2011/05/27 10 $2,781,325 -40% 939 $2,962   $35,062,391 4
2011/06/03 10 $1,174,264 -58% 589 $1,994   $36,236,655 5
2011/06/10 16 $653,652 -44% 365 $1,791   $36,890,307 6
2011/06/17 24 $305,221 -53% 211 $1,447   $37,195,528 7
2011/06/24 39 $99,866 -67% 117 $854   $37,295,394 8

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/14/20112228,529 228,529$3,958,122$3,958,1221
8/21/2011954,350-76% 282,879$896,232$4,854,3542
8/28/20111531,143-43% 314,022$451,262$5,305,6163
9/4/20111923,333-25% 337,355$368,195$5,673,8114
9/11/20113013,251-43% 350,606$196,777$5,870,5885

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/14/2011633,093 33,093$779,010$779,0101

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