Just Go With It

Just Go With It poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $103,028,109Details
International Box Office $111,946,844
Worldwide Box Office $214,974,953
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $15,682,644 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $4,737,415 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $20,420,059
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Synopsis

In Just Go With It, a plastic surgeon, romancing a much younger schoolteacher, enlists his loyal assistant to pretend to be his soon to be ex-wife, in order to cover up a careless lie. When more lies backfire, the assistant's kids become involved, and everyone heads off for a weekend in Hawaii that will change all their lives.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 11th, 2011 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: June 7th, 2011 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for frequent crude and sexual content, partial nudity, brief drug references and language.
(Rating bulletin 2154, 1/12/2011)
Keywords: Gratuitous Cameos, Family Vacations, Unexpected Families, Relationships Gone Wrong, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: True Grit in Battle for Top Spot

While three new releases reached the top five, none were able to sell as many DVDs as True Grit. That film sold 446,000 units over the week for a total of 1.36 million after two, lifting its total revenue to $20.95 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: True Grit is a Smooth Operator on High Definition

While True Grit opening in first place on the Blu-ray sales chart this week was no surprise, its dominance was. During its first week of release it sold 737,000 units and generated $13.41 million in sales, which is close to half the total Blu-ray market. Compared to DVD, Blu-rays represented 42% of total units and 46% of revenue. Normally Westerns tend to skew a little older when it comes to age demographics, so I was expecting a slightly weaker than average Blu-ray ratio, closer to 30% than 40%. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Have True Grit

There were seven new releases on this week's DVD Sales Chart, and six of those reached the top ten. Leading the way was True Grit with 1.02 million units / $15.91 million during its opening week on the home market. It is already in 30th place for 2011 and should quickly climb much further up. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 7th, 2011

The summer is usually a really weak time for home market releases, but this week is amazing. Not only are there two $100 million hits coming out on DVD / Blu-ray this week, but there are also half-a-dozen TV on DVD releases, a few limited releases, direct-to-DVD releases, and catalog titles, many of which are worth picking up, or even contenders for Pick of the Week. I tried to narrow the list of contenders down to one, but I couldn't do it. In the end I went with Leverage: Season Three on DVD and True Grit on Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack as co-winners of the Pick of the Week. More...

International Box Office: Blame it on Rio

Did summer start already? I ask because we have a summer-like result at the international box office this weekend. Rio crushed the competition with $54.94 million on 11,714 screens in 45 markets. Opening on more than 10,000 screens is usually a feat reserved for summer blockbusters. The film earned first place in nearly every market, although its individual results did vary considerably. For instance, it was stunning in Russia earning $9.28 million on 1,297 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.31 million. Perhaps more impressively, the film earned $8.77 million on 1,024 screens in Brazil. While Brazil is a very large country, it's still an emerging market and this is a great result there. The film was also strong in Mexico with $4.90 million on 1,521. On the other hand, it was more average in a number of other major markets. For instance, it earned $2.63 million on 724 screens in Germany, which is mediocre for a potential blockbuster. The same was true in the U.K. with $2.48 million on 522, in Australia with $2.42 million on 459, and in Spain with $2.21 million on 390. More...

International Box Office: Just Barely Winning

Just Go With It reached first place on the international chart with $10.84 million on 2,791 screens in 40 markets for a total of $76.26 million after 8 weeks of release. It opened in first place in Australia with $2.44 million on 311 screens, but it struggled in Italy with just $732,000 on 248. So far the film has $9.09 million in Russia after just two weeks, including $2.87 million on 544 screens this past weekend. More...

International Box Office: Another Victory for Battle

Battle: Los Angeles remained in first place on the international scene with $16.32 million on 7,746 screens in 55 markets for a total of $79.63 million after three weeks of release. It didn't have many new openings. It did add $1.12 million on 331 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $4.39 million so far. It has already made more internationally than it has domestically, and with openings in Spain, Germany, and Italy, it should have no trouble getting to $200 million worldwide. I think the studio should be happy with that, but I'm not sure they will be happy enough to go with a sequel. More...

Wimpy Fights its Way to the Top

Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules opened on the high end of expectations while Sucker Punch opened on the low end of expectations, which meant there wasn't a really tight race for top spot at the box office this weekend. The overall box office was healthy with a total haul of $121 million, which was close to 6% higher than last weekend, but it was also close to 6% lower than the same weekend last year. On the one hand, this is arguably the best performance 2011 has had so far, as the only time we've won on the year-over-year comparison was when 2011 has a holiday that didn't line up with 2010. On the other hand, 2011 is still half a billion dollars behind 2010's pace at $2.18 billion to $2.69 billion. More...

International Box Office: Swan's Song a Three-Part Harmony

For the third weekend in a row, Black Swan led the way on the international chart, pulling in $17.50 million on 3,950 screens in 45 markets for a total of $123.37 million internationally and $226.95 million worldwide. In Spain it remained in first place with $2.52 million on 319 screens over the weekend for a total of $6.47 million after two. It added $2.81 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.74 million after three. It doesn't have many markets left to open in, but the film has already made nearly a quarter billion dollars on a production budget of just $13 million, so it is fantastically profitable. More...

Hall Passes, But Barely

February ended in the same position it has been for nearly the entire year, on the losing end of the comparison to 2010. The post-holiday drop-off was steep at 25% leaving the weekend box office at just $109 million. This was 9% lower than the same weekend last year. Normally, a 9% drop-off year-over-year would be devastating, but that's actually better than 2011 has averaged so far. Year-to-date it is now 21% lower than 2010's pace at $1.53 billion to $1.93 billion. More...

Unknown Finds Self On Top of Chart

It was a good news / bad news situation this weekend as a number of films missed expectations. However, the overall box office was still enough for 2011 to secure its first win, topping last year's box office $145 million to $134 million. Granted, this is not exactly a fair comparison, as it was President's Day long weekend this year and it wasn't last year, but when you've had a 14-week losing streak, you will take any win that you can. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010's pace by nearly $400 million at $1.39 billion to $1.78 billion and there's little you can do to spin that into a positive. More...

Number Four Is Headed For Number One, But Will It Be Enough?

We need a win. It has been more than three months since we've seen a victory in the year-over-year comparison, and with last year's Alice in Wonderland looming ahead on the comparisons, if we don't get a win soon, we might not get one for another couple of months. There is some good news this weekend. It's President's Day long weekend, which actually happened one weekend earlier last year. This means we have a holiday weekend this year going up against the post-holiday weekend from last year. Granted, Shutter Island opened with more than $40 million and I don't think any film will repeat that feat this year. However, last year's second place film, Valentine's Day made under $17 million, and each of the top five films this year could make that much. In order words, depth could be the key to the first victory of the year. More...

Heartbreaking Start to the Year

On the one hand, we are only six weeks into the year, which means it is far too early to push the panic button. On the other hand, there's everything else. It was yet another disappointing weekend at the box office with the top two films barely earning more than last year's number one movie. In fact, even if you ignored last year's number one movie, this year was still weaker in terms of ticket sales. The total box office was $149 million, which was 71% higher than last weekend, but while that seems impressive, it was still 27% lower than last year. 2011 is already closing in on $400 million behind 2010 at $1.17 billion to $1.54 billion. Maybe this coming weekend we can catch a break and finally turn things around. More...

Weekend Estimates: Bieber and Sandler Neck-and-Neck

Justin Bieber's popularity may not be restricted to Twitter after all.

This weekend's box office race is too close to call on Sunday morning after Justin Bieber: Never Say Never posted an impressive $30.26m opening weekend, enough to put it within striking distance of Just Go With It for top spot. The Adam Sandler/Jennifer Aniston romantic comedy is pegged at $31m by Sony Pictures, which makes it the favorite to win, but a 2% difference between the two films means that Bieber could still take the title if fans turn out in greater numbers than expected today. More...

Will 2011 Finally See Some Heat?

2011 is over a month old and we've only had one film that you could call a mid-level hit, two if you want to be generous. Worse still, none of 2010's holdovers have been big either. $100 million films opening in January are very rare, but films earning $100 million during the month of January are not that unusual. In fact, most years the biggest hit of January is a film released in December. So with no new releases or holdover pulling their weight, 2011 is off to a terrible start. This could be the weekend that changes that. Not only is it Valentine's Day weekend, but we should have the first $100 million hit of the year opening on Friday, plus a couple of potential mid-level hits. Unfortunately, at the beginning of the month, I was expecting two potential massive openings, but that appears less likely now. It also makes keeping pace with last year nearly impossible. More...

2011 Preview: February

January got off to about as bad a start as I feared, and already 2011 is behind 2010 by about $275 million. Even worse, last February was better than expected. Not only did Avatar add another $200 million to its coffers during the month, the new releases collectively topped expectations every week (even if some individual releases failed to do so). What does this mean going forward? It means 2011 will likely continue to lose ground on 2010. By the time March rolls around, the only thing box office watchers will be talking about is the slump. More...

Cast

Adam Sandler    Dr. Daniel "Danny" MacCabee
Jennifer Aniston    Katherine Murphy
Brooklyn Decker    Palmer Dodge
Nick Swardson    Eddie Simms
Bailee Madison    Maggie Murphy
Griffin Gluck    Michael Murphy
Nicole Kidman    Devlin Adams
Dave Matthews    Ian Maxtone-Jones

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Dennis Dugan
Producer    Adam Sandler
Producer    Jack Giarraputo
Producer    Heather Parry
Executive Producer    Barry Bernardi
Executive Producer    Tim Herlihy
Executive Producer    Allen Covert
Executive Producer    Steve Koren
Co-Producer    Kevin Grady
Screenwriter    Allan Loeb
Screenwriter    Timothy Dowling
Story Creator    I.A.L. Diamond
Story Creator    Abe Burrows
Story Creator    Pierre Barillet
Story Creator    Jean-Pierre Gredy
Cinematographer    Theo Van de Sande
Editor    Tom Costain
Production Designer    Perry Andelin Blake
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Music Supervisor    Michael Dilbeck
Music Supervisor    Brooks Arthur
Music Supervisor    Kevin Grady
Art Director    Alan Au
Set Designer    John Berger
Set Designer    Lawrence A. Hubbs
Set Decorator    Claire Kaufman
Costume Designer    Ellen Lutter
Sound Mixer    Richard Kite
Supervising Sound Editor    Elmo Weber
Re-recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Special Effects Coordinator    Larz Anderson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ryan Tudhope
Stunt Coordinator    Scott Rogers
Assistant Director    Daniel Silverberg
Casting Director    Roger Mussenden
Casting Director    Jeremy Rich

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/02/11 2 $9,459,694   3,548 $2,666   $9,459,694 1
2011/02/12 1 $13,293,884 +41% 3,548 $3,747   $22,753,578 2
2011/02/13 1 $7,761,154 -42% 3,548 $2,187   $30,514,732 3
2011/02/14 1 $6,037,277 -22% 3,548 $1,702   $36,552,009 4
2011/02/15 1 $2,343,296 -61% 3,548 $660   $38,895,305 5
2011/02/16 1 $1,776,502 -24% 3,548 $501   $40,671,807 6
2011/02/17 1 $1,884,157 +6% 3,548 $531   $42,555,964 7
2011/02/18 3 $5,215,143 +177% 3,548 $1,470   $47,771,107 8
2011/02/19 3 $7,674,001 +47% 3,548 $2,163   $55,445,108 9
2011/02/20 4 $5,589,082 -27% 3,548 $1,575   $61,034,190 10
2011/02/21 4 $3,102,798 -44% 3,548 $875   $64,136,988 11
2011/02/22 3 $1,586,615 -49% 3,548 $447   $65,723,603 12
2011/02/23 3 $1,256,901 -21% 3,548 $354   $66,980,504 13
2011/02/24 3 $1,274,318 +1% 3,548 $359   $68,254,822 14
2011/02/25 3 $3,251,662 +155% 3,544 $918   $71,506,484 15
2011/02/26 5 $4,916,005 +51% 3,544 $1,387   $76,422,489 16
2011/02/27 6 $2,364,577 -52% 3,544 $667   $78,787,066 17
2011/02/28 5 $670,486 -72% 3,544 $189   $79,457,552 18
2011/03/01 5 $853,173 +27% 3,544 $241   $80,310,725 19
2011/03/02 5 $676,840 -21% 3,544 $191   $80,987,565 20
2011/03/03 4 $712,505 +5% 3,544 $201   $81,700,070 21
2011/03/04 5 $1,935,481 +172% 2,920 $663   $83,635,551 22
2011/03/05 7 $2,948,827 +52% 2,920 $1,010   $86,584,378 23
2011/03/06 8 $1,546,938 -48% 2,920 $530   $88,131,316 24
2011/03/07 8 $421,249 -73% 2,920 $144   $88,552,565 25
2011/03/08 6 $518,910 +23% 2,920 $178   $89,071,475 26
2011/03/09 6 $424,460 -18% 2,920 $145   $89,495,935 27
2011/03/10 6 $485,646 +14% 2,920 $166   $89,981,581 28
2011/03/11 8 $1,216,888 +151% 2,398 $507   $91,198,469 29
2011/03/12 8 $1,832,704 +51% 2,398 $764   $93,031,173 30
2011/03/13 9 $969,674 -47% 2,398 $404   $94,000,847 31
2011/03/14 9 $389,248 -60% 2,398 $162   $94,390,095 32
2011/03/15 9 $501,805 +29% 2,398 $209   $94,891,900 33
2011/03/16 9 $433,486 -14% 2,398 $181   $95,325,386 34
2011/03/17 9 $393,823 -9% 2,398 $164   $95,719,209 35
2011/03/18 11 $752,663 +91% 1,708 $441   $96,471,872 36
2011/03/19 11 $1,001,722 +33% 1,708 $586   $97,473,594 37
2011/03/20 13 $490,730 -51% 1,708 $287   $97,964,324 38
2011/03/21 13 $184,317 -62% 1,708 $108   $98,148,641 39
2011/03/22 12 $207,085 +12% 1,708 $121   $98,355,726 40
2011/03/23 13 $183,309 -11% 1,708 $107   $98,539,035 41
2011/03/24 13 $201,786 +10% 1,708 $118   $98,740,821 42
2011/03/25 13 $466,785 +131% 1,116 $418   $99,207,606 43
2011/03/26 14 $693,385 +49% 1,116 $621   $99,900,991 44
2011/03/27 15 $350,105 -50% 1,116 $314   $100,251,096 45
2011/03/28 15 $132,227 -62% 1,116 $118   $100,383,323 46
2011/03/29 15 $141,855 +7% 1,116 $127   $100,525,178 47
2011/03/30 15 $126,948 -11% 1,116 $114   $100,652,126 48
2011/03/31 15 $140,381 +11% 1,116 $126   $100,792,507 49
2011/04/01 18 $206,371 +47% 597 $346   $100,998,878 50
2011/04/02 18 $289,141 +40% 597 $484   $101,288,019 51
2011/04/03 18 $137,301 -53% 597 $230   $101,425,320 52
2011/04/04 19 $49,242 -64% 597 $82   $101,474,562 53
2011/04/05 18 $71,937 +46% 597 $120   $101,546,499 54
2011/04/06 18 $50,894 -29% 597 $85   $101,597,393 55
2011/04/07 18 $54,586 +7% 597 $91   $101,651,979 56
2011/04/08 - $85,998 +58% 320 $269   $101,737,977 57
2011/04/09 - $126,936 +48% 320 $397   $101,864,913 58
2011/04/10 - $52,354 -59% 320 $164   $101,917,267 59
2011/04/11 - $17,981 -66% 320 $56   $101,935,248 60
2011/04/12 - $26,241 +46% 320 $82   $101,961,489 61
2011/04/13 - $19,818 -24% 320 $62   $101,981,307 62
2011/04/14 - $19,422 -2% 320 $61   $102,000,729 63
2011/04/15 - $77,361 +298% 326 $237   $102,078,090 64
2011/04/16 - $126,644 +64% 326 $388   $102,204,734 65
2011/04/17 - $66,597 -47% 326 $204   $102,271,331 66
2011/04/18 - $26,337 -60% 326 $81   $102,297,668 67
2011/04/19 - $35,083 +33% 326 $108   $102,332,751 68
2011/04/20 - $30,921 -12% 326 $95   $102,363,672 69
2011/04/21 - $40,428 +31% 326 $124   $102,404,100 70
2011/04/22 - $73,308 +81% 265 $277   $102,477,408 71
2011/04/23 - $78,909 +8% 265 $298   $102,556,317 72
2011/04/24 - $46,199 -41% 265 $174   $102,602,516 73
2011/04/25 - $22,808 -51% 265 $86   $102,625,324 74
2011/04/26 - $20,474 -10% 265 $77   $102,645,798 75
2011/04/27 - $17,810 -13% 265 $67   $102,663,608 76
2011/04/28 - $17,551 -1% 265 $66   $102,681,159 77
2011/04/29 - $39,479 +125% 199 $198   $102,720,638 78
2011/04/30 - $56,977 +44% 199 $286   $102,777,615 79
2011/05/01 - $31,132 -45% 199 $156   $102,808,747 80
2011/05/06 - $25,183   133 $189   $102,879,205 85
2011/05/07 - $37,090 +47% 133 $279   $102,916,295 86
2011/05/08 - $25,085 -32% 133 $189   $102,941,380 87
2011/05/13 - $17,401   89 $196   $102,988,948 92
2011/05/14 - $24,025 +38% 89 $270   $103,012,973 93
2011/05/15 - $15,136 -37% 89 $170   $103,028,109 94

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/02/11 1 $30,514,732   3,548 $8,601   $30,514,732 3
2011/02/18 4 $18,478,226 -39% 3,548 $5,208   $61,034,190 10
2011/02/25 5 $10,532,244 -43% 3,544 $2,972   $78,787,066 17
2011/03/04 7 $6,431,246 -39% 2,920 $2,202   $88,131,316 24
2011/03/11 8 $4,019,266 -38% 2,398 $1,676   $94,000,847 31
2011/03/18 12 $2,245,115 -44% 1,708 $1,314   $97,964,324 38
2011/03/25 14 $1,510,275 -33% 1,116 $1,353   $100,251,096 45
2011/04/01 18 $632,813 -58% 597 $1,060   $101,425,320 52
2011/04/08 25 $265,288 -58% 320 $829   $101,917,267 59
2011/04/15 24 $270,602 +2% 326 $830   $102,271,331 66
2011/04/22 28 $198,416 -27% 265 $749   $102,602,516 73
2011/04/29 33 $127,588 -36% 199 $641   $102,808,747 80
2011/05/06 39 $87,358 -32% 133 $657   $102,941,380 87
2011/05/13 51 $56,562 -35% 89 $636   $103,028,109 94

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/12/20112381,254 381,254$6,561,381$6,561,3811
6/19/20115126,107-67% 507,361$2,016,451$8,577,8322
6/26/2011979,547-37% 586,908$1,407,982$9,985,8143
7/3/20111939,828-50% 584,453$736,420$10,018,0594
7/10/20111632,704-18% 617,157$604,697$10,622,7565
7/17/20111732,202-2% 649,359$443,744$11,066,5006
7/24/20112225,799-20% 675,158$412,526$11,479,0267
7/31/20111632,890+27% 708,048$535,449$12,014,4758
8/7/20111921,997-33% 730,045$367,350$12,381,8259
8/14/20111429,883+36% 759,928$503,529$12,885,35310
8/21/20112514,830-50% 774,758$231,793$13,117,14611
8/28/20112716,069+8% 790,827$216,771$13,333,91712
9/4/20112813,955-13% 804,782$190,207$13,524,12413

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/12/20112105,385 105,385$2,334,282$2,334,2821
6/19/2011926,136-75% 131,522$600,878$2,935,1602
6/26/20111411,410-56% 142,932$282,279$3,217,4393
7/17/20111512,357 171,803$301,264$3,909,9776
8/14/20112010,907 189,138$238,316$4,288,74210

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