Knowing

Knowing poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $79,957,634Details
International Box Office $107,901,008
Worldwide Box Office $187,858,642
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $24,696,680 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,354,129 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $27,050,809
Further financial details...

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  2. News
  3. Box Office
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  6. Cast & Crew
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
33% - Rotten
Audience
42% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 20th, 2009 (Wide) by Summit Entertainment
Video Release: July 7th, 2009 by Summit Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For disaster sequences, disturbing images and brief strong language
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Escape Artists, Mystery Clock Cinema

International Details - An Interesting Proposal

The Proposal had massive gains this past weekend and just failed to reach the top five with $5.83 million on 2160 screens in 42 markets for a total of $124.60 million internationally and $285.57 million worldwide. It is now the biggest worldwide hit for Sandra Bullock, and it still has a chance to overtake Speed internationally. This week it debuted in third place in Italy with $1.43 million on 354 screens over the weekend for a total of $1.86 million during its opening, which is much weaker than its performance here. It has yet to open in France, which is key in its quest to overtake Speed, but even if it bombs there and in Japan, it will still hit $300 million worldwide. More...

DVD Rentals - Not a Fast Week for New Releases

While there were five new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental chart this week, only one of them reached the top ten. That new release was Fast and Furious, which placed first with roughly two thirds more rentals than Watchmen. More...

DVD Rentals - Watching Watchmen and Coraline and the Rest of the New Releases

New releases were not as plentiful on the rental chart as they were on the sales chart, mainly due to the fact that TV on DVD dominated the lower half of sales. The top two films were the same with Watchmen opening in first place with roughly 50% more rentals than Coraline had. More...

DVD Sales - People were Watching New Releases

This was arguably the best week for new releases since summer began with eight reaching the top 30, including two new releases that finished first and second. Number one was Watchmen with 1.23 million units sold generating $25.60 million in sales. More...

DVD Rentals - Nothing Knew On top of the Rental Chart

Firstly, that pun in the headline is so bad I caused my physical pain when I wrote it. But as it implies, none of the new releases were able to topple Knowing leaving the DVD in top spot on the rental chart. More...

DVD Sales - New Releases Haunt Sales Chart

There were not a lot of new releases to chart this week, and only one of them made it into the top five. However, that one film was A Haunting in Connecticut, which earned first place earning $8.76 million on 439,000 units sold. More...

International Details - Harry Leaves Competition in the Cold

Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs was pushed into second place by The Half-Blood Prince, but it became the biggest international hit of the year topping Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen. Over the weekend the film added $61.90 million on 11,089 screens in 102 markets for a total of $430.88 million internationally and $582.75 million Worldwide. It is possible that the film is already the biggest his in the franchise, but we won't know for sure till this weekend's numbers are released. More...

DVD Rentals - Getting to Know Knowing

The same three new releases that topped the sales chart this week also topped the rental charts, and they finished in the same order. Knowing opened in first place with more than Push and The Unborn made combined. More...

DVD Sales - Well Known

Sales picked up this week with the release of Knowing and a few other new releases that topped the sales chart this week. Knowing led the way with respectable sales of 773,000 units and $12.51 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

International Details - New Number One for the Year

Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen became the biggest hit of the year on the international scene, at least for a little while. Over the weekend it added $34.27 million on 8210 screens in 62 markets for a total of $371.24 million internationally and $710.46 million worldwide. It has overtaken Angels and Demons for the biggest international hit of 2009, for the time being, while it is just ahead of the original's worldwide total. More...

DVD Releases for July 7th, 2009

This is a slow week. Even compared to the recent slow weeks we've encountered, this is a slow week. There are a few first run releases on this week's list, but the best of them earned weak reviews and was only a mid-level hit at the box office. The best release overall is Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Volume 15, but it is a bit of a niche market release, and I'm hesitant to award it the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

International Details - Wolverine is Cut Down, but Still Fighting Hard

Wolverine was pushed into second place on the international chart with $28.95 million on 8982 screens in 93 markets for a total of $121.58 million. This was a 60% drop-off, but that was better than it was domestically, and it appears $300 million worldwide is a sure bet. The film was pushed into third place in the U.K., but still managed a healthy $3.39 million on 484 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.47 million. It remained in first place in France with $3.95 million on 700 screens, but that was for the full week giving the film $11.80 million after two. It also finished in first place in Brazil with $2.11 million on 609 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.81 million after two. Next up for the film is Mexico, where it opens at the end of May, while it ends its run in Japan in August. More...

International Details - Hannah Strikes a Chord

We've entered the summer schedule and this year there will be a small change. Instead of dealing with just the films that have reached $1 million or more on the international chart, we will be dealing with just the films that have reached $2 million or more. The reason for this change is simple; with the rise of many midlevel markets, reaching $1 million is just not that big of a feat anymore. The best of the rest of this week's selection was Hannah Montana the Movie, which placed a healthy second with $6.95 million on 1300 screens in 13 markets for a very early total of $8.96 million. This includes second place openings in the U.K. with $3.03 million on 415 screens in the U.K., which was as expected, and $1.44 million on 346 screens over the weekend in Italy and $1.64 million in total, which was better than expected. Also, it is about a week away from topping $1 million in Poland after earning $124,000 on 105 screens over the weekend giving it $932,000 after three. Combined with the nearly $75 million the movie has earned domestically, and this film is very, very close to showing a profit before the lucrative home market. More...

International Top Five - Furious Still Running Fast

Fast and Furious took another victory lap on top of the international box office with $15.91 million on 6333 screens in 58 markets for a total of $170.94 million. This includes a first place finish in Italy; there the film topped the charts with ease, despite falling nearly 60% to $2.10 million on 422 screens over the weekend, while it has made $8.81 million after two. It fell even further in Australia down 62%, but it still managed to repeat on top with $2.17 million on 345 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.68 million. These large collapses during the film's second weekend of release are far too common during its international run; however, with $316.31 million worldwide, the movie is a smash hit, no matter how you look at it. More...

International Top Five - Fast Furriest of Them All

Fast and Furious remained in top shot with $34.65 million on 6361 screens in 57 markets for a total of $143.81 million internationally and $280.02 million worldwide. In Italy, the film opened in first place with $5.04 million on 414 screens over the weekend and $5.14 million in total while it managed the same feat in Australia with $5.69 million on 345 screens over the weekend and $5.88 million in total. It also placed first during its debut in China, but no box office numbers were released. The film fell more than 60% in the U.K. adding $2.82 million on 385 screens over the weekend for a total of $14.97 million after two. In Russia it performed even worse down 75% to $2.14 million on 696 screens over the weekend for a total of $12.48 million. More...

International Details - Unknown Success

Knowing was able to sneak into third place, despite earlier reports to the contrary. Over the past weekend it earned $13.35 million on 2943 screens in 24 markets for a total of $47.80 million. The film opened in a number of smaller markets, but most of the growth came from two major markets: Germany and Spain. In the former it made $1.47 million on 440 screens, while in the latter it made a more impressive $2.35 million on 330 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.11 million. As far as holdovers are concerned, the film held steady in France down just 16% to $3.06 million on 348 screens, but that was for the full week. After two weeks the film now has $6.72 million in that market. More...

Fangirls Put Hannah on Top

Records fell over Easter weekend, as the overall box office pulled in $133 million, which was the best ever for an Easter Weekend. It was 14% lower that last weekend when Fast and Furious beat records. On the other hand, it was it was 15% higher that last Easter and 41% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $2.57 billion, which is 14.3% higher than the 2008's pace. More...

International Top Five - Monsters Fight Their Way to the Top

Monsters vs. Aliens expanded practically worldwide over the weekend climbing into first place with $33.47 million on 7707 screens in 49 markets for a still early total of $46.90 million. It opened in most major markets scoring first place in the U.K. with $6.47 million on 520 screens, as well as in Italy with $2.86 on 496 and in Australia with $2.77 million on 382. It finished in second place in Spain with $2.82 million on 538 screens and in Mexico with $2.00 million on 539 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.06 million. On the other hand, it struggled in France landing in third place with $2.15 million on 790 screens and was even weaker in Germany earning fifth place with $1.40 million on 699. In both markets its per screen average was well below expectations and dragged down its overall per screen average. Perhaps the films the movie is spoofing are just not well known enough to draw in audiences overseas. Or perhaps there are not enough 3-D theaters overseas to give its overall box office a big enough boost. Regardless, the film should reach $100 million internationally, which will be enough to give the film a profit, assuming the price tag was not completely irrational. More...

Zero to Seventy is Three Days

Fast and Furious broke records over the weekend and helped take the overall box office to $155 million. That's 6% more than last weekend, and 62% than the same weekend last year. Stunning. Overall, 2009 has managed $2.57 billion, which is 14% ahead of last year's pace. More...

Fast Start or Furious Filmmakers?

April starts off with what could be one of the biggest openings of the year, as well as one of the best reviewed movies of the year. Sadly, these are two separate movies. Even if the top film misses expectations, it should still earn more than the combined total of last year's set of wide releases, and help 2009 maintain its record setting pace. More...

International Top Five - Slum Comes Out On Top in Crowded Race

Slumdog Millionaire returned to first place on the international chart with $9.59 million on 3123 screens in 52 markets for a total of $170.31 million internationally and $309.86 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in China with $2.93 million on just over 400 screens, which is the best opening for a non-American foreign film for the past decade. It also showed no signs of declining in Germany, where it added $2.37 million on 270 screens during its second weekend, which was nearly identical to its opening, and it now has a total of $5.54 million. More...

Monsters Take Down All Competition

It was an amazing weekend at the box office as all six films on this list beat expectations. Granted, some times that was by the smallest of margins, but after two down weeks in a row we will take all the good news we can. Speaking of good news, the overall box office shot up by 39% from last weekend to $146 million. More importantly, that was 38% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has now pulled in $2.38 billion, which is 12% higher than last year's pace. With April of '08 starting slowly, we have a great chance to extend the lead this coming weekend. More...

International Details - Watchmen Slowing Down

Watchmen fell out of the top five with $6.35 million on 4965 screens in 53 markets for a total of $60.63 million. Unless it is a big hit in Japan over the weekend, $100 million internationally is likely out of the question, as is $200 million worldwide. Depending on how much it costs to advertise, it could still make enough to show a profit, but it could take quite a bit longer than the studio would have liked. More...

Contest - All Knowing - Winning Announcement

The winners of our All Knowing contest were determined and they are... More...

Monsters vs. Everyone Else

It's a one-horse race for top spot at the box office with Monsters vs. Aliens being that one horse. However, while there's no real race for the top this weekend, it will be interesting to see if the film can top last year's big spring release, Horton Hears a Who. Or if it can top The Watchmen for best opening weekend of the year. Or, most importantly, if it can help 2009 regain its winning ways over 2008. That shouldn't be too hard, as this week last year wasn't particularly strong. More...

In the Know

It was a relatively predictable weekend at the box office with all five films finishing in the right order and within an acceptable margin of error. The main difference was the top three films were more spread out than expected, which gave Knowing a much easier win. Overall, the box office pulled in $105 million, which was 4.5% higher than last weekend, but as expected, it was 6.6% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date 2009 has pulled in $2.20 billion, which is 12% higher than last year's pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Knowing Wins Weekend Face-Off

A fascinating box office face-off ended in a good win for Knowing over the weekend as the Nicolas Cage thriller earned $24.814 million, according to Summit's Sunday estimate, and topped the latest from Paul Rudd and Julia Roberts. Rudd's comedy, I Love You, Man did a decent $18 million, while Roberts' Duplicity was a little more disappointing with an estimated $14.4 million. More...

Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of March 20th, 2009

If I were to use just one word to describe the sites on this week's list, that would would be 'solid'. Most of the sites on this list have all of the usual features, while a few has some minor extras. But none have what it takes to be the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Who Knows Who Will Win at the Box Office?

There could be quite a race for top spot on top of the weekend box office with all three wide releases with a shot at coming out on top. Knowing, I Love You, Man, and Duplicity all have their strengths, and weaknesses, and this has led to analysts being divided on which movie will win. They are less divided on the chances they will keep up with last year's number one film, and it appears it will be another losing weekend for 2009. However, that should change next weekend. More...

Contest - All Knowing

Only one saturation level release next week, Knowing, and it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. A movie about predictions being the target of a box office prediction game. Delicious. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Knowing. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of SpongeBob SquarePants - SpongeBob vs. the Big One on DVD, as well as The Hills - Season Four on DVD and Stiletto 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 also win a copy of The Hills - Season Four on DVD and Stiletto on DVD. Finally, one additional entrant will be chosen and they will win a third copy of Stiletto on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2009 Preview: March

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Cast

Nicolas Cage    John Koestler
Rose Byrne    Diana
Chandler Canterbury    Caleb Koestler
Ben Mendelsohn    Phil Beckman
Lara Robinson    Abby/Lucinda
Nadia Townsend    Grace
Danielle Carter    Miss Taylor (1959)
Alethea McGrath    Miss Taylor (2009)
Alan Hopgood    Revered Koestler
D.G. Maloney    The Stranger

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Alex Proyas
Screenwriter    Ryne Douglas Pearson
Screenwriter    Juliet Snowden
Screenwriter    Stiles White
Story Creator    Ryne Douglas Pearson
Adaptation    Alex Proyas
Producer    Todd Black
Producer    Jason Blumenthal
Producer    Steve Tisch
Producer    Alex Proyas
Executive Producer    Stephen Jones
Executive Producer    Topher Dow
Executive Producer    Norm Golightly
Executive Producer    David Bloomfield
Executive Producer    Ryne Douglas Pearson
Co-Executive Producer    Aaron Kaplan
Co-Executive Producer    Sean Perrone
Cinematographer    Simon Duggan
Editor    Richard Learoyd
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Production Designer    Steven Jones-Evans
Supervising Art Director    Michelle McGahey
Art Director    Andy Walpole
Set Designer    Jane Mancini
Set Decorator    Nicki Gardiner
Costume Designer    Terry Ryan
Sound    Peter Grace
Supervising Sound Editor    Andrew Plain
Sound Designer    Michael McMenomy
Re-recording Mixer    Phil Heywood
Re-recording Mixer    Robert Sullivan
Re-recording Mixer    Pewter Purcell
Special Effects Supervisor    Angelo Sahin
Visual Effects Supervisor    Andrew Jackson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Eric Durst
Stunt Coordinator    Chris Anderson
Assistant Director    Steve Andrews
Second Unit Director    Kimble Rendall
Second Unit Camera    Ross Emery

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/03/20 1 $8,969,774   3,332 $2,692   $8,969,774 1
2009/03/21 1 $9,872,734 +10% 3,332 $2,963   $18,842,508 2
2009/03/22 1 $5,762,243 -42% 3,332 $1,729   $24,604,751 3
2009/03/23 1 $1,820,529 -68% 3,332 $546   $26,425,280 4
2009/03/24 1 $1,857,291 +2% 3,332 $557   $28,282,571 5
2009/03/25 1 $1,586,671 -15% 3,332 $476   $29,869,242 6
2009/03/26 1 $1,645,770 +4% 3,332 $494   $31,515,012 7
2009/03/27 3 $4,607,824 +180% 3,337 $1,381   $36,122,836 8
2009/03/28 3 $6,360,181 +38% 3,337 $1,906   $42,483,017 9
2009/03/29 3 $3,734,182 -41% 3,337 $1,119   $46,217,199 10
2009/03/30 4 $966,111 -74% 3,337 $290   $47,183,310 11
2009/03/31 4 $1,050,535 +9% 3,337 $315   $48,233,845 12
2009/04/01 4 $899,553 -14% 3,337 $270   $49,133,398 13
2009/04/02 4 $940,216 +5% 3,337 $282   $50,073,614 14
2009/04/03 4 $2,751,331 +193% 3,323 $828   $52,824,945 15
2009/04/04 4 $3,438,906 +25% 3,323 $1,035   $56,263,851 16
2009/04/05 3 $1,955,919 -43% 3,323 $589   $58,219,770 17
2009/04/06 5 $661,514 -66% 3,323 $199   $58,881,284 18
2009/04/07 5 $800,437 +21% 3,323 $241   $59,681,721 19
2009/04/08 5 $737,672 -8% 3,323 $222   $60,419,393 20
2009/04/09 5 $916,724 +24% 3,323 $276   $61,336,117 21
2009/04/10 6 $2,325,276 +154% 2,925 $795   $63,661,393 22
2009/04/11 5 $2,560,950 +10% 2,925 $876   $66,222,343 23
2009/04/12 5 $1,547,207 -40% 2,925 $529   $67,769,550 24
2009/04/13 5 $725,884 -53% 2,925 $248   $68,495,434 25
2009/04/14 5 $648,237 -11% 2,925 $222   $69,143,671 26
2009/04/15 5 $546,781 -16% 2,925 $187   $69,690,452 27
2009/04/16 6 $530,104 -3% 2,925 $181   $70,220,556 28
2009/04/17 8 $1,100,134 +108% 2,405 $457   $71,320,690 29
2009/04/18 8 $1,551,381 +41% 2,405 $645   $72,872,071 30
2009/04/19 8 $923,212 -40% 2,405 $384   $73,795,283 31
2009/04/20 9 $265,590 -71% 2,405 $110   $74,060,873 32
2009/04/21 9 $292,472 +10% 2,405 $122   $74,353,345 33
2009/04/22 10 $243,904 -17% 2,405 $101   $74,597,249 34
2009/04/23 10 $240,101 -2% 2,405 $100   $74,837,350 35
2009/04/24 12 $569,937 +137% 1,860 $306   $75,407,287 36
2009/04/25 11 $876,881 +54% 1,860 $471   $76,284,168 37
2009/04/26 12 $496,336 -43% 1,860 $267   $76,780,504 38
2009/04/27 13 $135,972 -73% 1,860 $73   $76,916,476 39
2009/04/28 13 $158,275 +16% 1,860 $85   $77,074,751 40
2009/04/29 13 $148,175 -6% 1,860 $80   $77,222,926 41
2009/04/30 13 $141,839 -4% 1,860 $76   $77,364,765 42
2009/05/01 15 $167,550 +18% 822 $204   $77,532,315 43
2009/05/02 15 $255,606 +53% 822 $311   $77,787,921 44
2009/05/03 16 $144,940 -43% 822 $176   $77,932,861 45
2009/05/04 - $41,710 -71% 822 $51   $77,974,571 46
2009/05/05 - $44,048 +6% 822 $54   $78,018,619 47
2009/05/06 - $44,750 +2% 822 $54   $78,063,369 48
2009/05/07 - $34,965 -22% 822 $43   $78,098,334 49
2009/05/08 - $86,998 +149% 373 $233   $78,185,332 50
2009/05/09 - $126,498 +45% 373 $339   $78,311,830 51
2009/05/10 - $89,801 -29% 373 $241   $78,401,631 52
2009/05/11 - $23,597 -74% 373 $63   $78,425,228 53
2009/05/12 - $26,248 +11% 373 $70   $78,451,476 54
2009/05/13 - $23,508 -10% 373 $63   $78,474,984 55
2009/05/14 - $24,474 +4% 373 $66   $78,499,458 56
2009/05/15 - $95,719 +291% 421 $227   $78,595,177 57
2009/05/16 - $153,848 +61% 421 $365   $78,749,025 58
2009/05/17 - $87,441 -43% 421 $208   $78,836,466 59
2009/05/18 - $37,635 -57% 421 $89   $78,874,101 60
2009/05/19 - $35,746 -5% 421 $85   $78,909,847 61
2009/05/20 - $33,720 -6% 421 $80   $78,943,567 62
2009/05/21 - $27,154 -19% 421 $64   $78,970,721 63
2009/05/22 - $50,782 +87% 264 $192   $79,021,503 64
2009/05/23 - $74,347 +46% 264 $282   $79,095,850 65
2009/05/24 - $70,215 -6% 264 $266   $79,166,065 66
2009/05/25 26 $43,640 -38% 264 $165   $79,209,705 67
2009/05/26 - $18,691 -57% 264 $71   $79,228,396 68
2009/05/27 - $17,624 -6% 264 $67   $79,246,020 69
2009/05/28 - $21,152 +20% 264 $80   $79,267,172 70
2009/05/29 - $37,979 +80% 195 $195   $79,305,151 71
2009/05/30 - $57,448 +51% 195 $295   $79,362,599 72
2009/05/31 - $32,516 -43% 195 $167   $79,395,115 73
2009/06/01 - $11,955 -63% 195 $61   $79,407,070 74
2009/06/02 - $14,501 +21% 195 $74   $79,421,571 75
2009/06/03 - $15,328 +6% 195 $79   $79,436,899 76
2009/06/04 - $15,193 -1% 195 $78   $79,452,092 77
2009/06/05 - $32,040 +111% 152 $211   $79,484,132 78
2009/06/06 - $36,179 +13% 152 $238   $79,520,311 79
2009/06/07 - $24,816 -31% 152 $163   $79,545,127 80
2009/06/08 - $11,724 -53% 152 $77   $79,556,851 81
2009/06/09 - $12,783 +9% 152 $84   $79,569,634 82
2009/06/10 - $13,651 +7% 152 $90   $79,583,285 83
2009/06/11 - $17,754 +30% 152 $117   $79,601,039 84
2009/06/12 - $22,154 +25% 122 $182   $79,623,193 85
2009/06/13 - $31,963 +44% 122 $262   $79,655,156 86
2009/06/14 - $19,448 -39% 122 $159   $79,674,604 87
2009/06/15 - $9,827 -49% 122 $81   $79,684,431 88
2009/06/16 - $10,748 +9% 122 $88   $79,695,179 89
2009/06/17 - $10,819 +1% 122 $89   $79,705,998 90
2009/06/18 - $14,851 +37% 122 $122   $79,720,849 91
2009/06/19 - $31,389 +111% 115 $273   $79,752,238 92
2009/06/20 - $39,823 +27% 115 $346   $79,792,061 93
2009/06/21 - $27,932 -30% 115 $243   $79,819,993 94
2009/06/22 - $15,551 -44% 115 $135   $79,835,544 95
2009/06/23 - $16,075 +3% 115 $140   $79,851,619 96
2009/06/24 - $13,515 -16% 115 $118   $79,865,134 97
2009/06/25 - $11,482 -15% 115 $100   $79,876,616 98
2009/06/26 - $10,831 -6% 57 $190   $79,887,447 99
2009/06/27 - $14,214 +31% 57 $249   $79,901,661 100
2009/06/28 - $10,216 -28% 57 $179   $79,911,877 101
2009/06/29 - $4,776 -53% 57 $84   $79,916,653 102
2009/06/30 - $6,929 +45% 57 $122   $79,923,582 103
2009/07/01 - $4,704 -32% 57 $83   $79,928,286 104
2009/07/02 - $5,355 +14% 57 $94   $79,933,641 105
2009/07/03 - $4,649 -13% 24 $194   $79,938,290 106
2009/07/04 - $4,882 +5% 24 $203   $79,943,172 107
2009/07/05 - $4,941 +1% 24 $206   $79,948,113 108
2009/07/06 - $2,723 -45% 24 $113   $79,950,836 109
2009/07/07 - $2,653 -3% 24 $111   $79,953,489 110
2009/07/08 - $2,143 -19% 24 $89   $79,955,632 111
2009/07/09 - $2,002 -7% 24 $83   $79,957,634 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/03/20 1 $24,604,751   3,332 $7,384   $24,604,751 3
2009/03/27 3 $14,702,187 -40% 3,337 $4,406   $46,217,199 10
2009/04/03 4 $8,146,156 -45% 3,323 $2,451   $58,219,770 17
2009/04/10 5 $6,433,433 -21% 2,925 $2,199   $67,769,550 24
2009/04/17 8 $3,574,727 -44% 2,405 $1,486   $73,795,283 31
2009/04/24 12 $1,943,154 -46% 1,860 $1,045   $76,780,504 38
2009/05/01 15 $568,096 -71% 822 $691   $77,932,861 45
2009/05/08 16 $303,297 -47% 373 $813   $78,401,631 52
2009/05/15 18 $337,008 +11% 421 $800   $78,836,466 59
2009/05/22 23 $195,344 -42% 264 $740   $79,166,065 66
2009/05/29 28 $127,943 -35% 195 $656   $79,395,115 73
2009/06/05 29 $93,035 -27% 152 $612   $79,545,127 80
2009/06/12 35 $73,565 -21% 122 $603   $79,674,604 87
2009/06/19 30 $99,144 +35% 115 $862   $79,819,993 94
2009/06/26 40 $35,261 -64% 57 $619   $79,911,877 101
2009/07/03 49 $14,472 -59% 24 $603   $79,948,113 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/12/20091773,065 773,065$12,508,192$12,508,1921
7/19/20092267,209-65% 1,040,274$3,700,845$16,209,0362
7/26/20094127,340-52% 1,167,614$1,599,390$17,808,4273
8/2/2009878,430-38% 1,246,044$1,002,335$18,810,7624
8/9/20091955,214-30% 1,301,258$756,432$19,567,1945
8/16/20092140,539-27% 1,341,797$584,572$20,151,7666
8/23/20092134,393-15% 1,376,190$513,144$20,664,9107
8/30/20092830,584-11% 1,406,774$471,605$21,136,5158

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/26/2009336,426 36,426$750,374$750,3743
8/2/20091516,608-54% 53,034$340,288$1,090,6624
8/9/2009108,981-46% 62,015$184,029$1,274,6915
8/16/2009207,309-19% 69,324$149,755$1,424,4466
8/23/2009156,929-5% 76,253$146,471$1,570,9177

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