Kung Fu Panda 2

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $165,249,063Details
International Box Office $499,588,484
Worldwide Box Office $664,837,547
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $34,912,959 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $20,376,750 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $55,289,709
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

In Kung Fu Panda 2, Po is now living his dream as The Dragon Warrior, protecting the Valley of Peace alongside his friends and fellow kung fu masters, The Furious Five. But Po's new life of awesomeness is threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain, who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China and destroy kung fu. Po must look to his past and uncover the secrets of his mysterious origins; only then will he be able to unlock the strength he needs to succeed

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
81% - Certified Fresh
Audience
74% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 26th, 2011 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
May 26th, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: December 13th, 2011 by Dreamworks Animated Video
MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of martial arts action and mild violence.
(Rating bulletin 2163, 3/16/2011)
Franchise: Kung Fu Panda
Keywords: Psychics, Epilogue, Prologue, Voiceover/Narration, 3-D, Revenge, Talking Animals, Animal Lead, Martial Arts, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Animation

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 13th, 2012

There are two themes this week. The first is Awards Season. There are no fewer than half a dozen Award Season players on this week's list, although one was a late review. Speaking of late reviews, that's the other theme on this week's list, as there are no fewer than eight releases on this week's list where I'm waiting for the screener to arrive. (This includes Wizards which arrived on Monday; however, screeners need to arrive by Friday if I'm to get the review done on time.) Unfortunately, there's a lot of crossover among these two groups and a few Pick of the Week candidates are late. For instance, My Week with Marilyn and Melancholia fit into both groups. Other screeners I'm waiting for that could be Pick of the Week are Wallace & Gromit: World of Invention and the aforementioned Wizards: 35th Anniversary Blu-ray, while The Guild: Season Five was up for that honor as well. However, in the end I went with The Descendants on Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Animated Feature

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Animated Feature Film, which is surprisingly competitive this year, especially compared to most years. There's no Pixar film nominated, one of the best-reviewed cartoons was snubbed, the winner at the Golden Globes and PGAs was also snubbed, and two of the nominees were virtually unknown films before they were announced. It could be hard to pick a winner. More...

2012 Awards Season: Hugo and The Artist Compete for Oscar Glory

Yesterday was one of the biggest days during Awards Season as The Oscar nominations were announced in the morning. It was a two horse race for top spot as far as the big winners are concerned. Hugo earned the most nominations with eleven, while The Artist was right behind with ten. However, one could argue The Artist is the bigger winner, as more of its nominations were in the more prestigious categories. More...

Blu-ray Sales: New Releases Fail to Arrive on Top

Rise of the Planet of the Apes returned to the top of the Blu-ray sales chart with 390,000 units / $5.84 million over the week for totals of 1.59 million units / $33.76 million after three. More...

DVD Sales: Serious Hangover on the DVD Chart

There were only four new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart, and only one of those placed in the top five. The Hangover II rose to first place with 521,000 units / $5.20 million for the week and 2.26 million units / $31.22 million after three. This is barely more than half what the original sold during its first week of release. More...

Awards Season: PGAs Build Consensus

The nominees for this year's Producers Guild of America were announced and there were not a lot of surprises. For instance, nine of the ten nominees for Theatrical Motion Pictures also earned Golden Globe Nominations for either Best Drama or Best Musical / Comedy. Four of the five Animated films also did the same. It does make the Awards Season picture a lot clearer going forward, but it makes coming up with something to say much harder. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Apes Rise, Blu-rays Fall

Rise of the Planet of the Apes led the way on the Blu-ray sales chart, but with only a few new releases that managed to chart, the overall sales were weak. Planet of the Apes sold 675,000 units generating $15.59 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 49%, which was good compared to the average of the format, but weak for the genre. Last minute Christmas sales may have resulted in deeper discounts for DVDs than Blu-rays, at least as a percentage, which could be a mitigating factor. More...

DVD Sales: Apes Conquer Pandas

Only a trio of new releases were able to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart. However, this includes the top two spots. Rise of the Planet of the Apes earned first place with 716,000 units / $13.46 million. It's opening was a little weaker than we would like to see when compared to its theatrical run, but it should be better on Blu-ray. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 13th, 2011

It is a surprisingly strong week on the home market with two $100 million hits, Kung Fu Panda 2 on Blu-ray Combo Pack or Rise of the Planet of the Apes on Blu-ray, both of which are contenders for pick of the week. There are also several smaller releases that are also contenders for that title like The Guild: Season Five on DVD. But in the end, I gave that honor to Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame on Blu-ray. More...

Featured DVD / Blu-ray Review: Kung Fu Panda 2

Kung Fu Panda came out in the summer of 2008 and earned excellent reviews, and even an Oscar nomination. It also pulled in more than $200 million domestically and $600 million worldwide, so it should come as no surprise that a sequel was made. However, can Kung Fu Panda 2 live up to its predecessor? And is it worth checking out? Or perhaps even buying? More...

2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Part I

This weekend is Thanksgiving and as always that means Black Friday and Cyber Monday plus 48 hours of shopping in-between. And as always, I've already done my Christmas shopping, for the most part. (I'm still waiting to see if the B.C.Lions win the Grey Cup. If not, I'll need to look for an alternative gift.) For everyone else who is still searching, we present the first part in our annual Holiday Gift Guide. As usual, the gift guide is divided into several sections, starting with Major Movie Releases. These are first run releases, franchise box sets, etc. However, before we get into the individual titles, we will start with an update on... More...

International Box Office: Quarter Billion Reasons to Say Smurf

For the third weekend in a row, The Smurfs earned first place on the international chart. This time they pulled in $26.82 million on 9,023 screens in 48 markets for a total of $258.27 million internationally and $384.22 million worldwide. It was a pretty slow weekend in terms of new releases (it earned $739,000 on 137 screens in Denmark) but that changes next weekend with an opening in Japan, while Australia and Italy are also just around the corner. Even if the film had no markets left to open in, it would still get to $300 million internationally and $400 million worldwide, but even with these three major markets, it probably won't hit any other major milestones. More...

International Box Office: Harry Potter's Record-Breaking Ways Extended Overseas

It seems every day we have another broken record to report on. The final international numbers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2's opening weekend came in, mostly, and the film earned $264.32 million on 17,539 screens in 58 markets for a total opening of $323.38 million internationally and $492.57 million worldwide. Needless to say, this is the biggest international and worldwide opening ever. To put this into perspective, not counting the fellow Harry Potter films, this is already the tenth best Warner Bros. movie of all time. (With this franchise and Christpher Nolan's Batman franchises ending, there's got to be someone at the studio is full panic mode. They might have an entire division of people whose sole job is to panic 24 hours a day.) The only small downside for the film is its per screen average, which didn't lead the international chart, but more on that in a bit. More...

International Box Office: Transformers Hold Top Spot with Plenty of Milestones Below

Transformers: Dark of the Moon repeated as champion on the international stage with $94.70 million on 11,222 screens in 58 markets for a total of $386.43 million internationally and $647.51 million worldwide. At this pace, by this weekend it will be ahead of Transformers and will have no trouble becoming the biggest hit in the franchise. As for individual markets, it earned the most in South Korea where it was down just 31% to $15.11 million on 1,301 screens over the weekend for a total of $54.47 million after two. It became the fastest film to reach $50 million in that market. It wasn't able to hold on as well in the U.K. down 56% to $7.58 million on 522 screens over the weekend for a total of $31.45 million after two. In Australia it was down 43%, which at first glance seems strong, but it was a holiday weekend in that market and half the films in the top five saw growth. It still added $7.52 million on 596 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $29.13 million, which is stronger than its performance, given the relative size of the two markets. The film fell 56% in Russia, which isn't bad compared to the average drop-off in that market. It managed $7.47 million on 1,385 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $36.03 million. More...

International Box Office: Transformers Tops, Pirates Earns its Billion

Transformers: Dark of the Moon earned top spot on the international chart, which came as no surprise. However, it did so in impressive fashion with $154.93 million on 11,565 screens in 58 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $219.81 million. This is the best international debut for Paramount topping the previous champion, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Its biggest opening came in South Korea where it scored $21.82 million on 1,442 screens over the weekend for a total opening of 31.09 million. It was also tops in Russia with $16.95 million on 1,385 screens over the weekend and $21.97 million in total. It earned $17.30 million on 521 screens in the U.K. and $16.18 million on 595 in Australia, including midweek numbers. It also cracked $10 million in Germany with $15.29 million on 617, including midweek numbers, and in Mexico with $10.81 million on 2,097 screens. More...

International Box Office: Cars Cuts Off Panda to Take Checkered Flag

In a battle of digitally animated sequels, Cars 2 came out on top with $39.23 million on 4,873 screens in 25 markets for a total opening of $43.98 million. Its best market was Russia where it opened in first place with $9.42 million on 950 screens. By comparison, the original Cars made $4 million in that market, in total. The film was also very strong in Mexico with $8.08 million on 1,981 screens and in Brazil with $5.29 million on 747 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.04 million. The film had to deal with direct competition in Australia, but still came out on top with $5.13 million. The final major market it debuted in was Italy, where it earned $3.86 million on 834 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.71 million. Overall, the film more than doubled the debuts of Cars in the markets it opened in, while it was on par with Toys 3's openings. Granted, it likely won't have the same legs, but this is still a great start. More...

International Box Office: Kung Fu Fights Past Another Milestone

Kung Fu Panda 2 remained in top spot on the international chart with $58.16 million on 11,244 screens in 54 markets for totals of $284.22 million internationally and $427.89 million worldwide. The film opened in France and Germany with nearly identical results with $6.91 million on 725 screens in the former and $6.91 million on 699 screens in the latter. (The result in Germany does include some previews.) So far the film has made an estimated $77 million in China, which is by far the film's biggest market. More...

Weekend Numbers: Lantern in the Green, But Overall Box Office in the Red

The overall box office box office this past weekend was as expected, more or less. A few of the films did a little bit better, a few missed expectations, but not by a lot. This helped the box office grow by 11% from last weekend to $153 million. Unfortunately, this weekend last year saw the release of Toy Story 3, which made $110 million by itself, so year-over-year there was a 23% drop-off. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 8% at $4.65 billion to $5.03 billion, but perhaps we can close that gap a little bit this coming weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Lantern Pull in the Green?

After a strong start to the summer, which actually began in late April, we could hit a real roadblock this weekend. The only film earning any kind of buzz is Green Lantern, and not all of that buzz is good. Additionally, this weekend last year was dominated by Toy Story 3, which opened with $110 million. There is a chance the top five films won't make that much this year. More...

International Box Office: Panda Doesn't Pull Any Punches

Kung Fu Panda 2 climbed into top spot on the international chart after three weeks of release, earning $56.72 million on 11,867 screens in 45 markets for a total of $206.11 million internationally and $332.92 million worldwide. This past weekend the film debuted in a number of major markets, led by the U.K. where it made $10.07 million on 514 screens, but while this was enough for first place in the market, it was less than the original made. On the other hand, it showed growth in Mexico with $7.34 million on 1,841 screens over the weekend and a total opening of $14.69 million, and in Brazil with $4.79 million on 714 screens over the weekend and $5.18 million in total. The film opens in France and Germany next weekend and Japan and Italy in August, so it still has quite a way to go before its international run is over. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Super Surpasses Most Predictions

Nearly every film in the top five beat Thursday's predictions, and the one film that didn't landed within a rounding error of doing so. This helped the overall box office reach $138 million for the weekend, but while this was better than expected, it was still 14% lower than last weekend and 9% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 7% at $4.43 billion to $4.76 billion, but this is better than it has been for the majority of the year. More...

Weekend Predictions: How Super Will Super Be?

After X-Men: First Class opened on the low end of expectations last weekend, it is even more important that Super 8 carries its weight this weekend if 2011 is to continue its winning ways. Even if Super 8 does land on the high end of expectations, it might not be enough, as this weekend last year saw the release of The Karate Kid, which was a surprise hit that opened with $55 million. More...

International Box Office: Stranger Tides Sweeps Away More Records

I think it is not unfair to call Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides a disappointment domestically, as it seems very likely that it won't match its hefty production budget, while it is practically guaranteed it will be the weakest installment in the franchise. On the other hand, the film is breaking records internationally. This weekend it tied the record for the fastest film to reach $600 million internationally, which was previously set by Avatar at just 19 days. It also became the fastest to reach $700 million worldwide at 16 days. This weekend its haul was down to $70.78 million on 15,962 screens in 69 markets for a total of $601.58 million internationally and $791.78 million worldwide, but that was enough to earn first place for the third weekend in a row. The film's biggest market of the weekend was Japan where it made $8.63 million on 802 screens, giving it a total of $62.75 million after just three weeks of release. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: First Place for First Class, But Will It Last?

It wasn't exactly a disappointing weekend at the box office, but we did see the overall box office fall closer to the low end of expectations. With $160 million over the weekend, the box office was down 28% from the Friday-through-Sunday portion of the Memorial Day long weekend. However, it was up 24% from this weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 now has pulled in $4.23 billion, compared to $4.55 billion for last year. 2011 is still in a massive hole, but at least there's a chance we can close the gap, while reaching $10 billion in total for the year has become a lot more likely. More...

Weekend Estimates: X-Men First Week Good, Not Great

2011 continued its winning streak at the box office this weekend, with five films topping $10 million and X-Men: First Class posting a very respectable $56 million opening, according to Fox's Sunday estimate. With the studio setting expectations a little lower than that, they can claim an excellent weekend. And they do have a point, but the truth is that this is the worst opening for a movie in the franchise since the first movie arrived in 2000 (and the latest film's estimate is only ahead by a couple of million dollars, so it might not even beat that mark). Excellent reviews and peak Summer business should help the film over the next few weeks, but it can't afford a 60% decline next weekend. More...

International Box Office: Two plus Two can't top Four

The fourth installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, On Stranger Tides, held off a pair of sequels on the international chart with $122.8 million on 18,000 screens in 65 markets for a total of $470.8 million internationally and $623.7 million worldwide. It tied the record for fastest film to reach $600 million worldwide, which was previously set by At World's End at 12 days. Its biggest single market of the weekend was Japan, where it was down just 8% from its opening weekend with $13.75 million on 800 screens over the weekend for a total of $44.57 million after two. It also cracked $10 million in Germany ($11.16 million on 820 screens for a total of $35.26 million) and in Russia ($10.62 million on 1716 screens over a total of 49.87 million). At this pace, it is likely that the film has already topped the final figure for Curse of the Black Pearl, while $600 million internationally and $900 million worldwide is not out of the question. More...

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Per Theater Chart is Very Lively

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IMAX: Panda is Huge on IMAX

Kung Fu Panda 2 wasn't as strong as expected overall, which hurt its IMAX numbers as well. It still earned $1.6 million on 53 IMAX screens, which gave it a per screen average of $30,188, which was comparable to Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides opening per screen average. More...

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Weekend Wrap-Up: A Memorial Day To Remember?

Records were broken on Memorial Day long weekend, which makes the weekend one to remember. Ironic then that the biggest hit of the weekend was a film about people who can't remember the night before. Yes, The Hangover 2 easily took top spot, while Kung Fu Panda 2 was disappointingly far behind. On the other hand, it still earned more than last year's number one film, Shrek Forever After, so it at least pulled its weight. Overall, the three-day box office was a very healthy $223 million, or 33% more than last weekend and 47% more than the same weekend last year. Over four days, the box office pulled in $277 million, or 44% more than last year. Those figures were both records for biggest Memorial Day long weekend ever, crushing 2007's offering by $22 million. Year-to-date, 2011 now has $4.02 billion and has cut the gap with 2010 to just over 8% at $4.38 billion. If the rest of the summer is as strong as May was, we could be in good shape going into the fall. More...

Three-Day Weekend Estimates: Hangover Sets Record with Huge Opening

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Contest: BlackBelts and SquarePants

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Cast Updates - October 2, 2008

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Cast

Jack Black    Po
Angelina Jolie    Tigress
Dustin Hoffman    Shifu
Gary Oldman    Shen
Seth Rogen    Mantis
Lucy Alexis Liu    Viper
David Cross    Crane
James Hong    Mr. Ping
Michelle Yeoh    Soothsayer
Danny McBride    Wolf Boss
Dennis Haysbert    Master Ox
Jean-Claude Van Damme    Master Croc
Victor Garber    Master Rhino
Jackie Chan    Monkey
Michael Patrick Bell    Gorilla Guard
Jason Bertsch    Antelope Driver
Michael DeMaio    Happy Bunny
Shane Glick    Wolf Soldier 4
Lena Golia    Pig Fan, Bunny
April Hong    Mop Bunny
Joseph Izzo    Wolf Soldier 1
Alexandra Jourden    Bunny Fan
Stephen Kearin    Musician Pig, Awesome Pig
Liam Knight    Baby Po
Paul Mazursky    Musician Bunny
Dan O'Connor    Stain Pig, Wolf Soldier 2
Romy Rosemont    Pig Mother
Jeremy Shipp    Dumpling Bunny
Maury Sterling    Wolf Soldier 3
Fred Tatasciore    Panda Dad, Gorilla Guard 2
Lauren Tom    Market Sheep
Conrad Vernon    Boar

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Producer    Melissa Cobb
Co-Producer    Suzanne Buirgy
Co-Producer    Jonathan Aibel
Co-Producer    Glenn Berger
Screenwriter    Jonathan Aibel
Screenwriter    Glenn Berger
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Composer    John Powell
Production Manager    Jeff Hermann
Production Designer    Raymond Zibach
Art Director    Tang Kheng Heng
Visual Effects Supervisor    Alex Parkinson
Editor    Clare Knight
Editor    Maryann Brandon
Associate Editor    Mark Hester
Associate Editor    Anna Solorio-Catalano
Additional Editor    Joyce Arrastia
Additional Editor    C.K. Horness
Recordist    Ryan Cole
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Jim Bolt
Supervising Sound Editor    Ethan Van der Ryn
Supervising Sound Editor    Erik Aadahl
Sound Effects Editor    John Marquis
Sound Effects Editor    P.K. Hooker
Dialogue Editor    Allen Hartz
Music Editor    Adam Smalley
Music Editor    Peter Snell
Music Editor    Slamm Andrews
Additional Music    Lorne Balfe
Additional Music    Dominic Lewis
Additional Music    Paul Mounsey
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/26 2 $5,804,129   3,925 $1,479   $5,804,129 1
2011/05/27 2 $13,102,208 +126% 3,925 $3,338   $18,906,337 2
2011/05/28 2 $18,515,142 +41% 3,925 $4,717   $37,421,479 3
2011/05/29 2 $16,038,952 -13% 3,925 $4,086   $53,460,431 4
2011/05/30 2 $13,214,873 -18% 3,925 $3,367   $66,675,304 5
2011/05/31 2 $3,468,331 -74% 3,925 $884   $70,143,635 6
2011/06/01 2 $2,974,339 -14% 3,925 $758   $73,117,974 7
2011/06/02 2 $3,022,484 +2% 3,925 $770   $76,140,458 8
2011/06/03 3 $6,400,132 +112% 3,925 $1,631   $82,540,590 9
2011/06/04 3 $10,221,475 +60% 3,925 $2,604   $92,762,065 10
2011/06/05 3 $7,266,307 -29% 3,925 $1,851   $100,028,372 11
2011/06/06 3 $2,331,802 -68% 3,925 $594   $102,360,174 12
2011/06/07 3 $2,700,429 +16% 3,925 $688   $105,060,603 13
2011/06/08 3 $2,426,465 -10% 3,925 $618   $107,487,068 14
2011/06/09 3 $2,783,006 +15% 3,925 $709   $110,270,074 15
2011/06/10 4 $4,650,465 +67% 3,929 $1,184   $114,920,539 16
2011/06/11 4 $7,051,373 +52% 3,929 $1,795   $121,971,912 17
2011/06/12 3 $4,841,328 -31% 3,929 $1,232   $126,813,240 18
2011/06/13 4 $1,787,188 -63% 3,929 $455   $128,600,428 19
2011/06/14 3 $2,103,651 +18% 3,929 $535   $130,704,079 20
2011/06/15 3 $1,946,624 -7% 3,929 $495   $132,650,703 21
2011/06/16 3 $1,992,094 +2% 3,929 $507   $134,642,797 22
2011/06/17 6 $2,542,585 +28% 3,469 $733   $137,185,382 23
2011/06/18 6 $3,417,501 +34% 3,469 $985   $140,602,883 24
2011/06/19 5 $3,067,585 -10% 3,469 $884   $143,670,468 25
2011/06/20 6 $1,161,267 -62% 3,469 $335   $144,831,735 26
2011/06/21 5 $1,319,221 +14% 3,469 $380   $146,150,956 27
2011/06/22 5 $1,301,179 -1% 3,469 $375   $147,452,135 28
2011/06/23 4 $1,440,362 +11% 3,469 $415   $148,892,497 29
2011/06/24 10 $1,373,545 -5% 2,527 $544   $150,266,042 30
2011/06/25 11 $1,598,438 +16% 2,527 $633   $151,864,480 31
2011/06/26 11 $1,201,161 -25% 2,527 $475   $153,065,641 32
2011/06/27 10 $555,463 -54% 2,527 $220   $153,621,104 33
2011/06/28 11 $651,355 +17% 2,527 $258   $154,272,459 34
2011/06/29 10 $448,904 -31% 2,527 $178   $154,721,363 35
2011/06/30 12 $473,304 +5% 2,527 $187   $155,194,667 36
2011/07/01 - $468,841 -1% 1,281 $366   $155,663,508 37
2011/07/02 - $596,455 +27% 1,281 $466   $156,259,963 38
2011/07/03 - $599,526 +1% 1,281 $468   $156,859,489 39
2011/07/04 13 $421,907 -30% 1,281 $329   $157,281,396 40
2011/07/05 14 $287,355 -32% 1,281 $224   $157,568,751 41
2011/07/06 14 $290,656 +1% 1,281 $227   $157,859,407 42
2011/07/07 14 $289,914 n/c 1,281 $226   $158,149,321 43
2011/07/08 - $265,320 -8% 650 $408   $158,414,641 44
2011/07/09 - $346,229 +30% 650 $533   $158,760,870 45
2011/07/10 - $253,560 -27% 650 $390   $159,014,430 46
2011/07/11 16 $131,784 -48% 650 $203   $159,146,214 47
2011/07/12 14 $186,309 +41% 650 $287   $159,332,523 48
2011/07/13 15 $143,843 -23% 650 $221   $159,476,366 49
2011/07/14 15 $137,408 -4% 650 $211   $159,613,774 50
2011/07/15 - $139,791 +2% 354 $395   $159,753,565 51
2011/07/16 - $180,810 +29% 354 $511   $159,934,375 52
2011/07/17 - $140,154 -22% 354 $396   $160,074,529 53
2011/07/18 - $81,927 -42% 354 $231   $160,156,456 54
2011/07/19 - $108,659 +33% 354 $307   $160,265,115 55
2011/07/20 - $93,481 -14% 354 $264   $160,358,596 56
2011/07/21 - $100,006 +7% 354 $283   $160,458,602 57
2011/07/22 - $98,187 -2% 250 $393   $160,556,789 58
2011/07/23 - $125,680 +28% 250 $503   $160,682,469 59
2011/07/24 - $93,614 -26% 250 $374   $160,776,083 60
2011/07/25 - $56,574 -40% 250 $226   $160,832,657 61
2011/07/26 - $74,141 +31% 250 $297   $160,906,798 62
2011/07/27 - $56,740 -23% 250 $227   $160,963,538 63
2011/07/28 - $55,976 -1% 250 $224   $161,019,514 64
2011/07/29 - $198,871 +255% 319 $623   $161,218,385 65
2011/07/30 - $254,841 +28% 319 $799   $161,473,226 66
2011/07/31 - $208,441 -18% 319 $653   $161,681,667 67
2011/08/01 - $125,702 -40% 319 $394   $161,807,369 68
2011/08/02 - $148,050 +18% 319 $464   $161,955,419 69
2011/08/03 - $125,879 -15% 319 $395   $162,081,298 70
2011/08/04 - $114,320 -9% 319 $358   $162,195,618 71
2011/08/05 - $149,055 +30% 290 $514   $162,344,673 72
2011/08/06 - $199,741 +34% 290 $689   $162,544,414 73
2011/08/07 - $151,543 -24% 290 $523   $162,695,957 74
2011/08/08 - $81,849 -46% 290 $282   $162,777,806 75
2011/08/09 - $117,349 +43% 290 $405   $162,895,155 76
2011/08/10 - $98,354 -16% 290 $339   $162,993,509 77
2011/08/11 - $89,022 -9% 290 $307   $163,082,531 78
2011/08/12 - $100,031 +12% 252 $397   $163,182,562 79
2011/08/13 - $139,379 +39% 252 $553   $163,321,941 80
2011/08/14 - $111,686 -20% 252 $443   $163,433,627 81
2011/08/15 - $56,317 -50% 252 $223   $163,489,944 82
2011/08/16 - $65,285 +16% 252 $259   $163,555,229 83
2011/08/17 - $51,790 -21% 252 $206   $163,607,019 84
2011/08/18 - $51,358 -1% 252 $204   $163,658,377 85
2011/08/19 - $82,513 +61% 237 $348   $163,740,890 86
2011/08/20 - $121,227 +47% 237 $512   $163,862,117 87
2011/08/21 - $80,725 -33% 237 $341   $163,942,842 88
2011/08/22 - $31,058 -62% 237 $131   $163,973,900 89
2011/08/23 - $36,437 +17% 237 $154   $164,010,337 90
2011/08/24 - $28,317 -22% 237 $119   $164,038,654 91
2011/08/25 - $28,904 +2% 237 $122   $164,067,558 92
2011/08/26 - $51,310 +78% 194 $264   $164,118,868 93
2011/08/27 - $92,478 +80% 194 $477   $164,211,346 94
2011/08/28 - $65,910 -29% 194 $340   $164,277,256 95
2011/08/29 - $19,541 -70% 194 $101   $164,296,797 96
2011/08/30 - $24,461 +25% 194 $126   $164,321,258 97
2011/08/31 - $21,061 -14% 194 $109   $164,342,319 98
2011/09/01 - $18,350 -13% 194 $95   $164,360,669 99
2011/09/02 - $70,792 +286% 305 $232   $164,431,461 100
2011/09/03 - $133,681 +89% 305 $438   $164,565,142 101
2011/09/04 - $129,717 -3% 305 $425   $164,694,859 102
2011/09/05 31 $132,190 +2% 305 $433   $164,827,049 103
2011/09/06 - $22,111 -83% 305 $72   $164,849,160 104
2011/09/07 - $16,054 -27% 305 $53   $164,865,214 105
2011/09/08 - $13,538 -16% 305 $44   $164,878,752 106
2011/09/09 - $26,938 +99% 164 $164   $164,905,690 107
2011/09/10 - $59,532 +121% 164 $363   $164,965,222 108
2011/09/11 - $36,387 -39% 164 $222   $165,001,609 109
2011/09/12 - $7,227 -80% 164 $44   $165,008,836 110
2011/09/13 - $7,568 +5% 164 $46   $165,016,404 111
2011/09/14 - $6,938 -8% 164 $42   $165,023,342 112
2011/09/15 - $7,389 +7% 164 $45   $165,030,731 113
2011/09/16 - $20,643 +179% 142 $145   $165,051,374 114
2011/09/17 - $43,930 +113% 142 $309   $165,095,304 115
2011/09/18 - $32,878 -25% 142 $232   $165,128,182 116
2011/09/19 - $6,370 -81% 142 $45   $165,134,552 117
2011/09/20 - $6,010 -6% 142 $42   $165,140,562 118
2011/09/21 - $5,441 -9% 142 $38   $165,146,003 119
2011/09/22 - $5,695 +5% 142 $40   $165,151,698 120
2011/09/23 - $18,698 +228% 113 $165   $165,170,396 121
2011/09/24 - $38,171 +104% 113 $338   $165,208,567 122
2011/09/25 - $21,694 -43% 113 $192   $165,230,261 123
2011/09/26 - $5,003 -77% 113 $44   $165,235,264 124
2011/09/27 - $4,308 -14% 113 $38   $165,239,572 125
2011/09/28 - $4,319 n/c 113 $38   $165,243,891 126
2011/09/29 - $5,172 +20% 113 $46   $165,249,063 127

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/27 2 $47,656,302   3,925 $12,142   $53,460,431 4
2011/06/03 3 $23,887,914 -50% 3,952 $6,045   $100,028,372 11
2011/06/10 4 $16,543,166 -31% 3,929 $4,211   $126,813,240 18
2011/06/17 6 $9,027,671 -45% 3,469 $2,602   $143,670,468 25
2011/06/24 10 $4,173,144 -54% 2,527 $1,651   $153,065,641 32
2011/07/01 14 $1,664,822 -60% 1,281 $1,300   $156,859,489 39
2011/07/08 16 $865,109 -48% 650 $1,331   $159,014,430 46
2011/07/15 20 $460,755 -47% 354 $1,302   $160,074,529 53
2011/07/22 22 $317,481 -31% 250 $1,270   $160,776,083 60
2011/07/29 15 $662,153 +109% 319 $2,076   $161,681,667 67
2011/08/05 17 $500,339 -24% 290 $1,725   $162,695,957 74
2011/08/12 23 $351,096 -30% 252 $1,393   $163,433,627 81
2011/08/19 26 $284,465 -19% 237 $1,200   $163,942,842 88
2011/08/26 31 $209,698 -26% 194 $1,081   $164,277,256 95
2011/09/02 32 $334,190 +59% 305 $1,096   $164,694,859 102
2011/09/09 40 $122,857 -63% 164 $749   $165,001,609 109
2011/09/16 39 $97,451 -21% 142 $686   $165,128,182 116
2011/09/23 41 $78,563 -19% 113 $695   $165,230,261 123

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/18/20112866,825 866,825$15,230,115$15,230,1151
12/25/20114647,882-25% 1,514,707$9,063,869$24,293,9842
1/1/20128124,769-81% 1,639,476$2,228,374$26,522,3593
1/8/20121091,240-27% 1,730,716$1,637,758$28,160,1174
1/15/20121171,302-22% 1,802,018$1,267,750$29,427,8665
1/22/20121736,960-48% 1,838,978$660,845$30,088,7116
1/29/20121534,945-5% 1,873,923$656,966$30,745,6777
2/5/20122718,426-47% 1,892,349$338,117$31,083,7948
2/19/2012788,488 1,995,082$1,537,921$32,888,52510

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/18/20112421,806 421,806$10,009,448$10,009,4481
12/25/20117203,286-52% 625,091$5,080,108$15,089,5562
1/1/2012474,956-63% 700,047$1,372,443$16,461,9993
1/8/20121222,882-69% 722,929$572,283$17,034,2824
1/15/2012824,151+6% 747,081$604,267$17,638,5495
1/22/20121218,832-22% 765,913$480,776$18,119,3256
1/29/20121513,212-30% 779,124$288,804$18,408,1297
2/26/20122011,736 811,011$282,493$19,278,97811

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