Little Miss Sunshine

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $59,891,098Details
International Box Office $40,659,879
Worldwide Box Office $100,550,977
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $55,516,489 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $55,516,489
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
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
91% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$8,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 26th, 2006 (Limited) by Fox Searchlight
Video Release: December 19th, 2006 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language, some sex and drug content.
Keywords: Road Trip, Dysfunctional Family, Talent Contest
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Releases for February 3, 2009 - Part I

Wow. That was... Due to technical difficulties, late deliveries, and some misfiled DVDs, this week's list is a little later than normal (but it's still Tuesday, so it's not technically late). It is also a lot larger than normal with a record number of Spotlight reviews (23 in all, or 30 if you count individual movies). There are also some very high quality releases including Zack and Miri Make a Porno on either DVD or Blu-ray. However, given the subject matter of that film, I wouldn't recommend it to everyone. The best release of the week is, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist on DVD or Blu-ray, but especially the Blu-ray, which is worth the upgrade. That film is the DVD Pick of the Week. With a record number of spotlight reviews, it goes without saying that the list had to be split up this week, with the second part found here, while the third part can be found here. (First time I had to separate the list into three parts.) More...

Award Season - Next Day Reactions

Last night's Oscars were a interesting mix of clear favorites and surprising upsets. There were enough surprises to keep people talking for a while while enough favorites won that most will be satisfied with the overall outcome. More...

Award Season - Little Miss Big Winner

While the Independent Spirit Award announces their nominations earlier than anyone else, they only handed the awards last night. The two big winners were Little Miss Sunshine and Half Nelson, but both have to be seen as underdogs for tonight's Oscars. More...

Award Season - And the Oscar Goes to... The Departed for the Fourth Time Tonight

The Oscars have all been handed out, but that's not the end of our coverage. Tune in tomorrow for more thoughts as well as next week when we look at the Oscar bounce. And later on we'll announce the winners of our contest, More...

Award Season - Departed Doesn\'t Miss the Mark

The Writers Guild of America handed out their awards over the weekend. While there was a night full of winners, only two were for theatrical releases. More...

Award Season - SAG Likes Little

The Screen Actors Guide were handed out tonight and while there are plenty of awards, only five dealt with theatrical releases. More...

Award Season - Oscar Nods Offer Little Surprises - Correction

The Oscar nominations were handed out today and for the most part they've followed the script written by previous awards committees fairly closely. More...

Award Season - Little Leads the Way

The PGA handed out their awards over the weekend with two going out to theatrical releases. More...

Home Market Cranks Out the New Releases

There were plenty of new releases this week, but all but two missed the top 10. However, those two DVDs finished one-two on the charts. Crank topped The Illusionist $6.09 million to $5.59 million. More...

Sunshine Rises on Home Market Charts

A slow week for new releases helped Little Miss Sunshine climb from third to first on the rental charts. Over the week the film earned $5.46 million for a three-week total of $20.95 million. More...

Award Season - The Writing is On the Wall

The Writers Guild of America is the last of the guilds to hand out nominations, which they did so this week. And while there are 20 or so categories, only two of them are theatrical. More...

Prada is a Tight Fit in First Place

None of half-a-dozen new releases were able to make a big splash on rental charts, but that doesn't mean there wasn't anything interesting to report. Every film in the top five was within $540,000 on each other with The Devil Wears Prada claiming top spot with $6.87 million. More...

Award Season - SAG Spreads the Love

The Screen Actors Guide handed out their nominations yesterday and of the 5 theatrical categories, there were more than a dozen films to pick up at least one nomination. More...

Award Season - Swinging Away

The PGA announced their nominations today, two of which deal with theatrical releases. More...

Sunshine Just Misses First Place During Its Home Market Debut

There were nearly a dozen new releases to chart this week, but it was a holdover that took top spot in an extremely close race. The Devil Wears Prada beat out Little Miss Sunshine at $8.88 million to $8.80 million. More...

DVD Releases for December 19, 2006

This is the last week before Christmas and there are a lot of DVDs on this week's list that would make perfect last minute Christmas gifts. There are also a lot of DVDs that feel like they are being dumped on the home market in the hopes that they will be scooped up by ever desperate shoppers. Of the contenders, Jackie Chan's Police Story - Special Collector's Edition and The Simpsons - The Complete Ninth Season - Collectable Lisa Head Packaging came close to taking home the honor. But in the end I went with When the Levees Broke. More...

International Details - Truly International Box Office

Open Season solidified its chances to reach $100 million with a first place debut in Italy. Over the weekend the film just managed to beat Happy Feet $1.68 million to $1.66 million over the weekend, (with midweek numbers Open Season earned $1.82 million on 430 screens). The film was not as successful in Japan with just $968,000 on 441 screens; with such a small per theatre average, it will likely disappear quickly from charts. Overall it earned $4.97 million on 3451 screens in 51 markets for a total of $87.16 million; and even with no major markets left to open in, it does have a great shot at $100 million before its run is over. More...

Award Season - Babel and Departed are Golden

Babel led the way when the Golden Globe nominations were announced today with seven nominations while The Departed was close behind with six. More...

International Details - Saw Sees Better Days

Saw III slipped another spot to sixth with $4.46 million on 1518 screens in 29 markets for an international total of $54.27 million. Its best opening of the weekend came in South Korea where it placed third with $1.08 million on 144 screens, which is the last major opening for the film this year. More...

Award Season - Fighting for Independence

As always, Award Season officially begins with the announcing of the Independent Spirit Award nominations. While this is the first major awards to announce their nominations, they are one of the last to hand them out so the nominees have a long wait ahead of them. More...

International Details - Death has a Noteworthy Start

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name opened in two market last weekend taking in a total of $7.29 million on 393 screens including finishing first in Japan with $6.50 million on 342 screen over the weekend and $10.33 million in total. In the mean time, the film opened in second place in South Korea with a respectable total of $1.37 million, which includes more than just the weekend, obviously. More...

International Details - Partying on the International Charts

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals saw impressive growth this week up 52% to $4.26 million on 2035 screens in 20 markets for an international total of $16.58 million. The film opened in a handful of markets including placing first in Mexico with $927,000 on 310 screens, but that's a little low for this type of film in that market. Also, it missed the top five in Spain opening in sixth place with $651,000 on 220 screens. The film's biggest market of the weekend was the U.K. where it was down just 27% to $1.41 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.66 million after two. More...

International Details - Deutschland Double-Shot

Not much in terms of international details this week and what little details there are, are based on studio estimates. More...

International Details - Germany Dominates the Best of the Rest

The German soccer film, Deutschland. Ein Sommermarchen, remained in first place in Germany and sixth overall this weekend. It managed this feat by falling just 25% to $5.41 million on 671 screens for a two-week total of $14.67 million. More...

International Details - Glorious Beginning

Indigenes, a.k.a. Days of Glory, opened in first place in its native France with $5.53 million on 460 screens while it managed ninth in Switzerland with $76,000 despite opening on only 8 screens. The film opened on Wednesday in Belgium before expanding to other European market in the coming weeks. More...

International Details - Banquet Satisfies Millions More

Ye Yan, a.k.a., The Banquet opened in third place in South Korea with $1.04 million on 183 screens over the weekend and $1.24 million in total. That helped the Chinese film place sixth overall with $5.52 million on 734 screens in 6 markets lifting its international total to $15.94 million, which is just above its production budget. More...

Sound as Science

The Science of Sleep started its theatrical run atop the per theatre charts with nearly $350,000 in 14 theatres for an average of $24,852. The studio hopes to expand the film into 200 theatres this weekend but it is too soon to tell if the film will be able to attract an audience outside the art house circuit. Second place went to American Hardcore as the documentary took in $18,102 in its lone theatre. Next up were a pair of holdovers with Old Joy earning $17,556 in one theatre, which is more than it made during its entire, nearly month-long release. Finally, Keeping Mum fell just 25.67% to just over $20,000 in 2 theatres for an average of $10,077. More...

International Top Five - Little Man a Big Deal

Little Man shot up the charts into sixth place with $5.97 million on 1597 screens in 23 markets for a total of $22.63 million internationally. The film had million dollar debuts in both Spain, ($2.06 million on 250 screens), and Mexico, ($1.04 million on 352), while came reasonably close in Russia, ($960,000 on 217 screens, including midweek numbers). In all three markets, the film placed second on the charts. More amazingly is the film's performance in the U.K. as it dipped just 17% to $1.05 million on 315 screens over the weekend and a three-week total of $5.75 million. More...

International Details - Sentinel Scores Its Best Weekend on International Charts

The Sentinel climbed into 6th place on the international charts, the best placing the film has earned. It had a few openings, the biggeset being a sixth place, $410,000 debut on 89 screens in South Korea over the weekend, and $469,000 in total. On the other hand, the film place first in Belgium with $197,000 on 36 screens over the weekend and $226,000 in total and third in Denmark with $102,000 on 32 screens over the weekend and $108,000 in total. Overall it earned $3.44 million on 1423 screens in 22 markets for a total of $31.96 million, which puts it about a week from topping its domestic total. More...

Summer Has Officially Ended

The second weekend in September is quite often the slowest weekend of the year, and that appears to be the case here. Overall the total box office was a mere $71 million. To put that into perspective, if that was earned by just one film this weekend, it would only place fourth on the list of 2006's biggest openings. Needless to say, the overall box office was down this weekend, by a massive 31.3% from the last weekend. Compared to the same weekend last year the decline was smaller at 18.2%, but that was a more devastating result in the overall scheme of things. More...

Covenant Hopes to Bewitch Box Office

This week we have a trio of new releases opening wide, but only one of them managed a theater count above 2,000. I suppose the studios for the other two films are hoping to earn high per theater averages and expand in the coming weeks based on strong word-of-mouth. But that almost never works. More...

Invincible Remains so as New Releases Struggle

Labor Day long weekend is the official end of the movie summer season and this year it ended on a high note. While the 3-day total was 1.4% lower than last weekend, the $102 million it earned was 8.7% better than the same weekend last year. Adding in Monday and the box office reached $129 million, up 9.2% from last year. More...

Labor Day Delay

It's the Labor Day today, which means there will be a one day delay in a few regular columns including the weekend wrap up and the per theatre charts. The DVD release column will be published late tonight, very late tonight. Perhaps even in the early morning hours of tomorrow. In the meantime, here are the studio estimates for the weekend numbers... More...

Can New Releases Defeat Invincible?

It's the Labor Day weekend, the weakest long weekend in the movie business. There are a trio of new releases trying to take on Invincible's undefeated record (current winning streak: 1), but the odds of there being a new winner this weekend are 50 / 50. More...

Invincible Tops Tepid Weekend

As summer slowly winds down, there was the predictable decline from last weekend's box office. In total, ticket sales managed $102 million, down 7.9%, but more importantly up 4.6% from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2006 is still ahead of 2005, but the lead has shrunk to 5% and we will need a strong fall season to maintain overall ticket sales growth. More...

Per Theatre Charts - No Illusion

The Illusionist was able to climb to the top of the per theatre charts this week despite seeing its theatre count nearly triple. The film's average of $12,745 was significantly, but not overwhelmingly ahead of second place Suicide Killers, which earned $10,601 in its lone theatre. Half Nelson, which led the charts the previous two weeks, slipped to third but still managed to maintain its $10,000 per theatre average with nearly $211,000 in 21 theatres for an average of $10,036. More...

New Releases Look Anything but Invincible

The final weekend in August looks better than most, with one or two films that should finish with overall positive reviews. However, the box office potential for these films is very limited. It looks like Invincible should live up to its name, and if not, look for plenty of bad puns come Monday. I know I've already thought of a few. More...

Snakes Can\'t Compete with Hype

The weekend box office was surprisingly subdued given the amount of hype the number one film was generating. Overall the box office made $110 million, which was down 14.9% from last week and 3.5% from last year. The week-to-week decline is to be expected at this time of year, but the year-to-year drop-off is more troubling. Even so, 2006 is still maintaining a 6% lead over last year's pace and that's well above ticket price inflation. More...

Nelson Continues to Put Strangle Hold on Per Theatre Charts

Half Nelson was able to remain on top of the per theatre charts, barely, with an average of $18,755 in three theatres. That was less than $1,000 ahead of the second place film, The Illusionist and its $18,195 average; that figure is made even more impressive by the film's 51 theatre count, which is very high for a limited release and usually causes serious problems because the distributor can't do national advertising, but local advertising in lots of markets becomes very expensive.

For the third weekend in a row, The Wedding Curse's average topped $10,000 as it earned just over $50,000 in 3 theatres for an average of $17,271. Another holdover rounded out the list of $10,000 films as Viva Pedro saw its box office dip less than 24% to $10,227 in its lone theatre. More...

DVD Releases for August 15, 2006

It is another insanely busy week with 1,250 DVDs coming out, at least according to Amazon. However, like last week, the majority of those are episodes of Charlie Rose. (I really wish the studio released them as full season sets and not flood the market with individual titles that most people will skip over without a second thought.) Three releases immediately jump out as the best of the best, Apocalypse Now - The Complete Dossier, Masters of Horror - Dario Argento - Jenifer, and The Simpsons - The Complete Eighth Season - Collectable Maggie Head Edition. I could have spent hours trying to determine which of those was the best, but instead I will just award all three the title of DVD Pick of the Week. More...

Sun is Still Shining on Per Theatre Charts

Little Miss Sunshine saw its theatre count explode from 7 to 58 over the weekend and this obviously had a detrimental effect on its per theatre average. However, it held on as strong as one could expect and earned more than enough to win the race on the per theatre charts. In fact, its $25,521 was double to second place film. That film was the overall box office leader, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, which opened with just over $47 million in 3,803 theatres for an average of $12,370. The final film to top $10,000 was Quinceanera with an average of $11,925 in its 8 theatres. This is a strong enough start to assure the film will expand and perhaps enough to grab some mainstream success. More...

Little Has Large Debut

Little Miss Sunshine earned $370,000 over the weekend and nearly $500,000 since its Wednesday debut, all in just 7 theatres for an outstanding per theatre average of $52,969. Another Gay Movie overcame terrible reviews to finish in second place with an average of $16,658 in two theatres. Both 13 Tzameti and Wondrous Oblivion finished within $100 of each other with $10,805 and $10,740 respectively, both in 1 theatre. More...

Sun is Shining on Limited Releases

It's another busy week for limited releases, even if you consider Scoop as a semi-wide release. Not only does the count nearly reach double digits, but more than half of them are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 22 - July 28

Another big week for movie sites with several excellent entries. In this crowded field there were a lot of sites that showed promise and could be just one big update away from winning the award. But this week the best of the best was World Trade Center - Official Site. Let's hope that the movie can live up to the site. More...

Contest - Summer Blowout!

This is the last real weekend of summer and it features the last potential monster hit, Miami Vice. To celebrate, our latest box office prediction contest will feature fabulous prizes from three movies opening this weekend, Miami Vice, The Ant Bully, and Little Miss Sunshine. To win, one must simply predict Miami Vice's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday). Whoever comes closest, without going over, will win the Miami Vice prize pack, While the person who comes closest, without going under, will win the The Ant Bully prize pack. In addition, one lucky entrant chosen arbitrarily will win the Little Miss Sunshine prize pack. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Movie Website Updates for July 1st - July 7

After the busiest week in more than a month, we have the slowest. While there are several good sites on this week's list, they are either a bit below the award-worthy level, or they are all award winners. So the Weekly Website Award is taking a vacation this week. More...

2006 Preview: July

Neither of June's potential monster hits lived up to expectations, and that's a trend that everyone hopes doesn't continue into July. There is only one real monster hit in the making this month, and it opens right away. But while the rest of the month is decidedly weaker, there are still several other movies that should earn more than $100 million. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 10th - June 16th

This is actually a pretty busy week with more than two-dozen site on the list. That makes it the busiest week in a month. However, it was one of the site that had no real updates this week that won the Weekly Website Award this week and it was, Nacho Libre - Official Site. More...

Cast

Greg Kinnear    Richard
Steve Carell    Frank
Toni Collette    Sheryl
Paul Dano    Dwayne
Abigail Breslin    Olive
Alan Arkin    Grandpa
Beth Grant    Pageant Official
Julio Oscar Mechoso    Mechanic

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Jonathan Dayton
Director    Valerie Faris
Screenwriter    Michael Arndt
Producer    Marc Turtletaub
Producer    David T. Friendly
Producer    Peter Saraf
Producer    Albert Berger
Producer    Ron Yerxa
Executive Producer    Jeb Brody
Executive Producer    Michael Beugg
Cinematographer    Tim Suhrstedt
Editor    Pamela Martin
Composer    Mychael Danna
Composer    DeVotchka
Music Supervisor    Susan Jacobs
Music Supervisor    Anne Litt
Production Designer    Kalina Ivanov
Art Director    Alan E. Muraoka
Set Decorator    Melissa Levander
Costume Designer    Nancy Steiner
Sound Mixer    Steven A. Morrow
Choreography    Marguerite Derricks
Associate Producer    Bart Lipton
Assistant Director    Thomas Patrick Smith
Casting Director    Kim Davis-Wagner
Casting Director    Justine Baddeley

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/07/26 - $65,926   7 $9,418   $65,926 1
2006/07/27 - $62,088 -6% 7 $8,870   $128,014 2
2006/07/28 - $103,201 +66% 7 $14,743   $231,215 3
2006/07/29 - $142,343 +38% 7 $20,335   $373,558 4
2006/07/30 - $125,454 -12% 7 $17,922   $499,012 5
2006/07/31 - $58,184 -54% 7 $8,312   $557,196 6
2006/08/01 - $60,594 +4% 7 $8,656   $617,790 7
2006/08/02 - $62,188 +3% 7 $8,884   $679,978 8
2006/08/03 - $58,204 -6% 7 $8,315   $738,182 9
2006/08/04 16 $424,893 +630% 58 $7,326   $1,163,075 10
2006/08/05 16 $586,979 +38% 58 $10,120   $1,750,054 11
2006/08/06 16 $468,321 -20% 58 $8,075   $2,218,375 12
2006/08/07 16 $227,480 -51% 58 $3,922   $2,445,855 13
2006/08/08 - $198,591 -13% 58 $3,424   $2,644,446 14
2006/08/09 - $191,961 -3% 58 $3,310   $2,836,407 15
2006/08/10 - $203,278 +6% 58 $3,505   $3,039,685 16
2006/08/11 12 $737,803 +263% 153 $4,822   $3,777,488 17
2006/08/12 12 $1,072,061 +45% 153 $7,007   $4,849,549 18
2006/08/13 11 $793,304 -26% 153 $5,185   $5,642,853 19
2006/08/14 - $348,711 -56% 153 $2,279   $5,991,564 20
2006/08/15 - $383,329 +10% 153 $2,505   $6,374,893 21
2006/08/16 12 $351,076 -8% 153 $2,295   $6,725,969 22
2006/08/17 12 $355,245 +1% 153 $2,322   $7,081,214 23
2006/08/18 8 $1,544,636 +335% 691 $2,235   $8,625,850 24
2006/08/19 7 $2,350,647 +52% 694 $3,387   $10,976,497 25
2006/08/20 7 $1,715,562 -27% 694 $2,472   $12,692,059 26
2006/08/21 7 $683,894 -60% 694 $985   $13,375,953 27
2006/08/22 7 $706,652 +3% 694 $1,018   $14,082,605 28
2006/08/23 7 $704,924 n/c 694 $1,016   $14,787,529 29
2006/08/24 7 $736,465 +4% 694 $1,061   $15,523,994 30
2006/08/25 6 $2,074,241 +182% 1,430 $1,451   $17,598,235 31
2006/08/26 3 $3,129,351 +51% 1,430 $2,188   $20,727,586 32
2006/08/27 4 $2,167,671 -31% 1,430 $1,516   $22,895,257 33
2006/08/28 3 $840,229 -61% 1,430 $588   $23,735,486 34
2006/08/29 2 $852,374 +1% 1,430 $596   $24,587,860 35
2006/08/30 2 $795,033 -7% 1,430 $556   $25,382,893 36
2006/08/31 2 $725,082 -9% 1,430 $507   $26,107,975 37
2006/09/01 4 $1,824,554 +152% 1,602 $1,139   $27,932,529 38
2006/09/02 4 $2,963,276 +62% 1,602 $1,850   $30,895,805 39
2006/09/03 4 $2,833,749 -4% 1,602 $1,769   $33,729,554 40
2006/09/04 4 $2,005,086 -29% 1,602 $1,252   $35,734,640 41
2006/09/05 4 $508,131 -75% 1,602 $317   $36,242,771 42
2006/09/06 4 $500,440 -2% 1,602 $312   $36,743,211 43
2006/09/07 4 $478,117 -4% 1,602 $298   $37,221,328 44
2006/09/08 7 $1,268,743 +165% 1,560 $813   $38,490,071 45
2006/09/09 6 $1,946,907 +53% 1,560 $1,248   $40,436,978 46
2006/09/10 7 $1,057,895 -46% 1,560 $678   $41,494,873 47
2006/09/11 6 $354,032 -67% 1,560 $227   $41,848,905 48
2006/09/12 7 $381,086 +8% 1,560 $244   $42,229,991 49
2006/09/13 5 $393,548 +3% 1,560 $252   $42,623,539 50
2006/09/14 5 $416,916 +6% 1,560 $267   $43,040,455 51
2006/09/15 8 $1,007,073 +142% 1,436 $701   $44,047,528 52
2006/09/16 8 $1,519,302 +51% 1,436 $1,058   $45,566,830 53
2006/09/17 7 $792,749 -48% 1,436 $552   $46,359,579 54
2006/09/18 7 $262,380 -67% 1,436 $183   $46,621,959 55
2006/09/19 6 $294,963 +12% 1,436 $205   $46,916,922 56
2006/09/20 6 $289,724 -2% 1,436 $202   $47,206,646 57
2006/09/21 5 $258,417 -11% 1,436 $180   $47,465,063 58
2006/09/22 11 $823,434 +219% 1,384 $595   $48,288,497 59
2006/09/23 10 $1,328,907 +61% 1,384 $960   $49,617,404 60
2006/09/24 10 $668,974 -50% 1,384 $483   $50,286,378 61
2006/09/25 8 $196,919 -71% 1,384 $142   $50,483,297 62
2006/09/26 8 $219,531 +11% 1,384 $159   $50,702,828 63
2006/09/27 8 $223,238 +2% 1,384 $161   $50,926,066 64
2006/09/28 8 $215,852 -3% 1,384 $156   $51,141,918 65
2006/09/29 10 $570,852 +164% 1,065 $536   $51,712,770 66
2006/09/30 9 $936,564 +64% 1,065 $879   $52,649,334 67
2006/10/01 10 $484,307 -48% 1,065 $455   $53,133,641 68
2006/10/02 10 $159,624 -67% 1,065 $150   $53,293,265 69
2006/10/03 10 $148,170 -7% 1,065 $139   $53,441,435 70
2006/10/04 10 $142,109 -4% 1,065 $133   $53,583,544 71
2006/10/05 10 $147,755 +4% 1,065 $139   $53,731,299 72
2006/10/06 - $367,207 +149% 1,065 $345   $54,098,506 73
2006/10/07 - $580,998 +58% 1,065 $546   $54,679,504 74
2006/10/08 - $330,699 -43% 1,065 $311   $55,010,203 75
2006/10/09 11 $160,481 -51% 1,065 $151   $55,170,684 76
2006/10/10 - $102,256 -36% 1,065 $96   $55,272,940 77
2006/10/11 - $102,421 n/c 1,065 $96   $55,375,361 78
2006/10/12 - $115,122 +12% 824 $140   $55,490,483 79
2006/10/13 - $247,987 +115% 505 $491   $55,738,470 80
2006/10/14 - $407,767 +64% 505 $807   $56,146,237 81
2006/10/15 - $216,668 -47% 505 $429   $56,362,905 82
2006/10/16 - $71,006 -67% 505 $141   $56,433,911 83
2006/10/17 - $79,168 +11% 505 $157   $56,513,079 84
2006/10/18 - $75,660 -4% 505 $150   $56,588,739 85
2006/10/19 - $78,682 +4% 505 $156   $56,667,421 86
2006/10/20 - $165,149 +110% 367 $450   $56,832,570 87
2006/10/21 - $245,864 +49% 367 $670   $57,078,434 88
2006/10/22 - $130,703 -47% 367 $356   $57,209,137 89
2006/10/23 - $43,921 -66% 367 $120   $57,253,058 90
2006/10/24 - $49,359 +12% 367 $134   $57,302,417 91
2006/10/25 - $48,094 -3% 367 $131   $57,350,511 92
2006/10/26 - $48,522 +1% 367 $132   $57,399,033 93
2006/10/27 - $112,921 +133% 321 $352   $57,511,954 94
2006/10/28 - $191,164 +69% 321 $596   $57,703,118 95
2006/10/29 - $100,368 -47% 321 $313   $57,803,486 96
2006/10/30 - $33,300 -67% 321 $104   $57,836,786 97
2006/10/31 - $32,519 -2% 321 $101   $57,869,305 98
2006/11/01 - $37,145 +14% 321 $116   $57,906,450 99
2006/11/02 - $37,940 +2% 321 $118   $57,944,390 100
2006/11/03 - $92,719 +144% 228 $407   $58,037,109 101
2006/11/04 - $158,233 +71% 228 $694   $58,195,342 102
2006/11/05 - $72,911 -54% 228 $320   $58,268,253 103
2006/11/06 - $25,305 -65% 228 $111   $58,293,558 104
2006/11/07 - $28,519 +13% 228 $125   $58,322,077 105
2006/11/08 - $25,962 -9% 228 $114   $58,348,039 106
2006/11/09 - $31,365 +21% 228 $138   $58,379,404 107
2006/11/10 - $56,908 +81% 161 $353   $58,436,312 108
2006/11/11 - $89,080 +57% 161 $553   $58,525,392 109
2006/11/12 - $47,044 -47% 161 $292   $58,572,436 110
2006/11/13 - $21,075 -55% 161 $131   $58,593,511 111
2006/11/14 - $18,258 -13% 161 $113   $58,611,769 112
2006/11/15 - $19,285 +6% 161 $120   $58,631,054 113
2006/11/16 - $18,792 -3% 161 $117   $58,649,846 114
2006/11/17 - $32,305 +72% 161 $201   $58,682,151 115
2006/11/18 - $48,440 +50% 161 $301   $58,730,591 116
2006/11/19 - $27,520 -43% 161 $171   $58,758,111 117
2006/11/20 - $11,112 -60% 161 $69   $58,769,223 118
2006/11/21 - $13,347 +20% 161 $83   $58,782,570 119
2006/11/22 - $17,344 +30% 102 $170   $58,799,914 120
2006/11/23 - $14,754 -15% 102 $145   $58,814,668 121
2006/11/24 - $49,236 +234% 114 $432   $58,863,904 122
2006/11/25 - $49,836 +1% 114 $437   $58,913,740 123
2006/11/26 - $24,868 -50% 114 $218   $58,938,608 124
2006/11/27 - $9,854 -60% 114 $86   $58,948,462 125
2006/11/28 - $10,789 +9% 114 $95   $58,959,251 126
2006/11/29 - $10,108 -6% 114 $89   $58,969,359 127
2006/11/30 - $9,210 -9% 114 $81   $58,978,569 128
2006/12/01 - $30,409 +230% 136 $224   $59,008,978 129
2006/12/02 - $48,706 +60% 136 $358   $59,057,684 130
2006/12/03 - $26,612 -45% 136 $196   $59,084,296 131
2006/12/04 - $12,729 -52% 136 $94   $59,097,025 132
2006/12/05 - $12,914 +1% 136 $95   $59,109,939 133
2006/12/06 - $12,155 -6% 136 $89   $59,122,094 134
2006/12/07 - $12,337 +1% 136 $91   $59,134,431 135
2006/12/08 - $22,453 +82% 136 $165   $59,156,884 136
2006/12/09 - $37,018 +65% 136 $272   $59,193,902 137
2006/12/10 - $20,600 -44% 136 $151   $59,214,502 138
2006/12/11 - $10,887 -47% 136 $80   $59,225,389 139
2006/12/12 - $11,601 +7% 136 $85   $59,236,990 140
2006/12/13 - $10,382 -11% 136 $76   $59,247,372 141
2006/12/14 - $10,331 n/c 136 $76   $59,257,703 142
2006/12/15 - $15,861 +54% 95 $167   $59,273,564 143
2006/12/16 - $26,504 +67% 95 $279   $59,300,068 144
2006/12/17 - $15,709 -41% 95 $165   $59,315,777 145
2006/12/18 - $9,854 -37% 95 $104   $59,325,631 146
2006/12/19 - $11,195 +14% 95 $118   $59,336,826 147
2006/12/20 - $11,049 -1% 95 $116   $59,347,875 148
2006/12/21 - $10,867 -2% 95 $114   $59,358,742 149
2006/12/22 - $10,636 -2% 63 $169   $59,369,378 150
2006/12/23 - $16,481 +55% 63 $262   $59,385,859 151
2006/12/24 - $7,845 -52% 63 $125   $59,393,704 152
2006/12/25 39 $13,277 +69% 63 $211   $59,406,981 153
2006/12/26 - $14,359 +8% 63 $228   $59,421,340 154
2006/12/27 - $12,549 -13% 63 $199   $59,433,889 155
2006/12/28 - $11,735 -6% 63 $186   $59,445,624 156
2006/12/29 - $14,517 +24% 63 $230   $59,460,141 157
2006/12/30 - $18,556 +28% 63 $295   $59,478,697 158
2006/12/31 - $10,386 -44% 63 $165   $59,489,083 159
2007/01/01 - $12,001 +16% 63 $190   $59,501,084 160
2007/01/02 - $7,181 -40% 63 $114   $59,508,265 161
2007/01/03 - $5,958 -17% 63 $95   $59,514,223 162
2007/01/04 - $5,975 n/c 63 $95   $59,520,198 163
2007/01/05 - $9,335 +56% 39 $239   $59,529,533 164
2007/01/06 - $12,467 +34% 39 $320   $59,542,000 165
2007/01/07 - $6,063 -51% 39 $155   $59,548,063 166
2007/01/08 - $2,023 -67% 39 $52   $59,550,086 167
2007/01/09 - $3,241 +60% 39 $83   $59,553,327 168
2007/01/10 - $3,126 -4% 39 $80   $59,556,453 169
2007/01/11 - $3,049 -2% 39 $78   $59,559,502 170
2007/01/12 - $5,314 +74% 39 $136   $59,564,816 171
2007/01/13 - $6,924 +30% 39 $178   $59,571,740 172
2007/01/14 - $4,264 -38% 39 $109   $59,576,004 173
2007/01/15 62 $1,903 -55% 26 $73   $59,577,907 174
2007/01/16 - $1,671 -12% 26 $64   $59,579,578 175
2007/01/17 - $2,671 +60% 26 $103   $59,582,249 176
2007/01/18 - $2,462 -8% 26 $95   $59,584,711 177
2007/01/19 - $2,676 +9% 17 $157   $59,587,387 178
2007/01/20 - $4,508 +68% 17 $265   $59,591,895 179
2007/01/21 - $1,711 -62% 17 $101   $59,593,606 180
2007/01/22 - $1,009 -41% 17 $59   $59,594,615 181
2007/01/23 - $2,279 +126% 17 $134   $59,596,894 182
2007/01/24 - $2,724 +20% 17 $160   $59,599,618 183
2007/01/25 - $2,627 -4% 17 $155   $59,602,245 184
2007/01/26 - $7,222 +175% 27 $267   $59,609,467 185
2007/01/27 - $11,780 +63% 27 $436   $59,621,247 186
2007/01/28 - $6,662 -43% 27 $247   $59,627,909 187
2007/01/29 - $3,329 -50% 27 $123   $59,631,238 188
2007/01/30 - $3,385 +2% 27 $125   $59,634,623 189
2007/01/31 - $3,435 +1% 27 $127   $59,638,058 190
2007/02/01 - $3,958 +15% 27 $147   $59,642,016 191
2007/02/02 - $9,321 +135% 27 $345   $59,651,337 192
2007/02/03 - $16,629 +78% 27 $616   $59,667,966 193
2007/02/04 - $7,471 -55% 27 $277   $59,675,437 194
2007/02/05 - $3,776 -49% 27 $140   $59,679,213 195
2007/02/06 - $3,779 n/c 27 $140   $59,682,992 196
2007/02/07 - $3,530 -7% 27 $131   $59,686,522 197
2007/02/08 - $4,093 +16% 27 $152   $59,690,615 198
2007/02/09 - $7,329 +79% 33 $222   $59,697,944 199
2007/02/10 - $13,386 +83% 33 $406   $59,711,330 200
2007/02/11 - $8,347 -38% 33 $253   $59,719,677 201
2007/02/12 - $3,339 -60% 33 $101   $59,723,016 202
2007/02/13 - $3,801 +14% 33 $115   $59,726,817 203
2007/02/14 - $3,559 -6% 33 $108   $59,730,376 204
2007/02/15 - $3,168 -11% 33 $96   $59,733,544 205
2007/02/16 - $4,319 +36% 23 $188   $59,737,863 206
2007/02/17 - $8,128 +88% 23 $353   $59,745,991 207
2007/02/18 - $7,242 -11% 23 $315   $59,753,233 208
2007/02/19 51 $4,815 -34% 23 $209   $59,758,048 209
2007/02/20 - $2,682 -44% 23 $117   $59,760,730 210
2007/02/21 - $2,523 -6% 23 $110   $59,763,253 211
2007/02/22 - $2,755 +9% 23 $120   $59,766,008 212
2007/02/23 - $4,974 +81% 18 $276   $59,770,982 213
2007/02/24 - $53,886 +983% 97 $556   $59,824,868 214
2007/02/25 - $6,608 -88% 31 $213   $59,831,476 215
2007/02/26 - $2,862 -57% 31 $92   $59,834,338 216
2007/02/27 - $3,467 +21% 31 $112   $59,837,805 217
2007/02/28 - $2,225 -36% 31 $72   $59,840,030 218
2007/03/01 - $1,908 -14% 31 $62   $59,841,938 219
2007/03/02 - $3,195 +67% 24 $133   $59,845,133 220
2007/03/03 - $7,176 +125% 24 $299   $59,852,309 221
2007/03/04 - $4,563 -36% 24 $190   $59,856,872 222
2007/03/05 - $1,483 -67% 24 $62   $59,858,355 223
2007/03/06 - $1,734 +17% 24 $72   $59,860,089 224
2007/03/07 - $1,250 -28% 24 $52   $59,861,339 225
2007/03/08 - $1,918 +53% 24 $80   $59,863,257 226
2007/03/09 - $4,225 +120% 24 $176   $59,867,482 227
2007/03/10 - $5,264 +25% 24 $219   $59,872,746 228
2007/03/11 - $3,782 -28% 24 $158   $59,876,528 229
2007/03/12 - $2,236 -41% 24 $93   $59,878,764 230
2007/03/13 - $2,375 +6% 24 $99   $59,881,139 231
2007/03/14 - $2,236 -6% 24 $93   $59,883,375 232
2007/03/15 - $2,309 +3% 24 $96   $59,885,684 233
2007/03/16 - $740 -68% 5 $148   $59,886,424 234
2007/03/17 - $608 -18% 5 $122   $59,887,032 235
2007/03/18 - $836 +38% 5 $167   $59,887,868 236
2007/03/19 - $408 -51% 5 $82   $59,888,276 237
2007/03/20 - $521 +28% 5 $104   $59,888,797 238
2007/03/21 - $378 -27% 5 $76   $59,889,175 239
2007/03/22 - $528 +40% 5 $106   $59,889,703 240

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/07/28 20 $370,998   7 $53,000   $499,012 5
2006/08/04 16 $1,480,193 +299% 58 $25,521   $2,218,375 12
2006/08/11 12 $2,603,168 +76% 153 $17,014   $5,642,853 19
2006/08/18 7 $5,610,845 +116% 691 $8,120   $12,692,059 26
2006/08/25 3 $7,371,263 +31% 1,430 $5,155   $22,895,257 33
2006/09/01 4 $7,621,569 +3% 1,602 $4,758   $33,729,544 40
2006/09/08 7 $4,273,545 -44% 1,560 $2,739   $41,494,873 47
2006/09/15 8 $3,319,124 -22% 1,436 $2,311   $46,359,579 54
2006/09/22 10 $2,821,315 -15% 1,384 $2,039   $50,286,378 61
2006/09/29 10 $1,991,723 -29% 1,065 $1,870   $53,133,641 68
2006/10/06 12 $1,278,904 -36% 824 $1,552   $55,010,203 75
2006/10/13 15 $872,422 -32% 505 $1,728   $56,362,905 82
2006/10/20 20 $541,716 -38% 367 $1,476   $57,209,137 89
2006/10/27 23 $404,453 -25% 321 $1,260   $57,803,486 96
2006/11/03 26 $323,863 -20% 228 $1,420   $58,268,253 103
2006/11/10 28 $193,032 -40% 161 $1,199   $58,572,436 110
2006/11/17 36 $108,265 -44% 109 $993   $58,758,111 117
2006/11/24 35 $123,940 +14% 114 $1,087   $58,938,608 124
2006/12/01 28 $105,727 -15% 136 $777   $59,084,296 131
2006/12/08 35 $80,071 -24% 120 $667   $59,214,502 138
2006/12/15 37 $58,074 -27% 95 $611   $59,315,777 145
2006/12/22 39 $34,962 -40% 63 $555   $59,393,704 152
2006/12/29 42 $43,459 +24% 56 $776   $59,489,083 159
2007/01/05 51 $27,865 -36% 39 $714   $59,548,063 166
2007/01/12 58 $16,502 -41% 26 $635   $59,576,004 173
2007/01/19 63 $8,895 -46% 17 $523   $59,593,606 180
2007/01/26 58 $25,664 +189% 27 $951   $59,627,909 187
2007/02/02 56 $33,421 +30% 41 $815   $59,675,437 194
2007/02/09 61 $29,062 -13% 33 $881   $59,719,677 201
2007/02/16 57 $19,689 -32% 23 $856   $59,753,233 208
2007/02/23 48 $65,468 +233% 97 $675   $59,831,476 215
2007/03/02 68 $14,934 -77% 24 $622   $59,856,872 222
2007/03/09 66 $13,271 -11% 19 $698   $59,876,528 229
2007/03/16 93 $2,184 -84% 5 $437   $59,887,868 236
2007/03/23 123 $245 -89% 1 $245   $59,889,948 243

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/24/200661,227,428 1,227,428$19,614,299$19,614,2991
12/31/20068371,840-70% 1,599,268$5,945,722$25,560,0212
1/7/20077277,050-25% 1,876,318$4,430,030$29,990,0513
1/14/200716116,979-58% 1,993,297$1,870,494$31,860,5454
1/21/200713114,944-2% 2,108,241$1,837,955$33,698,4995
1/28/200710116,724+2% 2,224,965$2,133,715$35,832,2146
2/4/20079100,796-14% 2,325,761$1,813,320$37,645,5347
2/11/20071786,999-14% 2,412,760$1,565,112$39,210,6468
2/18/200718156,613+80% 2,569,373$2,817,468$42,028,1149
2/25/200714111,893-29% 2,681,266$2,140,513$44,168,62710
3/4/200712148,142+32% 2,829,408$2,961,359$47,129,98611
3/11/20071499,686-33% 2,929,094$1,565,070$48,695,05612
3/18/20072462,230-38% 2,991,324$977,011$49,672,06713
4/8/200713181,710 3,228,955$2,723,833$53,244,12516

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