Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $144,130,063Details
International Box Office $458,370,497
Worldwide Box Office $602,500,560
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $136,390,709 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,220,964 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $137,611,673
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
54% - Rotten
Audience
66% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$52,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 18th, 2008 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: December 16th, 2008 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sex-related comments.
Keywords: Unexpected Families
Source:Based on Musical or Opera
Genre:Musical
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Littlestar, Playtone

DVD Releases for November 10th, 2009 - Part I

We are getting closer to the Thanksgiving long weekend and the official start of the holiday shopping season. Because of this, there are plenty of great releases coming out this week, including Up on a 4-Disc Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack, which is clearly DVD Pick of the Week material. Also a DVD Pick of the Week is Monsters, Inc. - 4-Disc Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack, while the late arriving Monsters vs. Aliens - Blu-ray earns an honorable mention. With a massive list of releases, including nearly a dozen spotlight reviews, we have once again needed to split the release report into two parts. The second part can be found here. More...

International Details - Recep Ivedik is No Turkey

Recep Ivedik opened in its native Turkey and a few other markets scoring sixth place with $8.32 million on 483 screens in 4 markets. Of that total, $6.10 million was earned on 390 screens during a first place opening in its native market, which is above the pace of its predecessor. The film managed fourth place in Germany with $1.75 million on just 75 screens. An excellent start for the film. More...

International Details - Bride Wars as Bridesmaid

Bride Wars continues its bridesmaid run just missing the top five this week after just missing the top ten last week. It did ad $5.88 million on 2485 screens in 30 markets for a total of $32.11 million after a month of release. Openings this week include Germany, where the film placed second with $1.62 million on 455 screens, which is a mixed debut. More...

International Details - Slumdog Continues to Earn Millions

Slumdog Millionaire slipped to sixth place with $7.67 million on 1275 screens in 12 markets for a total of $42.46 million. The film had no major openings this past weekend, but it added $3.02 million on 416 screens during its fourth weekend on top of the charts in the U.K. for a total of $18.21 million in that one market. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Nearly Invisible

There was not a single new release to chart this week on the rental side of the home market. At least not an entirely new release. Eagle Eye led the way, but it placed fourth during its early release last week. More...

DVD Sales - Eye Sees Its Way to the Top

There were a handful of new releases on the first sales chart of the year, including Eagle Eye, which led the way with 1.39 million units during the week. Adding in previous sales, the film has sold 1.58 million units and generated $34.29 million in consumer retail spending. More...

DVD Rentals - Burn, Baby, Burn

This week on the rental charts we have late releases from the week of the 16th, all the releases from the week of the 23rd, and early releases from the 30th. The number on rental for the week was Burn After Reading, which generated about a sixth more revenue than second place Death Race. More...

DVD Sales - Knight Rises

This week, new releases were practically non-existent on the DVD sales chart. In fact, the best selling releases to make their debut on the chart were the late releases from last week. The best seller overall this week was The Dark Knight with 1.69 million units and $37.11 million in consumer retail spending for the week, giving it just a hair under 12.00 million units sold and $252.82 million in sales after three. This is clearly the best selling DVD of 2008 having sold over 1 million units more than WALL-E and nearly $70 million more in retail sales. More...

DVD Rentals - Mummy not Mamma Leads the Way

There were five new releases to chart this week, including The Mummy - Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, which topped the charts just ahead of last week's winner, The Dark Knight. More...

DVD Sales - Mamma Hot on Sales Chart

There were only three new releases to chart this week, sort of. Call in three and a half new releases, but we will get to that in a bit. On the top of the sales chart this week was Mamma Mia!, which sold 3.72 million units for $77.68 million in consumer retail spending. More...

International Details - Bolt Best of the Rest

No new openings left Bolt out of the top five with $4.94 million on 1916 screens in 11 markets for a total of $28.69 million. Its best market was Russia where it slipped to second place with $1.20 million on 570 screens for a three-week total of $10.73 million, while it added $1.06 million on 412 screens over the weekend in Spain for a total of $3.96 million after two. The film has yet to open in most major markets, and won't until the new year, but when it is done it should surpass its domestic total while aiming for $250 million worldwide. More...

DVD Releases for December 16, 2008

This week is a confusing one on the home market as there are DVDs coming out on Tuesday the 16th, as usual, and on Friday the 19th, and Sunday the 21st as well. While there are a number of great releases that are spread out over three days, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is the best on any day, and worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

Awards Season - The Curious Case of the Frost/Nixon Globe Nominations

The latest set of Awards Season nominations were handed out today as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations. There was not much in the way of surprises, and it is hard to look at one film and say it was the big winner, but Frost/Nixon and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button come the closest. More...

International Details - School Climbing Higher

High School Musical 3: Senior Year fell below $10 million this past weekend, but we still able to remain in second place internationally earning $8.65 million on 4642 screens in 34 markets for a total of $123.01 million internationally and $207.178 million worldwide. The only opening of note this weekend came in Russia, however, the film struggled there placing sixth with $353,000 on 128 screens. Its best market was the U.K. where it added $1.46 million on 483 screens over the weekend for a total of $31.76 million. More...

International Details - High School Graduates to the Century Mark

High School Musical 3: Senior Year remained in second place with $14.63 million on 4413 screens in 30 markets for a total of $110.38 million internationally. This is more than it will make domestically by the end of its run, and at this pace hitting $200 million worldwide will not be an issue, as it has openings in Russia, Australia, and Japan still to go. Its biggest market of the weekend was Italy where it made $2.60 million on 487 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.02 million. Meanwhile, its biggest market overall was the U.K. with $31.44 million, including $2.39 million on 470 screens over the past weekend. More...

International Details - World Sees Saw

Saw V slipped a spot to sixth place with $6.44 million on 1703 screens in 26 markets for a total of $16.52 million. This week it opened in fourth place in Russia with $745,000 on 200 screens while in earned seventh place in Mexico with just $148,000 on 120 screens. As far as holdovers go, the film fell more than 60% in the U.K. to $1.55 million on 367 screens for a total of $7.53 million. More...

International Details - Number One is Number Six

Public Enemy Number One Part 1 opened in first place in France with $5.66 million on 489 screens. Adding in a couple of smaller markets and it pulled in $5.80 million on 527 screens in 3 markets over the weekend, landing in sixth place internationally. More...

International Details - Barcelona Strong in France, Italy

Vicky Cristina Barcelona remained in sixth place internationally with $6.66 million on 1136 screens in 11 markets for a total of $22.85 million after a month of release. This includes France, where the film remained in first place with $3.15 million on 443 screens for the week and $7.68 million after two. Meanwhile, it opened in Italy with $2.16 million on 378 screens, which was enough for second place in that market. More...

International Details - Updates and More

First some updates on Wednesday's numbers. Due to Columbus Day, we were relying on studio estimates instead of final numbers, and while they were mostly accurate, they were not entirely accurate. The Russia film, Admiral (Koltchak), did indeed top the charts with $12.51 million on 1,223 screens in 2 markets over the weekend and $13.31 million in total. Meanwhile, Eagle Eye added $10.88 million on 3,030 screens in 38 markets for a still early total of $29.41 million. Mamma Mia! continues its quest for $400 million with $8.37 million on 3,713 screens in 46 markets for a total of $390.72 million. These three films were very close to the original figures, however, the rest of the top five was different than originally reported, starting with... More...

International Top Five - Top of the Chart is Truly International

We had a new winner on top of the international charts as the Russia film, Admiral (Koltchak) opened in its native market with $11.35 million and $1.47 million in neighboring Ukraine. Its total weekend revenue of $12.82 million came on 1,088 screens, giving the film an impressive per screen average of $11,783. It has to be considered a hit already, but how well it holds on will determine how fast the studio will recoup its $20 million production budget. More...

International Top Five - A Little Song and Dance Overtakes a Superhero

Thanks to an impressive opening in Italy, Mamma Mia! was able to overtake Hancock on the yearly international charts. Over the weekend the film added $14.25 million on 4,222 screens in 48 markets for an international total of $377.29 million, just ahead of the $375 million Hancock has brought in. In Italy, the film opened in first place with $2.52 million on 400 screens, while it added $1.36 million on 403 screens in the U.K. for a total of $110.14 million after thirteen weeks of release. Worldwide the film has amassed an astounding $520.01 million, and with Japan ahead, it should reach the all-time top 50 before long. More...

International Top Five - Mamma Mia Still Singing a Profitable Song

Mamma Mia! remained in top spot on the international chart with a nearly identical result to last week, earning $15.62 million on 4,152 screens in 44 markets for a total of $356.63 million internationally and $498.82 million worldwide. This includes an estimated $4.3 million on 436 screens in Russia, which was easily enough for first place. The film is also still cruising in the U.K. adding $1.10 million on 418 screens for a total of $113.40 million after nearly three months of release. At this point, one has to assume that Titanic's record is not out of reach, and that the studio might be willing to give it the extra push to put it over the top. More...

International Top Five - Mamma Mia Holds onto its High Note

No major openings didn't hurt Mamma Mia! too much as it remained on top of the international charts with $15.15 million on 4036 screens on 45 markets for a total of $334.87 million. This includes $2.4 million on 462 screens in France, but that was for the full week. Meanwhile in the U.K. it added $1.30 million on 443 screens for a total of $110.87 million after nearly three months of release, which is not that far off Titanic 's record of roughly $120 million. More...

International Top Five - Another Milestone for Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia! remained in first place with $20.27 million on 4303 screens in 45 markets for a total of $309.59 million. It is only the fifth film this year to reach $300 million internationally and I think most would agree it is the least likely. Openings this week were highlighted by France, where it made $2.4 million, which was enough for first place in that market. Additionally, it remained flat in South Korea adding $3.35 million on 518 screens for a total of $9.79 million after two weeks of release. It was not as strong in its opening in Mexico, on the other hand, placing second with just $785,000 on 292 screens. Strong holds and a number of markets remaining, it could hit $400 million internationally. More...

International Top Five - Mamma Mia Hits a High Note

Mamma Mia! captured top spot thanks to a record-breaking debut in South Korea. In that market, it opened with $3.40 million on 513 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.08 million, which was the best opening for a musical in South Korean history; however, it still had to settle for second place. The film was also in second place in the U.K. with $2.52 million on 493 screens for a total of $99.42 million after two months of release. Overall, the film made $16.36 million on 3,430 screens in 39 markets for a total of $281.54 million internationally and $417.98 million worldwide. More...

International Top Five - Milestone Weekend for Knight

The Dark Knight fell hard this past weekend, but it still managed a major milestone reaching $400 million internationally while topping $900 million worldwide. The lack of new markets meant its weekend haul was down 43% to $19.46 million on 6124 screens in 62 markets and now has $413.73 million internationally and $916.02 million worldwide. Its best market of the weekend was Germany, where it remained in first place with $4.58 million on 754 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.61 million after two. This is already more than double what the original made in total. Meanwhile the film's best market overall remained the U.K. where it has made $84.08 million, including $1.67 million on 396 screens over this past weekend. More...

International Top Five - Knight is King

The Dark Knight remained in first place with $34.28 million on 7194 screens in 62 markets for a total of $377.64 million internationally and $867.06 million worldwide. This week the film debuted in first place in Germany with $9.79 million on 754 screen, which is roughly five times what the original made when it opened there in 2005. It also remained in first place in France with $5.8 million on 820 screens for a total of $17.7 million, which is more than the original made in total. Its best market so far remains the U.K. where it has made $79.84 million, including 2.67 million on 440 screens this past weekend. On the other hand, the film is running out of markets to open in, and it will have trouble matching its domestic total. Perhaps it will reach $1 billion worldwide, but that's not a sure thing. More...

International Top Five - Knight Returns to Top

The Dark Knight reclaimed first place on the international chart with $42.4 million on 7700 screens in 61 markets for a total of $328.6 million internationally and just over $800 million worldwide, which puts it ahead of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull for the year. This week it opened in first place in France and Spain $9.6 million on 818 screens in the former and $6.85 million on 570 screens in the latter. Meanwhile in South Korea the film was down just 23% earning $3.47 million on 463 screens for a total of $13.92 million after just two weeks. The film is also still in first place in the U.K. added $4.30 million on 499 screens for a total of $74.91 million, which is still a bit behind Mamma Mia!'s running tally of $84.34 million, and it is unlikely that it will catch it in the end in that market. More...

International Top Five - Mummy\'s Milestone

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor significantly expanded its reach this weekend, which allowed it to remain in top spot with $55.96 million on 6396 screens in 50 markets for a total of $141.94 million. The film had a trio of major market debuts this weekend earning first place in Germany with $6.42 million on 650 screens, in France with an estimated $5 million on 572 screens, and in Taiwan with $3.6 million on 61 screens, which was the best opening of the year so far. On the other hand, the film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $5.70 million on 477 screens over the weekend, however, it has earned $8.53 million in total, which would have been enough for first place. As for holdovers, the film is still in first place in Mexico adding $2.36 million on 431 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.50 million after two weeks. Tomb of the Dragon Emperor will have little trouble reaching $200 million internationally, and it should become the biggest hit of the franchise on the international scene. More...

Olympic-Sized Box Office Haul

Four. The Dark Knight has reigned on top of the box office charts for four weekends now. The last film to last on top so long was Return of the King, which opened more than four years ago. That said, while The Dark Knight is dominating, the new releases are not pulling their weight and the overall box office slipped to $120 million over the weekend, which was 21% lower than last weekend, and 22% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2008 has earned $6.14 billion, which is lower than 2007's pace but by less than 1%, as this time last year movies had earned $6.17 billion at the box office. More...

International Top Five - Mummy Ends Summer on Strong Note

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor started its international run in about a third of the world scoring first place with $61.93 million on 4094 screens in 27 markets. This includes $9.24 million on 723 screens in South Korea over the weekend, and $13.11 million in total, which represents the best opening for a non-local film this year. The film was also fantastic in its opening in Russia scoring a reported $12.7 million there. Meanwhile in Spain it pulled in $6.48 million on 554 screens while in Mexico it earned $4.99 million on 430 screens, finishing first by significant margins in both markets. Next up for the film is the U.K., France, and Germany this weekend, Japan next weekend, while it doesn't end its run till September when it debuts in Italy. More...

Will Pineapple Defeat Batman?

Like last week, this week we have two more new wide releases, and like last week, The Dark Knight has a shot at retaining its crown. Also of note, the two new releases are coming out tonight because the Olympics are starting on Friday and they want to avoid going up against the Olympic opening ceremonies... Wait... People watch the Olympic opening ceremonies? More...

Dark Knight Continues to Light Up Box Office

For the third weekend in a row, The Dark Knight came out on top at the box office -- the first time this year we've had a three-time champ. Unfortunately, the film didn't come out on top because it beat expectations by a massive margin, but because The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor missed expectations. That led to a drop at the overall box office by just over 15% from last weekend to $153 million. This is also lower than the same weekend last year by just under 14%. Meanwhile, 2008's and 2007's year-to-date numbers are nearly identical at $5.93 billion, with this year a tiny, tiny amount lower. More...

International Details - Milestone Weekend

Hancock fell 56% to $20.22 million on 7516 screens in 70 markets, however, that was still enough for second place on the international chart this week, and lifted its totals to $295.58 million internationally and $502.06 million worldwide, reaching a major milestone. The film's best market of the week was Spain where it remained in first place with $3.98 million on 575 screens for a total of $16.86 million. It is also performing well in Germany where it held on to second place with $1.70 million on 755 screens over the weekend and $33.62 million after four. However, it is starting to slip in the U.K. falling to fifth place with $1.40 million on 400 screens, but its total of $45.15 million in that market is still fantastic. Hancock likely hit $300 million early last week, and it has yet to open in Japan and Italy. More...

Dark Days for New Releases? - Correction

Two more new wide releases make their debut tomorrow, but we could have the first threepeat winner of the year as the new number one movie of the year, The Dark Knight, is still going strong. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor does have a slight edge going into this weekend, but it could be close. There is a troubling sign as neither film looks likely to match last year's number one film and with 2008 barely ahead of 2007, any weakness could result in 2008 losing its lead. More...

Dark Knight Continues its Record Breaking Run

The Dark Knight added a few more records to its impressive list of accomplishments, but it wasn't enough to prevent the overall box office from suffering, as it was down to $181 million over the weekend. That represents a stunning 31% drop-off from last weekend. However, since last weekend was the largest weekend on record, this was not surprising. What was a little surprising was the year-to-year decline; granted, it was down less than 2% from the same weekend last year, but that's still disappointing. As for the year-to-date numbers, strong midweek numbers helped push 2008 into the lead, barely, with 2008 earning $5.68 billion to $5.67 billion for 2007. More...

International Details - Panda Continues to Perform

For the third week in a row, Kung Fu Panda performed excellently on the international scene, but was not on par with the top of the chart. Over the previous weekend, the film finished in third place with $29.02 million on 4460 screens in 51 screens for a total of $273.20 million. This week the film opened three of the four Scandinavian markets including Denmark where it opened in first place with $1.10 million on 87 screens over the weekend and $1.23 million in total. Meanwhile, the film only managed third in Norway with $834,000 on 105 screens over the weekend and $1.2 million in total and it managed third place in Sweden with $689,000 on 149 screens and $840,000 in total. Additionally, the film made $3.02 million on 466 screens over the weekend for a total of $27.57 million after three weeks. Next up for the film is Japan this weekend while it opens in Italy at the end of the month. More...

I Want to Believe in the New Releases

Two new wide releases make their debut today, but neither of them have a legitimate shot at first place. In fact, it would take a shocking result for Step Brothers and X-Files: I Want to Believe to earn more combined than The Dark Knight will make during its second weekend of release. The real competition for The Dark Knight is The Simpsons movie, which opened this time last year. More...

Record Number of Records?

Wow.

It is always better to underestimate demand and be pleasantly surprised, but The Dark Knight beat practically all expectations. It is such a huge hit that its weekend haul was better than the industry as a whole managed last weekend, and more than the industry made the same weekend last year. In fact, the $254 million weekend haul was a biggest all time. Needless to say, there was substantial growth this past weekend and the overall box office was up 68% from last weekend and 64% from the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, 2008 is still behind 2007 $5.37 billion to $5.41 billion, but that lead won't last. More...

International Details - Panda Throws Its Weight Around

Kung Fu Panda grew to its biggest yet pulling in $45.32 million on 6314 screens in 49 markets for a total of $221.64 million. This includes openings in France where it placed second with $8.64 million on 743 screens for the full week and in Spain where it topped the charts with $6.29 million on 581 screens. The film's best holdover was The U.K. where it slipped a spot to third with $5.55 million on 456 screens for a two-week total of $21.57 million. It also held well in Germany adding $4.54 million on 838 screens for a two-week total of $11.14 million while it now has $20.38 million in Australia, including $3.17 million on 361 screens during this past weekend. Meanwhile, the film has yet to open in Italy or Japan, as well as a few other smaller markets, and should have no trouble reaching $300 million before long. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dark Knight Sets New Weekend Record

After a massive opening day on Friday, a new weekend record looked inevitable for The Dark Knight, and it delivered the goods this morning with Warner Bros. estimating an opening weekend total of $155.34 million. Since the movie actually scored better on Friday than originally projected, it seems likely that WB is being cautious in their projection, and a good day on Sunday could see the movie come close to $160 million when all is said and done. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of July 18, 2008

There were a lot of movies released this week, and while not all of them had real sites, it was still busier than usual. No one site really wowed this week, but The Dark Knight's Official Site, plus its two side sites combined into an award worthy effort. More...

Friday Estimates: Dark Knight Smashes Single Day Record

The Dark Knight smashed the all-time single day record on Friday, according to Warner Bros.' estimate, with an extraordinary $66.4 million. That's more than $6 million ahead of the previous record-holder, Spider-Man 3, which earned $59,841,919 on its opening day last year. (See complete list of biggest single days at the box office.) More...

Darkest Before the Dawn

One of the most anticipated films of the year opens today and The Dark Knight should be huge. Absolutely huge. In fact, there are even those who think the film will make more than the top five did this time last year, which would be a huge boost to 2008 in its race with 2007. More...

International Details - Panda Packs on the Pounds

Kung Fu Panda saw its weekend numbers climb by close to 70%, and its weekend haul of $40.16 million on 5325 screens in 40 markets was the best of its run so far. A run that has brought in $154.13 million so far. However, it still remained in second place thanks to the opening of Hancock. The film had a pair of second place openings including the U.K. where it made $8.63 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.96 million. Meanwhile in Germany it was not as strong with $4.48 million on 831 screens, but it still managed second place. The film also slipped to second place in Australia, but it held well down just 24% to $3.83 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.63 million. More...

2008 Preview: July

July is going to have a tough time following June. Last month only one movie missed expectations by any meaningful degree which helped 2008 climb above 2007's pace. Perhaps if The Dark Knight can become the biggest hit of the year so far and 2008 tops 2007's pace in terms of ticket sales, July will be seen as a better month than June, but that will be very tough to do. Compared to last year, July doesn't seem to have as much strength at the top, but its strength is in the midrange hits and it should at least keep pace with 2007. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - February 11, 2007

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Indiana Jones 4, The Mummy 3, Hellboy 2 and more. More...

Cast

Meryl Streep    Donna
Pierce Brosnan    Sam Carmichael
Colin Firth    Harry Bright
Stellan Skarsgård    Bill Austin
Julie Walters    Rosie
Dominic Cooper    Sky
Amanda Seyfried    Sophie Sheridan
Christine Baranski    Tanya

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Phyllida Lloyd
Screenwriter    Catherine Johnson
Story Creator    Catherine Johnson
Producer    Judy Craymer
Producer    Gary Goetzman
Executive Producer    Benny Andersson
Executive Producer    Bjorn Ulvaeus
Executive Producer    Rita Wilson
Executive Producer    Tom Hanks
Executive Producer    Mark Huffam
Cinematographer    Haris Zambarloukos
Editor    Lesley Walker
Composer    Benny Andersson
Composer    Bjorn Ulvaeus
Song Writer    Stig Anderson
Music Director    Martin Lowe
Music Supervisor    Becky Bentham
Production Designer    Maria Djurkovic
Supervising Art Director    Nick Palmer
Art Director    Dean Clegg
Art Director    Rebecca Holmes
Set Decorator    Barbara Herman-Skelding
Costume Designer    Ann Roth
Sound Mixer    Simon Hayes
Supervising Sound Editor    Nick Adams
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Barry
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Minkler
Re-recording Mixer    Dominick Tavella
Fight Choreographer    Anthony Van Laast
Visual Effects Supervisor    Mark Nelmes
Assistant Director    Chris Newman
Casting Director    Priscilla John
Casting Director    Ellen Lewis

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/18 2 $9,865,440   2,976 $3,315   $9,865,440 1
2008/07/19 2 $9,850,625 n/c 2,976 $3,310   $19,716,065 2
2008/07/20 2 $8,035,175 -18% 2,976 $2,700   $27,751,240 3
2008/07/21 2 $4,093,125 -49% 2,976 $1,375   $31,844,365 4
2008/07/22 2 $4,433,495 +8% 2,976 $1,490   $36,277,860 5
2008/07/23 2 $4,330,080 -2% 2,976 $1,455   $40,607,940 6
2008/07/24 2 $4,240,800 -2% 2,976 $1,425   $44,848,740 7
2008/07/25 3 $5,561,775 +31% 2,990 $1,860   $50,410,515 8
2008/07/26 3 $6,727,645 +21% 2,990 $2,250   $57,138,160 9
2008/07/27 3 $5,457,305 -19% 2,990 $1,825   $62,595,465 10
2008/07/28 3 $2,766,125 -49% 2,990 $925   $65,361,590 11
2008/07/29 3 $3,213,595 +16% 2,990 $1,075   $68,575,185 12
2008/07/30 3 $3,199,300 n/c 2,990 $1,070   $71,774,485 13
2008/07/31 3 $3,080,125 -4% 2,990 $1,030   $74,854,610 14
2008/08/01 4 $3,842,810 +25% 3,060 $1,256   $78,697,420 15
2008/08/02 4 $5,006,370 +30% 3,060 $1,636   $83,703,790 16
2008/08/03 4 $3,766,335 -25% 3,060 $1,231   $87,470,125 17
2008/08/04 4 $2,097,470 -44% 3,060 $685   $89,567,595 18
2008/08/05 4 $2,250,575 +7% 3,060 $735   $91,818,170 19
2008/08/06 5 $2,128,090 -5% 3,060 $695   $93,946,260 20
2008/08/07 5 $1,989,665 -7% 3,060 $650   $95,935,925 21
2008/08/08 6 $2,459,380 +24% 3,062 $803   $98,395,305 22
2008/08/09 6 $3,273,850 +33% 3,062 $1,069   $101,669,155 23
2008/08/10 6 $2,475,350 -24% 3,062 $808   $104,144,505 24
2008/08/11 6 $1,389,390 -44% 3,062 $454   $105,533,895 25
2008/08/12 5 $1,550,550 +12% 3,062 $506   $107,084,445 26
2008/08/13 6 $1,470,035 -5% 3,062 $480   $108,554,480 27
2008/08/14 6 $1,362,985 -7% 3,062 $445   $109,917,465 28
2008/08/15 8 $1,953,555 +43% 2,769 $706   $111,871,020 29
2008/08/16 7 $2,410,770 +23% 2,769 $871   $114,281,790 30
2008/08/17 7 $1,731,925 -28% 2,769 $625   $116,013,715 31
2008/08/18 6 $928,285 -46% 2,771 $335   $116,959,000 32
2008/08/19 5 $1,148,665 +24% 2,771 $415   $118,107,665 33
2008/08/20 4 $1,080,690 -6% 2,771 $390   $119,188,355 34
2008/08/21 4 $983,705 -9% 2,771 $355   $120,172,060 35
2008/08/22 9 $1,325,820 +35% 2,326 $570   $121,497,880 36
2008/08/23 9 $1,757,025 +33% 2,326 $755   $123,254,905 37
2008/08/24 8 $1,231,995 -30% 2,326 $530   $124,486,900 38
2008/08/25 6 $666,050 -46% 2,326 $286   $125,152,950 39
2008/08/26 6 $709,430 +7% 2,326 $305   $125,862,380 40
2008/08/27 6 $628,910 -11% 2,326 $270   $126,474,290 41
2008/08/28 6 $616,390 -2% 2,326 $265   $127,090,680 42
2008/08/29 8 $1,151,280 +87% 1,968 $585   $128,241,960 43
2008/08/30 8 $1,594,055 +38% 1,968 $810   $129,836,015 44
2008/08/31 8 $1,466,160 -8% 1,968 $745   $131,302,175 45
2008/09/01 7 $1,210,320 -17% 1,968 $615   $132,512,495 46
2008/09/02 7 $344,385 -72% 1,968 $175   $132,856,880 47
2008/09/03 7 $354,240 +3% 1,968 $180   $133,211,120 48
2008/09/04 7 $372,985 +5% 1,968 $190   $133,584,105 49
2008/09/05 9 $799,680 +114% 1,904 $420   $134,383,785 50
2008/09/06 9 $1,323,280 +65% 1,904 $695   $135,707,065 51
2008/09/07 8 $732,985 -45% 1,904 $385   $136,440,050 52
2008/09/08 8 $228,480 -69% 1,904 $120   $136,668,530 53
2008/09/09 8 $314,160 +38% 1,904 $165   $136,982,690 54
2008/09/10 7 $286,005 -9% 1,904 $150   $137,268,695 55
2008/09/11 7 $304,640 +7% 1,904 $160   $137,573,335 56
2008/09/12 11 $523,365 +72% 1,904 $275   $138,096,700 57
2008/09/13 12 $811,595 +55% 1,904 $426   $138,908,295 58
2008/09/14 13 $493,025 -39% 1,904 $259   $139,401,320 59
2008/09/15 10 $159,285 -68% 1,904 $84   $139,560,605 60
2008/09/16 9 $197,210 +24% 1,904 $104   $139,757,815 61
2008/09/17 9 $189,625 -4% 1,904 $100   $139,947,440 62
2008/09/18 9 $198,275 +5% 1,904 $104   $140,145,715 63
2008/09/19 12 $307,750 +55% 1,121 $275   $140,453,465 64
2008/09/20 13 $464,675 +51% 1,121 $415   $140,918,140 65
2008/09/21 13 $274,150 -41% 1,121 $245   $141,192,290 66
2008/09/22 12 $94,750 -65% 1,121 $85   $141,287,040 67
2008/09/23 12 $112,095 +18% 1,121 $100   $141,399,135 68
2008/09/24 12 $106,555 -5% 1,121 $95   $141,505,690 69
2008/09/25 12 $112,495 +6% 1,121 $100   $141,618,185 70
2008/09/26 - $157,740 +40% 717 $220   $141,775,925 71
2008/09/27 - $265,290 +68% 717 $370   $142,041,215 72
2008/09/28 - $154,155 -42% 717 $215   $142,195,370 73
2008/09/29 - $53,455 -65% 717 $75   $142,248,825 74
2008/09/30 - $68,425 +28% 717 $95   $142,317,250 75
2008/10/01 - $64,530 -6% 717 $90   $142,381,780 76
2008/10/02 - $57,665 -11% 717 $80   $142,439,445 77
2008/10/03 - $82,130 +42% 382 $215   $142,521,575 78
2008/10/04 - $124,150 +51% 382 $325   $142,645,725 79
2008/10/05 - $80,235 -35% 382 $210   $142,725,960 80
2008/10/06 - $26,740 -67% 382 $70   $142,752,700 81
2008/10/07 - $34,505 +29% 382 $90   $142,787,205 82
2008/10/08 - $36,125 +5% 382 $95   $142,824,950 83
2008/10/09 - $38,145 +6% 382 $100   $142,863,095 84
2008/10/10 - $55,775 +46% 279 $200   $142,918,870 85
2008/10/11 - $82,305 +48% 279 $295   $143,001,175 86
2008/10/12 - $53,010 -36% 279 $190   $143,052,565 87
2008/10/13 - $36,270 -32% 279 $130   $143,088,835 88
2008/10/14 - $23,715 -35% 279 $85   $143,112,550 89
2008/10/15 - $21,005 -11% 279 $75   $143,133,555 90
2008/10/16 - $26,425 +26% 279 $95   $143,159,980 91
2008/10/17 - $52,600 +99% 219 $240   $143,212,580 92
2008/10/18 - $73,425 +40% 219 $335   $143,286,005 93
2008/10/19 - $42,705 -42% 219 $195   $143,328,710 94
2008/10/20 - $16,425 -62% 219 $75   $143,345,135 95
2008/10/21 - $22,995 +40% 219 $105   $143,368,130 96
2008/10/22 - $20,900 -9% 219 $95   $143,389,030 97
2008/10/23 - $23,985 +15% 219 $110   $143,413,015 98
2008/10/24 - $40,520 +69% 180 $225   $143,453,535 99
2008/10/25 - $51,305 +27% 180 $285   $143,504,840 100
2008/10/26 - $31,485 -39% 180 $175   $143,536,325 101
2008/10/27 - $10,725 -66% 180 $60   $143,547,050 102
2008/10/28 - $14,445 +35% 180 $80   $143,561,495 103
2008/10/29 - $15,295 +6% 180 $85   $143,576,790 104
2008/10/30 - $16,185 +6% 180 $90   $143,592,975 105
2008/10/31 - $24,030 +48% 178 $135   $143,617,005 106
2008/11/01 - $56,055 +133% 178 $315   $143,673,060 107
2008/11/02 - $31,150 -44% 178 $175   $143,704,210 108
2008/11/03 - $11,595 -63% 178 $65   $143,715,805 109
2008/11/04 - $15,100 +30% 178 $85   $143,730,905 110
2008/11/05 - $15,995 +6% 178 $90   $143,746,900 111
2008/11/06 - $16,055 n/c 178 $90   $143,762,955 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/18 2 $27,751,240   2,976 $9,325   $27,751,240 3
2008/07/25 3 $17,746,725 -36% 2,990 $5,935   $62,595,465 10
2008/08/01 4 $12,615,515 -29% 3,062 $4,120   $87,470,125 17
2008/08/08 6 $8,208,580 -35% 3,194 $2,570   $104,144,505 24
2008/08/15 7 $6,096,250 -26% 2,771 $2,200   $116,013,715 31
2008/08/22 8 $4,314,840 -29% 2,326 $1,855   $124,469,900 38
2008/08/29 8 $4,211,495 -2% 1,968 $2,140   $131,302,175 45
2008/09/05 9 $2,855,945 -32% 1,904 $1,500   $136,440,050 52
2008/09/12 12 $1,827,985 -36% 1,517 $1,205   $139,401,320 59
2008/09/19 12 $1,046,575 -43% 1,121 $934   $141,192,290 66
2008/09/26 18 $577,185 -45% 717 $805   $142,195,370 73
2008/10/03 28 $286,515 -50% 382 $750   $142,725,960 80
2008/10/10 32 $191,090 -33% 279 $685   $143,052,565 87
2008/10/17 30 $168,730 -12% 219 $770   $143,328,710 94
2008/10/24 38 $123,310 -27% 180 $685   $143,536,325 101
2008/10/31 37 $111,235 -10% 178 $625   $143,704,210 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/21/200813,332,519 3,332,519$68,381,624$68,381,6241
12/28/200821,277,056-62% 4,609,575$29,349,046$97,730,6692
1/4/20093404,323-68% 5,013,898$9,262,070$106,992,7393
1/11/20098159,717-60% 5,173,615$3,666,463$110,659,2024
1/18/200913114,781-28% 5,288,396$2,633,501$113,292,7035
1/25/20091388,578-23% 5,376,974$1,701,902$114,994,6056
2/1/20091591,409+3% 5,468,383$1,705,025$116,699,6307
2/8/20091976,353-16% 5,544,736$1,416,928$118,116,5588
2/15/20092176,077n/c5,620,813$1,453,094$119,569,6529
2/22/20092549,675-35% 5,670,488$917,164$120,486,81610
3/1/20097177,894+258% 5,848,382$3,056,397$123,543,21311
4/19/20092151,786 5,957,831$665,921$125,256,17518
5/10/20097121,196 6,095,844$1,650,908$127,124,28021
5/31/20091958,320 6,162,645$847,063$128,093,19724
7/19/20091354,137 6,236,204$683,361$129,052,11931
8/9/20092349,045 6,292,651$602,312$129,756,59734
11/28/201020307,159 6,722,032$2,896,509$134,529,329102

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