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La marche de l'empereur (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $77,437,223Details
International Box Office $55,839,136
Worldwide Box Office $133,276,359
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  6. Cast & Crew
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$3,400,000
Domestic Releases: June 24th, 2005 (Limited) by Warner Independent, released as March of the Penguins
July 22nd, 2005 (Expands Wide) by Warner Independent, released as March of the Penguins
Video Release: November 29th, 2005 by Warner Home Video, released as March of the Penguins
MPAA Rating: G
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Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Countries: France

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 214 $89,222 Nov 25, 2005 157
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 233 $106,032 Nov 18, 2005 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 170 $225,246 Nov 11, 2005 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 218 $222,425 Nov 4, 2005 136
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 281 $197,705 Oct 28, 2005 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 293 $239,181 Oct 21, 2005 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 319 $260,152 Oct 14, 2005 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 231 $473,074 Oct 7, 2005 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 121 $1,114,959 Sep 30, 2005 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 85 $1,747,832 Sep 23, 2005 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 62 $2,518,327 Sep 16, 2005 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 69 $2,639,936 Sep 9, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 48 $4,059,429 Sep 2, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 49 $4,743,822 Aug 26, 2005 66
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 1,361 $50,546,244 Aug 19, 2005 62
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 33 $6,487,696 Aug 19, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 45 $6,848,205 Aug 12, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 69 $7,117,206 Aug 5, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 419 $4,030,894 Jul 29, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 638 $4,382,340 Jul 22, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,500 $1,515,059 Jul 15, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,648 $1,019,357 Jul 8, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,717 $412,011 Jul 1, 2005 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,795 $137,492 Jun 24, 2005 3

Cast

Morgan Freeman    Narrator

DVD Releases for March 27, 2007

March 26th, 2007

Yikes! It's a busy week for DVD releases with closing in on 50 DVDs on this week's list. Not only are there are a lot of films worth checking out, there's a very close race for the DVD Pick of the Week. It came down to Children of Men - Buy from Amazon and The Shield - The Complete Fifth Season - Buy from Amazon. It's practically a coin flip here, but I'm giving the DVD Pick of the Week to Children of Men - Buy from Amazon, after all, I couldn't let the film get passed over for yet another award. That would be just too cruel. More...

International Details - Ice Age Freezes out Competition

April 9th, 2006

With Ice Age: The Meltdown dominating the international box office, the rest of the charts were weaker than usual with several films in the top 30 this week that would not have charted last week. Failure to Launch had its best weekend haul on the international scene taking in $4.17 million on 1300 screens in 14 markets for a running tally of $13.61 million. Much of that came from the film's opening in two major markets, the U.K. and Italy. In the former is finished second with $1.88 million on 352 screens while in the latter it managed just fourth with $686,000 on 220 screens. It's best market in total is Germany, despite the fact that it fell out of the top five there; so far the film has pulled in $4.10 million after three weeks there, including $841,000 on 354 screens this weekend. More...

Crash Collides with Mountain Atop Oscars

March 5th, 2006

The Oscars were handed out tonight and while there were a handful of multiple winners, no single movie stood out. More...

Mountain of Oscar Nominations

January 31st, 2006

Brokeback Mountain again led the list of nominees as with 8 Oscar nods. There were three films with six nominations a piece, Crash, Good Night and Good Luck, and Memoirs of a Geisha, (although for that last one, they were all the less prestigious technical awards. More...

Cowboys and Virgins among WGA Nominations

January 6th, 2006

The Writers Guild of America announced its nominations this week, and while there are plenty of awards, only three are for theatrical releases. More...

3.7 Million are Virgins No More

December 23rd, 2005

The 40-Year Old Virgin not only did it lead the way on the rental chart bringing in $10.18 million in combined rentals, ($9.82 million from DVDs and $370,000 from VHS), but it also led the way in sales with 3.7 million units sold. Sales totaled $65 million in its opening week. To put this in perspective, the home market release made more than $75 million during its opening week, which is more than the film earned during its first three weeks of theatrical release. More...

Not Quite Like Heaven

December 18th, 2005

Just Like Heaven dipped at the box office falling out of the top five with $4.53 million on 1609 screens in 30 markets over the weekend for an early total of $18.04 million internationally. Its best opening was in Belgium where it debuted in second place with $252,000 on 40 screens over the weekend and $290,000 in total. It also had debuts in Holland with $139,000 on 57 screens over the weekend and $167,000 overall, and in Greece with $116,000 on 24 and Norway with $113,000 on 26. Holdovers include Germany where the film dropped 24% to $890,000 on 273 screens for a total of $2.41 million so far, while in Spain the film fell 39% to 718,000 on 200 screens for a two-week total of $3.09 million. More...

Four has Fantastic Start

December 17th, 2005

Fantastic Four was the movie that stopped the massive box office slump this summer, and it is continuing that strong performance on the home market. It topped the home market with a combined total of $11.26 million, $10.47 million from DVDs and $800,000 from VHS. More...

International Details: Flightplan has Bumpy Landing

December 11th, 2005

Flightplan fell out of the top five with $5.13 million on 2,430 screens in 38 markets for a total of $94.65 million on the international scene. It did fall from second to sixth on this week's charts, but it should still reach $100 million by this time next week. Its best market of the weekend was the U.K. where it remained in second place with $2.14 million on 416 screens for a two-week total of $6.59 million. More...

Smiths Fight Their Way to the Top

December 10th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith won the race to the top of the weekly rental charts and nearly had the same total as last week's winner. Over the week the film pulled in $15.44 million in combined rentals, just $100,000 behind War of the Worlds opening. More...

Her Shoes Fall out of Fashion

December 4th, 2005

Here's this week's round-up of international box office numbers.

In Her Shoes fell out of the top five this week with $3.95 million on 2,050 screens in 23 markets for a $30.60 million international box office. The film held up amazingly well in Spain, dropping just 8% to $810,000 on 290 screens, but it wasn't as fortunate in France where it lost more than half its opening, earning $400,000 on 293 screens, falling out of the top ten in the process. It suffered a similar fate during its third weekend in the U.K. where it was down 55% to $736,000 on 268 screens, but the film already has $7.06 million there, which is better than its domestic run if you take into account the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

DVD Releases for November 29, 2005

November 28th, 2005

This week the we have dueling documentaries looking to score the coveted DVD Pick of the Week title: March of the Penguins - Buy from Amazon and Murderball - Buy from Amazon. While the former was the bigger hit at the box office, it is the latter than is the DVD Pick of the Week. On a side note, it feels like a really slow week. Perhaps studios were unwilling to release a movie the Tuesday after the busiest shopping weekend of the year. Paradoxically, there are a lot of box sets coming out tomorrow, most of which are re-releases of previous DVDs and are not worth the upgrade, but were designed to be the perfect gift. More...

Zorro Leaves its Mark

November 27th, 2005

The Legend of Zorro fell from second to sixth this week and because of that its quest from $100 million internationally took a serious hit. Over the weekend the film pulled in $4.20 million on 4062 screens in 62 markets for a running tally of $80.73 million. In France the film fell 57% to $1.01 million over the weekend and $14.80 million during its four-week run while it had a similar drop-off in Spain where it was down 56% to $475,000 over the weekend and $9.10 million in total. The box office was less kind in Russia, (down 68% to $136,000); Germany, (down 70% to $232,000) and the U.K., (down 83% to $120,000). More...

Corpse Bridesmaid

November 20th, 2005

The Corpse Bride missed the top five by the narrowest of narrow margins losing out to Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit $5.50 million to $5.45 million. The film earned its $5.45 million on 2586 screens in 28 markets pushing its total to $53.4 million total at the international box office. In South Korea the film fell 43% to $753,000 on 114 screens, which is better than average for the market. And the film is also doing well in Italy adding $764,000 on 268 screens to its $2.67 million running tally there, $700,000 in France for a $8 million box office, and $462,000 in Japan for a $7.0 million box office. More...

Chicken's Little Start on the International Scene is Lucrative

November 13th, 2005

Chicken Little started its international run with day-and-date debuts in 9 markets earning $5.54 million on 900 screens, just missing the top five in the process. Its best market was kid-friendly Mexico with $3.1 million on 600 screens, which is about on par with its opening domestically. On the other hand, the film broke records in Malaysia with $477,000 on 40 screens. Other results include a first place debuts in Russia with $1.1 million on 197 screens and in Taiwan with $463,000 on 18 screens, (including previews). More...

Zorro Steals the Show

November 6th, 2005

With The Legend of Zorro earning a nearly worldwide release this past weekend, and the imminent release of another juggernaut, there was little room for other releases this weekend on the international scene. More...

Surprise Twist on the International Charts

October 30th, 2005

Oliver Twist opened in two major markets over the weekend, placing second in both France with $2.4 million on 547 screens and Italy with $1.3 million on 301 screens. Other markets include $360,000 in the U.K. for a $3.6 million total there and $140,000 in Poland for $1.1 million. Add it up and you have $4.2 million for the weekend and $9.6 million in total. More...

Brothers are not so Grimm

October 23rd, 2005

The Brothers Grimm dropped just 35% during its second weekend in France adding $2.1 million to its $5.7 million total there. In Germany, the film performed a nearly the same level falling 36% to $950,000 over the weekend and $2.9 million during its run. Overall the film made $4 million for a $27.8 million runny tally and that places it fourth on this week's charts. While the film struggled domestically, it is doing quite a bit better on the international scene, and could show a profit sometime during its home market run. More...

Internationl Round-up: Company Nine Reaches $14 Million

October 16th, 2005

Company 9 remained in first place in Russia, its home market, down just 13% to $4.3 million for a running total of $14.3 million, which is well ahead of Revenge of the Sith's final box office in the market (which was just shy of $10 million). More...

Limited Releases have a lot of Good Luck

October 11th, 2005

Despite playing in nearly three times as many theatres as its nearest competitor, Good Luck and Good Luck was still able to top the Per Theatre Charts with an incredible $420,000 in just 11 theatres for an average of $38,313. In second place was The Squid and the Whale with $125,000 on 4 screens for an average of $30,927 over three days and $155,000 over 5. The first of two holdovers, Capote, finished third with an average of $16,489 in 24 theatres, while the last film in the $10,000 club was Little Manhattan, which dropped less than 16% to $15,354. More...

The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming!

October 9th, 2005

Company 9 opened in its native market of Russia with a stunning $5.0 million over the weekend and $6.25 million including the midweek numbers, which is better than Revenge of the Sith's opening in that market. This also means there were two films that did so well in their local markets that they managed to place in the top five overall. More...

Corpse Leads Lively Per Theatre Charts

September 20th, 2005

It's safe to say that Award Season is unofficially underway, as there were four films in the $10,000 club with another just behind. Leading the way was the prestige opening of The Corpse Bride, which pulled in almost $400,000 in just 5 theatres for an average of $77,016. Next up was the Oscar hopeful Proof, which made close to $200,000 in 8 theatres for a $24,230 per theatre average. And lastly we have two films with nearly identical per theatre averages, Separate Lies and Everything is Illuminated with averages of $11,171 and $11,134 respectively. More...

Giving the Devil His Due

September 13th, 2005

There was just the single film in the $10,000 club this weekend and it was the overall box office leader, The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The film, which was a surprise hit over the weekend, earned just over $30 million in 2,981 theaters for a $10,082 per theatre average. More...

Per Theater Chart Takes a Vacation

September 7th, 2005

Despite the long weekend, not a single film was able to enter the $10,000 club, not even if you include Monday. The film with the highest Per Theater Average was William Eggleston in the Real World, which wasn't even close at $6,820. With award season just getting started, more and more high quality limited releases should come one and there probably won't be many weeks without at least one film hitting $10,000 on its per theater average from now until the end of the year. More...

People Talking about Untold Story

August 30th, 2005

Word of mouth is obviously helped The Untold Story of Emmett Till since it saw its weekend Per Theatre average climb to $12,290, up from $8,695 last weekend. It was also the only film to reach the $10,000 mark during a weekend that saw three films open with per theatre averages below $1,000. More...

Empty Clubhouse

August 23rd, 2005

No film was able to make it into the $10,000 club over the weekend, The Untold Story of Emmett Till came the closest with $13,165 since Wednesday, but only $8,695 of that was earned over the weekend. That was still enough to lead the Per Theatre Charts ahead of the re-release of Elevator to the Gallows and the overall box office leader, The 40-Year Old Virgin, which earned averages of $7,596 and $7,530 respectively. More...

Smiths Still Strong on International Scene

August 21st, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in first place in both the Czech Republic with $180,000 on 20 screens and in Slovakia with $50,000 on 8 screens. The film also remained in first place in France with $2.675 million, Belgium with $635,000, The Netherlands with $490,000 and Poland with $266,000. Strangest of all, the film stayed in second place for the fourth weekend in a row in Germany adding $2.12 million to its $20.6 million running tally in the market. Overall the film has made $143 million in markets where Fox is handling the distribution and may have hit $200 million overall, but there's no conformation on that yet. More...

Holdovers Hold On

August 16th, 2005

There were three films in the $10,000 club this weekend, all of them holdovers. Last week's winner, Broken Flowers, again finished first despite a sizeable increase in its theatre count. It more than quadrupled its theatre count but lost less than half its per theatre average to land at $14,553. More...

Box Office gets some Brotherly Love

August 15th, 2005

Practically every new film beat expectations this weekend, albeit by a narrow margin in some cases. And even with the holdovers slipping slightly faster there was a week-to-week increase of 5.1% at the box office. On the other hand, the weekend of $120 million was 12.7% lower than last year. The year-to-date comparison has 2005 at $5.551 billion, 8% lower than 2004, while the summer box office has a running tally of $3.05 billion down by 9.7% from last year. More...

Smiths' Summer Tour Continues

August 14th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in Belgium with $1.7 million on 80 screens, easily enough for first place and had a similar result with $480,000 in Poland. It also remained in first place in France with $2.88 million, (despite falling 54% there) and in the Netherlands with $740,000. In Germany the film remained in second place for the third straight week with $3.06 million for a $17.06 million running tally. The film now have $140 million in territories where Fox is handling the distribution and $192 million overall. More...

Revenge of the Man-Whores

August 12th, 2005

Three films open wide this weekend, with another opening in roughly 800 theatres. Of the wide releases, there's a strange pattern with the wider the release the weaker the reviews leading to a battle of quality vs. quantity. Normally quality means little to the overall box office, but hopefully this weekend will be different. More...

Flowers won't go Broke

August 9th, 2005

There was a very tight race atop the Per Theatre Charts this weekend with Broken Flowers finishing just ahead of 2046. The former film earned $780,000 in 27 theatres for a $28,904 per theatre average while the latter made $113,000 in four theatres for a average of $28,269. Last week's winner, The Aristocrats took a tumble losing 56% of its per theatre average falling to third place with $26,609. Rounding out the $10,000 club was Junebug, which just snagged a spot with a $10,677 per theatre average. More...

Duking it Out

August 8th, 2005

The weekend unfolded almost exactly as predicted, and even though the number one film was the biggest opening at the box office since Charlie and the Chocolate Factory debuted, there was still a 6.5% drop-off from last weekend. On the other hand, compared to last year the box office was up by 1.6%. Year-to-date 2005 is still well back of 2004 by 7.5% at $5.369 billion and the summer session is faring even worse down 9.5% to $2.868 billion. However, there is hope the overall box office will start to recover from this point on. More...

Island Vacation

August 7th, 2005

The Island managed a couple of first place finished over the weekend, but the results were still less than impressive. In Australia the film opened with $1.404 million for a close victory while in Hong Kong it earned a disappointing $490,000 over the weekend and $520,000 including previews. It's best market continued to be South Korea with $3.167 million, down 38% from last weekend dropping to second place along the way. On the other hand, no wide openings and a mere 23% drop-off allowed the film to rise to first in New Zealand. Overall the film added $7.64 million to its $24.1 million running tally on the international scene and will opens in several markets this weekend including the U.K., Germany and Spain. More...

Dukes to Dominate

August 5th, 2005

Due to a pretty last minutes scheduling change, The Dukes of Hazzard is the only new film to open wide this weekend. And while this should help its opening box office, it's too soon to tell how it will affect the overall box office. On a positive note, this time last year was really soft so the box office should recover on a year-to-year comparison. More...

The Aristocrats' Box Office is no Joke

August 2nd, 2005

The unrated film, The Aristocrats, easily took top spot on the Per Theatre Charts with an incredible average of $60,949 in four theatres. The film expands the Friday after next, and until then it's hard to tell how much of that figure is based on quality of the movie and how much is based on the controversy surrounding it. The only other film in the $10,000 club was Balzac & the Little Chinese Seamstress, which opened with $16,694 in its lone theatre. More...

Third Time's a Charm

August 1st, 2005

It was the second weekend of massive declines at the box office with the overall total falling by 12.4% from last weekend and an astounding 21.4% from last year. (Those figures are based on studio estimates and could change, slightly.) Year-to-date 2005 has now brought in $5.183 billion, off of last year's pace by 8%, while summer is even softer at $2.683 billion down by 10%. More...

Late Numbers Lift Charlie into Top Five

July 31st, 2005

Early numbers had Mr. and Mrs. Smith taking fifth place on the overall international box office charts, but better than expected results has Charlie and the Chocolate Factory overtaking them $6.7 million to $5.4 million. It's biggest single market continues to be France where the film dipped just 6% during its second weekend there earning $3,533,857 for a $9,034,141 running tally. But it was even more impressive in Belgium where the film shot up by 68% to $400,000 for the weekend and $785,000 in total. The film also opened in first place in three markets, Brazil with $1.1 million on 200 screens, Holland with $625,000 on 124 screens, and South Africa with $275,000 on 41 screens. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has $13.3 million so far and opens in a couple of important markets this weekend, (The U.K. and Mexico.) More...

The Slump 2: Electric Boogaloo

July 29th, 2005

For almost a week it looked like the 2005 box office was recovering. Then last weekend we saw a massive drop-off at the box office and it doesn't look like this weekend will do much better. This time last year we had a $50 million opener and two more films that cracked $20 million. This year, on the other hand, there is a distinct possibility that no film will earn $20 million at the box office over the weekend. On the other hand, every film in the top five could finish with between $15 million and $20 million, so at least there should be some interesting races at the box office. More...

Nine Songs was a Solo Act on the Per Theater Charts

July 26th, 2005

There was only one film in the $10,000 club this weekend and 9 Songs led the way with $13,457. All signs indicate that this was a result of controversy over quality, but it's too soon to see how that will affect the film's long-term chances. More...

Box Office Crashes on a Deserted Island

July 25th, 2005

I guess analysts got caught up in the recent bit of good news at the box office because nobody was able to predict this weekend's disaster. Only one film in the top five was able to beat expectations by any real margin and every new film came up short. Speaking of coming up short, the overall box office fell by 16% from last weekend and 8.8% from last year. However, strong weekday numbers helped on the year-to-date comparison with 2005 at $4.983 billion, down 7.7% from 2004 while the summer season is 9.6% below last year's pace. More...

Second Helping of Chocolate

July 22nd, 2005

It looks like there will be a hard fought contest at the box office this weekend, but Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has a good shot at remaining number one. That's not to say there's no competition. In fact, there are two films opening at saturation levels, two more opening semi-wide and a limited release expanding enough that it should reach the top ten. More...

Charlie Crashes the Per Theater Charts

July 19th, 2005

Wide releases finished first and second on the Per Theater Charts this weekend, with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory leading with $14,901 average in 3,770 theaters. The Wedding Crashers didn't open in nearly as many theaters but its $11,590 average was impressive nonetheless. While March of the Penguins did yield the crown on the Per Theater Charts to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, it is still the big story on this week's chart. The Documentary more than doubled its theater count, again, but its average dropped just 28% to $11,478. More...

Winning by a Beak

July 12th, 2005

For the third weekend in a row March of the Penguins was the top draw on the Per Theater Charts with over $1 million on just 64 screens for an average of $15,927. Its per theater average fell a mere 23% on the post-holiday weekend despite more than tripling its theater count, which bodes very well for the film's long term success. Coming in a very close second was the overall box office champ, Fantastic Four with $15,564. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/24 28 $137,492   4 $34,373   $137,492 3
2005/07/01 18 $412,011 +200% 20 $20,601   $632,100 10
2005/07/08 13 $1,019,357 +147% 64 $15,927   $1,940,706 17
2005/07/15 13 $1,515,059 +49% 132 $11,478   $4,011,328 24
2005/07/22 10 $4,382,340 +189% 695 $6,306   $9,306,689 31
2005/07/29 10 $4,030,894 -8% 778 $5,181   $16,330,241 38
2005/08/05 6 $7,117,206 +77% 1,867 $3,812   $26,414,009 45
2005/08/12 7 $6,848,205 -4% 2,063 $3,320   $37,723,310 52
2005/08/19 6 $6,487,696 -5% 2,102 $3,086   $48,444,218 59
2005/08/26 7 $4,743,822 -27% 2,394 $1,982   $55,895,099 66
2005/09/02 8 $4,059,429 -14% 2,506 $1,620   $62,064,296 73
2005/09/09 10 $2,639,936 -35% 2,403 $1,099   $66,979,768 80
2005/09/16 10 $2,518,327 -5% 1,876 $1,342   $70,393,482 87
2005/09/23 11 $1,747,832 -31% 1,405 $1,244   $72,846,145 94
2005/09/30 16 $1,114,959 -36% 1,078 $1,034   $74,515,363 101
2005/10/07 19 $473,074 -58% 469 $1,009   $75,392,512 108
2005/10/14 26 $260,152 -45% 303 $859   $75,865,442 115
2005/10/21 33 $239,181 -8% 288 $830   $76,204,299 122
2005/10/28 35 $197,705 -17% 313 $632   $76,487,204 129
2005/11/04 28 $222,425 +13% 310 $718   $76,805,884 136
2005/11/11 28 $225,246 +1% 257 $876   $77,117,454 143
2005/11/18 35 $106,032 -53% 221 $480   $77,273,739 150
2005/11/25 38 $89,222 -16% 136 $656   $77,413,017 157

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/07/04 17 $113,380   20 $5,669   $745,480 11
2005/07/22 11 $1,080,283   695 $1,554   $6,004,632 29
2005/07/23 10 $1,726,515 +60% 695 $2,484   $7,731,147 30
2005/07/24 9 $1,575,542 -9% 695 $2,267   $9,306,689 31
2005/07/25 9 $718,439 -54% 695 $1,034   $10,025,128 32
2005/07/26 7 $780,803 +9% 695 $1,123   $10,805,931 33
2005/07/27 7 $782,876 n/c 695 $1,126   $11,588,807 34
2005/07/28 7 $710,540 -9% 695 $1,022   $12,299,347 35
2005/07/31 10 $1,369,048   778 $1,760   $16,330,241 38
2005/08/01 10 $629,564 -54% 778 $809   $16,959,805 39
2005/08/02 9 $685,827 +9% 778 $882   $17,645,632 40
2005/08/03 9 $776,741 +13% 778 $998   $18,422,373 41
2005/08/04 6 $874,430 +13% 778 $1,124   $19,296,803 42
2005/08/05 6 $1,981,948 +127% 1,867 $1,062   $21,278,751 43
2005/08/06 6 $2,780,383 +40% 1,867 $1,489   $24,059,134 44
2005/08/07 5 $2,354,875 -15% 1,867 $1,261   $26,414,009 45
2005/08/08 5 $1,087,439 -54% 1,867 $582   $27,501,448 46
2005/08/09 5 $1,183,389 +9% 1,867 $634   $28,684,837 47
2005/08/10 5 $1,088,496 -8% 1,867 $583   $29,773,333 48
2005/08/11 5 $1,101,772 +1% 1,867 $590   $30,875,105 49
2005/08/12 8 $1,804,622 +64% 1,867 $967   $32,679,727 50
2005/08/13 7 $2,786,927 +54% 1,867 $1,493   $35,466,654 51
2005/08/14 7 $2,256,656 -19% 1,867 $1,209   $37,723,310 52
2005/08/15 7 $1,014,067 -55% 1,867 $543   $38,737,377 53
2005/08/16 6 $1,121,567 +11% 1,867 $601   $39,858,944 54
2005/08/17 6 $1,003,767 -11% 1,867 $538   $40,862,711 55
2005/08/18 5 $1,093,811 +9% 2,063 $530   $41,956,522 56
2005/08/19 8 $1,783,082 +63% 2,102 $848   $43,739,604 57
2005/08/20 6 $2,685,854 +51% 2,102 $1,278   $46,425,458 58
2005/08/21 6 $2,018,760 -25% 2,102 $960   $48,444,218 59
2005/08/22 6 $701,675 -65% 2,102 $334   $49,145,893 60
2005/08/23 6 $731,472 +4% 2,102 $348   $49,877,365 61
2005/08/24 6 $668,879 -9% 2,102 $318   $50,546,244 62
2005/08/25 6 $605,033 -10% 2,102 $288   $51,151,277 63
2005/08/26 8 $1,248,709 +106% 2,102 $594   $52,399,986 64
2005/08/27 7 $1,985,891 +59% 2,102 $945   $54,385,877 65
2005/08/28 7 $1,509,222 -24% 2,102 $718   $55,895,099 66
2005/08/29 7 $524,436 -65% 2,102 $249   $56,419,535 67
2005/08/30 6 $640,000 +22% 2,394 $267   $57,060,000 68
2005/08/31 7 $541,958 -15% 2,394 $226   $57,586,618 69
2005/09/01 7 $418,249 -23% 2,394 $175   $58,004,867 70
2005/09/02 8 $890,772 +113% 2,506 $355   $58,895,639 71
2005/09/03 8 $1,549,182 +74% 2,506 $618   $60,444,821 72
2005/09/04 8 $1,619,475 +5% 2,506 $646   $62,064,296 73
2005/09/05 6 $1,502,443 -7% 2,506 $600   $63,566,739 74
2005/09/06 8 $265,180 -82% 2,506 $106   $63,831,919 75
2005/09/07 8 $256,820 -3% 2,506 $102   $64,088,739 76
2005/09/08 8 $251,093 -2% 2,506 $100   $64,339,832 77
2005/09/09 10 $647,645 +158% 2,403 $270   $64,987,477 78
2005/09/10 10 $1,207,606 +86% 2,403 $503   $66,195,083 79
2005/09/11 8 $784,685 -35% 2,403 $327   $66,979,768 80
2005/09/12 10 $198,403 -75% 2,403 $83   $67,178,171 81
2005/09/13 10 $214,526 +8% 2,403 $89   $67,392,697 82
2005/09/14 9 $233,795 +9% 2,403 $97   $67,626,492 83
2005/09/15 9 $248,663 +6% 2,403 $103   $67,875,155 84
2005/09/16 11 $614,579 +147% 2,403 $256   $68,489,734 85
2005/09/17 10 $1,178,515 +92% 1,876 $628   $69,668,249 86
2005/09/18 8 $725,233 -38% 1,876 $387   $70,393,482 87
2005/09/19 9 $165,000 -77% 1,876 $88   $70,558,000 88
2005/09/20 9 $191,826 +16% 1,876 $102   $70,748,970 89
2005/09/21 8 $187,674 -2% 1,876 $100   $70,936,644 90
2005/09/22 10 $161,669 -14% 1,876 $86   $71,098,313 91
2005/09/23 12 $409,449 +153% 1,405 $291   $71,507,762 92
2005/09/24 11 $773,848 +89% 1,405 $551   $72,281,610 93
2005/09/25 10 $564,535 -27% 1,405 $402   $72,846,145 94
2005/10/10 20 $85,125   469 $182   $75,477,637 109

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/24 29 $220,089   4 $55,022   $220,089 7
2005/07/01 18 $701,260 +219% 20 $35,063   $921,349 14
2005/07/08 13 $1,574,920 +125% 64 $24,608   $2,496,269 21
2005/07/15 12 $2,428,080 +54% 132 $18,395   $4,924,349 28
2005/07/22 9 $7,374,998 +204% 695 $10,612   $12,299,347 35
2005/07/29 10 $6,997,456 -5% 778 $8,994   $19,296,803 42
2005/08/05 5 $11,578,302 +65% 1,867 $6,202   $30,875,105 49
2005/08/12 7 $11,081,417 -4% 2,063 $5,372   $41,956,522 56
2005/08/19 6 $9,194,755 -17% 2,102 $4,374   $51,151,277 63
2005/08/26 7 $6,853,590 -25% 2,394 $2,863   $58,004,867 70
2005/09/02 8 $6,334,965 -8% 2,506 $2,528   $64,339,832 77
2005/09/09 10 $3,535,323 -44% 2,403 $1,471   $67,875,155 84
2005/09/16 9 $3,223,158 -9% 1,876 $1,718   $71,098,313 91
2005/09/23 12 $2,302,091 -29% 1,405 $1,638   $73,400,404 98
2005/09/30 14 $1,519,034 -34% 1,078 $1,409   $74,919,438 105
2005/10/07 21 $685,852 -55% 469 $1,462   $75,605,290 112
2005/10/14 26 $359,828 -48% 303 $1,188   $75,965,118 119
2005/10/21 34 $324,381 -10% 288 $1,126   $76,289,499 126
2005/10/28 34 $293,960 -9% 313 $939   $76,583,459 133
2005/11/04 28 $308,749 +5% 310 $996   $76,892,208 140
2005/11/11 28 $275,499 -11% 257 $1,072   $77,167,707 147
2005/11/18 35 $156,088 -43% 221 $706   $77,323,795 154
2005/11/25 41 $113,428 -27% 136 $834   $77,437,223 161

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/26/200620429,014 1,042,048$0$10,627,16952

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