Megamind

Megamind poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $148,415,853Details
International Box Office $173,471,355
Worldwide Box Office $321,887,208
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $49,774,870 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $17,046,755 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $66,821,625
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
72% - Fresh
Audience
71% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$130,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 5th, 2010 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures, released as MegaMind
November 5th, 2010 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: February 25th, 2011 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for action and some language.
(Rating bulletin 2139, 9/22/2010)
Running Time: 95 minutes
Keywords: 3-D, Surprise Twist, Talking Animals, Friendly Alien on Earth, Spoof, Villain's Point of View, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: PDI, DreamWorks Animation

Cast

   Megamind
   Roxanne Ritchi
   Hal/Tighten
   Minion
   Metro Man

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Lara Breay
Producer    Denise Nolan Cascino
Executive Producer    Stuart Cornfeld
Executive Producer    Ben Stiller
Director   
Screenwriter    Alan Schoolcraft
Screenwriter    Brent Simons
Editor    Michael Andrews
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Composer    Lorne Balfe
Production Designer    David James
Art Director    Timothy J. Lamb
Sound Mixer    Andy Nelson
Sound Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Supervising Sound Editor    Ethan Van der Ryn
Supervising Sound Editor    Erik Aadahl
Visual Effects Supervisor    Philippe Denis
Head of Animation    Jason Schleifer
Head of Story    Catherine Yuh Rader
Head of Layout    Nol Le Meyer
Associate Producer    Holly Edwards
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman

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DVD Sales: Tangled Straightens Out the Competition

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DVD Sales: The Fighter Knocks Out the Competition

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DVD Sales: Jackass Makes a Fool of the Competition

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DVD Sales: Bambi Battles to the Top, of Blu-ray

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DVD Sales: Mega Close Race

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 1st, 2011

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 22nd, 2011

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International Box Office: Little Leads the Way, Maybe

With Christmas just behind us and New Year's Day just ahead, a lot of studios are on vacation, so there are not a lot of details when it comes to box office numbers and we are stuck with studio estimates for the most part. According to these estimates, Little Fockers took top spot with $27 million on 3933 screens in 37 markets during its opening. However, it was such a tight race that once final figures are in, it might slip to second, or even third. Its biggest market was the U.K., where it opened in first place with $7.3 million on 487 screens. By comparison, Meet the Parents made twice that during its debut in 2005. Ouch. More...

International Box Office: Bullet Gunning for Number One

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International Box Office: Voyage Sails to the Top

Like the previous films in the franchise, The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader will clearly be a bigger hit internationally than it will domestically. This weekend it climbed into top spot with $66.18 million on 10,0159 screens in 58 markets for a total of $80.22 million. It opened in first place in Russia with $7.85 million on 1284 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.87 million. Its debut in France was a little stronger than its opening here at $5.15 million on 739 screens, likewise in South Korea with $3.89 million on 562 screens over the weekend and $5.28 million in total. In Mexico it made $3.36 million on 522 screens over the weekend and $7.01 million including previews. On the other hand, it only made $3.87 million on 536 screens in the U.K. By comparison, the first film made more than $15 million in its opening and the second more than $8 million. Its going to need strong holds going forward if it is to have any shot at breaking even. The fact that it fell just 23% during its second weekend in Spain is a hopeful sign. However, it still only managed $2.21 million on 598 screens, while this strong hold was in part due to the total lack of wide releases in that market this past weekend. More...

International Box Office: Harry Tumbles But Still Wins Race

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New Releases Won't Get in the Way

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Tangled Nearly Ties Potter

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Harry Potter is Very Lively

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Harry Potter and the Record Book

The Harry Potter franchise is almost done and records will be broken over the weekend. In fact, at least one record was broken last night, as The Deathly Hallows: Part I had the largest midnight showing ever and it also has the widest IMAX release this weekend. On the down side, this time last year was also a record-breaking weekend, with New Moon earning top spot for biggest November weekend, so it might be impossible for 2010 to keep pace with 2009 over the next three days. More...

MegaMind was the Truly Unstoppable Film

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Not Quite Mega on IMAX

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November's Mega Start Just Misses Record

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Weekend Estimates: MegaMind First as Three Movies Top $20 Million

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/11/05 1 $12,530,397   3,944 $3,177   $12,530,397 1
2010/11/06 1 $20,547,472 +64% 3,944 $5,210   $33,077,869 2
2010/11/07 1 $12,938,964 -37% 3,944 $3,281   $46,016,833 3
2010/11/08 2 $1,861,417 -86% 3,944 $472   $47,878,250 4
2010/11/09 2 $1,870,772 +1% 3,944 $474   $49,749,022 5
2010/11/10 2 $2,315,361 +24% 3,944 $587   $52,064,383 6
2010/11/11 1 $7,637,791 +230% 3,944 $1,937   $59,702,174 7
2010/11/12 2 $7,808,496 +2% 3,949 $1,977   $67,510,670 8
2010/11/13 1 $13,196,912 +69% 3,949 $3,342   $80,707,582 9
2010/11/14 1 $8,115,053 -39% 3,949 $2,055   $88,822,635 10
2010/11/15 3 $1,106,528 -86% 3,949 $280   $89,929,163 11
2010/11/16 2 $1,350,052 +22% 3,949 $342   $91,279,215 12
2010/11/17 3 $1,048,349 -22% 3,949 $265   $92,327,564 13
2010/11/18 3 $973,034 -7% 3,949 $246   $93,300,598 14
2010/11/19 3 $3,717,933 +282% 3,779 $984   $97,018,531 15
2010/11/20 2 $7,657,530 +106% 3,779 $2,026   $104,676,061 16
2010/11/21 2 $4,637,368 -39% 3,779 $1,227   $109,313,429 17
2010/11/22 2 $1,514,190 -67% 3,779 $401   $110,827,619 18
2010/11/23 2 $2,087,008 +38% 3,779 $552   $112,914,627 19
2010/11/24 4 $2,693,411 +29% 3,411 $790   $115,608,038 20
2010/11/25 5 $2,035,118 -24% 3,411 $597   $117,643,156 21
2010/11/26 3 $5,254,305 +158% 3,411 $1,540   $122,897,461 22
2010/11/27 3 $4,855,800 -8% 3,411 $1,424   $127,753,261 23
2010/11/28 4 $2,465,673 -49% 3,411 $723   $130,218,934 24
2010/11/29 8 $412,876 -83% 3,411 $121   $130,631,810 25
2010/11/30 9 $382,415 -7% 3,411 $112   $131,014,225 26
2010/12/01 8 $326,776 -15% 3,411 $96   $131,341,001 27
2010/12/02 8 $333,309 +2% 3,411 $98   $131,674,310 28
2010/12/03 8 $1,176,585 +253% 3,173 $371   $132,850,895 29
2010/12/04 6 $2,336,610 +99% 3,173 $736   $135,187,505 30
2010/12/05 4 $1,423,656 -39% 3,173 $449   $136,611,161 31
2010/12/06 9 $245,363 -83% 3,173 $77   $136,856,524 32
2010/12/07 9 $286,109 +17% 3,173 $90   $137,142,633 33
2010/12/08 8 $279,338 -2% 3,173 $88   $137,421,971 34
2010/12/09 8 $270,167 -3% 3,173 $85   $137,692,138 35
2010/12/10 10 $556,627 +106% 2,425 $230   $138,248,765 36
2010/12/11 9 $1,209,817 +117% 2,425 $499   $139,458,582 37
2010/12/12 8 $760,380 -37% 2,425 $314   $140,218,962 38
2010/12/13 10 $178,095 -77% 2,425 $73   $140,397,057 39
2010/12/14 11 $194,379 +9% 2,425 $80   $140,591,436 40
2010/12/15 11 $170,971 -12% 2,425 $71   $140,762,407 41
2010/12/16 10 $188,555 +10% 2,425 $78   $140,950,962 42
2010/12/17 15 $150,348 -20% 1,025 $147   $141,101,310 43
2010/12/18 15 $304,448 +102% 1,025 $297   $141,405,758 44
2010/12/19 15 $235,777 -23% 1,025 $230   $141,641,535 45
2010/12/20 14 $171,738 -27% 1,025 $168   $141,813,273 46
2010/12/21 14 $212,274 +24% 1,025 $207   $142,025,547 47
2010/12/22 - $139,439 -34% 1,025 $136   $142,164,986 48
2010/12/23 13 $164,513 +18% 1,025 $161   $142,329,499 49
2010/12/24 - $109,805 -33% 764 $144   $142,439,304 50
2010/12/25 - $109,180 -1% 764 $143   $142,548,484 51
2010/12/26 - $137,874 +26% 764 $180   $142,686,358 52
2010/12/27 - $181,565 +32% 764 $238   $142,867,923 53
2010/12/28 - $228,013 +26% 764 $298   $143,095,936 54
2010/12/29 - $234,144 +3% 764 $306   $143,330,080 55
2010/12/30 - $230,998 -1% 764 $302   $143,561,078 56
2010/12/31 14 $206,714 -11% 764 $271   $143,767,792 57
2011/01/01 14 $242,530 +17% 764 $317   $144,010,322 58
2011/01/02 14 $181,696 -25% 764 $238   $144,192,018 59
2011/01/03 - $87,047 -52% 764 $114   $144,279,065 60
2011/01/04 - $49,036 -44% 764 $64   $144,328,101 61
2011/01/05 - $37,161 -24% 764 $49   $144,365,262 62
2011/01/06 - $34,250 -8% 764 $45   $144,399,512 63
2011/01/07 - $56,369 +65% 375 $150   $144,455,881 64
2011/01/08 19 $133,225 +136% 375 $355   $144,589,106 65
2011/01/09 18 $85,278 -36% 375 $227   $144,674,384 66
2011/01/10 - $16,900 -80% 375 $45   $144,691,284 67
2011/01/11 - $21,754 +29% 375 $58   $144,713,038 68
2011/01/12 - $21,210 -3% 375 $57   $144,734,248 69
2011/01/13 - $20,837 -2% 375 $56   $144,755,085 70
2011/01/14 - $146,455 +603% 341 $429   $144,901,540 71
2011/01/15 - $294,541 +101% 341 $864   $145,196,081 72
2011/01/16 - $220,527 -25% 341 $647   $145,416,608 73
2011/01/17 18 $244,132 +11% 341 $716   $145,660,740 74
2011/01/18 19 $44,029 -82% 341 $129   $145,704,769 75
2011/01/19 20 $30,822 -30% 341 $90   $145,735,591 76
2011/01/20 19 $34,088 +11% 341 $100   $145,769,679 77
2011/01/21 - $133,875 +293% 320 $418   $145,903,554 78
2011/01/22 - $286,692 +114% 320 $896   $146,190,246 79
2011/01/23 - $150,477 -48% 320 $470   $146,340,723 80
2011/01/24 - $35,076 -77% 320 $110   $146,375,799 81
2011/01/25 - $30,501 -13% 320 $95   $146,406,300 82
2011/01/26 - $28,629 -6% 320 $89   $146,434,929 83
2011/01/27 - $33,380 +17% 320 $104   $146,468,309 84
2011/01/28 - $108,899 +226% 300 $363   $146,577,208 85
2011/01/29 - $236,562 +117% 300 $789   $146,813,770 86
2011/01/30 - $147,674 -38% 300 $492   $146,961,444 87
2011/01/31 - $28,136 -81% 300 $94   $146,989,580 88
2011/02/01 - $25,798 -8% 300 $86   $147,015,378 89
2011/02/02 - $30,290 +17% 300 $101   $147,045,668 90
2011/02/03 - $33,436 +10% 300 $111   $147,079,104 91
2011/02/04 - $95,567 +186% 290 $330   $147,174,671 92
2011/02/05 - $205,402 +115% 290 $708   $147,380,073 93
2011/02/06 - $79,468 -61% 290 $274   $147,459,541 94
2011/02/07 - $26,118 -67% 290 $90   $147,485,659 95
2011/02/08 - $23,253 -11% 290 $80   $147,508,912 96
2011/02/09 - $22,764 -2% 290 $78   $147,531,676 97
2011/02/10 - $23,216 +2% 290 $80   $147,554,892 98
2011/02/11 - $69,983 +201% 252 $278   $147,624,875 99
2011/02/12 - $160,255 +129% 252 $636   $147,785,130 100
2011/02/13 - $93,856 -41% 252 $372   $147,878,986 101
2011/02/14 - $36,431 -61% 252 $145   $147,915,417 102
2011/02/15 - $18,312 -50% 252 $73   $147,933,729 103
2011/02/16 - $18,046 -1% 252 $72   $147,951,775 104
2011/02/17 - $20,598 +14% 252 $82   $147,972,373 105
2011/02/18 - $58,181 +182% 214 $272   $148,030,554 106
2011/02/19 - $119,342 +105% 214 $558   $148,149,896 107
2011/02/20 - $94,509 -21% 214 $442   $148,244,405 108
2011/02/21 24 $93,132 -1% 214 $435   $148,337,537 109
2011/02/22 - $26,346 -72% 214 $123   $148,363,883 110
2011/02/23 - $24,225 -8% 214 $113   $148,388,108 111
2011/02/24 - $27,745 +15% 214 $130   $148,415,853 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/11/05 1 $46,016,833   3,944 $11,668   $46,016,833 3
2010/11/12 1 $29,120,461 -37% 3,949 $7,374   $88,822,635 10
2010/11/19 2 $16,012,831 -45% 3,779 $4,237   $109,313,429 17
2010/11/26 3 $12,575,778 -21% 3,411 $3,687   $130,218,934 24
2010/12/03 6 $4,936,851 -61% 3,173 $1,556   $136,611,161 31
2010/12/10 10 $2,526,824 -49% 2,425 $1,042   $140,218,962 38
2010/12/17 15 $690,573 -73% 1,025 $674   $141,641,535 45
2010/12/24 16 $356,859 -48% 764 $467   $142,686,358 52
2010/12/31 14 $630,940 +77% 764 $826   $144,192,018 59
2011/01/07 20 $274,872 -56% 375 $733   $144,674,384 66
2011/01/14 18 $661,523 +141% 341 $1,940   $145,416,608 73
2011/01/21 21 $571,044 -14% 320 $1,785   $146,340,723 80
2011/01/28 25 $493,135 -14% 300 $1,644   $146,961,444 87
2011/02/04 26 $380,437 -23% 290 $1,312   $147,459,541 94
2011/02/11 28 $324,094 -15% 252 $1,286   $147,878,986 101
2011/02/18 30 $272,032 -16% 214 $1,271   $148,244,405 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/27/20111861,465 861,465$12,051,895$12,051,8951
3/6/20111711,210-17% 1,572,675$9,949,828$22,001,7232
3/13/20112317,325-55% 1,890,000$4,483,802$26,485,5263
3/20/20115232,037-27% 2,122,037$3,478,235$29,963,7604
3/27/20117182,372-21% 2,304,409$2,733,756$32,697,5165
4/3/20113150,285-18% 2,454,694$1,608,050$34,305,5666
4/10/20116134,757-10% 2,589,451$1,346,222$35,651,7887
4/17/20117121,345-10% 2,710,796$1,212,237$36,864,0258
4/24/20114397,202+227% 3,107,998$2,947,239$39,811,2649
5/1/20111847,692-88% 3,155,690$466,428$40,277,69110
5/8/20112145,227-5% 3,200,917$468,099$40,745,79111
5/15/20112726,650-41% 3,227,567$292,884$41,038,67412
5/22/20113014,700-45% 3,242,267$250,782$41,289,45613

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/27/20111285,736 285,736$6,857,664$6,857,6641
3/6/20112154,915-46% 440,651$3,717,968$10,575,6322
3/13/2011543,896-72% 484,547$916,549$11,492,1813
3/20/2011530,027-32% 514,574$675,318$12,167,4994
3/27/2011713,686-54% 528,261$306,843$12,474,3425
4/3/2011725,198+84% 553,459$509,007$12,983,3496
4/10/20111023,774-6% 577,234$475,249$13,458,5987
4/17/20111915,535-35% 592,768$310,535$13,769,1338
4/24/2011751,710+233% 644,478$708,424$14,477,5579
5/1/2011817,503-66% 661,980$317,148$14,794,70510

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