Mr. And Mrs. Smith

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $186,336,279Details
International Box Office $299,787,811
Worldwide Box Office $486,124,090
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 RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
59% - Rotten
Audience
58% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 10th, 2005 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: November 29th, 2005 by Fox Home Entertainment, released as Mr. and Mrs. Smith
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of violence, intense action, sexual content and brief strong language.
Running Time: 120 minutes
Keywords: Hitmen
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Summit Entertainment, Weed Road Pictures

Cast

   John Smith
   Jane Smith
Vince Vaughn    Eddie
Adam Brody    Hector
Kerry Washington    Jasmine
Keith David    Father
Chris Weitz    Martin Coleman
Rachael Huntley    Suzy Coleman
Michelle Monaghan    Gwen
William Fichtner    Dr. Wexler, marriage counselor
Greg Ellis    Mickey - Dive Bar Patron #1
Jennifer Morrison    Jade - Associate #2

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Simon Kinberg
Producer    Arnon Milchan
Producer    Akiva Goldsman
Producer    Lucas Foster
Producer    Patrick Wachsberger
Producer    Eric McLeod
Executive Producer    Erik Feig
Co-Producer    Kim Winther
Cinematographer    Bojan Bazelli
Editor    Michael Tronick
Composer    John Powell
Music Supervisor    Julianne Jordan
Production Designer    Jeff Mann
Art Director    David Sandefur
Art Director    Keith Neely
Set Designer    Al Hobbs
Art Director    Greg Hooper
Set Designer    Jeff Markwith
Set Designer    Randall Wilkins
Set Decorator    Victor J. Zolfo
Costume Designer    Michael Kaplan
Sound Mixer    Steve Cantamessa
Sound Designer    Cameron Frankley
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kevin Elam
Associate Producer    Varina Beil
Assistant Director    Kim H. Winther
Second Unit Director    Simon Crane
Stunt Coordinator    Simon Crane
Second Unit Camera    Paul Hughen
Second Unit Camera    Jonathan Taylor
Casting Director    Joseph Middleton
Second Unit Director    Michelle Morris Gertz

Evolution of the Home Market

It was another incredibly busy week with three new films occupying the top three spots and four of them in the top five. Leading the way on the rental charts was Underworld: Evolution with $8.68 million in DVD rentals. More...

DVD Releases for June 6, 2006

It's like the week of the Western with that genre making appearances in nearly every category, Special Edition, Box Sets, TV on DVD. But while there are certainly some that were in the running for DVD Pick of the Week, (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - 2-Disc Collector's Edition, for instance), it was a limited release that is the DVD Pick of the Week. And that film is Sarah Silverman - Jesus is Magic - Buy from Amazon, but I fully admit my pro-Sarah Silverman bias has something to do with this decision. More...

Clown has Kingly Run in South Korea

The King and the Clown did something most films in South Korea can't, it showed strong legs. In fact, in grew by 22% to $5.76 million on 369 screens over the weekend and $16.82 million in total. More...

Heaven Just Misses International Top Five

With openings in the U.K. and Australia, Just Like Heaven shot back up the charts with $4.70 million on 3173 screens in 32 markets for an international total of $32.33 million so far. In the former market is finished third with $2.06 million on 298 screens while in the latter it struggled to a sixth place finish with $932,000 on 168 screens over the weekend and $1.87 million in total. More...

Virgin Enjoys a Threepeat

For the third week in a row, The 40-Year Old Virgin was the leader on both the rental and the sales charts. It ended the year on top with $8.51 million over the week, which was down just 1% from last week and enough to push its total to $27.48 after three weeks. More...

Virgin\'s Still Number One the Second Time Around

The 40-Year Old Virgin remained it top spot on both the rental and the sales charts showing its domestic run was no fluke. The film have the best week-to-week drop-off in the top ten as it slipped just 16% to $8.60 million over the week and $18.97 million during its two week run. More...

3.7 Million are Virgins No More

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...

International Details: Chicken Littler

Chicken Little fell out of the top five with $6.81 million on 3697 screens in 32 markets for a $66.03 million running tally. The film had no major openings while holdovers varied from strong in France, (down just 29% to $3.03 million on 910 screens for the weekend and $7.75 million in total) to very poor in Italy, (down 59% to $658,000 on 367 for a $6.39 million total). The film has yet to open in several major markets including the U.K., Japan, and Germany and when it does it should have no trouble topping its domestic total since it is already more than halfway there. More...

Four has Fantastic Start

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...

Narnia has Heavenly Start, but Potter Pulls off Another Victory

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire took a bit of a tumble at the international box office this weekend, but that is understandable since it only had one new opening and the competition was much steeper this weekend. Overall the film added $53.13 million on nearly 11,000 screens in 58 markets for a running tally of $415 million internationally and $659 million worldwide. Both of those figures represent the second best for the year, and the film is now in 17th place internationally and 23rd worldwide all-time. In the film's only opening, it did break industry records, earning $837,000 on 37 screens in Israel, including previews. Other big takes include $11 million on 950 screens during its second weekend in France for a $32.9 million total in the market. It dropped just 13% during its sophomore stint in South Korea, which is a nearly unheard of drop-off; the film made $4.5 million on 486 screens over the weekend and $12.9 million overall. The U.K. is still the film's best market with just shy of $70 million so far, including $3.5m on 1,050 screens this weekend. More...

Smiths Fight Their Way to the Top

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...

Another Week, Another Milestone for Potter

For the third week in a row, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire expanded on the international scene, and that allowed its overall box office to remain nearly flat with $92.6 million on more than 11,600 screens in 57 markets. Its total has now reached $330.6 million, putting it fourth for the year, just behind Madagascar, and just outside the top thirty all-time, while its worldwide total of $560 million is third for the year and 30th all-time. More...

DVD Releases for November 29, 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...

The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming!

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...

International Round-up: Red Eye Takes Off

Red Eye added another $3.7 million on 2,057 screens in 37 markets to its $22 million international total. The film opened in second place in both Spain with $850,000 on 215 screens and in the Netherlands with $250,000 on 59 ($300,000 including previews). More...

Mafia Sequel Squeezes into Top Five Again

Marrying the Mafia 2 again led its native market of South Korean with $4.81 million over the weekend and $12.78 million during its two-week run. And like last week, this was enough for the film to secure a place in the top five overall just beating out Pride and Prejudice. More...

Mafia Rubs Out Competition

Marrying the Mafia 2 is the latest local film to lead the South Korean box office as it opened with $5.555 million on 449 screens, $7.515 million including Thursday. Not only was that easily enough for first place in its home market, but also put the film in third place on the overall international box office charts. More...

U.K. is Virgin Territory

The 40-Year Old Virgin topped the U.K. marked with an impressive $3.26 million on 394 screens in the U.K., but this is probably not indicative of its potential in other international markets. The film should do well in the U.K., Australia, and New Zealand, but will likely struggle in non-English speaking markets. (Germany may be an exception.) More...

War Ends World Tour with a Blast

War of the Worlds opened in its last international market over the weekend making $3.0 million on 583 screens in China. That's about 10% more money that Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith earned, but War of the Worlds needed nearly double the number of screens. Overall the film added $4.5 million to its $345 million international total, easily the second best of the year so far. More...

Island Still Leading International Destination

The Island again topped the international charts with a rather tepid $12.4 million on nearly 5000 screens in 44 markets over the weekend. With this week's haul the Sci-Fi flick has reached $84.8 million internationally, which is nearly $50 million more than it earned domestically, allowing it to top $100 million worldwide. This weekend the film opened in a couple of French speaking markets in Europe earning the number one spot in France with $3.4 million on 640 screens and $694,000 on 64 screens in Belgium. Holdovers were generally weak including a 45% tumble in both the U.K. to $1.37 million on 412 screens and Germany to $859,500 on 725. On the other hand, the film is still performing well in South Korea adding another $511,000 to its $20.47 million total in that single market, which would be like earning more than $300 million domestically given the relative size of the two markets. More...

Smiths Still Strong on International Scene

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...

Smiths\' Summer Tour Continues

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...

Charlie Savors Sweet Victory

Thanks almost entirely to a massive opening in the U.K., Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was able to top the international box office charts with $19.8 million on 2300 screens in 15 markets over the weekend. It's biggest draw was in the U.K. at $14.1 million on 531 screens, which was more than the total made by the second place movie. That is on par with War of the Worlds's opened a couple of weeks ago and should lead to a $40 million to $45 million total in that market alone. And that should come as a bit of a relief to the studio since the film was monstrously expensive to make and it will need a strong showing internationally to make a profit. Other openings this weekend include a first place, $1.43 million debut in just 47 theatres in Mexico, which was more than double its nearest competitor. Holdovers continued to help Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's international campaign adding $2.37 million during its third weekend in France to its $12.8 million running tally there. Overall the film now has $36.3 million internationally and could finish its run north of $300 million. More...

Madagascar is Fantastic on the International Stage

It was a close race for top spot on the international charts this weekend but Madagascar just managed to pull ahead when the final figures were announced. The film added $24.6 million this weekend to its $190 million international total, including an incredible performances in both Germany and South Korea. The film was down just 14% during its second weekend adding $7.5 million to its $20.5 million running tally, if the film continues to show strong legs is could beat Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith in the market. In south Korea the film rose by 14% to $2.65 million for the week and $5.41 million during its tun. Things weren't quite as rosy in the U.K. where the film dropped by 40% to $5.7 million for a total of $19.7 million so far. The film remained in first place in both Hong Kong, ($574,000) and Taiwan, ($375,000) while its only opening was in Venezuela where the film earned $360,000. More...

Charlie Appeals to the Sweet-tooth in its International Debut

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory opened in three French speaking markets over the weekend and while it didn't finish first, it still had a great start. In France the film earned $3,741,793 in 670 theaters for the best per theater average in the top ten. The result was similar in Belgium ($250,000) and Switzerland ($190,000), giving the film $4.2 million for the weekend. More...

The Smiths\' Honeymoon in Asia Continues

Mr. and Mrs. Smith continues its excellent run in Asia with a $2.2 million opening in 450 theatres in China. The film also added $1.8 million in South Korea for an $18 million running total in that market, (although it was pushed out of the top spot in that market. Overall the film made $4 million pushing its total to $117 million internationally and $275 million worldwide. More...

Super Heroes Stop The Slump

The Slump is dead. After 19 weeks, it has finally ended. It has been more than four months since the last time 2005 topped 2004 in the yearly comparison, but that's just what happened this weekend. Before we start celebrating too much, note that the margin of victory was tiny at just over $500,000. But at this point a victory is a victory and the movie industry will take them anyway they can get them. On a week-to-week basis we actually saw pretty good growth, rising by 5.2%, which is strange for a post-holiday weekend. Year-to-date, 2005 is still off by 8% $4.523 billion to $4.934 billion while the summer is down 11% $2.023 billion vs. $2.281 billion. More...

Box Office Doom

The Fantastic Four battle Dr. Doom and invading aliens this weekend. But the real competition comes from last year when Spider-Man 2 took home $45 million during its second weekend of release. And while no film will top that figure, the combination of strong starts and healthy holdovers could stop The Slump, but I wouldn't bet on it. More...

Worldwide War

War of the Worlds made its worldwide debut on Wednesday bringing in $13.35 million on that day alone and $102.5 million on 8000 screens in 78 markets in its first five days. Compared to Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, War of the Worlds made almost 30% less over the same period, and nearly 20% lower than the earlier 5-day record of $125.7 million set by The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Its best single market was Japan where the film made $15.5 million on 765, but the U.K. was close behind with $15.2 million on 507 screens. War of the Worlds beat Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith in a few markets, (Hong Kong, $1.7 million vs. $1.2 million) Taiwan, ($1.0 million vs. $500,000) and Russia, ($3.7 million vs. $3.2 million.) However, in many other major markets the film was far behind including Spain ($9.7 million vs. $7.7 million), Australia, ($10.4 million vs. $5.9 million), and Germany, ($17.8 million vs. $7.3 million.) More...

Box Office Fights a Losing War

It was a very predictable weekend at the box office as four of the top five films finished within $1 million or so within expectations, at least over the first 3 days. Monday was another story as several films missed predictions. And as expected, the overall box office was down again on a year-to-year comparison -- and that's now for 19 weeks in a row. But first some good news, the 3-day portion of the weekend saw an 11.1% increase from last weekend, which is not all that great taking into account the holiday on Monday. On a yearly comparison the 3-day weekend was down 14.6% while the 4-day weekend was down an incredible 23%. Year-to-date 2005 has now brought in $4.313 billion, 8.4% behind 2004, while the summer is down 11.7% at $1.813 billion so far. More...

Independence Day Long Weekend

As with all long weekends, July Fourth will cause a one day delay in both Weekend Wrap-up and the Per Theatre Charts. They will be published on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. In the meantime, here are the studio estimates for the Top Ten, both over the 3-day weekend and the 4-day weekend. More...

Box Office War

The Independence Day long weekend is one of the most important weekends on the calendar. However, there will likely be little celebrating once the numbers start coming in. Simply put, the target needed to break The Slump is too high and there's almost no chance of breaking it this weekend. More...

Batman Stays Strong after Slow Start

Batman Begins didn't see the sharp drop-off many had feared after its soft opening last weekend slipping by a reasonable 36%. Its best market continued to be the U.K. where the film added $5.1 million on 516 screens to its $16.7 million running tally. Other strong holdovers include Australia at $2.1 million, France at $1.96 million, and Mexico with $1.94 million. The film had a few openings over the weekend managing second place in South Korea with $2.1 million on 201 screens, $430,000 in Indonesia, and $388,000 in Portugal. Overall Batman Begins made $26.7 million on 8,350 screens in 85 markets for an international tally of $83.4 million, while its worldwide box office climbed above $200 million. That's not up to initial expectations, but still impressive. More...

Record Breaking Weekend

The slump continued this weekend, marking the 18th weekend in a row that the overall box office was lower than the same weekend last year. That's the longest such slump since detailed box office data was kept (1982). To add insult to injury, it wasn't even close; the yearly comparison showed a 14.5% drop-off from the last year. This weekend the box office really should have stopped the streak, and now it looks like it could continue until August, and possibly longer. More...

Trio Tries to Captivate Audiences

Three new films aim to break the box office out of its 17-week slump this weekend. It's been more than four months since the box office gained any ground on 2004, and the chances of breaking the slump this weekend are not that bad. This time last year wasn't a particularly strong weekend, but none of this year's three opening films are all that strong either. In fact, it is unlikely that Batman Begins will be dethroned over the next three days. More...

Beginning Below Expectations

Batman Begins opened worldwide in a day-and-date release but it's international fortunes were no better than its domestic. The film was easily the number one movie on the international scene with $41.7 million on 8,000 screens in 73 markets. Compared to other international hits this year, Batman Begins' debut is softer than Kingdom of Heaven, ($53.8 million on 6500 screens in 100 markets) and not that much above last week's champ, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, which wasn't even a worldwide release, ($32 million on 3,600 screens in 35 markets.) It's best market was the U.K. at $7.8 million, but the film also did well in Mexico, ($4.2 million over five days) and France, ($3 million.) On the other hand, in Australia the film finished in second place to Madagascar, ($3,223,600 to $3,578,000) and the same happened in both Spain and Holland, but box office numbers from those markets are unavailable at the moment. Overall the film performed below expectations, but well enough that it should show a profit before it reaches the home market. More...

Box Office Comes Closer to Snapping Slump

With both new films failing to live up to expectations, we saw yet another weekend with lower box office numbers. The total box office was down by 5.67% compared to last weekend. Early predictions had the comparison to the same weekend last year almost too close to call, and final results didn't clear matters up. Right now, we have this weekend down from the comparable weekend last year by a mere 0.82%. However, late numbers from limited releases that are not tracked by the big companies will push this weekend's number higher, but probably not the $1.2 million it needed lift it above last year. That makes this the 17th weekend in a row of declines on the year-to-year comparison, a new and dubious record. Year-to-date, 2005 has brought in $3.841 billion in box office revenue, down 6.6% from the same time last year. The Summer numbers are even worse at $1.34 billion; that's the worst start since 2001 and down 8.1% from last year. More...

Dark Times for the Dark Knight

It looks like the near universal enthusiasm for this weekend's box office needs to be toned down a bit after Wednesday's disappointing opening by Batman Begins. Even so, the weekend should still be strong enough to break the slump the year-to-year comparisons are struggling with. Which means for the first time in nearly four months 2005 will gain ground on 2004. More...

Smiths Snipe Sith

We have a new champion atop the International Box Office charts as Mr. and Mrs. Smith overtook Revenge of the Sith with $32 million on 3,600 screens in 35 markets. The film best market was the U.K. at $7.1 million on 448 screens, which was slightly below Hitch's debut earlier in the year. In Australia it brought in $4.7 million on 356 screens, as well as $3.6 million in both Mexico and Taiwan. Other million dollar markets include Brazil, ($1.6 million on 401 screens); Hong Kong, ($1.2 million on 68) and Thailand, ($1.2 million on 250.) More...

Smiths have Howling Success

The overall box office champ also took top spot on the Per Theater Charts. Mr. and Mrs. Smith earned a surprising $50 million at the box office for an average of $14,703. The only other film to reach the $10,000 milestone was Howl's Moving Castle, which performed admirably with $11,889; but that's not as strong a start as Hayao Miyazaki's previous film, Spirited Away. More...

Smiths a Smash Hit, Box Office Still Slow

Despite the number one film beating expectations by $10 million, the box office is still struggling. First the good news: the weekend numbers were 9.6% higher than last weekend. But more importantly they were 9.7% lower than the same weekend last year. Overall 2005 is 10.3% lower for the Summer at $1.121 billion, and 7.2% lower for the year at $3.621 billion. One bit of good news: should Batman Begins meet market expectations we should see the first weekend of yearly growth in almost four months. More...

Somebody Put a Hit on the Box Office - Update!

It's another crowded weekend with four wide releases, well, four if you stretch the definition of wide slightly. There's only one saturation level release (3,000 or more theaters), and two of the new films couldn't crack 2,000. To top things off, at the moment not one of these films is earning overall positive reviews. Even so, we should see a significant increase in the total box office compared to last weekend, but there is likely going to be another drop-off on a year-to-year basis. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 3 - June 9

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Stealth - Official Site. More...

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2005 Preview: June

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Movie Website Updates for May 19 - May 26

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Cinderella Man - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 29 - May 5

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates. Slow week with most of the sites being merely average or too early in their development to tell if the film is an award winning site or not. So in the end I decided not to hand out the award to any site. Hopefully next week things will pick up. More...

Movie Websites Launches for January 14 - January 20

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Fantastic Four - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for December 24 - December 30

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner The Ring 2 - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/10 1 $17,474,908   3,424 $5,104   $17,474,908 1
2005/06/11 1 $18,895,207 +8% 3,424 $5,518   $36,370,115 2
2005/06/12 1 $13,972,763 -26% 3,424 $4,081   $50,342,878 3
2005/06/13 1 $6,165,118 -56% 3,424 $1,801   $56,507,996 4
2005/06/14 1 $5,360,936 -13% 3,424 $1,566   $61,868,932 5
2005/06/15 2 $4,553,473 -15% 3,424 $1,330   $66,422,405 6
2005/06/16 2 $4,238,558 -7% 3,424 $1,238   $70,660,963 7
2005/06/17 2 $8,464,216 +100% 3,451 $2,453   $79,125,179 8
2005/06/18 2 $10,380,830 +23% 3,451 $3,008   $89,506,009 9
2005/06/19 2 $7,191,977 -31% 3,451 $2,084   $96,697,986 10
2005/06/20 2 $3,226,129 -55% 3,451 $935   $99,924,115 11
2005/06/21 2 $3,017,666 -6% 3,451 $874   $102,941,781 12
2005/06/22 2 $3,068,744 +2% 3,451 $889   $106,010,525 13
2005/06/23 2 $2,677,749 -13% 3,451 $776   $108,688,274 14
2005/06/24 3 $5,253,556 +96% 3,451 $1,522   $113,941,830 15
2005/06/25 3 $6,730,739 +28% 3,451 $1,950   $120,672,569 16
2005/06/26 3 $4,840,914 -28% 3,451 $1,403   $125,513,483 17
2005/06/27 3 $2,276,057 -53% 3,265 $697   $127,789,540 18
2005/06/28 3 $2,262,374 -1% 3,265 $693   $130,051,914 19
2005/06/29 5 $1,623,674 -28% 3,265 $497   $131,675,588 20
2005/06/30 5 $1,683,303 +4% 3,265 $516   $133,358,891 21
2005/07/01 3 $3,230,870 +92% 2,985 $1,082   $136,589,761 22
2005/07/02 3 $3,902,295 +21% 2,985 $1,307   $140,492,056 23
2005/07/03 3 $3,439,443 -12% 2,985 $1,152   $143,931,499 24
2005/07/04 3 $2,150,975 -37% 2,985 $721   $146,082,474 25
2005/07/05 3 $1,672,119 -22% 2,985 $560   $147,754,593 26
2005/07/06 5 $1,561,310 -7% 2,985 $523   $149,315,903 27
2005/07/07 5 $1,481,131 -5% 2,985 $496   $150,797,034 28
2005/07/08 5 $2,479,834 +67% 2,776 $893   $153,276,868 29
2005/07/09 5 $3,263,492 +32% 2,776 $1,176   $156,540,360 30
2005/07/10 5 $2,128,949 -35% 2,776 $767   $158,669,309 31
2005/07/11 5 $1,059,673 -50% 2,776 $382   $159,728,982 32
2005/07/12 4 $1,110,867 +5% 2,776 $400   $160,839,849 33
2005/07/13 5 $1,114,207 n/c 2,781 $401   $161,954,056 34
2005/07/14 4 $1,087,692 -2% 2,781 $391   $163,041,748 35
2005/07/15 6 $1,576,357 +45% 2,370 $665   $164,618,105 36
2005/07/16 6 $2,171,546 +38% 2,370 $916   $166,789,651 37
2005/07/17 6 $1,486,919 -32% 2,370 $627   $168,276,570 38
2005/07/18 6 $659,892 -56% 2,370 $278   $168,936,462 39
2005/07/19 6 $691,070 +5% 2,370 $292   $169,627,532 40
2005/07/20 6 $644,957 -7% 2,370 $272   $170,272,489 41
2005/07/21 6 $670,014 +4% 2,370 $283   $170,942,503 42
2005/07/22 10 $1,126,709 +68% 1,916 $588   $172,069,212 43
2005/09/05 27 $85,574   351 $244   $184,636,051 88
2005/10/10 37 $16,989   140 $121   $185,938,653 123

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/10 1 $50,342,878   3,424 $14,703   $50,342,878 3
2005/06/17 2 $26,037,023 -48% 3,451 $7,545   $96,697,986 10
2005/06/24 3 $16,825,209 -35% 3,265 $5,153   $125,513,483 17
2005/07/01 3 $10,572,608 -37% 2,985 $3,542   $143,931,499 24
2005/07/08 5 $7,872,275 -26% 2,781 $2,831   $158,669,309 31
2005/07/15 6 $5,234,822 -34% 2,370 $2,209   $168,276,570 38
2005/07/22 11 $3,701,842 -29% 1,916 $1,932   $174,644,345 45
2005/07/29 14 $1,833,400 -50% 1,142 $1,605   $178,540,329 52
2005/08/05 15 $1,304,441 -29% 833 $1,566   $180,959,870 59
2005/08/12 20 $817,703 -37% 576 $1,420   $182,521,560 66
2005/08/19 21 $458,038 -44% 416 $1,101   $183,386,949 73
2005/08/26 24 $373,070 -19% 355 $1,051   $183,979,256 80
2005/09/02 25 $401,558 +8% 351 $1,144   $184,550,477 87
2005/09/09 25 $308,606 -23% 383 $806   $185,032,410 94
2005/09/16 33 $205,325 -33% 268 $766   $185,346,461 101
2005/09/23 32 $162,200 -21% 232 $699   $185,576,334 108
2005/09/30 37 $137,790 -15% 188 $733   $185,774,715 115
2005/10/07 42 $97,516 -29% 140 $697   $185,921,664 122
2005/10/14 46 $84,237 -14% 105 $802   $186,064,011 129
2005/10/21 54 $54,033 -36% 70 $772   $186,160,823 136
2005/10/28 59 $35,660 -34% 60 $594   $186,219,280 143
2005/11/04 62 $33,111 -7% 55 $602   $186,267,775 150
2005/11/11 67 $17,800 -46% 22 $809   $186,301,615 157
2005/11/18 69 $12,663 -29% 17 $745   $186,319,314 164
2005/11/25 83 $6,856 -46% 13 $527   $186,330,528 171
2005/12/02 103 $2,136 -69% 5 $427   $186,334,749 178
2005/12/09 118 $592 -72% 2 $296   $186,336,103 185

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/16/200623127,971 792,212$2,312,436$13,773,57720
6/11/20061289,473 945,362$1,576,881$16,436,86528

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