National Treasure: The Book of Secrets

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $219,961,501Details
International Box Office $237,364,303
Worldwide Box Office $457,325,804
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $101,911,436 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,202,206 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $103,113,642
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
35% - Rotten
Audience
67% - Upright

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: December 21st, 2007 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: May 20th, 2008 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for some violence and action
Franchise: National Treasure
Keywords: Hitmen, Kidnap, Political, Treasure Hunters
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment, Saturn Films

DVD Sales - 10,000 Definitely Tops the Charts

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DVD Rentals - Golden Debut

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DVD Sales - A Fool and His Gold

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DVD Sales - A New Day on the Sales Chart

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DVD Rentals - Semi-Pro Jumps to the Top

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DVD Sales - Weak Competition the Secret to National Treasure\'s Success

Another week with no powerhouse new releases has left National Treasure: Book of Secrets atop the DVD sales chart. During its third week in a row in first place, it sold 483,000 units for $7.45 million in revenue and running tallies of 4.91 million units and $78.33 million, which places it in third for the year. More...

DVD Rentals - Rambo Fights to the Top

There were more new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental charts, including Rambo, which was the new number one rental with $8.55 million in revenue. However, that was the only new release in the top five. More...

DVD Sales - New Releases Sink on Sales Chart

New releases did not make much of an impact on the home market this week while overall sales slumped dramatically. This is not unusual for this time of year, especially the week after the last winter blockbuster came out. That blockbuster, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, remained in first place on the sales chart, even after collapsing more than 70% to 941,000 units sold. Overall the film has sold 4.43 million units for $70.88 million in revenue, which places it fifth on the yearly chart. More...

DVD Rentals - National Finds Treasure

There were not many new releases to chart this week, but one of them, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, took first place with $8.66 million in rentals. More...

DVD Sales - Treasure Richer on the Sales Chart

The last of 2008's monster hits finally hit the home market last week, and it made quite an impact. National Treasure: Book of Secrets opened in first place on the sales chart and had the second best opening for the year with 3.49 million units sold and opening week sales of $55.77 million. More...

DVD Releases for May 20, 2008

This week's list is dominated by Blu-ray releases. This is not surprising as this is the first week Paramount has released Blu-ray discs after dropping the format last August for an exclusive HD DVD commitment. However, it is another Blu-ray release that caught my eye: the National Treasure Blu-ray Two-Pack. This is the best format has to offer this week, but it is not the best movie coming out. If you want the DVD Pick of the Week, you have to grab Night of the Living Dead Buy from Amazon. More...

International Details - Step Up Falls Down and Out of the Top Five

Step Up 2 The Streets fell more than 40% last weekend while dropping out of the top five. This was mainly due to the lack of major openings, while its holdover results were merely average. In the U.K. it was down 42% to $2.74 million on 351 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.32 million and in Australia it was down 44% to $1.31 million on 188 screens lifting its total to $5.10 million after two. Overall it added $7.38 million on 1615 screens in 27 markets for a total of $53.21 million, which was enough to lift its worldwide total to more than $100 million. More...

International Details - Race to the Top Ends Short

The latest Indian movie to be released on the worldwide stage was Race, which earned $9.90 million on 1212 screens in 16 markets placing sixth on the international charts. It did very well in India, but exact numbers were not released. More...

International Details - Dozens of Countries for Old Men

No Country For Old Men slipped out of the top five but still added $7.07 million on 1881 screens in 47 markets for a total of $60.56 million. It is on track to top its domestic box office shortly, which would give it $150 million worldwide. More...

International Details - International Auds Meet the Spartans

Meet the Spartans made its first major push into the international market this past weekend earning sixth place with $7.94 million on 1653 screens in 14 markets for an early total of $12.90 million. Its biggest opening came in Germany where it scored second place with $3.01 million on 304 screens, however, it earned first place in both Mexico with $1.35 million on 543 screens and in Australia with $1.29 million on 211 screens. On the other hand, it fell by 59% during its second weekend in Russia pulling in $526,000 on 275 screens over the weekend for a total of $2.27 million after two. More...

International Top Five - Jumper Stays Aloft

Jumper made another leap toward $100 million internationally after it pulled in $21.75 million on 3,984 screens in 40 markets over the weekend for a total of $60.42 million so far. The film opened in third place in France with $4.58 million on 586 screens while it remained in first in the U.K. with $2.97 million on 421 screens and in Spain with $2.25 million on 445 screens. In those two markets the film has pulled in $11.58 million and $6.65 million respectively, which is in line with its performance stateside. More...

International Top Five - Jump High on the International Charts

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International Top Five - Asterix Wins its Second Gold Medal

Asterix At The Olympic Games remained on top of the charts with $24.52 million on 3925 screens in 25 markets for a total of $72.49 million after just two weeks. The film opened in first place in Spain with $2.75 million on 385 screens while it had to settle for second place in Italy with $1.86 million on 357 screens. Meanwhile it was down just 22% in Germany adding $2.29 million on 600 screens for a total of $6.76 million. In Russia it was down 51% during its second weekend, which is better than average for the market, as it picked up $2.19 million on 549 screens for a total of $7.58 million. As for its native market of France, the film was down 58%, but it still earned an easy first place with $9.80 million on 1078 screens for a total of $35.19 million. At this rate, it will take at least a week for the film to match its production budget, while it will likely have to wait till the home market for it to show a profit, but that should still make the studio happy. More...

International Details - Still Treasured

National Treasure: The Book of Secrets slipped out of the top five, again, earning $6.94 million on 2702 screens in 34 markets for a total of $169.62 million. This includes a first place finish in Germany with $3.42 million on 641 screens for a total of $10.03 million after two there. The film opens in the U.K. this weekend and should have little trouble reaching $200 million before long. More...

International Top Five - The Very Best of the International Charts

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Spartans Too Much for Rambo

We are one month into 2008 and so far there are a lot more positives than negatives at the box office. On the negative side, the box office was down 7% from last weekend to $144 million. But on the positive side, that was an increase of 21% from the same weekend last year and year-to-date 2008 has a 16% lead on 2007. Granted, it is early and it is unlikely the box office will remain this hot for long, but it is still good news. More...

International Details - International Treasure

National Treasure: The Book of Secrets fell from second to sixth, but it was relatively close with $8.37 million on 3883 screens in 36 markets for a total of $143.30 million. Even if the film had no more markets left to open in, it would reach $150 million and beyond. However, it has yet to open in Germany, the U.K., and France and should top its domestic total before it is done. More...

International Top Five - Legend even Bigger Abroad

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Bucket Full of Cash

It's the second weekend of January and we still haven't seen a January release top the charts. This time the biggest hit was a wide expansion from December, which not only finished first, but also helped the overall box office reach $130 million. This is about 7% lower than last weekend, but roughly 1% more than the same weekend last year, and this weekend last year was Martin Luther King Weekend, which helped boost the numbers. More...

International Top Five - Holdovers Dominate International Box Office

There wasn't a single new release in the top five; in fact, there wasn't a single new release to chart this week. This left I Am Legend in first place with $30.51 million on 3492 screens in 33 markets for a total of $167.97 million internationally. The film has million dollar openings in a trio of markets, the largest of which was Australia where it pulled in $8.41 million on 338 screens over the weekend and $8.58 million in total. In Greece it earned $1.30 million on 79 screens over the weekend and $1.88 million in total while in New Zealand it opened with $1.04 million on 65. Meanwhile it was down 43% in the U.K. to $7.39 million on 458 screens over the weekend for a total of $36.50 million after two weeks. More...

Drop in the Bucket

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Treasure on Top, Call Surprises, but Juno is Real Winner

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International Top Five - Ending the Year with Milestones

I Am Legend maintained first place with $43.94 million on 3176 screens in 24 markets for a total of $117.91 million during its run. Its best opening this week came in the U.K. where it pulled in $13.01 million on 440 screens over the weekend and $21.84 million since Boxing Day. At this pace, even if the film had no markets left to open in, it would be able to reach $200 million internationally. And with debuts in Germany, Italy, Australia, and other major markets left to go, it should hit $300 million internationally and more than $500 million worldwide. More...

One Missed Film

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Treasure Tarnished but is Still Golden

2007 ended on a high note. Whole not every film was able to meet expectations, there was a trio of films that hit milestones, either just before the weekend, on the weekend, or just after the weekend ended. Overall the box office added $186 million over the weekend, which was up 16% from last weekend. More importantly, it was up 15% from the same weekend last year given 2007 a total box office of $9.68 billion, which was 4% more than 2006 and 2% more than 2004's record. Ticket sales, on the other hand, was flat down less than 0.1% from last year and this is the fourth down year out of five for this vital stat. More...

Trying to End on a High

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Box Office Treasure over Christmas

Over five days, 8 wide releases debuted in theaters, which is an insane amount of competition. It comes as no surprise that only a couple excelled while almost half failed to find a real audience. Overall the three-day weekend brought in $160 million, which is within a rounding error of last weekend. Comparing it to last year, on the other hand, is moot since December 24th landed on the weekend, and it is one of the worst days at the box office. Without that issue, 2007 was up by 34% from 2006, but that is a misleading number. More...

Juno Finds Treasure on the Per Theater Chart

Only two films crossed the $10,000 mark this past weekend, and they were at the opposite ends of the spectrum. National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets topped the list earning an average of $11,687 in 3,832 theaters while earning first place on the overall box office charts as well. On the other hand, it was a limited release, Juno, that scored the only other $10,000 run with an average of $11,230 in just over 300 theaters. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of December 21, 2007

There's a big list of wide releases this week and that means there is a big list of big sites. There are three that stand out, but only one, National Treasure: Book of Secrets - Official Site, that can be given the Weekly Website Award. More...

A Treasure-trove of Wide Releases

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Contest - I\'m Dreaming of a Late Christmas

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New Movie US Release Dates - November 5, 2006

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Cast

Nicolas Cage    Ben Gates
Jon Voight    Patrick Gates
Harvey Keitel    Sadusky
Ed Harris    Mitch Wilkinson
Diane Kruger    Dr. Abigail Chase
Justin Bartha    Riley Poole
Bruce Greenwood    US President
Martin Maize    Danial
Timothy V. Murphy    Seth
Alicia Coppola    FBI Agent Spellman
Armando Riesco    FBI Agent Hendricks
Albert Hall    Dr. Nichols
Helen Mirren    Emily Appleton Gates
Ty Burrell    Connor

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Jon Turteltaub
Producer    Jerry Bruckheimer
Producer    Jon Turteltaub
Executive Producer    Mike Stenson
Executive Producer    Chad Oman
Executive Producer    Barry Waldman
Executive Producer    Oren Aviv
Executive Producer    Charles Segars
Story Creator    Gregory Poirier
Story Creator    Ted Elliott
Story Creator    Terry Rossio
Character Creator    Jim Kouf
Character Creator    Oren Aviv
Character Creator    Charles Segars
Cinematographer    John Schwartzman
Cinematographer    Amir Mokri
Production Designer    Dominic Watkins
Editor    William Goldenberg
Editor    David Rennie
Composer    Trevor Rabin
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Additional Music    Paul Linford
Special Effects Supervisor UK    Neil Corbould

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/21 1 $16,739,339   3,832 $4,368   $16,739,339 1
2007/12/22 1 $15,344,648 -8% 3,832 $4,004   $32,083,987 2
2007/12/23 1 $12,699,785 -17% 3,832 $3,314   $44,783,772 3
2007/12/24 1 $7,004,295 -45% 3,832 $1,828   $51,788,067 4
2007/12/25 1 $13,656,128 +95% 3,832 $3,564   $65,444,195 5
2007/12/26 1 $12,441,267 -9% 3,832 $3,247   $77,885,462 6
2007/12/27 1 $10,517,241 -15% 3,832 $2,745   $88,402,703 7
2007/12/28 1 $12,261,261 +17% 3,832 $3,200   $100,663,964 8
2007/12/29 1 $12,673,395 +3% 3,832 $3,307   $113,337,359 9
2007/12/30 1 $10,738,052 -15% 3,832 $2,802   $124,075,411 10
2007/12/31 1 $9,188,271 -14% 3,832 $2,398   $133,263,682 11
2008/01/01 1 $9,679,556 +5% 3,832 $2,526   $142,943,238 12
2008/01/02 1 $4,284,619 -56% 3,832 $1,118   $147,227,857 13
2008/01/03 1 $3,580,254 -16% 3,832 $934   $150,808,111 14
2008/01/04 1 $6,343,102 +77% 3,762 $1,686   $157,151,213 15
2008/01/05 1 $8,754,230 +38% 3,762 $2,327   $165,905,443 16
2008/01/06 1 $4,965,352 -43% 3,762 $1,320   $170,870,795 17
2008/01/07 2 $1,302,684 -74% 3,762 $346   $172,173,479 18
2008/01/08 2 $1,314,178 +1% 3,762 $349   $173,487,657 19
2008/01/09 2 $1,179,735 -10% 3,762 $314   $174,667,392 20
2008/01/10 2 $1,145,553 -3% 3,762 $305   $175,812,945 21
2008/01/11 4 $3,268,960 +185% 3,377 $968   $179,081,905 22
2008/01/12 4 $5,170,214 +58% 3,377 $1,531   $184,252,119 23
2008/01/13 5 $2,862,828 -45% 3,377 $848   $187,114,947 24
2008/01/14 4 $714,277 -75% 3,377 $212   $187,829,224 25
2008/01/15 4 $700,705 -2% 3,377 $207   $188,529,929 26
2008/01/16 3 $642,008 -8% 3,377 $190   $189,171,937 27
2008/01/17 3 $710,908 +11% 3,377 $211   $189,882,845 28
2008/01/18 7 $2,020,687 +184% 2,963 $682   $191,903,532 29
2008/01/19 5 $3,469,831 +72% 2,963 $1,171   $195,373,363 30
2008/01/20 8 $2,059,736 -41% 2,963 $695   $197,433,099 31
2008/01/21 5 $2,056,072 n/c 2,963 $694   $199,489,171 32
2008/01/22 6 $446,893 -78% 2,963 $151   $199,936,064 33
2008/01/23 8 $386,083 -14% 2,963 $130   $200,322,147 34
2008/01/24 7 $434,460 +13% 2,963 $147   $200,756,607 35
2008/01/25 11 $1,200,811 +176% 2,154 $557   $201,957,418 36
2008/01/26 8 $2,332,781 +94% 2,154 $1,083   $204,290,199 37
2008/01/27 10 $1,382,539 -41% 2,154 $642   $205,672,738 38
2008/01/28 9 $315,436 -77% 2,154 $146   $205,988,174 39
2008/01/29 11 $280,388 -11% 2,154 $130   $206,268,562 40
2008/01/30 11 $289,352 +3% 2,154 $134   $206,557,914 41
2008/01/31 11 $271,127 -6% 2,154 $126   $206,829,041 42
2008/02/01 13 $842,185 +211% 1,733 $486   $207,671,226 43
2008/02/02 12 $1,617,345 +92% 1,733 $933   $209,288,571 44
2008/02/03 14 $504,022 -69% 1,733 $291   $209,792,593 45
2008/02/04 14 $208,716 -59% 1,733 $120   $210,001,309 46
2008/02/05 14 $200,455 -4% 1,733 $116   $210,201,764 47
2008/02/06 14 $191,240 -5% 1,733 $110   $210,393,004 48
2008/02/07 14 $209,248 +9% 1,733 $121   $210,602,252 49
2008/02/08 14 $536,738 +157% 1,256 $427   $211,138,990 50
2008/02/09 13 $1,039,919 +94% 1,256 $828   $212,178,909 51
2008/02/10 14 $573,490 -45% 1,256 $457   $212,752,399 52
2008/02/11 15 $130,318 -77% 1,256 $104   $212,882,717 53
2008/02/12 15 $125,962 -3% 1,256 $100   $213,008,679 54
2008/02/13 15 $141,906 +13% 1,256 $113   $213,150,585 55
2008/02/14 17 $215,199 +52% 1,256 $171   $213,365,784 56
2008/02/15 17 $317,902 +48% 850 $374   $213,683,686 57
2008/02/16 17 $600,138 +89% 850 $706   $214,283,824 58
2008/02/17 17 $399,084 -34% 850 $470   $214,682,908 59
2008/02/18 16 $339,607 -15% 850 $400   $215,022,515 60
2008/02/19 - $94,370 -72% 850 $111   $215,116,885 61
2008/02/20 19 $91,821 -3% 850 $108   $215,208,706 62
2008/02/21 17 $97,439 +6% 850 $115   $215,306,145 63
2008/05/26 33 $17,229   87 $198   $219,884,740 158

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/21 1 $44,783,772   3,832 $11,687   $44,783,772 3
2007/12/28 1 $36,672,708 -18% 3,832 $9,570   $125,075,411 10
2008/01/04 1 $20,062,684 -45% 3,762 $5,333   $170,870,795 17
2008/01/11 4 $11,302,002 -44% 3,377 $3,347   $187,114,947 24
2008/01/18 7 $7,550,254 -33% 2,963 $2,548   $197,433,099 31
2008/01/25 8 $4,916,131 -35% 2,154 $2,282   $205,672,738 38
2008/02/01 13 $2,963,552 -40% 1,733 $1,710   $209,792,593 45
2008/02/08 14 $2,150,147 -27% 1,256 $1,712   $212,752,399 52
2008/02/15 18 $1,317,124 -39% 850 $1,550   $214,682,908 59
2008/02/22 23 $695,359 -47% 571 $1,218   $216,001,504 66
2008/02/29 25 $422,985 -39% 389 $1,087   $216,599,988 73
2008/03/07 30 $237,600 -44% 269 $883   $216,964,020 80
2008/03/14 36 $165,786 -30% 177 $937   $217,216,391 87
2008/03/21 24 $390,118 +135% 348 $1,121   $217,684,901 94
2008/03/28 23 $376,565 -3% 320 $1,177   $218,309,061 101
2008/04/04 24 $265,494 -29% 300 $885   $218,701,477 108
2008/04/11 32 $192,029 -28% 253 $759   $218,979,290 115
2008/04/18 34 $157,717 -18% 225 $701   $219,191,729 122
2008/04/25 38 $109,845 -30% 179 $614   $219,342,259 129
2008/05/02 39 $74,278 -32% 145 $512   $219,455,217 136
2008/05/09 40 $66,543 -10% 115 $579   $219,548,127 143
2008/05/16 24 $173,208 +160% 132 $1,312   $219,739,808 150
2008/05/23 27 $94,013 -46% 87 $1,081   $219,867,511 157
2008/05/30 41 $37,104 -61% 64 $580   $219,932,519 164
2008/06/06 76 $8,091 -78% 26 $311   $219,953,463 171
2008/06/13 97 $3,329 -59% 12 $277   $219,961,501 178

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/25/200813,178,631 3,178,631$50,826,310$50,826,3101
6/1/20081904,102-72% 4,082,733$14,307,776$65,134,0852
6/8/20081463,444-49% 4,546,177$7,110,436$72,244,5213
6/15/20083330,856-29% 4,877,033$5,303,622$77,548,1434
6/22/20085152,460-54% 5,029,493$2,427,163$79,975,3065
6/29/20086144,580-5% 5,174,073$2,203,414$82,178,7206
7/6/2008884,795-41% 5,258,868$1,296,388$83,475,1087
7/13/20081274,745-12% 5,333,613$1,252,308$84,727,4168
7/20/20081552,131-30% 5,385,744$839,700$85,567,1169
7/27/20081157,765+11% 5,443,509$885,988$86,453,10410
8/3/20081745,751-21% 5,489,260$706,661$87,159,76511
8/10/20081349,058+7% 5,538,318$756,121$87,915,88612
8/17/20082134,916-29% 5,573,234$537,542$88,453,42813
8/24/20082731,451-10% 5,604,685$482,568$88,935,99714
8/31/20082827,447-13% 5,632,132$423,815$89,359,81115
10/5/20083018,201 5,744,876$281,227$91,113,00820

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/7/20101412,208 12,208$183,975$183,97594

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