Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $177,243,721Details
International Box Office $235,810,910
Worldwide Box Office $413,054,631
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $51,850,531 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $12,130,651 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $63,981,182
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
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  6. Cast & Crew
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
44% - Rotten
Audience
47% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 22nd, 2009 (IMAX) by 20th Century Fox
May 22nd, 2009 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: December 1st, 2009 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG For mild action and brief language
Franchise: Night at the Museum
Keywords: IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

DVD Sales: Holiday Wrap-Up

Thanks to the holidays, DVD sales numbers were not reported on our usual schedule, but next week we should be back to normal, so it's a perfect time to wrap up some of the interesting notes from over the holidays.

The week after Black Friday saw the release of Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian and Terminator Salvation, neither of which matched expectations, although made up for their poor DVD performance somewhat by selling well on Blu-ray. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 8th, 2009

According to Amazon, there are about 300 DVDs and Blu-ray being released or re-released this week and about half of them are Harry Potter releases. Well, maybe not, but it almost feels that way. The only one of these that is really worth picking up is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - Blu-ray; in fact, it is the DVD Pick of the Week. Also sharing that honor is The Cove on DVD, Julie & Julia on DVD or Blu-ray, and Lost - Season Five on Blu-ray. My bank account is going to take a big hit this week. More...

DVD Releases for December 1st, 2009

It's the week after Black Friday, which is widely reported as the busiest shopping day of the year, so it comes as no surprise that there are fewer releases this time around than there have been in recent weeks (including just a trio of spotlight reviews). After all, it makes sense to release a DVD / Blu-ray before Black Friday rather than after. That said, we are still in the heart of holiday shopping season, which means there are a couple of $100 million hits on this week's list, as well as some titles that are of interest. Unfortunately, when it comes to most of the really interesting releases, I'm still waiting for the screener to arrive, so I can't tell if they are DVD Pick of the Week material. The best of this week's releases that I can give a more detailed review for is Mystery Science Theater 3000 - XVI - Limited Edition Box Set. More...

International Details - Post Summer Hangover

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International Details - Enemies has a lot of International Friends

Public Enemies remained in fifth place with $8.74 million on 2919 screens in 49 markets for a total of $76.20 million. The film opened in first place in Spain with $2.44 million on 460 screens, but had to settle for fifth in South Korea with $1.22 million on 375 screens over the weekend and $1.70 million in total. With Debuts in Italy and Japan still ahead, the film should have no trouble topping $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide. However, it was a costly film to make, so it will have to show some strength on the home market to show a profit. More...

International Details - Transformers Involved in Change on Top

Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen fell to second place with $57.50 million on 9158 screens in 61 markets for a total of $301.64 million. This puts the film less than $100 million behind the original internationally, which is a lead that won't last long. The film's biggest market of the weekend was South Korea where it placed first adding $7.76 million on 1076 screens to its total of $27.81 million. It also was impressive in China adding $5.2 million on 1009 screens for a total of $41.6 million, while it remained in first place in Australia with $4.95 million on 456 screens over the weekend and $21.51 million after two, and in Italy with $1.39 million on 565 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.06 million, also after two. More...

International Details - Hanging Out with Hangover

The Hangover climbed into second place with $11.14 million on 2091 screens in 28 markets for a total of $47.81 million. This was actually 2% lower than last week's performance. Its only major market opening came from France where it placed second with $3.31 million on 251 screens, but that was for the full week. (This is still impressive.) In the U.K. it was down just 15% to $3.15 million on 425 screens over the weekend and $18.50 million after three. It is a couple of weeks away from overtaking Terminator Salvation in that market. Over in Australia it managed to dip just 30% to $1.80 million on 227 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.07 million. It will also top Terminator Salvation in this market, and could beat out Angels and Demons as well. Massive. On the other hand, I'm not sure the film will do as well in most non-English speaking markets, as comedy tends to be harder to translate into other cultures. More...

Transformers Changes the IMAX Record Book

Transformers - Revenge of the Fallen rewrote the record book during its opening weekend on IMAX, earning $14.4 million on 169 IMAX screens for an average of $85,000. It had the biggest day on IMAX ($3.9 million); the biggest 5-day opening ($14.4 million); the biggest international day ($770,000 on Saturday); and the biggest three-day international weekend ($2.1 million). Worldwide, the film has $18.3 million in the super-large format, with plenty more upside to come. In comparison, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian managed $15.4 million worldwide during its run. More...

International Details - Terminating Another Milestone

Terminator Salvation fell to second place with $18.94 million on 9263 screens in 71 markets over the weekend, for a total of $200.84 million internationally and $320.57 million worldwide. The film has been troubled by sharp drop-offs internationally, and that was certainly the case this past weekend, as it was down 65% in Japan. Japan. It was down 65% in Japan, which is a market known for its strong holds. It still added $3.72 million on 697 screens over the weekend for a total of $19.70 million after two, but that's a sharper decline than anticipated. More...

International details - Hangover Shows Potential Overseas

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian remained in second place adding a solid $18.53 million on 8300 screens in 67 markets for a total of $175.90 million. The film opened in first place in Mexico, no surprise there, but with $3.34 million on 1150 screens its per screen average is not that impressive and being booked on more than 1000 screens, you think the studio was expecting a bit more. The film did hang on better than most in South Korea down just 50% to $2.13 million on 576 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.57 million after two. It also added $1.77 million on 506 screens in the U.K. for a total of $27.96 million, which is its best single market of its run so far. More...

Box Office Lacks Imagination

It was a rough weekend at the box office as neither saturation level new release was able to live up to expectations. Even with stronger than expected holdovers, total box office receipts were still down 16.7% from last weekend to $138 million, which is 23.3% below the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $4.55 billion at the box office, which is still 10.9% higher than last year's pace, but we are getting to the point where attendance might show declines, as we've lost a lot of ground in the past few weeks. More...

International Details - Racing Towards Milestones

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian was pushed into second place in the international chart, but still added $27.88 million on 8350 screens in 66 markets while it lifted its international total to $149.55 million. The film opened in first place in South Korea with $4.33 million on 669 screens over the weekend and $4.75 million in total. It also remained in first place in China with $2.1 million on 818 screens over the weekend and $12.2 million in total, but that was a huge drop-off from last week. On the other hand, the film improved by 18% in the U.K. with $3.96 million on 509 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $25.31 million after three. That's better than the film's performance here, if you take into account the relative size of the two markets. The film opens in Mexico this weekend, and in Japan in August. It has likely reached $300 million worldwide already, and could make it all the way to $400 million before it is done. This is a drop-off from its predecessor, but the film is still well on its way to profitability and will get there before it reaches the lucrative home market. More...

Confusion Over Which Films will Place 1 2 3

We have two new saturation level releases and two holdovers that will play an important part in this week's box office race, and three of them have a legitimate shot at taking first place. This depth should help the overall box office numbers, but the weekend will still have a hard time reaching the box office level of last year when The Incredible Hulk opened with just over $55 million. In fact, the number one film this year might not earn half that much. Let's hope that is not the case, but there is certainly a chance of that happening. On the other end of the spectrum, there is a slim chance the top film surprise by earning $40 million, or more, and coasting to $100 million in total. More...

Box Office Hangover Pleases Moviegoers

We had a surprise number one at the box office this past weekend, and the films that beat Thursday's predictions outnumber those that failed to reach expected levels, both in terms of the number of films and in terms of total box office generated. This helped the industry to $165 million at the box office over the weekend; however, this was down about 0.2% from last weekend and 5.4% from the same weekend last year. That said, this is better than most were expecting, and 2009 is still way ahead of 2008's pace at $4.34 billion to $3.85 billion. More...

Will New Releases Be Lost at the Box Office?

It looks like we will have another losing weekend at the box office, as none of the three new wide releases look like they will come close to last year's winner. In fact, they might not top last year's second place film, or the sophomore stint of last week's box office champ. More...

International Top of the Chart - Night Rises

There was a tight race for top spot on the international chart with Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian overtaking Angels and Demons $38.26 million to $34.01 million. More...

Pixar Up, Box Office Down

It was a close call, but 2009 wasn't able to keep pace with 2008, despite Up's better than expected opening. Overall, the box office generated $166 million, which was 6.0% lower than last weekend and 1.4% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 still has an impressive 13.6% lead over 2008 at $4.11 billion to $3.61 billion, and even with weakness over the next few weeks, 2009 should maintain its lead for a while to come. More...

Contest - Kids Night Out - Winning Announcement

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Night Good on IMAX, but not Great

Night at the Museum - Battle of the Smithsonian opened on 160 IMAX screens over the weekend earning an impressive $5.4 million for an average of $34,000. Adding in $520,000 internationally, and the film made nearly $6 million on the format. While this was good, it was significantly lower than the opening of Star Trek. This may have to do with the extremely limited run Star Trek had on IMAX, as it was guaranteed just two weeks till Night at the Museum 2 took over. We will see if this movie has better legs this coming weekend. More...

International Top of the Chart - Angels Shine in Back-to-Back Wins

For the first time this summer, we didn't have a new number one film on the international chart, as Angels and Demons repeated as champion. It was able to do this after earning $58.43 million on 11,013 screens in 74 markets for a total of $196.72 million. This is more than it will make during its entire domestic run, but it is nearly 40% lower than its predecessor had earned at this point in its run. This is similar to the franchise's decline domestically, but it is hard to call that good news. "It's not doing any worse internationally than it is doing domestically." That's slim praise indeed. More...

Can the Box Office Remain Up?

There are some people worrying that 2009's winning streak could be coming to an end. Not only was last weekend barely above 2008's pace, but this weekend could see an actual decline due to a number of factors. This includes a surprisingly strong film opening in first place last year, as well as weakness in one of the new releases from last week. Up should carry its weight, but it might not be enough. More...

Blockbusters Battle on Top of Per Theater Chart

The top two films on the overall chart were also the top two films on the per theater chart with Night at the Museum 2 earning an average of $13,226 while Terminator Salvation pulled in $12,056. Easy Virtue got off to a faster-than-expected start with an average $11,044, and this suggests some ability to expand. More...

Museum Terminates the Competition

Two new releases opened over Memorial Day long weekend, and while neither was able to compete with last year's champion, their combined total helped the box office grow. Over the three-day period, there were $176 million in ticket sales, which was 28% more than last weekend and 2.4% more than the same weekend last year. Over four days, the box office brought in $222 million, which was 1.2% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 has earned $3.90 billion, which is 14.4% higher than last year's pace of $3.41 billion. More...

Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of May 22nd, 2009

For the first time in a long time, we have two wide releases battling for top spot on the weekend box office. I thought this would encourage competition on the websites, but Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian's Official Site was clearly the best of the week. More...

3-Day Weekend Estimates: Museum Wins First Big Box Office Clash of Summer

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian pulled off a close but decisive win over Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins over the weekend, according to 3-day studio estimates released on Sunday morning. Terminator took good momentum into the weekend, earning over $13 million in evening shows on Thursday, and finishing neck-and-neck with Smithsonian on Friday. But, with family audiences dominating on Saturday, and expected to do so again today and Monday, the weekend winner was already fairly clear. More...

Terminator Battles for Top Spot

For the first time this summer, we have two new releases battling for number one on the box office chart. This is causing quite a bit of debate over which film will take top spot; in fact, many think the two films will trade off first place over the weekend. Will this competition drive ticket sales enough for the market to keep pace with last year? Well, there's almost no chance any film this year will top Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the new films should do so collectively. And with better holdovers than this time last year, the overall box office could still show growth over the weekend. More...

Star Trek\'s Sophomore Stint Breaks more IMAX Records

The second weekend for Star Trek saw even more records fall as it added $5.3 million on 138 screens over the weekend for a per screen average of $38,000, both of which are records. Overall the film has made $19.9 million worldwide playing on 163 screens, which is also a record for this point in a film's IMAX run. That's the good news. The bad news is on Friday, the film will be booted out of IMAX theaters to make room for Night at the Museum 2. More...

Contest - Kids Night Out

Next week is the Memorial Day long weekend, which does complicate things on the weekly box office prediction contest. Our target film is Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, which should benefit thanks to its target audience (something it shares with this week's prizes). However, while it's a long weekend, we are only looking for the Friday to Sunday numbers. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of A Plumm Summer on DVD, as well as Imagination Movers - Warehouse Mouse Edition on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of A Plumm Summer on DVD, as well as Mickey Mouse Clubhouse - Mickey's Big Splash on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Star Trek Rewrites Record Book on IMAX

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2009 Preview: May

Last May was strong with two films that cracked $300 million at the box office. This May we might not have any movies reach that milestone. Then again, there are six films that have a shot to reach $200 million. I'm not saying all of them will get there, but I would be surprised if at least two of them don't get there, while all six should reach at least $100 million, which is two more than the same month last year. There are also a few midlevel hits in the waiting, as a few limited releases of note. This latter category includes The Brothers Bloom, Departures, and Pontypool. More...

IMAX Opening of Monstrous Proportions

Monsters vs. Aliens broke several records over the week on IMAX screens on its way to a weekend haul of $5.1 million on 143 screens, which is the highest opening for an IMAX 3-D film. Additionally, the film earned $2.02 million on Saturday, which was the highest Saturday box office for any IMAX film, 3-D or not. The film's per screen average on IMAX was $35,682 compared to its non-IMAX per screen average of roughly $8,400. Internationally, the film broke IMAX records in a number of markets, including Russia, the Ukraine, and the Philippines, but numbers were not immediately available. More...

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Cast

Ben Stiller    Larry Daley
Amy Adams    Amelia Earhart
Owen Wilson    Jedediah
Hank Azaria    Kahmunrah
Robin Williams    Teddy Roosevelt
Christopher Guest    Ivan the Terrible
Alain Chabat    Napoleon
Steve Coogan    Octavius
Ricky Gervais    Dr. McPhee
Bill Hader    Gen. Custer
Jon Bernthal    Al Capone
Mizuo Peck    Sacajawea
Patrick Gallagher    Attila The Hun
Craig Robinson    Tuskegee Airman
Jake Cherry    Nicky
Rami Malek    Ahkmenrah
Kerry Van Der Griend    Neanderthal
Matthew Harrison    Neanderthal
Riccardo Dobran    Neanderthal
Randy Lee    Hun
Darryl Quon    Hun
Gerald Wong    Hun
Paul Chih-Ping Cheng    Hun
Jay Baruchel    Sailor Joey Motorola
Mindy Kaling    Docent
Keith Powell    Tuskegee Airman
Samuel Chu    Teenage Boy
Augustus Oicle    Teenage Boy
Kai James    Teenage Boy
Thomas Morley    Darth Vader
Clint Howard    Air and Space Mission Control Tech
George Foreman    George Foreman
Josh Byer    Capone Gangster
Sophie Levy    Young Girl
Tess Levy    Young Girl
Alberta Mayne    Kissing Nurse
Christina Schild    American Gothic Woman
Robert Thurston    American Gothic Farmer
Clifton Murray    Kissing Sailor
Caroll Spinney    Oscar the Grouch
Dan Joffre    Town Car Driver
Dave Hospes    Astronaut
Regina Taufen    New York Reporter
Shawn Levy    Infomercial Father
Kevin Jonas    Voice of Cherub
Joe Jonas    Voice of Cherub
Nick Jonas    Voice of Cherub
Eugene Levy    Voice of Einstein
Brad Garrett    Voice of Easter Island Head

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Shawn Levy
Screenwriter    Robert Ben Garant
Screenwriter    Thomas Lennon
Character Creator    Robert Ben Garant
Character Creator    Thomas Lennon
Producer    Shawn Levy
Producer    Chris Columbus
Producer    Michael Barnathan
Executive Producer    Thomas M. Hammel
Executive Producer    Josh McLaglen
Executive Producer    Mark Radcliffe
Production Designer    Claude Pare
Editor    Don Zimmerman
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Editor    Dean Zimmerman
Director of Photography    John Schwartzman
Associate Producer    Ellen M. Somers
Assistant Director    Josh McLaglen
Second Unit Director    Gary Capo
Unit Production Manager    Anne Simonet
Unit Production Manager    Thomas M. Hammel
Unit Production Manager    Patricia Doherty Hess
Unit Production Manager    Raymond Quinland
Production Supervisor    Eric Hedayat
Supervising Art Director    Helen Jarvis
Art Director    Grant Van Der Slagt
Art Director    Michael Diner
Set Decorator    Lin MacDonald
Set Decorator    Carl Catanese
Second Unit Camera    Ian Fox
Costume Designer    Marlene Stewart
Costume Supervisor    John Casey
Costume Supervisor    Alexandra Krost
Costume Supervisor    Arlynn Abseck
Sound Mixer    Rob Young
Sound Mixer    Bruce Litecky
Sound Mixer    Gary Alper
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Massey
Re-recording Mixer    David Giammarco
Re-recording Mixer    Craig Henighan
Supervising Sound Editor    Craig Henighan
Supervising Sound Editor    John A Larsen
Sound Designer    Craig Henighan
Music Editor    Terry Wilson
Music Editor    Kevin Creehan
Make up    Victoria Down
Hairstylist    Sherry Linder-Gygli
Casting Director    Donna Isaacson
Casting Director    Coreen Mayrs
Casting Director    Heike Brandstatter
Additional Casting    Amy Nygard
Stunt Coordinator    J.J. Makaro
Stunt Coordinator    Garrett Warren

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/05/22 1 $15,568,708   4,096 $3,801   $15,568,708 1
2009/05/23 1 $20,086,972 +29% 4,096 $4,904   $35,655,680 2
2009/05/24 1 $18,517,606 -8% 4,096 $4,521   $54,173,286 3
2009/05/25 1 $15,878,718 -14% 4,096 $3,877   $70,052,004 4
2009/05/26 2 $3,608,731 -77% 4,096 $881   $73,660,735 5
2009/05/27 1 $3,067,892 -15% 4,096 $749   $76,728,627 6
2009/05/28 1 $3,067,773 n/c 4,096 $749   $79,796,400 7
2009/05/29 2 $7,313,965 +138% 4,101 $1,783   $87,110,365 8
2009/05/30 2 $10,417,593 +42% 4,101 $2,540   $97,527,958 9
2009/05/31 2 $6,622,310 -36% 4,101 $1,615   $104,150,268 10
2009/06/01 2 $1,901,291 -71% 4,101 $464   $106,051,559 11
2009/06/02 2 $2,205,675 +16% 4,101 $538   $108,257,234 12
2009/06/03 2 $2,153,473 -2% 4,101 $525   $110,410,707 13
2009/06/04 2 $2,280,493 +6% 4,101 $556   $112,691,200 14
2009/06/05 4 $4,619,866 +103% 3,807 $1,214   $117,311,066 15
2009/06/06 4 $6,162,560 +33% 3,807 $1,619   $123,473,626 16
2009/06/07 4 $3,852,562 -37% 3,807 $1,012   $127,326,188 17
2009/06/08 4 $1,458,230 -62% 3,807 $383   $128,784,418 18
2009/06/09 4 $1,623,467 +11% 3,807 $426   $130,407,885 19
2009/06/10 4 $1,616,869 n/c 3,807 $425   $132,024,754 20
2009/06/11 3 $1,822,051 +13% 3,807 $479   $133,846,805 21
2009/06/12 4 $2,963,741 +63% 3,365 $881   $136,810,546 22
2009/06/13 4 $4,112,204 +39% 3,365 $1,222   $140,922,750 23
2009/06/14 4 $2,540,962 -38% 3,365 $755   $143,463,712 24
2009/06/15 5 $1,132,388 -55% 3,365 $337   $144,596,100 25
2009/06/16 4 $1,326,368 +17% 3,365 $394   $145,922,468 26
2009/06/17 4 $1,327,111 n/c 3,365 $394   $147,249,579 27
2009/06/18 4 $1,402,980 +6% 3,365 $417   $148,652,559 28
2009/06/19 6 $2,129,247 +52% 2,962 $719   $150,781,806 29
2009/06/20 6 $2,989,702 +40% 2,962 $1,009   $153,771,508 30
2009/06/21 6 $2,688,236 -10% 2,962 $908   $156,459,744 31
2009/06/22 6 $890,099 -67% 2,962 $301   $157,349,843 32
2009/06/23 6 $958,063 +8% 2,962 $323   $158,307,906 33
2009/06/24 7 $751,191 -22% 2,409 $312   $159,059,097 34
2009/06/25 7 $688,573 -8% 2,409 $286   $159,747,670 35
2009/06/26 8 $1,187,538 +72% 2,250 $528   $160,935,208 36
2009/06/27 9 $1,400,132 +18% 2,250 $622   $162,335,340 37
2009/06/28 8 $1,055,852 -25% 2,250 $469   $163,391,192 38
2009/06/29 8 $594,343 -44% 2,250 $264   $163,985,535 39
2009/06/30 8 $754,033 +27% 2,250 $335   $164,739,568 40
2009/07/01 10 $418,067 -45% 1,361 $307   $165,157,635 41
2009/07/02 10 $506,036 +21% 1,361 $372   $165,663,671 42
2009/07/03 10 $877,659 +73% 1,419 $619   $166,541,330 43
2009/07/04 9 $572,638 -35% 1,419 $404   $167,113,968 44
2009/07/05 10 $592,991 +4% 1,419 $418   $167,706,959 45
2009/07/06 10 $317,603 -46% 1,419 $224   $168,024,562 46
2009/07/07 10 $343,957 +8% 1,419 $242   $168,368,519 47
2009/07/08 10 $332,034 -3% 1,419 $234   $168,700,553 48
2009/07/09 9 $331,969 n/c 1,419 $234   $169,032,522 49
2009/07/10 10 $515,781 +55% 854 $604   $169,548,303 50
2009/07/11 11 $596,526 +16% 854 $699   $170,144,829 51
2009/07/12 11 $340,355 -43% 854 $399   $170,485,184 52
2009/07/13 11 $176,695 -48% 854 $207   $170,661,879 53
2009/07/14 10 $186,484 +6% 854 $218   $170,848,363 54
2009/07/15 12 $105,068 -44% 447 $235   $170,953,431 55
2009/07/16 13 $107,363 +2% 447 $240   $171,060,794 56
2009/07/17 13 $245,269 +128% 515 $476   $171,306,063 57
2009/07/18 12 $326,928 +33% 515 $635   $171,632,991 58
2009/07/19 15 $187,374 -43% 515 $364   $171,820,365 59
2009/07/20 12 $111,804 -40% 515 $217   $171,932,169 60
2009/07/21 11 $149,413 +34% 515 $290   $172,081,582 61
2009/07/22 11 $139,453 -7% 515 $271   $172,221,035 62
2009/07/23 11 $147,210 +6% 515 $286   $172,368,245 63
2009/07/24 16 $215,230 +46% 396 $544   $172,583,475 64
2009/07/25 15 $265,298 +23% 396 $670   $172,848,773 65
2009/07/26 16 $169,466 -36% 396 $428   $173,018,239 66
2009/07/27 - $90,044 -47% 396 $227   $173,108,283 67
2009/07/28 16 $117,250 +30% 396 $296   $173,225,533 68
2009/07/29 16 $117,722 n/c 396 $297   $173,343,255 69
2009/07/30 16 $111,422 -5% 396 $281   $173,454,677 70
2009/07/31 - $172,784 +55% 349 $495   $173,627,461 71
2009/08/01 - $230,391 +33% 349 $660   $173,857,852 72
2009/08/02 - $155,185 -33% 349 $445   $174,013,037 73
2009/08/03 - $86,540 -44% 349 $248   $174,099,577 74
2009/08/04 - $103,546 +20% 349 $297   $174,203,123 75
2009/08/05 - $94,312 -9% 349 $270   $174,297,435 76
2009/08/06 - $92,154 -2% 349 $264   $174,389,589 77
2009/08/07 - $152,509 +65% 329 $464   $174,542,098 78
2009/08/08 - $185,839 +22% 329 $565   $174,727,937 79
2009/08/09 - $128,709 -31% 329 $391   $174,856,646 80
2009/08/10 - $70,856 -45% 329 $215   $174,927,502 81
2009/08/11 - $87,517 +24% 329 $266   $175,015,019 82
2009/08/12 - $78,320 -11% 329 $238   $175,093,339 83
2009/08/13 - $79,121 +1% 329 $240   $175,172,460 84
2009/08/14 - $112,114 +42% 278 $403   $175,284,574 85
2009/08/15 - $151,929 +36% 278 $547   $175,436,503 86
2009/08/16 - $102,228 -33% 278 $368   $175,538,731 87
2009/08/17 - $55,469 -46% 278 $200   $175,594,200 88
2009/08/18 - $67,772 +22% 278 $244   $175,661,972 89
2009/08/19 - $61,851 -9% 278 $222   $175,723,823 90
2009/08/20 - $62,546 +1% 278 $225   $175,786,369 91
2009/08/21 - $94,550 +51% 266 $355   $175,880,919 92
2009/08/22 - $130,413 +38% 266 $490   $176,011,332 93
2009/08/23 - $76,080 -42% 266 $286   $176,087,412 94
2009/08/24 - $34,499 -55% 266 $130   $176,121,911 95
2009/08/25 - $36,720 +6% 266 $138   $176,158,631 96
2009/08/26 - $33,346 -9% 266 $125   $176,191,977 97
2009/08/27 - $30,707 -8% 266 $115   $176,222,684 98
2009/08/28 - $64,912 +111% 232 $280   $176,287,596 99
2009/08/29 - $111,832 +72% 232 $482   $176,399,428 100
2009/08/30 - $62,480 -44% 232 $269   $176,461,908 101
2009/08/31 - $20,244 -68% 232 $87   $176,482,152 102
2009/09/01 - $19,389 -4% 232 $84   $176,501,541 103
2009/09/02 - $19,569 +1% 232 $84   $176,521,110 104
2009/09/03 - $18,629 -5% 232 $80   $176,539,739 105
2009/09/04 - $43,672 +134% 205 $213   $176,583,411 106
2009/09/05 - $75,865 +74% 205 $370   $176,659,276 107
2009/09/06 - $73,612 -3% 205 $359   $176,732,888 108
2009/09/07 31 $61,505 -16% 205 $300   $176,794,393 109
2009/09/08 - $9,706 -84% 205 $47   $176,804,099 110
2009/09/09 - $6,652 -31% 205 $32   $176,810,751 111
2009/09/10 - $6,294 -5% 205 $31   $176,817,045 112
2009/09/11 - $28,045 +346% 162 $173   $176,845,090 113
2009/09/12 - $53,615 +91% 162 $331   $176,898,705 114
2009/09/13 - $25,913 -52% 162 $160   $176,924,618 115
2009/09/14 - $5,589 -78% 162 $35   $176,930,207 116
2009/09/15 - $6,199 +11% 162 $38   $176,936,406 117
2009/09/16 - $6,573 +6% 162 $41   $176,942,979 118
2009/09/17 - $6,076 -8% 162 $38   $176,949,055 119
2009/09/18 - $20,627 +239% 119 $173   $176,969,682 120
2009/09/19 - $38,795 +88% 119 $326   $177,008,477 121
2009/09/20 - $21,911 -44% 119 $184   $177,030,388 122
2009/09/21 - $4,314 -80% 119 $36   $177,034,702 123
2009/09/22 - $5,042 +17% 119 $42   $177,039,744 124
2009/09/23 - $4,689 -7% 119 $39   $177,044,433 125
2009/09/24 - $4,769 +2% 119 $40   $177,049,202 126
2009/09/25 - $20,983 +340% 97 $216   $177,070,185 127
2009/09/26 - $34,787 +66% 97 $359   $177,104,972 128
2009/09/27 - $13,803 -60% 97 $142   $177,118,775 129
2009/09/28 - $3,672 -73% 97 $38   $177,122,447 130
2009/09/29 - $3,498 -5% 97 $36   $177,125,945 131
2009/09/30 - $3,458 -1% 97 $36   $177,129,403 132
2009/10/01 - $2,991 -14% 97 $31   $177,132,394 133
2009/10/02 - $11,159 +273% 70 $159   $177,143,553 134
2009/10/03 - $17,805 +60% 70 $254   $177,161,358 135
2009/10/04 - $10,149 -43% 70 $145   $177,171,507 136
2009/10/05 - $1,770 -83% 70 $25   $177,173,277 137
2009/10/06 - $2,576 +46% 70 $37   $177,175,853 138
2009/10/07 - $1,934 -25% 70 $28   $177,177,787 139
2009/10/08 - $2,726 +41% 70 $39   $177,180,513 140
2009/10/09 - $6,701 +146% 39 $172   $177,187,214 141
2009/10/10 - $11,231 +68% 39 $288   $177,198,445 142
2009/10/11 - $6,485 -42% 39 $166   $177,204,930 143
2009/10/12 - $3,055 -53% 39 $78   $177,207,985 144
2009/10/13 - $1,350 -56% 39 $35   $177,209,335 145
2009/10/14 - $1,058 -22% 39 $27   $177,210,393 146

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/05/22 1 $54,173,286   4,096 $13,226   $54,173,286 3
2009/05/29 2 $24,353,868 -55% 4,101 $5,939   $104,150,268 10
2009/06/05 4 $14,634,988 -40% 3,807 $3,844   $127,326,188 17
2009/06/12 4 $9,616,907 -34% 3,365 $2,858   $143,463,712 24
2009/06/19 6 $7,807,185 -19% 2,962 $2,636   $156,459,744 31
2009/06/26 9 $3,643,522 -53% 2,250 $1,619   $163,391,192 38
2009/07/03 10 $2,043,288 -44% 1,419 $1,440   $167,706,959 45
2009/07/10 11 $1,452,662 -29% 854 $1,701   $170,485,184 52
2009/07/17 13 $759,571 -48% 515 $1,475   $171,820,365 59
2009/07/24 16 $649,994 -14% 396 $1,641   $173,018,239 66
2009/07/31 19 $558,360 -14% 349 $1,600   $174,013,037 73
2009/08/07 20 $467,057 -16% 329 $1,420   $174,856,646 80
2009/08/14 23 $366,271 -22% 278 $1,318   $175,538,731 87
2009/08/21 26 $301,043 -18% 266 $1,132   $176,087,412 94
2009/08/28 30 $239,224 -21% 232 $1,031   $176,461,908 101
2009/09/04 32 $193,149 -19% 205 $942   $176,732,888 108
2009/09/11 37 $107,573 -44% 162 $664   $176,924,618 115
2009/09/18 43 $81,333 -24% 119 $683   $177,030,388 122
2009/09/25 50 $69,573 -14% 97 $717   $177,118,775 129
2009/10/02 58 $39,113 -44% 70 $559   $177,175,507 136
2009/10/09 62 $24,417 -38% 39 $626   $177,204,930 143
2009/10/16 80 $8,565 -65% 17 $504   $177,220,561 150
2009/10/23 76 $10,787 +26% 25 $431   $177,233,619 157
2009/10/30 88 $5,353 -50% 10 $535   $177,243,721 164

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/6/200911,629,704 1,629,704$16,863,036$16,863,0361
12/13/20094633,242-61% 2,262,946$10,560,830$27,423,8662
12/20/20099331,645-48% 2,594,591$5,516,815$32,940,6813
12/27/20099365,770+10% 2,960,361$5,850,491$38,791,1734
1/3/20101861,493-83% 3,021,854$1,000,743$39,791,9165
1/10/20101578,734+28% 3,100,588$1,248,359$41,040,2756
1/31/20101835,419 3,204,449$490,458$42,575,6229
2/7/20101548,460+37% 3,252,909$662,763$43,238,38610
2/21/20106207,513 3,492,759$2,365,212$46,021,45312
2/28/20102749,822-76% 3,542,581$613,344$46,634,79713

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/6/20092208,049 208,049$4,004,945$4,004,9451
12/13/2009793,739-55% 301,788$1,873,850$5,878,7952
12/20/20091093,604n/c395,393$1,871,152$7,749,9473
12/27/20091077,938-17% 473,331$1,557,984$9,307,9314
1/24/20101916,839 515,915$299,402$10,065,1028
2/7/20101219,592 545,985$298,187$10,541,31210
2/28/2010553,906 613,439$808,044$11,552,42313

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