Over the Hedge

Over the Hedge poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $155,019,340Details
International Box Office $180,983,641
Worldwide Box Office $336,002,981
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $131,258,084 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $131,258,084
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
75% - Certified Fresh
Audience
71% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 19th, 2006 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: October 17th, 2006 by Dreamworks Video
MPAA Rating: PG for some rude humor and mild comic action
Keywords: Independent/Other Comics
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction

Ice Age Heats up the Home Market

There was a new number one this week as Ice Age: The Meltdown led both the sales and the rental charts. In the latter it took in $10.26 million for the week, less than $1 million above The Da Vinci Code's $9.35 million haul. More...

International Details - Devil Drops Out of Top Five

Late numbers for the international weekend meant there was a shakeup in the top five with Saw III trading places with The Devil Wears Prada. Saw III took fourth with $6.54 million on 1912 screens in 20 markets for a total of $37.18 million. Meanwhile, The Devil Wears Prada fell to sixth with $5.87 million on 2452 screens in 23 markets for a total of $172.54 million. It was also the first time in nearly two months that the film didn't place in the top five on the international box office. More...

Cars Lap Competition on Home Market

Cars led a group of new releases that dominated the sales charts this week, however, it had to settle for a very close second place on the rental charts. Leading the way was Mission: Impossible: III with $9.31 million while Cars took in $9.24 million. More...

International Details - Box Office is Far From Dead

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name held on strong adding $5.12 million on 397 screens in 2 markets for a two week total of $20.85 million. In Japan the film remained in top spot with $4.66 million on 346 screens for a two week total of $19.34 million. More...

International Details - Death has a Noteworthy Start

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name opened in two market last weekend taking in a total of $7.29 million on 393 screens including finishing first in Japan with $6.50 million on 342 screen over the weekend and $10.33 million in total. In the mean time, the film opened in second place in South Korea with a respectable total of $1.37 million, which includes more than just the weekend, obviously. More...

New Releases are Nearly Impossible to Find on Home Market Charts

New releases were nearly shut out of the charts this week, however, one new release that did make the charts was Mission: Impossible: III, which earned top spot with $9.08 million. More...

International Details - Partying on the International Charts

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals saw impressive growth this week up 52% to $4.26 million on 2035 screens in 20 markets for an international total of $16.58 million. The film opened in a handful of markets including placing first in Mexico with $927,000 on 310 screens, but that's a little low for this type of film in that market. Also, it missed the top five in Spain opening in sixth place with $651,000 on 220 screens. The film's biggest market of the weekend was the U.K. where it was down just 27% to $1.41 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.66 million after two. More...

Nacho Takes Down the Competition

It was a great week for new releases with three new film in the top five, including a first place finish for Nacho Libre. During the film's first week of release on DVD, it earned $7.16 million in total rentals, which put it just ahead of the second place film, The Break-Up, and its $6.93 million. More...

Click Wins Close Contest

Despite a glut of new releases Click was able to remain on the top of the rental charts. This week it dipped just 20% to $9.03 million over the week and $20.54 million after two. More...

DVD Releases for October 17, 2006

It's a rather slow week for DVD releases with fewer than normal instantly jumping out as must haves. There were some contenders for DVD Pick of the Week with the top two being Masters of Horror: Larry Cohen - Pick Me Up - Buy from Amazon and Over the Hedge - Buy from Amazon. If I were to give the edge to one of them, it would be Over the Hedge. More...

International Details - Marching to the Top

The German Film, Deutschland. Ein Sommermarchen, which could translate into English as Germany, A Summer March, but I wouldn't bet money on it. ... Moving on, The film took top spot in its native market with $7.19 million on 584 screens and that was enough for sixth place overall. More...

International Details - Glorious Beginning

Indigenes, a.k.a. Days of Glory, opened in first place in its native France with $5.53 million on 460 screens while it managed ninth in Switzerland with $76,000 despite opening on only 8 screens. The film opened on Wednesday in Belgium before expanding to other European market in the coming weeks. More...

International Details - Banquet Satisfies Millions More

Ye Yan, a.k.a., The Banquet opened in third place in South Korea with $1.04 million on 183 screens over the weekend and $1.24 million in total. That helped the Chinese film place sixth overall with $5.52 million on 734 screens in 6 markets lifting its international total to $15.94 million, which is just above its production budget. More...

International Details - Garfield Continues to Gobble Up the International Box Office

No new openings left Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties down 40% to $5.87 million on 3779 screens in 32 markets for a total of $90.08 million. It was reported that the film broke a record for an animated film in China with $6.7 million putting it ahead of The Lion King, which is a strange thing to report since the movie isn't animated. Sure, it has a CG lead, but that's not the same. As for the film's prospects for the future, hitting $100 million internationally is academic at this point and with several openings to go, including previews in Australia this weekend, the film could finish with close to the $125 million earned by the original. More...

You, Me, Dupree, and the International Details

A first place opening in the U.K. helped You, Me & Dupree shoot up the charts nearly reaching the top five. While it did have to settle for sixth place, its $4.32 million on 914 screens in 8 markets was enough to push its still early international total to $13.01 million. Over in the U.K., the film picked up $3.10 million on 409 screens and that was more than double its nearest competitor. The film opened in Iceland over the weekend earning second place to Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties with $42,000 in three theatres. More...

International Details - House hasn\'t become a Monster Hit

Monster House climbed one spot to sixth with $4.48 million on 1498 screens in 14 markets for total of $20.33 million at the international box office. The film added two more midlevel markets but bombed in both. In the Netherlands the film missed the top ten with $89,000 on 65 screens over the weekend and $100,000 in total while it was only slightly better in Poland earning sixth place with $71,000 on 48 screens. Holdovers, on the other hand, were better than expected with the film down a mere 16% during its second weekend in the U.K. with $1.61 million on 425 screens for a total of $5.83 million. More...

International Top Five - Pirates Undisputed Champions of International Waters

For the fifth week in a row, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest dominated the international box office earning nearly five times what its nearest competition took in. Over the weekend it brought in $57.32 million on 8208 screens in 50 markets for a total of $392.22 million internationally and $771.92 million worldwide, (at the end of the weekend). A large chunk of this weekend's haul come from new openings, including a phenomenal $17.8 million on 700 screens in France. Other debuts include Hong Kong, ($1.6 million on 35 screens), and South Africa, ($670,000). The film is already the highest grossing movie of the year worldwide, and with strong holds and openings in Spain and Italy still to go, it could top The Da Vinci Code's international total as well, a total that currently sits at $530.38 million. More...

International Details - Hedge Still a Success Overseas

Over the Hedge may have slipped out of the top five landing in sixth place this week, but it is still bringing in plenty at the box office. After earning $7.12 million on 3877 screens in 33 markets the film now has $121.76 million internationally and is closing in on its domestic total with several more markets left to open in. Its biggest market was again Germany with $1.49 million on 743 screens over the weekend for a four-week total of $14.26 million. Should it perform well in Japan and Italy, it will have no trouble reaching $300 million worldwide. And while that is low compared to the historical averages for digitally animated films, but is still a great result. More...

International Top Five - Pirates Reach Major Milestone

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest added another 10 markets to its international run as it again top the charts with $60.10 million on 6079 screens for a total of $214.10 million internationally. The film became the fifth film of the year to earn $200 million internationally and the third to cross $500 million worldwide. Among the host of number one openings this week were Japan at $16.65 million on 761 screens and Mexico with $5.67 million on 791 screens. Other impressive debuts include Brazil, ($3.1 million), Argentina ($1.3 million), Poland ($1.17 million), and Chile ($1.1 million). Its biggest market overall continues to be the U.K. where it added $7.19 million on 520 screens to its running tally of $58.48 million while it has topped $20 million on both Australia, ($21.68), and Russia, ($20.51). The film opens in Germany, France, and Spain in consecutive weekends before closing its international run with its Italian debut in September. More...

International Top Five - Pirates\' Extend International Reach

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest opened in another 17 markets over the weekend taking first place in all of them while adding $58 million on 3,336 screens. This gave it a two-week international total of $125 million and helped it become the seventh film this year to top $100 million internationally. The film's best opening of the week was in Russia where it captured 85% of the market while scoring a record-breaking $9.24 million on 552 screens over the weekend and $10.87 million in total. It also broke records in a trio of smaller markets: Singapore with $1.8 million on 65 screens, Malaysia with $1.1 million on 70 and in the Ukraine with $1 million on 125. Other multi-million dollar openings were Sweden, ($3.49 million on 127), Denmark, ($2.58 million on 85), and Netherlands, ($2.22 million on 132). Holdovers remained strong led by the U.K. at $11.14 million on 514 screens for a total of $49.23 million, but that was down 47% from its opening. On the other hand, the film was down just 32% in South Korea to $3.84 million on 396 screens over the weekend and $13.55 million in total and 37% in Australia to $5.31 million on 490 screens for a two-week total of $17.32 million. More...

Men, Dupree are Not So Little while Pirates Procure more Plunder

The news was mostly good over the weekend with practically every film in the top five beating expectations, and the only one that didn't, Pirates of the Caribbean, missing by a rounding error. However, the overall box office was still down a huge 27% from last weekend to $159 million. More significantly, it was down 4% from the same weekend last year breaking 2006's eight-week winning streak. Even so, strong midweek numbers allowed 2006 to stretch its lead over 2005 to a very healthy 6%. More...

International Top Five - Pirates Rule International Waters

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest started its international run with day-and-date releases in seven markets and on 1552 screens earning an astounding $46.64 million. Over half of that total came from the U.K. where it debuted in first place with $21.21 million on 514 screens over the weekend and $25.41 million in total. That was the film's only 8-figure opening, but it also did well in Australia with $8.33 million on 489 screens and New Zealand with $1.17 million on 95 screens. The film set a record for top opening for a Hollywood film in South Korea with $8.4 million on 450 screens while topping the market in Taiwan with $1.9 million on 18, Thailand with $1.4 million on 110, and an estimated $100,000 in Uruguay. In most markets the film earned double what its predecessor made. However, if one were to look for a downside, you'd quickly notice that the film didn't break nearly as many records internationally as it did domestically. It was a top ten all-time opening in many markets, but not the colossal it was here. More...

International Top Five - Superman Lives Up to His Name Internationally

Superman Returns started its staggered international release schedule with a first place, $22.13 million opening on 1779 screens in 11 markets. Highlights include a $3.88 million Australian debut on 409 screens and a $3.79 million debut on 355 screens in South Korea, ($5.00 million including Thursday). In both markets the film finished first. The rest of the markets were decidedly smaller, but the film still cracked $1 million in the Philippines with $2.58 million on 81, (while bringign in 90% of the market), Taiwan with $1.58 million on 151 screens, India with $1.49 million 274, Thailand with $1.47 million on 204, and Singapore with $1.16 million on 73. The film has no major openings this weekend and will slip to second with the debut of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, but the two should battle for supremacy over the coming weeks. More...

International Top Five - World Cup Kills Competition

With the World Cup heating up, the vast majority of the world was focuses on the world of sports and movies were a distant second choice for entertainment. No film was able to top $10.0 million internationally over the weekend while number one openings in a handful of markets helped Poseidon top the charts. Over the weekend the film earned $8.90 million on 3982 screens in 46 markets for a total of $83.16 million. Its best debut came from Russia where it made $1.9 million on 371 screens over the weekend and $2.6 million in total while it took in $997,000 on 291 screens in Brazil. Other number one debuts include $378,000 on 60 screens over the weekend in Belgium, ($445,000 in total), and $255,000 on 134 in Turkey. The film has yet to opened in Germany, among other markets and should have no trouble reaching $100 million internationally, however, that isn't enough by a long shot. More...

International Details - Furious\' Start not quite Fast Enough

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift started its international run last weekend but missed the top five with $7.93 million on 810 screens in 8 markets. The film took first place in five markets, including the U.K. with $3.35 million on 415 screens, in Australia with $2.28 million on 221 screens, and New Zealand with $444,000 on 53 screens. This is inline with what the original opened with in those markets, but with shorter legs due to Sequelitis it won't have as high a final box office. More...

International Details - Treat for Trick 2

Trick 2 opened in its native Japan finishing in a close second with $3.83 million on 282 screens. That was enough for sixth place on the overall charts and the best per screen average in the top 30. More...

Pixar Wins, but Victory not as Sweet as in Years Past

The weekend went more or less according to plan. Cars won the box office crown with ease, but it just didn't quite earn as much as most had expected. This didn't hurt the overall box office too much as it reached $154 million, up 13.3% from last weekend and more importantly up 6.8% from the same weekend last year. This puts the summer box office even with last year while year-to-date 2006 is up by 3%. More...

Pixar Running on Empty?

Movie analysts are holding their breath to see if Cars will be the first misstep from Pixar. It is true that the film is earning much weaker reviews than the company has averaged, but it still should be a massive box office hit. More...

International Top Five - Another Milestone for Da Vinci

The Da Vinci Code completed its three-peat, earning $51.61 million on 11,676 screens in 66 markets for a total of $408.86 million on the international scene. The film became only the 21st film to top $400 million internationally, and it should become the 12th to reach $500 million before too long. Worldwide the film has $580.82 million, placing it in 32nd spot on the All Time Charts and should have no trouble reaching $700 million and might even place in the top twenty before its run is over. As for individual markets, the film is still leading in many major markets including Germany ($6.19 million on 902 screens for a total of $38.79 million), Japan ($6.06 million on 822 screens and $45.95 million in total), Italy ($5.39 million on 747 screens for a $30.68 million total), as well as Spain ($2.69 million on 752 screens for a total of $25.77 million). The Da Vinci Code could top the charts next week as well, but with the World Cup starting, it will likely see huge declines in most major markets, especially those with teams participating in the two-week football tournament. More...

Break ends Up on Top while Stand Falls Down

The post-holiday weekend hit the box office hard as the total fell to $135.8 million, down a massive 30.5% from last weekend. But more importantly it was up by 3.3% from the same weekend last year, which is in line with the year-to-date gains. More...

International Details - Volver Vaults into Fourth Place

The one major change from the studio estimates was in fourth place as the Spanish film, Volver, grew by 15% to $4.55 million on 835 screens in 5 markets for a total of $21.33 million. The big surprise came in France where the film was up a massive 41% from its opened taking in $2.64 million on 333 screens for a two-week total of $5.53 million. Meanwhile, in Italy is was down a mere 16% to $1.11 million on 309 screens for a total of $3.30 million. More...

Taking a Break from Monster Hits

For the second weekend in a row there's only one wide release to deal with. However, unlike last weekend, there is no chance records will be broken, at least not the good kind. The weekend should keep pace with 2005, which saw the all three wide releases struggle. In fact, the one wide release this week could make more than all three did last year. More...

X Marks the Spot for Box Office Treasure

Records fell this weekend as X-Men: The Last Stand beat all expectations, so there's little surprise that the overall box office was also much stronger than expected. For the 3-day weekend it was up 20.3% from last weekend at $197 million, which was 6.9% higher than the same weekend last year. The total box office for the 4-day weekend was $242 million or 4.2% higher than last year. Year-to-date, 2006 is ahead of 2005 by a 3% margin, which is in line with ticket price inflation. More...

International Details - Mission: Second Place

Mission: Impossible 3 was knocked out of first place by The Da Vinci Code, but that was not a surprise to anyone. What was a surprise is the lack of staying power Mission: Impossible 3 has exhibited so far; this week the film fell a further 43% o $23.22 million on 6392 screens in 57 markets for a total of $164.32 million. Its best market of the weekend was the U.K. where it added $3.44 million on 445 screens to its total of $23.70 million. However, South Korea is close behind with $3.19 million on 330 screens for a total of $23.22 million. The film only as a few openings left and Japan is the only major player out there so unless a minor miracle happens Mission: Impossible 3 won't reach the heights that its predecessors did. More...

Mutants Hope to have a Memorable Weekend

Memorial Day long weekend is the busiest weekend of the year. Many times it has been compared to the Superbowl, and for good reason. Over the next four days more than 25 million people will go to see a movie, each of them will be inundated with ads for upcoming releases. Trailers, posters, stands, ads on their popcorn boxes, ads on their drinks, ads, ads, ads. If the films fail to bring in moviegoers this weekend, the effects will be felt for months. All this pressure falls on just one wide release and last week's superstar. More...

Da Vinci Da Stroys Competition

First of all, this headline represents the last of my Da Vinic Da puns, I promise. (On a side note, had the movie bombed I would have used Da Vinci Da Saster as the headline. Awful, isn't it?) Moving on... The Da Vinci Code was the only film able to earn more than $10,000 per theatre over the weekend with an incredible $77.1 million in 3,735 for a per theatre average of $20,635. That was more than double the second place film, fellow wide release Over the Hedge, which came close to making the $10,000 club with $9,475. More...

Da Vinci is Da Vine

It was a good news, bad news weekend. Good news, The Da Vinci Code had one of the biggest opening weekends of all time and that helped the overall box office climb 63.8% from last weekend to $163 million. Bad news, every other film in the top five missed expectations, leaving the box office of flat with the same weekend last year. Not all of the smaller, independent releases have reported yet, but when they do, this weekend should see just a tiny increase, one that would round to 0.0%, but that's compared to microscopic decline of 0.001% it is showing right now. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 13 - May 19

It was a good week for movie sites, although it's hard to tell looking just at the number of sites featured here. However, while the numbers of sites is low, the quality is very high with three sites in the running for the Weekly Website Award, (four if you include Casino Royale - Official Site, which I preemptively gave the award to when the placeholder site went live). Both The Break-Up - Official Site and Pulse - Official Site were also in the running, but in the end I went with See No Evil - Official Site. However, I expect the other two sites to win the award in later weeks. More...

Decoding Da Vinci

One of the most hotly anticipated movies of the year opens this weekend, as does the latest digitally animated movie. Neither film looks likely to break any opening weekend box office records on its own, but we could have the biggest one-two opening punch ever, and with their respective target audiences, both movies should have strong legs. Whatever happens, one record will be broken this weekend, although it's a mark that no-one will be proud of achieving. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 6 - May 12

There's a better than average selection on this week's list, but for the vast majority of the sites, there are only minor changes. The best of the bunch is Click - Official Site but there are a several other sites on this week's list that are just a update or two away from being an award winning site. More...

2006 Preview: May

There are quite a few sure-fire, monster hits coming out this month, although none looks likely to come close to the box office performance of last year's May champ, Revenge of the Sith. On the other hand, this time last year, the Summer Box Office season got off to a really, really bad start so we should at see some strong year-to-year gains, at least for the first two weeks. This should help 2006 extend its lead over 2005 and push ticket sales into the black. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 21 - April 28

The first of the new Friday edition Weekly Website Review column is here, but not without a hitch. We had a bit of a power outage early in the day so I did what any modern man would do when faced with the prospects of going without the Internet for an undetermined amount of time, I took a nap. Fortunately, I was mostly done before the power went out so there was no real affect on this week's list, but I am starting to this that this column is cursed. As for the list, its pretty average with the best of the bunch being A Scanner Darkly - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 14 - April 20

Another slow week and either I've lost my mojo for finding new and updated sites, or this is the calm before the storm that is the summer box office season. And speaking of Storm, the best of the bunch this week is X-Men: The Last Stand - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 6

It's a much busier week this week including several sites that I found through e-mails. Thanks for the tips. (On a side note, if you sent me an e-mail regarding a movie site and I forgot it, please send it again. It was a big list this week and I'm almost positive one or two sites slipped between the cracks.) Unfortunately, while there are plenty of sites on this week's list, there's not a lot of top notch ones. The movie on this list that made me the most excited was The Simpsons Movie, and that one doesn't even have an official movie site, just the teaser trailer. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 24 - March 30

Another week with less sites than I would have liked. (On a side note, it seems every time something weird happens it happens on a Thursday. This time its slight internet connection problems / memory leak. I think. Whatever it is, it's causing my computer to act really slowly.) This shorter list doesn't mean there isn't an award-worthy site and the best of the best is Over the Hedge - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 3 - February 9

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. It was the busiest week in more than a month, but there weren't many big launches or massive updates, so it is the slow-growing V For Vendetta - Official Site that earns the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 9 - December 15

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. We've hit another slow patch for movie websites, which is not unexpected since the most of the new site on this list are for films that open months from now so there's hardly any content, or open during the dead zone that is January. I would say the best of the rest would be King Kong - Official Site, but it is not strong enough to win the Weekly Website Award. More...

Cast

Bruce Willis    RJ
Garry Shandling    Verne
Steve Carell    Hammy
Wanda Sykes    Stella
William Shatner    Ozzie
Nick Nolte    Vincent
Thomas Haden Church    Dwayne
Allison Janney    Gladys
Eugene Levy    Lou
Catherine O'Hara    Penny
Avril Lavigne    Heather
Omid Djalili    Tiger
Jessica DiCicco    Shelby

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tim Johnson
Director    Karey Kirkpatrick
Screenwriter    Len Blum
Screenwriter    Lorne Cameron
Screenwriter    David Hoselton
Screenwriter    Karey Kirkpatrick
Character Creator    Michael Fry
Character Creator    T. Lewis
Producer    Bonnie Arnold
Executive Producer    Bill Damaschke
Co-Executive Producer    Jim Cox
Editor    John K. Carr
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Song Writer    Ben Folds
Music Producer    Hans Zimmer
Production Designer    Kathy Altieri
Art Director    Christian Schellewald
Art Director    Paul Shardlow
Visual Effects Supervisor    Craig Ring
Head of Story    Jeff Snow
Head of Layout    Damon O'Beirne
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard L. Anderson
Supervising Sound Editor    Thomas Jones
Sound Mixer    Randy Thom
Sound Mixer    Gary A. Rizzo
Associate Producer    Ellen Cross
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/19 2 $10,769,117   4,059 $2,653   $10,769,117 1
2006/05/20 2 $15,650,774 +45% 4,059 $3,856   $26,419,891 2
2006/05/21 2 $12,037,112 -23% 4,059 $2,966   $38,457,003 3
2006/05/22 2 $3,268,001 -73% 4,059 $805   $41,725,004 4
2006/05/23 2 $2,312,105 -29% 4,059 $570   $44,037,109 5
2006/05/24 2 $2,309,072 n/c 4,059 $569   $46,346,181 6
2006/05/25 2 $2,709,072 +17% 4,059 $667   $49,055,612 7
2006/05/26 3 $7,526,580 +178% 4,093 $1,839   $56,582,192 8
2006/05/27 3 $10,422,971 +38% 4,093 $2,547   $67,005,163 9
2006/05/28 3 $9,114,223 -13% 4,093 $2,227   $76,119,386 10
2006/05/29 3 $8,258,341 -9% 4,093 $2,018   $84,377,727 11
2006/05/30 3 $2,331,218 -72% 4,093 $570   $86,708,945 12
2006/05/31 3 $2,401,469 +3% 4,093 $587   $89,110,414 13
2006/06/01 3 $2,600,242 +8% 4,093 $635   $91,710,656 14
2006/06/02 3 $5,388,802 +107% 3,993 $1,350   $97,099,458 15
2006/06/03 3 $9,121,846 +69% 3,993 $2,284   $106,221,304 16
2006/06/04 3 $6,136,636 -33% 3,993 $1,537   $112,357,940 17
2006/06/05 3 $1,720,025 -72% 3,993 $431   $114,077,965 18
2006/06/06 4 $1,904,184 +11% 3,993 $477   $115,982,149 19
2006/06/07 4 $1,983,043 +4% 3,993 $497   $117,965,192 20
2006/06/08 4 $2,026,830 +2% 3,993 $508   $119,992,022 21
2006/06/09 6 $2,944,783 +45% 3,527 $835   $122,936,805 22
2006/06/10 6 $4,289,828 +46% 3,527 $1,216   $127,226,633 23
2006/06/11 5 $2,986,888 -30% 3,527 $847   $130,213,521 24
2006/06/12 5 $1,136,067 -62% 3,527 $322   $131,350,588 25
2006/06/13 5 $1,120,390 -1% 3,527 $318   $132,470,978 26
2006/06/14 5 $1,170,265 +4% 3,527 $332   $133,641,243 27
2006/06/15 5 $1,068,225 -9% 3,527 $303   $134,708,468 28
2006/06/16 10 $1,234,109 +16% 2,606 $474   $135,942,577 29
2006/06/17 10 $1,601,980 +30% 2,606 $615   $137,544,557 30
2006/06/18 10 $1,502,926 -6% 2,606 $577   $139,047,483 31
2006/06/19 10 $603,439 -60% 2,606 $232   $139,650,922 32
2006/06/20 10 $664,443 +10% 2,606 $255   $140,315,365 33
2006/06/21 8 $710,246 +7% 2,606 $273   $141,025,611 34
2006/06/22 8 $736,718 +4% 2,606 $283   $141,762,329 35
2006/07/14 18 $150,000   538 $279   $150,498,000 57
2006/07/15 19 $214,000 +43% 538 $398   $150,712,000 58
2006/07/16 18 $187,000 -13% 538 $348   $150,898,980 59
2006/07/17 16 $100,000 -47% 538 $186   $150,999,000 60
2006/07/18 16 $114,000 +14% 538 $212   $151,113,000 61
2006/07/19 16 $111,000 -3% 538 $206   $151,224,000 62
2006/07/20 16 $122,000 +10% 538 $227   $151,345,944 63
2006/07/24 - $51,000   329 $155   $151,759,000 67
2006/07/25 - $60,000 +18% 329 $182   $151,819,000 68
2006/07/26 - $61,000 +2% 329 $185   $151,879,000 69
2006/07/27 - $64,000 +5% 329 $195   $151,943,000 70
2006/08/04 - $136,000   380 $358   $153,131,000 78
2006/08/05 22 $169,000 +24% 380 $445   $153,300,000 79
2006/08/06 22 $125,000 -26% 380 $329   $153,426,211 80
2006/08/07 22 $65,000 -48% 380 $171   $153,491,000 81
2006/09/04 43 $34,506   200 $173   $155,019,340 109

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/19 2 $38,457,003   4,059 $9,475   $38,457,003 3
2006/05/26 3 $27,063,774 -30% 4,093 $6,612   $76,119,386 10
2006/06/02 3 $20,647,284 -24% 3,993 $5,171   $112,357,940 17
2006/06/09 6 $10,221,499 -50% 3,527 $2,898   $130,213,521 24
2006/06/16 10 $4,339,015 -58% 2,606 $1,665   $139,047,483 31
2006/06/23 11 $2,889,574 -33% 2,007 $1,440   $144,651,903 38
2006/06/30 15 $1,261,089 -56% 1,208 $1,044   $147,699,423 45
2006/07/07 16 $650,268 -48% 758 $858   $149,732,375 52
2006/07/14 18 $550,782 -15% 538 $1,024   $150,898,980 59
2006/07/21 21 $361,802 -34% 329 $1,100   $151,707,746 66
2006/07/28 17 $600,497 +66% 443 $1,356   $152,543,839 73
2006/08/04 22 $430,761 -28% 380 $1,134   $153,426,211 80
2006/08/11 28 $329,235 -24% 310 $1,062   $154,042,122 87
2006/08/18 28 $267,095 -19% 279 $957   $154,482,036 94
2006/08/25 36 $172,121 -36% 235 $732   $154,767,362 101
2006/09/01 41 $142,614 -17% 200 $713   $154,984,834 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/22/200613,253,870 3,253,870$51,638,917$51,638,9171
10/29/200621,015,207-69% 4,269,077$16,111,335$67,750,2522
11/5/20062753,870-26% 5,022,947$11,428,669$79,178,9213
11/12/20064312,543-59% 5,335,490$4,647,514$83,826,4364
11/19/20065251,490-20% 5,586,980$4,476,522$88,302,9585
11/26/20065744,537+196% 6,331,517$11,614,777$99,917,7356
12/3/200612186,498-75% 6,518,015$2,979,380$102,897,1157
12/10/200614294,775+58% 6,812,790$5,008,227$107,905,3428
12/17/200615272,640-8% 7,085,430$4,321,344$112,226,6869
12/24/200619388,084+42% 7,473,514$6,912,281$119,138,96710
3/27/20111368,150 7,991,631$804,654$127,553,398232
4/10/20111660,989 8,052,782$485,149$128,040,245234
4/24/20112485,158 8,138,301$607,321$128,650,173236
5/8/20111155,945 8,194,513$668,671$129,321,915238
5/15/20111145,297-19% 8,239,810$516,236$129,838,151239
5/22/20111070,171+55% 8,309,981$486,474$130,324,625240

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