Oz the Great and Powerful

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $234,770,996Details
International Box Office $254,800,000
Worldwide Box Office $489,570,996
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,384,873 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $24,216,459 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $50,601,332
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL follows Oscar Diggs, a small-time circus magician with dubious ethics, who is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz. There, Oscar thinks he’s hit the jackpot - fame and fortune are his for the taking - that is until he meets three witches, Theodora, Evanora and Glinda, who are not convinced he is the great wizard everyone’s been expecting. Reluctantly drawn into the epic problems facing the Land of Oz and its inhabitants, Oscar must find out who is good and who is evil before it is too late. Putting his magical arts to use, along with some ingenuity - and even a bit of wizardry - Oscar transforms himself not only into the great wizard but into a better man as well.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
59% - Rotten
Audience
56% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 8th, 2013 (Wide) by Walt Disney
March 8th, 2013 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
Video Release: June 11th, 2013 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of action and scary images, and brief mild language.
(Rating bulletin 2254, 1/9/2013)
Franchise: Wizard of Oz
Keywords: Prequel, Stage Magician, Visual Effects, 3-D, Good vs. Evil, Romance, Relationships Gone Wrong, Revenge, Witches
Source:Spin-Off
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Roth Films, Curtis-Donen Productions

Blu-ray Sales: New Releases are Broken Down

There was only one new release to chart on the week of July 28th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart and it only managed fourth place. This left 42 in first place with 109,000 units / $2.67 million for the week giving it two-week totals of 336,000 units / $7.89 million. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Feel Despicable

The new releases were terrible this week with only two of them reaching the top 30 and none of them reached the top 5 on the July 7th, 2013 DVD sales chart. Despicable Me rose to first place with 196,000 units / $2.19 million for the week for totals of 8.96 million units / $147.10 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Despicable Has Virtuous Result

New releases were even worse on the July 7th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart than they were on the DVD sales chart. Leading the way was Despicable Me with 88,000 units / $1.23 million for the week and 2.35 million units / $58.37 million after more than two-and-a-half years of release. This puts it just outside of the top 20 on the All-Time Blu-ray Chart, and it has already made it there as of the writing of this column. More...

DVD Sales: Calling New Releases

There was a quartet of new releases spread throughout the June 30th, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart. None were major hits, but at least The Call earned first place with 225,000 units / $3.88 million during its first week of release. It was only a midlevel hit at the box office, so this opening is on par with expectations, given the current state of the overall DVD market. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Holdovers Slay New Releases

There were only three new releases to chart on the June 30th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart, but all three of them reached the top ten. That said, Jack the Giant Killer remained in first place with 90,000 units / $2.24 million over the week for a total of 313,000 units / $7.40 million after two. More...

DVD Sales: Jack's Regular-Sized Opening

New releases were rather sparse on the June 23rd, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart. Granted, Jack the Giant Slayer did earn first place, but it was the only new release in the top five. It sold 319,000 units and generated $4.79 million in revenue, which is weak given the film's production budget. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Jack and Blu

There were five new releases to reach the chart on the June 23rd, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart, but most of them missed the top five. Jack the Giant Slayer earned first place with 234,000 units / $5.42 million, giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 42%. This is acceptable, but not great. More...

DVD Sales: Oz has a Relatively Powerful Start

New releases earned the top three spots on the DVD sales chart, but there was only one other to earn a spot in the top 30. Oz the Great and Powerful earned first place with 549,000 units / $9.97 million, which is a good result, given the time of year. More...

Blu-ray Sales: New Releases More Powerful in High Definition

There were a lot of new releases on the Blu-ray sales chart this week. This includes Oz the Great and Powerful, which led the way with 472,000 units / $13.21 million during its first week of release. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 46%, which is a good start for a visually impressive adventure film. More...

Home Market Numbers: Oz Revives Blu-ray

There were a handful of new releases to reach the top 20 on the Blu-ray sales chart this week, led by Oz the Great and Powerful, and this helped the overall Blu-ray market recover from last week. Sales were up 52% in terms of units and 46% in terms of revenue, reaching 1.58 million units / $34.71 million. Compared to last year, things were more mixed. 8% more units were sold, but 4% less revenue was generated. That's not great, but it is good enough to call it a victory. The overall Blu-ray share remained solid at 44% in terms of units and 52% in terms of revenue. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 11th, 2013

Another typical summer week on the home market. There are a few first-run releases, but nothing that is a blockbuster. There are more TV on DVD releases, including a couple that were contenders for Pick of the Week. This includes Burn Notice: Season Six, but the screener is late, so I'm holding off. Enter the Dragon gets an Anniversary Edition Blu-ray and it is a contender. However, in the end I went with The Newsroom: The Complete First Season on Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

International Box Office: Oblivion Begins Early

Oblivion started its international run a week before its domestic debut and it did so earning first place in 48 of the 52 markets it opened in. Overall, the film finished first with $60.43 million on 7,637 screens in 52 markets. This is a good start, but not a great start. Fortunately, the studio was only expecting a good start, so they should be happy. Its biggest market was Russia, where it earned $9.30 million on 873 screens, while it also did well in the U.K. with $7.59 million on 520. Its performance in South Korea was not as strong at $3.60 million on 631 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.17 million. The film had similar openings in France ($3.82 million on 574 screens) and in Australia ($3.46 million on 353). Spain ($2.95 million on 373); Mexico ($2.79 million on 1,091); and Germany ($2.77 million on 600) produced nearly identical results. Finally, Brazil ($2.09 million on 479) and Italy ($2.04 million on 503) were virtually tied. The film finished in first place in all of these markets, and going by these results, it should open in first place here with $40 million, or at least relatively close to that figure. More...

International Box Office: Retaliation Reigns, but China Dominates

Despite falling 50%, G.I. Joe: Retaliation remained in first place on the international chart with $40.2 million on 9,220 screens in 60 markets for a two-week total of $145.2 million. This is already more than it cost to make, but this decline is troubling. Its biggest market of the weekend was Russia, where it slipped to second place with $2.57 million on 1,267 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.25 million so far. More...

International Box Office: G.I. Joe Saves the World

G.I. Joe: Retaliation opened in first place with $80.3 million in 54 markets, which is already more than its domestic pace, and it has yet to open in Japan and China. Clearly this film is going to do better internationally than it will domestically, which is a trend we have been seeing for a long time. The film's biggest opening came from Russia with $8.84 million on 1,267 screens. It was also the number one film in South Korea with $5.14 million on 761 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.98 million. Germany was close behind with $4.29 million on 461 screens for a total opening of $4.67 million. The film topped the chart in Mexico with $4.13 million on 1,503 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.94 million. It also earned first place in Australia ($4.04 million on 412 screens), in France ($3.42 million on 487), and in Brazil ($2.77 million on 492 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.08 million). On the other hand, it only managed second place in both the U.K. with $4.25 million on 419 screens and in Spain with $1.71 million on 515 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $2.51 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Close Enough

While Easter Monday is a holiday up here in Canada, it's not in the United States and the weekend numbers have arrived. The numbers are good, or close enough to being good that I'm choosing to focus on the positive. G.I. Joe: Retaliation won the race for the top with an opening weekend that was a little better than expected. Meanwhile, Temptation also opened on the high end of expectations. On the other hand, The Host failed to live up to lowered expectations. Overall, the box office rose 6.1% from last week. Granted, it did fall compared to the same weekend last year, but it fell by less than 1% (0.99%) and compared to the year-to-date decline, that's positively glowing. I'm calling it a victory. That's right, 2013 has been so bad so far that I'm willing to call a 1% decline a victory. 2013 is still well behind 2012's pace at $2.27 billion to $2.59 billion, which is a deficit of 12% or nearly $330 million. More...

International Box Office: Croods Overpower Oz

The Croods debuted in first place on the international chart with $63.09 million on 11,709 screens in 46 markets, while its global opening was $106.73 million. The film led the way in Russia with $7.82 million on 2,166 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $12.65 million, including previews. It made $8.18 million on 521 screens in the U.K., also including previews, which was enough for an easy first place finish. Another first place victory came in Mexico, where it made $4.51 million on 1,990 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.80 million. It also debuted on top of the chart in Germany with $3.63 million on 728 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.21 million, while it had nearly identical results in Brazil with $3.35 million on 728 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.13 million. The film earned more number one debuts in Italy ($3.90 million on 711) and in Spain ($3.33 million on 763). More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Croods Club Competition

As expected, The Croods earned first place, but it didn't dominate as much as many thought it would, because Olympus Has Fallen did better than expected. The overall box office rose 29% from last weekend reaching $139 million. Unfortunately, again as expected, The Hunger Games earned more this weekend last year than the entire box office earned this year. The year-over-year decline was a massive 35%. That's stunning. That usually only happens when there is a misalignment in holidays. Year-to-date, 2013 is now behind 2012 by a 13% margin at $2.06 billion to $2.36 billion. Given the films coming out later this year and the films that came out last year, I just don't see a pathway to victory for 2013. More...

Weekend Predictions: New Releases Need to be Hungry

This is one of those weekends where it is really hard to get excited about the box office. That's not to say there's nothing opening that isn't either earning good reviews or has a solid shot at the box office, there are. However, this weekend last year is the weekend The Hunger Games debuted. No film opening this weekend will compete with that. The entire box office this year won't make as much as that one film made last year. 2013 is going to be crushed in the year-over-year comparison and it could be more than a little depressing. As for this year, The Croods should walk away with the number one ranking and might even make more than twice as much as the number two film, which will probably be Olympus Has Fallen. The last new release of the week is Admission, but it might not make the top five. In fact, Spring Breakers is expanding to a little more than 1,000 theaters, but still has a better shot at the top five than Admission has. More...

International Box Office: Oz Still Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful remained in first place with $48.2 million on 10,433 screens in 55 markets for totals of $138.6 million internationally and $282.7 million worldwide. The film took top spot in France with a hair under $5.00 million on 620 screens. During its second weekend in Russia, the film added $4.93 million on 1,137 screens for a total of $21.63 million so far. At this pace, it should have no trouble earning a profit. The only question is whether or not it will get there before it reaches the home market. More...

Per Theater Chart: Breaking the Bank

Spring Breakers dominated the per theater chart earning the best per theater average for any film of 2013. It opened with an average of $87,667 in three theaters. Had it opened with a total of $87,667 in three theaters, it would have been a great start. A fellow A24 release, Ginger & Rosa, was next with an average of $14,279, also in three theaters. Somebody Up There Likes Me fell 64%, but still earned a spot in the $10,000 club with $12,310 in its one theater. Oz the Great and Powerful was the final film to earn more than $10,000 on the per theater chart with an average of $10,545. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oz Still Great

As expected, Oz the Great and Powerful easily won the box office race this weekend matching predictions nearly perfectly. The Call was a surprise hit, but unfortunately, the other wide release for the week, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, failed to find an audience. The overall box office fell 23% from last weekend to $107 million. Its decline from last year was much smaller at just 2.9%, but with 2013 so far behind 2012, any loss is still troubling. We really need to close the gap, which is now at 12% at $2.14 billion to $1.88 billion. Next weekend, it is just going to get worse. More...

International Box Office: Oz Powers Its Way to the Top

Oz the Great and Powerful began its international run in first place with $69.2 million on 11,250 screens in 46 markets. It crushed the competition is Russia with $14.65 million on 1,137 screens, but this particular market tends to reward fantasy films. It wasn't quite as strong in the U.K., but still earned first place with $5.53 million on 530 screens. It also topped the charts in Mexico ($5.26 million on 207 screens); in Australia ($4.88 million on 268); in Brazil ($4.39 million 732); Italy ($3.76 million 588); Germany ($3.74 million on 548); and in Spain ($2.62 million on 649). On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in Japan with $2.81 million on 584 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.50 million. It could do no better than fourth in South Korea with $1.58 million on 425 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $1.73 million. It is too soon to tell where it will end up, but this is a good start. More...

Weekend Predictions: Close Call for Wonderstone?

There are two wide releases opening this week, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and The Call, but nearly everyone thinks Oz the Great and Powerful will repeat on top of the chart. Last year, 21 Jump Street opened with $36 million. Oz should match that, but 2012 still had better depth, so 2013 could be in a little bit of trouble on the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Great and Powerful Prizes: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Great and Powerful Prizes contest were determined and they are... More...

Per Theater Chart: Somebody Up There Likes These Films

There were a trio of films to top the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart. Somebody Up There Likes Me earned first place with $34,362 in its one theater. The overall number one film, Oz the Great and Powerful, earned second place with an average of $20,223 in nearly 4,000 theaters. The final film in the $10,000 club was The We and the I, which managed $10,774 in one theater. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oz Was as Great as Expected

Oz the Great and Powerful matched predictions perfectly with close to $80 million. The rest of the box office was well back, but there was still reason to celebrate, as the overall box office grew 28% from last weekend to $140 million. More importantly, it rose 5.4% from last year. Even so, 2013 is still way behind 2012's pace at $1.72 billion to $1.97 billion. I don't think 2013 can recover from this deficit, especially with 2012's biggest hits yet to come. More...

Oz Opening Powerful, not Quite Great

After a dismal showing for Jack the Giant Slayer last weekend, and generally soft box office all year, the industry has been in need of a boost. And it is getting one this weekend, with Oz The Great and Powerful opening to a robust $80.3 million, according to Disney's Sunday estimate. That's the third-biggest March weekend of all time, which is an impressive number of course. But the two films above it, The Hunger Games ($152 million) and Alice in Wonderland ($116 million), show what a true March blowout looks like, and this debut is much closer to The Lorax, which debuted with $70 million this time last year. That film went on to make $214 million domestically, and Oz will likely end up somewhere around that mark. Unless it delivers massive international numbers -- the studio has it at a very solid $69.9 million this weekend -- the film will end up basically a break-even proposition for the studio. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Oz Be Great or Just Good?

There are two wide releases opening this week, but their relative box office potentials could hardly be more different. Oz the Great and Powerful is opening in nearly 4,000 theaters and could make more than the rest of the box office combined. Dead Man Down, on the other hand, is opening in barely more than 2,000 theaters and on the low end of expectations, might not make the top five. The main competition for Oz is The Lorax, which opened last year with just over $70 million, while it made close to $40 million this weekend last year. If Oz fails to match that lower number, then the box office is in world of trouble. Let's be honest, the box office is already in a world of trouble, but if Oz bombs, then it is as good as dead. More...

2013 Preview: March

February is over, and for the most part, we should be very happy it is done and buried. The biggest hit of the month turned out to be Identity Thief, which will cross $100 million shortly. There were also a couple of impressive midlevel hits, like Warm Bodies and Escape from Planet Earth, but for the most part, it was miss after miss. This is bad news for March, which is not only dealing with a slumping 2013 box office, but will be compared with a strong March of 2012. Last March started with The Lorax, which earned more than $200 million. There's a good chance no March release this year will reach this milestone. Last March was also the month The Hunger Games opened, which earned more than $400 million. There's a chance the top three films opening this month won't earn that much combined. 2013 is going to take a beating in the year-over-year comparison and it is already $100 million behind last year's pace. More...

Contest: Great and Powerful Prizes

Oz The Great and Powerful isn't the only film opening wide next weekend, but it is the only film with a shot at top spot. As such, it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Oz The Great and Powerful. 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 Matlock: Season Eight 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 win a copy of Father Dowling Mysteries: The Second Season on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Cast

James Franco    Oz
Mila Kunis    Theodora/Wicked Witch of the West
Rachel Weisz    Evanora
Michelle Williams    Annie/Glinda
Zach Braff    Frank/Finley
Bill Cobbs    Master Tinker
Joey King    Girl in Wheelchair/China Girl
Tony Cox    Knuck
Stephen R. Hart    Winkie General
Abigail Leigh Spencer    May
Bruce Campbell    Winkie Gate Keeper
Ted Raimi    Skeptic in Audiance
Tim Holmes    Strongman
Toni Wynne    Stongman's Wife
Rob Crites    Fiebreather
William Duck    Front Gate Barker
Gene Jones    Wild West Barker
John Lord Booth III    Oz's Tent Barker
Suzanne Kelly    Concessioner
Shannon Murphy    Girl in Wheelchair's Mother
Ralph Lister    Gril in Wheelchair's Father
Robert Stromberg    Disgruntled Kansas Man
John Michael Manfredi    Disgruntled Kansas Man
Channing Pierce    Coochie Girl
Brian Searle    Clown
Russell Bobbitt    Mr. Baum
Julie Gershenson    Quadling Greeter
Dan Nelson    Quadling Man with Flowers
T.J. Jagodowski    Quadling Mayor
John Paxton    Elder Tinker
Melissa Exelberth    Quadling Woman with Broom
Steve Forbes    Quadling Farmer
Arnold Agee    Quadling Blacksmith
Deborah Puette    Quadling Baker
Julius Kline III    Quadling Scarecrow Maker
Theresa Tilly    Quadling Seamstress
Betsy Baker    Quadling Woman
Ellen Sandweiss    Quadling Woman
Isabella Shepard    Quadling Child
Sasha Reynolds    Quadling Child
Ja'Vonne Cousins    Quadling Child
Victoria Lurz    Quadling Child
Dashell Raimi    Quadling Bugle Boy
Oliver Raimi    Quadling Drummer Boy
Brandon Hamilton    Singing/Dancing Munchkin
Stevie 'Puppet' Lee    Munchkin Carriage Driver
Martin Klebba    Munchkin Rebel
Danielle Ragland    Female Munchkin Rebel
Bart McCarthy    Emerald City Man
Timothy Patrick Quill    Emerald City Man
Nicholas Lindsay-Abaire    Emerald City Boy
Bill E. Rogers    Emerald City Citizen
Danny Hicks    Emerald City Citizen
Mia Serafino    Emerald City Citizen
Lanika Wise    Emerald City Citizen
Mikayla Bouchard    Emerald City Citizen
Nellie Ann Prestine-Lowery    Emerald City Citizen
Emma Raimi    Emerald City Citizen
Jayne Violassi    Emerald City Citizen
Jay Schwalm    Emerald City Citizen
Wendy Cutler    Emerald City Citizen
Jim Bird    Emerald City Citizen
Kenneth D. Ciszewski    Emerald City Citizen
Chester F. Gulmet    Emerald City Citizen
Bob Buck    Emerald City Citizen
Jim Mill    Emerald City Citizen

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Sam Raimi
Screenwriter    Michell Kapner
Screenwriter    David Lindsay-Abaire
Screen Story    Michell Kapner
Based on the works of    L. Frank Baum
Producer    Joe Roth
Executive Producer    Grant Curtis
Executive Producer    Palak Patel
Executive Producer    Josh Donen
Executive Producer    Philip Steuer
Director of Photography    Peter Deming
Production Designer    Robert Stromberg
Film Editor    Bob Murawski
Costume Designer    Gary Jones
Costume Designer    Michael Kutsche
Composer    Danny Elfman
Visual Effects Supervisor    Scott Stokdyk
Special Make-up Effects    Greg Nicotero
Special Make-up Effects    Howard Berger
Casting    John Papsidera
Unit Production Manager    W. Mark McNair
Unit Production Manager    Philip Steuer
First Assistant Director    K.C. Hodenfield
Second Assistant Director    Jeffrey Schwartz
Second Assistant Director    Jeff Okabayashi
Co-Producer    Tamara Watts Kent
Visual Effects Producer    Tamara Watts Kent
Co-Producer    K.C. Hodenfield
Co-Producer    W. Mark McNair
Animation Supervisor Imageworks    Troy Saliba
Senior Visual Effects Producer    Diana Stulic Ibanez
Associate Producer    Debbi Bossi
Stunt Coordinator    Scott Rogers
Production Supervisor    Matthew Hirsch
Production Supervisor    Brittney Nance
Supervising Art Director    Stefan Dechant
Supervising Art Director    Todd Cherniawsky
Art Director    Andrew Jones
Art Director    Iain McFadyen
Art Director    John Lord Booth III
Art Director    Meghan Rogers
Set Decorator    Nancy Haigh
Set Designer    Easton Smith

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/03/08 1 $24,096,622   3,912 $6,160   $24,096,622 1
2013/03/09 1 $33,017,570 +37% 3,912 $8,440   $57,114,192 2
2013/03/10 1 $21,996,261 -33% 3,912 $5,623   $79,110,453 3
2013/03/11 1 $6,322,016 -71% 3,912 $1,616   $85,432,469 4
2013/03/12 1 $7,108,000 +12% 3,912 $1,817   $92,540,469 5
2013/03/13 1 $5,134,381 -28% 3,912 $1,312   $97,674,850 6
2013/03/14 1 $5,128,774 n/c 3,912 $1,311   $102,803,624 7
2013/03/15 1 $11,384,147 +122% 3,912 $2,910   $114,187,771 8
2013/03/16 1 $18,221,991 +60% 3,912 $4,658   $132,409,762 9
2013/03/17 1 $11,646,564 -36% 3,912 $2,977   $144,056,326 10
2013/03/18 1 $2,903,718 -75% 3,912 $742   $146,960,044 11
2013/03/19 1 $3,293,392 +13% 3,912 $842   $150,253,436 12
2013/03/20 1 $2,692,504 -18% 3,912 $688   $152,945,940 13
2013/03/21 1 $2,582,193 -4% 3,912 $660   $155,528,133 14
2013/03/22 3 $5,637,056 +118% 3,805 $1,481   $161,165,189 15
2013/03/23 3 $9,744,250 +73% 3,805 $2,561   $170,909,439 16
2013/03/24 3 $6,187,651 -36% 3,805 $1,626   $177,097,090 17
2013/03/25 3 $2,251,262 -64% 3,805 $592   $179,348,352 18
2013/03/26 3 $2,699,578 +20% 3,805 $709   $182,047,930 19
2013/03/27 3 $2,158,594 -20% 3,805 $567   $184,206,524 20
2013/03/28 3 $2,465,876 +14% 3,805 $648   $186,672,400 21
2013/03/29 6 $4,310,307 +75% 3,324 $1,297   $190,982,707 22
2013/03/30 5 $4,456,348 +3% 3,324 $1,341   $195,439,055 23
2013/03/31 5 $2,935,661 -34% 3,324 $883   $198,374,716 24
2013/04/01 4 $1,854,673 -37% 3,324 $558   $200,229,389 25
2013/04/02 5 $1,563,182 -16% 3,324 $470   $201,792,571 26
2013/04/03 5 $1,326,831 -15% 3,324 $399   $203,119,402 27
2013/04/04 4 $1,477,316 +11% 3,324 $444   $204,596,718 28
2013/04/05 7 $2,450,456 +66% 2,905 $844   $207,047,174 29
2013/04/06 7 $3,454,755 +41% 2,905 $1,189   $210,501,929 30
2013/04/07 7 $2,105,023 -39% 2,905 $725   $212,606,952 31
2013/04/08 7 $443,585 -79% 2,905 $153   $213,050,537 32
2013/04/09 7 $539,873 +22% 2,905 $186   $213,590,410 33
2013/04/10 7 $444,627 -18% 2,905 $153   $214,035,037 34
2013/04/11 7 $486,375 +9% 2,905 $167   $214,521,412 35
2013/04/12 9 $1,236,198 +154% 2,504 $494   $215,757,610 36
2013/04/13 8 $2,274,815 +84% 2,504 $908   $218,032,425 37
2013/04/14 8 $1,348,945 -41% 2,504 $539   $219,381,370 38
2013/04/15 9 $325,711 -76% 2,504 $130   $219,707,081 39
2013/04/16 9 $383,659 +18% 2,504 $153   $220,090,740 40
2013/04/17 9 $309,003 -19% 2,504 $123   $220,399,743 41
2013/04/18 9 $322,365 +4% 2,504 $129   $220,722,108 42
2013/04/19 10 $764,634 +137% 2,045 $374   $221,486,742 43
2013/04/20 10 $1,435,612 +88% 2,045 $702   $222,922,354 44
2013/04/21 10 $804,398 -44% 2,045 $393   $223,726,752 45
2013/04/22 10 $168,203 -79% 2,045 $82   $223,894,955 46
2013/04/23 10 $204,101 +21% 2,045 $100   $224,099,056 47
2013/04/24 10 $176,835 -13% 2,045 $86   $224,275,891 48
2013/04/25 10 $172,248 -3% 2,045 $84   $224,448,139 49
2013/04/26 13 $429,636 +149% 1,610 $267   $224,877,775 50
2013/04/27 13 $835,752 +95% 1,610 $519   $225,713,527 51
2013/04/28 12 $545,218 -35% 1,610 $339   $226,258,745 52
2013/04/29 13 $129,263 -76% 1,610 $80   $226,388,008 53
2013/04/30 13 $133,546 +3% 1,610 $83   $226,521,554 54
2013/05/01 13 $108,558 -19% 1,610 $67   $226,630,112 55
2013/05/02 13 $115,820 +7% 1,610 $72   $226,745,932 56
2013/05/03 7 $724,098 +525% 1,160 $624   $227,470,030 57
2013/05/04 7 $1,036,036 +43% 1,160 $893   $228,506,066 58
2013/05/05 8 $352,875 -66% 1,160 $304   $228,858,941 59
2013/05/06 12 $79,973 -77% 1,160 $69   $228,938,914 60
2013/05/07 13 $86,590 +8% 1,160 $75   $229,025,504 61
2013/05/08 13 $76,518 -12% 1,160 $66   $229,102,022 62
2013/05/09 12 $80,298 +5% 1,160 $69   $229,182,320 63
2013/05/10 10 $276,620 +244% 774 $357   $229,458,940 64
2013/05/11 10 $517,590 +87% 774 $669   $229,976,530 65
2013/05/12 10 $284,023 -45% 774 $367   $230,260,553 66
2013/05/13 12 $59,612 -79% 774 $77   $230,320,165 67
2013/05/14 13 $61,553 +3% 774 $80   $230,381,718 68
2013/05/15 12 $52,017 -15% 774 $67   $230,433,735 69
2013/05/16 13 $46,261 -11% 774 $60   $230,479,996 70
2013/05/17 11 $248,036 +436% 535 $464   $230,728,032 71
2013/05/18 11 $404,365 +63% 535 $756   $231,132,397 72
2013/05/19 11 $218,764 -46% 535 $409   $231,351,161 73
2013/05/20 11 $63,256 -71% 535 $118   $231,414,417 74
2013/05/21 - $52,853 -16% 535 $99   $231,467,270 75
2013/05/22 11 $53,295 +1% 535 $100   $231,520,565 76
2013/05/23 13 $42,486 -20% 535 $79   $231,563,051 77
2013/05/24 - $164,206 +286% 401 $409   $231,727,257 78
2013/05/25 - $255,166 +55% 401 $636   $231,982,423 79
2013/05/26 - $232,141 -9% 401 $579   $232,214,564 80
2013/05/27 10 $201,566 -13% 401 $503   $232,416,130 81
2013/05/28 11 $69,095 -66% 401 $172   $232,485,225 82
2013/05/29 11 $61,335 -11% 401 $153   $232,546,560 83
2013/05/30 10 $66,635 +9% 401 $166   $232,613,195 84

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/03/08 1 $79,110,453   3,912 $20,223   $79,110,453 3
2013/03/15 1 $41,252,702 -48% 3,912 $10,545   $144,056,326 10
2013/03/22 3 $21,568,957 -48% 3,805 $5,669   $177,097,090 17
2013/03/29 5 $11,702,316 -46% 3,324 $3,521   $198,374,716 24
2013/04/05 7 $8,010,234 -32% 2,905 $2,757   $212,606,952 31
2013/04/12 8 $4,859,958 -39% 2,504 $1,941   $219,381,370 38
2013/04/19 10 $3,004,644 -38% 2,045 $1,469   $223,726,752 45
2013/04/26 13 $1,810,606 -40% 1,610 $1,125   $226,258,745 52
2013/05/03 8 $2,113,009 +17% 1,160 $1,822   $228,858,941 59
2013/05/10 10 $1,078,233 -49% 774 $1,393   $230,260,553 66
2013/05/17 11 $871,165 -19% 535 $1,628   $231,351,161 73
2013/05/24 11 $651,513 -25% 401 $1,625   $232,214,564 80
2013/06/07 16 $374,964   322 $1,164   $233,671,832 94
2013/06/14 20 $244,191 -35% 259 $943   $234,176,728 101
2013/06/21 24 $186,161 -24% 233 $799   $234,548,592 108
2013/06/28 32 $102,214 -45% 187 $547   $234,770,996 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/16/20131548,541 548,541$9,972,475$9,972,4751
6/23/20132248,743-55% 797,284$4,922,624$14,895,0992
6/30/20133143,343-42% 940,627$2,836,758$17,731,8573
7/7/20135111,601-22% 1,052,228$2,215,280$19,947,1374
7/14/2013860,479-46% 1,112,707$1,188,412$21,135,5505
7/21/20131237,816-37% 1,150,523$642,494$21,778,0436
7/28/20131739,987+6% 1,190,510$734,561$22,512,6057
8/4/20131919,438-51% 1,209,948$385,650$22,898,2548
9/29/2013289,991 1,286,894$149,266$24,317,40716

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/16/20131456,873 456,873$12,787,875$12,787,8751
6/23/20132137,400-70% 594,273$3,840,336$16,628,2112
6/30/2013280,024-42% 674,297$2,239,078$18,867,2893
7/7/2013362,058-22% 736,356$1,728,329$20,595,6184
7/14/2013834,462-44% 770,818$953,211$21,548,8295
7/21/2013423,972-30% 794,789$601,687$22,150,5166
7/28/2013522,857-5% 817,646$639,536$22,790,0527
8/4/2013713,469-41% 831,115$376,849$23,166,9018
8/11/2013137,382-45% 838,497$206,537$23,373,4389

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