Paranormal Activity

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $107,918,810Details
International Box Office $86,264,224
Worldwide Box Office $194,183,034
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $17,317,257 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $4,637,603 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $21,954,860
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$450,000
Theatrical Release: September 25th, 2009 (Limited) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: December 29th, 2009 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for language
Franchise: Paranormal Activity
Keywords: Found Footage, Exorcism
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Blumhouse, Solana Films

International Details: Princess Still Treated Like Royalty Overseas

As expected, The Princess and the Frog reached $100 million internationally just before the weekend started, ultimately overtaking its domestic total. It had no major market openings over the past weekend, but it managed to rise to first place in France with $4.09 million on 697 screens for a total of $17.31 million after three. It also remained solid in the U.K., adding $2.36 million on 501 screens for a total of $6.58 million. Overall, it pulled in $11.29 million on 3349 screens in 34 markets for a total of $111.94 million internationally and $213.69 million worldwide. More...

International Details: Squeakquel Squeezed out of the Top Five

For the first time during its international run, Alvin and the Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel missed the top five and placed sixth with $7.10 million on 3,699 screens in 42 markets for a total of $200.87 million internationally and $413.03 million worldwide. With no major market openings left, the film will likely fall further down the chart over the coming weeks, but it has already made a huge profit, so Fox will be more than happy. More...

DVD Sales: Sunny Days on the Home Market

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs led all new releases to grab top spot on the DVD sales chart for the week ending January 10 with 1.10 million units and $19.90 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

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International Details: Up in the Charts

Up in the Air started its international run in sixth place with $5.83 million on 936 screens in 9 markets. This includes a fifth place debut in the U.K. where it earned $2.13 million on 325 screens while it also managed fifth in Australia with $1.61 million on just 173 screens. While it is hard for films to open in limited release domestically and expand wide, it is usually a lot harder for these films to thrive internationally. After all, many international markets are simply too small to have a thriving limited release marketplace. It will be interesting to see if this film will be able to take its performance during Awards Season and turn it into a successful international run despite this. More...

International Details - More International Flavor

More than half the films on this week's International Details column were international films, starting with sixth place Io, loro E Lara. That film placed first in Italy with $7.56 million on 608 screens over the weekend, giving it $12.91 million in total. More...

International Details - Lightning Strikes on the International Chart

Black Lightning opened in sixth place internationally with $8.42 million on 798 screens in 5 markets. Those markets include Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The latest from Timur Bekmambetov debuted in second place in his native Russia behind Avatar with an estimated $8 million on 700 screens. More...

Featured DVD Review - Paranormal Activity

It has been a long, long time since a horror film opened in limited release and was able to expand truly wide. In fact, you have to go back a decade to The Blair Witch Project to find a film that accomplished that feat. This is quite coincidental, as Paranormal Activity shares a lot in common with that earlier film, including its ultra-low budget, and even the setup of being "found footage" / faux-reality. It would be obvious in this review to continue the comparison between the two movies, especially since they earned very similar reviews. However, I never saw the earlier film, so it is with fresh eyes that I go into this one. More...

Contest - Getting Back To Normal

After a one week absence caused by the total lack of activity at the box office, the box office prediction contest is back. The target film this week is Daybreakers, which could be the first big hit of the year. Or it could be crushed by three holdovers. Regardless, in order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Daybreakers. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Paranormal Activity prize pack, which includes a backpack, ouija board kit, and more. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 29th, 2009

The Tuesday after Christmas might seem a strange week to release a DVD or Blu-ray because it's too late to be a Christmas gift. On the other hand, it's perfect for Boxing Week sales. Overall we have a very short list this week, but there are still a few releases of note, including 9, which is bit expensive on Blu-ray, but still Pick of the Week material. Meanwhile, Paranormal Activity is also a Pick of the Week contender, but the screener is late, so I can't say for sure. I blame the Christmas shipping rush for the delay in getting here.
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International Details - Revenge Remains Popular

Arthur And The Revenge Of Maltazard fell out of the top five, but still did relatively well, earning $8.14 million on 2,198 screens in 19 markets for an early total of $23.58 million. In its native France it added $6.27 million on 925 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.57 million after two. This is not that much weaker than the original, which at this point had made just over $20 million in France. More...

International Top Five - Moon Rises and Other Milestones

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A trio of films hit major milestones at the international box office this weekend, starting with The Twilight Saga - New Moon. That film remained in first place with $41.83 million on 8,144 screens in 61 markets for a total of $320.04 million internationally and $575.40 million worldwide. This week, it opened in South Korea with $4.07 million on 622 screens over the weekend and $5.68 million in total. This is not a lot for the market compared to other Hollywood blockbusters, but it is almost as much as the original made during its entire run and it will surpass the earlier film by next week. Meanwhile in Germany, the film did just that with $5.76 million on 703 screens over the weekend and $25.39 million after two, which is significantly more than the $22.65 million the original made there. At this pace, New Moon will have little trouble earning more internationally than Twilight made worldwide, while it will crack $600 million worldwide by the weekend. More...

Awards Season - Precious and Station Lead Independent Spirit Awards

As always, the Independent Spirit Awards represent the unofficial start of Awards Season with the announcement of their nominations. This year The Last Station and Precious topped the list of nominees with five each. For the former, it should help build buzz for its 2010 release. For the latter, it is the first step towards possible Awards Season glory and further enhances its already lofty box office potential. More...

International Top Five - New Moon Ages Well

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The Twilight Saga - New Moon remained in the top spot on the international chart with $82.38 million on 8,292 screens in 52 markets for a total of $251.33 million internationally and $482.28 million worldwide. This includes a number of new markets for the film, but most were of the smaller variety. It did place first in Germany with $16.95 million on 703 screens, but that includes previews. On the other hand, it bombed in Japan, opening in fifth place with just $792,000 on 197 screens and was even worse in South Korea, debuting in eighth place with $129,000 on 47 screens over the weekend and $166,000 in total. As far as holdovers go, the film was surprisingly consistent at roughly 60% down in most major markets. This includes the U.K. where it was down 63% to $7.11 million on 504 screens; however, it still managed first place in that market, while it now has $33.57 million after just two weeks of release compared to the lifetime total of $16.31 million for its predecessor. It is important to note that Twilight was surprisingly weak in the U.K. compared to its box office performance in most major markets. That said, New Moon has topped the lifetime total of the earlier film in every single major market it opened in last weekend, which is an amazing feat. It has yet to open in only a few other markets, but unless the film cost a lot more to make than has been reported, it has already shown a sizeable profit. More...

International Details - 51 Goes Planetwide

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Planet 51 started its international run in a limited fashion, but was only a little better than its domestic opening. Its biggest market was Russia, where it placed fourth with $1.49 million on 344 screens, which is on par with its opening here, perhaps a little bit stronger. The film also placed fourth in Italy with $1.16 million on 255 screens, which is again on par with the US, but perhaps a little weaker. Overall, it landed in sixth place with $3.22 million on 894 screens in 6 markets during its opening weekend, but should improve this weekend when it opens in Spain, Mexico, and Brazil. More...

Millions Love the End of the World

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Great news at the box office, as the number one film topped expectations by a significant margin. In fact, the top three films all did much better than expected. On the down side, the rest of the films we talked about on Thursday struggled and this hurt the overall box office. The total take was up 16.9% from last weekend at $140 million, but this was 5.8% lower than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2009 has pulled in $8.91 billion, which is 7.0% higher than last year's pace, and by this time next week 2009 will be only the seventh year to cross $9 billion in total ticket sales. More...

Carol Gets a Chilly Reception at the Box Office

It was a mixed weekend at the box office as the overall ticket sales reached $120 million. This was 32% higher than last weekend; however, Halloween had a lot to do with that. More importantly, it was 16% lower than the same weekend last year. Even so, 2009 remains solidly ahead of 2008 by a 7.3% margin. In fact, its total of $8.72 billion is not only well ahead of last year's pace of $8.13 billion, it is almost as much as 2005 in total, and is already the eighth best yearly total ever. More...

Will Carol Hit a High Note at the Box Office?

The holiday season unofficial starts this weekend with the first Christmas release of the year. Disney's A Christmas Carol is clearly the favorite to top the chart, but it is the only big release coming out this week, and it is unlikely to match last year's winner, Madagascar 2. This means 2009 will have a tough time keeping up with last year's pace. More...

Experiencing It

It was a tough weekend at the box office, then again, that's always the case when Halloween lands on a weekend. Halloween in one of the worst days at the box office; it's almost as bad as Christmas Eve. And at least with Christmas Eve, you have Christmas Day to look forward to. The overall box office was down 21.8% from last weekend to just $91 million; however, that was 3.5% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 remains well head of 2008 at $8.56 billion to $7.95 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jackson Finale Disappoints in US, Hits Big Internationally

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Will It Have a Good Start?

This Is It got off to a record-breaking start, kind of, while the rest of the top five will be filled with holdovers over Halloween weekend. This weekend last year Halloween was on a Friday, while this year it is on Saturday, neither of which help the box office one bit. But it won't take too much for the number one film this year to top the number one film from last year, and the rest of the box office should follow suit. More...

Saw Still Seen But Paranormal More Active

We had three wide releases this weekend, and not one of them matched expectations. Additionally, last week's number one film fell dramatically at the box office. This led to an equally dramatic decline at the box office with overall ticket sales at just $116 million. This is 16% lower than last weekend, but more importantly 13% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 still has a 7.6% lead over 2008 at $8.43 billion to $7.84 billion, which is a lead that might be insurmountable at this point. More...

Deal with the Devil on the Per Theater Chart

Antichrist was the only new release to reach the $10,000 club over the weekend earning a strong average of $11,900 in six theaters. An Education was just $49 behind at $11,851, which is about 5 or 6 tickets per theater. Finally, Paranormal Activity was able to reach first place on the overall chart while maintaining an average $10,850 in nearly 2000 theaters. More...

Weekend Estimates: Paranormal Activity Knocks Saw from its Throne

Over the past six years, the Saw Franchise has dominated the horror box office over Halloween, scoring four consecutive $30 million-plus openings. The last four episodes were also the top-grossing films for Lionsgate each year, helping the studio earn a solid 3% market share, after years picking up less than 1% of the total US box office. This weekend, however, the franchise took a body blow, thanks to a terrific guerrilla marketing campaign from Paramount that took Paranormal Activity to an estimated $22 million weekend in 1,945 theaters, and pushed Saw VI into second place with a disappointing $14.8 million (the worst opening weekend for the franchise). More...

Horror Likely to Be Seen the Most

It's the weekend before Halloween and among the three wide releases, there are two with a horror feel to them. (One is straight up horror while the other features Vampires.) Among the holdovers that should land in the top ten, there are three more horror or horror-like films, so there's a lot of competition for a rather narrow target audience. In comparison, last year there was only one such movie, and it didn't even come in first place. The level of competition will likely prevent the number one film this weekend from topping last year's number one film, High School Musical 3, but overall the box office should be a bit stronger this year. More...

Things are Not Normal on the Per Theater Chart

Paranormal Activity remained on top of the per theater chart with an average of $25,711. The film finally saw its per theater average drop this past weekend, but it should still have no trouble expanding. Second place went to The Maid, which earned $17,036 in one theater. An Education remained in the $10,000 club with an average of $12,882, while A Serious Man took in more than $800,000 in 82 theaters for an average of $10,275. More...

Wild Ones Overrun Box Office

It was an excellent weekend at the box office even though the number one film didn't live up to me admittedly bullish expectations. It came close enough to be considered a hit, while the other two new releases topped expectations by substantial margins. Overall, $138 million was spent on movie tickets over the weekend, which was 26% higher than last weekend and more importantly 38% higher than the same weekend last year. So far this year, 2009 has earned $8.28 billion, which is 7.9% higher than 2008's pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Wild Things Roar to $32.5 Million

Where The Wild Things Are got off to a strong start over the weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. The Spike Jonze adaptation of the Maurice Sendak book earned a very healthy $30.47 million, according to Warner Bros. estimates, making it one of October's biggest openers (see full list). More...

How Wild Will the Box Office Be?

There are a trio of three wide releases this week, including one opening in close to 4,000 theaters. This time last year there were four wide releases, but none were sizable hits, which gives 2009 a great chance for expanding its lead over 2008 at the box office race. More...

Massive Activity on the Per Theater Chart

No less than six films broke the $10,000 per theater average barrier over the weekend. Paranormal Activity topped the per theater chart with its record-breaking weekend, earning an average of $49,379 in 160 theaters. An Education was relatively close behind with an average of $39,754 in 4 theaters, which is a spectacular result at any time. A Serious Man remained strong with an average of $21,872, which is enough to suggest further significant expansion over the coming weeks. The number one film at the box office, Couples Retreat, was next with an average of $11,429. Yes Men Fix the World and Bronson had nearly identical averages at $10,956 vs. $10,940. More...

Weekend Box Office Far From Normal

There was only one new release coming out this weekend, but it topped expectations, and there was a surprise film in the top five, and both these events helped the market as a whole earn $110 million over the weekend. This was 2.9% higher than last weekend and 7.7% higher than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2009 has now brought in $8.10 billion so far, which is 7.5% higher than the same pace last year. More...

Weekend Estimates: Couples Retreat, Paranormal Activity Star

The Columbus Day holiday weekend produced two big winners, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. At the top of the chart, Couples Retreat exceeded expectations with $35.3 million. A per theater average of nearly $12,000 for the poorly-reviewed comedy is a testament to Universal's marketing campaign and the box office power of its ensemble cast. A great marketing campaign from Paramount can also be attributed to the success of the weekend's other big success: Paranormal Activity, which jumped into the top 5 with an estimated $7.066 million in just 159 theaters. That's the smallest number of theaters for a movie to hit the top five ever, beating the performance of Platoon, which hit 4th place the weekend of January 16, 1987 playing in 174 theaters. More...

Serious Money on the Per Theater Chart

A Serious Man showed the competition who was serious by earning first place on the per theater chart earning an average of $41,890 in six theaters. Paranormal Activity climbed into the $10,000 club with a sophomore average of $16,129 and now there's a push to get it into 1000 theaters nationwide. More Than a Game earned an average of more than $10,000, $13,067 to be precise, placing third in the process. Coco Before Chanel repeated in the $10,000 club with an average of $12,878, but it will need some strong word-of-mouth if it wants to stay they one more week. More...

Capitalism is a Moneymaker on the Per Theater Chart

Capitalism - A Love Story lead the way on the per theater chart with an average of $57,991 in four theaters over the weekend, while it made nearly $300,000 in just five days. Coco Before Chanel was well back, but it still made an impressive average of $35,427 in five theaters. For both films, this is a good portent for its potential to expand. Brief Interviews with Hideous Men was the only other film in the $10,000 club after it made $18,510 in its lone theater. More...

Countdown to Limited Releases

As September ends, we move closer to the start of Awards Season and there are a number of films that look on paper to be Awards Season contenders. There are also a lot of films that are earning terrible reviews and while likely disappear from theaters in short order. Amazingly, the widest release of the week appears to be a Canadian film, Trailer Park Boys - Countdown to Liquor Day. More...

Cast

Micah Sloat    Micah
Katie Featherston    Katie
Mark Fredrichs    Psychic
Amber Armstrong    Amber
Tim Piper   
Randy McDowell   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Oren Peli
Screenwriter    Oren Peli
Producer    Oren Peli
Producer    Amir Sbeda
Editor    Oren Peli
Cinematographer    Oren Peli
Producer    Toni Taylor

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/09/25 - $36,146   12 $3,012   $36,146 1
2009/09/26 - $34,492 -5% 12 $2,874   $70,638 2
2009/09/27 - $7,235 -79% 12 $603   $77,873 3
2009/09/28 - $5,562 -23% 12 $464   $83,435 4
2009/09/29 - $6,020 +8% 12 $502   $89,455 5
2009/09/30 - $6,828 +13% 12 $569   $96,283 6
2009/10/01 12 $148,238 +2,071% 33 $4,492   $244,521 7
2009/10/02 - $203,493 +37% 33 $6,166   $448,014 8
2009/10/03 - $233,308 +15% 33 $7,070   $681,322 9
2009/10/04 - $95,441 -59% 33 $2,892   $776,763 10
2009/10/05 - $73,994 -22% 33 $2,242   $850,757 11
2009/10/06 - $82,323 +11% 33 $2,495   $933,080 12
2009/10/07 - $100,548 +22% 33 $3,047   $1,033,628 13
2009/10/08 12 $179,613 +79% 33 $5,443   $1,213,241 14
2009/10/09 4 $2,659,296 +1,381% 160 $16,621   $3,872,537 15
2009/10/10 5 $2,855,733 +7% 160 $17,848   $6,728,270 16
2009/10/11 5 $2,385,666 -16% 160 $14,910   $9,113,936 17
2009/10/12 4 $1,317,025 -45% 160 $8,231   $10,430,961 18
2009/10/13 3 $1,071,196 -19% 160 $6,695   $11,502,157 19
2009/10/14 3 $990,790 -8% 160 $6,192   $12,492,947 20
2009/10/15 3 $1,061,146 +7% 160 $6,632   $13,554,093 21
2009/10/16 3 $6,768,833 +538% 763 $8,871   $20,322,926 22
2009/10/17 3 $7,744,963 +14% 763 $10,151   $28,067,889 23
2009/10/18 2 $5,103,854 -34% 763 $6,689   $33,171,743 24
2009/10/19 2 $1,967,921 -61% 763 $2,579   $35,139,664 25
2009/10/20 2 $1,785,846 -9% 763 $2,341   $36,925,510 26
2009/10/21 1 $1,639,240 -8% 763 $2,148   $38,564,750 27
2009/10/22 1 $1,911,768 +17% 763 $2,506   $40,476,518 28
2009/10/23 1 $7,572,457 +296% 1,945 $3,893   $48,048,975 29
2009/10/24 1 $8,638,987 +14% 1,945 $4,442   $56,687,962 30
2009/10/25 1 $4,892,626 -43% 1,945 $2,515   $61,580,588 31
2009/10/26 1 $1,853,291 -62% 1,945 $953   $63,433,879 32
2009/10/27 1 $1,705,132 -8% 1,945 $877   $65,139,011 33
2009/10/28 2 $1,466,211 -14% 1,945 $754   $66,605,222 34
2009/10/29 2 $1,634,823 +11% 1,945 $841   $68,240,045 35
2009/10/30 2 $6,003,786 +267% 2,404 $2,497   $74,243,831 36
2009/10/31 2 $6,576,554 +10% 2,404 $2,736   $80,820,385 37
2009/11/01 2 $3,806,987 -42% 2,404 $1,584   $84,627,372 38
2009/11/02 2 $1,186,492 -69% 2,404 $494   $85,813,864 39
2009/11/03 2 $1,130,405 -5% 2,404 $470   $86,944,269 40
2009/11/04 2 $903,305 -20% 2,404 $376   $87,847,574 41
2009/11/05 2 $982,296 +9% 2,404 $409   $88,829,870 42
2009/11/06 5 $2,863,817 +192% 2,558 $1,120   $91,693,687 43
2009/11/07 5 $3,684,031 +29% 2,558 $1,440   $95,377,718 44
2009/11/08 5 $1,730,757 -53% 2,558 $677   $97,108,475 45
2009/11/09 5 $520,252 -70% 2,558 $203   $97,628,727 46
2009/11/10 5 $745,720 +43% 2,558 $292   $98,374,447 47
2009/11/11 8 $820,700 +10% 2,558 $321   $99,195,147 48
2009/11/12 6 $451,620 -45% 2,558 $177   $99,646,767 49
2009/11/13 7 $1,498,580 +232% 2,712 $553   $101,145,347 50
2009/11/14 8 $1,738,942 +16% 2,712 $641   $102,884,289 51
2009/11/15 8 $805,895 -54% 2,712 $297   $103,690,184 52
2009/11/16 8 $258,488 -68% 2,712 $95   $103,948,672 53
2009/11/17 9 $271,853 +5% 2,712 $100   $104,220,525 54
2009/11/18 9 $239,348 -12% 2,712 $88   $104,459,873 55
2009/11/19 9 $221,937 -7% 2,712 $82   $104,681,810 56
2009/11/20 10 $502,793 +127% 1,902 $264   $105,184,603 57
2009/11/21 13 $601,331 +20% 1,902 $316   $105,785,934 58
2009/11/22 13 $296,988 -51% 1,902 $156   $106,082,922 59
2009/11/23 12 $141,506 -52% 1,902 $74   $106,224,428 60
2009/11/24 12 $183,267 +30% 1,902 $96   $106,407,695 61
2009/11/25 - $101,721 -44% 725 $140   $106,509,416 62
2009/11/26 - $117,606 +16% 725 $162   $106,627,022 63
2009/11/27 - $200,907 +71% 725 $277   $106,827,929 64
2009/11/28 - $203,092 +1% 725 $280   $107,031,021 65
2009/11/29 - $82,191 -60% 725 $113   $107,113,212 66
2009/11/30 - $33,287 -60% 725 $46   $107,146,499 67
2009/12/01 - $36,843 +11% 725 $51   $107,183,342 68
2009/12/02 - $36,340 -1% 725 $50   $107,219,682 69
2009/12/03 - $35,469 -2% 725 $49   $107,255,151 70
2009/12/04 - $39,811 +12% 308 $129   $107,294,962 71
2009/12/05 - $54,830 +38% 308 $178   $107,349,792 72
2009/12/06 - $27,414 -50% 308 $89   $107,377,206 73
2009/12/07 - $12,014 -56% 308 $39   $107,389,220 74
2009/12/08 - $11,974 n/c 308 $39   $107,401,194 75
2009/12/09 - $10,512 -12% 308 $34   $107,411,706 76
2009/12/10 - $11,391 +8% 308 $37   $107,423,097 77
2009/12/11 - $18,748 +65% 182 $103   $107,441,845 78
2009/12/12 - $26,469 +41% 182 $145   $107,468,314 79
2009/12/13 - $16,487 -38% 182 $91   $107,484,801 80
2009/12/14 - $7,726 -53% 182 $42   $107,492,527 81
2009/12/15 - $6,807 -12% 182 $37   $107,499,334 82
2009/12/16 - $7,721 +13% 182 $42   $107,507,055 83
2009/12/17 - $7,330 -5% 182 $40   $107,514,385 84
2009/12/18 - $24,208 +230% 237 $102   $107,538,593 85
2009/12/19 - $33,596 +39% 237 $142   $107,572,189 86
2009/12/20 - $30,911 -8% 237 $130   $107,603,100 87
2009/12/21 - $18,749 -39% 237 $79   $107,621,849 88
2009/12/22 - $19,125 +2% 237 $81   $107,640,974 89
2009/12/23 - $18,122 -5% 237 $76   $107,659,096 90
2009/12/24 - $6,161 -66% 237 $26   $107,665,257 91
2009/12/25 - $17,866 +190% 158 $113   $107,683,123 92
2009/12/26 - $29,078 +63% 158 $184   $107,712,201 93
2009/12/27 - $24,780 -15% 158 $157   $107,736,981 94
2009/12/28 - $16,502 -33% 158 $104   $107,753,483 95
2009/12/29 - $14,983 -9% 158 $95   $107,768,466 96
2009/12/30 - $15,863 +6% 158 $100   $107,784,329 97
2009/12/31 - $8,516 -46% 158 $54   $107,792,845 98
2010/01/01 - $24,351 +186% 145 $168   $107,817,196 99
2010/01/02 - $24,773 +2% 145 $171   $107,841,969 100
2010/01/03 - $12,627 -49% 145 $87   $107,854,596 101
2010/01/04 - $5,871 -54% 145 $40   $107,860,467 102
2010/01/05 - $5,294 -10% 145 $37   $107,865,761 103
2010/01/06 - $4,738 -11% 145 $33   $107,870,499 104
2010/01/07 - $4,214 -11% 145 $29   $107,874,713 105
2010/01/08 - $7,568 +80% 103 $73   $107,882,281 106
2010/01/09 - $12,437 +64% 103 $121   $107,894,718 107
2010/01/10 - $7,018 -44% 103 $68   $107,901,736 108
2010/01/11 - $2,225 -68% 103 $22   $107,903,961 109
2010/01/12 - $2,240 +1% 103 $22   $107,906,201 110
2010/01/13 - $2,460 +10% 103 $24   $107,908,661 111
2010/01/14 - $2,474 +1% 103 $24   $107,911,135 112
2010/01/15 - $1,729 -30% 52 $33   $107,912,864 113
2010/01/16 - $2,326 +35% 52 $45   $107,915,190 114
2010/01/17 - $1,469 -37% 52 $28   $107,916,659 115
2010/01/18 61 $624 -58% 52 $12   $107,917,283 116
2010/01/19 - $530 -15% 52 $10   $107,917,813 117
2010/01/20 - $434 -18% 52 $8   $107,918,247 118
2010/01/21 - $563 +30% 52 $11   $107,918,810 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/09/25 48 $77,873   12 $6,489   $77,873 3
2009/10/02 20 $532,242 +583% 33 $16,129   $776,763 10
2009/10/09 4 $7,900,695 +1,384% 160 $49,379   $9,113,936 17
2009/10/16 3 $19,617,650 +148% 763 $25,711   $33,171,743 24
2009/10/23 1 $21,104,070 +8% 1,945 $10,850   $61,580,588 31
2009/10/30 2 $16,387,327 -22% 2,404 $6,817   $84,627,372 38
2009/11/06 5 $8,278,605 -49% 2,558 $3,236   $97,108,475 45
2009/11/13 8 $4,043,417 -51% 2,712 $1,491   $103,690,184 52
2009/11/20 13 $1,401,112 -65% 1,902 $737   $106,082,922 59
2009/11/27 21 $486,190 -65% 725 $671   $107,113,212 66
2009/12/04 29 $122,055 -75% 308 $396   $107,377,206 73
2009/12/11 37 $61,704 -49% 182 $339   $107,484,801 80
2009/12/18 28 $88,715 +44% 237 $374   $107,603,100 87
2009/12/25 35 $71,724 -19% 158 $454   $107,736,981 94
2010/01/01 41 $61,751 -14% 145 $426   $107,854,596 101
2010/01/08 49 $27,023 -56% 103 $262   $107,901,736 108
2010/01/15 59 $5,524 -80% 52 $106   $107,916,659 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/3/20102374,560 374,560$6,254,178$6,254,1781
1/10/20104193,088-48% 567,648$3,144,052$9,398,2302
1/17/20101475,902-61% 643,550$1,236,785$10,635,0153
1/24/20101848,548-36% 692,098$789,332$11,424,3474
1/31/20102329,064-40% 721,162$471,918$11,896,2655
2/7/20102631,281+8% 752,443$511,526$12,407,7916
10/31/20101939,743 959,186$385,507$15,100,31544

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/3/20103117,893 117,893$2,985,059$2,985,0591
1/10/20101423,928-80% 141,821$597,959$3,583,0182
10/31/2010189,410 189,478$120,256$4,382,73944

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