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The Passion of the Christ (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $370,782,930Details
International Box Office $251,637,737
Worldwide Box Office $622,420,667
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $6,984,840 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,892,176 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $9,877,016
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Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 25th, 2004 (Wide) by Newmarket Films
March 11th, 2005 (Limited) by Newmarket Films
Video Release: January 30th, 2007 by Fox Home Entertainment, released as Passion of the Christ, The (Two-Disc Definitive Edition)
MPAA Rating: R for sequences of graphic violence
Running Time: 127 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Risen
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Keywords: Religious, Dead Language, Faith-Based
Source:Based on Religious Text
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Icon Productions, Newmarket Films
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 57th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 20 $69,241 Mar 25, 2005 397
Biggest 56th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 28 $46,576 Mar 18, 2005 390
Biggest 55th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 7 $223,789 Mar 11, 2005 383
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 706 $5,750 Jul 23, 2004 152
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 694 $12,039 Jul 16, 2004 145
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 723 $19,425 Jul 9, 2004 138
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 923 $14,206 Jul 2, 2004 131
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 972 $23,567 Jun 25, 2004 124
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 971 $41,913 Jun 18, 2004 117
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,001 $63,467 Jun 11, 2004 110
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 958 $98,010 Jun 4, 2004 103
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 829 $163,365 May 28, 2004 96
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 633 $271,424 May 21, 2004 89
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 413 $500,606 May 14, 2004 82
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 363 $785,369 May 7, 2004 75
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 290 $1,407,651 Apr 30, 2004 68
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 253 $2,216,051 Apr 23, 2004 61
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 137 $4,051,112 Apr 16, 2004 54
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 7 $15,216,723 Apr 9, 2004 47
Biggest April Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 123 $15,216,723 Apr 9, 2004 47
Fastest Movies to Earn $350 Million at the Domestic Box Office 22 $353,006,351 Apr 9, 2004 47
Biggest April Day at the Domestic Box Office 238 $6,569,000 Apr 9, 2004 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 33 $10,605,106 Apr 2, 2004 40
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 41 $12,593,974 Mar 26, 2004 33
Fastest Movies to Earn $300 Million at the Domestic Box Office 31 $300,753,000 Mar 19, 2004 29
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 41 $19,414,377 Mar 19, 2004 26
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 25 $32,130,978 Mar 12, 2004 19
Fastest Movies to Earn $250 Million at the Domestic Box Office 41 $253,792,087 Mar 12, 2004 18
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 28 $53,246,801 Mar 5, 2004 12
Biggest March Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 15 $53,246,801 Mar 5, 2004 12
Fastest Movies to Earn $200 Million at the Domestic Box Office 47 $213,888,740 Mar 5, 2004 12
Biggest March Day at the Domestic Box Office 27 $21,929,043 Mar 6, 2004 11
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 50 $153,003,000 Feb 27, 2004 8
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 78 $9,283,000 Mar 2, 2004 7
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 98 $10,132,000 Mar 1, 2004 6
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 39 $27,860,195 Feb 29, 2004 5
Biggest February Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3 $83,848,082 Feb 27, 2004 5
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 67 $83,848,082 Feb 27, 2004 5
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 72 $83,848,082 Feb 27, 2004 5
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 60 $125,185,971 Feb 27, 2004 5
Widest Opening Weekend 778 3,043 Feb 27, 2004 5
Biggest February Day at the Domestic Box Office 5 $33,077,939 Feb 28, 2004 4
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 56 $33,077,939 Feb 28, 2004 4
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 148 $33,077,939 Feb 28, 2004 4
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 127 $22,800,000 Feb 27, 2004 3
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 115 $64,100,000 Feb 27, 2004 3
Biggest Thursday at the Domestic Box Office 29 $14,781,316 Feb 26, 2004 2
Biggest Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office 13 $26,556,573 Feb 25, 2004 1

Cast

   Jesus
Monica Bellucci    Mary Magdalene
Claudia Gerini    Claudia Procles
Miai Morgenstern    Mary
Sergio Rubini    Dismas
Toni Bertorelli    Annas
Roberto Bestazzoni    Malchus
Francesco Cabras    Gesmas
Giovanni Capalbo    Cassius
Rosalinda Celentano    Satan
Emilio De Marchi    A Scornfull Roman
Francesco DeVito    Peter
Lello Giulivo    A Brutish Roman
Abel Jafry    Second Tempe Officer
Hristo Jivkov    John
Luco Lionella    Judas
Jarreth Merz    Simon
Matt Patresi    Janus
Fabio Sartor    Abenader
Mattia Sbragia    Caiphas
Hristo Shopov    John
Roberto Visconti    A Scornful Roman
Giancinto Ferro    Joseph of Arimathea
Olec Mincer    Nicodemus
Adel Ben Ayed    Thomas
Chokri Ben Zagdin    James
Luca De Dominicis    Herod
Pedro Sarubbi    Barabbas

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Benedict Fitzgerald
Screenwriter    Mel Gibson
Producer    Bruce Davey
Producer    Stephen McEveety
Producer    Mel Gibson
Executive Producer    Enzo Sisti
Cinematographer    Caleb Deschanel
Editor    John Wright
Composer    John Debney
Production Designer    Francesco Frigeri
Art Director    Daniela Pareshi
Art Director    Nazzareno Piana
Art Director    Pierfranco Luscri
Set Decorator    Carlo Gervasi
Costume Designer    Maurizio Millenotti
Sound Mixer    Maurizio Argentieri
Special Make-up Effects    Keith Vanderlaan
Visual Effects Designer    Keith Vanderlaan
Producer    Keith Vanderlaan
Special Make-up Effects    Greg Cannom
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ted Rae
Second Unit Director    Ted Rae
Stunt Coordinator    Stefano Mioni
Assistant Director    Rachel Griffiths
Assistant Director    Sergio Ercolessi
Casting Director    Shaila Rubin

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February 17th, 2009

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January 29th, 2007

I'm still waiting for the first "Must Have" DVD of the year (the first one of those doesn't show up until mid-February), but at least there are more that nearly make the grade this week than so far this year. Flyboys - Collector's Edition is better than the reviews would indicate, as long as you are in the right frame of mind. Lucky Louie - The Complete First Season is a great show but a little demented for a mainstream audience, and the same can be said for Viva Pedro - Pedro Almodovar Classics Collection - Buy from Amazon. But in the end I went with Red Doors - Buy from Amazon as the DVD Pick of the Week. Perhaps an unexpected choice, but it's a movie that should be seen by more. More...

Super Heroes Stop The Slump

July 11th, 2005

The Slump is dead. After 19 weeks, it has finally ended. It has been more than four months since the last time 2005 topped 2004 in the yearly comparison, but that's just what happened this weekend. Before we start celebrating too much, note that the margin of victory was tiny at just over $500,000. But at this point a victory is a victory and the movie industry will take them anyway they can get them. On a week-to-week basis we actually saw pretty good growth, rising by 5.2%, which is strange for a post-holiday weekend. Year-to-date, 2005 is still off by 8% $4.523 billion to $4.934 billion while the summer is down 11% $2.023 billion vs. $2.281 billion. More...

France's $5 Million Baby

April 3rd, 2005

Million Dollar Baby performed brilliantly this week earning $8.8 million for an international total of $60 million, placing fourth on the international box office charts. In France the film dominated the marketplace with $4.94 million on 450 screens and in Germany the film earned $760,000 in semi-limited release (120 screens) for the best per screen average in the market. On the other hand, the film flopped in Slovakia where it missed the top ten in its debut. On the holdover front, the multi-Oscar winning front saw its weekend haul climb by 20% in Spain to $980,000 and it's still doing well in Australia, Italy and South Korea. More...

Robots Win, but not as Easily as Expected

March 14th, 2005

The best word to describe this week's predictions is "Overcompensation." After getting skunked underestimating how well certain films have done in the past many, many analysts overestimated their appeal this weekend. This in part led to a 6.3% drop-off from last weekend and more importantly, a 1.7% drop-off from last year. After sporting a double digit lead just a couple of weeks ago, the Year-to-Date race is a virtual tie at $1.56 billion each. More...

Machine Madness

March 11th, 2005

There really no doubt about what film will take top spot this weekend, as Robots could triple the second place film. However, after number one there are some interesting stories at the weekend box office race. More...

Oscar Nominations Sidestep Box Office Giants

January 25th, 2005

The Oscar Nominations were announced this morning and at first glance it appears that most of the nominations went to films with smaller budgets and box office results. Box office hits were nearly shut out of the major nominations. More...

DVD Releases for August 31, 2004

August 30th, 2004

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases and a few from the growing TV on DVD section, including the winners of the DVD Pick of the Week, Star Trek - The Original Series - The Complete First Season - Buy from Amazon and, for those of you who have a taste for the twisted, Videodrome - Criterion Collection - Unrated and Uncut - Buy from Amazon. More...

Underdog Hits the Top

June 21st, 2004

Bit of a mixed week: we had a surprise hit at number one, but the two bigger budget films both struggled. This led to the second really big drop-off in the weekend box office in a row, this time 14.7%. And it that in turn led to the first year-to-year drop in some weeks, and it was a pretty serious decline of 9.4%. With next week looking less than impressive as well, the industry will need Spider-Man 2 to really soar to avoid a prolonged slump. More...

$100 Million Opening for Troy

May 18th, 2004

In addition to the $46.9 million Troy earned at the domestic box office, the ancient history movie made $54.7 million on 6,722 screens in 47 markets internationally. Some highlights were the $8.5 million in Germany, $6.3 million in Spain, $5.1 million in France and $4.7 million in Australia. And while a $107 million opening weekend seems spectacular, this is a very expensive film to get to theatres. Combine the production budget, domestic P&A budgets, translations / dubbing / subtitles, etc. and the final cost is nearing $250 million. On the plus side, Troy should have better legs and more international appeal than Van Helsing so Warner Bros. should see a profit before the home market. P.S. If this story sounds familiar, you must have a long memory. More...

Kill Bill Volume 2 Beats Competition, Volume 1

April 27th, 2004

Kill Bill: Volume 2's first foray into the foreign markets proved very profitable. The film earned $18.5 million in 21 markets and increases compared to the debut of the original in all but one market. Many of those increases were in the double-digit range so it's an impressive start. Unfortunately, one of the largest markets for the first film, Japan, saw a huge 47% drop for Volume 2. This can easily be explained by the fact that half of Volume 1 took place in Japan. More...

Passion Drops Post-Easter but Still Stays on Top

April 20th, 2004

The Passion of the Christ saw large drop-offs in many international markets but openings in nine others helped stabilize its overall box office. Maybe. I'm getting some conflicting reports on the box office figures. $14.6 or $25 is the two prevailing estimates I've found. I do believe the $25 million is for the whole week while the $14.6 million is for the weekend. More...

Killing the Competition

April 19th, 2004

With just two movies opening wide this should have been a good week, and while the wide releases did ok, the holdovers really suffered. In the end the weekend was down 10.6% from last weekend, and even more telling was its 3.5% drop from last year. Granted, it was Easter this time last year, but it's not that important of a holiday to make a large enough difference. More...

Bill Hopes to Make a Killing at the Box Office

April 16th, 2004

For the first time this month we don't have an overload of new movies opening up. However, the two wider releases we do have are in direct competition for the same audience, so the same ticket splitting will still happen. That will make it hard for both films to succeed. There's an addition film opening sort of wide, but at just 1000 theatres don't expect it to make much of an impact. More...

Easter Helps Passion Stay on Top

April 13th, 2004

It was hardly a surprise that The Passion of the Christ was able to take top spot over Easter weekend. What is a surprise is the amount; just $26 million is barely an increase from last weekend. There was only one new opening, but it was in Italy, one of the most staunchly Catholic nations. The film did cross $100 million internationally some time during the mid-week, but a serious post-Easter drop-off is expected. More...

Barely a Peep from the New Releases

April 12th, 2004

Only one of the five movies released managed to live up to expectations, and with that I think it's safe to say 2004's winning streak came to an end. The week-to-week drop-off was 9.4%, and while 2004 was up 17% from the same time last year, it's increase of last Easter was much less at just 7.6%. Year-to-date is up 9% but 2004 will have a tough time keeping up with 2003 in May. More...

I Missed a Movie

April 9th, 2004

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Busy Easter Weekend

April 9th, 2004

With four movies already in 3000 or more theatres, it was slim pickings for the five movies opening. The top draw could only manage 7th spot on this week's theatre count charts and one of the new openers couldn't even make the top ten. Even so, a new release should still take the top spot. More...

Passion's Top Draw

April 6th, 2004

Another 7 openings helped keep The Passion of the Christ in top spot with $25.4 million. And the same pattern is holding true, the smaller the market the better the result. In Spain it opened to $3.2 million, about on par with Gothika's opening at the end of February. In South Korea it opened first with $2.3 million, significantly below the local productions that have been taking tops spot for most of the year. So far the film has earned just over $80 million internationally and over $400 million worldwide. More...

Not Quite a Heavenly Start

April 5th, 2004

April started like a lion, especially compared to last year. The week-to-week increase was an respectable 6.1% while the box office was up an stupendous 28.2% from last year. Year to date 2004 is now up 7% on 2003 with an excellent chance of earning an even bigger lead during the rest of the month since 2003 had a poor April. More...

Boy, oh Boy!

April 2nd, 2004

April starts out like a lion as four movies open wide, two of them are opening mega-wide, (theatre counts over 3000.) And with the box office humming along at double digit increases from last year we could see records broken this week. More...

International Audiences do a Double Take

March 30th, 2004

With no new wider releases the top five international box office finished in the same order as last weekend. The Passion of the Christ again topped the week thanks to number one openings in many markets and even a few records. The biggest slice of its estimated $16 million take came from the U.K. where it finished first, sort of. Including previews its $3.6 was strong enough for first place; if you don't include previews then it drops to third place behind the debut of Dawn of the Dead and the second weekend of Starsky and Hutch. The film again had strong results in small markets breaking records in Argentina and Venezuela. Total international run now sits at $58.7 million in 36 markets, good, but certainly not comparable to its domestic total. More...

Top Dog

March 29th, 2004

There were a few of surprises this week, some good and some bad. This bag of mixed blessings helped the box office to a flat week-to-week result, moving up of less than $10,000 or 0.007%. Continued weakness this time last year helped 2004 shoot up by 14% but the year-to-date figurers are still only 6% above 2003. Weak mid-week numbers have prevented 2004 from putting real distance between it and 2003. More...

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March 26th, 2004

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Passions Rise Internationally

March 23rd, 2004

The Passion of the Christ had mixed openings during its fourth weekend in international release. In Latin America is performed very well, where it made two thirds of its $15 million weekend take, breaking records in Chile and Central America along the way. On the flip side it could only manage a paltry $2.3 million in Germany, half of first place Brother Bear and on par with Gothika's opening earlier in the year. It would have been more impressive if the situation was reversed. After all, record breaking performances throughout Latin American won't earn as much as a blockbuster performance in Germany. Overall Passions has pulled in $32.3 million in 19, mostly smaller markets. More...

Lively Debut for Dead

March 22nd, 2004

For the first time this year we saw a substantial increase over the box office from this time last year that wasn't due to a single movie. This week we saw a token 1.4% increase from last weekend, but a fantastic 21.5% increase from last year. It is important to keep in mind, however, that Spring was the weakest point in 2003's box office if you take into account Seasonal Adjustments. This weekend last year was when the war in Iraq started, for instance, and this weakness continued till mid-April. So 2004 has a golden opportunity to put some distance between itself and 2003. More...

Weekend of the Dead

March 19th, 2004

With three movies opening wide we should see a change at the top spot this week. But there are a couple of twists. Firstly, all three movies are rated R, which should help more kid friendly fare at the box office. Secondly, the movie with the best reviews is also opening in the fewest theatres. More...

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March 16th, 2004

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Trinity of Wins

March 15th, 2004

It was the third weekend in a row with week-to-week drop-offs, this time it was 18.8%, which is huge for non-post holiday weekend. And only the weakness experienced this time last year is keeping 2004 above 2003's pace. This weekend it was up 10% helping the year-to-date gain increase to nearly 4%. Still not higher than inflation, but it's much better than earlier in the year. More...

Three-peat In the Works

March 12th, 2004

2004 is starting to slow down again, as this week's group of new movies is quite weak. The only wide release with overall positive reviews really stretches the definition of wide release. And the other two releases have reviews that range from mediocre to really bad. More...

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March 11th, 2004

While The Passion of the Christ finished first on the per theatre charts for the second weekend in a row, it the performance of a smaller movie, Goodbye, Lenin! that stole the show. Its per theatre average climbed nearly 10%. Now a movie having its per theatre average climb after the Oscars isn't surprising. However, Goodbye, Lenin! was ignored by the Oscar nomination committee. So the increase bodes very well for its long term success. More...

Strong Sophomore Session puts 2004 in the Lead

March 8th, 2004

Another good news bad new weekend. Bad news, the total box office was down 8% from last weekend. Good new, it was up 31% from last year. Good news, 2004 has finally surpassed 2003 year-to-date. Bad news, that's due to inflation as admissions are still lower. Really bad news, the jump is thanks entirely to one movie, or the controversy surrounding one movie. More...

Can 2004 Take the Lead?

March 5th, 2004

We haven't seen two film open with strong prospects since the beginning of February. And with last week's winner still going strong, 2004 should pass 2003 at the box office. More...

Passions Saves the Box Office

March 3rd, 2004

There's was not much in the way of good news this week, and what little there was was due to a single movie. The Passion of the Christ topped the per theatre chart and was the only film to top $10,000 per theatre taking in $27,554. More...

Record Opening for Passion

March 1st, 2004

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Passion Breaks February Record with $76 Million Opening Weekend

February 29th, 2004

The Passion of the Christ broke all manner of records at the weekend, storming to an estimated $76 million Friday-Sunday gross, and a total of $117.5 million since it was released on Wednesday. More...

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February 27th, 2004

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February 26th, 2004

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February 25th, 2004


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February 25th, 2004

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The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/02/27 1 $83,848,082   3,043 $27,554   $125,185,971 5
2004/03/05 1 $53,246,801 -36% 3,170 $16,797   $213,888,740 12
2004/03/12 1 $32,130,978 -40% 3,221 $9,975   $264,510,209 19
2004/03/19 2 $19,414,377 -40% 3,250 $5,974   $295,507,244 26
2004/03/26 3 $12,593,974 -35% 3,214 $3,918   $315,152,778 33
2004/04/02 5 $10,605,106 -16% 3,408 $3,112   $330,856,971 40
2004/04/09 1 $15,216,723 +43% 3,240 $4,697   $353,006,351 47
2004/04/16 10 $4,051,112 -73% 2,848 $1,422   $360,761,619 54
2004/04/23 11 $2,216,051 -45% 2,269 $977   $364,414,581 61
2004/04/30 15 $1,407,651 -36% 1,832 $768   $366,685,267 68
2004/05/07 15 $785,369 -44% 1,423 $552   $368,027,248 75
2004/05/14 19 $500,606 -36% 1,206 $415   $368,894,610 82
2004/05/21 19 $271,424 -46% 715 $380   $369,336,919 89
2004/05/28 28 $163,365 -40% 576 $284   $369,664,388 96
2004/06/04 29 $98,010 -40% 440 $223   $369,895,388 103
2004/06/11 39 $63,467 -35% 208 $305   $370,025,697 110
2004/06/18 44 $41,913 -34% 158 $265   $370,111,518 117
2004/06/25 50 $23,567 -44% 90 $262   $370,167,453 124
2004/07/02 57 $14,206 -40% 38 $374   $370,197,857 131
2004/07/09 55 $19,425 +37% 32 $607   $370,232,710 138
2004/07/16 67 $12,039 -38% 21 $573   $370,257,518 145
2004/07/23 82 $5,750 -52% 18 $319   $370,270,943 152
2005/03/11 28 $223,789   957 $234   $370,498,393 383
2005/03/18 56 $46,576 -79% 290 $161   $370,657,010 390
2005/03/25 47 $69,241 +49% 162 $427   $370,773,867 397

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/02/25 1 $26,556,573   3,006 $8,835   $26,556,573 1
2004/02/26 1 $14,781,316 -44% 3,006 $4,917   $41,337,889 2
2004/02/27 1 $22,800,000 +54% 3,043 $7,493   $64,100,000 3
2004/02/28 1 $33,077,939 +45% 3,043 $10,870   $97,325,776 4
2004/02/29 1 $27,860,195 -16% 3,043 $9,156   $125,185,971 5
2004/03/01 1 $10,132,000 -64% 3,043 $3,330   $135,318,000 6
2004/03/02 1 $9,283,000 -8% 3,043 $3,051   $144,601,000 7
2004/03/03 1 $8,402,000 -9% 3,043 $2,761   $153,003,000 8
2004/03/04 1 $7,639,000 -9% 3,043 $2,510   $160,641,939 9
2004/03/05 1 $13,400,000 +75% 3,130 $4,281   $174,000,000 10
2004/03/06 1 $21,929,043 +64% 3,130 $7,006   $196,236,096 11
2004/03/07 1 $17,652,644 -20% 3,130 $5,640   $213,888,740 12
2004/03/08 1 $5,004,000 -72% 3,170 $1,579   $218,893,000 13
2004/03/09 1 $4,828,000 -4% 3,170 $1,523   $223,721,000 14
2004/03/10 1 $4,414,000 -9% 3,170 $1,392   $228,134,000 15
2004/03/11 1 $4,425,000 n/c 3,170 $1,396   $232,379,000 16
2004/03/12 1 $7,800,000 +76% 3,221 $2,422   $240,200,000 17
2004/03/13 1 $13,452,908 +72% 3,221 $4,177   $253,792,087 18
2004/03/14 1 $10,718,122 -20% 3,221 $3,328   $264,510,209 19
2004/03/15 1 $3,171,000 -70% 3,221 $984   $267,681,000 20
2004/03/16 1 $3,026,000 -5% 3,221 $939   $270,707,000 21
2004/03/17 1 $2,605,000 -14% 3,221 $809   $273,311,000 22
2004/03/18 1 $2,782,000 +7% 3,221 $864   $276,093,000 23
2004/03/19 2 $4,900,000 +76% 3,250 $1,508   $281,000,000 24
2004/03/20 2 $7,970,160 +63% 3,250 $2,452   $289,004,202 25
2004/03/21 1 $6,503,042 -18% 3,250 $2,001   $295,507,244 26
2004/03/22 2 $1,773,000 -73% 3,250 $546   $297,280,000 27
2004/03/23 1 $1,841,000 +4% 3,250 $566   $299,121,000 28
2004/03/24 1 $1,632,000 -11% 3,250 $502   $300,753,000 29
2004/03/25 1 $1,806,000 +11% 3,250 $556   $302,559,000 30
2004/03/26 4 $3,200,000 +77% 3,168 $1,010   $305,800,000 31
2004/03/27 3 $5,186,862 +62% 3,214 $1,614   $310,860,490 32
2004/03/28 2 $4,292,288 -17% 3,214 $1,335   $315,152,778 33
2004/03/29 2 $1,193,000 -72% 3,168 $377   $316,346,000 34
2004/03/30 2 $1,352,000 +13% 3,168 $427   $317,698,000 35
2004/03/31 2 $1,275,000 -6% 3,168 $402   $318,970,000 36
2004/04/01 2 $1,255,000 -2% 3,168 $396   $320,228,000 37
2004/04/02 6 $2,692,000 +115% 3,408 $790   $322,920,000 38
2004/04/03 5 $4,096,404 +52% 3,408 $1,202   $326,852,950 39
2004/04/04 4 $4,004,021 -2% 3,408 $1,175   $330,856,971 40
2004/04/05 2 $1,292,000 -68% 3,408 $379   $332,149,000 41
2004/04/06 2 $1,603,000 +24% 3,408 $470   $333,751,000 42
2004/04/07 1 $1,775,000 +11% 3,408 $521   $335,526,000 43
2004/04/08 1 $2,245,000 +26% 3,408 $659   $337,771,000 44
2004/04/09 1 $6,569,000 +193% 3,203 $2,051   $344,340,000 45
2004/04/10 1 $4,973,293 -24% 3,240 $1,535   $349,340,005 46
2004/04/11 1 $3,666,346 -26% 3,240 $1,132   $353,006,351 47
2004/04/12 5 $1,298,000 -65% 3,240 $401   $354,304,000 48
2004/04/13 4 $932,000 -28% 3,240 $288   $355,236,000 49
2004/04/14 4 $785,000 -16% 3,240 $242   $356,021,000 50
2004/04/15 4 $690,000 -12% 3,240 $213   $356,711,000 51
2004/04/16 11 $1,200,000 +74% 2,848 $421   $357,900,000 52
2004/04/17 10 $1,692,518 +41% 2,848 $594   $359,530,498 53
2004/04/18 7 $1,231,121 -27% 2,848 $432   $360,761,619 54
2004/04/19 3 $356,000 -71% 2,848 $125   $361,118,000 55
2004/04/20 3 $366,000 +3% 2,848 $129   $361,484,000 56
2004/04/21 3 $362,000 -1% 2,848 $127   $361,846,000 57
2004/04/22 3 $353,000 -2% 2,848 $124   $362,199,000 58
2004/04/23 11 $600,000 +70% 2,269 $264   $362,800,000 59
2004/04/24 10 $915,508 +53% 2,269 $403   $363,683,801 60
2004/04/25 10 $730,780 -20% 2,269 $322   $364,414,581 61
2004/04/26 5 $227,000 -69% 2,269 $100   $364,642,000 62
2004/04/27 5 $229,000 +1% 2,269 $101   $364,870,000 63
2004/04/28 5 $205,000 -10% 2,269 $90   $365,076,000 64
2004/04/29 5 $202,000 -1% 2,269 $89   $365,278,000 65
2004/05/03 9 $149,000   1,832 $81   $366,834,000 69
2004/05/04 9 $146,000 -2% 1,832 $80   $366,980,000 70
2004/05/05 9 $135,000 -8% 1,832 $74   $367,115,000 71
2004/05/06 9 $127,000 -6% 1,832 $69   $367,242,000 72

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/02/20 1 $41,337,889   3,006 $13,752   $41,337,889 2
2004/02/27 1 $119,304,050 +189% 3,043 $39,206   $160,641,939 9
2004/03/05 1 $71,737,292 -40% 3,170 $22,630   $232,379,231 16
2004/03/12 1 $43,713,636 -39% 3,221 $13,571   $276,092,867 23
2004/03/19 2 $26,465,937 -39% 3,250 $8,143   $302,558,804 30
2004/03/26 2 $17,693,061 -33% 3,214 $5,505   $320,251,865 37
2004/04/02 5 $17,537,763 -1% 3,408 $5,146   $337,789,628 44
2004/04/09 1 $18,920,879 +8% 3,240 $5,840   $356,710,507 51
2004/04/16 8 $5,488,023 -71% 2,848 $1,927   $362,198,530 58
2004/04/23 11 $3,079,086 -44% 2,269 $1,357   $365,277,616 65
2004/04/30 15 $1,964,263 -36% 1,832 $1,072   $367,241,879 72
2004/05/07 14 $1,152,125 -41% 1,423 $810   $368,394,004 79
2004/05/14 19 $671,491 -42% 1,206 $557   $369,065,495 86
2004/05/21 18 $435,528 -35% 715 $609   $369,501,023 93
2004/05/28 26 $296,355 -32% 576 $515   $369,797,378 100
2004/06/04 29 $164,852 -44% 440 $375   $369,962,230 107
2004/06/11 37 $107,375 -35% 208 $516   $370,069,605 114
2004/06/18 41 $74,281 -31% 158 $470   $370,143,886 121
2004/06/25 39 $39,765 -46% 90 $442   $370,183,651 128
2004/07/02 54 $29,634 -25% 38 $780   $370,213,285 135
2004/07/09 56 $32,194 +9% 32 $1,006   $370,245,479 142
2004/07/16 65 $19,714 -39% 21 $939   $370,265,193 149
2004/07/23 71 $9,411 -52% 18 $523   $370,274,604 156
2005/03/11 28 $335,830   957 $351   $370,610,434 387
2005/03/18 50 $94,192 -72% 290 $325   $370,704,626 394
2005/03/25 55 $78,304 -17% 162 $483   $370,782,930 401

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/27/20163019,395 828,982$98,643$6,702,329478

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/4/2010745,436 45,436$590,215$590,215166

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