Paul Blart: Mall Cop

Paul Blart: Mall Cop poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $146,336,178Details
International Box Office $39,568,572
Worldwide Box Office $185,904,750
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $55,217,330 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,829,721 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $57,047,051
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
33% - Rotten
Audience
43% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$26,000,000
Theatrical Release: January 16th, 2009 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: May 19th, 2009 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for some violence, mild crude and suggestive humor, and language
Franchise: Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Kevin James    Paul Blart
Keir O'Donnell    Veck Sims
Jayma Mays    Amy
Raini Rodriguez    Maya Blart
Shirley Knight    Mom
Stephen Rannazzisi    Stuart
Peter Gerety    Chief Brooks
Bobby Cannavale    Commander Kent
Adam Ferrara    Segeant Howard

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Steve Carr
Screenwriter    Kevin James
Screenwriter    Nick Bakay
Producer    Todd Garner
Producer    Kevin James
Producer    Barry Bernardi
Producer    Adam Sandler
Producer    Jack Giarraputo
Executive Producer    Jeff Sussman
Cinematographer    Russ T. Alsobrook
Editor    Jeff Freeman
Composer    Waddy Wachtel
Music Supervisor    Michael Dilbeck
Production Designer    Perry Andelin Blake
Art Director    Alan Au
Set Decorator    Tracey Doyle
Costume Designer    Ellen Lutter
Sound Mixer    Deb Adair
Sound Mixer    William Freesh
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael J. Benavente
Supervising Sound Editor    Elmo Weber
Associate Producer    Jason Taragon
Associate Producer    Gino Falsetto
Assistant Director    Marty Eli Schwartz
Second Unit Director    Barry Bernardi
Casting Director    Jeanne McCarthy
Casting Director    Nicole Abellera

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/01/16 1 $9,791,368   3,144 $3,114   $9,791,368 1
2009/01/17 1 $13,235,767 +35% 3,144 $4,210   $23,027,135 2
2009/01/18 1 $8,805,501 -33% 3,144 $2,801   $31,832,636 3
2009/01/19 1 $7,401,602 -16% 3,144 $2,354   $39,234,238 4
2009/01/20 1 $1,591,683 -78% 3,144 $506   $40,825,921 5
2009/01/21 2 $1,195,583 -25% 3,144 $380   $42,021,504 6
2009/01/22 2 $1,278,694 +7% 3,144 $407   $43,300,198 7
2009/01/23 2 $5,612,176 +339% 3,144 $1,785   $48,912,374 8
2009/01/24 1 $10,066,149 +79% 3,144 $3,202   $58,978,523 9
2009/01/25 1 $5,944,857 -41% 3,144 $1,891   $64,923,380 10
2009/01/26 2 $1,140,115 -81% 3,144 $363   $66,063,495 11
2009/01/27 3 $1,081,117 -5% 3,144 $344   $67,144,612 12
2009/01/28 1 $1,158,610 +7% 3,144 $369   $68,303,222 13
2009/01/29 2 $1,071,682 -8% 3,144 $341   $69,374,904 14
2009/01/30 3 $4,085,226 +281% 3,206 $1,274   $73,460,130 15
2009/01/31 2 $7,259,165 +78% 3,206 $2,264   $80,719,295 16
2009/02/01 2 $2,528,360 -65% 3,206 $789   $83,247,655 17
2009/02/02 3 $705,315 -72% 3,206 $220   $83,952,970 18
2009/02/03 4 $686,579 -3% 3,206 $214   $84,639,549 19
2009/02/04 4 $665,107 -3% 3,206 $207   $85,304,656 20
2009/02/05 4 $697,206 +5% 3,206 $217   $86,001,862 21
2009/02/06 6 $2,760,598 +296% 3,169 $871   $88,762,460 22
2009/02/07 5 $5,201,124 +88% 3,169 $1,641   $93,963,584 23
2009/02/08 5 $2,923,103 -44% 3,169 $922   $96,886,687 24
2009/02/09 5 $532,394 -82% 3,169 $168   $97,419,081 25
2009/02/10 7 $465,701 -13% 3,169 $147   $97,884,782 26
2009/02/11 7 $403,856 -13% 3,169 $127   $98,288,638 27
2009/02/12 6 $525,862 +30% 3,169 $166   $98,814,500 28
2009/02/13 7 $2,377,615 +352% 2,965 $802   $101,192,115 29
2009/02/14 6 $5,432,501 +128% 2,965 $1,832   $106,624,616 30
2009/02/15 6 $3,173,203 -42% 2,965 $1,070   $109,797,819 31
2009/02/16 6 $2,590,705 -18% 2,965 $874   $112,388,524 32
2009/02/17 6 $727,984 -72% 2,965 $246   $113,116,508 33
2009/02/18 6 $604,490 -17% 2,965 $204   $113,720,998 34
2009/02/19 6 $658,555 +9% 2,965 $222   $114,379,553 35
2009/02/20 9 $1,857,521 +182% 2,835 $655   $116,237,074 36
2009/02/21 7 $3,132,266 +69% 2,835 $1,105   $119,369,340 37
2009/02/22 6 $1,831,590 -42% 2,835 $646   $121,200,930 38
2009/02/23 9 $331,144 -82% 2,835 $117   $121,532,074 39
2009/02/24 9 $343,201 +4% 2,835 $121   $121,875,275 40
2009/02/25 9 $298,388 -13% 2,835 $105   $122,173,663 41
2009/02/26 9 $331,857 +11% 2,835 $117   $122,505,520 42
2009/02/27 8 $1,421,484 +328% 2,698 $527   $123,927,004 43
2009/02/28 5 $2,683,100 +89% 2,698 $994   $126,610,104 44
2009/03/01 6 $1,497,808 -44% 2,698 $555   $128,107,912 45
2009/03/02 7 $365,048 -76% 2,698 $135   $128,472,960 46
2009/03/03 7 $351,356 -4% 2,698 $130   $128,824,316 47
2009/03/04 7 $308,851 -12% 2,698 $114   $129,133,167 48
2009/03/05 7 $309,512 n/c 2,698 $115   $129,442,679 49
2009/03/06 6 $1,119,940 +262% 2,558 $438   $130,562,619 50
2009/03/07 5 $1,987,503 +77% 2,558 $777   $132,550,122 51
2009/03/08 5 $1,038,873 -48% 2,558 $406   $133,588,995 52
2009/03/09 6 $246,788 -76% 2,558 $96   $133,835,783 53
2009/03/10 7 $271,782 +10% 2,558 $106   $134,107,565 54
2009/03/11 6 $265,350 -2% 2,558 $104   $134,372,915 55
2009/03/12 6 $293,917 +11% 2,558 $115   $134,666,832 56
2009/03/13 9 $859,612 +192% 2,281 $377   $135,526,444 57
2009/03/14 7 $1,465,513 +70% 2,281 $642   $136,991,957 58
2009/03/15 8 $794,026 -46% 2,281 $348   $137,785,983 59
2009/03/16 8 $326,104 -59% 2,281 $143   $138,112,087 60
2009/03/17 8 $338,543 +4% 2,281 $148   $138,450,630 61
2009/03/18 7 $364,314 +8% 2,281 $160   $138,814,944 62
2009/03/19 6 $394,286 +8% 2,281 $173   $139,209,230 63
2009/03/20 11 $595,113 +51% 1,762 $338   $139,804,343 64
2009/03/21 11 $817,968 +37% 1,762 $464   $140,622,311 65
2009/03/22 11 $429,903 -47% 1,762 $244   $141,052,214 66
2009/03/23 11 $145,917 -66% 1,762 $83   $141,198,131 67
2009/03/24 11 $151,766 +4% 1,762 $86   $141,349,897 68
2009/03/25 11 $157,824 +4% 1,762 $90   $141,507,721 69
2009/03/26 11 $155,533 -1% 1,762 $88   $141,663,254 70
2009/03/27 14 $238,619 +53% 1,082 $221   $141,901,873 71
2009/03/28 14 $377,295 +58% 1,082 $349   $142,279,168 72
2009/03/29 14 $224,682 -40% 1,082 $208   $142,503,850 73
2009/03/30 14 $65,044 -71% 1,082 $60   $142,568,894 74
2009/03/31 14 $72,814 +12% 1,082 $67   $142,641,708 75
2009/04/01 14 $71,678 -2% 1,082 $66   $142,713,386 76
2009/04/02 14 $75,258 +5% 1,082 $70   $142,788,644 77
2009/04/03 16 $121,261 +61% 545 $222   $142,909,905 78
2009/04/04 16 $163,675 +35% 545 $300   $143,073,580 79
2009/04/05 16 $88,782 -46% 545 $163   $143,162,362 80
2009/05/25 27 $43,051   194 $222   $146,336,178 130

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/01/16 1 $31,832,636   3,144 $10,125   $31,832,636 3
2009/01/23 1 $21,623,182 -32% 3,144 $6,878   $64,923,380 10
2009/01/30 2 $13,872,751 -36% 3,206 $4,327   $83,247,655 17
2009/02/06 5 $10,884,825 -22% 3,169 $3,435   $96,886,687 24
2009/02/13 6 $10,983,319 +1% 2,965 $3,704   $109,797,819 31
2009/02/20 7 $6,821,377 -38% 2,835 $2,406   $121,200,930 38
2009/02/27 6 $5,602,392 -18% 2,698 $2,076   $128,107,912 45
2009/03/06 5 $4,146,316 -26% 2,558 $1,621   $133,588,995 52
2009/03/13 7 $3,119,151 -25% 2,281 $1,367   $137,785,983 59
2009/03/20 11 $1,842,984 -41% 1,762 $1,046   $141,052,214 66
2009/03/27 14 $840,596 -54% 1,082 $777   $142,503,850 73
2009/04/03 16 $373,718 -56% 545 $686   $143,162,362 80
2009/04/10 15 $596,019 +59% 514 $1,160   $143,956,523 87
2009/04/17 17 $473,756 -21% 403 $1,176   $144,689,133 94
2009/04/24 19 $357,883 -24% 342 $1,046   $145,151,723 101
2009/05/01 22 $273,508 -24% 297 $921   $145,501,364 108
2009/05/08 19 $226,886 -17% 267 $850   $145,790,203 115
2009/05/15 21 $236,184 +4% 240 $984   $146,081,053 122
2009/05/22 32 $147,141 -38% 194 $758   $146,293,127 129

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/24/200911,702,832 1,702,832$27,551,822$27,551,8221
5/31/20091459,660-73% 2,162,492$8,237,107$35,788,9292
6/7/20093192,032-58% 2,354,524$3,070,592$38,859,5213
6/14/20094167,045-13% 2,521,569$2,671,050$41,530,5704
6/21/20091467,044-60% 2,588,613$1,014,376$42,544,9465
6/28/20091456,162-16% 2,644,775$890,168$43,435,1146
7/5/20092840,792-27% 2,685,567$652,264$44,087,3787
7/26/20091449,679 2,773,002$822,684$45,539,17910
11/29/20099499,226 3,340,978$3,309,868$50,119,07028

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