Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $88,768,303Details
International Box Office $137,698,827
Worldwide Box Office $226,467,130
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $40,898,678 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $10,620,604 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,519,282
Further financial details...

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Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
49% - Rotten
Audience
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$95,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 12th, 2010 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: June 29th, 2010 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for action violence and peril, some scary images and suggestive material, and mild language
(Rating bulletin 2103, 1/13/2010)
Franchise: Percy Jackson
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Fox 2000 Pictures, 1492 Pictures, Sunswept Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Big Screen Prods, Phoenix Pictures

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DVD Sales: Cop Out on Top

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DVD Sales: Putting a Bounty on Top Spot

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DVD Sales: Not the Finest Week on the Home Market

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DVD Sales: New Releases Light Up the Sales Chart

A trio of new releases led the way on the sales chart this week with Percy & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief topping the chart. It sold 823,000 units over its opening week for consumer spending at retail of $13.99 million. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 29th, 2010

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International Details: Bounty Takes down the Competition

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International Details: Just Another Week on the International Chart

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International Top Five: Alice is a Worldwide Wonderland

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International Top Five: Avatar Laps Nearest Competition

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Island Alone at the Top

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International Top Five: Double-Digits Wins for Avatar

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Cast

Logan Lerman    Percy Jackson
Alexandra Daddario    Annabeth
Jake Abel    Luke
Sean Bean    Zeus
Pierce Brosnan    Mr. Brunner/Chiron
Uma Thurman    Medusa
Steve Coogan    Hades
Melina Kanakaredes    Athena
Catherine Keener    Sally Jackson
Rosario Dawson    Persephone
Kevin McKidd    Poseidon
Joe Pantoliano    Gabe Ugilano
Brandon T. Jackson    Grover Underwood

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Chris Columbus
Screenwriter    Craig Tiley
Based on the novel by    Rick Riordan
Producer    Karen Rosenfelt
Producer    Chris Columbus
Producer    Michael Barnathan
Executive Producer    Mark Radcliffe
Executive Producer    Thomas M. Hammel
Executive Producer    Greg Mooradian
Executive Producer    Guy Oseary
Executive Producer    Mark Morgan
Cinematographer    Stephen Goldblatt
Editor    Peter Honess
Composer    Christophe Beck
Production Designer    Howard Cummings
Supervising Art Director    Sandi Tanaka
Art Director    Dan Hermansen
Art Director    Ross Dempster
Art Director    Aaron Sims
Set Decorator    Peter Lando
Costume Designer    Renee April
Sound Mixer    Rob Young
Supervising Sound Editor    Randy Thom
Sound Designer    Will Files
Supervising Sound Editor    Robert Shoup
Re-recording Mixer    Randy Thom
Re-recording Mixer    Gary A. Risso
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kevin Mack
Makeup Effects Designer    Bill Terezakis
Stunt Coordinator    Bob Brown
Associate Producer    Karen Swallow
Assistant Director    Lars P. Winther
Casting    Janet Hirshenson
Casting    Jane Jenkins
Casting    Coreen Mayrs
Casting    Keike Brandstatter

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/02/12 3 $9,635,313   3,356 $2,871   $9,635,313 1
2010/02/13 2 $11,426,364 +19% 3,356 $3,405   $21,061,677 2
2010/02/14 3 $10,174,390 -11% 3,356 $3,032   $31,236,067 3
2010/02/15 1 $7,425,567 -27% 3,356 $2,213   $38,661,634 4
2010/02/16 2 $1,907,178 -74% 3,356 $568   $40,568,812 5
2010/02/17 4 $1,452,957 -24% 3,356 $433   $42,021,769 6
2010/02/18 4 $1,438,623 -1% 3,356 $429   $43,460,392 7
2010/02/19 3 $4,026,278 +180% 3,396 $1,186   $47,486,670 8
2010/02/20 4 $6,979,947 +73% 3,396 $2,055   $54,466,617 9
2010/02/21 3 $4,248,196 -39% 3,396 $1,251   $58,714,813 10
2010/02/22 5 $717,247 -83% 3,396 $211   $59,432,060 11
2010/02/23 5 $700,890 -2% 3,396 $206   $60,132,950 12
2010/02/24 5 $601,853 -14% 3,396 $177   $60,734,803 13
2010/02/25 4 $680,056 +13% 3,396 $200   $61,414,859 14
2010/02/26 6 $2,374,210 +249% 3,302 $719   $63,789,069 15
2010/02/27 5 $4,615,167 +94% 3,302 $1,398   $68,404,236 16
2010/02/28 5 $2,594,044 -44% 3,302 $786   $70,998,280 17
2010/03/01 6 $497,031 -81% 3,302 $151   $71,495,311 18
2010/03/02 6 $512,342 +3% 3,302 $155   $72,007,653 19
2010/03/03 6 $464,712 -9% 3,302 $141   $72,472,365 20
2010/03/04 6 $460,761 -1% 3,302 $140   $72,933,126 21
2010/03/05 8 $1,385,264 +201% 2,994 $463   $74,318,390 22
2010/03/06 7 $2,363,430 +71% 2,994 $789   $76,681,820 23
2010/03/07 7 $1,375,929 -42% 2,994 $460   $78,057,749 24
2010/03/08 8 $269,044 -80% 2,994 $90   $78,326,793 25
2010/03/09 9 $288,155 +7% 2,994 $96   $78,614,948 26
2010/03/10 9 $271,685 -6% 2,994 $91   $78,886,633 27
2010/03/11 8 $306,367 +13% 2,994 $102   $79,193,000 28
2010/03/12 12 $774,694 +153% 2,175 $356   $79,967,694 29
2010/03/13 11 $1,407,589 +82% 2,175 $647   $81,375,283 30
2010/03/14 11 $895,348 -36% 2,175 $412   $82,270,631 31
2010/03/15 11 $331,751 -63% 2,175 $153   $82,602,382 32
2010/03/16 11 $391,565 +18% 2,175 $180   $82,993,947 33
2010/03/17 10 $334,386 -15% 2,175 $154   $83,328,333 34
2010/03/18 11 $341,963 +2% 2,175 $157   $83,670,296 35
2010/03/19 15 $395,201 +16% 1,348 $293   $84,065,497 36
2010/03/20 16 $577,642 +46% 1,348 $429   $84,643,139 37
2010/03/21 13 $395,627 -32% 1,348 $293   $85,038,766 38
2010/03/22 16 $102,165 -74% 1,348 $76   $85,140,931 39
2010/03/23 16 $91,444 -10% 1,348 $68   $85,232,375 40
2010/03/24 16 $89,328 -2% 1,348 $66   $85,321,703 41
2010/03/25 16 $112,091 +25% 1,348 $83   $85,433,794 42
2010/03/26 - $190,294 +70% 790 $241   $85,624,088 43
2010/03/27 - $286,778 +51% 790 $363   $85,910,866 44
2010/03/28 - $195,619 -32% 790 $248   $86,106,485 45
2010/03/29 - $72,902 -63% 790 $92   $86,179,387 46
2010/03/30 - $70,438 -3% 790 $89   $86,249,825 47
2010/03/31 - $54,308 -23% 654 $83   $86,304,133 48
2010/04/01 - $68,064 +25% 654 $104   $86,372,197 49
2010/04/02 - $133,090 +96% 412 $323   $86,505,287 50
2010/04/03 - $128,331 -4% 412 $311   $86,633,618 51
2010/04/04 - $61,629 -52% 412 $150   $86,695,247 52
2010/04/05 - $48,888 -21% 412 $119   $86,744,135 53
2010/04/06 - $41,423 -15% 412 $101   $86,785,558 54
2010/04/07 - $39,084 -6% 412 $95   $86,824,642 55
2010/04/08 - $45,674 +17% 412 $111   $86,870,316 56
2010/04/09 - $90,253 +98% 303 $298   $86,960,569 57
2010/04/10 - $137,041 +52% 303 $452   $87,097,610 58
2010/04/11 - $61,669 -55% 303 $204   $87,159,279 59
2010/04/12 - $18,022 -71% 303 $59   $87,177,301 60
2010/04/13 - $15,555 -14% 303 $51   $87,192,856 61
2010/04/14 - $13,427 -14% 303 $44   $87,206,283 62
2010/04/15 - $15,911 +19% 303 $53   $87,222,194 63
2010/04/16 - $59,589 +275% 301 $198   $87,281,783 64
2010/04/17 - $108,633 +82% 301 $361   $87,390,416 65
2010/04/18 - $60,791 -44% 301 $202   $87,451,207 66
2010/04/19 - $16,415 -73% 301 $55   $87,467,622 67
2010/04/20 - $16,172 -1% 301 $54   $87,483,794 68
2010/04/21 - $15,704 -3% 301 $52   $87,499,498 69
2010/04/22 - $15,219 -3% 301 $51   $87,514,717 70
2010/04/23 - $59,238 +289% 291 $204   $87,573,955 71
2010/04/24 - $108,390 +83% 291 $372   $87,682,345 72
2010/04/25 - $67,396 -38% 291 $232   $87,749,741 73
2010/04/26 - $14,441 -79% 291 $50   $87,764,182 74
2010/04/27 - $13,490 -7% 291 $46   $87,777,672 75
2010/04/28 - $12,516 -7% 291 $43   $87,790,188 76
2010/04/29 - $14,304 +14% 291 $49   $87,804,492 77
2010/04/30 - $53,706 +275% 265 $203   $87,858,198 78
2010/05/01 - $88,088 +64% 265 $332   $87,946,286 79
2010/05/02 - $55,991 -36% 265 $211   $88,002,277 80
2010/05/03 - $13,426 -76% 265 $51   $88,015,703 81
2010/05/04 - $12,722 -5% 265 $48   $88,028,425 82
2010/05/05 - $10,698 -16% 265 $40   $88,039,123 83
2010/05/06 - $12,685 +19% 265 $48   $88,051,808 84
2010/05/07 - $32,835 +159% 221 $149   $88,084,643 85
2010/05/08 - $57,995 +77% 221 $262   $88,142,638 86
2010/05/09 - $44,259 -24% 221 $200   $88,186,897 87
2010/05/10 - $9,867 -78% 221 $45   $88,196,764 88
2010/05/11 - $11,182 +13% 221 $51   $88,207,946 89
2010/05/12 - $11,583 +4% 221 $52   $88,219,529 90
2010/05/13 - $11,751 +1% 221 $53   $88,231,280 91
2010/05/14 - $31,768 +170% 209 $152   $88,263,048 92
2010/05/15 - $56,097 +77% 209 $268   $88,319,145 93
2010/05/16 - $35,305 -37% 209 $169   $88,354,450 94
2010/05/17 - $8,455 -76% 209 $40   $88,362,905 95
2010/05/18 - $9,219 +9% 209 $44   $88,372,124 96
2010/05/19 - $8,204 -11% 209 $39   $88,380,328 97
2010/05/20 - $10,101 +23% 209 $48   $88,390,429 98
2010/05/21 - $23,634 +134% 166 $142   $88,414,063 99
2010/05/22 - $42,594 +80% 166 $257   $88,456,657 100
2010/05/23 - $23,961 -44% 166 $144   $88,480,618 101
2010/05/24 - $10,205 -57% 166 $61   $88,490,823 102
2010/05/25 - $9,079 -11% 166 $55   $88,499,902 103
2010/05/26 - $9,164 +1% 166 $55   $88,509,066 104
2010/05/27 - $11,055 +21% 166 $67   $88,520,121 105
2010/05/28 - $17,896 +62% 108 $166   $88,538,017 106
2010/05/29 - $25,198 +41% 108 $233   $88,563,215 107
2010/05/30 - $17,877 -29% 108 $166   $88,581,092 108
2010/05/31 37 $21,986 +23% 108 $204   $88,603,078 109
2010/06/01 - $7,176 -67% 108 $66   $88,610,254 110
2010/06/02 - $6,630 -8% 108 $61   $88,616,884 111
2010/06/03 - $7,217 +9% 108 $67   $88,624,101 112
2010/06/04 - $11,763 +63% 81 $145   $88,635,864 113
2010/06/05 - $17,808 +51% 81 $220   $88,653,672 114
2010/06/06 - $11,448 -36% 81 $141   $88,665,120 115
2010/06/07 - $5,372 -53% 81 $66   $88,670,492 116
2010/06/08 - $6,678 +24% 81 $82   $88,677,170 117
2010/06/09 - $7,619 +14% 81 $94   $88,684,789 118
2010/06/10 - $6,940 -9% 81 $86   $88,691,729 119
2010/06/11 - $9,089 +31% 43 $211   $88,700,818 120
2010/06/12 - $11,168 +23% 43 $260   $88,711,986 121
2010/06/13 - $6,762 -39% 43 $157   $88,718,748 122
2010/06/14 - $2,982 -56% 43 $69   $88,721,730 123
2010/06/15 - $3,523 +18% 43 $82   $88,725,253 124
2010/06/16 - $2,750 -22% 43 $64   $88,728,003 125
2010/06/17 - $3,290 +20% 43 $77   $88,731,293 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/02/12 3 $31,236,067   3,356 $9,308   $31,236,067 3
2010/02/19 4 $15,254,421 -51% 3,396 $4,492   $58,714,813 10
2010/02/26 5 $9,583,421 -37% 3,302 $2,902   $70,998,280 17
2010/03/05 7 $5,124,623 -47% 2,994 $1,712   $78,057,749 24
2010/03/12 11 $3,077,631 -40% 2,175 $1,415   $82,270,631 31
2010/03/19 16 $1,368,470 -56% 1,348 $1,015   $85,038,766 38
2010/03/26 19 $672,691 -51% 790 $852   $86,106,485 45
2010/04/02 21 $323,050 -52% 412 $784   $86,695,247 52
2010/04/09 21 $288,963 -11% 303 $954   $87,159,279 59
2010/04/16 25 $229,013 -21% 301 $761   $87,451,207 66
2010/04/23 24 $235,024 +3% 291 $808   $87,749,741 73
2010/04/30 26 $197,785 -16% 265 $746   $88,002,277 80
2010/05/07 32 $135,089 -32% 221 $611   $88,186,897 87
2010/05/14 33 $123,170 -9% 209 $589   $88,354,450 94
2010/05/21 35 $90,189 -27% 166 $543   $88,480,618 101
2010/05/28 39 $60,971 -32% 108 $565   $88,581,092 108
2010/06/04 48 $41,019 -33% 81 $506   $88,665,120 115
2010/06/11 49 $27,019 -34% 43 $628   $88,718,748 122
2010/06/18 67 $12,389 -54% 26 $477   $88,743,682 129
2010/06/25 70 $8,883 -28% 19 $468   $88,761,720 136

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/4/20101864,290 864,290$16,447,439$16,447,4391
7/11/20102288,915-67% 1,153,205$5,714,739$22,162,1772
7/18/20103153,737-47% 1,306,942$3,073,203$25,235,3803
7/25/20104127,334-17% 1,434,276$2,472,826$27,708,2064
8/1/2010580,218-37% 1,514,494$1,202,468$28,910,6745
8/8/20101055,710-31% 1,570,204$835,093$29,745,7676
8/15/20101346,214-17% 1,616,418$692,748$30,438,5157
8/22/20101244,979-3% 1,661,397$773,639$31,212,1548
8/29/20102233,667-25% 1,695,064$365,287$31,577,4419
9/5/20102330,434-10% 1,725,498$465,032$32,042,47210
9/12/20102626,080-14% 1,751,578$443,099$32,485,57111
8/11/20131925,565 2,244,929$141,374$38,664,718163
8/25/20132918,850 2,281,093$94,062$38,860,759165

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/4/20101195,241 195,241$5,160,220$5,160,2201
7/11/2010251,879-73% 247,120$1,400,206$6,560,4262
7/18/2010330,651-41% 277,771$886,437$7,446,8633
7/25/2010518,416-40% 296,187$516,743$7,963,6064
8/1/2010712,878-30% 309,065$347,578$8,311,1845
8/8/20101016,599+29% 325,664$356,709$8,667,8936
8/15/2010146,900-58% 332,564$137,932$8,805,8257
8/22/2010147,070+2% 339,634$148,684$8,954,5098
8/29/2010913,720+94% 353,354$212,517$9,167,0269
8/11/2013129,623 442,940$90,650$10,196,105163

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