Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $309,420,425Details
International Box Office $651,576,067
Worldwide Box Office $960,996,492
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $296,773,798 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $5,640,260 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $302,414,058
Further financial details...

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  2. News
  3. Box Office
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  5. Full Financials
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
45% - Rotten
Audience
72% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$300,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 24th, 2007 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: December 4th, 2007 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action/adventure violence and some frightening images
Franchise: Pirates of the Caribbean
Keywords: Visual Effects, Pirates
Source:Based on Theme Park Ride
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer

DVD Releases for September 9, 2008 - Part II

TV on DVD is at its peak for the year, just in time for the new season to start. However, because last season was cut short by the writers' strike, and so many studios are not taking that into account in the pricing, there are fewer releases at are contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. But we do have a worthy recipient of the award, Fist of Legend - Buy from Amazon, the latest release from Dragon Dynasty. Also, while the week was slow on top, it was busy overall, so much so that we had to split the week's list into two parts again. Part I can be found here. More...

Awards Season - No Shortage of Love for Country or Blood

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DVD Sales - Simpsons Secure Second Win

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DVD Sales - Simpsons Struggle on Top

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DVD Rentals - Bourne the Ultimate Rental of the Week

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DVD Sales - Potter Is Magic on the Home Market

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Award Season - SAG Follows the Script - SAG Nominations

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced this week, but again there were no clear front runners for the six theatrical categories. More...

DVD Rentals - Superbad is Super but Pirates were not Bad

Like it was on the sales chart, new releases took the top two spots on the DVD rental chart. However, they finished in the opposite order as Superbad beat out Pirates of the Caribbean - At World's End $13.97 million to $9.54 million. Superbad's performance here compared to its performance on the sales chart may be explained either as a clear case of Try-Before-You-Buy, or it may be a lot of people interested in seeing it are expecting to get it for Christmas. More...

DVD Sales - Pirates Find Plenty of Booty on the Home Market

Only five new releases landed on the sales chart this week, but that included the top two sellers. Leading the way was Pirates of the Caribbean - At World's End with a year's best weekly sales of 7.35 million units and total revenue of $145.06 million, which crushes The Transformers' opening week by nearly 2 million units. In fact, after just one week, At World's End is in fourth place for the whole year. At this pace, it could be the biggest seller of the year by next week. More...

DVD Releases for December 4, 2007

This week was not as busy as I was expecting. Perhaps the thought of going against Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 2-Disc Collector's Edition or on Blu-Ray was enough to scare away the competition. However, while that is a formidable release, it is not this week's DVD Pick of the Week. For that, we have Superbad - Unrated 2-Disc Edition or Unrated Blu-Ray Edition. If you have a Blu-Ray player, that edition is worth the extra money, but it is not the kind of release worth upgrading for. More...

2007 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

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International Details - Die Hard still has Life Left

Live Free or Die Hard was knocked out of the top five but still earned $7.15 million on 317 screens in 29 markets for a total of $192.83 million. The film opened in first place in four markets, with the biggest being Brazil at $1.60 million on 352 screens over the weekend and $2.07 million in total. At this pace the film would hit $200 million this weekend, even if it didn't open in Australia, while it will top Die Hard with a Vengeance's worldwide total shortly. More...

International Details for May 18

No, this is not a repeat, May 18 is the name of a South Korean film that opened last weekend with $7.40 million on 534 screens over the weekend and $9.66 million in total. This was enough for first place finish in its native market and a sixth place finish internationally. More...

International Details - Transformers Remains Hair-raising

The Transformers held on strong dipping just 7% to $33.77 million on 4626 screens in 41 markets for a total of $192.44 million. This includes an estimated $6.4 million from previews in the U.K. The film's only major opening of the weekend was Mexico where it placed first with $5.46 million on 410 screens pushing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix into second place. The Transformers also continued its amazing run in South Korea adding $3.12 million on 442 screens for a running tally of $46.21 million, which is like making $500 million here given the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

International Details - Harry Was Not the Only Film to Light Up the Charts

As expected, The Transformers fell to second place this week, what wasn't expected was how well it held on. The film was down a mere 23% to $36.13 million on 3667 screens in 31 markets for a total of $146.66 million internationally. The film opened in China with a record-setting $12.6 million on 300 screens over the first five days while it earned $498,000 on 71 in Greece and $258,000 from 28 in Israel. The film's best market so far has been South Korea where it has taken in $39.52 million in three weeks, including $5.76 million on 540 screens this past weekend. This is a record for a non-South Korean film and an unexpectedly strong performance. Additionally, the film has yet to open in a number of major markets including the U.K., Japan, France, and Mexico and should hit $300 million internationally and $600 million worldwide, if not more. More...

International Details - Pirates Still Have Some Fight Left in Them

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End remained in sixth place with $8.94 million on 5442 screens in 101 markets for a total of $624.93 million. Internationally the film is in fifth place all-time and should top Dead Man's Chest shortly. Worldwide, it is also in fifth place but Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone's $974.56 million seems safe. As for At World's End's individual markets, the U.K. is still ahead of Japan $80.06 million to $77.58 million. However, Japan is catching up $2.28 million on 674 screens compared to just $738,000 on 357 in the U.K. At this pace Japan will need just two weeks to become the film's biggest draw. More...

Transformers\'s Changing Fortunes

Records fell this past week(end) as The Transformers topped almost all expectations and broke a couple of records. However, while the overall box office hit $174 million, which was 12% higher than last weekend, it was 20% lower than the same weekend last year. There are some mitigating circumstances to deal with. For instance, the midweek releases did pull some business from the weekend. And secondly, last year at this time was the then record-breaking opening of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. More...

International Details - Pirates Ship Starts to Sink

Some very interesting news on the international front this weekend regarding Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. First of all, it fell out of the top five; however, it was still able to pull in more than $10 million over the weekend. Not too long ago it was a chore to find a dozen films that cracked $1 million, while this past weekend we had 6 that earned $10 million or more. Over the weekend the film added $14.02 million on 5775 screens in 104 markets for a total of $608.89 million internationally. It is the sixth film to cross $600 million internationally and is now in fifth place on that chart. Worldwide the film has $906.89 million making it the ninth highest grosser of all time. The U.K. is still the film's best market at $78.51 million compared to second pace Japan where it has made $74.02 million. However, that gap continues to narrow with the film making $3.23 million on 691 screens in the latter and $1.37 million on 401 screens in the former. More...

International Top Five - Shrek the First

Shrek the Third managed to grow, albeit by a tiny amount, adding $47.29 million on 5,737 screens in 45 markets for a total of $170.44 million. The film opened in a pair of major markets scoring first place in Germany with $7.84 million on 861 screens and a nearly identical $7.77 million on 687 screens in Spain. While these numbers are impressive, they are not up to the same level as Shrek 2 managed. On the other hand, it had the best openig of the year and the franchise in Belgium with $2.47 million on 125 screens, including midweek numbers. Holdovers continue to be a problem as the film was down 42% in France, the second worst in the top ten, adding $7.62 million on 8750 screens for a $22.22 million running tally. In Mexico is was even worse down 56% to $3.82 million on 417 screens over the weekend and $17.23 million in total More...

International Details - Spidey Swings into the Sunset

Spider-Man 3 fell out of the top five for the first time during its run, but since it has already hit $500 million internationally and is closing in on $900 million worldwide, this is hardly a reason to panic. Over the weekend the film added $3.02 million on 3914 screens in 65 markets for a total of $543.87 million, putting it in 11th place all time, just behind Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings. Worldwide the film had $873.88 million at the end of the weekend, which means it also places 11th on that all-time chart, but will top Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets before long. More...

International Top Five - Shrek Steals the Show

Not only did Shrek the Third climb to top spot this weekend, it also crossed $100 million internationally while hitting $400 million worldwide. Over the weekend the film added more than 10 new markets earning $46.64 million on 3564 screens in 32 markets for a total of $108.27 million, double its haul at this point last week. Its biggest new market of the week was France where it earned $12.5 million from 850 screens, 20% more than Shrek 2 opened with. The film was also tops in Mexico with $9.12 million on 418 screens and in Brazil with $5.9 million on 280. That last figure represents a record for animated films and is nearly triple what Shrek 2 opened with. On the other hand, the film fell nearly 50% in Australia to $4.41 million on 476 screens for a total of $16.78 million while its decline was even steeper in South Korea down 69% to $2.7 million over the weekend and $15.2 million in total. That said, it is still tracking for a $500 million international total and $800 million worldwide. On the other hand, poor critical reception and shorter legs suggest the franchise peaked with Shrek 2 and Shrek 4 and Shrek 5 might be pressing the studio's luck. More...

Four Fantastic over Father\'s Day

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer set a record for best Father's Day opening and overall the box office reached just over $145 million, which was 7% more than last weekend. But that's still lower than the same weekend last year by just over 4%. On the one hand, the box office is still healthy and undoubtedly more records will fall this year. On the other hand, there are some troubling signs and perhaps the irrational exuberance is starting to wear off. More...

Summer Looking to Return to Fantastic Ways

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International Top Five - Pirates Lucky Streak Continues

Weaker than expected competition helped Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End maintain its stranglehold on first place, despite losing more than 50% at the box office. Over the weekend the film added $50.70 million on 12,591 screens in 103 markets for a total of $495.16 million meaning it should crack $500 million internationally by this time this column in published while $600 million is still the target number. However, due to weaker than expected domestic numbers $1 billion worldwide is out of reach. The film hit $50 million in Japan over the weekend after earning $7.68 million on 842 screens, down just 20%. That was the film's biggest single market over the weekend, but its total there of $50.41 million is second place to the U.K.'s $66.22 million running tally. However, in that market the film is fading fast and Japan could eventually become At World's End's most lucrative market. More...

Ocean\'s Luck Runs Out

After three monster hits, it appears moviegoers might be undergoing some type of blockbuster fatigue. All three new releases wilted under the pressure at the weekend. Overall, the box office still increased from last week, but it was up less than 1% to $136 million and compared to the same weekend last year it was down 11%. Worse yet, 2007 has fallen below 2004's record setting pace for the summer season and that year wasn't as front-loaded as this year. On the bright side, we still have a tremendous number of potential $100 million movies and that's one record that is still within reach. More...

Will 13 Be Lucky for Ocean?

Moviegoers craving originality this weekend might have to look somewhere other than the wide releases. We have the third movie in a trilogy, a sequel, and the second digitally animated penguin picture to open within a year. Even so, all three have enough strength that the overall box office should maintain its strong pace when compared to last year. More...

International Top Five - Pirates Catching Up

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End lost more than 50% of its international opening this past weekend, but it was still the clear winner with an outstanding $103.22 million on 17,500 screens in 103 markets. It also became the fastest film to reach $400 million internationally with $406.41 million after the weekend and that places it 25th on that particular chart. Worldwide the film had $623.96 million, which put it in 30th place just behind The Incredibles (it overtook that film during the week). At this pace, the film should have no difficulty catching Spider-Man 3 and become the biggest international box office hit this year. It should manage to become the worldwide leader shortly afterward. More...

Pirates Hit Hard but not Knocked Out

The post-holiday weekend saw a massive collapse at the box office, with receipts down 34% to $135 million. However, that collapse was entirely predictable. On the other hand, the film market fell below the same weekend last year, which is a lot more troublesome. Granted, the drop-off is less than one percent, and year-to-date 2007 is still showing strong growth, but it is concerning nonetheless. More...

New Releases have Limited Success on the Per Theater Chart

Only three films were able to crack into the $10,000 club on the per theater chart. The only new release to do so was Knocked Up, which was barely able to reach that figure with $10,690. Second place went to The Golden Door with $10,169, while the overall number one film, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, earned third place with $10,134. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pirates Top Chart, But Drift Off Course

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End topped the weekend chart comfortably, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. The swashbuckling adventure added an estimated $43.2 million to its tally, taking it to a healthy $216.5 million total gross in the US alone. But its weekend-to-weekend drop-off was over 60%, and $43 million is well behind most predictions. Although $300 million seems like a certainty (our projection has it reaching the mark after 23 or 24 days in release), anything beyond that is looking increasingly unlikely. More...

Newcomers Try to Knock Pirates out of Top Spot

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Pirates Sail into First Place on Per Theater Chart

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International Top One - Pirates Score Record Plunder in International Seas

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Weekend Estimates: Pirates Plunder Memorial Day Record

As expected, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End has taken the Memorial Day weekend record with an estimated Friday-Saturday-Sunday haul of $112,547,000, according to Buena Vista's Sunday estimate. That gives the movie a four day total of $126,547,000, including Thursday previews. While somewhat behind the early pace of Spider-Man 3, the long weekend and official start of the Summer vacation season will help Pirates catch up in the coming days, and we look set for a box office battle royale. More...

At World\'s End Makes $43 Million, or $57 Million, on Opening Day

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Movie Website Updates for May 20 - May 26, 2007

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Pirates set for a Memorable Memorial Day

For the third time in four weeks there will be another $100 million opening. It's strange, for four years after Spider-Man set the record, no film matched its record-setting debut. In fact, no film really came that close. However, in the past 12 months, three films have topped that mark and another film will do the same this weekend. More...

Contest - Pirate Booty

Yet another potential $100 million movie opens this weekend. In fact, Memorial Day Weekend pretty much guarantees Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End will hit $100 million. However, that also complicates our box office prediction contest, as we are only interested in the film's 3-day opening weekend and we have to wait a day to get those numbers. To win one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Alone With Her on DVD as well as Catch & Release Soundtrack on CD. Meanwhile, the person who comes the closest to the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of The Lost City on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2007 Preview: May

It's the first of May, which means it is the start of the summer blockbuster season. This year, May is dominated by sequels, and not just sequels; there are three monster franchises releasing their third installments this month. If these films were the only monster hits being released this month, I would assume that any of them would have little difficulty hitting $300 million; for that matter, all three would have a better than 50% shot at $400 million. However, it seems highly unlikely to have three $400 million movies open in one month, especially given there's never been two $400 million movies to open in the same year. But who knows, records have already fallen this year, so anything's possible. On a side note, there is a real gap between the big three and the rest of the new releases. There's a slim chance another sequel, 28 Weeks Later, could crack $100 million. However, it looks like the any of the big three releases will earn twice as much as all of the other films on this list will earn combined. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 7, 2007

It's the Saturday after Good Friday, which explains why this column was delayed one day. But while the Friday was good, this week's sites were mediocre, at least they were compared to high expectations. If this was January, it would be a great list. However, at this point of the year I'm expecting one potential summer blockbuster to have a major website launch each week, and that didn't happen this time. We still had an award-worthy effort with Grindhouse - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 24 - March 30, 2007

Awesome. We are finally getting some major updates to the summer blockbuster movies. The ones people are watching to see if they break records. This includes the first half of the massively interactive website for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Official Site. And while the site isn't done yet, it is still more than enough to win the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 17 - March 23, 2007

Good week for trailers with several on the list, including a trio of major summer blockbusters. However, while those site will obviously generate the most traffic, they are not award-worthy sites, (at least not yet). The best site this week is Pathfinder - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 3 - March 9, 2007

We are starting to see more and more summer blockbusters launching or updating their websites. However, this week it was still a spring release taking top spot as The Fracture - Official Site won the Weekly Website Award. More...

Cast

Johnny Depp    Jack Sparrow
Geoffrey Rush    Barbossa
Orlando Bloom    Will Turner
Keira Knightley    Elizabeth Swann
Jack Davenport    Norrington
Bill Nighy    Davey Jones
Jonathan Pryce    Weatherby Swann
Lee Arenberg    Pintel
Mackenzie Crook    Ragetti
Kevin McNally    Gibbs
David Bailie    Cotton
Stellan Skarsgård    'Bootstrap' Bill Turner
Tom Hollander    Cutler Beckett
Naomie Harris    Tia Dalma
Chow Yun-Fat    Capt. Sao Feng
Keith Richards    Teague
Martin Klebba    Marty
Greg Ellis    Lieutenant Groves
Reggie Lee    Tai Huang
Takayo Fischer    Mistress Ching
Ghassan Massoud    Captain Ammand
David Schofield    Mercer

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Gore Verbinski
Executive Producer    Mike Stenson
Executive Producer    Chad Oman
Executive Producer    Bruce Hendricks
Executive Producer    Eric McLeod
Producer    Jerry Bruckheimer
Screenwriter    Ted Elliott
Screenwriter    Terry Rossio
Character Creator    Ted Elliott
Character Creator    Terry Rossio
Character Creator    Stuart Beattie
Character Creator    Jay Wolpert
Cinematographer    Dariusz Wolski
Editor    Craig Wood
Editor    Stephen Rivkin
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Music Supervisor    Bob Badami
Production Designer    Rick Heinrichs
Supervising Art Director    John Dexter
Art Director    William Ladd Skinner
Art Director    Bruce Crone
Art Director    William Hawkins
Set Decorator    Cheryl A. Carasik
Costume Designer    Penny Rose
Sound    Lee Orloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Christopher Boyes
Supervising Sound Editor    George Watters II
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Sound Mixer    Paul Massey
Sound Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Frazier
Special Effects Supervisor    John Frazier
Makeup Effects    Ve Neill
Associate Producer    Pat Sandston
Assistant Director    David H. Venghaus, Jr.
Second Unit Director    Charles Gibson
Second Unit Director    George Marshall Ruge
Second Unit Director    Philip Hardage
Second Unit Camera    Patrick Loungway
Stunt Coordinator    George Marshall Ruge
Casting    Denis Chamian
Casting    Priscilla John

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/05/24 1 $13,240,044   3,100 $4,271   $13,240,044 0
2007/05/25 1 $42,910,392 +224% 4,362 $9,837   $56,150,436 1
2007/05/26 1 $37,701,051 -12% 4,362 $8,643   $93,851,487 2
2007/05/27 1 $34,121,377 -9% 4,362 $7,822   $127,972,864 3
2007/05/28 1 $25,069,370 -27% 4,362 $5,747   $153,042,234 4
2007/05/29 1 $7,788,937 -69% 4,362 $1,786   $160,831,171 5
2007/05/30 1 $6,405,448 -18% 4,362 $1,468   $167,236,619 6
2007/05/31 1 $6,102,449 -5% 4,362 $1,399   $173,339,068 7
2007/06/01 1 $12,818,481 +110% 4,362 $2,939   $186,157,549 8
2007/06/02 1 $17,873,601 +39% 4,362 $4,098   $204,031,150 9
2007/06/03 1 $13,514,578 -24% 4,362 $3,098   $217,545,728 10
2007/06/04 2 $4,150,798 -69% 4,362 $952   $221,696,526 11
2007/06/05 2 $3,794,587 -9% 4,362 $870   $225,491,113 12
2007/06/06 2 $3,478,768 -8% 4,362 $798   $228,969,881 13
2007/06/07 2 $3,327,937 -4% 4,362 $763   $232,297,818 14
2007/06/08 3 $6,166,836 +85% 4,002 $1,541   $238,464,654 15
2007/06/09 2 $8,935,805 +45% 4,002 $2,233   $247,400,459 16
2007/06/10 2 $6,041,264 -32% 4,002 $1,510   $253,441,723 17
2007/06/11 3 $2,169,213 -64% 4,002 $542   $255,610,936 18
2007/06/12 3 $2,076,364 -4% 4,002 $519   $257,687,300 19
2007/06/13 3 $2,010,222 -3% 4,002 $502   $259,697,522 20
2007/06/14 3 $2,036,202 +1% 4,002 $509   $261,733,724 21
2007/06/15 4 $3,222,915 +58% 3,329 $968   $264,956,639 22
2007/06/16 4 $5,170,488 +60% 3,329 $1,553   $270,127,127 23
2007/06/17 3 $4,018,383 -22% 3,329 $1,207   $274,145,510 24
2007/06/18 4 $1,462,100 -64% 3,329 $439   $275,607,610 25
2007/06/19 5 $1,442,807 -1% 3,329 $433   $277,050,417 26
2007/06/20 5 $1,404,729 -3% 3,329 $422   $278,455,146 27
2007/06/21 5 $1,344,484 -4% 3,329 $404   $279,799,630 28
2007/06/22 7 $2,073,448 +54% 2,802 $740   $281,873,078 29
2007/06/23 6 $2,940,347 +42% 2,802 $1,049   $284,813,425 30
2007/06/24 6 $2,188,291 -26% 2,802 $781   $287,001,716 31
2007/06/25 7 $982,984 -55% 2,802 $351   $287,984,700 32
2007/06/26 7 $966,588 -2% 2,802 $345   $288,951,288 33
2007/06/27 8 $887,597 -8% 2,802 $317   $289,838,885 34
2007/06/28 8 $903,822 +2% 2,802 $323   $290,742,707 35
2007/06/29 8 $1,497,597 +66% 2,162 $693   $292,240,304 36
2007/06/30 8 $1,983,580 +32% 2,162 $917   $294,223,884 37
2007/07/01 8 $1,479,191 -25% 2,162 $684   $295,703,075 38
2007/07/02 9 $751,315 -49% 2,162 $348   $296,454,390 39
2007/07/04 11 $828,746   2,162 $383   $297,994,000 41
2007/07/05 10 $703,335 -15% 2,162 $325   $298,716,729 42
2007/07/09 10 $430,661   1,869 $230   $302,156,000 46
2007/07/10 10 $405,678 -6% 1,869 $217   $302,571,000 47
2007/07/16 12 $187,137   928 $202   $304,641,560 53
2007/07/17 12 $211,021 +13% 928 $227   $304,852,581 54
2007/07/18 12 $221,044 +5% 928 $238   $305,073,625 55
2007/07/19 12 $230,774 +4% 928 $249   $305,304,399 56
2007/09/03 29 $89,235   311 $287   $308,681,208 102

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/05/25 1 $114,732,820   4,362 $26,303   $127,972,864 3
2007/06/01 1 $44,206,660 -61% 4,362 $10,134   $217,545,728 10
2007/06/08 2 $21,143,905 -52% 4,002 $5,283   $253,441,723 17
2007/06/15 4 $12,411,786 -41% 3,329 $3,728   $274,145,510 24
2007/06/22 6 $7,202,086 -42% 2,802 $2,570   $287,001,716 31
2007/06/29 8 $4,960,368 -31% 2,162 $2,294   $295,703,075 38
2007/07/06 11 $3,008,962 -39% 1,869 $1,610   $301,725,691 45
2007/07/13 13 $1,396,749 -54% 928 $1,505   $304,454,423 52
2007/07/20 14 $730,059 -48% 517 $1,412   $306,034,458 59
2007/07/27 22 $405,624 -44% 298 $1,361   $306,888,712 66
2007/08/03 30 $192,124 -53% 182 $1,056   $307,318,071 73
2007/08/10 35 $136,536 -29% 139 $982   $307,592,347 80
2007/08/17 40 $100,195 -27% 123 $815   $307,771,457 87
2007/08/24 27 $310,765 +210% 327 $950   $308,140,022 94
2007/08/31 28 $302,301 -3% 311 $972   $308,591,973 101
2007/09/07 31 $192,046 -36% 280 $686   $308,929,593 108
2007/09/14 33 $146,519 -24% 252 $581   $309,132,842 115
2007/09/21 41 $120,310 -18% 216 $557   $309,302,628 122
2007/09/28 46 $72,876 -39% 150 $486   $309,404,152 129

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/9/200718,484,509 8,484,509$167,484,208$167,484,2081
12/16/200742,627,348-69% 11,111,857$60,402,731$227,886,9382
12/23/200731,791,864-32% 12,903,721$35,371,395$263,258,3343
12/30/20075795,769-56% 13,699,490$15,788,057$279,046,3904
1/6/20088241,576-70% 13,941,066$4,826,688$283,873,0795
1/13/20082071,331-70% 14,012,397$1,419,487$285,292,5666
1/20/20081373,693+3% 14,086,090$1,472,386$286,764,9527
1/27/20081749,293-33% 14,135,383$987,339$287,752,2918
2/3/20082747,238-4% 14,182,621$1,086,002$288,838,2929
2/10/20082436,099-24% 14,218,720$712,594$289,550,88710

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/7/2010822,639 22,639$340,042$340,042118
3/14/20102012,269-46% 34,908$189,062$529,104119
5/15/2011722,881 149,747$434,502$2,709,824180
5/22/20111211,572-49% 161,319$219,757$2,929,581181
5/29/20111610,905-6% 172,224$207,200$3,136,781182
10/23/20111812,436 259,961$198,848$4,539,659203

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