The Polar Express

The Polar Express poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $194,949,659Details
International Box Office $124,100,000
Worldwide Box Office $319,049,659
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

A young boy lies awake in his room one snowy Christmas Eve, excited and alert. Breathing silently. Hardly moving. Waiting. He's listening for a sound he's afraid that he might never hear - the ringing bells of Santa's sleigh. The time is five minutes to midnight. Suddenly, the boy is startled by a thunderous roar. Clearing the mist from his window he sees the most amazing sight - a gleaming black train rumbles to a stop right in front of his house, the steam from its powerful engine hissing through the night sky and the softly falling snowflakes. The boy rushes outside, clad only in his pajamas and slippers, and is met by the train's conductor who seems to be waiting just for him. "Well, are you coming?" the conductor asks. "Where?" "Why, to the North Pole, of course. This is the Polar Express!"

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Audience Upright
Audience
75% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 10th, 2004 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
November 6th, 2009 (Limited) by Warner Bros.
December 3rd, 2010 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
November 24th, 2011 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
November 23rd, 2012 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 26th, 2005 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: G
Running Time: 92 minutes
Keywords: Family Movie, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Christmas, Christmas in November, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Playtone, ImageMovers, Golden Mean, Shangri-La Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment

Cast

   The Conductor/Hero Boy/Father/Hobo/Scrooge/Santa Claus
Michael Jeter    Steamer/Smokey
Nona Gaye    Hero Girl
Peter Scolari    Lonely Boy
Eddie Deezen    Know-it-All
Charles Fleischer    Elf General
Steven Tyler    Elf Lieutenant/Elf Singer
Leslie Zemeckis    Sister Sarah/Mother
Daryl Sabara    Hero Boy
Andre Sogliuzzo    Smokey/Steamer
Jimmy Bennett    Lonely Boy
Isabella Peregrina    Sister Sarah
Hayden McFarland    Lonely Boy/Billy
Josh Hutcherson    Additional child performer: Hero boy

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Robert Zemeckis
Screenwriter    William Broyles Jr.
Based on the book by    Chris Van Allsburg
Producer    Steve Starkey
Producer    Robert Zemeckis
Producer    Gary Goetzman
Producer    William Teitler
Executive Producer    Tom Hanks
Executive Producer    Jack Rapke
Executive Producer    Chris Van Allsburg
Co-Producer    Steven Boyd
Cinematographer    Don Burgess
Cinematographer    Robert Presley
Editor    Jeremiah O'Driscoll
Editor    R. Orlando Duenas
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Song Writer    Glen Ballard
Song Writer    Alan Silvestri
Production Designer    Rick Carter
Production Designer    Doug Chiang
Art Director    Alicia Maccarone
Art Director    Norman Newberry
Art Director    Tony Fanning
Art Director    James Hegedus
Set Decorator    Karen O'Hara
Costume Designer    Joanna Johnston
Sound Mixer    William B. Kaplan
Sound Designer    Randy Thom
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Ken Ralston
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Jerome Chen
Visual Effects Producer    Craig Sost
Animation Supervisor    David Schaub
Digital Effects Supervisor    Rob Bredow
Digital Effects Supervisor    Mark Lambert
Digital Effects Supervisor    Alberto Menache
Digital Effects Supervisor    Sean Phillips
Character Designer    Vladimir Todorov
Choreography    John Carrafa
Associate Producer    Debbie Denise
Associate Producer    Peter Tobyansen
Associate Producer    Josh McLaglen
Second Unit Director    Steve Carrafa
Assistant Director    Josh McLaglen
Casting Director    Victoria Burrows
Casting Director    Scot Boland
Music Editor    Kenneth Karman
First Assistant Director    Josh McLaglen

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/10 2 $2,568,000   3,650 $704   $2,568,000 1
2004/11/11 2 $4,737,000 +84% 3,650 $1,298   $7,306,000 2
2004/11/12 2 $6,300,000 +33% 3,650 $1,726   $13,600,000 3
2004/11/13 2 $10,265,088 +63% 3,650 $2,812   $23,824,903 4
2004/11/14 2 $6,804,243 -34% 3,650 $1,864   $30,629,146 5
2004/11/15 2 $1,215,000 -82% 3,650 $333   $31,844,000 6
2004/11/16 2 $1,310,000 +8% 3,650 $359   $33,155,000 7
2004/11/17 2 $1,282,000 -2% 3,650 $351   $34,437,000 8
2004/11/18 2 $1,358,000 +6% 3,650 $372   $35,795,181 9
2004/11/19 4 $3,700,000 +172% 3,650 $1,014   $39,500,000 10
2004/11/20 4 $7,139,308 +93% 3,650 $1,956   $46,763,883 11
2004/11/21 4 $4,699,399 -34% 3,650 $1,288   $51,463,282 12
2004/11/22 4 $1,523,000 -68% 3,650 $417   $52,986,000 13
2004/11/23 3 $2,019,000 +33% 3,650 $553   $55,005,000 14
2004/11/24 6 $3,389,000 +68% 3,650 $928   $58,394,000 15
2004/11/25 5 $3,696,000 +9% 3,650 $1,013   $62,090,564 16
2004/11/26 4 $7,563,278 +105% 3,650 $2,072   $69,653,842 17
2004/11/27 4 $7,518,500 -1% 3,650 $2,060   $77,172,342 18
2004/11/28 3 $4,307,519 -43% 3,650 $1,180   $81,479,861 19
2004/11/29 2 $936,000 -78% 3,650 $256   $82,416,000 20
2004/11/30 2 $886,000 -5% 3,650 $243   $83,302,000 21
2004/12/01 2 $966,000 +9% 3,650 $265   $84,269,000 22
2004/12/02 2 $1,081,000 +12% 3,650 $296   $85,349,769 23
2004/12/03 3 $2,800,000 +159% 3,650 $767   $88,100,000 24
2004/12/04 3 $4,634,949 +66% 3,650 $1,270   $92,839,111 25
2004/12/05 2 $3,288,752 -29% 3,650 $901   $96,127,863 26
2004/12/06 2 $851,000 -74% 3,650 $233   $96,979,000 27
2004/12/07 2 $1,027,000 +21% 3,650 $281   $98,006,000 28
2004/12/08 2 $1,088,000 +6% 3,650 $298   $99,095,000 29
2004/12/09 2 $1,143,000 +5% 3,650 $313   $100,238,000 30
2004/12/10 4 $2,600,000 +127% 3,257 $798   $102,800,000 31
2004/12/11 4 $4,121,132 +59% 3,257 $1,265   $106,971,456 32
2004/12/12 3 $3,855,353 -6% 3,257 $1,184   $109,826,809 33
2004/12/13 3 $1,044,000 -73% 3,257 $321   $110,871,000 34
2004/12/14 2 $1,237,000 +18% 3,257 $380   $112,108,000 35
2004/12/15 2 $1,342,000 +8% 3,257 $412   $113,451,000 36
2004/12/16 2 $1,568,000 +17% 3,257 $481   $115,019,000 37
2004/12/17 4 $2,500,000 +59% 2,868 $872   $117,500,000 38
2004/12/18 4 $3,228,191 +29% 2,868 $1,126   $120,616,552 39
2004/12/19 3 $2,813,784 -13% 2,868 $981   $123,430,336 40
2004/12/20 3 $2,025,000 -28% 2,868 $706   $125,456,000 41
2004/12/21 3 $2,454,000 +21% 2,868 $856   $127,910,000 42
2004/12/22 3 $2,525,000 +3% 2,702 $934   $130,435,000 43
2004/12/23 3 $3,200,000 +27% 2,868 $1,116   $133,635,000 44
2004/12/24 3 $2,600,000 -19% 2,868 $907   $136,235,000 45
2004/12/25 9 $1,643,282 -37% 2,868 $573   $137,878,282 46
2004/12/26 7 $2,332,762 +42% 2,868 $813   $140,233,149 47
2004/12/27 6 $2,359,000 +1% 2,868 $823   $142,592,000 48
2004/12/28 6 $2,328,000 -1% 2,618 $889   $144,921,000 49
2004/12/29 5 $2,397,000 +3% 2,618 $916   $147,317,000 50
2004/12/30 6 $2,300,000 -4% 2,618 $879   $149,600,000 51
2004/12/31 7 $2,100,000 -9% 2,513 $836   $151,700,000 52
2005/01/01 9 $1,897,420 -10% 2,513 $755   $153,519,325 53
2005/01/02 8 $1,593,116 -16% 2,513 $634   $155,112,441 54
2005/01/03 9 $611,000 -62% 2,513 $243   $155,723,000 55
2005/01/04 10 $342,000 -44% 2,513 $136   $156,066,000 56
2005/01/17 19 $348,153   445 $782   $160,559,289 69
2005/02/21 29 $45,343   203 $223   $162,458,888 104
2005/12/26 18 $415,398   66 $6,294   $8,003,571 412
2006/01/02 19 $206,654   66 $3,131   $172,796,043 419
2006/01/16 30 $48,091   62 $776   $0 433
2006/12/25 33 $22,788   37 $616   $176,033,572 776
2007/01/15 49 $5,470   18 $304   $176,610,096 797
2008/01/01 - $22,146   32 $692   $178,895,574 1,148
2008/11/21 - $7,365   12 $614   $7,365 1,473
2008/11/22 - $23,028 +213% 12 $1,919   $30,393 1,474
2008/11/23 - $12,325 -46% 12 $1,027   $42,718 1,475
2008/11/24 - $8,700 -29% 12 $725   $51,418 1,476
2008/11/25 - $10,729 +23% 12 $894   $62,147 1,477
2008/11/26 - $19,295 +80% 12 $1,608   $81,442 1,478
2008/11/27 - $7,672 -60% 12 $639   $89,114 1,479
2008/11/28 - $61,916 +707% 21 $2,948   $151,030 1,480
2008/11/29 - $66,083 +7% 21 $3,147   $217,113 1,481
2008/11/30 - $29,879 -55% 21 $1,423   $246,992 1,482
2008/12/01 - $9,290 -69% 21 $442   $256,282 1,483
2008/12/02 - $10,114 +9% 21 $482   $266,396 1,484
2008/12/03 - $10,991 +9% 21 $523   $277,387 1,485
2008/12/04 - $15,069 +37% 21 $718   $292,456 1,486
2008/12/05 - $31,984 +112% 26 $1,230   $324,440 1,487
2008/12/06 - $73,484 +130% 26 $2,826   $397,924 1,488
2008/12/07 - $50,995 -31% 26 $1,961   $448,919 1,489
2008/12/08 - $10,568 -79% 26 $406   $459,487 1,490
2008/12/09 - $16,854 +59% 26 $648   $476,341 1,491
2008/12/10 - $23,832 +41% 26 $917   $500,173 1,492
2008/12/11 - $22,654 -5% 26 $871   $522,827 1,493
2008/12/12 - $47,908 +111% 26 $1,843   $570,735 1,494
2008/12/13 - $92,415 +93% 26 $3,554   $663,150 1,495
2008/12/14 - $72,489 -22% 26 $2,788   $179,821,179 1,496
2008/12/15 - $29,346 -60% 26 $1,129   $179,850,525 1,497
2008/12/16 - $35,565 +21% 26 $1,368   $179,886,090 1,498
2008/12/17 - $34,905 -2% 26 $1,343   $179,920,995 1,499
2008/12/18 - $36,349 +4% 26 $1,398   $179,957,344 1,500
2008/12/19 - $60,212 +66% 26 $2,316   $180,017,556 1,501
2008/12/20 - $114,138 +90% 26 $4,390   $180,131,694 1,502
2008/12/21 - $86,091 -25% 26 $3,311   $180,217,785 1,503
2008/12/22 - $83,841 -3% 26 $3,225   $180,301,626 1,504
2008/12/23 - $83,496 n/c 26 $3,211   $180,385,122 1,505
2008/12/24 - $58,621 -30% 26 $2,255   $180,443,743 1,506
2008/12/25 - $15,153 -74% 26 $583   $180,458,896 1,507
2008/12/26 - $55,800 +268% 26 $2,146   $180,514,696 1,508
2008/12/27 - $59,440 +7% 26 $2,286   $180,574,136 1,509
2008/12/28 - $42,852 -28% 26 $1,648   $180,616,988 1,510
2008/12/29 - $35,965 -16% 26 $1,383   $180,652,953 1,511
2008/12/30 - $30,279 -16% 26 $1,165   $180,683,232 1,512
2008/12/31 - $20,556 -32% 26 $791   $180,703,788 1,513
2009/01/01 - $22,569 +10% 26 $868   $180,726,357 1,514
2009/01/02 - $24,029 +6% 18 $1,335   $180,750,386 1,515
2009/01/03 - $25,212 +5% 18 $1,401   $180,775,598 1,516
2009/01/04 - $12,447 -51% 18 $692   $180,802,939 1,517
2009/01/05 - $763 -94% 18 $42   $180,803,702 1,518
2009/01/06 - $698 -9% 18 $39   $180,804,400 1,519
2009/01/07 - $351 -50% 18 $20   $180,804,751 1,520
2009/01/08 - $1,377 +292% 18 $77   $180,806,128 1,521
2009/11/20 - $1,314   8 $164   $180,814,408 1,837
2009/11/21 - $4,660 +255% 8 $583   $180,819,068 1,838
2009/11/22 - $3,817 -18% 8 $477   $180,822,885 1,839
2009/11/23 - $2,495 -35% 8 $312   $180,825,380 1,840
2009/11/24 - $2,098 -16% 8 $262   $180,827,478 1,841
2009/11/25 - $3,981 +90% 8 $498   $180,831,459 1,842
2009/11/26 - $2,186 -45% 8 $273   $180,833,645 1,843
2009/11/27 - $24,075 +1,001% 14 $1,720   $180,857,720 1,844
2009/11/28 - $21,263 -12% 14 $1,519   $180,878,983 1,845
2009/11/29 - $7,340 -65% 14 $524   $180,886,323 1,846
2009/11/30 - $1,372 -81% 14 $98   $180,887,695 1,847
2009/12/01 - $2,325 +69% 14 $166   $180,890,020 1,848
2009/12/02 - $4,465 +92% 14 $319   $180,894,485 1,849
2009/12/03 - $3,517 -21% 14 $251   $180,898,002 1,850
2009/12/04 - $16,546 +370% 16 $1,034   $180,914,548 1,851
2009/12/05 - $20,568 +24% 16 $1,286   $180,935,116 1,852
2009/12/06 - $12,328 -40% 16 $771   $180,947,444 1,853
2009/12/07 - $5,796 -53% 16 $362   $180,953,240 1,854
2009/12/08 - $2,640 -54% 16 $165   $180,955,880 1,855
2009/12/09 - $6,527 +147% 16 $408   $180,962,407 1,856
2009/12/11 - $20,961   16 $1,310   $180,987,639 1,858
2009/12/12 - $36,934 +76% 16 $2,308   $181,024,573 1,859
2009/12/13 - $18,805 -49% 16 $1,175   $181,043,378 1,860
2009/12/14 - $8,956 -52% 16 $560   $181,052,334 1,861
2009/12/15 - $11,532 +29% 16 $721   $181,063,866 1,862
2009/12/16 - $13,947 +21% 16 $872   $181,077,813 1,863
2009/12/17 - $18,962 +36% 16 $1,185   $181,096,775 1,864
2009/12/18 - $21,223 +12% 17 $1,248   $181,117,998 1,865
2009/12/19 - $32,362 +52% 17 $1,904   $181,150,360 1,866
2009/12/20 - $21,558 -33% 17 $1,268   $181,171,918 1,867
2009/12/21 - $13,414 -38% 17 $789   $181,185,332 1,868
2009/12/22 - $15,641 +17% 17 $920   $181,200,973 1,869
2009/12/23 - $21,768 +39% 17 $1,280   $181,222,741 1,870
2009/12/24 - $15,403 -29% 17 $906   $181,238,144 1,871
2009/12/25 - $1,568 -90% 20 $78   $181,239,712 1,872
2009/12/26 - $11,062 +605% 20 $553   $181,250,774 1,873
2009/12/27 - $10,627 -4% 20 $531   $181,261,401 1,874
2009/12/28 - $10,300 -3% 20 $515   $181,271,701 1,875
2009/12/29 - $11,247 +9% 20 $562   $181,282,948 1,876
2009/12/30 - $10,016 -11% 20 $501   $181,292,964 1,877
2009/12/31 - $7,722 -23% 20 $386   $181,300,686 1,878
2010/01/01 - $4,761 -38% 20 $238   $181,308,636 1,879
2010/01/02 - $7,786 +64% 20 $389   $181,316,422 1,880
2010/01/03 - $4,175 -46% 20 $209   $181,320,597 1,881
2010/12/03 - $16,214   15 $1,081   $181,435,764 2,215
2010/12/04 - $37,648 +132% 15 $2,510   $181,473,412 2,216
2010/12/05 - $26,643 -29% 15 $1,776   $181,500,055 2,217
2010/12/06 - $10,916 -59% 15 $728   $181,510,971 2,218
2010/12/07 - $7,927 -27% 15 $528   $181,518,898 2,219
2010/12/08 - $7,968 +1% 15 $531   $181,526,866 2,220
2010/12/09 - $9,969 +25% 15 $665   $181,536,835 2,221
2010/12/10 - $33,331 +234% 15 $2,222   $181,570,166 2,222
2010/12/11 - $57,559 +73% 15 $3,837   $181,627,725 2,223
2010/12/12 - $26,176 -55% 15 $1,745   $181,653,901 2,224
2010/12/13 - $7,006 -73% 15 $467   $181,660,907 2,225
2010/12/14 - $11,884 +70% 15 $792   $181,672,791 2,226
2010/12/15 - $12,624 +6% 15 $842   $181,685,415 2,227
2010/12/16 - $17,779 +41% 15 $1,185   $181,703,194 2,228
2010/12/17 - $22,739 +28% 15 $1,516   $181,725,933 2,229
2010/12/18 - $44,073 +94% 15 $2,938   $181,770,006 2,230
2010/12/19 - $29,237 -34% 15 $1,949   $181,799,243 2,231
2010/12/20 - $16,826 -42% 15 $1,122   $181,816,069 2,232
2010/12/21 - $21,522 +28% 15 $1,435   $181,837,591 2,233
2010/12/22 - $26,797 +25% 17 $1,576   $181,864,388 2,234
2010/12/23 - $30,395 +13% 17 $1,788   $181,894,783 2,235
2010/12/24 - $13,904 -54% 15 $927   $181,908,687 2,236
2010/12/26 - $9,918   15 $661   $181,918,605 2,238
2010/12/27 - $12,632 +27% 15 $842   $181,931,237 2,239
2010/12/28 - $13,175 +4% 15 $878   $181,944,412 2,240
2010/12/29 - $14,704 +12% 15 $980   $181,959,116 2,241
2010/12/30 - $12,546 -15% 15 $836   $181,971,662 2,242
2010/12/31 - $9,808 -22% 15 $654   $181,981,470 2,243
2011/01/01 - $6,458 -34% 15 $431   $181,987,928 2,244
2011/01/02 - $5,465 -15% 15 $364   $181,993,393 2,245
2011/11/24 - $19,171   19 $1,009   $182,012,564 2,571
2011/11/25 - $21,614 +13% 19 $1,138   $182,034,178 2,572
2011/11/26 - $23,424 +8% 19 $1,233   $182,057,602 2,573
2011/11/27 - $10,261 -56% 19 $540   $182,067,863 2,574
2011/11/28 - $1,231 -88% 19 $65   $182,069,094 2,575
2011/11/29 - $2,218 +80% 19 $117   $182,071,312 2,576
2011/11/30 - $4,334 +95% 19 $228   $182,075,646 2,577
2011/12/01 - $5,265 +21% 19 $277   $182,080,911 2,578
2011/12/02 - $12,659 +140% 24 $527   $182,093,570 2,579
2011/12/03 - $37,021 +192% 24 $1,543   $182,130,591 2,580
2011/12/04 - $22,333 -40% 24 $931   $182,152,924 2,581
2011/12/05 - $1,458 -93% 24 $61   $182,154,382 2,582
2011/12/06 - $5,890 +304% 24 $245   $182,160,272 2,583
2011/12/07 - $6,397 +9% 24 $267   $182,166,669 2,584
2011/12/08 - $8,584 +34% 24 $358   $182,175,253 2,585
2011/12/09 - $25,401 +196% 25 $1,016   $182,200,654 2,586
2011/12/10 - $55,816 +120% 25 $2,233   $182,256,470 2,587
2011/12/11 - $34,080 -39% 25 $1,363   $182,290,550 2,588
2011/12/12 - $7,148 -79% 25 $286   $182,297,698 2,589
2011/12/13 - $12,378 +73% 25 $495   $182,310,076 2,590
2011/12/14 - $14,355 +16% 25 $574   $182,324,431 2,591
2011/12/15 - $20,707 +44% 25 $828   $182,345,138 2,592
2011/12/16 - $28,290 +37% 25 $1,132   $182,373,428 2,593
2011/12/17 - $50,591 +79% 25 $2,024   $182,424,019 2,594
2011/12/18 - $29,422 -42% 25 $1,177   $182,453,441 2,595
2011/12/19 - $22,256 -24% 25 $890   $182,475,697 2,596
2011/12/20 - $19,893 -11% 25 $796   $182,495,590 2,597
2011/12/21 - $31,190 +57% 22 $1,418   $182,526,780 2,598
2011/12/22 - $31,055 n/c 22 $1,412   $182,557,835 2,599
2011/12/23 - $43,633 +41% 20 $2,182   $182,601,468 2,600
2011/12/24 - $14,128 -68% 20 $706   $182,615,596 2,601
2011/12/25 - $1,243 -91% 20 $62   $182,616,839 2,602
2011/12/26 - $16,073 +1,193% 20 $804   $182,632,912 2,603
2011/12/27 - $13,165 -18% 20 $658   $182,646,077 2,604
2011/12/28 - $14,808 +12% 20 $740   $182,660,885 2,605
2011/12/29 - $13,339 -10% 20 $667   $182,674,224 2,606
2011/12/30 - $15,265 +14% 16 $954   $182,689,489 2,607
2011/12/31 - $7,886 -48% 16 $493   $182,697,375 2,608
2012/01/01 - $3,354 -57% 16 $210   $182,700,729 2,609
2012/01/02 - $2,932 -13% 16 $183   $182,703,661 2,610
2012/11/23 - $26,735   15 $1,782   $182,764,215 2,936
2012/11/24 - $33,272 +24% 15 $2,218   $182,797,487 2,937
2012/11/25 - $13,507 -59% 15 $900   $182,810,994 2,938
2012/11/26 - $1,837 -86% 15 $122   $182,812,831 2,939
2012/11/27 - $798 -57% 15 $53   $182,813,629 2,940
2012/11/28 - $1,226 +54% 15 $82   $182,814,855 2,941
2012/11/29 - $3,010 +146% 15 $201   $182,817,865 2,942
2012/11/30 - $10,680 +255% 16 $668   $182,828,545 2,943
2012/12/01 - $34,873 +227% 16 $2,180   $182,863,418 2,944
2012/12/02 - $17,092 -51% 16 $1,068   $182,880,510 2,945
2012/12/03 - $1,133 -93% 16 $71   $182,881,643 2,946
2012/12/04 - $5,179 +357% 16 $324   $182,886,822 2,947
2012/12/05 - $6,023 +16% 16 $376   $182,892,845 2,948
2012/12/06 - $11,804 +96% 16 $738   $182,904,649 2,949
2012/12/07 - $28,592 +142% 17 $1,682   $182,933,241 2,950
2012/12/08 - $53,108 +86% 17 $3,124   $182,986,349 2,951
2012/12/09 - $32,079 -40% 17 $1,887   $183,018,428 2,952
2012/12/10 - $7,044 -78% 17 $414   $183,025,472 2,953
2012/12/11 - $8,794 +25% 17 $517   $183,034,266 2,954
2012/12/12 - $12,311 +40% 17 $724   $183,046,577 2,955
2012/12/13 - $14,593 +19% 17 $858   $183,061,170 2,956
2012/12/14 - $26,754 +83% 14 $1,911   $183,087,924 2,957
2012/12/15 - $41,987 +57% 14 $2,999   $183,129,911 2,958
2012/12/16 - $23,192 -45% 14 $1,657   $183,153,103 2,959
2012/12/17 - $11,221 -52% 14 $802   $183,164,324 2,960
2012/12/18 - $16,692 +49% 14 $1,192   $183,181,016 2,961
2012/12/19 - $18,854 +13% 14 $1,347   $183,199,870 2,962
2012/12/20 - $18,748 -1% 14 $1,339   $183,218,618 2,963
2012/12/21 - $25,499 +36% 15 $1,700   $183,244,117 2,964
2012/12/22 - $48,055 +88% 15 $3,204   $183,292,172 2,965
2012/12/23 - $33,170 -31% 15 $2,211   $183,325,342 2,966
2012/12/24 - $16,739 -50% 15 $1,116   $183,342,081 2,967
2012/12/26 - $6,119   15 $408   $183,348,200 2,969
2012/12/27 - $6,380 +4% 15 $425   $183,354,580 2,970
2012/12/28 - $6,740 +6% 15 $449   $183,361,320 2,971
2012/12/29 - $5,559 -18% 15 $371   $183,366,879 2,972
2012/12/30 - $2,208 -60% 15 $147   $183,369,087 2,973
2012/12/31 - $1,916 -13% 15 $128   $183,371,003 2,974
2013/01/01 - $1,947 +2% 15 $130   $183,372,950 2,975

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/12 2 $23,323,463   3,650 $6,390   $30,629,146 5
2004/11/12 2 $23,323,463   3,650 $6,390   $30,629,146 5
2004/11/19 4 $15,668,101 -33% 3,650 $4,293   $51,463,282 12
2004/11/26 4 $19,389,297 +24% 3,650 $5,312   $81,479,861 19
2004/12/03 3 $10,778,094 -44% 3,650 $2,953   $96,127,863 26
2004/12/10 4 $9,588,412 -11% 3,257 $2,944   $109,826,809 33
2004/12/17 4 $8,411,135 -12% 2,868 $2,933   $123,430,336 40
2004/12/24 6 $6,527,163 -22% 2,618 $2,493   $140,233,149 47
2004/12/31 8 $5,609,096 -14% 2,702 $2,076   $155,112,441 54
2005/01/07 13 $2,068,051 -63% 2,007 $1,030   $158,656,180 61
2005/01/14 21 $1,009,858 -51% 445 $2,269   $160,211,136 68
2005/01/21 24 $409,314 -59% 201 $2,036   $161,169,517 75
2005/01/28 27 $278,358 -32% 112 $2,485   $161,628,521 82
2005/02/04 32 $178,638 -36% 100 $1,786   $161,861,886 89
2005/02/11 26 $235,818 +32% 302 $781   $162,141,686 96
2005/02/18 30 $190,212 -19% 203 $937   $162,413,545 103
2005/02/25 37 $122,835 -35% 173 $710   $162,639,735 110
2005/03/04 40 $83,551 -32% 104 $803   $162,753,127 117
2005/11/25 16 $1,221,349   66 $18,505   $46,221,349 383
2005/12/02 17 $838,029 -31% 66 $12,697   $47,511,991 390
2005/12/09 12 $931,603 +11% 66 $14,115   $48,821,168 397
2005/12/16 13 $1,091,215 +17% 66 $16,534   $50,426,063 404
2005/12/23 16 $961,715 -12% 66 $14,571   $52,588,173 411
2005/12/30 19 $742,073 -23% 66 $11,244   $54,814,032 418
2006/01/06 27 $262,839 -65% 65 $4,044   $55,444,706 425
2006/01/13 35 $162,189 -38% 62 $2,616   $173,444,863 432
2006/01/20 41 $96,910 -40% 36 $2,692   $55,839,886 439
2006/01/27 59 $26,553 -73% 12 $2,213   $55,895,876 446
2006/12/08 23 $327,251   37 $8,845   $174,757,590 761
2006/12/15 19 $375,896 +15% 37 $10,159   $175,314,600 768
2006/12/22 22 $348,779 -7% 37 $9,426   $176,010,784 775
2006/12/29 31 $179,513 -49% 34 $5,280   $176,446,732 782
2007/01/05 45 $50,926 -72% 25 $2,037   $176,573,404 789
2007/01/12 54 $20,645 -59% 18 $1,147   $176,604,626 796
2007/11/23 31 $150,357   15 $10,024   $338,404 1,111
2007/11/30 30 $131,962 -12% 23 $5,737   $491,839 1,118
2007/12/07 25 $187,597 +42% 27 $6,948   $725,330 1,125
2007/12/14 22 $313,672 +67% 32 $9,802   $1,150,474 1,132
2007/12/21 19 $397,461 +27% 32 $12,421   $1,809,573 1,139
2007/12/28 28 $218,772 -45% 32 $6,837   $2,267,610 1,146
2008/01/04 41 $72,240 -67% 30 $2,408   $2,435,645 1,153
2008/01/11 45 $29,278 -59% 24 $1,220   $2,474,688 1,160
2008/11/21 45 $42,718   12 $3,560   $42,718 1,475
2008/11/28 28 $157,878 +270% 21 $7,518   $246,992 1,482
2008/12/05 25 $156,463 -1% 21 $7,451   $448,919 1,489
2008/12/12 23 $209,396 +34% 26 $8,054   $179,821,179 1,496
2008/12/19 22 $253,852 +21% 26 $9,764   $180,218,638 1,503
2008/12/26 31 $158,092 -38% 26 $6,080   $180,591,742 1,510
2009/01/02 45 $61,688 -61% 18 $3,427   $180,802,939 1,517
2009/11/06 93 $2,957   1 $2,957   $180,805,896 1,825
2009/11/13 92 $4,887 +65% 2 $2,444   $180,811,900 1,832
2009/11/20 72 $9,791 +100% 8 $1,224   $180,822,885 1,839
2009/11/27 43 $52,678 +438% 14 $3,763   $180,886,323 1,846
2009/12/04 38 $49,442 -6% 16 $3,090   $180,947,444 1,853
2009/12/11 34 $76,700 +55% 16 $4,794   $181,043,378 1,860
2009/12/18 33 $75,143 -2% 17 $4,420   $181,171,918 1,867
2009/12/25 43 $23,257 -69% 20 $1,163   $181,264,590 1,874
2010/01/01 55 $16,722 -28% 20 $836   $181,320,597 1,881
2010/12/03 32 $80,505   15 $5,367   $181,500,055 2,217
2010/12/10 31 $117,066 +45% 15 $7,804   $181,653,901 2,224
2010/12/17 27 $96,049 -18% 15 $6,403   $181,799,243 2,231
2010/12/24 46 $23,822 -75% 15 $1,588   $181,918,605 2,238
2010/12/31 51 $21,731 -9% 15 $1,449   $181,993,393 2,245
2011/11/25 44 $55,299   19 $2,910   $182,067,863 2,574
2011/12/02 40 $72,013 +30% 24 $3,001   $182,152,924 2,581
2011/12/09 31 $116,144 +61% 25 $4,646   $182,291,397 2,588
2011/12/16 28 $103,783 -11% 25 $4,151   $182,448,921 2,595
2011/12/23 36 $59,004 -43% 20 $2,950   $182,616,839 2,602
2011/12/30 50 $26,505 -55% 16 $1,657   $182,700,729 2,609
2012/11/23 40 $73,514   15 $4,901   $182,810,994 2,938
2012/11/30 31 $62,645 -15% 16 $3,915   $182,880,510 2,945
2012/12/07 26 $113,779 +82% 17 $6,693   $183,018,428 2,952
2012/12/14 23 $93,933 -17% 14 $6,710   $183,155,103 2,959
2012/12/21 28 $106,724 +14% 15 $7,115   $183,325,342 2,966
2012/12/28 50 $14,507 -86% 15 $967   $183,369,087 2,973

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/5/20061375,995 75,995$1,096,935$1,096,93545
11/12/200614118,504+56% 194,499$1,674,307$2,771,24246
11/19/20061873,469-38% 267,968$1,015,562$3,786,80447
11/26/20067682,962+830% 950,930$9,438,535$13,225,33948
12/3/200619135,635-80% 1,086,565$1,695,370$14,920,70949
12/10/200615294,775+117% 1,381,340$3,601,207$18,521,91650
12/17/200618234,279-21% 1,615,619$2,663,143$21,185,05951
12/24/200620376,802+61% 1,992,421$4,278,662$25,463,72152
11/25/200718461,524 2,743,849$5,737,666$34,724,037100
12/2/200724136,296-70% 2,880,145$1,809,547$36,533,585101
12/9/200723139,649+2% 3,019,794$1,757,552$38,291,137102
12/16/200730191,752+37% 3,211,546$2,354,600$40,645,737103
11/2/20081642,849 3,640,055$632,605$46,751,001149
11/9/20082144,882+5% 3,684,937$646,283$47,397,284150
11/16/20082359,683+33% 3,744,620$864,657$48,261,942151
11/23/20082259,468n/c3,804,088$855,263$49,117,204152
12/7/200826113,590 3,955,209$1,259,918$50,792,046154
12/14/200828105,182-7% 4,060,391$1,066,072$51,858,118155
11/8/20092290,626 4,260,680$814,728$53,797,610202
11/15/200910126,636+40% 4,387,316$1,138,458$54,936,067203
11/22/20091484,207-34% 4,471,523$757,021$55,693,088204
11/29/200916316,971+276% 4,788,494$3,074,619$58,767,707205
12/6/20091995,664-70% 4,884,158$818,549$59,586,256206
11/21/20101775,670 5,062,564$688,378$61,276,138256
11/28/201025264,985+250% 5,327,549$2,415,391$63,691,529257
12/19/201024144,714 5,521,464$1,273,816$65,403,143260
11/11/20121852,511 5,678,354$393,549$66,733,583359
11/18/20121547,264-10% 5,725,618$347,688$67,081,271360
12/2/201212175,186 5,902,389$1,495,878$68,588,785362
12/9/201216131,972-25% 6,034,361$1,205,089$69,793,874363
12/16/201211156,366+18% 6,190,727$1,483,616$71,277,490364
11/24/20131632,828 6,311,106$280,620$72,340,414413
12/15/201312121,577 6,465,751$1,131,809$73,773,727416
11/9/20142814,281 6,998,926$114,232$67,388,196463
11/16/20141721,213+49% 7,020,139$169,337$67,557,533464
11/23/20141734,766+64% 7,054,905$271,046$67,828,579465

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/22/2009182,570 7,515$53,950$172,583204
11/21/20101415,418 123,782$356,471$2,815,510256
12/11/20111933,711 389,150$1,580,725$13,750,347311
11/11/2012206,693 463,707$197,917$15,955,029359
11/18/2012207,910+18% 471,617$237,695$16,192,724360
12/2/20121546,018 526,390$689,810$17,013,771362
12/9/20121343,232-6% 569,622$853,395$17,867,166363
12/16/20121652,092+20% 621,714$845,969$18,713,135364
11/24/20131916,670 724,251$524,941$21,942,019413
11/16/20141813,485 794,003$258,785$23,728,560464
11/23/20141619,550+45% 813,553$375,363$24,103,923465
12/7/20142041,912 871,065$803,039$25,205,859467

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