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Pride & Prejudice (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $38,372,662Details
International Box Office $88,176,945
Worldwide Box Office $126,549,607
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $80,496,968 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $80,496,968
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
85% - Certified Fresh
Audience
89% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$28,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 11th, 2005 (Limited) by Focus Features, released as Pride and Prejudice
November 23rd, 2005 (Expands Wide) by Focus Features, released as Pride and Prejudice
Video Release: February 28th, 2006 by Universal Home Entertainment, released as Pride and Prejudice
February 28th, 2006 by Universal Home Entertainment, released as Pride and Prejudice (2005)
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild thematic elements.
Comparisons: vs. By the Sea
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Keywords: Costume Drama, Eloping
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 954 $72,900 Feb 24, 2006 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 856 $123,119 Feb 17, 2006 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 879 $148,720 Feb 10, 2006 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 729 $230,112 Feb 3, 2006 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 699 $291,987 Jan 27, 2006 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 577 $466,080 Jan 20, 2006 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 611 $609,542 Jan 13, 2006 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 625 $880,257 Jan 6, 2006 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 798 $1,031,174 Dec 30, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,406 $696,532 Dec 23, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,222 $1,579,825 Dec 16, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,207 $2,579,523 Dec 9, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,062 $4,390,178 Dec 2, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 919 $7,158,119 Nov 25, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,506 $2,141,554 Nov 18, 2005 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,721 $2,865,017 Nov 11, 2005 3

Cast

Keira Knightley    Elizabeth Bennet
   Mr. Darcy
Brenda Blethyn    Mrs. Bennet
Donald Sutherland    Mr. Bennet
Tom Hollander    William Collins
Judi Dench    Lady Catherine De Bourg
Rosamund Pike    Jane Bennet
Jena Malone    Lydia Bennet
Kelly Reilly    Caroline Bingley
Claudie Blakley    Charlotte Lucas
Peter Wight    Mr. Gardiner
Penelope Wilton    Mrs. Gardiner
Simon Woods    Charles Bingley
Rupert Friend    Lt. Wickham
Carey Mulligan    Kitty Bennet
Talulah Riley    Mary Bennet
Tamzin Merchant    Georgina Darcy

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    Dario Marianelli

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January 26th, 2010

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November 12th, 2007

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International Details - Its Sink of Swim for New Releases

April 16th, 2006

Several films made they international debut this past weekend with even more returning to the charts, but because of the power of Ice Age: The Meltdown, none of them were able to reach the top five, but a few came close. Leading that list is Jean-Philippe; the French film debuted in third place in its native home with $3.34 million on 550 screens. It also opened in two other French-speaking markets but was much weaker earning seventh in Switzerland with $62,000 on 12 screens over the weekend and $68,000 in total while in Belgium it managed just ninth with $131,000 on 29 screens over the weekend and $144,000 in total. Add it up and the film pulled in $3.53 million on 591 screens in 3 markets during its first weekend of release. More...

International Details - Ice Age Freezes out Competition

April 9th, 2006

With Ice Age: The Meltdown dominating the international box office, the rest of the charts were weaker than usual with several films in the top 30 this week that would not have charted last week. Failure to Launch had its best weekend haul on the international scene taking in $4.17 million on 1300 screens in 14 markets for a running tally of $13.61 million. Much of that came from the film's opening in two major markets, the U.K. and Italy. In the former is finished second with $1.88 million on 352 screens while in the latter it managed just fourth with $686,000 on 220 screens. It's best market in total is Germany, despite the fact that it fell out of the top five there; so far the film has pulled in $4.10 million after three weeks there, including $841,000 on 354 screens this weekend. More...

International Charts Hospitable to Hostel

April 2nd, 2006

Two openings in two major markets helped Hostel climb into sixth place with $4.03 million on 1120 screens in 27 markets for a running tally of $15.42 million. Its best opening was in the U.K. where it debuted in second place with $2.12 million on 304 screens while it struggled in Spain with just $1.01 million on 250. The film has already earned enough to show a profit even after taking into account P&A budget, exhibitor's share, etc. and should be able to double its current international total before its run is over. More...

Under Climbing Up World Charts

March 19th, 2006

A number one opening in France, as well as a slew of smaller debuts, pushed Underworld: Evolution into sixth place on the international charts with $4.98 million on 1473 screens in 20 markets for a running tally of $36.12 million after nearly two months in release. In France the film earned $1.84 million on 346 screens while it managed the same feat in a trio of Asian markets: Taiwan with $600,000 on 75 screens, Malaysia with $310,000 on 45, and Hong Kong with $290,000 on 25. Interestingly, the original was banned in Malaysia. More...

Walking Away With the Win

March 11th, 2006

In a week that saw four new releases in the top ten, Walk the Line won the weekly race with $11.78 in DVD rentals. (Like many releases, it was either not released on VHS or the studio is not tracking VHS rentals.) More...

DVD Releases for February 28, 2006

February 27th, 2006

It's a deceptively slow week; while there are plenty of releases, many of them are totally unnoteworthy and that makes finding the exceptions harder to find. There are some really stellar releases including this week's DVD Pick of the Week, NewsRadio - The Complete Third Season - Buy from Amazon, while both Controversial Classics - Volume 2 - The Power of Media - Buy from Amazon and The Ice Harvest - Buy from Amazon earn honorable mentions. More...

Trio of New Openings Push Casanova Higher on International Charts

February 26th, 2006

Casanova opened in several major markets more than doubling its screen count, and that helped it climb to sixth place over the weekend. Its best market was Italy where the film came in third place with $1.05 million on 243 screens over the weekend and $1.14 million in total while it also managed a third place finish during a very close race in Spain with $919,000 on 250 screens. Its other major market debut was the U.K., but there it had to settle for fifth with $959,000 on 351 screens. Overall the film made $5.17 million on 1699 screens in 18 markets for an international total of just $11.68 million so far. More...

Fun Time on the International Charts

February 19th, 2006

Fun with Dick and Jane added an handful of new markets this week and that allowed the film to remain in sixth place with $6.00 million on 2645 screens in 49 markets for a running tally of $63.30 million. The film opened in first place in Spain with $1.54 million on 316 screens and in the Netherlands with $475,000 on 75 screens over the weekend and $520,000 in total. It took first place in Argentina as well with $136,000 on 48. On the other hand, it had to settle for second place during its debut in Denmark with $319,000 on 45 screens over the weekend and $335,000 in total. Holdovers include the U.K. where the film was down 56% to $699,000 over the weekend and $10.44 million in total and Italy with a 55% decline to $594,000 over the weekend and $4.83 million in total. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Best Acting Awards

February 19th, 2006

With the Oscars less than a month away and our contest well under way, there's no better time to take a closer look at some of the nominees. Today we'll look at the Best Acting Awards. More...

Still Having Fun on the International Charts

February 12th, 2006

Fun with Dick and Jane fell to sixth place with $6.45 million on 2487 screens in 43 markets for an running international total of $53.27 million so far, which is less than half of what it earned domestically. The film opened in Singapore with $450,000 from 30 screens and managed to repeat in first place in Italy with $1.33 million on 314 screens over the weekend and a $3.96 million total after two weeks. Meanwhile in the U.K. the film fell from first to third, but it still earned $1.59 million on 374 screens for a three-week total of $9.34 million. More...

International Details: Jet Li has Nothing to Fear

February 5th, 2006

Jey Li's latest Hong Kong production, Fearless, (a.k.a. Huo Yuan Jia) started its international run in sixth place with $7.35 million on 596 screens in 6 markets. The film finished first in four Asian markets including China with $1.39 million, Taiwan with $630,000, Singapore with $605,000 and Malaysia with $590,000. Paradoxically, the film's best market was its home market of Hong Kong, where it had to settle for a close second place with $2.03 million on just 48 screens over the full week. So far there is still no North American release date, but with this start, that should change soon. More...

Mountain of Oscar Nominations

January 31st, 2006

Brokeback Mountain again led the list of nominees as with 8 Oscar nods. There were three films with six nominations a piece, Crash, Good Night and Good Luck, and Memoirs of a Geisha, (although for that last one, they were all the less prestigious technical awards. More...

Turmoil on International Charts

January 29th, 2006

Late updates have changed some of the results on in International Top Five this week as My Boss, My Student crushed the competition in South Korea with $7.59 million on 450 screens over the weekend and $9.31 million in total. This meant that despite Brokeback Mountain earning a better than initially reported $7.39 million, it was pushed out of the top five and into sixth place. More...

International Round-up: Dick and Jane's Fun has Just Begun

January 22nd, 2006

A few more markets helped Fun with Dick and Jane remain flat last weekend at the international box office with $5.25 million on 1,458 screens in 18 markets for an early total of $18.09 million. Its best market was Mexico where it opened in first place with $1.87 million on 418 screens while in Germany the film added $1.47 million on 478 screens for a two-week total of $4.39 million. The film's biggest running total still came from Australia, where the film has managed $7.39 million after three weeks, including $710,000 over this past weekend. More...

Cowboys find Gold in Brokeback Mountain

December 13th, 2005

Brokeback Mountain was the big winner today as Golden Globe nominations were announced. With seven nods, it led all films, which is an important Oscar indicator. More...

Her Shoes Fall out of Fashion

December 4th, 2005

Here's this week's round-up of international box office numbers.

In Her Shoes fell out of the top five this week with $3.95 million on 2,050 screens in 23 markets for a $30.60 million international box office. The film held up amazingly well in Spain, dropping just 8% to $810,000 on 290 screens, but it wasn't as fortunate in France where it lost more than half its opening, earning $400,000 on 293 screens, falling out of the top ten in the process. It suffered a similar fate during its third weekend in the U.K. where it was down 55% to $736,000 on 268 screens, but the film already has $7.06 million there, which is better than its domestic run if you take into account the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

Syriana Strikes it Rich

November 29th, 2005

Syriana made an unbelievable start over the Thanksgiving weekend, earning just shy of $375,000 in 5 theatres for a per theatre average of $74,900 — easily the best over the weekend. Last week's winner, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was pushed into second place with an average of $14,185 in 3858 theatres, which would have been an impressive opening for most blockbusters. More...

Potter Gobbles up Thanksgiving Box Office

November 28th, 2005

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire continues to prop up an otherwise sagging box office. It was the only film to top $20 million over the long weekend, the first time that just a single movie has topped that figure over Thanksgiving weekend since 1997. This led to a decrease of 8.4% compared to last weekend, but the three-day weekend was still 1.7% more than last year. The five-day result was even better, with 2005 up 2.9% over 2004. Year-to-date, 2005 is still 6% behind, but with a few more potential monster hits on their way, it could close the gap. More...

Zorro Leaves its Mark

November 27th, 2005

The Legend of Zorro fell from second to sixth this week and because of that its quest from $100 million internationally took a serious hit. Over the weekend the film pulled in $4.20 million on 4062 screens in 62 markets for a running tally of $80.73 million. In France the film fell 57% to $1.01 million over the weekend and $14.80 million during its four-week run while it had a similar drop-off in Spain where it was down 56% to $475,000 over the weekend and $9.10 million in total. The box office was less kind in Russia, (down 68% to $136,000); Germany, (down 70% to $232,000) and the U.K., (down 83% to $120,000). More...

Plump Prospects for the Turkey Day Long Weekend

November 23rd, 2005

Thanksgiving Weekend is as busy as ever. With five films opening wide (and another expanding wide) and with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire a dead cert to finish first again, many of the films will have a difficult time attracting moviegoers. More...

Potter Tops the Per Theatre Charts

November 22nd, 2005

The overall box office champ, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, was also the leader of the Per Theatre Charts with an amazing $26,525 in 3,858 theatres. There were only two other films in the $10,000 club and they were Classe Tous Risques at $11,945 and Breakfast on Pluto at $11,093; the latter result is even more impressive since it was a Wednesday release. More...

Corpse Bridesmaid

November 20th, 2005

The Corpse Bride missed the top five by the narrowest of narrow margins losing out to Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit $5.50 million to $5.45 million. The film earned its $5.45 million on 2586 screens in 28 markets pushing its total to $53.4 million total at the international box office. In South Korea the film fell 43% to $753,000 on 114 screens, which is better than average for the market. And the film is also doing well in Italy adding $764,000 on 268 screens to its $2.67 million running tally there, $700,000 in France for a $8 million box office, and $462,000 in Japan for a $7.0 million box office. More...

Sarah's Magical Start

November 15th, 2005

There was a surprise leader at the top of the Per Theatre Charts, with Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic earning an impressive average of $17,782 in its 7 theatres. Next up was Pride and Prejudice, which reached the top ten with $2.9 million in 215 for an average of $13,326. Lastly, there was Gay Sex in the 70s, which actually won last week's race after all the late figures came in; this weekend is added $11,744 to its box office while still playing in the one theatre. More...

Little still Large while Get Rich Dies Trying

November 14th, 2005

It was another soft weekend at the box office, with nearly every film in the top five missing expectations. That pushed the overall box office down 7% from last weekend and 14% from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2005 is now 7% behind last year's pace, while the fall box office season is down 3%. More...

Chicken's Little Start on the International Scene is Lucrative

November 13th, 2005

Chicken Little started its international run with day-and-date debuts in 9 markets earning $5.54 million on 900 screens, just missing the top five in the process. Its best market was kid-friendly Mexico with $3.1 million on 600 screens, which is about on par with its opening domestically. On the other hand, the film broke records in Malaysia with $477,000 on 40 screens. Other results include a first place debuts in Russia with $1.1 million on 197 screens and in Taiwan with $463,000 on 18 screens, (including previews). More...

Limited Releases You Can Take Pride In

November 11th, 2005

A busy week on the limited release front with a wide and diverse selection. There are obvious Oscar hopefuls like Bee Season and Pride & Prejudice, a couple of Stand-Up concert films, and even another horror film from Asia. More...

Movie Website Updates for November 4 - November 10

November 10th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Aeon Flux - Official Site
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Zorro Steals the Show

November 6th, 2005

With The Legend of Zorro earning a nearly worldwide release this past weekend, and the imminent release of another juggernaut, there was little room for other releases this weekend on the international scene. More...

Movie Website Updates for October 28 - November 3

November 3rd, 2005

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2005 Preview: November

November 1st, 2005

Wow, that sucked.

October was a terrible month at the box office and all the gains made in September were erased. November promises to be better than October, but the real question is whether it will be better than November of last year. On the plus side, last November was pretty bad, with most films missing expectations. On the down side, there is only one guaranteed hit this month, and only a couple of others that should also perform well with both the critics and the moviegoers. If you have predictions of your own to make, feel free to head over to our forum and share them with our readers.

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Surprise Twist on the International Charts

October 30th, 2005

Oliver Twist opened in two major markets over the weekend, placing second in both France with $2.4 million on 547 screens and Italy with $1.3 million on 301 screens. Other markets include $360,000 in the U.K. for a $3.6 million total there and $140,000 in Poland for $1.1 million. Add it up and you have $4.2 million for the weekend and $9.6 million in total. More...

Brothers are not so Grimm

October 23rd, 2005

The Brothers Grimm dropped just 35% during its second weekend in France adding $2.1 million to its $5.7 million total there. In Germany, the film performed a nearly the same level falling 36% to $950,000 over the weekend and $2.9 million during its run. Overall the film made $4 million for a $27.8 million runny tally and that places it fourth on this week's charts. While the film struggled domestically, it is doing quite a bit better on the international scene, and could show a profit sometime during its home market run. More...

Internationl Round-up: Company Nine Reaches $14 Million

October 16th, 2005

Company 9 remained in first place in Russia, its home market, down just 13% to $4.3 million for a running total of $14.3 million, which is well ahead of Revenge of the Sith's final box office in the market (which was just shy of $10 million). More...

The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming!

October 9th, 2005

Company 9 opened in its native market of Russia with a stunning $5.0 million over the weekend and $6.25 million including the midweek numbers, which is better than Revenge of the Sith's opening in that market. This also means there were two films that did so well in their local markets that they managed to place in the top five overall. More...

Charlie Tops $200 Million

September 28th, 2005

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory finished first on the international charts for the third weekend in a row and the fifth time in its international run, reaching a major milestone along the way. Over the weekend the film added $13.7 million on almost 4,000 screens in 55 markets for an international box office of $201.1 million. Highlights include amazing holdovers in Japan where it was down just 12% to $4.1 million over the weekend and $22 million in total and in South Korea where the film was down a phenomenal 6% to $1.5 million for a $5 million total. New openings include first place debuts in both Italy at $2.8 million on 402 screens and $333,000 on 64 screens in Denmark, which represents its last two major or midlevel markets. More...

Charlie has his own Cinderella Story

September 21st, 2005

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was able to remain in top spot on the international charts with $11.5 million on 4,113 screens in 53 markets for a running tally of $175 million internationally. Highlights this weekend include a trio of first place premieres in South Korea with $1.57 million on 106 screens, in Norway with $1.15 million on 97, and in Sweden with $534,000 on 125. Still, its best market in terms of raw dollars remains Japan where the film repeated at number one with $3.17 million on 359 screens, which was down 25% from last weekend, about average for the market. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 19 - August 25

August 25th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Corpse Bride - Official Site. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/11/11 10 $2,865,017   215 $13,326   $2,865,017 3
2005/11/18 10 $2,141,554 -25% 221 $9,690   $6,000,723 10
2005/11/25 7 $7,158,119 +234% 1,299 $5,510   $16,032,282 17
2005/12/02 8 $4,390,178 -39% 1,327 $3,308   $22,398,482 24
2005/12/09 8 $2,579,523 -41% 1,335 $1,932   $26,473,313 31
2005/12/16 11 $1,579,825 -39% 1,141 $1,385   $29,237,853 38
2005/12/23 18 $696,532 -56% 556 $1,253   $31,177,171 45
2005/12/30 17 $1,031,174 +48% 407 $2,534   $33,782,660 52
2006/01/06 21 $880,257 -15% 381 $2,310   $35,426,549 59
2006/01/13 23 $609,542 -31% 375 $1,625   $36,175,465 66
2006/01/20 26 $466,080 -24% 351 $1,328   $36,969,427 73
2006/01/27 34 $291,987 -37% 280 $1,043   $37,431,575 80
2006/02/03 35 $230,112 -21% 274 $840   $37,778,915 87
2006/02/10 40 $148,720 -35% 219 $679   $38,017,642 94
2006/02/17 46 $123,119 -17% 156 $789   $38,221,025 101
2006/02/24 54 $72,900 -41% 105 $694   $38,372,662 108

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/11/11 10 $1,000,000   215 $4,651   $1,000,000 1
2005/11/12 10 $1,200,000 +20% 215 $5,581   $2,200,000 2
2005/11/13 10 $700,000 -42% 215 $3,256   $2,865,017 3
2005/11/14 8 $235,000 -66% 215 $1,093   $3,100,000 4
2005/11/15 9 $240,000 +2% 215 $1,116   $3,340,000 5
2005/11/16 9 $240,000 n/c 215 $1,116   $3,580,000 6
2005/11/17 8 $245,000 +2% 215 $1,140   $3,859,169 7
2005/11/18 10 $600,000 +145% 221 $2,715   $4,500,000 8
2005/11/19 10 $900,000 +50% 221 $4,072   $5,400,000 9
2005/11/20 10 $600,000 -33% 221 $2,715   $6,000,000 10
2005/11/21 9 $225,000 -63% 221 $1,018   $6,226,000 11
2005/11/22 8 $295,000 +31% 221 $1,335   $6,521,000 12
2005/11/23 7 $1,143,938 +288% 1,182 $968   $7,666,370 13
2005/11/24 7 $1,207,793 +6% 1,182 $1,022   $8,874,163 14
2005/11/25 7 $2,800,000 +132% 1,299 $2,156   $11,700,000 15
2005/11/26 7 $2,800,000 n/c 1,299 $2,156   $14,500,000 16
2005/11/27 7 $1,500,000 -46% 1,299 $1,155   $16,032,282 17
2005/11/28 6 $475,000 -68% 1,299 $366   $16,507,000 18
2005/11/29 5 $505,000 +6% 1,299 $389   $16,994,000 19
2005/11/30 4 $495,000 -2% 1,299 $381   $17,489,000 20
2005/12/01 4 $510,000 +3% 1,299 $393   $18,008,304 21
2005/12/02 7 $1,400,000 +175% 1,327 $1,055   $19,400,000 22
2005/12/03 8 $1,900,000 +36% 1,327 $1,432   $21,300,000 23
2005/12/04 7 $1,100,000 -42% 1,327 $829   $22,398,482 24
2005/12/05 4 $340,000 -69% 1,327 $256   $22,738,000 25
2005/12/06 4 $385,000 +13% 1,327 $290   $23,123,000 26
2005/12/07 4 $365,000 -5% 1,327 $275   $23,488,000 27
2005/12/08 4 $385,000 +5% 1,327 $290   $23,893,790 28
2005/12/09 8 $800,000 +108% 1,335 $599   $24,700,000 29
2005/12/10 8 $1,100,000 +38% 1,335 $824   $25,800,000 30
2005/12/11 9 $600,000 -45% 1,335 $449   $26,473,313 31
2005/12/12 6 $280,000 -53% 1,335 $210   $26,753,000 32
2005/12/13 6 $305,000 +9% 1,335 $228   $27,058,000 33
2005/12/14 6 $290,000 -5% 1,335 $217   $27,348,000 34
2005/12/15 6 $290,000 n/c 1,335 $217   $27,658,028 35
2005/12/19 10 $310,000   1,141 $272   $29,548,000 39
2005/12/20 10 $345,000 +11% 1,141 $302   $29,893,000 40
2005/12/21 9 $355,000 +3% 1,141 $311   $30,248,000 41
2005/12/22 9 $400,000 +13% 1,141 $351   $30,480,639 42
2005/12/26 16 $456,926   556 $822   $31,634,097 46
2006/01/02 17 $335,432   407 $824   $34,118,092 53
2006/01/16 23 $143,522   375 $383   $36,318,987 67
2006/02/20 43 $30,734   156 $197   $38,251,759 102

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/11/11 10 $3,859,169   215 $17,950   $3,859,169 7
2005/11/18 9 $5,014,994 +30% 221 $22,692   $8,874,163 14
2005/11/25 7 $9,134,141 +82% 1,299 $7,032   $18,008,304 21
2005/12/02 6 $5,885,486 -36% 1,327 $4,435   $23,893,790 28
2005/12/09 8 $3,764,238 -36% 1,335 $2,820   $27,658,028 35
2005/12/16 10 $2,822,611 -25% 1,141 $2,474   $30,480,639 42
2005/12/23 18 $2,270,847 -20% 556 $4,084   $32,751,486 49
2005/12/30 18 $1,794,806 -21% 407 $4,410   $34,546,292 56
2006/01/06 23 $1,019,631 -43% 381 $2,676   $35,565,923 63
2006/01/13 23 $937,424 -8% 375 $2,500   $36,503,347 70
2006/01/20 26 $636,241 -32% 351 $1,813   $37,139,588 77
2006/01/27 33 $409,215 -36% 280 $1,461   $37,548,803 84
2006/02/03 38 $320,119 -22% 274 $1,168   $37,868,922 91
2006/02/10 40 $228,984 -28% 219 $1,046   $38,097,906 98
2006/02/17 46 $201,856 -12% 156 $1,294   $38,299,762 105
2006/02/24 59 $72,900 -64% 105 $694   $38,372,662 112

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/5/20063781,357 781,357$13,462,781$13,462,7811
3/12/20066289,509-63% 1,070,866$5,159,050$18,621,8312
3/19/20068227,771-21% 1,298,637$4,042,138$22,663,9703
3/26/200613105,751-54% 1,404,388$1,867,563$24,531,5324
4/2/20061780,790-24% 1,485,178$1,426,751$25,958,2845
4/9/20062163,365-22% 1,548,543$1,120,464$27,078,7486
4/16/200614176,762+179% 1,725,305$3,142,174$30,220,9227
4/23/20062348,316-73% 1,773,621$857,860$31,078,7828
4/30/20061589,186+85% 1,862,807$1,582,445$32,661,2289
5/7/20061295,962+8% 1,958,769$1,701,032$34,362,26010
5/14/200612104,710+9% 2,063,479$1,695,004$36,057,26311
5/21/200613106,402+2% 2,169,881$1,285,251$37,342,51412
5/28/200611109,818+3% 2,279,699$1,323,263$38,665,77713
6/4/20061554,374-50% 2,334,073$655,125$39,320,90214
8/13/20062362,517 2,610,343$853,701$42,973,88524
2/1/20152914,046 4,841,570$103,574$74,949,864466
5/31/20152913,201 5,012,046$83,776$76,273,617483
10/4/20152312,836 5,159,733$81,971$77,550,797501
5/8/20163014,411 5,468,516$83,320$79,563,153532
7/24/2016299,069 5,547,049$53,456$80,041,177543

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