Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $149,260,504Details
International Box Office $405,726,973
Worldwide Box Office $554,987,477
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $48,293,555 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $21,529,438 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $69,822,993
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Long before he even met Shrek, the notorious fighter, lover and outlaw Puss in Boots becomes a hero when he sets off on an adventure with the tough and street smart Kitty Softpaws and the mastermind Humpty Dumpty to save his town. Complicating matters along the way are the notorious outlaws Jack and Jill, who will do anything to see that Puss and his band do not succeed. This is the true story of The Cat, The Myth, The Legend...and, of course, The Boots.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
84% - Certified Fresh
Audience
68% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$130,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 28th, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
October 28th, 2011 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: February 24th, 2012 by Dreamworks Video
MPAA Rating: PG for some adventures, action and mild rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2188, 9/7/2011)
Running Time: 90 minutes
Franchise: Shrek
Keywords: Treasure Hunters, Surprise Twist, Fugitive / On the Run, Life on the Outside, Orphan, Revenge, Non-Chronological, Directing Yourself, Voiceover/Narration, Swashbuckler, Prequel, Talking Animals, Animal Lead, 3-D, IMAX: DMR
Source:Spin-Off
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Animation

Cast

   Puss in Boots
Salma Hayek    Kitty Softpaws
Zach Galifianakis    Humpty Dumpty
Billy Bob Thornton    Jack
Amy Sedaris    Jill
Walt Dohrn    Narrator
Bob Joles    Giuseppe

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Story Creator    Will Davies
Producer    Joe M. Aguilar
Co-Executive Producer    John H. Williams
Producer    Latifa Ouaou
Editor    Eric Dapkewicz
Production Designer    Guillaume Aretos
Executive Producer    Andrew Adamson
Head of Layout    Gil Zimmerman
Executive Producer    Guillermo Del Toro
Executive Producer    Michelle Raimo Kouyate
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ken Bielenberg
Screenwriter    Tom Wheeler
Story Creator    Brian Lynch
Story Creator    Tom Wheeler
Composer    Henry Jackman
Choreographer    Laura Gorenstein Miller
Art Director    Christian Schellewald
Head of Character Animation    Fabio Lignini
Head of Story    Bob Persichetti
Character Designer    Patrick Mate
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard King
Sound Designer    Richard King
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Associate Producer    Tom Jacomb
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman

DVD Sales: Home Market Gorges on New Releases

Depending on how you look at things, there were more than ten new releases to reach the top 30 on the DVD Sales Chart. One of the confusing "new" releases is The Hunger Games, which spent its first full week on the home market, but came out a few days before Tuesday. It sold 2.50 million units and generated $42.48 million during its first full week of release, for totals of 4.68 million units / $79.46 million and it is already the second best selling DVD of 2012 and should be in first place very shortly. I was amazed that the film actually sold more this week than it did last week, even with its shortened opening week. After all, Breaking Dawn, Part 1 also opened with a shortened week, but fell nearly 40% during its first full week of release. Clearly this movie has much better word-of-mouth.

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Blu-ray Sales: Hugo's Huge in High Definition

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DVD Sales: Boots Walks All Over Competition

Puss in Boots remained in first place on the DVD sales chart during its first full week of release. It sold an additional 798,000 units and generating $12.16 million in revenue for totals of 1.65 million units / $26.74 million so far. More...

DVD Sales: Boots Snatches Top Spot

Puss in Boots opened in top spot on the DVD Sales Chart despite coming out on Friday instead of Tuesday. Over the weekend, it sold 851,000 units generating $14.58 million in sales. As a point of comparison, Shrek Forever After sold about twice as many during its first week of release, but it was a Tuesday release and it came out during the heart of Christmas shopping season. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Puss Rises Above Tower

Like it did on the DVD Sales Chart, Puss in Boots opened on first place on the Blu-ray sales chart. It sold 571,000 units generating $15.99 million in sales, and that's just from Friday through Sunday. Its opening Blu-ray share was 40%, which is excellent for a kid's movie. More...

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New releases dominated the international chart starting with Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol, which debuted in first place with $69.49 million on 6,693 screens in 42 markets. It debuted in first place in Japan with $7.35 million on 636 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $9.32 million. It also placed first in neighboring South Korea with $7.18 million on 948 screens over the weekend and $8.67 million in total. Other first place openings included Australia with $4.23 million on 414 and Spain with $2.64 million on 528. It had to settle for second place in Russia, but still managed $6.08 million on 1099 screens and in France with $5.03 million on 616. The final major market release of the week was Germany, where it earned second place with $3.48 million on 577 screens over the weekend for a total of $4.00 million. The film has yet to open in Brazil, the U.K., Italy and Scandinavia, among other markets, and should finish in a similar range to the other films in the franchise. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/10/28 1 $9,569,130   3,952 $2,421   $9,569,130 1
2011/10/29 1 $13,804,995 +44% 3,952 $3,493   $23,374,125 2
2011/10/30 1 $10,703,314 -22% 3,952 $2,708   $34,077,439 3
2011/10/31 2 $2,112,222 -80% 3,952 $534   $36,189,661 4
2011/11/01 1 $2,434,297 +15% 3,952 $616   $38,623,958 5
2011/11/02 1 $1,881,337 -23% 3,952 $476   $40,505,295 6
2011/11/03 1 $1,967,743 +5% 3,952 $498   $42,473,038 7
2011/11/04 2 $7,812,356 +297% 3,963 $1,971   $50,285,394 8
2011/11/05 1 $15,086,419 +93% 3,963 $3,807   $65,371,813 9
2011/11/06 1 $10,155,869 -33% 3,963 $2,563   $75,527,682 10
2011/11/07 1 $1,636,620 -84% 3,963 $413   $77,164,302 11
2011/11/08 1 $2,436,887 +49% 3,963 $615   $79,601,189 12
2011/11/09 2 $1,330,404 -45% 3,963 $336   $80,931,593 13
2011/11/10 1 $2,377,573 +79% 3,963 $600   $83,309,166 14
2011/11/11 3 $8,866,762 +273% 3,903 $2,272   $92,175,928 15
2011/11/12 2 $9,759,093 +10% 3,903 $2,500   $101,935,021 16
2011/11/13 2 $6,100,338 -37% 3,903 $1,563   $108,035,359 17
2011/11/14 3 $920,456 -85% 3,903 $236   $108,955,815 18
2011/11/15 4 $1,019,530 +11% 3,903 $261   $109,975,345 19
2011/11/16 4 $810,605 -20% 3,903 $208   $110,785,950 20
2011/11/17 3 $801,612 -1% 3,903 $205   $111,587,562 21
2011/11/18 5 $2,550,665 +218% 3,415 $747   $114,138,227 22
2011/11/19 5 $4,945,437 +94% 3,415 $1,448   $119,083,664 23
2011/11/20 4 $3,308,209 -33% 3,415 $969   $122,391,873 24
2011/11/21 4 $1,100,276 -67% 3,415 $322   $123,492,149 25
2011/11/22 5 $1,491,204 +36% 3,415 $437   $124,983,353 26
2011/11/23 8 $1,647,563 +10% 3,005 $548   $126,630,916 27
2011/11/24 9 $1,288,140 -22% 3,005 $429   $127,919,056 28
2011/11/25 8 $2,966,161 +130% 3,005 $987   $130,885,217 29
2011/11/26 10 $2,922,178 -1% 3,005 $972   $133,807,395 30
2011/11/27 9 $1,622,697 -44% 3,005 $540   $135,430,092 31
2011/11/28 11 $286,380 -82% 3,005 $95   $135,716,472 32
2011/11/29 11 $288,050 +1% 3,005 $96   $136,004,522 33
2011/11/30 11 $229,277 -20% 3,005 $76   $136,233,799 34
2011/12/01 11 $238,402 +4% 3,005 $79   $136,472,201 35
2011/12/02 10 $713,307 +199% 2,750 $259   $137,185,508 36
2011/12/03 10 $1,396,056 +96% 2,750 $508   $138,581,564 37
2011/12/04 9 $932,878 -33% 2,750 $339   $139,514,442 38
2011/12/05 11 $170,302 -82% 2,750 $62   $139,684,744 39
2011/12/06 11 $207,020 +22% 2,750 $75   $139,891,764 40
2011/12/07 11 $171,054 -17% 2,750 $62   $140,062,818 41
2011/12/08 11 $182,457 +7% 2,750 $66   $140,245,275 42
2011/12/09 - $354,854 +94% 1,843 $193   $140,600,129 43
2011/12/10 - $771,065 +117% 1,843 $418   $141,371,194 44
2011/12/11 - $502,280 -35% 1,843 $273   $141,873,474 45
2011/12/12 13 $100,715 -80% 1,843 $55   $141,974,189 46
2011/12/13 13 $112,311 +12% 1,843 $61   $142,086,500 47
2011/12/14 13 $108,541 -3% 1,843 $59   $142,195,041 48
2011/12/15 13 $115,152 +6% 1,843 $62   $142,310,193 49
2011/12/16 - $107,066 -7% 757 $141   $142,417,259 50
2011/12/17 - $205,185 +92% 757 $271   $142,622,444 51
2011/12/18 - $152,958 -25% 757 $202   $142,775,402 52
2011/12/19 - $89,264 -42% 757 $118   $142,864,666 53
2011/12/20 16 $105,074 +18% 757 $139   $142,969,740 54
2011/12/21 15 $127,940 +22% 757 $169   $143,097,680 55
2011/12/22 14 $153,517 +20% 757 $203   $143,251,197 56
2011/12/23 - $180,789 +18% 389 $465   $143,431,986 57
2011/12/24 - $93,258 -48% 389 $240   $143,525,244 58
2011/12/25 - $136,530 +46% 389 $351   $143,661,774 59
2011/12/26 - $257,390 +89% 389 $662   $143,919,164 60
2011/12/27 - $265,030 +3% 389 $681   $144,184,194 61
2011/12/28 - $268,698 +1% 389 $691   $144,452,892 62
2011/12/29 - $278,536 +4% 389 $716   $144,731,428 63
2011/12/30 - $309,763 +11% 389 $796   $145,041,191 64
2011/12/31 - $209,759 -32% 389 $539   $145,250,950 65
2012/01/01 - $232,711 +11% 389 $598   $145,483,661 66
2012/01/02 - $254,666 +9% 389 $655   $145,738,327 67
2012/01/03 - $111,038 -56% 389 $285   $145,849,365 68
2012/01/04 - $83,614 -25% 389 $215   $145,932,979 69
2012/01/05 - $76,846 -8% 389 $198   $146,009,825 70
2012/01/06 - $140,472 +83% 351 $400   $146,150,297 71
2012/01/07 - $272,742 +94% 351 $777   $146,423,039 72
2012/01/08 - $174,176 -36% 351 $496   $146,597,215 73
2012/01/09 - $35,320 -80% 351 $101   $146,632,535 74
2012/01/10 - $38,692 +10% 351 $110   $146,671,227 75
2012/01/11 - $32,283 -17% 351 $92   $146,703,510 76
2012/01/12 - $33,617 +4% 351 $96   $146,737,127 77
2012/01/13 - $86,894 +158% 316 $275   $146,824,021 78
2012/01/14 - $181,403 +109% 316 $574   $147,005,424 79
2012/01/15 - $144,720 -20% 316 $458   $147,150,144 80
2012/01/16 - $149,564 +3% 316 $473   $147,299,708 81
2012/01/17 - $26,083 -83% 316 $83   $147,325,791 82
2012/01/18 - $19,729 -24% 316 $62   $147,345,520 83
2012/01/19 - $21,466 +9% 316 $68   $147,366,986 84
2012/01/20 - $73,644 +243% 292 $252   $147,440,630 85
2012/01/21 - $181,126 +146% 292 $620   $147,621,756 86
2012/01/22 - $100,319 -45% 292 $344   $147,722,075 87
2012/01/23 - $22,702 -77% 292 $78   $147,744,777 88
2012/01/24 - $21,344 -6% 292 $73   $147,766,121 89
2012/01/25 - $19,301 -10% 292 $66   $147,785,422 90
2012/01/26 - $19,733 +2% 292 $68   $147,805,155 91
2012/01/27 - $72,224 +266% 270 $267   $147,877,379 92
2012/01/28 - $161,886 +124% 270 $600   $148,039,265 93
2012/01/29 - $100,543 -38% 270 $372   $148,139,808 94
2012/01/30 - $16,373 -84% 270 $61   $148,156,181 95
2012/01/31 - $18,667 +14% 270 $69   $148,174,848 96
2012/02/01 - $17,035 -9% 270 $63   $148,191,883 97
2012/02/02 - $17,381 +2% 270 $64   $148,209,264 98
2012/02/03 - $56,953 +228% 253 $225   $148,266,217 99
2012/02/04 - $132,241 +132% 253 $523   $148,398,458 100
2012/02/05 - $60,909 -54% 253 $241   $148,459,367 101
2012/02/06 - $14,306 -77% 253 $57   $148,473,673 102
2012/02/07 - $17,660 +23% 253 $70   $148,491,333 103
2012/02/08 - $15,468 -12% 253 $61   $148,506,801 104
2012/02/09 - $16,877 +9% 253 $67   $148,523,678 105
2012/02/10 - $42,941 +154% 209 $205   $148,566,619 106
2012/02/11 - $104,692 +144% 209 $501   $148,671,311 107
2012/02/12 - $69,709 -33% 209 $334   $148,741,020 108
2012/02/13 - $17,424 -75% 209 $83   $148,758,444 109
2012/02/14 - $24,300 +39% 209 $116   $148,782,744 110
2012/02/15 - $12,042 -50% 209 $58   $148,794,786 111
2012/02/16 - $16,190 +34% 209 $77   $148,810,976 112
2012/02/17 - $36,129 +123% 163 $222   $148,847,105 113
2012/02/18 - $71,390 +98% 163 $438   $148,918,495 114
2012/02/19 - $79,531 +11% 163 $488   $148,998,026 115
2012/02/20 - $75,976 -4% 163 $466   $149,074,002 116
2012/02/21 - $15,652 -79% 163 $96   $149,089,654 117
2012/02/22 - $13,893 -11% 163 $85   $149,103,547 118
2012/02/23 - $14,475 +4% 163 $89   $149,118,022 119
2012/02/24 - $25,539 +76% 138 $185   $149,143,561 120
2012/02/25 - $55,825 +119% 138 $405   $149,199,386 121
2012/02/26 - $35,361 -37% 138 $256   $149,234,747 122
2012/02/27 - $5,901 -83% 138 $43   $149,240,648 123
2012/02/28 - $6,881 +17% 138 $50   $149,247,529 124
2012/02/29 - $6,165 -10% 138 $45   $149,253,694 125
2012/03/01 - $6,810 +10% 138 $49   $149,260,504 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/10/28 1 $34,077,439   3,952 $8,623   $34,077,439 3
2011/11/04 1 $33,054,644 -3% 3,963 $8,341   $75,527,682 10
2011/11/11 3 $24,726,193 -25% 3,903 $6,335   $108,035,359 17
2011/11/18 5 $10,804,311 -56% 3,415 $3,164   $122,391,873 24
2011/11/25 8 $7,511,036 -30% 3,005 $2,500   $135,430,092 31
2011/12/02 10 $3,042,241 -59% 2,750 $1,106   $139,514,442 38
2011/12/09 12 $1,628,199 -46% 1,843 $883   $141,873,474 45
2011/12/16 17 $465,209 -71% 757 $615   $142,775,402 52
2011/12/23 21 $410,577 -12% 389 $1,055   $143,661,774 59
2011/12/30 19 $752,233 +83% 389 $1,934   $145,483,661 66
2012/01/06 20 $587,390 -22% 351 $1,673   $146,597,215 73
2012/01/13 27 $413,017 -30% 316 $1,307   $147,150,144 80
2012/01/20 23 $355,089 -14% 292 $1,216   $147,722,075 87
2012/01/27 28 $334,653 -6% 270 $1,239   $148,139,808 94
2012/02/03 32 $250,103 -25% 253 $989   $148,459,367 101
2012/02/10 35 $217,342 -13% 209 $1,040   $148,741,020 108
2012/02/17 39 $187,050 -14% 163 $1,148   $148,998,026 115
2012/02/24 43 $116,725 -38% 138 $846   $149,234,747 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/26/20121833,510 833,510$14,278,026$14,278,0261
3/4/20121797,788-4% 1,631,298$12,158,289$26,436,3152
3/11/20126301,835-62% 1,933,133$5,417,938$31,854,2543
3/18/20124180,842-40% 2,113,975$3,511,952$35,366,2054
3/25/20128131,861-27% 2,245,836$2,192,848$37,559,0545
4/1/20126100,956-23% 2,346,792$1,527,464$39,086,5186
4/8/20126141,085+40% 2,487,877$1,862,322$40,948,8407
4/15/20121142,109-70% 2,529,986$712,905$41,661,7458
4/22/20121834,374-18% 2,564,360$617,013$42,278,7599
4/29/20121929,155-15% 2,593,515$523,332$42,802,09110
5/27/20122520,504 2,659,685$344,877$43,967,48814

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/26/20121357,151 357,151$8,925,203$8,925,2031
3/4/20122250,894-30% 608,045$5,208,569$14,133,7722
3/11/2012659,022-76% 667,067$1,460,214$15,593,9863
3/18/2012934,222-42% 701,289$912,694$16,506,6804
3/25/2012746,429+36% 747,718$1,027,463$17,534,1435
4/1/2012733,418-28% 781,136$749,236$18,283,3796
4/8/2012851,095+53% 832,231$929,411$19,212,7907
4/15/2012199,757-81% 841,988$237,584$19,450,3748
5/27/20121513,797 873,793$318,710$20,185,06614

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