Real Steel

Real Steel poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $85,463,309Details
International Box Office $207,774,000
Worldwide Box Office $293,237,309
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,394,738 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $19,052,219 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $45,446,957
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Charlie Kenton is a washed-up fighter who lost his chance at a title when 2000-pound, 8-foot-tall steel robots took over the ring. Now nothing but a small-time promoter, Charlie earns just enough money piecing together low-end bots from scrap metal to get from one underground boxing venue to the next. When Charlie hits rock bottom, he reluctantly teams up with his estranged son Max to build and train a championship contender. As the stakes in the brutal, no-holds-barred arena are raised, Charlie and Max, against all odds, get one last shot at a comeback.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
60% - Fresh
Audience
73% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 7th, 2011 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
October 7th, 2011 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: January 24th, 2012 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some violence, intense action and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2160, 2/23/2011)
Keywords: Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Romance, Dysfunctional Family, Gambling, Organized Crime, Underdog, Comeback, Robot, Boxing, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

Blu-ray Sales: Vamps Defeat Tramp

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 and Lady and the Tramp switched places on the Blu-ray sales chart. The former rose to first place during its first full week on the home market selling 455,000 units / $10.46 million giving it an early total of 1.24 million units / $28.58 million. More...

DVD Sales: Twilight Sets

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 remained on top of the DVD sales chart, although it fell to 1.45 million units / $26.03 million for the week giving it a total of 3.80 million units / $68.77 million after two. By comparison, Eclipse actually grew during its first full week of release and had sold 5.38 million units at this point in its run. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Lady and the Vamp

New releases took the top three spots on this week's Blu-ray sales chart, although the number one Blu-ray wasn't a new film. Lady and the Tramp came out in theaters more than 50 years ago, but it made its Blu-ray debut selling 949,000 units and generating $23.72 million. More...

DVD Sales: Searching for Treasure on the Home Market

While there were a lot of new releases on this week's DVD sales chart, it was clearly a case of quantity over quality as even the best selling release was merely mediocre. Treasure Buddies was top dog with sales of 381,000 units / $6.47 million during its opening week. This is roughly in line with the previous installment, but below average for the franchise. More...

Blu-ray Sales: In the Driver's Seat

New releases dominated the Blu-ray sales chart with as many as four in the top five. (Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a bit of an odd case, but more on that in a second.) Drive led the way with 420,000 units / $8.39 million giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 57%. This is a great opening compared to the film's theatrical run. More...

DVD Sales: Real as Tough as Steel

This was not a deep week for new releases, as only two of them cracked the top 30. (One major new release was only released as a Blu-ray / DVD combo pack, so we will get to those numbers shortly.) We did have a new number one on the DVD sales chart, as Real Steel sold 691,000 units and generated $12.03 million in revenue. This is not a great start, but it performed better on Blu-ray. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Steel Grabs the Loot

There was no competition on the Blu-ray sales chart, as Real Steel topped all new releases and holdovers by a healthy margin. It sold 799,000 units and generated $22.36 million in sales giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 54%. Hopefully we will see a lot more films crack 50% as the winter blockbusters start to come out. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 24th, 2012

There are three first run releases of note this week, including an Awards Season player, 50/50; the latest installment in a perennial horror franchise, Paranormal Activity 3; and big budget family film, Real Steel. Of those three, 50/50 is the best and a contender for Pick of the Week. Other contenders include Godzilla: The Criterion Collection on Blu-ray and Wings on Blu-ray. However, I'm going with a late arrival: Moneyball on Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack. More...

2012 Awards Season: Hugo and The Artist Compete for Oscar Glory

Yesterday was one of the biggest days during Awards Season as The Oscar nominations were announced in the morning. It was a two horse race for top spot as far as the big winners are concerned. Hugo earned the most nominations with eleven, while The Artist was right behind with ten. However, one could argue The Artist is the bigger winner, as more of its nominations were in the more prestigious categories. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Real Steel

Shawn Levy has made an impressive movie career directing films that audiences love, while not winning over a lot of fans in the critic community. Of the eight films he has directed, only one of them, Date Night, earned overall positive reviews. Real Steel almost made it to that level, but if my review counted, would I help it over the top? Or would I move its score in the other direction? More...

Contest: Get Real

There are a trio of wide releases debuting next week, but evidence suggests Underworld: Awakening is the clear favorite of the three and it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Underworld: Awakening. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Real Steel on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

International Box Office: Immortals Starts as Gods of the Box Office

Immortals opened in first place internationally with an estimated $38 million in three dozen theaters. (Because the film's international run is being handled by multiple studios, getting exact numbers was delayed.) Its biggest market was Russia, where it earned first place with $8.68 million on 1,236 screens, while it earned $5.5 million in China. The film also debuted in first place in South Korea with $3.99 million on 633 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.95 million. It took top spot in the U.K. with $3.45 million on 428 screens and in Germany with $2.63 million on 440. On the other hand, it bombed in Japan earning just $1.26 million on 462 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $1.69 million. More...

International Box Office: Feeling Adventurous

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn remained on top of the international chart during its second weekend of release, while it crossed the $100 million milestone over the weekend. It expanded into more than two dozen new markets, but most were of the smaller variety. Overall, it made $38.98 million on 7,103 screens in 45 markets, for a total of $123.55 million so far. Russia was the only real exception, where it opened in second place with $4.81 million on 788 screens. It plummeted 74% in France, but still added $6.99 million on 850 screens for a two-week total of $33.44 million. On the other hand, it remained in first place in Spain with $5.19 million on 819 screens over the weekend, for a total of $16.62 million after two. At this point, $200 million internationally is a given, which is likely close to the film's total budget. If it can close close to that figure here, it will break even before the lucrative home market. More...

International Box Office: Christmas Comes Early

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn doesn't open here till a few days before Christmas, but it led the way on the international chart with an astonishing $56.56 million on 5,699 screens in 19 markets. Its biggest opening was in France, where it managed $26.97 million on 850 screens. That's like a $150 million opening here. It's a record for a non-sequel in that market. It wasn't as impressive in the U.K., but it did score $10.83 million on 512 screens, which is equivalent to a $50 million to $60 million opening here. These results will force me to re-evaluate its box office potential with an above $200 million run a lot more likely now. Granted, the source material is better known in Europe, plus it will have a lot more competition when it debuts here, but this is still a great sign going forward. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Moviegoers Get a Kick Out of Puss in Boots?

Puss in Boots was pushed up a week and will likely dominate the pre-Halloween weekend with last weekend's winner, Paranormal Activity 3, coming in a distant second. There are a couple of other new wide releases, In Time and The Rum Diary, but neither are generating a lot of buzz. There is some good news, as this weekend last year was a real disappointment and there's a chance both Puss in Boots and Paranormal Activity 3 will earn more than last year's number one film, Saw VII. Hopefully October can end on a high note, because it's been a bad month so far. More...

International Box Office: Paranormal Inactivity

The international box office was pretty slow this week and the only new release to have any impact was Paranormal Activity 3. This film did top the chart with $26.11 million on 3,876 screens in 42 markets. Leading the way was the U.K. with $5.43 million on 391 screens, which was easily enough for first place in that market. It also topped the charts in Russia with $3.20 million on 637 screens, in Australia with $3.04 million on 192, in Mexico with $1.96 million on 732, and in Spain with $1.04 million on 232. On the other hand, it had to settle for third place in France with $2.50 million on 215 screens and in Brazil with $1.21 million on 200. Compared to previous installments, these results were mixed. The film was stronger in Australia, but weaker in the U.K. and France, for instance. It's too soon to tell where it will finish, but assuming it is the biggest hit domestically of the three films, it should at least come close to $200 million worldwide. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Paranormal Wasn't Just Your Regular Hit

The industry as a whole has to be breathing a small sigh of relief after the weekend numbers started to come in. Paranormal Activity 3 broke records over the weekend helping the overall box office along the way. It grew 38% compared to last weekend, hitting $121 million. Unfortunately, that was still 6% lower than the same weekend Last year. Year-to-date, 2011 is 4% behind 2010's pace at $8.38 billion to $8.73 million and there's little hope that deficit will go away by the end of the year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office See Some Action?

The box office was terrible last weekend, so much so that it is hard to imagine things won't turnaround this weekend. There is one film, Paranormal Activity 3, that's almost guaranteed to be a hit, but expectations for the other wide releases range from expensive bomb, The Three Musketeers 3D; international hit that will flop here, Johnny English Reborn and niche market film just hoping to reach the top ten, The Mighty Macs. Last year Paranormal Activity 2 opened with just over $40 million. Paranormal Activity 3 might be able to do the same, but the rest of the new releases and the holdovers are not looking good, so there could be a sizable decline in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Real Steel is the Real Deal

Real Steel was able to stay on top of the international chart, just as it did domestically. Over the weekend, it earned $25.03 million on 4,116 screens in 29 markets for a total of $60.94 million internationally. Worldwide it has taken $112.67 million, which is just over what it cost to make. The film opened in several markets, including the U.K., but it had to settle for fourth place with $2.11 million on 385 screens there. On the other hand, it added $4.63 million on 881 screens in Russia and now has earnt $14.39 million in that market. It also remained in first place in Mexico with $2.77 million on 1,049 screens for a total of $7.31 million after two weeks. It also earned first place in Australia with $2.34 million on 349 screens over the weekend, for a total of $7.88 million after two. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Real Steel Dances Its Way to a Tight First Place Finish

This past weekend was one the industry would love to forget. It was one of the worst weekend of the entire year. The total box office haul was just $88 million, which was 7.5% lower than last weekend and an absolute stunning 33% lower than the same weekend last year. A year-over-year discrepancy like that usually only occurs when there's a misalignment in the calendar. (Summer starting a week later than it did the year before. A major holiday falling a week later than it did the year before. Halloween or Christmas Day landing on the weekend.) It was so bad, that the top five films this year barely made more than Jackass 3D opened with last year. Footloose was the only new release that made any real impact, but it wasn't enough to overtake Real Steel on top of the chart. Meanwhile, 2011 lost more ground to 2010 and it is now down by 4% at $8.23 billion to $8.56 billion. If we are to see a recovery, it will have to happen really fast. More...

Weekend Estimates: Footloose Reboot Tripped by Steel

A decent opening for the Footloose remake wasn't quite enough to take top spot at the box office this weekend thanks to a good second weekend for Real Steel. The inspirational robot boxing movie dropped 40% from its debut to $16.3 million, which will most likely be enough to keep Footloose in second place. It is projected to make $16.1 million this weekend. Well behind them is The Thing, which is expected to make just $8.7 million. Thanks to the general weakness of the market, that's going to be enough for third, but it's not going to make much of a dent in the marketing costs for the movie, let alone its production costs. More...

International Box Office: Johnny and Steel Go the Distance

Real Steel made its debut on the international chart in first place with $22.85 million on 3,089 screens in 21 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $28.51 million. Its biggest opening was in Russia where it dominated the chart with $7.45 million on 881 screens. It also earned first place in Australia with $4.21 million on 356 screens and in Mexico with $3.15 million on 1,097. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office Footlose or Footwin?

Firstly, I would like to apologize for the Footloose / Footlose pun in the title. It is unacceptable, even by my standards. Secondly, we are going to lose. This weekend last year Jackass 3D broke the record for biggest October weekend and there's no chance that feat will be replicated this weekend. In fact, there's almost no chance this weekend will match Red's opening last year. Footloose, The Thing, and The Big Year won't earn $50 million over the weekend combined. We really need the win, but all evidence points to a tough loss in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Per Theater Chart Goes Through Hell

There were no films that reached the $10,000 mark on this week's per theater chart. The film that came closest was Real Steel with an average of $7,942, which is good for a wide release, but disappointing for the top film on the per theater chart. The best limited release was Munger Road with an average of $5,675 during its second week of release. This is excellent for the genre and bodes well for its home market run. As for the best new limited release, that was Hell and Back Again with just $3,413 in its lone theater. It's hard to put a good spin on that result. More...

Real Steel a Knockout on IMAX

Real Steel broke records on IMAX during its debut, earning $4.4 million on 332 screens worldwide. This includes $3.2 million on 270 domestic screens, which was a record for the month of October. It also managed $1.2 million on 62 international screens, with openings in several significant markets in the coming weeks. More...

Contest: Reel Steal: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Reel Steal contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Steel is Golden

October started out with mixed results and it seems for every bit of good news there was equal and opposite bad news. Real Steel topped expectations, but Ides of March did not. The overall box office slipped by 4% from last weekend to $95 million, but it was higher than the same weekend last year. Growth was under 2%, meaning ticket sales were weaker. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010, but the gap was narrowed to 3% at $8.11 billion to $8.39 billion. There's still a chance we can catch up, but we are running out of time and can't afford any missteps. More...

Weekend Estimates: Real Steel Wins Opening Bout

This weekend is turning out almost precisely as predicted in our Friday preview, with Real Steel cruising to a comfortable with with an estimated $27.3 million and Ides of March under-performing a bit with $10.4 million. Both movies seem to have found their intended audiences fairly successfully, but March was clearly hindered by mediocre reviews. More...

Weekend Predictions: Box Office Needs to get Real

September was a good month and 2011 was able to close the gap with 2010 by $60 million; however, it is still close to $300 million behind last year's pace. This weekend we could see that gap close a little further. There's only one wide release, Real Steel, but it should be bigger than any of last year's three wide releases. In fact, there's a tiny, but statistically significant, chance it could earn more during its opening weekend than the combined opening weekends of Life as We Know It, Secretariat, and My Soul to Take. Ides of March won't be as strong, but it should play counter-programming well enough to grab a solid second place. If the holdovers can hold their own, then the month should start off on a winning note. More...

2011 Preview: October

There is a little bit of good news going into October, as September did help close the year-to-date deficit, even if it was by a small amount. Unfortunately, we really needed a better result to be optimistic about our chances of closing that gap entirely by the end of the year. Even worse, this month represents the last chance 2011 has to catch up to 2010. I know there are two additional months left in the year, but October of 2010 was a soft month with four of the five weekends showing year-over-year declines. If October 2011 is even weaker, the odds of making up the $300 million deficit will be all but gone. It becomes even more troubling that there are no movies opening in October that are guaranteed to be monster hits. So, while October of 2010 was weak compared to October of 2009, it looks like it will be stronger than October of 2011. Hopefully I'm just being pessimistic. There are a couple films that have a shot at $100 million and I will be surprised if none of them at least come close to that milestone, but the slate of films is weaker than I would like. More...

Contest: Reel Steal

October starts next weekend with the release of two films, including Real Steel, which should have no trouble winning the box office, as its main competition is a political drama opening in 1,000 fewer theaters. Because it is the only saturation level release next week, and because it allows me to use a rare double-pun in the title, it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Real Steel. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Living Will on DVD. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Season of the Witch on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

IMAX Bolsters Tron's Totals

Tron: Legacy may not have been a monster hit overall, but it was another story on IMAX, as it earned $10.45 million in 234 theaters. That's almost a quarter of all its box office revenue from less than 7% of its theaters. Internationally is was also strong, pulling in $2.2 million in 54 IMAX theaters, or about 10% of its total international debut. That is a much lower percentage than it managed stateside, but IMAX penetration is also quite a bit lower internationally. More...

Cast

Hugh Jackman    Charlie Kenton
Dakota Goyo    Max Kenton
Evangeline Lilly    Bailing Tallet
Anthony Mackie    Finn
Kevin Durand    Ricky
Hope Davis    Aunt Debra
James Rebhorn    Marvin
Karl Yune    Tak Mashido
Olga Fonda    Farra Lemkova
John Gatins    Kingpin
Sophie Levy    Big Sister
Tess Levy    Little Sister
Charlie Levy    Littlest Sister
Gregory Sims    Bill Panner
Torey Adkins    Large Texas Man
Tom Carlson    San Leandro Gentleman #1
John Hawkinson    San Leandro Gentleman #2
David Alan Basche    ESPN Boxing Commentators
Phil LaMarr    ESPN Boxing Commentator
David Herbst    Starblaze Arena Reporter
Julian Gant    Starblaze Arena Reporters
Ken Alter    Virgin America Spectrum Ring Announcer
Leilani Barrett    Virgin America Spectrum Ref
Eric Gutman    WRB Promoter
Nicholas Yu    Twin Cities Corner Tech
D.B. Dickerson    Twin Cities Controller
Peter Carey    Bing Arena Announcer
Dan Lemieux    Bing Arean Ref
Rich Goteri    Older Gentleman
Tim Holmes    Blacktop Controller
Ricky Wayne Robinson, Jr.    Underground Promoter
Taris Tyler    Robot Promoter
Kevin Dorman    Atom Performance Capture
John Manfredi    Sergel Lemkova

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Shawn Levy
Screenwriter    John Gatins
Story Creator    Dan Gilroy
Story Creator    Jeremy Leven
Based in part upon the short story "Steel"    Richard Matheson
Producer    Don Murphy
Producer    Susan Montford
Producer    Shawn Levy
Executive Producer    Jack Rapke
Executive Producer    Robert Zemeckis
Executive Producer    Steve Starkey
Executive Producer    Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer    Josh McLaglen
Executive Producer    Mary McLaglen
Director of Photography    Mauro Fiore
Production Designer    Tom Meyer
Editor    Dean Zimmerman
Costume Designer    Marlene Stewart
Visual Effects Supervisor    Eric Nash
Composer    Danny Elfman
Co-Producer    Eric Hedayat
Co-Producer    Rick Benattar
Casting    David Rubin
Casting Director    Richard Hicks
Unit Production Manager    Mary McLaglen
1st Assistant Director    Josh McLaglen
2nd Assistant Director    Maria Battle Campbell

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/10/07 1 $8,533,690   3,440 $2,481   $8,533,690 1
2011/10/08 1 $10,815,610 +27% 3,440 $3,144   $19,349,300 2
2011/10/09 1 $7,970,377 -26% 3,440 $2,317   $27,319,677 3
2011/10/10 1 $3,408,428 -57% 3,440 $991   $30,728,105 4
2011/10/11 1 $1,835,896 -46% 3,440 $534   $32,564,001 5
2011/10/12 1 $1,405,914 -23% 3,440 $409   $33,969,915 6
2011/10/13 1 $1,469,886 +5% 3,440 $427   $35,439,801 7
2011/10/14 2 $4,518,633 +207% 3,440 $1,314   $39,958,434 8
2011/10/15 1 $7,340,245 +62% 3,440 $2,134   $47,298,679 9
2011/10/16 1 $4,432,777 -40% 3,440 $1,289   $51,731,456 10
2011/10/17 1 $1,052,984 -76% 3,440 $306   $52,784,440 11
2011/10/18 2 $1,160,798 +10% 3,440 $337   $53,945,238 12
2011/10/19 2 $940,057 -19% 3,440 $273   $54,885,295 13
2011/10/20 2 $1,022,345 +9% 3,440 $297   $55,907,640 14
2011/10/21 3 $3,105,491 +204% 3,440 $903   $59,013,131 15
2011/10/22 2 $4,885,151 +57% 3,440 $1,420   $63,898,282 16
2011/10/23 2 $2,833,870 -42% 3,440 $824   $66,732,152 17
2011/10/24 3 $604,589 -79% 3,440 $176   $67,336,741 18
2011/10/25 4 $674,376 +12% 3,440 $196   $68,011,117 19
2011/10/26 4 $552,524 -18% 3,440 $161   $68,563,641 20
2011/10/27 3 $594,626 +8% 3,440 $173   $69,158,267 21
2011/10/28 6 $1,332,449 +124% 2,914 $457   $70,490,716 22
2011/10/29 5 $2,136,602 +60% 2,914 $733   $72,627,318 23
2011/10/30 6 $1,314,098 -38% 2,914 $451   $73,941,416 24
2011/10/31 6 $381,186 -71% 2,914 $131   $74,322,602 25
2011/11/01 7 $381,866 n/c 2,914 $131   $74,704,468 26
2011/11/02 7 $312,215 -18% 2,914 $107   $75,016,683 27
2011/11/03 7 $326,559 +5% 2,914 $112   $75,343,242 28
2011/11/04 8 $928,809 +184% 2,438 $381   $76,272,051 29
2011/11/05 7 $1,591,107 +71% 2,438 $653   $77,863,158 30
2011/11/06 7 $916,170 -42% 2,438 $376   $78,779,328 31
2011/11/07 8 $207,062 -77% 2,438 $85   $78,986,390 32
2011/11/08 8 $268,901 +30% 2,438 $110   $79,255,291 33
2011/11/09 8 $188,975 -30% 2,438 $78   $79,444,266 34
2011/11/10 8 $303,850 +61% 2,438 $125   $79,748,116 35
2011/11/11 10 $678,456 +123% 1,758 $386   $80,426,572 36
2011/11/12 10 $763,734 +13% 1,758 $434   $81,190,306 37
2011/11/13 10 $422,498 -45% 1,758 $240   $81,612,804 38
2011/11/14 10 $95,414 -77% 1,758 $54   $81,708,218 39
2011/11/15 10 $107,634 +13% 1,758 $61   $81,815,852 40
2011/11/16 10 $95,348 -11% 1,758 $54   $81,911,200 41
2011/11/17 11 $92,846 -3% 1,758 $53   $82,004,046 42

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/10/07 1 $27,319,677   3,440 $7,942   $27,319,677 3
2011/10/14 1 $16,291,655 -40% 3,440 $4,736   $51,731,456 10
2011/10/21 2 $10,824,512 -34% 3,412 $3,172   $66,732,152 17
2011/10/28 6 $4,783,149 -56% 2,914 $1,641   $73,941,416 24
2011/11/04 7 $3,436,086 -28% 2,438 $1,409   $78,779,328 31
2011/11/11 10 $1,864,688 -46% 1,758 $1,061   $81,612,804 38
2011/11/18 13 $553,871 -70% 702 $789   $82,557,917 45
2011/11/25 17 $330,377 -40% 262 $1,261   $83,181,049 52
2011/12/02 25 $183,228 -45% 253 $724   $83,425,009 59
2011/12/09 28 $131,872 -28% 206 $640   $83,611,200 66
2011/12/16 32 $80,352 -39% 155 $518   $83,737,282 73
2011/12/23 27 $136,939 +70% 227 $603   $83,962,784 80
2011/12/30 26 $240,399 +76% 227 $1,059   $84,493,241 87
2012/01/06 25 $204,587 -15% 213 $961   $84,857,545 94
2012/01/13 32 $141,579 -31% 187 $757   $85,054,193 101
2012/01/20 37 $134,632 -5% 162 $831   $85,255,428 108
2012/01/27 40 $85,846 -36% 123 $698   $83,371,428 115
2012/02/10 58 $19,451   55 $354   $85,463,309 129

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/29/20121640,016 640,016$11,149,079$11,149,0791
2/5/20123236,026-63% 876,042$4,718,160$15,867,2382
2/12/20126112,459-52% 988,501$2,235,685$18,102,9233
2/19/20123135,023+20% 1,123,524$1,763,400$19,866,3244
2/26/20121074,766-45% 1,198,290$986,164$20,852,4875
3/4/20121647,389-37% 1,245,679$792,344$21,644,8316
3/11/20122231,624-33% 1,277,303$543,617$22,188,4487
3/18/20122623,940-24% 1,301,243$417,992$22,606,4408
3/25/20122920,162-16% 1,321,405$363,924$22,970,3649

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/29/20121409,088 409,088$11,450,373$11,450,3731
2/5/2012498,417-76% 507,505$2,754,704$14,205,0772
2/12/2012545,749-54% 553,254$1,361,492$15,566,5693
2/19/2012448,046+5% 601,300$1,440,897$17,007,4664
2/26/2012719,934-59% 621,235$597,828$17,605,2945
3/4/20121511,518-42% 632,752$343,001$17,948,2956

Real Steel HD Trailer

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