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Shall We Dance? (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $57,887,882Details
International Box Office $60,210,000
Worldwide Box Office $118,097,882
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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
46% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 15th, 2004 (Wide) by Miramax
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexual references and brieg language
Running Time: 106 minutes
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Keywords: Dancing, Romance
Source:Remake
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Simon Fields Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 996 $10,861 Feb 18, 2005 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 953 $25,039 Feb 11, 2005 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 988 $39,465 Feb 4, 2005 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,106 $48,556 Jan 28, 2005 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,139 $65,762 Jan 21, 2005 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,054 $107,825 Jan 14, 2005 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 892 $174,928 Jan 7, 2005 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,069 $179,234 Dec 31, 2004 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,798 $94,499 Dec 24, 2004 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,921 $113,872 Dec 17, 2004 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,433 $269,359 Dec 10, 2004 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 985 $760,427 Dec 3, 2004 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 845 $1,506,946 Nov 26, 2004 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 869 $2,336,883 Nov 19, 2004 38
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 1,233 $52,294,268 Nov 19, 2004 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 731 $4,024,327 Nov 12, 2004 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 759 $5,663,514 Nov 5, 2004 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,100 $6,285,963 Oct 29, 2004 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,266 $8,589,988 Oct 22, 2004 10
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 201 $11,783,467 Oct 15, 2004 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,555 $11,783,467 Oct 15, 2004 3
Widest Opening Weekend 2,525 1,772 Oct 15, 2004 3

Cast

   John clark
   Paulina
   Beverly
Stanley Tucci    Link Peterson
Lisa Ann Walter    Bobbie
Richard Jenkins    Detective
Bobby Cannavale    Chic
Omar Miller    Vern
Mya Harrison    Vern's Fiance
Ja Rule    Hip Hop Bar Performer
Nick Cannon    Scotty
Stark Sands    Evan Clark
Tamara Hope    Jenna Clark
Sarah Lafleur    Carolyn
Onalee Ames    Diane
Diana Salvatore    Tina
Daphne Korol    Daphne
Driton Dovolani    Slick Willy
Keti Virshilas    Perky Girl
Dave Sparrow    Louis
Matt Gordon    Frank
Candace Smith    Betsy
Sandra Caldwell    Elise
Mairi Babb    Patty
Ann Margaret Clements    Female Commuter
Karina Smirnoff    Link's Pouty Dance Partner
Diane Marquis    Tanya
Beatriz Pizano    Paulina's Mother
Deborah Yates    Winking Dancer
Holly Johnson    Chic's Cute Dance Partner
Gio Tropea    D.J.
James Sermons    Chic's Young Man
Barre W Hall    Silver Fox
Nicholas Kosovich    Winking Dancer's Partner
Chantelle Leonardo    Christie
Stephen O Martin    Emcee
John O'Connell    Judge
Caitlynn Taczynski    Young Paulina
Denis Tremblay    Paulina's Student
Brian Torner    Paulina's Student
Pierre Allaire    Paulina's Student
Jean Marc Genereux    Smarmy Old Man
Francesco Flumiani    Young Male Teacher
Gary McDonald    Paulina's Blackpool Partner-Flashback
Vyacheslav Kryklyvyy    Paulina's Blackpool Partner-Present
Geri Hall    Bemused Co-Worker
Sean O'Brian    Parking Attendant
Brian Drader    Competitor in Parking Lot
Alison Black    Backstage 'De-Tanner'
Kim Kindrick    Office Girl

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Masayuki Suo
Story by    Audrey Wells
Producer    Simon Fields
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein
Executive Producer    Julie Goldstein
Production Designer    Caroline Hanania
Editor    Charles Ireland
Editor    Robert Leighton
Composer    Gabriel Yared
Composer    John Altman
Director of Photography    John de Borman
Co-Producer    Mari Jo Winkler-Ioffreda
Co-Executive Producer    Jennifer Berman
Co-Executive Producer    Amy Israel
Associate Producer    Rachel Hudgins
Assistant Director    Martin Walters
Unit Production Manager    Lyn Lucibello-Brancatella
Unit Production Manager    Mari Jo Winkler-Ioffreda
Art Director    Sue Chan
Set Decorator    Cal Loucks
Costume Designer    Sophie de Rakoff
Costume Designer    Linda Petty
Additional Editor    Scott Richter
Sound Mixer    Robert F. Scherer
Re-recording Mixer    Patrick Cyccone
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Keller
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Clay
Sound Effects Editor    Patrick O'Sullivan
Sound Effects Editor    Greg Stacy
Sound Effects Editor    Jason England
Dialogue Editor    Michael Cook
Dialogue Editor    Bob Goold
Music Editor-Supervising Music Editor    Paul Rabjohns
Music Editor    Allan Jenkins
Music Editor    Kirsty Whalley
Music Editor    Tony Lewis
Make up    Christine Hart
Hairstylist    David R. Beecroft
Executive Music Producer    Randy Spendlove
Casting Director    Richard Hicks
Casting Director    Ross Clydesdale
Stunt Coordinator    Rick Skene

DVD Releases for May 6, 2008

May 6th, 2008

A slow week for top-of-the-line releases and there are no first-run, wide releases that look even remotely interesting enough to buy. There are a few limited releases and older releases to fill the gap. It was also a slow week for spotlight reviews, but that gave me a chance to completely catch up to all the screeners that arrived late. ... That is until the next batch of late arrivals show up. As for the best of the best, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead - Buy from Amazon is high on that list, except technically it was released a couple of weeks ago. Teeth - Buy from Amazon also impressed, but the extras are a little too light. For the DVD Pick of the Week, I'm going with The Passion of Greg the Bunny: Best of the Film Parodies - Volume 2. More...

The Largest Yard

June 12th, 2005

The Longest Yard opened in second place in Australia with $2.5 million. On the other hand, the film could only manage $750,000 on 260 screens in Mexico, not surprising since Adam Sandler has never been a big draw internationally, especially outside English speaking markets. More...

Late Figures Change Top Five

June 5th, 2005

It was a slightly busier weekend as several studios were brave enough, or foolhardy enough to try and sandwich their film between the worldwide release of Revenge of the Sith and Batman Begins, which debuts in just 10 days. With War of the Worlds' worldwide release just two weeks after that, there's very little room for smaller films to survive. More...

Sith Steal the Show

May 29th, 2005

Revenge of the Sith dominated nearly every market it opened in and in most of them it was the only new film in the top ten. Because of this there's almost no international details to report and those details that are available are single market releases. More...

Calm Before the Storm

May 22nd, 2005

It was another slow weekend for international details as few studios were brave enough, or foolish enough to try and squeeze in a release between Kingdom of Heaven and Revenge of the Sith. It was hard to find many films that earned more than $1 million over the weekend and most of the activity came from smaller releases in midlevel markets. Next weekend there could be even fewer details as Revenge of the Sith should dominate every market, but after that the summer blockbuster season should be in full swing and things should pick up. More...

Kingdom's Reign Cruel to Competition

May 16th, 2005

The summer got off to a really, really slow start international this week and while Kingdom of Heaven didn't wasn't quite the blockbuster most people were looking for, it did cannibalized what little box office there was. There were a few local films to make noise, including Negotiator: Bayside Shakedown 3, which easily topped the Japanese market with $5,275,685 on just 280 for a huge $18,842 per screen average. More...

Slow Dancing to $100 million

May 8th, 2005

Golden Week helped Shall We Dance? climb 19% to $2,250,195 for the weekend and $7,270,348 during its run. The film now has $90.3 million internationally and could break $100 million if it continues to show strong legs in Japan. More...

International: Constantine Continues to Climb

May 1st, 2005

It was a good news, bad news kind of weekend for Constantine. The film remained in top spot in Japan with $2,330,027 on 349 screens for a $9,011,671 running tally in the market. Bad news, it dropped 37% during its second weekend in the market, which is really steep for Japan. Overall the film brought in $3 million on 1,200 screens in 40 markets for a international box office of $136.4 million. More...

Swimming with Sharks

March 13th, 2005

Shark Tale finished its international run with a second place $2.08 million opening in Japan on 485 screens. Its $4,296 per screen average it quite low for the market and generally means the film won't have the usual legs films in Japan have. The film performed much better in Italy where it finished first again with $3.0 million, down just 23% during its sophomore stint. Overall it took in $5.2 million to raise its international total to $181 million, but without any more openings it might struggle to hit $200 million. More...

The Aviator Soars Higher than Before

March 6th, 2005

The Aviator beat weekend estimates by a substantial margin leading to a $5.9 million box office on 3000 screens in 34 markets. The multi-Oscar winning movie has hit $86.2 million internationally and will cross $200 million worldwide before too long. The film dropped a spot to fifth place in South Korea with $834,660 for the week and slipped to second in Australia with $798,000. The only market the film opened it was Argentina, where it easily took top spot with $232,000. More...

Saw Remains on Top of Belated Rental Charts

March 5th, 2005

Thanks in part to a slow week for DVD releases, Saw remained the top DVD rental on this weeks charts with $6.80 million this week, a drop of 28% from last week, and a two week total of $16.27 million so far. On the VHS side, the film dropped first to third with $1.09 million, down 38% for a total of $2.83 million. More...

Twelve Tops the Best of the Rest

February 27th, 2005

Ocean's Twelve may have dropped out of the top five, but it is still going strong with $4.5 million on 1400 screens in 35 markets for an international box office of $225.8 million so far. No new openings means the heist film had to rely on holdovers likes its $2.5 million during its third weekend in the U.K. and $1.4 million during its fifth week of release in Japan, finishing second in both those markets. More...

Fockers Flatten Competition

February 2nd, 2005

Meet the Fockers open in the U.K. over the weekend with an astounding $14.8 million on 456, which is more than four times the original's earnings there in 2000. That figure was also more than 8 times the second place film , and more than half the market's total box office. Add in a handful of openings in other, mostly smaller markets and the film brought in $19.2 million on 1,700 screens in 15 markets for a $58.8 million total so far. More...

DVD Releases for February 1, 2005

January 31st, 2005

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases and a few from the growing TV on DVD section including this week's winner Penn & Teller: Bullshit! - Season 2 - Buy from Amazon and Sealab 2021 - Season 2 - Buy from Amazon and Wonderfalls - The Complete Season - Buy from Amazon and Degrassi Junior High - Season 1 - Buy from Amazon. Wow - busy week. More...

Incredibles have a Super Weekend

December 1st, 2004

With a nearly 3-1 lead over its nearest competitor, The Incredibles took top spot on the International Box Office charts this week with $44.3 million on 4,362 screens in 22 markets for a running tally of $59.1 million. The film opened number one in all twelve markets and in a few of the markets the film debuted in this week it was able to break the record for biggest debut by an animated films. However, in others it fell short to either Finding Nemo, (France) or Shrek 2 (the U.K. and Spain.) Its biggest single market was the U.K., where the brought in $18.1 million, including sneak peaks, which was a Disney record. Other highlights include $9.2 million in France, $5.6 million in Spain, $5.4 million in Italy, and $1.3 million in Belgium. Considering the results so far it should challenge for supremacy among the elite animated films and $400 million to $500 million isn't out of the question. More...

Bridget Slims Down but Still Number One

November 24th, 2004

Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason's second round of openings was no quite as strong as last week's, but it was still more than enough to keep its first place finish at the international box office. Overall the British comedy took in $20.6 million on 1,854 screens in 18 markets lifting its tally to $59 million. Out of the new openings, the film was most impressive in Spain with $2.6 million while its best market overall was the U.K. where the film dropped just 29% to $9.3 million. The film is still tracking well ahead of the original and is becoming one of the monster hits of the fall. More...

Bridget has 26 million Reasons to Celebrate

November 17th, 2004

Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason opened in a mere half a dozen international markets over the weekend, but what an opening it was. Despite place on fewer than 1000 screens the film was able to pull in an amazing $26.7 million, the lion's share coming from the U.K. where the film took in $19.1 million on 496 screens, (including $5.9 million from sneak peaks.) That was the best opening for a Working Title film smashing the previous record of $11.1 million for Love Actually. In each market the film broke the record for Working Title films and more than doubled the original's debut. And even with legs that are expected to be much lower, it should be able to break $300 million internationally, although it may have trouble hitting $50 million domestically. More...

Dwarves Tower Above All

November 10th, 2004

It's a rare feat for a non-Hollywood film to top the international charts, but that's just what the German spoof, Seven Dwarfs, did this week. Playing in just three markets the film took in $10.6 million on under 1,000 screens. In its home market of Germany the film eased just 19% to $9.2 million; the result was not quite as good in Austria where it dropped a respectable 30% to $915,000, but it was in Switzerland where it shined - increasing 4% to $500,000. Overall the film has now made $29.0 million so far but the real test comes with increased competition from holiday fare and the ability to find an audience in non-German speaking markets. More...

Sharks 4 - Dwarves 7

November 3rd, 2004

Holidays throughout Europe, and a $1.5 million, first place finish in Russia helped Shark Tale remain in top spot for the fourth straight week, although it was a much closer contest this week. Highlights include $4.3 million in the U.K., off just 24% compared to its sophomore weekend, $4.0 million in France, which was up 47% from last weekend for a $15.5 million in 4,300 theatres in 27 markets weekend. Its international running total topped $100 million, the 13th film to do so this year, and now sits at $109.6 million. More...

Halloween not as Scary as Predicted

November 1st, 2004

With four of the films in the top five beating expectations, this Halloween wasn't as bad as predicted. It was still down about 5.0% from last weekend and 1.5% from last year, but that's not as bad as it could have been. At first glance that's not too bad, however, last year Halloween was on a Friday and there were no new wide releases, which undoubtedly lead to last year under-performing. More...

Will Halloween Scare Away Moviegoers?

October 29th, 2004

Traditionally, Halloween is not a good day for the movies, with kids and families staying away from the theatres in order to trick or treat. The only films that really benefit from Halloween are horror films aimed at High School and College students. More...

Sharks Sink but Still Stay on Top

October 27th, 2004

Despite a 45% drop in its weekend haul, Shark Tale was able easily able to earn it third first place finish on the international charts. Still early in its run, the film took home $16.2 million in 4,368 theatres in 24 markets pushing its total to $80.3 million internationally. Without any openings the film relied on strong holdovers like in the U.K. where it drop 39%, in France it was off 32% and 35% in Germany. More...

Christmas Doesn't Come Early this Year

October 25th, 2004

Thanks to a much better than expected debut of the number one film we saw a large jump in the box office for the week, 8.75% to be more precise. However, with the rest of the films on the list just able to live up to expectations, the overall box office was still well short of last year's performance. The 18.25% drop on the yearly comparison is quite troubling, and it probably won't get much better next week either. More...

Will Audiences Hold a Grudge?

October 22nd, 2004

It's one week from Halloween, and that can only mean one thing. It's Christmas time! That's right, the first Christmas movie of the year is coming to theatres. Sigh. The only Christmas movie you can legitimately watch at this time of year is The Nightmare Before Christmas. More...

Team America Sleeps with the Fishes

October 18th, 2004

Unlike the summer, the fall has seen plenty of films hold up well in the face of new competition. This was the saving grace at the box office this week as neither new film made much of an impact. Even so, the overall box office dropped 9.3% from last week and a disturbing 14% from last year. Year to date 2004 is still maintaining its 4% lead over 2003, which is inline with ticket price increases. More...

Team America on the Offensive

October 15th, 2004

Two films open wide this weekend, one has really wooden acting and the other stars marionettes. OK, that was a cheap joke. After a very strong start, October is starting to show signs of weakness and will probably see another small drop at the box office. More...

Movie Websites Launches for October 8 - October 14

October 14th, 2004

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 A Very Long Engagement - Official Site . If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Can Shark Stay on Top?

October 8th, 2004

A trio of new films open wide this week, but none look likely to de-thrown Shark Tale as the weekend champ. Overall there should be a small drop at the box office, whether the drop will be large enough to push the weekend box office below 2003 level is up in the air. More...

Will October get off to a Scary Start?

October 1st, 2004

Well, September is over so the industry can breathe a collective sigh of relief. And it couldn't end a moment too soon. How bad was September? Total box office for September was $423 million, the worst month in two years. And the majority of that box office came from holdovers released in previous months like Hero, which earned nearly $30 million during the month of September. Fortunately, the first weekend in October sees the release of what should be the first $100 million movie since The Village. More...

2004 Preview: October

October 1st, 2004

October is generally a transition month. Not the dumping ground that September is, but without a major holiday, it's not as prosperous as November. Also, the month is usually good to horror movies for the obvious reason. One last note, the movie industry as a whole is in a bit of a slump right now, of the 11 films that opened wide in September, only 2 will beat expectations by any reasonable degree. This has caused me to downgrade some of my predictions, especially for earlier in the month. More...

New Movie Release Dates

February 6th, 2004

This week's new batch of movie release dates has some more shuffling around of this Summer's blockbusters, and even next Summer's blockbusters. We also have release dates for some smaller (and more interesting) movies. Among movies with moved dates: Welcome to Mooseport, 13 Going on 30, Raising Helen, Mr. 3000, The Notebook and Shall We Dance?. We also have a announced date for Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, and a new name and date for the XXX Sequel. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/10/15 4 $11,783,467   1,772 $6,650   $11,783,467 3
2004/10/22 3 $8,589,988 -27% 2,419 $3,551   $24,418,113 10
2004/10/29 5 $6,285,963 -27% 2,476 $2,539   $33,940,119 17
2004/11/05 6 $5,663,514 -10% 2,542 $2,228   $42,144,287 24
2004/11/12 9 $4,024,327 -29% 2,065 $1,949   $48,670,607 31
2004/11/19 11 $2,336,883 -42% 1,535 $1,522   $52,294,268 38
2004/11/26 14 $1,506,946 -36% 1,054 $1,430   $54,719,257 45
2004/12/03 15 $760,427 -50% 1,109 $686   $55,856,481 52
2004/12/10 18 $269,359 -65% 618 $436   $56,384,599 59
2004/12/17 27 $113,872 -58% 332 $343   $56,625,379 66
2004/12/24 29 $94,499 -17% 341 $277   $56,799,575 73
2004/12/31 29 $179,234 +90% 306 $586   $57,149,868 80
2005/01/07 32 $174,928 -2% 300 $583   $57,395,414 87
2005/01/14 36 $107,825 -38% 254 $425   $57,564,425 94
2005/01/21 42 $65,762 -39% 190 $346   $57,680,370 101
2005/01/28 47 $48,556 -26% 117 $415   $57,762,209 108
2005/02/04 49 $39,465 -19% 91 $434   $57,825,111 115
2005/02/11 67 $25,039 -37% 65 $385   $57,864,279 122
2005/02/18 75 $10,861 -57% 32 $339   $57,886,062 129

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/10/15 4 $3,700,000   1,772 $2,088   $3,700,000 1
2004/10/16 3 $4,974,000 +34% 1,772 $2,807   $8,600,000 2
2004/10/17 2 $3,090,000 -38% 1,772 $1,744   $11,783,467 3
2004/10/18 3 $930,000 -70% 1,772 $525   $12,714,000 4
2004/10/19 1 $1,154,000 +24% 1,772 $651   $13,867,000 5
2004/10/20 1 $968,000 -16% 1,772 $546   $14,835,000 6
2004/10/21 2 $996,000 +3% 1,772 $562   $15,828,000 7
2004/10/22 3 $2,700,000 +171% 2,419 $1,116   $18,500,000 8
2004/10/23 3 $3,681,000 +36% 2,419 $1,522   $22,172,000 9
2004/10/24 3 $2,245,000 -39% 2,419 $928   $24,418,113 10
2004/10/25 2 $739,000 -67% 2,419 $305   $25,157,000 11
2004/10/26 2 $910,000 +23% 2,419 $376   $26,067,000 12
2004/10/27 2 $815,000 -10% 2,419 $337   $26,882,000 13
2004/10/28 2 $825,000 +1% 2,419 $341   $27,654,000 14
2004/10/29 5 $2,000,000 +142% 2,476 $808   $29,654,000 15
2004/10/30 5 $2,675,000 +34% 2,476 $1,080   $32,355,000 16
2004/10/31 5 $1,584,000 -41% 2,476 $640   $33,940,119 17
2004/11/01 5 $580,000 -63% 2,476 $234   $34,520,000 18
2004/11/02 5 $720,000 +24% 2,476 $291   $35,240,000 19
2004/11/03 4 $635,000 -12% 2,476 $256   $35,875,000 20
2004/11/04 4 $656,000 +3% 2,476 $265   $36,531,000 21
2004/11/05 6 $1,700,000 +159% 2,542 $669   $38,231,000 22
2004/11/06 6 $2,527,000 +49% 2,542 $994   $40,750,000 23
2004/11/07 6 $1,394,000 -45% 2,542 $548   $42,144,287 24
2004/11/08 6 $453,000 -68% 2,542 $178   $42,597,000 25
2004/11/09 5 $569,000 +26% 2,542 $224   $43,166,000 26
2004/11/10 6 $643,000 +13% 2,542 $253   $43,809,000 27
2004/11/11 6 $923,000 +44% 2,542 $363   $44,646,280 28
2004/11/12 9 $1,300,000 +41% 2,065 $630   $45,900,000 29
2004/11/13 9 $1,797,000 +38% 2,065 $870   $47,731,000 30
2004/11/14 9 $939,000 -48% 2,065 $455   $48,670,607 31
2004/11/15 9 $291,000 -69% 2,065 $141   $48,962,000 32
2004/11/16 7 $369,000 +27% 2,065 $179   $49,331,000 33
2004/11/17 8 $320,000 -13% 2,065 $155   $49,651,000 34
2004/11/18 7 $323,000 +1% 2,065 $156   $49,957,385 35
2004/11/22 10 $201,000   1,535 $131   $52,495,000 39
2004/11/23 10 $264,000 +31% 1,535 $172   $52,750,000 40
2005/01/17 34 $20,350   254 $80   $57,584,775 95
2005/02/21 73 $1,820   32 $57   $57,887,882 130

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/10/15 2 $15,828,125   1,772 $8,932   $15,828,125 7
2004/10/22 3 $11,826,031 -25% 2,419 $4,889   $27,654,156 14
2004/10/29 5 $8,826,617 -25% 2,476 $3,565   $36,480,773 21
2004/11/05 6 $8,165,507 -7% 2,542 $3,212   $44,646,280 28
2004/11/12 9 $5,311,105 -35% 2,065 $2,572   $49,957,385 35
2004/11/19 11 $3,254,926 -39% 1,535 $2,120   $53,212,311 42
2004/11/26 14 $1,883,743 -42% 1,054 $1,787   $55,096,054 49
2004/12/03 15 $1,019,186 -46% 1,109 $919   $56,115,240 56
2004/12/10 18 $396,267 -61% 618 $641   $56,511,507 63
2004/12/17 28 $193,569 -51% 332 $583   $56,705,076 70
2004/12/24 30 $265,558 +37% 341 $779   $56,970,634 77
2004/12/31 29 $249,852 -6% 306 $817   $57,220,486 84
2005/01/07 31 $236,114 -5% 300 $787   $57,456,600 91
2005/01/14 35 $158,008 -33% 254 $622   $57,614,608 98
2005/01/21 42 $99,045 -37% 190 $521   $57,713,653 105
2005/01/28 47 $71,993 -27% 117 $615   $57,785,646 112
2005/02/04 49 $53,594 -26% 91 $589   $57,839,240 119
2005/02/11 66 $35,961 -33% 65 $553   $57,875,201 126
2005/02/18 81 $12,681 -65% 32 $396   $57,887,882 133

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