Shutter Island

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $128,012,934Details
International Box Office $168,818,139
Worldwide Box Office $296,831,073
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $25,853,674 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $8,408,512 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $34,262,186
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Metrics

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Critics
69% - Fresh
Audience
76% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 19th, 2010 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: June 8th, 2010 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for disturbing violent content, language and some nudity
(Rating bulletin 2105, 1/27/2010)
Keywords: Hallucinations, Police Procedural, Prison, Suicide, Murder - Suicide, Mental Illness, Faulty Memory, Film Noir
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

DVD Sales: Booking Top Spot on the Chart

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DVD Sales: Alice Shuts Out New Releases

No new release was able to take top spot on this week's sales chart leaving Alice in Wonderland as the repeat champion. It added $12.34 million from 657,000 units sold to take its two-week totals to 2.75 million units and $52.47 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 8th, 2010

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Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Shutter Island

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International Details: Date Night Dips in Popularity

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International Details: Foreign Releases Go Lala

There were more than a dozen foreign releases to reach the top 30 on the international chart, starting with Go Lala Go!. This Chinese film opened in first place in its native market and sixth place overall with $6.44 million on 655 screens. More...

International Top Five: Titan Towers Above Competition

Clash of the Titans nearly doubled its reach over the weekend as it remained in top spot with $53.87 million on 6629 screens in 32 markets for a still early total of $120.95 million internationally and $231.18 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Russia with $11.82 million on 920 screens. That's a lot given the size of the market, but Russia has a history of rewarding fantasy films. In France it also opened in first place, earning $6.41 million on 576 screens, while in Germany it showed similar strength with $5.93 million on 628 screens. As far as holdovers were concerned, it remained in first place in South Korea with $4.11 million on 642 screens over the weekend for a total of $14.17 million after two. It also remained on top in the U.K. with $3.77 million on 468 screens over the weekend for a total of $19.56 million after two. More...

International Details: Shutter Slips to Sixth

Shutter Island fell to sixth place with $6.64 million on 2870 screens in 39 markets for a total of $135.53 million internationally and $258.97 million worldwide. With a debut in Japan this weekend, it could climb back into the top five. Even if it doesn't, it still has to be considered a financial success. More...

International Top Five: Dragon Soars, But Alice Still Wonderful

A couple of major market debuts helped Alice in Wonderland keep its hold on first place, with $50.63 million on 8369 screens in 51 markets for a total of $367.77 million internationally and $661.30 million worldwide. In France it debuted in first place with $11.67 million on 735 screens, while it opened with $5.1 million on 450 screens in China. The film added $3.74 million on 510 screens in the U.K. for a total of $52.18 million, which is the film's best single foreign market. By this time next week it should have crossed the $400 million mark internationally and $700 million worldwide. $800 million is practically a lock at this point. Depending on how well it does in Spain, Japan, and Brazil, it could finish with more than $900 million. It has done particularly well in Mexico, with a running tally of $22.56 million. This bodes well for its chances in Spain and Brazil. However, it hasn't managed the same success in South Korea, with $16.95 million. This could be an omen for its run in Japan. More...

International Top Five: Alice is Just a Little Shy

Alice in Wonderland remained in first place for the third weekend in a row, adding $47.50 million on 6,827 screens in 49 markets for a total of $299.78 million internationally. I guarantee it reached $300 million internationally early on Monday. In fact, weekend estimates had it topping $300 million on Sunday, before the revised final numbers were released. The film again had no major market openings this weekend, but it remains a powerhouse in many countries. This includes the U.K., where it pulled in $7.26 million on 525 screens over the weekend for a total of $45.65 million after just three weeks of release. The film now has made $565.22 million worldwide after just three weeks of release. With openings in France, Spain, Japan, and Brazil ahead of it, it is on track for $750 million. More...

International Top Five: Alice Replicates Incredible Holds Worldwide

Despite no major market openings this past weekend, Alice in Wonderland slipped just 15% during its second weekend of release as it easily topped the international charts yet again. Over the past weekend it managed $80.59 million on 7065 screens in 45 markets for a total of $225.05 million internationally and $434.39 million worldwide. It did open in first place in Belgium, with $1.44 million on 112 screens over the weekend and $1.65 million in total. Its biggest market of the weekend was the U.K. where it added $11.07 million on 533 screens over the weekend for a total of $34.29 million after two. In Germany, the film actually grew a tiny bit to $7.15 million on 555 screens over the weekend for a total of $16.53 million. In South Korea it was down just 2% to $4.57 million on 444 screens, giving the film $11.28 million in total. With debuts in France, Spain, Japan, and Brazil over the next month and a half, the film will have no trouble adding to its totals. It could more than double its current worldwide box office. More...

Audiences Stay Mad over Alice

The box office results were mostly fantastic over the weekend, thanks almost entirely to one film, Alice in Wonderland. The movie was able to hold on better than almost everyone predicted, but the rest of the new releases failed to connect. This resulted in a 26% drop from last weekend, as the overall market pulled in $147 million. However, this was 45% higher than the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, year-to-date 2010 has now pulled in $2.24 billion, which is nearly 9.0% higher than last year's pace. More...

Alice is out of New Releases' League

There are three or four new wide releases coming out this week (depending on your definition of wide) but it appears that none of them have a real shot at taking top spot away from Alice in Wonderland. This is true despite the overwhelming majority of analysts who are predicting that the film will suffer at least a 55% drop-off this weekend. Fortunately for the box office as a whole, this should still be more than enough to keep pace with last year, even if none of the new releases match the best of last year's crop. More...

International Top Five: Alice is a Worldwide Wonderland

As it did domestically, Alice in Wonderland opened in first place internationally with $95.27 million on 6389 screens in 41 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $100.52 million. This is a little lower that its domestic debut, but it has yet to open in about a third of the international markets, so if it can open with similar strength in those place, the film should have about a 60 / 40 international/ domestic split. This means that even if the film has poor legs, it should have no trouble topping $500 million globally. The film's biggest single market was the U.K., where it opened in first place with $16.04 million on 533 screens for a per screen average of just over $30,000. It was surprisingly strong in Italy, where it made $11.15 million on 668 screens over the weekend for a total of $14.37 million. It nearly cracked $10 million in its opening in Australia, pulling in $9.46 million on 48 screens. Other major markets include Mexico ($7.92 million on 780 screens), Germany ($7.12 million on 452), South Korea ($4.69 million on 440), and Russia ($4.11 million on 868). More...

Alice Shatters Records, Turns 2010 Around

Wow. There's no other word to describe it. Alice in Wonderland's record-breaking opening blew away all expectations and by itself was almost as much as the entire weekend box office last weekend and last year. Overall, the box office pulled in $197 million, which was 65% higher than last weekend and 69% higher than the same weekend last year. It pushed the year-to-date box office to $2.04 billion, which is 5.9% higher than last year's record-setting pace. Additionally, attendance is also above last year's pace by close to 4%. More...

Alice's Expectations are Wonderful

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International Top Five: Avatar Laps Nearest Competition

For the eleventh weekend in a row, Avatar was the biggest draw at the international box office, but this week its win was extra special. Over the weekend it made $39.75 million on 7247 screens in 70 markets for a total of $1.85 billion internationally. This is more than Titanic made worldwide, meaning the film has in effect lapped its nearest competition. Additionally, it has reached $2.56 billion worldwide, which is an astounding number. To put this in perspective, this would be enough for the film to earn seventh place on the list of highest grossing franchises worldwide, and it will likely top Batman and Pirates of the Caribbean with ease. The film has set records in many major markets, including Italy, France, and South Korea, while it is creeping up on $100 million in Spain, Australia, and Italy to go along with the seven other markets where it has already reached that milestone. More...

Island Alone at the Top

Overall, it was a solid weekend at the box office. While the new releases were not quite able to match expectations, holdovers were able to compensate, helping the overall box office to $119 million. This was down 11% from last weekend, but more importantly it was 6.9% higher than the same weekend last year. Ticket sales are still down by about 0.5%, but thanks to higher prices, 2010 is ahead of 2009 at $1.80 billion to $1.78 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Shutter Island Wins Again

A decent 46% second weekend drop was good enough to keep Shutter Island at the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With $22.2 million, the movie beat out good debuts by Cop Out and The Crazies, which picked up $18.6 million and $16.5 million respectively. Overall business for the weekend looks as though it will be up about 20% compared to this weekend last year. More...

International Details: Shutter Island is International Destination

Shutter Island started its international run with a sixth place finish this past weekend, earning $9.28 million on 1229 screens in 9 markets. The film opened in first place in Spain with $3.25 million on 406 screens. It had to settle for second place in Australia, in a virtual tie with Valentine's Day at $2.50 million on 250 screens. It's way too early to tell where the film will end up, but matching its domestic run internationally is a solid goal. More...

Weekend Race Looks Crazy

February ends with a couple of wide releases, both of which have a shot at taking first place. However, while both new films have a shot at top spot, Shutter Island will probably remain there over the weekend. This is not to say that the new releases are particularly weak, especially compared to the new releases that came out this time last year. In fact, the top three films from this year might all perform better than the top film last year, so 2010 has a real chance to stop the slide and maintain its record-setting pace. More...

Ghost Haunts the Top of the Per Theater Chart

Showing once again that there's no such thing as bad publicity, Ghost Writer topped the per theater chart with an average of $45,752 in four theaters during its opening weekend. It will be interesting to see if it can maintain this momentum going forward. Shutter Island was the only other film in the $10,000 club, earning an average of $13,729 in nearly 3,000 theaters on its way to the number one spot on the overall chart. More...

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Shutter Surprises but Can't Save Box Office

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Weekend Estimates: Scorsese Scores Best Opening

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Looking for a Picture Perfect Start

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Contest: Hard as Cannon Balls

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Cast

Leonardo DiCaprio    Teddy Daniels
Mark Ruffalo    Chuck Aule
Ben Kingsley    Dr. Cawley
Max von Sydow    Dr. Naehring
Michelle Williams    Dolores Chanal
Emily Mortimer    Rachel 1
Patricia Clarkson    Rachel 2
Jackie Earle Haley    George Noyce
Ted Levine    Warden
Elias Koteas    Laeddis

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Martin Scorsese
Screenwriter    Laeta Kalogridis
Story Creator    Dennis Lehane
Producer    Mike Medavoy
Producer    Arnold W. Messer
Producer    Bradley J. Fischer
Producer    Martin Scorsese
Executive Producer    Chris Brigham
Executive Producer    Laeta Kalogridis
Executive Producer    Dennis Lehane
Executive Producer    Gianni Nunnari
Executive Producer    Louis Phillips
Co-Producer    Joseph Reidy
Co-Producer    Emma Tillinger Koskoff
Co-Producer    Amy Herman
Cinematographer    Robert Richardson
Editor    Thelma Schoonmaker
Music Supervisor    Robbie Robertson
Production Designer    Dante Ferretti
Supervising Art Director    Robert Guerra
Art Director    Christina Wilson
Art Director    Max Bixcoe
Set Decorator    Francesca Lo Schiavo
Costume Designer    Sandy Powell
Sound Mixer    Petur Hiddal
Supervising Sound Editor    Philip Stockton
Supervising Sound Editor    Eugene Gearty
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Fleischman
Visual Effects Supervisor    Rob Legato
Special Effects Coordinator    R. Bruce Steinheimer
Stunt Coordinator    George Aguilar
Assistant Director    Joseph Reidy
Second Unit Director    Rob Legato
Second Unit Camera    Rob Legato
Casting Director    Ellen Lewis
Casting Director    Meghan Rafferty

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/02/19 1 $14,058,226   2,991 $4,700   $14,058,226 1
2010/02/20 1 $16,300,327 +16% 2,991 $5,450   $30,358,553 2
2010/02/21 1 $10,703,887 -34% 2,991 $3,579   $41,062,440 3
2010/02/22 1 $3,338,123 -69% 2,991 $1,116   $44,400,563 4
2010/02/23 1 $3,149,100 -6% 2,991 $1,053   $47,549,663 5
2010/02/24 1 $2,638,537 -16% 2,991 $882   $50,188,200 6
2010/02/25 1 $2,687,866 +2% 2,991 $899   $52,876,066 7
2010/02/26 1 $6,645,378 +147% 3,003 $2,213   $59,521,444 8
2010/02/27 1 $10,323,195 +55% 3,003 $3,438   $69,844,639 9
2010/02/28 1 $5,696,632 -45% 3,003 $1,897   $75,541,271 10
2010/03/01 1 $1,774,857 -69% 3,003 $591   $77,316,128 11
2010/03/02 1 $1,937,252 +9% 3,003 $645   $79,253,380 12
2010/03/03 1 $1,651,191 -15% 3,003 $550   $80,904,571 13
2010/03/04 2 $1,620,023 -2% 3,003 $539   $82,524,594 14
2010/03/05 3 $4,024,045 +148% 3,178 $1,266   $86,548,639 15
2010/03/06 2 $5,986,030 +49% 3,178 $1,884   $92,534,669 16
2010/03/07 3 $3,215,336 -46% 3,178 $1,012   $95,750,005 17
2010/03/08 3 $1,011,425 -69% 3,178 $318   $96,761,430 18
2010/03/09 2 $1,101,674 +9% 3,178 $347   $97,863,104 19
2010/03/10 2 $970,211 -12% 3,178 $305   $98,833,315 20
2010/03/11 2 $1,034,197 +7% 3,178 $325   $99,867,512 21
2010/03/12 6 $2,401,174 +132% 3,356 $715   $102,268,686 22
2010/03/13 4 $3,548,743 +48% 3,356 $1,057   $105,817,429 23
2010/03/14 4 $2,194,216 -38% 3,356 $654   $108,011,645 24
2010/03/15 4 $797,561 -64% 3,356 $238   $108,809,206 25
2010/03/16 4 $827,367 +4% 3,356 $247   $109,636,573 26
2010/03/17 4 $632,019 -24% 3,356 $188   $110,268,592 27
2010/03/18 4 $746,040 +18% 3,356 $222   $111,014,632 28
2010/03/19 7 $1,390,945 +86% 2,704 $514   $112,405,577 29
2010/03/20 7 $2,085,567 +50% 2,704 $771   $114,491,144 30
2010/03/21 7 $1,259,322 -40% 2,704 $466   $115,750,466 31
2010/03/22 7 $425,875 -66% 2,704 $157   $116,176,341 32
2010/03/23 7 $438,498 +3% 2,704 $162   $116,614,839 33
2010/03/24 7 $396,390 -10% 2,704 $147   $117,011,229 34
2010/03/25 8 $413,836 +4% 2,704 $153   $117,425,065 35
2010/03/26 8 $956,938 +131% 2,123 $451   $118,382,003 36
2010/03/27 8 $1,355,311 +42% 2,123 $638   $119,737,314 37
2010/03/28 9 $875,238 -35% 2,123 $412   $120,612,552 38
2010/03/29 9 $337,739 -61% 2,123 $159   $120,950,291 39
2010/03/30 9 $340,116 +1% 2,123 $160   $121,290,407 40
2010/03/31 9 $328,229 -3% 2,123 $155   $121,618,636 41
2010/04/01 9 $333,898 +2% 2,123 $157   $121,952,534 42
2010/04/02 10 $532,929 +60% 1,356 $393   $122,485,463 43
2010/04/03 9 $584,447 +10% 1,356 $431   $123,069,910 44
2010/04/04 10 $371,027 -37% 1,356 $274   $123,440,937 45
2010/04/05 10 $184,289 -50% 1,356 $136   $123,625,226 46
2010/04/06 10 $160,866 -13% 1,356 $119   $123,786,092 47
2010/04/07 10 $162,700 +1% 1,356 $120   $123,948,792 48
2010/04/08 10 $167,401 +3% 1,356 $123   $124,116,193 49
2010/04/09 11 $282,583 +69% 869 $325   $124,398,776 50
2010/04/10 - $399,739 +41% 869 $460   $124,798,515 51
2010/04/11 - $202,966 -49% 869 $234   $125,001,481 52
2010/04/12 - $67,951 -67% 869 $78   $125,069,432 53
2010/04/13 - $77,827 +15% 869 $90   $125,147,259 54
2010/04/14 - $66,759 -14% 869 $77   $125,214,018 55
2010/04/15 - $64,878 -3% 869 $75   $125,278,896 56
2010/04/16 - $145,135 +124% 602 $241   $125,424,031 57
2010/04/17 - $241,133 +66% 602 $401   $125,665,164 58
2010/04/18 - $135,781 -44% 602 $226   $125,800,945 59
2010/04/19 - $41,857 -69% 602 $70   $125,842,802 60
2010/04/20 - $46,521 +11% 602 $77   $125,889,323 61
2010/04/21 - $45,831 -1% 602 $76   $125,935,154 62
2010/04/22 - $41,524 -9% 602 $69   $125,976,678 63
2010/04/23 - $79,999 +93% 408 $196   $126,056,677 64
2010/04/24 - $132,563 +66% 408 $325   $126,189,240 65
2010/04/25 - $73,287 -45% 408 $180   $126,262,527 66
2010/04/26 - $24,215 -67% 408 $59   $126,286,742 67
2010/04/27 - $28,469 +18% 408 $70   $126,315,211 68
2010/04/28 - $24,587 -14% 408 $60   $126,339,798 69
2010/04/29 - $25,822 +5% 408 $63   $126,365,620 70
2010/04/30 - $57,110 +121% 250 $228   $126,422,730 71
2010/05/01 - $77,572 +36% 250 $310   $126,500,302 72
2010/05/02 - $44,442 -43% 250 $178   $126,544,744 73
2010/05/03 - $13,951 -69% 250 $56   $126,558,695 74
2010/05/04 - $16,117 +16% 250 $64   $126,574,812 75
2010/05/05 - $15,017 -7% 250 $60   $126,589,829 76
2010/05/06 - $16,102 +7% 250 $64   $126,605,931 77
2010/05/07 - $112,829 +601% 189 $597   $126,718,760 78
2010/05/08 - $109,891 -3% 189 $581   $126,828,651 79
2010/05/09 - $47,587 -57% 189 $252   $126,876,238 80
2010/05/10 - $10,282 -78% 189 $54   $126,886,520 81
2010/05/11 - $13,203 +28% 189 $70   $126,899,723 82
2010/05/12 - $11,266 -15% 189 $60   $126,910,989 83
2010/05/13 - $10,314 -8% 189 $55   $126,921,303 84
2010/05/14 - $86,887 +742% 310 $280   $127,008,190 85
2010/05/15 - $137,435 +58% 310 $443   $127,145,625 86
2010/05/16 - $68,045 -50% 310 $220   $127,213,670 87
2010/05/17 - $26,822 -61% 310 $87   $127,240,492 88
2010/05/18 - $28,546 +6% 310 $92   $127,269,038 89
2010/05/19 - $27,329 -4% 310 $88   $127,296,367 90
2010/05/20 - $26,837 -2% 310 $87   $127,323,204 91
2010/05/21 - $57,143 +113% 310 $184   $127,380,347 92
2010/05/22 - $81,577 +43% 310 $263   $127,461,924 93
2010/05/23 - $102,217 +25% 310 $330   $127,564,141 94
2010/05/24 - $18,700 -82% 310 $60   $127,582,841 95
2010/05/25 - $20,106 +8% 310 $65   $127,602,947 96
2010/05/26 - $19,443 -3% 310 $63   $127,622,390 97
2010/05/27 - $20,215 +4% 310 $65   $127,642,605 98
2010/05/28 - $36,402 +80% 201 $181   $127,679,007 99
2010/05/29 - $67,252 +85% 201 $335   $127,746,259 100
2010/05/30 - $65,715 -2% 201 $327   $127,811,974 101
2010/05/31 34 $33,067 -50% 201 $165   $127,845,041 102
2010/06/01 - $15,386 -53% 201 $77   $127,860,427 103
2010/06/02 - $15,005 -2% 201 $75   $127,875,432 104
2010/06/03 - $15,238 +2% 201 $76   $127,890,670 105
2010/06/04 - $22,343 +47% 152 $147   $127,913,013 106
2010/06/05 - $32,900 +47% 152 $216   $127,945,913 107
2010/06/06 - $22,492 -32% 152 $148   $127,968,405 108
2010/06/07 - $10,460 -53% 152 $69   $127,978,865 109
2010/06/08 - $11,265 +8% 152 $74   $127,990,130 110
2010/06/09 - $11,880 +5% 152 $78   $128,002,010 111
2010/06/10 - $10,924 -8% 152 $72   $128,012,934 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/02/19 1 $41,062,440   2,991 $13,729   $41,062,440 3
2010/02/26 1 $22,665,205 -45% 3,003 $7,548   $75,541,271 10
2010/03/05 3 $13,225,411 -42% 3,178 $4,162   $95,750,005 17
2010/03/12 4 $8,144,133 -38% 3,356 $2,427   $108,011,645 24
2010/03/19 7 $4,735,834 -42% 2,704 $1,751   $115,750,466 31
2010/03/26 8 $3,187,487 -33% 2,123 $1,501   $120,612,552 38
2010/04/02 10 $1,488,403 -53% 1,356 $1,098   $123,440,937 45
2010/04/09 11 $885,288 -41% 869 $1,019   $125,001,481 52
2010/04/16 16 $522,049 -41% 602 $867   $125,800,945 59
2010/04/23 22 $285,849 -45% 408 $701   $126,262,527 66
2010/04/30 28 $179,124 -37% 250 $716   $126,544,744 73
2010/05/07 24 $270,307 +51% 189 $1,430   $126,876,238 80
2010/05/14 25 $292,367 +8% 310 $943   $127,213,670 87
2010/05/21 24 $240,937 -18% 256 $941   $127,564,141 94
2010/05/28 29 $169,369 -30% 201 $843   $127,811,974 101
2010/06/04 38 $77,735 -54% 152 $511   $127,968,405 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/13/20102504,211 504,211$8,637,134$8,637,1341
6/20/20103231,833-54% 736,044$3,938,843$12,575,9772
6/27/20101096,132-59% 832,176$1,860,154$14,436,1313
7/4/20101170,131-27% 902,307$1,401,919$15,838,0504
7/11/20101163,354-10% 965,661$1,211,962$17,050,0125
7/18/20101747,829-25% 1,013,490$860,444$17,910,4566
7/25/20101647,967n/c1,061,457$944,950$18,855,4067
8/1/20102030,753-36% 1,092,210$614,752$19,470,1588
8/8/20102330,944+1% 1,123,154$618,571$20,088,7299
8/15/20102530,772-1% 1,153,926$617,286$20,706,01510
8/22/20102927,769-10% 1,181,695$473,739$21,179,75411
8/29/20103020,859-25% 1,202,554$357,315$21,537,06912

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/13/20102134,340 134,340$3,204,001$3,204,0011
6/20/2010481,695-39% 216,035$1,632,264$4,836,2652
6/27/2010926,664-67% 242,699$532,210$5,368,4753
7/4/20101017,357-35% 260,056$346,444$5,714,9194
7/11/20101214,090-19% 274,146$281,237$5,996,1565
7/18/20101011,831-16% 285,977$236,138$6,232,2946
7/25/2010129,616-19% 295,593$191,928$6,424,2227
8/1/2010147,846-18% 303,439$156,600$6,580,8228
8/8/20101712,010+53% 315,449$239,727$6,820,5499
8/22/2010205,600 323,273$111,772$6,976,71011

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