The Smurfs

The Smurfs poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $142,614,158Details
International Box Office $420,452,393
Worldwide Box Office $563,066,551
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $38,956,604 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $14,250,965 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $53,207,569
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

The Smurfs make their first 3D trip to the big screen in Columbia Pictures'/Sony Pictures Animation’s hybrid live-action and animated family comedy, The Smurfs. When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the Smurfs out of their village, they’re forced through a portal, out of their world and into ours, landing in the middle of New York’s Central Park. Just three apples high and stuck in the Big Apple, the Smurfs must find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
22% - Rotten
Audience
44% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 29th, 2011 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: December 2nd, 2011 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for mild rude humor and action.
(Rating bulletin 2178, 6/29/2011)
Running Time: 103 minutes
Franchise: The Smurfs
Keywords: Gratuitous Cameos, Voiceover/Narration, Secret Magic, Invented Language, Live Action Cartoon, 3-D
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Sony Pictures Animation, Kerner Entertainment Company

Cast

Neil Patrick Harris    Patrick Winslow
Jayma Mays    Grace Winslow
Sofia Vergara    Odile
Tim Gunn    Henri
Hank Azaria    Gargamel
Alan Cumming    Gutsy Smurf
B.J. Novak    Baker Smurf
Kenan Thompson    Greedy Smurf
John Oliver    Vanity Smurf
Gary Basaraba    Hefty Smurf
Paul Reubens    Jokey Smurf
Jeff Foxworthy    Handy Smurf
Fred Armisen    Brainy Smurf
George Lopez    Grouchy Smurf
   Smurfette
   Papa Smurf
Anton Yelchin    Clumsy Smurf
Wolfgang Puck    Chef Smurf
Frank Welker    Azrael

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Jordan Kerner
Executive Producer    Ezra Swerdlow
Executive Producer    Ben Haber
Executive Producer    Paul Neesan
Screenwriter    J. David Stem
Screenwriter    David N. Weiss
Screenwriter    Jay Scherick
Screenwriter    David Ronn
Character Creator    Peyo
Cinematographer    Phil Meheux
Production Designer    Bill Boes
Editor    Sabrina Plisco
Composer    Heitor Pereira
Art Director    Chris Shriver
Set Decorator    Regina Graves
Costume Designer    Rita Ryack
Sound Mixer    James J. Sabat
Supervising Sound Editor    Robert L. Sephton
Sound Designer    Will Files
Re-recording Mixer    Terry Porter
Re-recording Mixer    Dean Zupancic
Special Effects Supervisor    Steve Kirshoff
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard R. Hoover
Visual Effects Supervisor    Rob Engle
Stunt Coordinator    George Aguilar
Assistant Director    Benita Allen
Second Unit Director    George Aguilar
Casting Director    David Rubin
Casting Director    Richard Hicks

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Blu-ray Sales: Hanging Out on Top

The Hangover II was the first of three new releases on top of this week's Blu-ray sales chart, selling 951,000 units while generating $16.89 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 42%, which was good for a comedy. More...

DVD Sales: Helping Itself to First Place

New releases took four or five of the top five spots on the DVD sales chart this week. (The Smurfs is a bit of a complicated case, but more on that in a second.) First place went to The Help with 1.75 million units sold generating $29.78 million in revenue. More...

Blu-ray Sales: High Definition Looking Blue

The Smurfs led a group of five new releases on the Blu-ray sales chart earning first place in the process. It sold 355,000 units while generating $8.88 million during its first week on the home market, which represents 42% of all units sold. That's a very strong opening week Blu-ray ratio for a live action kids movie. More...

DVD Sales: Smurfs Start the Final Stretch in Style

We are in the final stretch for the Christmas shopping season, but there are still few more summer blockbusters coming out from now till Christmas week. This time around, there were half a dozen new releases on this week's DVD sales chart, led by The Smurfs with 491,000 units / $8.34 million. For a kids' film that sold more than $140 million in tickets, this is slow start. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 29th, 2011

It's another relatively slow week on the home market. The two biggest release of the week don't come out till Friday, while there are few other releases to pick up the slack. As for the search for best and not necessarily the biggest, there are a few contenders. Cave of Forgotten Dreams earned Oscar-worthy reviews and the 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack is a clear contender for Pick of the Week. But in the end I went with Tucker and Dale vs. Evil on DVD or Blu-ray. 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...

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...

International Box Office: Snakes Swallow Smurfs

The Smurfs were finally knocked off the top spot on the international chart, falling prey to The Sorcerer And The White Snake. This Chinese film opened in a trio of markets earning $15.88 million, but no other details were released. More...

International Box Office: Smurfs Lead Soft, Soft Box Office

The Smurfs were the only film to top $10 million on the international chart this past weekend earning $12.61 million on 5,931 screens in 61 markets. This lifted its totals to $364.47 million internationally and $502.83 million worldwide after two months of release. The film has no major markets left to open in, but it remained in first place in Italy with $3.03 million on 559 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.26 million after two. It also remained in top spot in Australia with $2.55 million on 458 screens over the weekend for a total of $6.97 million after two. More...

International Box Office: Box Office is Starting to Feel Blue

The dry season continues at the box office with the last of the summer blockbusters fading away while the first of the fall hits is a long way off. This has left The Smurfs without any real competition and for six weeks it has topped the international box office. During its eighth week of release, the film pulled in $17.93 million on 6,404 screens in 69 markets for totals of $345.44 million internationally and $483.04 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Italy with $3.55 million on 542 screens, while it also placed first in Australia with $2.56 million on 458 screens over the weekend and $3.59 million in total. More...

International Box Office: Smurfs Still Large Overseas

The Smurfs have taken top spot on the international chart for the fifth weekend in a row, this time earning $14.78 million on 6,425 screens in 80 markets for a total of $321.17 million internationally and $457.18 million worldwide. The film opened in Japan over the weekend, but was a non-entity placing fifth with $857,000 on 235 screens over the weekend and $994,000 in total. It opens in Australia and Italy this weekend and if it can do well in those two markets, it should reach $500 million worldwide before long. More...

International Box Office: Smurfy Way to Start September

The Smurfs started September the same way they ended August, on top of the international chart. Over the weekend the film earned $25.09 million on 8,318 screens in 78 markets for totals of $297.72 million internationally and $429.77 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in the United Arab Emirates with $1.9 million on 37 screens, which was the second best opening in the market this year, behind only Pirates of Caribbean on Stranger Tides. It also earned first place in Sweden with $1.11 million on 128 screens and second place in Norway with $1.05 million on 132. Given its surprising strength over the weekend, getting to $500 million worldwide has become more of a reality. More...

International Box Office: Quarter Billion Reasons to Say Smurf

For the third weekend in a row, The Smurfs earned first place on the international chart. This time they pulled in $26.82 million on 9,023 screens in 48 markets for a total of $258.27 million internationally and $384.22 million worldwide. It was a pretty slow weekend in terms of new releases (it earned $739,000 on 137 screens in Denmark) but that changes next weekend with an opening in Japan, while Australia and Italy are also just around the corner. Even if the film had no markets left to open in, it would still get to $300 million internationally and $400 million worldwide, but even with these three major markets, it probably won't hit any other major milestones. More...

International Box Office: Little Blue Guys Earning Lots of Green

The Smurfs remained in first place with $35.18 million on 10,737 screens in 47 markets for a total of $211.52 million internationally and $329.07 million worldwide. The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but did add $3.95 million on 504 screens during its third weekend in Brazil and it now has $21.91 million in that market. That's like earning more than $200 million domestically. With openings in Italy, Japan, and Australia still ahead, the film should have no trouble getting to $400 million worldwide, which means it is on pace to earn a profit before the home market. More...

International Box Office: Tiny Heroes, Huge Box Office

The Smurfs continued to expand this past weekend and reached first place with $61.48 million on 11,055 screens in 40 markets for a total of $143.23 million internationally. Its biggest opening came in China where it debuted in first place with $13.4 million on 3,110 screens from Wednesday through Sunday. It also opened in first place in Russia with $4.28 million on 662 screens, but had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $6.16 million on 447 and third place in South Korea with $2.07 million on 455 screens over the weekend and $2.42 million in total. It also held on really well in Brazil, down just 21% to $5.34 million on 559 over the weekend for a total of $15.36 million after two. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office gets a Little Help

While three of the four wide releases that opened this week missed expectations, the one that beat expectations did so by enough that we can still say the box office was a success pulling in $155 million. That was off by 7% when compared to last weekend, but more importantly it was 8% higher than the same weekend last year. The year-over-year winning streak has hit five weeks, while 2010's lead over 2011 has shrunk to just a hair over $300 million at $7.23 billion to $6.93 billion. Should 2011 continue its recent winning ways, the total box office should reach $10 billion for the year and perhaps show a little growth over 2010 in the end. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases Conquer Apes?

Four wide releases open this week, but unless one of them is a surprise hit, I think it's safe to say that summer unofficially ends this weekend. That's not to say the films opening this weekend are all destined to bomb and most should at least become solid midlevel hits, but odds are Rise of the Planet of the Apes will retain top spot on the chart. Unfortunately, this weekend last year we did have a surprise hit and there's almost no chance any film this year will match The Expendables' opening and that could mean 2011's winning streak will come to an end. On the other hand, there's a lot more depth this time around and since the four wide releases share very little crossover appeal, they might all reach their potential and that might be enough to eek out a win. More...

International Box Office: Another Week, Another Potter Milestone

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 became just the third film in history to reach $800 million internationally, and that wasn't the only big news of the week. Over the weekend, the film pulled in $62.43 million on 14,316 screens in 62 markets for totals of $801.32 million internationally and $1.14 billion worldwide. It is now the highest grossing non-James Cameron film of all time. The film opened with just shy of $30 million in China, which is more than twice the previous film's debut there. In fact, it is about 10% less than the previous film's final box office there. There is a chance Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 will break the century mark in this market. Other big news of the weekend came from the U.K. where it earned $4.61 million on 525 screens for a total of $102.39 million. It's still very rare for films to earn $100 million or more in any individual box office, so this is good news. Its next biggest individual market is Japan at $82.19 million, including $4.76 million on 822 screens this past weekend. Looking forward, the film should have no trouble reaching $900 million internationally and it should top Titanic's international number worldwide. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Apes Conquer Box Office

It seems summer is still around as the box office was stronger than expected. Not only did Rise of the Planet of the Apes earn more than last year's number one film, The Other Guys, by a large margin, but the rest of the box office was also able to gain ground on 2010. Granted, with a total haul of $167 million, it was down 7% from last weekend. But more importantly, it was up by 26% from last year. Year-to-date 2011 has pulled in $6.68 billion, which is still 5% lower than this point last year, but we are closing the gap and if the fall is as strong as the summer was, we could still squeeze out a win. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Apes Rise Above the Competition?

August begins with two wide releases, include one opening in well over 3,000 theaters, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and one that's just below the saturation level, The Change-Up. This time last year, the one-two punch came from The Other Guys and Step Up 3D, which combined to earn just over $51 million. There are some who think Rise of the Planet of the Apes will earn that much by itself. That's a little too bullish for me, but it does suggest 2011 should extend its winning streak over 2010 to four weeks. More...

The Future of the Per Theater Chart

Miranda July's second film, The Future, opened about as well as her first film, Me and You and Everyone We Know, did. It earned $27,137 in its lone theater, which was enough for top spot on the per theater chart and suggests a strong potential for expansion. The Devil's Double and The Guard were in a virtual tie with averages of $19,283 and $19,209 respectively. Attack the Block was one of the wider limited releases of the week, and it had the biggest opening in terms of raw dollars. Furthermore, its average of $17,198 suggest potential to expand. El Bulli: Cooking in Progress opened in one theater earning $12,756 over the weekend and $20,699 since Wednesday. Sarah's Key expanded from 5 theaters to 33, but still managed a very strong per theater average of $11,112. The final film to cross the $10,000 per theater average was The Smurfs at $10,489. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Cowboys Win Close Race

It was a very, very close race for top spot at box office this weekend with the top two films separated by less than $1 million. In the end, it was Cowboys and Aliens that came out on top, even though it finished on the low end of predictions. However, with The Smurfs earning much more than expected, the overall box office take was a surprisingly brisk $180 million. This was still 6% lower than last weekend, but more importantly, 24% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 has brought in $6.42 billion, or about 6% less than last year's pace. With a little luck, 2011 will be able to close that gap a bit more before the end of summer. More...

Weekend Estimates: Cowboys and Smurfs in Box Office Tie

Universal and Sony showed how compromise is done on Sunday, as each studio settled on an identical weekend estimate, with Cowboys & Aliens and The Smurfs tied on an estimated $36,206,250. That's a slight disappointment for Cowboys (although certainly up from the worst fears of a few weeks ago) and above expectations for Smurfs, which showed the resilience of kids movies to weak reviews and gave 3D a needed boost. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Cowboys Overtake Captain?

Summer is starting to wind down and while there are no sure-fire monster hits opening from now until November, there are still a few more potential $100 million hits coming out before we can close the book on the summer. Cowboys and Aliens is one of these films, and while it is clearly the biggest new release of the week, it still has competition from Captain America: The First Avenger during its opening weekend. On the high end, the film could earn more than the combined openings of last year's three wide releases. Even on the low end, it should have no trouble topping last year's number one film. This should help 2011 win over 2010 for the third week in a row, which is enough to be considered a streak. More...

2011 Preview: July

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/29 1 $13,260,814   3,395 $3,906   $13,260,814 1
2011/07/30 2 $12,610,312 -5% 3,395 $3,714   $25,871,126 2
2011/07/31 2 $9,740,511 -23% 3,395 $2,869   $35,611,637 3
2011/08/01 1 $5,004,689 -49% 3,395 $1,474   $40,616,326 4
2011/08/02 1 $5,664,831 +13% 3,395 $1,669   $46,281,157 5
2011/08/03 1 $4,828,115 -15% 3,395 $1,422   $51,109,272 6
2011/08/04 1 $4,092,559 -15% 3,395 $1,205   $55,201,831 7
2011/08/05 2 $5,962,691 +46% 3,395 $1,756   $61,164,522 8
2011/08/06 2 $8,058,980 +35% 3,395 $2,374   $69,223,502 9
2011/08/07 2 $6,680,744 -17% 3,395 $1,968   $75,904,246 10
2011/08/08 2 $2,889,166 -57% 3,395 $851   $78,793,412 11
2011/08/09 2 $3,796,195 +31% 3,395 $1,118   $82,589,607 12
2011/08/10 3 $2,981,329 -21% 3,395 $878   $85,570,936 13
2011/08/11 3 $2,474,724 -17% 3,395 $729   $88,045,660 14
2011/08/12 5 $3,781,614 +53% 3,427 $1,103   $91,827,274 15
2011/08/13 4 $5,297,423 +40% 3,427 $1,546   $97,124,697 16
2011/08/14 3 $4,654,044 -12% 3,427 $1,358   $101,778,741 17
2011/08/15 3 $2,277,561 -51% 3,427 $665   $104,056,302 18
2011/08/16 3 $2,488,558 +9% 3,427 $726   $106,544,860 19
2011/08/17 3 $1,610,657 -35% 3,427 $470   $108,155,517 20
2011/08/18 3 $1,588,988 -1% 3,427 $464   $109,744,505 21
2011/08/19 7 $2,229,504 +40% 3,057 $729   $111,974,009 22
2011/08/20 5 $3,167,563 +42% 3,057 $1,036   $115,141,572 23
2011/08/21 5 $2,405,310 -24% 3,057 $787   $117,546,882 24
2011/08/22 5 $883,289 -63% 3,057 $289   $118,430,171 25
2011/08/23 4 $1,088,739 +23% 3,057 $356   $119,518,910 26
2011/08/24 4 $779,492 -28% 3,057 $255   $120,298,402 27
2011/08/25 4 $895,066 +15% 3,057 $293   $121,193,468 28
2011/08/26 7 $1,281,661 +43% 2,861 $448   $122,475,129 29
2011/08/27 7 $2,045,107 +60% 2,861 $715   $124,520,236 30
2011/08/28 7 $1,427,998 -30% 2,861 $499   $125,948,234 31
2011/08/29 7 $480,553 -66% 2,861 $168   $126,428,787 32
2011/08/30 7 $627,855 +31% 2,861 $219   $127,056,642 33
2011/08/31 8 $466,924 -26% 2,861 $163   $127,523,566 34
2011/09/01 8 $429,046 -8% 2,861 $150   $127,952,612 35
2011/09/02 10 $891,888 +108% 2,706 $330   $128,844,500 36
2011/09/03 10 $1,590,444 +78% 2,706 $588   $130,434,944 37
2011/09/04 10 $1,617,146 +2% 2,706 $598   $132,052,090 38
2011/09/05 8 $1,624,615 n/c 2,706 $600   $133,676,705 39
2011/09/06 11 $243,875 -85% 2,706 $90   $133,920,580 40
2011/09/07 - $153,646 -37% 2,706 $57   $134,074,226 41
2011/09/08 - $134,619 -12% 2,706 $50   $134,208,845 42
2011/09/09 15 $351,256 +161% 1,977 $178   $134,560,101 43
2011/09/10 13 $879,648 +150% 1,977 $445   $135,439,749 44
2011/09/11 11 $569,528 -35% 1,977 $288   $136,009,277 45
2011/09/12 15 $75,202 -87% 1,977 $38   $136,084,479 46
2011/09/13 15 $93,413 +24% 1,977 $47   $136,177,892 47
2011/09/14 15 $83,986 -10% 1,977 $42   $136,261,878 48
2011/09/15 15 $88,735 +6% 1,977 $45   $136,350,613 49
2011/09/16 - $257,629 +190% 1,419 $182   $136,608,242 50
2011/09/17 14 $589,070 +129% 1,419 $415   $137,197,312 51
2011/09/18 13 $396,569 -33% 1,419 $279   $137,593,881 52
2011/09/19 - $49,806 -87% 1,419 $35   $137,643,687 53
2011/09/20 - $63,649 +28% 1,419 $45   $137,707,336 54
2011/09/21 - $51,764 -19% 1,419 $36   $137,759,100 55
2011/09/22 - $52,956 +2% 1,419 $37   $137,812,056 56
2011/09/23 - $127,577 +141% 669 $191   $137,939,633 57
2011/09/24 - $258,687 +103% 669 $387   $138,198,320 58
2011/09/25 - $155,572 -40% 669 $233   $138,353,892 59
2011/09/26 - $25,192 -84% 669 $38   $138,379,084 60
2011/09/27 - $27,990 +11% 669 $42   $138,407,074 61
2011/09/28 - $25,737 -8% 669 $38   $138,432,811 62
2011/09/29 - $40,185 +56% 669 $60   $138,472,996 63
2011/09/30 - $74,294 +85% 411 $181   $138,547,290 64
2011/10/01 - $161,364 +117% 411 $393   $138,708,654 65
2011/10/02 - $100,391 -38% 411 $244   $138,809,045 66
2011/10/07 - $128,755   515 $250   $138,998,498 71
2011/10/08 - $223,365 +73% 515 $434   $139,221,863 72
2011/10/09 - $159,936 -28% 515 $311   $139,381,799 73
2011/10/14 - $117,729   370 $318   $139,715,010 78
2011/10/15 - $194,948 +66% 370 $527   $139,909,958 79
2011/10/16 - $127,849 -34% 370 $346   $140,037,807 80
2011/10/21 - $108,766   327 $333   $140,276,678 85
2011/10/22 - $168,090 +55% 327 $514   $140,444,768 86
2011/10/23 - $110,441 -34% 327 $338   $140,555,209 87
2011/10/28 - $64,546   303 $213   $140,714,031 92
2011/10/29 - $112,369 +74% 303 $371   $140,826,400 93
2011/10/30 - $74,057 -34% 303 $244   $140,900,457 94
2011/11/04 - $67,524   278 $243   $141,035,555 99
2011/11/05 - $145,089 +115% 278 $522   $141,180,644 100
2011/11/06 - $90,891 -37% 278 $327   $141,271,535 101
2011/11/11 - $108,848   269 $405   $141,461,887 106
2011/11/12 - $130,344 +20% 269 $485   $141,592,231 107
2011/11/13 - $79,611 -39% 269 $296   $141,671,842 108
2011/11/18 - $46,236   252 $183   $141,774,890 113
2011/11/19 - $101,634 +120% 252 $403   $141,876,524 114
2011/11/20 - $65,064 -36% 252 $258   $141,941,588 115
2011/11/25 - $86,491   248 $349   $142,171,100 120
2011/11/26 - $99,151 +15% 248 $400   $142,270,251 121
2011/11/27 - $53,869 -46% 248 $217   $142,324,120 122
2011/12/02 - $30,689   327 $94   $142,399,076 127
2011/12/03 - $63,293 +106% 327 $194   $142,462,369 128
2011/12/04 - $37,795 -40% 327 $116   $142,500,164 129
2011/12/09 - $16,834   181 $93   $142,549,428 134
2011/12/10 - $40,827 +143% 181 $226   $142,590,255 135
2011/12/11 - $23,903 -41% 181 $132   $142,614,158 136

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/29 2 $35,611,637   3,395 $10,489   $35,611,637 3
2011/08/05 2 $20,702,415 -42% 3,395 $6,098   $75,904,246 10
2011/08/12 4 $13,733,081 -34% 3,427 $4,007   $101,778,741 17
2011/08/19 6 $7,802,377 -43% 3,057 $2,552   $117,546,882 24
2011/08/26 7 $4,754,766 -39% 2,861 $1,662   $125,948,234 31
2011/09/02 10 $4,099,478 -14% 2,706 $1,515   $132,052,090 38
2011/09/09 14 $1,800,432 -56% 1,977 $911   $136,009,277 45
2011/09/16 15 $1,243,268 -31% 1,419 $876   $137,593,881 52
2011/09/23 18 $541,836 -56% 669 $810   $138,353,892 59
2011/09/30 25 $336,049 -38% 411 $818   $138,809,045 66
2011/10/07 15 $512,056 +52% 515 $994   $139,381,799 73
2011/10/14 18 $440,526 -14% 370 $1,191   $140,037,807 80
2011/10/21 23 $387,297 -12% 327 $1,184   $140,555,209 87
2011/10/28 23 $250,972 -35% 303 $828   $140,900,457 94
2011/11/04 23 $303,504 +21% 278 $1,092   $141,271,535 101
2011/11/11 24 $318,803 +5% 269 $1,185   $141,671,842 108
2011/11/18 27 $212,934 -33% 252 $845   $141,941,588 115
2011/11/25 25 $239,511 +12% 248 $966   $142,324,120 122
2011/12/02 32 $131,777 -45% 327 $403   $142,500,164 129
2011/12/09 36 $81,564 -38% 181 $451   $142,614,158 136

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/4/20111480,818 480,818$8,169,098$8,169,0981
12/11/20113583,163+21% 1,063,981$9,907,939$18,077,0372
12/18/20116313,914-46% 1,377,895$5,603,365$23,680,4023
12/25/20118288,183-8% 1,666,078$4,896,229$28,576,6314
1/1/20121683,846-71% 1,749,924$1,448,859$30,025,4905
1/8/20121662,774-25% 1,812,698$1,119,888$31,145,3786
1/15/20122931,965-49% 1,844,663$589,754$31,735,1337
1/29/20122915,840 1,874,969$266,904$32,264,4509
2/19/20125111,112 2,006,495$1,932,238$34,572,85312

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/4/20111155,159 155,159$3,185,414$3,185,4141
12/11/20114181,300+17% 336,459$4,265,981$7,451,3952
12/18/20111080,222-56% 416,681$1,970,264$9,421,6593
12/25/201116118,832+48% 535,513$2,734,319$12,155,9784

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