Speed Racer

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $43,945,766Details
International Box Office $49,448,696
Worldwide Box Office $93,394,462
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $14,346,149 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $14,346,149
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

The story resolves around Speed Racer, who is loyal to the family business run by his parents. After turning down an offer to race for one of the big companies he uncovers a race fixing plot and joins forces with former rival Racer X.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
39% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$120,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 9th, 2008 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
May 9th, 2008 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: September 16th, 2008 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of action, some violence, language and brief smoking
Keywords: Auto Racing, Visual Effects, Live Action Cartoon, Digital Cinematography, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

UPDATED: DVD Sales - Man oh Man!

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DVD Sales - Sexy, and Not so Sexy, New Releases

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DVD Rentals - Made to Order

There were almost as many new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental charts as there were on the sales chart this week, but there were some key differences, including the top spot. The number one rental of the week was Made of Honor, which generated about 20% more revenue than Speed Racer. More...

DVD Sales - Go Speed Racer!

There were plenty of new releases on this week's sales chart, nine in fact, but they generally didn't perform as strongly as last week's group. Leading the way was Speed Racer with 406,000 units sold, and $8.40 million in revenue generated, which is relatively better than its theatrical run. More...

DVD Releases for September 16, 2008 - Part I

We have a big list this week with more than 50 releases. This includes very few top-notch, first run releases, but that weakness is counterbalanced by the strength in the TV on DVD department, including a few contenders for DVD Pick of the Week like Duckman - Season One & Two and Pushing Daisies - Season One on DVD or Blu-ray. If I were to choose just one release this week, it would be the former; however, I think the latter has a better chance at mainstream appeal. As I previously said, this is a huge list this week, so much so that it had to be split into two parts. Part two can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for September 16, 2008 - Part II

We have a big list this week with more than 50 releases. This includes very few top-notch, first run releases, but that weakness is counterbalanced by the strength in the TV on DVD department, including a few contenders for DVD Pick of the Week like Duckman - Season One & Two and Pushing Daisies - Season One on DVD or Blu-ray. If I were to choose just one release this week, it would be the former; however, I think the latter has a better chance at mainstream appeal. As I previously said, this is a huge list this week, so much so that it had to be split into two parts. Part one can be found here. More...

International Details - Cliff Strong Overseas

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International Details - Panda Packs on the Pounds

Kung Fu Panda saw its weekend numbers climb by close to 70%, and its weekend haul of $40.16 million on 5325 screens in 40 markets was the best of its run so far. A run that has brought in $154.13 million so far. However, it still remained in second place thanks to the opening of Hancock. The film had a pair of second place openings including the U.K. where it made $8.63 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.96 million. Meanwhile in Germany it was not as strong with $4.48 million on 831 screens, but it still managed second place. The film also slipped to second place in Australia, but it held well down just 24% to $3.83 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.63 million. More...

International Details - What Happened?

The Happening fell from first to fifth with just $14.05 million on 5579 screens in 65 markets for a total of $56.40 million after two weeks. Good news, it was able to remain in first place in France despite falling 60% to $1.93 million on 550 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.68 million after two. On the other hand, it fell from first to third in Spain down 65% to $1.20 million on 387 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.41 million after two. Even worse, it was down just under 80% in Italy and just over 80% in South Korea earning $367,000 on 338 screens and $206,000 on 293 screens respectively. Its totals of $2.77 million in the former and $2.18 million in the latter are hardly impressive, and well below its domestic run. This is a shocking decline, especially since films tend to have better legs internationally than they have domestically. And while it should earn more on the international marketplace, there's little hope of reaching $200 million worldwide now. More...

International Details - Sex on the Decline

Sex and the City was knocked out of top spot with $23.71 million on 5591 screens in 44 markets for a total of $136.00 million after three weeks of release. Its biggest opening came from the Netherlands, which is a midlevel market at best, but it earned $810,000 on 108 screens over the weekend and $1.23 million in total. This is a very strong opening and the film will have little trouble topping Iron Man in the market and will even come relatively close to Indiana Jones And The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull's total. Additionally, the film earned $4.29 million on 452 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $14.88 million while in the U.K. it pulled in $3.50 million on 470 screens over the weekend lifting its total of $39.80 million after three. More...

International Details - Panda Feeds on International Audiences

Kung Fu Panda started its international run in third place with $20.46 million on 1521 screens in 9 markets. The film reportedly set records in a number of its smaller, Southeast Asian debuts while its brought in an impressive $8.26 million on 821 screens in Russia and $7.84 million on 632 screens in South Korea (including midweek numbers). Next up for the film is Australia and Mexico next weekend while it has major market opening throughout the summer. More...

International Details - Sex not as Popular with International Audiences

Sex and the City made its international debut this past weekend, and while it wasn't able to top the charts like it did domestically, it still managed a fantastic $32.77 million on 3590 screens in 14 markets over the weekend for a total of $37.52 million. Its biggest opening came in the U.K. where it dominated the market with $17.22 million on 460 screens, which is equivalent to an $80 million to $100 million opening here. It also finished first in Germany with $7.41 million on 836 screens. It also did very well in France with $6.12 million on 551 screens and in Italy with $2.74 million on 552 screens, finishing second in both markets. The film opened in Australia and South Korea this past weekend, while it doesn't end its run till late August with Japan and it should reach several major milestones before then. More...

International Details - Narnia Softens

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian slipped 21% during its sophomore stint adding $19.35 million on 3681 screens in 13 markets for a still early total of $51.26 million. This includes a first place, $5.34 million opening on 782 screens over the weekend in Japan, while the film has $7.81 million including midweek numbers. This was below the original's opening in that market of $8.92 million, which is troubling. More troubling news came in Mexico where it was down 51% to $3.05 million on 842 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.58 million while in Russia it was down 55% to $3.03 million on 735 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.54 million after two. More...

Indiana Jones Tops Iron Man\'s Opening (Kind Of)

The first long weekend of the summer has come and gone and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was able to earn the tenth best opening weekend of all time, assuming you don't count Iron Man's Thursday night box office. (Which apparently we are supposed to.) However, while this is good news, the overall box office is still in a slump. Sure, the 3-day total was $172 million, which was 31% higher than last weekend, but it was more than 16% lower than the same weekend last year. Add in Monday and the box office pulled in $219 million, which was 14% lower than last year's 4-day total. Year-to-date, 2008 is now 4% behind last year's pace at $3.51 billion to $3.37 billion. More...

International Details - Narnia is Prince of the International Charts

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian opened in second place on the international charts with $23.31 million on 3037 screens in 12 markets giving it the best per screen average on this week's list. The film only opened in three major markets, but it finished first in all of them. This includes Russia where it managed $6.73 million on 735 screens and Mexico where it earned $6.27 million on 842 and in both cases it opened significantly higher than the original. On the other hand, while it managed first place in South Korea, its opening of $3.42 million on 670 screens over the weekend and a total of $3.90 million is significantly lower than the originals opening of $3.94 million on 262 screens over three days and $5.22 million in total. Next up for the film is its debut in Japan this weekend, while it has major openings all the way till late August. More...

Indiana Jones and the Opening Long Weekend

For the first time in nearly two decades, there is an Indiana Jones movie opening in theaters. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is arguably the most anticipated new release of the year and should crush the competition at the box office. In fact, there are more than a few people who expect records will the broken this weekend. With expectations this high, it might be almost impossible for the film to match them. More...

A Prince Among Kings

The weekend box office was ... mixed, to be generous. The box office leader, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, missed expectations by $30 million, give or take, while the overall box office numbers was also well below expectations at $132 million. At least this was above last weekend's box office tally by about 5%, but below last year's pace by a flabbergasting 27%. Year-to-date 2008 lost even more ground and is now behind last year's pace by nearly 4% $3.21 billion to $3.09 billion. Things need to turn around soon lest the narrative becomes the slumping box office, however, I don't see that happening. More...

International Details - What Happened to Speed Racer?

Like it did domestically, What Happens in Vegas... managed to open in second place on the international charts. It was able to do so in part because it opened in nearly every major market over the past weekend earning solid openings in many of them. This includes second place in both the U.K. ($2.47 million on 398 screens), in France ($2.36 million on 304 screens), and in Australia ($2.33 million on 335). It also placed first in Spain with an impressive $3.77 million on 398 screens and also topped the charts in both Russia and Germany with $3.70 million on 476 screens $1.85 million on 500 screens respectively. Overall it managed to pull in $24.86 million on 3904 screens in 36 markets during its opening weekend on the charts, and should have little difficulty matching its domestic total. More...

Narnia Set to Reign

There's little doubt which film will come out on top this weekend, as The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is the only film opening wide this weekend. The real competition are three other films that opened earlier, sometimes much earlier. The first is the film that started this summer, Iron Man, the second is the biggest hit from the same weekend last year, Shrek the Third, and the final one is the film that started the franchise, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Prince Caspian will be judged a success or a failure not whether or not it can finish first, but how it does in comparison to these other films. More...

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Iron Man Laps Competition

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Weekend Estimates: Speed Racer Stalls

After a huge opening for Iron Man last weekend, the market fell to earth with a bump this time around thanks to a very disappointing debut for Speed Racer. The much-hyped cartoon action movie from the Wachowski brothers only managed to pull in $20.2 million at the box office, according to Warner Bros.' Sunday estimate, and there's a good chance that What Happens in Vegas, with an estimated $20 million so far, will end up in second place for the weekend. Iron Man, meanwhile, put in a very respectable second weekend with an estimated $50.5 million. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of May 9, 2008

Big week for movie releases, which means a big week for websites. However, what this week's list has in quantity, we lose in quality. None have what it takes to become the Weekly Website Winner, and while Speed Racer - Official Site comes the closest, it fails on medical grounds. More...

Go Speed Racer!

Speed Racer tries to maintain 2008's momentum; however, there's little chance it will match Iron Man's opening, or even its sophomore stint. In fact, many pundits don't think it will be able to match Iron Man's opening during its entire run. That said, the combined weight of the new releases and the holds could lift this weekend over last year's total, which is the real goal at this point. More...

Contest - Speeding Toward a Green Future

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Cast

Emile Hirsch    Speed
Christina Ricci    Trixie
John Goodman    Pops Racer
Susan Sarandon    Mom Racer
Matthew Fox    Racer X
Benno Furmann    Inspector Detector
Hiroyuki Sanada    Mr. Musha
Rain Ji-hoon Jung    Taejo Togokhan
Richard Roundtree    Ben Burns
Roger Allam    Mr. Royalton
Paulie Litt    Spritle
Kick Gurry    Sparky
John Benfield    Cruncher Block
Christian Oliver    Snake Oiler
Ralph Herforth    Cannonball Taylor
Scott Porter    Rex
Nan Yu    Horuko
Nayo Wallace    Minx
Melvil Poupaud    Johnny "Goodboy" Jones
Ramon Tikaram    Casa Christo Announcer
Ben Miles    Cass Jones
Peter Fernandez    Local Announcer
Cosma Shiva Hagen    Gennie
Moritz Bleibtreu    Grey Ghost
Karl Yune    Taejo Body Guard
Joon Park    Yakuza Driver
Nicholas Elia    Young Speed
Melissa Holroyd    Speed's Teacher
Ariel Winter    Young Trixie
Gian Ganziano    Everyman Announcer
Harvey Friedman    Harold Ledermann Announcer
Sadao ueda    Japanese Announcer
Valery Tscheplanowa    Russian Announcer
Sami Loris    Italian Announcer
Olivier Marlo    French Announcer
Sean McDonagh    Celtic Announcer
Vinzenz Kiefer    Crew Chief/Sempre Fi-Ber Driver
Mark Zak    Blackjack Benelli
Julia Joyce    Blonde Pack Leader
Clayton Nemrow    Race Announcer
Ricky Watson    Race Commentator
Brandon Robinson    Big Mouth
L. Trey Wilson    Press Man
Lauren Blake    Flight Attendant
Waldemar Kobus    Vinny-Cruncher Thug
Max Hopp    Cruncher-Thug
Julie T. Wallace    Truck Driver
Matthias Redlhammer    Marvin The Cleaning Man
Ecki Hoffmann    Joel Goldman
Stephen Marcus    Security Goon
Art La Fleur    Fuji Announcer
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo    Fuji Announcer
Paul Sirr    Dour Face
Kady Taylor    Queen of Casa Cristo
Junior Sone Enang    Shark Driver
Jana Pallaske    Delila
Dari Maximova    Flying Fox
Werner Daehn    Sempre Fi-Ber Leader
Komi Togbonou    Thor-azine Leader
Leila Rozario    Hydro-cell Driver
Steven Wilson    C.I.B. Security Man
Togo Igawa    Mr. Togokahn
Jonathan Kinsler    Fuji Reporter
Anatole Taubman    Fuji Reporter
Frank Witter    Security Official
Megan Gay    Senior Race Official
Corinne Orr    Grand Prix Female Announcer
Joe Mazza    Nitro
Ludmilla Ismailow    Denise
Milka Duno    Gearbox
Amira Osman    Count Down Tower Woman
Ashley Walters    Prince Kabala
Jens Neuhaus    German Announcer
Sesede Terziyan    Turkish Announcer
Ill-Young Kim    Korean Announcer
Yuriri Naka    Japanese Announcer
Oscar Ortega Sanchez    Spanish Announcer
Yu Fang    Chinese Announcer
Narges Rashidi    Persian Announcer
Andres Cantor    Grand Prix Announcer

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Andy Wachowski
Director    Lana Wachowski
Screenwriter    Lana Wachowski
Screenwriter    Andy Wachowski
Producer    Joel Silver
Producer    Grant Hill
Producer    Andy Wachowski
Producer    Lana Wachowski
Executive Producer    David Lane Seltzer
Executive Producer    Michael Lambert
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Director of Photography    David Tattersall
Production Designer    Owen Paterson
Editor    Zach Staenberg
Editor    Roger Barton
Costume Designer    Kym Barrett
Composer    Michael Giacchino
Co-Producer    Jessica Alan
Co-Producer    Roberto Malerba
Co-Producer    Henning Molfenter
Co-Producer    Carl L. Woebcken
Line Producer    Marcus Loges
Assistant Director    Terry Needham
Assistant Director (Element Unit)    Martin Krauka
Second Unit Director    James McTeigue
Unit Production Manager    Roberto Malerba
Unit Production Manager    Grant Hill
Production Supervisor    Kelly Helstrom-Maxwell
Supervising Art Director    Hugh Bateup
Art Director    Sebastian Krawinkel
Art Director    Marco Bittner Rosser
Art Director    Anja Mueller
Set Decorator    Peter Walpole
Second Unit Camera    Harvey Harrison
Additional Photography    Martin Fuhrer
Additional Photography    Daniele Massaccesi
Costume Supervisor    Barbara Jager
Costume Supervisor    Lisa Lovaas
Sound Mixer    Ivan Sharrock
Sound Mixer-Element Unit    Matthias Richter
Sound Mixer-Splinter Unit    Felix Andriessens
Re-recording Mixer    John Reitz
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Re-recording Mixer    Rick Kline
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Ozanich
Supervising Sound Editor    Dane A. Davis
Co-Supervising Sound Editor    William R. Dean
Sound Effects Editor    David A. Whittaker
Sound Effects Editor    A.D. Yerys
Sound Effects Editor    Bryan Watkins
Sound Designer    Dane A. Davis
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Stephanie Flack
Music Editor    Joe E. Rand
Music Editor    Stephen M. Davis
Make-up and Hair Designer    Jeremy Woodhead
Casting Director    Lora Kennedy
Casting Director    Lucinda Syson
Casting Director    Anja Dihrberg
Supervising Stunt Coordinator    Chad Stahelski
Stunt Coordinator    David Leitch
Stunt Coordinator    Antje "Angie" Rau

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/09 3 $6,192,227   3,606 $1,717   $6,192,227 1
2008/05/10 3 $7,332,365 +18% 3,606 $2,033   $13,524,592 2
2008/05/11 3 $5,036,745 -31% 3,606 $1,397   $18,561,337 3
2008/05/12 3 $1,074,257 -79% 3,606 $298   $19,635,594 4
2008/05/13 3 $912,360 -15% 3,606 $253   $20,547,954 5
2008/05/14 3 $816,216 -11% 3,606 $226   $21,364,170 6
2008/05/15 3 $802,444 -2% 3,606 $223   $22,166,614 7
2008/05/16 4 $2,002,323 +150% 3,606 $555   $24,168,937 8
2008/05/17 4 $3,448,419 +72% 3,606 $956   $27,617,356 9
2008/05/18 4 $2,666,717 -23% 3,606 $740   $30,284,073 10
2008/05/19 4 $667,156 -75% 3,606 $185   $30,951,229 11
2008/05/20 4 $484,368 -27% 3,606 $134   $31,435,597 12
2008/05/21 5 $422,210 -13% 3,606 $117   $31,857,807 13
2008/05/22 6 $355,000 -16% 3,606 $98   $32,213,007 14
2008/05/23 6 $994,501 +180% 3,112 $320   $33,207,501 15
2008/05/24 5 $1,589,498 +60% 3,112 $511   $34,796,999 16
2008/05/25 5 $1,358,757 -15% 3,112 $437   $36,155,756 17
2008/05/26 5 $1,329,446 -2% 3,112 $427   $37,485,202 18
2008/05/27 7 $322,250 -76% 3,112 $104   $37,807,452 19
2008/05/28 7 $301,147 -7% 3,112 $97   $38,108,599 20
2008/05/29 6 $313,404 +4% 3,112 $101   $38,422,003 21
2008/05/30 9 $527,426 +68% 2,070 $255   $38,949,429 22
2008/05/31 7 $1,029,525 +95% 2,070 $497   $39,978,954 23
2008/06/01 7 $702,080 -32% 2,070 $339   $40,681,034 24
2008/06/02 8 $212,801 -70% 2,070 $103   $40,893,835 25
2008/06/03 9 $233,202 +10% 2,070 $113   $41,127,037 26
2008/06/04 9 $258,218 +11% 2,070 $125   $41,385,255 27
2008/06/05 8 $266,089 +3% 2,070 $129   $41,651,344 28
2008/06/06 13 $113,192 -57% 855 $132   $41,764,536 29
2008/06/07 - $167,480 +48% 855 $196   $41,932,016 30
2008/06/08 - $146,875 -12% 855 $172   $42,078,891 31
2008/06/09 12 $59,381 -60% 855 $69   $42,138,272 32
2008/06/10 12 $60,170 +1% 855 $70   $42,198,442 33
2008/06/11 12 $61,975 +3% 855 $72   $42,256,754 34
2008/06/12 11 $64,373 +4% 855 $75   $42,321,127 35
2008/06/13 - $48,579 -25% 260 $187   $42,369,706 36
2008/06/14 - $79,451 +64% 260 $306   $42,449,157 37
2008/06/15 - $55,355 -30% 260 $213   $42,504,512 38
2008/06/16 16 $20,038 -64% 260 $77   $42,524,550 39
2008/06/17 - $20,446 +2% 260 $79   $42,544,996 40
2008/06/18 - $19,646 -4% 260 $76   $42,564,642 41
2008/06/19 - $20,611 +5% 260 $79   $42,585,253 42
2008/06/20 - $42,800 +108% 151 $283   $42,628,053 43
2008/06/21 - $70,252 +64% 151 $465   $42,698,305 44
2008/07/04 - $47,684   293 $163   $43,042,265 57
2008/07/05 - $88,167 +85% 293 $301   $43,130,432 58
2008/07/06 - $66,400 -25% 293 $227   $43,196,832 59
2008/07/07 - $38,047 -43% 293 $130   $43,234,879 60
2008/07/08 - $46,752 +23% 293 $160   $43,281,631 61
2008/07/09 - $41,592 -11% 293 $142   $43,323,223 62
2008/07/10 - $42,008 +1% 293 $143   $43,365,231 63
2008/07/11 - $49,433 +18% 247 $200   $43,414,664 64
2008/07/12 - $66,090 +34% 247 $268   $43,480,754 65
2008/07/13 - $44,856 -32% 247 $182   $43,525,610 66
2008/07/14 - $23,293 -48% 247 $94   $43,548,903 67
2008/07/15 - $27,457 +18% 247 $111   $43,576,360 68
2008/07/16 - $25,383 -8% 247 $103   $43,601,743 69
2008/07/17 - $25,934 +2% 247 $105   $43,627,677 70
2008/07/18 - $36,277 +40% 200 $181   $43,663,954 71
2008/07/19 - $45,120 +24% 200 $226   $43,709,074 72
2008/07/20 - $31,301 -31% 200 $157   $43,740,375 73
2008/07/21 - $16,643 -47% 200 $83   $43,757,018 74
2008/07/22 - $20,834 +25% 200 $104   $43,777,852 75
2008/07/23 - $20,037 -4% 200 $100   $43,797,889 76
2008/07/24 - $21,401 +7% 200 $107   $43,819,290 77
2008/07/25 - $15,229 -29% 128 $119   $43,834,519 78
2008/07/26 - $19,631 +29% 128 $153   $43,854,150 79
2008/07/27 - $14,463 -26% 128 $113   $43,868,613 80
2008/07/28 - $7,111 -51% 128 $56   $43,875,724 81
2008/07/29 - $9,678 +36% 128 $76   $43,885,402 82
2008/07/30 - $11,522 +19% 128 $90   $43,896,924 83
2008/07/31 - $9,347 -19% 128 $73   $43,906,271 84
2008/08/01 - $6,833 -27% 70 $98   $43,913,104 85
2008/08/02 - $9,452 +38% 70 $135   $43,922,556 86
2008/08/03 - $6,785 -28% 70 $97   $43,929,341 87
2008/08/04 - $3,396 -50% 70 $49   $43,932,737 88
2008/08/05 - $4,317 +27% 70 $62   $43,937,054 89
2008/08/06 - $4,313 n/c 70 $62   $43,941,367 90
2008/08/07 - $4,399 +2% 70 $63   $43,945,766 91

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/05/09 3 $18,561,337   3,606 $5,147   $18,561,337 3
2008/05/16 4 $8,117,459 -56% 3,606 $2,251   $30,284,073 10
2008/05/23 5 $3,942,756 -51% 3,112 $1,267   $36,152,093 17
2008/05/30 7 $2,259,031 -43% 2,070 $1,091   $40,677,371 24
2008/06/06 14 $427,547 -81% 855 $500   $42,075,228 31
2008/06/13 16 $183,385 -57% 260 $705   $42,504,512 38
2008/06/20 19 $152,674 -17% 151 $1,011   $42,737,927 45
2008/06/27 32 $81,016 -47% 112 $723   $42,888,276 52
2008/07/04 19 $202,251 +150% 293 $690   $43,196,832 59
2008/07/11 27 $160,379 -21% 247 $649   $43,525,610 66
2008/07/18 30 $112,698 -30% 200 $563   $43,740,375 73
2008/07/25 40 $49,323 -56% 128 $385   $43,868,613 80
2008/08/01 58 $23,070 -53% 70 $330   $43,929,341 87

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/21/20081390,191 390,191$6,268,301$6,268,3011
9/28/20083154,450-60% 544,641$2,493,410$8,761,7112
10/5/2008577,658-50% 622,299$1,258,300$10,020,0123
10/12/20081147,139-39% 669,438$767,107$10,787,1194
10/19/20081631,881-32% 701,319$522,498$11,309,6165
10/26/20082622,840-28% 724,159$375,629$11,685,2456

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