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The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $71,195,053Details
International Box Office $91,644,614
Worldwide Box Office $162,839,667
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $31,044,041 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $31,044,041
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
80% - Certified Fresh
Audience
63% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$92,500,000
Domestic Releases: February 14th, 2008 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
June 24th, 2008 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: June 24th, 2008 by Paramount Home Video, released as Spiderwick Chronicles, The
MPAA Rating: PG for scary creature action and violence, peril and some thematic elements
Running Time: 96 minutes
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Keywords: Secret Magic, Talking Animals, Sword & Sorcerer, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Mark Canton
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 931 $212,364 May 2, 2008 81
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,101 $212,480 Apr 25, 2008 74
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,286 $230,635 Apr 18, 2008 67
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,255 $327,918 Apr 11, 2008 60
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,953 $221,841 Apr 4, 2008 53
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,350 $753,637 Mar 28, 2008 46
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,447 $1,205,418 Mar 21, 2008 39
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,318 $2,335,238 Mar 14, 2008 32
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 969 $4,712,945 Mar 7, 2008 25
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 694 $8,700,378 Feb 29, 2008 18
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 835 $52,292,064 Feb 29, 2008 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 712 $13,100,192 Feb 22, 2008 11
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 308 $5,736,479 Feb 18, 2008 5
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 943 $6,512,718 Feb 17, 2008 4
Biggest February Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 98 $19,004,058 Feb 15, 2008 4
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 906 $19,004,058 Feb 15, 2008 4
Widest Opening Weekend 132 3,847 Feb 15, 2008 4
Biggest February Day at the Domestic Box Office 174 $8,057,075 Feb 16, 2008 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,264 $8,057,075 Feb 16, 2008 3

Cast

   Jared/Simon
Mary-Louise Parker    Helen
Nick Nolte    Mulgrath
Joan Plowright    Aunt Lucinda
David Strathairn    Arthur Spiderwick
Seth Rogen    Hogsqueal
Martin Short    Thimbletack
Sarah Bolger    Mallory
Jordy Benattar    Young Lucinda
Tod Fennell    Helen's Co-Worker
Mariah Inger    Nurse
Jeremy Lavalley    Tow Truck Driver
Lise Durocher-Viens    Mrs. Spiderwick
Tyler Patrick Jones    Additional Performer
Kyle Switzer    Additional Performer

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    David Berenbaum
Screenwriter    Karey Kirkpatrick
Screenwriter    John Sayles
Story Creator    Tony DiTerlizzi
Story Creator    Holly Black
Producer    Mark Canton
Producer    Larry Franco
Producer    Ellen Goldsmith-Vein
Producer    Karey Kirkpatrick
Executive Producer    Julia Pistor
Executive Producer    Tony DiTerlizzi
Executive Producer    Holly Black
Director of Photography    Caleb Deschanel
Production Designer    James Bissell
Editor    Michael Kahn
Costume Designer    Joanna Johnston
Composer    James Horner
Visual Effects Designer    Tippett Studio
Visual Effects Designer    Industrial Light and Magic
Co-Producer    Tom Peitzman
Co-Producer    Steve Barnett
Co-Producer    Julie Kane-Ritsch
Co-Producer    Josette Perrotta
Associate Producer    Cheryl A. Tkach
Associate Producer    Silenn Thomas
Assistant Director    Benjamin Rosenberg
Unit Production Manager    David Witz
Production Manager    Josette Perrotta
Production Designer    Ed Verreaux
Supervising Art Director    Isabelle Guay
Art Director    Jean-Pierre Paquet
Art Director    David Gaucher
Art Director    Robert Parle
Art Director    Christa Munro
Art Director    Greg Papalia
Art Director    Caty Maxey
Set Decorator    Jan Pascale
Set Decorator    Paul Hotte
Set Decorator    Martine Kazemirchuk
Set Decorator    Phillippe Lord
Set Decorator    Daniel Hamelin
Set Decorator    Brana Rosenfeld
Additional Photography    Hans Bjerno
Costume Designer    Odette Gadoury
Costume Supervisor    Mary Catherine Lane
Additional Editor    Mark Bourgeois
Sound Mixer    Louis Marion
Sound Mixer    Thomas Causey
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Sound Editor    Richard L. Anderson
Sound Editor    George Simpson
Sound Editor    Donald Flick
Sound Editor    Michael Chock
Sound Editor    Teresa Eckton
Sound Editor    Elliott Koretz
Sound Effects Editor    Piero Mura
Sound Designer    Mark Mangini
Dialogue Editor    Christopher T. Welch
Dialogue Editor    Julie Feiner
Dialogue Editor    Avram Gold
Dialogue Editor    Val Kuklowsky
Music Editor    Jim Henrikson
Music Editor    Dick Bernstein
Make up    Annick Chartier
Make up    Felicity Bowring
Hairstylist    Rejean Goderre
Hairstylist    Chantal Bergeron
Hairstylist    Laurel E. Kelly
Special Make-up Effects    Kevin Yagher
Casting Director    Marci Liroff
Casting Director    Robin D. Cook
Stunt Coordinator    Dave McKeown
Stunt Coordinator    Joe Box
Stunt Coordinator    Steve Blalock

DVD Sales - Meet the New Number One

July 15th, 2008

Meet the Browns led all new releases on its way to capturing the number one spot on this week's sales chart. However, its opening week sales of $8.75 million from 474,000 units were not strong to say the least and were behind the $10.64 million in sales generated by Vantage Point. It is important to note that the latter film sold only 407,000 units and only earned more thanks to a higher per unit price. More...

DVD Sales - 10,000 Definitely Tops the Charts

July 8th, 2008

There were only five new releases to chart this week, but three of them occupied the top three spots. That included 10,000 B.C., which opened with 892,000 units sold and $15.54 million in revenue. More...

DVD Rentals - 10,000 Brings in the Cash

July 8th, 2008

It was a new release, 10,000 B.C., that led the way on the rental chart beating last week's number one film, Fool's Gold, by a health margin. More...

DVD Releases for July 8, 2008

July 7th, 2008

Another week without a first-run release that deserves serious consideration for the DVD Pick of the Week award. This means we are left looking at special editions, limited releases, and TV on DVD sets for the best of the week. Sadly there are not a lot of contenders here either. Batman Begins on Blu-ray Standard Edition or Limited Edition is certainly worth picking up, but it is mostly just a port of the HD DVD release and I was hoping for more (like having the extras in High Definition). The Monk / Psych two-pack offers two great shows for a reasonable price, but I'm not sure it's award-worthy. The best this week has to offer is Stargate Atlantis - Season Four - Buy from Amazon, and it is this week's DVD Pick of the Week. More...

DVD Releases for June 24, 2008

June 23rd, 2008

There was a sharp drop-off in the number of releases this week, but while the numbers were down overall, there were several releases that I can enthusiastically recommend: Charlie Bartlett - Buy from Amazon, Definitely, Maybe - Buy from Amazon, Futurama - The Beast with a Billion Backs - Buy from Amazon, The Hammer - Buy from Amazon, and In Bruges - Buy from Amazon. However, while all those movies, and a few others, are worth picking up, the best of the best is Persepolis and either the DVD or the Blu-ray is worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

International Details - Forbidden Falls from the Top

May 11th, 2008

The release of Iron Man hit The Forbidden Kingdom knocking it into second place with $9.63 million on 2062 screens in 11 markets for a total of $40.51 million. The film had no major openings, but it did make $1.10 million on 398 screens over the weekend in South Korea for a total of $5.63 million. More...

International Details - No Foolin'

May 4th, 2008

Fool's Gold opened in a trio of major markets and that helped the film climb into sixth place with $4.93 million on 1809 screens in 39 markets for a total of $26.30 million. The film did relatively well in Spain with $1.03 million on 272 screens and in Germany with $934,000 on 254 screens while earning second place in both markets. On the other hand, it bombed in Italy with just $516,000 on 232 screens landing in sixth place. Overall, it was better than the film's average so far, but not nearly enough to recover from its previous troubles. It should hit $100 million worldwide this weekend, but that's not much compared to its domestic run, nor compared to its production budget. More...

International Top Five - 21 is Number One

April 23rd, 2008

During its second weekend of release, 21 climbed into first place with $10.02 million on 1,731 screens in 21 markets for a total of $21.17 million after two. This includes a first place, $2.22 million opening on 277 screens in Russia, and a third place, $1.14 million opening on 247 screens in Italy. Meanwhile, it was able to remain in first place in the U.K. with $2.01 million on 356 screens over the weekend and $6.77 million in total and it also earned a second first place placing in Spain with $1.44 million on 255 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.77 million. This might be the last time 21 will top the charts, as the rest of its release dates are more spread out, while the summer blockbusters are just around the corner. More...

International Details - Island Scores Solid Sixth in Debut

April 20th, 2008

Nim's Island made its first push onto the international chart landing in sixth place with $4.53 million on 970 screens in 7 markets for a very early total of $5.64 million. The film opened in first place in Italy with $1.71 million on 304 screens while it expanded into fourth place in Australia with $780,000 on 196 screens over the weekend for a total of $1.69 million after two. The film also made its debut in France with $1.65 million on 399 screens, which was only enough for fifth place. Nim's Island is using a graduated release schedule and doesn't have a major opening for the rest of the month. On the other hand, it has major openings practically every month right through till the end of summer. More...

International Top Five - Horton Holds Off International Offerings

April 9th, 2008

Three of the top five films on the international box office chart were not American this weekend, but Horton Hears A Who was able to remain in first place. Over the weekend, it earned $10.72 million on 5,617 screens in 51 markets for a total of $90.36 million. The film opened in third place in France with $3.22 million on 708 screens, which was only an average opening. The film is on track to hit $100 million before it opens in Italy, South Korea, and Japan. More...

International Top Five - Horton Will Be Heard, and Seen

April 2nd, 2008

Despite falling nearly 50%, Horton Hears A Who rose to first place on the international charts with $13.02 million 5,879 screens in 53 markets for a total of $75.65 million. The film had no major, or even mid-level openings this week, but it held very well in Australia to climb into first place with $1.46 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.16 million after two. On the other hand, it plummeted in the U.K., down 68% to $1.87 million on 504 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.71 million after two. The film has yet to open in France, Italy, South Korea, and Japan, and should have little trouble reaching $100 million before it is done. This is low compared to its domestic run so far. However, Dr. Seuss is not as popular internationally as he is in North America, so this is expected. In fact, overall the film has done better than expected. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Breaks the Century Mark

March 26th, 2008

Not only did 10,000 B.C. remain in first place on the international charts, it also climbed above $100 million during its run. The film added $26.81 million over the weekend on 7337 screens in 57 markets for a total of $117.82 million. This includes openings in China where the movie earned second place with $3.58 million on 1,000 screens, including 537 digital ones. This broke records for widest release in China and the widest digital release on the international scene. However, a glut of new releases pushed the film from first to fifth in the U.K. with $2.06 million on 430 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.55 million. Given the film's hefty production budget and its likely P&A budget, it would need to make $300 million worldwide to have a shot at showing a profit before the home market. This is likely out of the question. On the other hand, to show a profit after the home market, it would only need to make $200 million worldwide. This has likely already happened. More...

International Details - Men Still Not Getting Old

March 23rd, 2008

No Country For Old Men remained in sixth place with $4.92 million on 1660 screens in 44 markets for a total of $68.25 million. The film ended its international run in Japan where it earned $492,000 on 41, but it missed the top ten there. Perhaps it can expand there. More...

International Details - Dozens of Countries for Old Men

March 16th, 2008

No Country For Old Men slipped out of the top five but still added $7.07 million on 1881 screens in 47 markets for a total of $60.56 million. It is on track to top its domestic box office shortly, which would give it $150 million worldwide. More...

Semi-Pro Throws Up an Air Ball

March 4th, 2008

Good news, 2008 is still ahead of 2007's pace by a substantial margin. Bad news, the lead is shrinking. Over the past three days, overall box office earnings were $97 million, which was 12% lower than last weekend. More importantly it was 22% lower than the same weekend last year. 2008 still has an 8% lead over last year, $1.54 billion to $1.43 billion, but at this pace, that lead won't last until the end of the month. More...

The Pros of Cons of the Movie Business

February 28th, 2008

Wide releases are rather limited this week with only one film debuting in more than 3,000 theaters while the other two are opening in barely more than 1,000 each. Overall, the new releases do have a lot more strength than last weekend, but not compared to last year. In fact, all three wide releases combined might not earn as much this weekend as Wild Hogs opened with last year, which is bad news for a market that is starting to slip in the year-to-year race. More...

Point has the (Ad)Vantage

February 25th, 2008

It was a rather predictable weekend with none of the films missing or beating expectations by huge margins. This led to $110 million in overall box office takings, which was down 21% from last weekend and 6% from the same weekend last year. It is not time to panic as 2008 is still leading 2007, but after a couple weeks of declines, the margin has been cut to 9%. More...

International Details - Rambo Charges for the Top

February 24th, 2008

Rambo climbed five spots just missing the top five with $6.96 million on 1989 screens in 25 markets for a total of $25.63 million. The film opened in second place in Germany with $2.78 million 405 screens while it managed third in Mexico with $704,000 on 300. Next up is the U.K., Australia, and Italy, where it opens this weekend, while it enters South Korea next weekend. More...

Point has a Clear View of First Place

February 21st, 2008

There's only one truly wide release this week, but there are three other films aiming for a spot in the top ten. This means there's not much of a battle for top spot, and there will likely be a sizable drop-off at the box office. And even with last year showing some weakness during the weekend, it is not likely that 2008 will get back to its winning ways. More...

Jumping to the Top

February 20th, 2008

The streak is over. For the first time in a while we saw decline on the year-to-year comparison. In fact, it wasn't even close as the overall box office earned $136 million over three days and $165 million over four. In both cases this represents double-digit declines, but 2008 is still leading 2007 by 11%, $1.29 billion to $1.16 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jumper Wins Battle of the Niches

February 17th, 2008

The combination of Valentine's Day and Presidents' Day gave us a de facto five day weekend, and gave the studios a reason to release movies that cater to practically every audience. Teenage boys seem to have won the battle of the niches, with Jumper winning the 3-day part of the weekend with $27.2 million, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Teenage girls came in second, with Step Up 2 the Streets making about $19.7 million, enough to put family movie The Spiderwick Chronicles in 3rd place with $19.1 million. Spiderwick will have the consolation of winning the 5-day weekend race for 2nd place though, as it had a better day on Thursday, and should win larger audiences on Monday's holiday. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of February 15, 2008

February 16th, 2008

The year has been slow for websites with some weeks having no sites at all that were worthy of awards. This makes it frustrating that week we have two sites that could have taken home the Weekly Website Award; it's either feast or famine. But there can be only one winner and this week it is The Spiderwick Chronicles - Official Site. More...

Falling in Love with Presidents' Day

February 14th, 2008

It's Valentine's Day today and President's Day on Monday, so it is a de facto 5-day long weekend. There are four wide releases this week: a romantic comedy for couples, a fantasy adventure film for families, a dance film for teenage girls, and a sci-fi special effects film for teenage boys. So there really is something for everyone. Unless you are like me, single, and are sick of having romance thrust at me. I can't even buy some Valentine chocolate and wallow cause I'm still on a diet, so this year I hate Valentine's Day even more than usual. ... What? More...

2008 Preview: February

February 1st, 2008

2008 got off to a faster than expected start with January helping the year to a 17.5% lead over 2007. It seems unlikely that February will be able to keep up that pace, but there are still enough releases that most avid moviegoers should find something to get excited about. Granted, this is partially due to the combination of the lead year and February 29th landing on a Friday. This means we have five weekends in February this year, something that only happens approximately once every 28 years, which explains the number of films. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - January 13, 2008

January 13th, 2008

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for The Spiderwick Chronicles, Doomsday, Coraline and more! More...

Cast Updates - December 27, 2007

December 27th, 2007

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Fly Me To the Moon, Justice League, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and more! More...

IMAX - 3-D Stands for Dollars, Dollars, Dollars

November 30th, 2007

While Beowulf's success on the big screen has been muted, it's numbers on the really big screen have broken records. The film opened with $3.58 million on 84 IMAX screens, which was a record for highest percentage of the total opening weekend for an IMAX release. During its second weekend of release, the film added $2.95 million on 84 screens, this time a record for sophomore stint for a Hollywood IMAX release. Overall, Beowulf has brought in a total of $8.8 million domestically and $11.1 million worldwide, proving that 3-D is on the verge of making a full comeback and returning to the glory days not seen since drive-ins dotted the landscape. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 8 - July 14, 2007

July 14th, 2007

One of the last summer blockbusters launched its full site this week. This means two things, The Bourne Ultimatum - Official Site is the clear winner of the weekly website award. And secondly, there will likely be a slowdown in top-notch sites as we approach the dog days of summer, and the even worse days of September. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - November 12, 2006

November 12th, 2006

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Halloween, Saw 4, The Incredible Hulk and more. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - September 24, 2006

September 24th, 2006

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Horton Hears a Who, Black Snake Moan and more. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/15 2 $19,004,058   3,847 $4,940   $21,379,938 4
2008/02/22 2 $13,100,192 -31% 3,847 $3,405   $44,076,043 11
2008/02/29 3 $8,700,378 -34% 3,654 $2,381   $55,028,942 18
2008/03/07 6 $4,712,945 -46% 3,246 $1,452   $61,633,488 25
2008/03/14 10 $2,335,238 -50% 2,407 $970   $65,376,031 32
2008/03/21 14 $1,205,418 -48% 1,226 $983   $67,793,487 39
2008/03/28 17 $753,637 -37% 659 $1,144   $69,399,646 46
2008/04/04 28 $221,841 -71% 370 $600   $69,872,230 53
2008/04/11 26 $327,918 +48% 407 $806   $70,278,709 60
2008/04/18 28 $230,635 -30% 370 $623   $70,601,440 67
2008/04/25 29 $212,480 -8% 326 $652   $70,877,707 74
2008/05/02 22 $212,364 n/c 287 $740   $71,148,699 81

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/14 5 $2,375,880   3,847 $618   $2,375,880 1
2008/02/15 3 $4,434,265 +87% 3,847 $1,153   $6,810,145 2
2008/02/16 2 $8,057,075 +82% 3,847 $2,094   $14,867,220 3
2008/02/17 2 $6,512,718 -19% 3,847 $1,693   $21,379,938 4
2008/02/18 1 $5,736,479 -12% 3,847 $1,491   $27,116,417 5
2008/02/19 2 $1,405,135 -76% 3,847 $365   $28,521,552 6
2008/02/20 2 $1,216,178 -13% 3,847 $316   $29,737,730 7
2008/02/21 2 $1,238,121 +2% 3,847 $322   $30,975,851 8
2008/02/22 4 $2,963,021 +139% 3,847 $770   $33,938,872 9
2008/02/23 2 $6,042,362 +104% 3,847 $1,571   $39,981,234 10
2008/02/24 2 $4,094,809 -32% 3,847 $1,064   $44,076,043 11
2008/02/25 3 $569,512 -86% 3,847 $148   $44,645,555 12
2008/02/26 3 $542,469 -5% 3,847 $141   $45,188,024 13
2008/02/27 3 $580,201 +7% 3,847 $151   $45,768,225 14
2008/02/28 3 $560,339 -3% 3,847 $146   $46,328,564 15
2008/02/29 5 $1,877,502 +235% 3,654 $514   $48,206,066 16
2008/03/01 3 $4,085,998 +118% 3,654 $1,118   $52,292,064 17
2008/03/02 3 $2,736,878 -33% 3,654 $749   $55,028,942 18
2008/03/03 5 $514,778 -81% 3,654 $141   $55,543,720 19
2008/03/04 5 $480,066 -7% 3,654 $131   $56,023,786 20
2008/03/05 5 $454,975 -5% 3,654 $125   $56,478,761 21
2008/03/06 5 $441,782 -3% 3,654 $121   $56,920,543 22
2008/03/07 8 $1,091,921 +147% 3,246 $336   $58,012,464 23
2008/03/08 6 $2,235,008 +105% 3,246 $689   $60,247,472 24
2008/03/09 6 $1,386,016 -38% 3,246 $427   $61,633,488 25
2008/03/10 7 $343,130 -75% 3,246 $106   $61,976,618 26
2008/03/11 7 $365,845 +7% 3,246 $113   $62,342,463 27
2008/03/12 7 $332,641 -9% 3,246 $102   $62,675,104 28
2008/03/13 7 $365,689 +10% 3,246 $113   $63,040,793 29
2008/03/14 11 $582,042 +59% 2,407 $242   $63,622,835 30
2008/03/15 - $1,022,981 +76% 2,407 $425   $64,645,816 31
2008/03/16 9 $730,215 -29% 2,407 $303   $65,376,031 32
2008/03/17 9 $270,587 -63% 2,407 $112   $65,646,618 33
2008/03/18 10 $295,539 +9% 2,407 $123   $65,942,157 34
2008/03/19 11 $295,374 n/c 2,407 $123   $66,237,531 35
2008/03/20 10 $350,538 +19% 2,407 $146   $66,588,069 36
2008/03/21 - $461,562 +32% 1,226 $376   $67,049,631 37
2008/03/22 - $425,448 -8% 1,226 $347   $67,475,079 38
2008/03/23 - $318,408 -25% 1,226 $260   $67,793,487 39
2008/03/24 - $275,565 -13% 1,226 $225   $68,069,052 40
2008/03/25 - $192,407 -30% 1,226 $157   $68,261,459 41
2008/03/26 - $187,825 -2% 1,226 $153   $68,449,284 42
2008/03/27 - $196,725 +5% 1,226 $160   $68,646,009 43
2008/03/28 - $208,837 +6% 659 $317   $68,854,846 44
2008/03/29 - $315,754 +51% 659 $479   $69,170,600 45
2008/03/30 - $229,046 -27% 659 $348   $69,399,646 46
2008/03/31 - $66,067 -71% 659 $100   $69,465,713 47
2008/04/01 - $59,834 -9% 659 $91   $69,525,547 48
2008/04/02 - $57,493 -4% 659 $87   $69,583,040 49
2008/04/03 - $67,349 +17% 659 $102   $69,650,389 50
2008/04/04 - $56,874 -16% 370 $154   $69,707,263 51
2008/04/05 - $100,414 +77% 370 $271   $69,807,677 52
2008/04/06 - $64,553 -36% 370 $174   $69,872,230 53
2008/04/07 - $20,370 -68% 370 $55   $69,892,600 54
2008/04/08 - $18,215 -11% 370 $49   $69,910,815 55
2008/04/09 - $19,741 +8% 370 $53   $69,930,556 56
2008/04/10 - $20,235 +3% 370 $55   $69,950,791 57
2008/04/11 - $81,212 +301% 407 $200   $70,032,003 58
2008/04/12 - $148,724 +83% 407 $365   $70,180,727 59
2008/04/13 - $97,982 -34% 407 $241   $70,278,709 60
2008/04/14 - $22,698 -77% 407 $56   $70,301,407 61
2008/04/15 - $23,002 +1% 407 $57   $70,324,409 62
2008/04/16 - $23,294 +1% 407 $57   $70,347,703 63
2008/04/17 - $23,102 -1% 407 $57   $70,370,805 64
2008/04/18 - $56,465 +144% 370 $153   $70,427,270 65
2008/04/19 - $107,973 +91% 370 $292   $70,535,243 66
2008/04/20 - $66,197 -39% 370 $179   $70,601,440 67
2008/04/21 - $16,336 -75% 370 $44   $70,617,776 68
2008/04/22 - $15,903 -3% 370 $43   $70,633,679 69
2008/04/23 - $14,253 -10% 370 $39   $70,647,932 70
2008/04/24 - $17,295 +21% 370 $47   $70,665,227 71
2008/04/25 - $52,893 +206% 326 $162   $70,718,120 72
2008/04/26 - $94,421 +79% 326 $290   $70,812,541 73
2008/04/27 - $65,166 -31% 326 $200   $70,877,707 74
2008/04/28 - $13,666 -79% 326 $42   $70,891,373 75
2008/04/29 - $16,485 +21% 326 $51   $70,907,858 76
2008/04/30 - $13,604 -17% 326 $42   $70,921,462 77
2008/05/01 - $14,873 +9% 326 $46   $70,936,335 78
2008/05/02 - $63,172 +325% 287 $220   $70,999,507 79
2008/05/03 - $100,965 +60% 287 $352   $71,100,472 80
2008/05/04 - $48,227 -52% 287 $168   $71,148,699 81
2008/05/05 - $9,426 -80% 287 $33   $71,158,125 82
2008/05/06 - $10,251 +9% 287 $36   $71,168,376 83
2008/05/07 - $11,217 +9% 287 $39   $71,179,593 84
2008/05/08 - $15,460 +38% 287 $54   $71,195,053 85

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/08 19 $2,375,880   3,847 $618   $2,375,880 1
2008/02/15 2 $28,599,971 +1,104% 3,847 $7,434   $30,975,851 8
2008/02/22 3 $15,352,713 -46% 3,847 $3,991   $46,328,564 15
2008/02/29 4 $10,591,979 -31% 3,654 $2,899   $56,920,543 22
2008/03/07 6 $6,120,250 -42% 3,246 $1,885   $63,040,793 29
2008/03/14 10 $3,547,276 -42% 2,407 $1,474   $66,588,069 36
2008/03/21 14 $2,057,940 -42% 1,226 $1,679   $68,646,009 43
2008/03/28 18 $1,004,380 -51% 659 $1,524   $69,650,389 50
2008/04/04 28 $300,402 -70% 370 $812   $69,950,791 57
2008/04/11 28 $420,014 +40% 407 $1,032   $70,370,805 64
2008/04/18 27 $294,422 -30% 370 $796   $70,665,227 71
2008/04/25 30 $271,108 -8% 326 $832   $70,936,335 78
2008/05/02 25 $258,718 -5% 287 $901   $71,195,053 85

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/29/20082715,706 715,706$12,420,433$12,420,4331
7/6/20084191,336-73% 907,042$3,687,561$16,107,9952
7/13/20087116,087-39% 1,023,129$2,229,985$18,337,9803
7/20/20081268,154-41% 1,091,283$1,315,079$19,653,0594
7/27/20081355,228-19% 1,146,511$1,062,200$20,715,2595
8/3/20081548,698-12% 1,195,209$940,110$21,655,3696
8/10/20082436,653-25% 1,231,862$706,061$22,361,4307
8/17/20082730,016-18% 1,261,878$482,321$22,843,7518
8/24/20083030,055n/c1,291,933$581,832$23,425,5839
8/31/20082925,275-16% 1,317,208$488,798$23,914,38110

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