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SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $85,416,609Details
International Box Office $56,634,646
Worldwide Box Office $142,051,255
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
68% - Fresh
Audience
77% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 19th, 2004 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures, released as SpongeBob SquarePants
Video Release: March 1st, 2014 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild crude humor
Running Time: 88 minutes
Franchise: SpongeBob SquarePants
Comparisons: vs. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
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Source:Based on TV
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Hand Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Nickelodeon Films, United Plankton Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,557 $2,949 Mar 18, 2005 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,316 $15,212 Mar 11, 2005 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,008 $61,830 Mar 4, 2005 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 962 $96,476 Feb 25, 2005 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 751 $184,795 Feb 18, 2005 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 723 $232,657 Feb 11, 2005 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 765 $268,490 Feb 4, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 927 $265,000 Jan 28, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,649 $152,867 Jan 21, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,283 $317,906 Jan 14, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 915 $858,303 Jan 7, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 991 $1,246,327 Dec 31, 2004 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,906 $714,503 Dec 24, 2004 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,480 $2,002,903 Dec 17, 2004 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,070 $4,357,011 Dec 10, 2004 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 843 $7,655,872 Dec 3, 2004 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 427 $17,844,331 Nov 26, 2004 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 451 $54,786,526 Nov 26, 2004 9
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 594 $8,687,409 Nov 21, 2004 3
Biggest November Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 85 $32,018,216 Nov 19, 2004 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 415 $32,018,216 Nov 19, 2004 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 590 $32,018,216 Nov 19, 2004 3
Widest Opening Weekend 553 3,212 Nov 19, 2004 3
Biggest November Day at the Domestic Box Office 162 $13,771,055 Nov 20, 2004 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 474 $13,771,055 Nov 20, 2004 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 731 $9,400,000 Nov 19, 2004 1

Cast

Tom Kenny    SpongeBob SquarePants/Narrator/Gary/Clay/Tough Fish/Twin/Houston
Bill Fagerbakke    Patrick Star/Fish/Chum Customer/Local Fish
Clancy Brown    Mr. Krabs/Fish Cop#2
Rodger Bumpass    Squidward Tentacles/Fish
Mr. Lawrence    Plankton/Fish/Attendant (Lloyd)
Alec Baldwin    Dennis
David Hasselhoff    Himself
Scarlett Johansson    Mindy
Jeffrey Tambor    King Neptune
Carolyn Lawrence    Sandy Cheeks
Thomas F. Wilson    Fish, Tough Fish (Victor)
Kath Soucie    Kid Fish#1/Kid Fish#2/Fish Cop Woman
Jill Talley    Karen (The Computer Wife)/Old Lady
Mary Jo Catlett    Mrs. Puff
Dee Bradley Baker    Man Cop, Phil, Perch Perkins, Waiter, Attendant, Thug, Coughing Fish, Twin, Frog Fish, Monster, Freed Fish, Sandals
Sirena Irwin    Reporter, Driver, Ice Cream Lady
Lori Alan    Pearl
Carlos Alazraqui    Squire, Goofy Goober Announcer, Thief
Joshua Seth    Prisoner
Tim Blaney    Singing Goofy Goober
Derek Drymon    The Screamer, Voice of Fisherman
Aaron Springer    Laughing Bubble
Neil Ross    Voice of Cyclops
Stephen Hillenburg    Voice of Parrot
Michael Patrick Bell    Fisherman
Kristopher Logan    Squinty The Pirate
D.P. Fitzgerald    Bonesy The Pirate
Cole McKay    Scruffy The Pirate
Dylan Haggerty    Stitches The Pirate
Bart McCarthy    Captain Bart The Pirate
Henry Kingi    Inky The Pirate
Randolph Jones    Tiny The Pirate
Paul Zies    Upper Deck The Pirate
Gerard Greisbaum    Fingers The Pirate
Aaron Hendry    Tangles The Pirate/Voice of Cyclops Diver
Maxie Santillan    Gummy The Pirate
Peter DeYoung    Leatherbeard The Pirate
Gino Montesinos    Tango The Pirate
John Siciliano    Pokey The Pirate
David Stifel    Cookie The Pirate
Alex Baker    Martin The Pirate
Robin Russell    Sniffy The Pirate
Tommy Schooler    Salty The Pirate
Ben Wilson    Stovepipe The Pirate
Jose Zelaya    Dooby The Pirate
Mageina Tovah    Usher
Chris Cummins    Concession Guy
Todd Duffey    Concession Guy

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Derek Drymon
Screenwriter    Tim Hill
Screenwriter    Stephen Hillenburg
Screenwriter    Kent Osborne
Screenwriter    Aaron Springer
Screenwriter    Paul Tibbitt
Story Creator    Stephen Hillenburg
Producer    Stephen Hillenburg
Executive Producer    Albie Hecht
Executive Producer    Gina Shay
Executive Producer    Derek Drymon
Director of Photography    Jerzy Zielinski
Executive Music Producer    Karyn Rachtman
Composer    Gregor Narholz
Production Designer    Nick Jennings
Editor    Lynn Hobson
Associate Producer    Ramsey Naito
Line Producer    Aaron Parry
Line Producer    Peter Tobyansen
Assistant Director    Jonathan Southard
Production Manager    Andrew Egiziano
Production Manager    Chul Ho Kim
Production Supervisor    Gregory H. Alpert
Production Supervisor    Chris Spellman
Supervising Animation Director    Alan Smart
Animation Director    Dong Kun Won
Animation Director    Yu Men Jeong
Animation Director    Hoon Choi
Animation Director    Hee Man Yang
Animation Director    Sang Kyun Shin
Animation Director    Dong Soo Lee
Animation Director    Jun Hee Yoo
Art Director    Tania Francisco
Art Director    Tristan Bourne
Set Decorator    Kathy Lucas
Costume Designer    Terri Valazza
Costume Supervisor    Jennifer Jansen
Sound Mixer    David Kelson
Re-recording Mixer    Patrick Cyccone
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Keller
Supervising Sound Editor    Timothy J. Borquez
Sound Effects Editor    Thomas Syslo
Sound Effects Editor    Eric Freeman
Sound Effects Editor    Doug Andorka
Sound Effects Editor    Marc Mailand
Supervising Sound Designer    Jeff Hutchins
Dialogue Editor    Matthew Brown
Dialogue Editor    Tony Ostyn
Music Editor    Jay B. Richardson
Music Editor    Nick Carr
Make up    Art Anthony
Make up    Myke Michaels
Special Make-up Effects    Conor McCullagh
Casting Director    Judith Bouley
Stunt Coordinator    Pat Romano

Internationl Round-up: Company Nine Reaches $14 Million

October 16th, 2005

Company 9 remained in first place in Russia, its home market, down just 13% to $4.3 million for a running total of $14.3 million, which is well ahead of Revenge of the Sith's final box office in the market (which was just shy of $10 million). More...

The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming!

October 9th, 2005

Company 9 opened in its native market of Russia with a stunning $5.0 million over the weekend and $6.25 million including the midweek numbers, which is better than Revenge of the Sith's opening in that market. This also means there were two films that did so well in their local markets that they managed to place in the top five overall. More...

International Round-up: Red Eye Takes Off

October 2nd, 2005

Red Eye added another $3.7 million on 2,057 screens in 37 markets to its $22 million international total. The film opened in second place in both Spain with $850,000 on 215 screens and in the Netherlands with $250,000 on 59 ($300,000 including previews). More...

Mafia Sequel Squeezes into Top Five Again

September 25th, 2005

Marrying the Mafia 2 again led its native market of South Korean with $4.81 million over the weekend and $12.78 million during its two-week run. And like last week, this was enough for the film to secure a place in the top five overall just beating out Pride and Prejudice. More...

The Smiths' Honeymoon in Asia Continues

July 17th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith continues its excellent run in Asia with a $2.2 million opening in 450 theatres in China. The film also added $1.8 million in South Korea for an $18 million running total in that market, (although it was pushed out of the top spot in that market. Overall the film made $4 million pushing its total to $117 million internationally and $275 million worldwide. More...

Competition Crumbles under Alien Invasion

July 10th, 2005

With the last of this summer's worldwide releases opening last weekend, the international details are once again dominated by smaller films. And to compound matters, most of those are only making noise in one of two markets. However, over the next few weeks there are plenty of big films opening in big markets and the International Details column should start showing signs of life soon. More...

Baby Takes Fifth in Close Race

March 20th, 2005

After gathering in all the data the winner for the race for fifth place is Million Dollar Baby, I think. It would need to lost more than 40% from last week's total and that's not taking into account its openings in South Korea at $1,515,672 and second place, its $110,000, third place debut in Finland, $86,000 in Russia, $50,000, second place debut in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, exact weekend totals are unknown but it is estimated at $6 million raising its international total to $43 million so far. More...

Swimming with Sharks

March 13th, 2005

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

Phoenix is Reborn on the Home Market

March 12th, 2005

Flight of the Phoenix was clearly a disappointment when it was release in theatres last December, but it's fortunes turned around at the home market. Opening week of release saw the remake bring in $7.27 million in DVD rentals and $1.23 million in VHS rentals. Combined they represent nearly half the film's $21.0 million domestic box office. More...

The Aviator Soars Higher than Before

March 6th, 2005

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

DVD Releases for March 1, 2005

February 28th, 2005

Oooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhh!
Who Lives in a Pineapple under the sea?
SpongeBob SquarePants!
Absorbent and yellow and porous is he!
SpongeBob Squarepants!
As you can probably tell, SpongeBob SquarePants - The Movie - Buy from Amazon - is my DVD pick of the week. Granted, it is a bit of a slow week when it comes to quality releases, but I think the Oscars may have had something to do with that. More...

Twelve Tops the Best of the Rest

February 27th, 2005

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

French Film Finishes Fifth

February 20th, 2005

Iznogoud: Calife a la place du calife, a movie based on a Asterix and Obelix spin off of sorts, dominated the French box office taking in $7.1 million, more than double the second place film and more than a third of the top ten total. It is also enough to push it into the Top Five on the international scene, dropping Finding Neverland into sixth place. Unfortunately, like the several films made in the Asterix and Obelix series, this one is unlikely to make much of an impact outside the French speaking markets. More...

Fockers are Fabulous

February 9th, 2005

A higher than expected opening in Spain and a lower than expected decline in the U.K. allowed Meet the Fockers to retain top spot on the international charts. The film opened first in a handful of markets, including a $4.7 million opening in Spain on 356 screens, $377,000 in Denmark, $352,000 in Taiwan and $275,000 in Israel. Its most prolific market continues to be the U.K. where the film brought in $8.5 million during its second weekend there; that's a 42% drop-off, which is a little high for the market, but not as high as expected given its huge start last weekend. That one market represented more than half of its weekend total of $16.3 million on 1700 screens in 28 markets for a running tally of $82.9 million. More...

Fockers Flatten Competition

February 2nd, 2005

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

Ocean Steals International Box Office Crown Back

January 26th, 2005

The International Box Office Race is certainly interesting, as Ocean's Twelve recaptured the lead this weekend with $14.4 million on 4,600 screens in 58 markets and now sits at $170.4 million internationally and $292.8 million worldwide. A large chunk of that total came from Japan, where the film earned $6.8 million (including sneak peaks) on 510 screens, while ending Howl's Moving Castle's nine week reign on top. While this was a strong performance, it was 20% lower that the original's debut in the same market. More...

Alexander Reigns over International Audiences

January 19th, 2005

After a massive opening last week in Spain, Alexander took top spot on the international charts thanks to a strong opening in Italy, Brazil and Hong Kong. The film managed first place in all three markets with $3.87 million on 446 screens in Italy, $906,900 on 193 screens in Brazil and $275,244 on 30 screens in Hong Kong. Holdovers were not as kind to the Sword and Sandal epic as it dropped nearly 50% in the U.K., Spain and France. Overall the film brought in $14.5 million on 3600 screens in 51 markets for a running tally of $88 million. And while the film will easily cross $100 million internationally, which is roughly 3 times its domestic figure, it has to be looked at as a disappointment financially. More...

Twelve Takes Top Spot

January 12th, 2005

The race for first in the international marketplace continued to be close with three films within a couple million of each other. Leading the way was Ocean's Twelve with $17.5 million on 5200 screens in 54 markets; the film's international total now sits at $137 million, slightly more than half of what Ocean's Eleven finished with. The heist film did open well in several markets, which mostly balances out severe drop-offs due to the post-holiday. For instance, the film opened well in South Korea with $2.1 million on 150 screens and debuted in first place in Argentina, ($500,000), Portugal, (with $720,000) and in the Philippines, ($370,000.) More...

Local Flicks Compete for International Crown

December 29th, 2004

Ocean's Twelve opening in another two markets, (Mexico and Belgium) helped the heist film finish first on the international charts with $22.6 million on 5,183 screens in 46 markets. The film opened well in Belgium where it easily took first place with $1.2 million on just 75 screens. That's up nearly 40% compared to the the original, but down nearly 10% in Euros. In Mexico the film could only manage $1.8 million on 550 screens for a rather limp per screen average. However, in most markets the film is not holding up as well as the studio would have liked. For instance, in Germany the film dropped by more than 50%, in France the decline was 44%. The only exception appears to be Italy where holidays and a serious boost to screen count helped the film climb 33% to $2.9 million over the weekend. More...

Heroes Hit $100 Million

December 8th, 2004

A few big opening and very strong holdovers helped The Incredibles continue its torrid pace with $36.3 million in 24 markets, lifting its international tally to $104.6 million. It was the 16th film to cross that mark this year, and one of two films to do so this weekend. The film's biggest opening of the weekend was in Japan where it took in $7.3 million to finish in second place to local phenomenon, Howl's Moving Castle. Ironically, out of all the new openings, Japan was the only market where the film failed to open in first place. The biggest holdover was in the U.K. where the film took in another $8.1 million, down just 29%, and now sits just shy of $30 million there. The film was equally strong in other major markets: France, ($6.5 million, down 29%); Italy, ($4.4 million, down 19%); Spain, ($3.7 million, down 33%.) With major openings in Germany, among other markets, the film looks like it will keep up this torrid pace for quite some time, perhaps hitting $200 million before Christmas. More...

Closer Closes in the Top Five

December 6th, 2004

As expected, there was a big drop at the box office over the weekend, but there were a couple of surprises as the semi-limited release, Closer, out performed expectations to finish in fifth place. Overall the box office dropped to $87 million over the weekend, that's a massive 46% drop from last week, but more importantly, a nearly 11% drop from last year. That dropped 2004's lead over 2003 to just 2.2%, but things should pick up this week with the Wednesday release of Blade: Trinity and the Friday release of Ocean's Twelve. More...

The Calm Before the Winter Storm

December 3rd, 2004

The first weekend in December follows one of the busiest weekends of the year, and the studios are usually reluctant to put out their A-List material. This year it's an extreme example as there are no wide releases and while one of the limited releases has a reasonable shot at earning a place in the top 10, there will probably be no change in the top five, other than massive drops in box office dollars. Because of this, this week's column will be shorter than usual. More...

Leftovers for Thanksgiving

November 29th, 2004

It was the leftovers that ruled Thanksgiving weekend as neither of the new films could meet expectations. That helped the some of the holdovers excel, but not enough for any big gains over the weekend. Comparing the 3-day weekend we see gains of just 7.0% from last weekend and 0.25% from last year. Over the 5-day weekend, this year was up a mere 0.55% from last year. Year to date, 2004 know sits at $8.277 billion at the box office, up approximately 2.4% from the same point in 2003. More...

Will there be any Thanksgiving Turkeys at the Box Office?

November 24th, 2004

Thanksgiving long weekend is one of the busiest long weekends of the year and is usually a boon to new releases and family films. And while the later should do well, the former could struggle as they are both being savaged by critics. More...

Nothing Bad About this Result

November 23rd, 2004

Bad Education took top spot on a per theatre chart loaded down with Oscar hopefuls. The latest offering from acclaimed director, Pedro Almodovar, earned nearly $150,000 in just three theatres for an average of $49,123. Coming in second place with $18,090 in its lone theatre was Days of Being Wild, a Hong Kong film from the early 90s. Three and four on the list were last week's one and two as Kinsey beat out Finding Neverland $16,048 to $14,680. The only other film to make it to the $10,000 club was the overall box office champ, National Treasure with $11,648. More...

Treasure Hunters find Gold

November 22nd, 2004

Not only did we have a new winning at the box office, it wasn't the film expected to challenge for top spot. More importantly, there was a significant increase at the box office both from last weekend (3.5%) and especially from last year (11.7%.) Year to Date 2004 extends its lead to 2.4%, $8.0 billion to $7.8 billion. More...

Hidden Treasure at the Box Office

November 19th, 2004

Two new films open this weekend, but The Incredibles still look almost unbeatable at the box office with the primary competition coming from a certain yellow sponge. I think I feel a song coming one ...
Oooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhh!
Who Lives in a Pineapple under the sea?
SpongeBob SquarePants
More...

Movie Websites Launches for November 12 - November 18

November 18th, 2004

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner Electra - Official Site . If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

2004 Preview: November

November 1st, 2004

Award season kicks into high gear and the Thanksgiving Holiday means one thing: Christmas movies. Christmas In November movies are becoming frustratingly common these days and this year is no different, with two such movies coming out. There are also a few more award season hopefuls that span the whole spectrum of box office possibilities. More...

DVD Releases for October 19, 2004

October 18th, 2004

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases and a few from the growing TV on DVD section, including the winners of the DVD Pick of the Week, all of which come from the TV on DVD category. First there's Greg the Bunny - The Complete Series - Buy from Amazon which Fox cancelled too soon, and Arrested Development - Season 1 - Buy from Amazon, which Fox will probably cancel too soon. A couple of Canadian shows are also picks of the week with Corner Gas: First Season - Buy from Amazon.ca and SCTV - Volume 2 - Buy from Amazon. And one last note, previous Pick of the Week, Degrassi: The Next Generation - Season 1 - Buy from Amazon.ca, is now available in Canada. More...

Movie Websites Launches for October 8 - October 14

October 14th, 2004

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner A Very Long Engagement - Official Site . If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for August 27 - September 2

September 2nd, 2004

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates including the winner for the week, The Spongebob Squarepants Movie - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for June 18 - June 24

June 24th, 2004

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates including the winner for the week, Suspect Zero - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for May 14 - May 20

May 20th, 2004

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates. It was another deceptively slow week as there are lots of site on the list, but none stood out as an award winning site. Many were simple placeholders, others had just minor updates, and the only three flash sites to launch were mostly marked coming soon. I was even tempted to not give out an award or maybe even bring in a ringer. But in the end I went with The Incredibles - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. 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
2004/11/19 2 $32,018,216   3,212 $9,968   $32,018,216 3
2004/11/26 5 $17,844,331 -44% 3,307 $5,396   $58,793,169 10
2004/12/03 6 $7,655,872 -57% 3,307 $2,315   $68,209,314 17
2004/12/10 7 $4,357,011 -43% 3,307 $1,318   $73,596,022 24
2004/12/17 11 $2,002,903 -54% 2,115 $947   $76,362,402 31
2004/12/24 19 $714,503 -64% 1,316 $543   $78,779,272 38
2004/12/31 20 $1,246,327 +74% 1,068 $1,167   $81,900,075 45
2005/01/07 22 $858,303 -31% 842 $1,019   $83,126,525 52
2005/01/14 30 $317,906 -63% 440 $723   $83,569,923 59
2005/01/21 34 $152,867 -52% 310 $493   $83,889,892 66
2005/01/28 29 $265,000 +73% 310 $855   $84,187,826 73
2005/02/04 26 $268,490 +1% 358 $750   $84,540,402 80
2005/02/11 27 $232,657 -13% 296 $786   $84,848,364 87
2005/02/18 31 $184,795 -21% 245 $754   $85,102,579 94
2005/02/25 39 $96,476 -48% 212 $455   $85,283,341 101
2005/03/04 48 $61,830 -36% 127 $487   $85,373,733 108
2005/03/11 71 $15,212 -75% 69 $220   $85,402,000 115
2005/03/18 101 $2,949 -81% 18 $164   $85,416,609 122

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/19 2 $9,400,000   3,212 $2,927   $9,400,000 1
2004/11/20 2 $13,771,055 +47% 3,212 $4,287   $23,330,807 2
2004/11/21 2 $8,687,409 -37% 3,212 $2,705   $32,018,216 3
2004/11/22 3 $1,537,000 -82% 3,212 $479   $33,555,000 4
2004/11/23 4 $1,706,000 +11% 3,212 $531   $35,261,000 5
2004/11/24 4 $3,466,000 +103% 3,307 $1,048   $38,727,000 6
2004/11/25 6 $2,222,000 -36% 3,307 $672   $40,948,838 7
2004/11/26 5 $7,096,818 +219% 3,307 $2,146   $48,045,656 8
2004/11/27 5 $6,740,870 -5% 3,307 $2,038   $54,786,526 9
2004/11/28 5 $4,006,643 -41% 3,307 $1,212   $58,793,169 10
2004/11/29 6 $553,000 -86% 3,307 $167   $59,346,000 11
2004/11/30 7 $412,000 -25% 3,307 $125   $59,758,000 12
2004/12/01 7 $403,000 -2% 3,307 $122   $60,161,000 13
2004/12/02 6 $392,000 -3% 3,307 $119   $60,553,442 14
2004/12/03 6 $1,800,000 +359% 3,307 $544   $62,400,000 15
2004/12/04 5 $3,574,924 +99% 3,307 $1,081   $65,895,142 16
2004/12/05 5 $2,314,172 -35% 3,307 $700   $68,209,314 17
2004/12/06 7 $258,000 -89% 3,307 $78   $68,468,000 18
2004/12/07 8 $263,000 +2% 3,307 $80   $68,731,000 19
2004/12/08 8 $274,000 +4% 3,307 $83   $69,005,000 20
2004/12/09 8 $234,000 -15% 3,307 $71   $69,239,000 21
2004/12/10 8 $1,100,000 +370% 3,307 $333   $70,300,000 22
2004/12/11 7 $2,103,441 +91% 3,307 $636   $72,264,654 23
2004/12/12 7 $1,331,368 -37% 3,307 $403   $73,596,022 24
2004/12/13 8 $178,000 -87% 3,307 $54   $73,774,000 25
2004/12/14 10 $189,000 +6% 3,307 $57   $73,963,000 26
2004/12/15 9 $192,000 +2% 3,307 $58   $74,155,000 27
2004/12/16 8 $205,000 +7% 3,307 $62   $74,359,000 28
2004/12/17 12 $400,000 +95% 2,115 $189   $74,800,000 29
2004/12/18 11 $899,677 +125% 2,115 $425   $75,677,654 30
2004/12/19 11 $684,748 -24% 2,115 $324   $76,362,402 31
2005/01/17 23 $138,653   440 $315   $83,708,576 60
2005/02/21 28 $51,679   245 $211   $85,154,258 95

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/11/19 2 $40,948,838   3,212 $12,749   $40,948,838 7
2004/11/26 5 $19,604,604 -52% 3,307 $5,928   $60,553,442 14
2004/12/03 6 $8,685,569 -56% 3,307 $2,626   $69,239,011 21
2004/12/10 8 $5,120,488 -41% 3,307 $1,548   $74,359,499 28
2004/12/17 12 $3,705,270 -28% 2,115 $1,752   $78,064,769 35
2004/12/24 19 $2,588,979 -30% 1,316 $1,967   $80,653,748 42
2004/12/31 20 $1,614,474 -38% 1,068 $1,512   $82,268,222 49
2005/01/07 23 $983,795 -39% 842 $1,168   $83,252,017 56
2005/01/14 29 $485,008 -51% 440 $1,102   $83,737,025 63
2005/01/21 36 $185,801 -62% 310 $599   $83,922,826 70
2005/01/28 31 $349,086 +88% 310 $1,126   $84,271,912 77
2005/02/04 26 $343,795 -2% 358 $960   $84,615,707 84
2005/02/11 27 $302,077 -12% 296 $1,021   $84,917,784 91
2005/02/18 31 $269,081 -11% 245 $1,098   $85,186,865 98
2005/02/25 44 $125,038 -54% 212 $590   $85,311,903 105
2005/03/04 52 $74,885 -40% 127 $590   $85,386,788 112
2005/03/11 71 $26,872 -64% 69 $389   $85,413,660 119
2005/03/18 107 $2,949 -89% 18 $164   $85,416,609 126

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