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Sucker Punch (2011)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $36,392,502Details
International Box Office $53,365,887
Worldwide Box Office $89,758,389
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $9,091,610 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $10,942,478 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $20,034,088
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

She has been locked away against her will, but Babydoll has not lost her will to survive. Determined to fight for her freedom, she urges four other young girls - the reluctant Sweet Pea, the outspoken Rocket, the street-smart Blondie and the fiercely loyal Amber - to band together and try to escape a terrible fate at the hands of their captors, Blue and Madam Gorski, before the mysterious High Roller comes for Babydoll. Led by Babydoll, the girls engage in fantastical warfare against everything from samurais to serpents, with a virtual arsenal at their disposal. Together, they must decide what they are willing to sacrifice in order to stay alive. But with the help of a Wise Man, their unbelievable journey - if they succeed - will set them free.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
23% - Rotten
Audience
47% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$75,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 25th, 2011 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
March 25th, 2011 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 28th, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R For violence, language and some sexual content
PG-13 for thematic material involving sexuality, violence and combat sequences, and for language.
(Rating bulletin 2161, 3/2/2011)
R for sexual content, some violence and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2170, 5/4/2011)
Running Time: 110 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Babylon A.D.
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Keywords: Prostitution, Mental Illness, Sex Crimes, Dragon, Medical and Hospitals, Escape, Ensemble, Visual Effects, Dystopia, Dysfunctional Family, Robot, Steampunk, War, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Cruel and Unusual Films, Lennox House Films, Legendary Pictures
Production Countries: Canada,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,461 $26,404 May 20, 2011 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,019 $76,455 May 13, 2011 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,234 $99,327 May 6, 2011 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,267 $56,218 Apr 29, 2011 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,413 $278,686 Apr 22, 2011 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,382 $606,242 Apr 15, 2011 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,807 $2,102,082 Apr 8, 2011 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,858 $6,020,403 Apr 1, 2011 10
Biggest March Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 103 $19,058,199 Mar 25, 2011 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 900 $19,058,199 Mar 25, 2011 3
Widest Opening Weekend 794 3,033 Mar 25, 2011 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,732 $6,681,221 Mar 26, 2011 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 938 $8,031,460 Mar 25, 2011 1
Biggest March Day at the Domestic Box Office 223 $8,031,460 Mar 25, 2011 1

Cast

   Babydoll
   Sweet Pea
   Rocket
   Blondie
   Amber
   Dr. Vera Gorski
Oscar Isaac    Blue Jones
Jon Hamm    High Roller/Doctor
Scott Glenn    Wise Man
Richard Cetrone    CJ
Gerard Plunkett    Stepfather
Malcolm Scott    The Cook
Ron Selmour    Danforth
Alan C. Peterson    Mayor/Lighter Orderly
Revard Dufresne    Big Boss Thug/Orderly #3
Kelora Clingwell    Babydoll's Mother
Frederique De Raucourt    Babydoll's Sister
Monique Ganderton    Lobotomy Nurse / High Roller Girl #1
Lee Tomaschefski    Lobotomy Nurse / High Roller Girl #2
Eli Snyder    Tommy Soldier #1
Cainan Wiebe    Tommy Soldier #2
Danny Bristol    Tommy Soldier #3
Brad Kelly    Guard / Chauffeur #1
Peter Bryant    Guard/Shauffeur #2
Patrick Sabongui    Earl
John R. Taylor    Grim Doctor
Chris Nowland    Cemetary Cop
Christine Willes    Reception Nurse / Designer
Gina Garenkooper    Bitter Clipboard Nurse
Michael Adamthwaite    State Trooper #1
Phillip Mitchell    State Trooper #2
Ian Tracey    Police Officer #1
Sean Campbell    Police Officer #2

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Zack Snyder
Screenwriter    Steve Shibuya
Story Creator    Zack Snyder
Producer    Deborah Snyder
Producer    Zack Snyder
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Wesley Coller
Executive Producer    Jon Jashni
Executive Producer    Chris de Faria
Executive Producer    Jim Rowe
Executive Producer    William Fay
Cinematographer    Larry Fong
Editor    William Hoy
Composer    Tyler Bates
Composer    Marius de Vries
Production Designer    Rick Carter
Supervising Art Director    Grant Van Der Slagt
Art Director    Patrick Banister
Art Director    Todd Cherniawsky
Set Designer    Jay Mitchell
Set Designer    Jim Ramsay
Set Designer    Bryan Sutton
Set Designer    Sheila Haley
Set Designer    Bjorn Ollner
Set Designer    Cheryl Marion
Set Designer    Margot Ready
Set Designer    Allan Galajda
Set Decorator    Jim Erickson
Costume Designer    Michael Wilkinson
Sound Designer    Michael McGee
Supervising Sound Editor    Scott Hecker
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Jenkins
Re-recording Mixer    Frank Montano
Special Effects Coordinator    Joel Whist
Visual Effects Supervisor    John 'DJ' DesJardin
Visual Effects Supervisor    Guillaume Rocheron
Visual Effects Supervisor    Rainer Gombox
Visual Effects Supervisor    Andrew Congreve Brown
Visual Effects Supervisor    Bryan Hirota
Associate Producer    Andrew Wertheim

Blu-ray Sales: Rango Feels At Home on Top

July 28th, 2011

Despite only going on sale on Friday, Rango led all new releases and took top spot on the Blu-ray sales chart. It wasn't even really close, as it sold 353,000 units and generated $7.05 million. Its opening week Blu-ray ratio of 37% is strong, especially for a kids movie. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Holdovers Lord Above New Releases

July 20th, 2011

Lord of the Rings: Extended Edition Trilogy remained on top of the Blu-ray sales chart this week selling 104,000 units / $5.08 million for the week. It now has generated just over $30 million in sales in just two weeks, and even if you split that between the three movies, it's still an excellent run for a catalog title. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Are Assassinated

July 19th, 2011

New releases were dead on arrival on this week's DVD sales chart. None reached the top five, while only three reached the top 30. This left Sucker Punch in top spot, but with only 105,000 units / $1.58 million units for the week giving it totals of 381,000 units / $5.71 million after two. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Ring Sucker Punches New Releases

July 12th, 2011

While it's not common for a box set to lead the way on the Blu-ray sales chart, it is also no real surprise that Lord of the Rings: Extended Edition Trilogy managed to do just that, as it was clearly the biggest new release of the week. It took top spot with sales of 336,000 units, and thanks to its premium pricing, it generated $25.21 million in opening week consumer spending. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Lack Punch

July 12th, 2011

While plenty of new releases reached the top of this week's sales chart, none were exactly burning up the chart. Leading the way was Sucker Punch, but with only 275,000 units / $4.13 million during its opening week on the chart. Season of the Witch could claim a share of first place with $4.28 million in opening week sales from 265,000 units sold. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 28th, 2011

June 27th, 2011

It's a bit of a madhouse in terms of DVD and Blu-ray releases this week: Amazon.com has more than 400 listed. That said, a lot of them are catalogue titles that would barely warrant a mention during a slow week. The most intriguing first run release is Sucker Punch on Blu-ray / DVD / Digital Copy Combo Pack, but while I think it's worth picking up, it's appeal is limited enough that it is not worthy of the Pick of the Week honors. Fortunately, one of the catalogue titles is clearly Pick of the Week material. In fact, Lord of the Rings Trilogy: Extended Edition - Blu-ray is one of the most anticipated releases in the history of Blu-ray. More...

International Box Office: Rio's Reaching for the Top

April 20th, 2011

Rio has become the biggest hit on the international box office so far this year after just two weeks of release. This past weekend it made $56.34 million on 13,754 screens in 63 markets to lift its total to $131.78 million. This is just a couple of million above The Green Hornet, although it is extending that lead very rapidly. The film was aided by a pair of first place openings in major markets, scoring $4.92 million on 667 screens in France and $2.38 million on 626 screens in Italy. It really shone in a number of holdover markets as well, including Brazil, where it was down a mere 14% to $7.22 million on 1,025 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.75 million after two. At this pace, it will top the final box office of Toy Story 3, Harry Potter and Tangled by next weekend. It added $5.70 million on 1,297 screens in Russia to lift its running tally to $18.94 million. It did drop by 39% from its opening weekend, which was higher than in most major markets, but still very strong for Russia. It grew by 33% in Australia to $3.22 million on 467 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.97 million after two. It was up 12% in the U.K. to $2.76 million on 531 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.97 million. Rio doesn't have a lot of markets left to expand into, but even so, at this pace it should hit $200 million internationally and $300 million worldwide with relative ease. More...

International Box Office: Blame it on Rio

April 13th, 2011

Did summer start already? I ask because we have a summer-like result at the international box office this weekend. Rio crushed the competition with $54.94 million on 11,714 screens in 45 markets. Opening on more than 10,000 screens is usually a feat reserved for summer blockbusters. The film earned first place in nearly every market, although its individual results did vary considerably. For instance, it was stunning in Russia earning $9.28 million on 1,297 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.31 million. Perhaps more impressively, the film earned $8.77 million on 1,024 screens in Brazil. While Brazil is a very large country, it's still an emerging market and this is a great result there. The film was also strong in Mexico with $4.90 million on 1,521. On the other hand, it was more average in a number of other major markets. For instance, it earned $2.63 million on 724 screens in Germany, which is mediocre for a potential blockbuster. The same was true in the U.K. with $2.48 million on 522, in Australia with $2.42 million on 459, and in Spain with $2.21 million on 390. More...

International Box Office: Just Barely Winning

April 6th, 2011

Just Go With It reached first place on the international chart with $10.84 million on 2,791 screens in 40 markets for a total of $76.26 million after 8 weeks of release. It opened in first place in Australia with $2.44 million on 311 screens, but it struggled in Italy with just $732,000 on 248. So far the film has $9.09 million in Russia after just two weeks, including $2.87 million on 544 screens this past weekend. More...

Hop Jumps Higher Than Expected

April 4th, 2011

It was mostly a good news start to the month as the top film, Hop, beat expectations with ease and nearly became the fastest opening film of the year. Meanwhile, most of the rest of the top five at least came close to matching expectations. This helped the box office grow 3% from last weekend to $125 million. Unfortunately, this was nearly 30% lower than the same weekend last year. This means 2011 continues to lose ground on 2010 and it is now off last year's pace by just over 20% at $2.34 billion to $2.93 billion. Things need to turn around very soon. More...

International Box Office: Another Victory for Battle

March 30th, 2011

Battle: Los Angeles remained in first place on the international scene with $16.32 million on 7,746 screens in 55 markets for a total of $79.63 million after three weeks of release. It didn't have many new openings. It did add $1.12 million on 331 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $4.39 million so far. It has already made more internationally than it has domestically, and with openings in Spain, Germany, and Italy, it should have no trouble getting to $200 million worldwide. I think the studio should be happy with that, but I'm not sure they will be happy enough to go with a sequel. More...

IMAX: Sucker Punches Its Way to the Top

March 30th, 2011

While Sucker Punch opened a disappointing second place overall, it managed a very strong $4.0 million on just 229 IMAX screens during its opening weekend. This works out of 21% of of its total opening, which is the highest ever for a 2D DMR IMAX film. It also added $315,000 on 23 IMAX screens internationally, while it could expand its international IMAX theater count past 100 screens. More...

Wimpy Fights its Way to the Top

March 28th, 2011

Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules opened on the high end of expectations while Sucker Punch opened on the low end of expectations, which meant there wasn't a really tight race for top spot at the box office this weekend. The overall box office was healthy with a total haul of $121 million, which was close to 6% higher than last weekend, but it was also close to 6% lower than the same weekend last year. On the one hand, this is arguably the best performance 2011 has had so far, as the only time we've won on the year-over-year comparison was when 2011 has a holiday that didn't line up with 2010. On the other hand, 2011 is still half a billion dollars behind 2010's pace at $2.18 billion to $2.69 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Wimpy Kid Defeats Sucker Punch

March 27th, 2011

The last weekend in March have brought us another pair of movies opening in the high teens to low twenties. This time around Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules was the low-twenties movie, picking up a very respectable $24.4 million on debut, which is a shade ahead of the $22 million earned by the first film in the franchise this time last year. Sucker Punch produced a slightly disappointing $19 million opening weekend, which is a drop in the bucket compared to its $75 million budget. It'll need good international numbers and a strong home market performance to recoup costs. Overall box office will be down about 7% from last year, continuing 2011's losing streak, although that makes this one of the better weekends of the year so far. More...

Weekend Preview: Will the New Releases Have any Punch?

March 24th, 2011

Predicting the winner at the box office this weekend could be tough, as there appears to be no real consensus on which film has the advantage. This is mostly due to uncertainty with one of the films, with just as many analysts predicting Sucker Punch will win with ease as are predicting that film will really struggle. On the other hand, there is a pretty strong consensus with regards to the overall box office when compared to last year and there's almost no chance 2011 will keep pace with 2010. Worse case scenario has Sucker Punch and Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Rodick Rules combined opening with less than How to Train Your Dragon opened with. This means March will end on a low note, which has happened far too often this year. More...

2011 Preview: March

March 1st, 2011

This is going to suck. February wasn't exactly a banner month at the box office and 2011 is already roughly $400 million behind 2010's pace. To make matters worse, last March broke records starting with the release of Alice in Wonderland. There is no movie coming out this month that will come close to Alice in Wonderland's performance; in fact, the number one film this March will likely not do as well as the second best film from last March. The best case scenario has the month producing three $100 million movies, plus a number of midlevel hits, while still failing to match last year's pace by about $100 million. The worst case scenario has two of the three potential $100 million hits missing that mark, plus the midlevel hits also struggling. In that case, we could end March about $300 million further behind 2010's pace. (Hopefully things will start to turn around in April.) More...

IMAX Was Seeing Double

January 4th, 2011

IMAX released their 2010 numbers and they had a lot of reasons to celebrate, more than 500 million of them. Total worldwide revenues doubled from their previous record of $270 million in 2009 to $546 million in 2010. This is partially due to increased market penetration, especially internationally (international revenue tripled from $70 million to $212 million) but their per theater revenue also grew by an impressive 50%. Revenue for the fourth quarter was also up compared to last year, but by a tiny margin at $102 to $101 million. However, this should be considered a solid result, as last year was boosted by Avatar, and there was nothing that came close to matching its box office this year. More...

IMAX: Iron Just as Golden on Domestic Screens

May 12th, 2010

Iron Man 2 opened domestically and while its overall total was on the low end of expectations, it broke records on IMAX, pulling in $9.8 million on 181 IMAX screens. This is a record opening for a 2D title. Internationally, it added $1.5 million for a total of $4.7 million overseas and $14.5 million worldwide. 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
2011/03/25 2 $19,058,199   3,033 $6,284   $19,058,199 3
2011/04/01 7 $6,020,403 -68% 3,033 $1,985   $29,811,118 10
2011/04/08 12 $2,102,082 -65% 1,755 $1,198   $33,973,736 17
2011/04/15 19 $606,242 -71% 555 $1,092   $35,292,286 24
2011/04/22 24 $278,686 -54% 244 $1,142   $35,882,554 31
2011/04/29 50 $56,218 -80% 74 $760   $36,062,065 38
2011/05/06 37 $99,327 +77% 210 $473   $36,188,517 45
2011/05/13 47 $76,455 -23% 139 $550   $36,322,967 52
2011/05/20 56 $26,404 -65% 45 $587   $36,381,716 59

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/03/25 1 $8,031,460   3,033 $2,648   $8,031,460 1
2011/03/26 2 $6,681,221 -17% 3,033 $2,203   $14,712,681 2
2011/03/27 2 $4,345,518 -35% 3,033 $1,433   $19,058,199 3
2011/03/28 1 $1,404,034 -68% 3,033 $463   $20,462,233 4
2011/03/29 2 $1,348,138 -4% 3,033 $444   $21,810,371 5
2011/03/30 2 $1,007,104 -25% 3,033 $332   $22,817,475 6
2011/03/31 3 $973,240 -3% 3,033 $321   $23,790,715 7
2011/04/01 7 $1,917,093 +97% 3,033 $632   $25,707,808 8
2011/04/02 7 $2,516,032 +31% 3,033 $830   $28,223,840 9
2011/04/03 7 $1,587,278 -37% 3,033 $523   $29,811,118 10
2011/04/04 6 $524,376 -67% 3,033 $173   $30,335,494 11
2011/04/05 7 $585,446 +12% 3,033 $193   $30,920,940 12
2011/04/06 7 $474,551 -19% 3,033 $156   $31,395,491 13
2011/04/07 7 $476,163 n/c 3,033 $157   $31,871,654 14
2011/04/08 11 $638,252 +34% 1,755 $364   $32,509,906 15
2011/04/09 12 $919,083 +44% 1,755 $524   $33,428,989 16
2011/04/10 12 $544,747 -41% 1,755 $310   $33,973,736 17
2011/04/11 10 $182,227 -67% 1,755 $104   $34,155,963 18
2011/04/12 11 $188,193 +3% 1,755 $107   $34,344,156 19
2011/04/13 10 $169,474 -10% 1,755 $97   $34,513,630 20
2011/04/14 10 $172,414 +2% 1,755 $98   $34,686,044 21
2011/04/15 - $178,641 +4% 555 $322   $34,864,685 22
2011/04/16 - $262,139 +47% 555 $472   $35,126,824 23
2011/04/17 - $165,462 -37% 555 $298   $35,292,286 24
2011/04/18 - $69,804 -58% 555 $126   $35,362,090 25
2011/04/19 - $75,388 +8% 555 $136   $35,437,478 26
2011/04/20 - $74,541 -1% 555 $134   $35,512,019 27
2011/04/21 - $91,849 +23% 555 $165   $35,603,868 28
2011/04/22 - $98,820 +8% 244 $405   $35,702,688 29
2011/04/23 - $107,483 +9% 244 $441   $35,810,171 30
2011/04/24 - $72,383 -33% 244 $297   $35,882,554 31
2011/04/25 - $37,959 -48% 244 $156   $35,920,513 32
2011/04/26 - $29,547 -22% 244 $121   $35,950,060 33
2011/04/27 - $28,052 -5% 244 $115   $35,978,112 34
2011/04/28 - $27,735 -1% 244 $114   $36,005,847 35
2011/04/29 - $17,007 -39% 74 $230   $36,022,854 36
2011/04/30 - $24,108 +42% 74 $326   $36,046,962 37
2011/05/01 - $15,103 -37% 74 $204   $36,062,065 38
2011/05/02 - $6,244 -59% 74 $84   $36,068,309 39
2011/05/03 - $7,418 +19% 74 $100   $36,075,727 40
2011/05/04 - $7,070 -5% 74 $96   $36,082,797 41
2011/05/05 - $6,393 -10% 74 $86   $36,089,190 42
2011/05/06 - $28,465 +345% 210 $136   $36,117,655 43
2011/05/07 - $40,551 +42% 210 $193   $36,158,206 44
2011/05/08 - $30,311 -25% 210 $144   $36,188,517 45
2011/05/09 - $13,847 -54% 210 $66   $36,202,364 46
2011/05/10 - $15,093 +9% 210 $72   $36,217,457 47
2011/05/11 - $14,036 -7% 210 $67   $36,231,493 48
2011/05/12 - $15,019 +7% 210 $72   $36,246,512 49
2011/05/13 - $24,026 +60% 139 $173   $36,270,538 50
2011/05/14 - $32,151 +34% 139 $231   $36,302,689 51
2011/05/15 - $20,278 -37% 139 $146   $36,322,967 52
2011/05/16 - $7,612 -62% 139 $55   $36,330,579 53
2011/05/17 - $8,173 +7% 139 $59   $36,338,752 54
2011/05/18 - $8,091 -1% 139 $58   $36,346,843 55
2011/05/19 - $8,469 +5% 139 $61   $36,355,312 56
2011/05/20 - $7,813 -8% 45 $174   $36,363,125 57
2011/05/21 - $11,259 +44% 45 $250   $36,374,384 58
2011/05/22 - $7,332 -35% 45 $163   $36,381,716 59
2011/05/23 - $2,847 -61% 45 $63   $36,384,563 60
2011/05/24 - $3,103 +9% 45 $69   $36,387,666 61
2011/05/25 - $2,745 -12% 45 $61   $36,390,411 62
2011/05/26 - $2,091 -24% 32 $65   $36,392,502 63

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/03/25 2 $23,790,715   3,033 $7,844   $23,790,715 7
2011/04/01 7 $8,080,939 -66% 3,033 $2,664   $31,871,654 14
2011/04/08 12 $2,814,390 -65% 1,755 $1,604   $34,686,044 21
2011/04/15 19 $917,824 -67% 555 $1,654   $35,603,868 28
2011/04/22 23 $401,979 -56% 244 $1,647   $36,005,847 35
2011/04/29 46 $83,343 -79% 74 $1,126   $36,089,190 42
2011/05/06 38 $157,322 +89% 210 $749   $36,246,512 49
2011/05/13 48 $108,800 -31% 139 $783   $36,355,312 56
2011/05/20 59 $37,190 -66% 45 $826   $36,392,502 63

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/3/20111200,341 200,341$3,003,112$3,003,1121
7/10/2011185,145-57% 285,486$1,276,324$4,279,4352
7/17/2011849,981-41% 335,467$749,215$5,028,6503
7/24/20112028,864-42% 364,331$432,671$5,461,3224
8/7/20112511,610 395,006$174,034$5,921,1406
8/14/20112811,450-1% 406,456$156,865$6,078,0057
8/21/2011307,245-37% 413,701$101,865$6,179,8708
8/28/20112912,680+75% 426,381$133,013$6,312,8839

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/3/20112143,465 143,465$3,062,973$3,062,9731
7/10/2011259,130-59% 202,595$1,359,407$4,422,3802
7/17/2011524,558-58% 227,153$564,587$4,986,9673
7/24/20111017,799-28% 244,952$409,205$5,396,1724
7/31/20111516,486-7% 261,439$379,017$5,775,1895
8/7/20111711,238-32% 272,676$276,453$6,051,6426
8/21/20111121,535 299,362$363,088$6,501,5778
8/28/2011719,892-8% 319,254$290,818$6,792,3959
9/4/20111014,888-25% 334,142$342,271$7,134,66610
5/20/20121512,187 464,792$169,887$8,955,91247

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