Tangled

Tangled poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $200,821,936Details
International Box Office $385,760,000
Worldwide Box Office $586,581,936
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $139,868,519 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $58,959,628 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $198,828,147
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Fugitive bandit, Flynn Ryder, hides out in a mysterious tower and is taken hostage by Rapunzel. Locked in the tower with 70 feet of hair, Rapunzel strikes a deal with Flynn to gain her freedom. The pair set out on an adventure with the King's guards in hot pursuit.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
89% - Certified Fresh
Audience
87% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$260,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 24th, 2010 (Wide) by Walt Disney
February 2nd, 2011 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
Video Release: March 29th, 2011 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for brief mild violence
(Rating bulletin 2142, 10/13/2010)
Keywords: Road Trip, Royalty, Prologue, Coming of Age, Orphan, Romance, Dysfunctional Family, Animal Lead, Kidnap, 3-D, Voiceover/Narration, Heist, Escape, Prince/Princess, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Feature Animation

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DVD Sales: Bieber Makes Short Work of Competition

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Blu-ray Sales: Potter Still Has Life on High Definition

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DVD Sales: New Releases Fail to Crack the Top Five

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DVD Sales: Easter Helps Older DVDs Spring Back

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DVD Sales: Deathly Helps Bring Life to DVD Sales

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DVD Sales: Tangled in Tight Race on Top

Despite having to deal with several new releases, Tangled was able to remain on top of the sales chart this week, albeit in a close race. It sold an additional 807,000 units over the week for a total of 4.27 million units, while its revenue rose to $65.17 million. More...

DVD Sales: Tangled Straightens Out the Competition

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

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Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Tangled

Tangled hit quite a snag trying to get to theaters. The film was originally supposed to be more of a faithful adaptation of Rapunzel, but after The Princess and the Frog missed expectations, they decided they needed to refocus the film. This resulted in spiraling costs and in the end, the production budget topped out at $260 million. That makes it the most expensive animated movie of all time and the second most expensive movie ever. Were those dollars well spent? Can you see the quality in the final product? More...

International Box Office: Rango Moseys to the Top

Rango climbed into first place on the international chart this weekend adding $24.05 million on 5214 screens in 46 markets to its two-week total of $47.18 million. It opened in first place in Australia with $2.73 million on 296 screens, while it finished a very close second in Brazil with $1.75 million on 330 screens over the weekend for a total opening on $2.75 million. As far as holdovers go, it was down just 6% in the U.K. to $2.48 million on 471 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.82 million after two. It was able to remain in first place in Mexico with $2.13 million on 927 screens over the weekend and $5.82 million after two. With debuts in Russia, France, Italy, Japan, and other markets still ahead, it should have little troublen hitting $100 million internationally and $250 million worldwide making it the biggest hit of the year, so far. More...

International Box Office: Swan's Song a Three-Part Harmony

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International Box Office: Swan and Speech Have Unlimited Success

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International Box Office: Swan in the Spotlight

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International Box Office: Tangled Sets Sights on Major Milestone

Tangled's international run is coming close to an end, but it has a couple of major milestones left to reach. Over the weekend it added $23.90 million on 5186 screens in 42 markets for a total of $288.33 million internationally and $479.40 million worldwide. At this point next week it will have $300 million internationally and $500 million worldwide. In order to reach profitability before it hits the home market, it will need to get past the $600 million mark worldwide, which is likely out of reach. However, assuming it does well on the home market, reaching profitability is inevitable at this point. This week it opened in Spain with $5.61 million on 650 screens, which was enough for first place over the weekend and the third best Disney debut in that market. Meanwhile, the film was down just 11% during its second weekend of release in the U.K., adding $7.38 million on 448 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $17.35 million. And, it has yet to open in Japan, so it is not done yet. More...

International Box Office: Tangled Returns to Top

Tangled opened in first place in the U.K. and that helped it climb back into first place internationally this weekend. In the U.K., it earned $8.11 million on 445 screens, which is roughly equivalent to its opening here. It's a little complicated comparing the two, as it opened on a Wednesday domestically, and it also opened on a major holiday. It was a better opening than Despicable Me, and that film earned just over $30 million in the U.K. along and almost $300 million internationally. Overall Tangled added $17.34 million on 4,534 screens in 37 markets for totals of $256.54 million internationally and $446.12 million worldwide. At this pace, $500 million worldwide is practically a lock. More...

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International Box Office: Tangled Continues Earning the Green

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International Box Office: Tangled Web of Confusion

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Weekend Estimates: Fockers Narrowly Beats True Grit

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International Box Office: Little Leads the Way, Maybe

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International Box Office: Bullet Gunning for Number One

The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader remained in top spot over the weekend, but it fell more than 50% to $31.53 million on 10,107 screens in 61 markets for a total of $126.02 million internationally. Over the weekend it opened in Germany, but only managed second place with $2.46 million on 893 screens, which is about 40% less than Prince Caspian made during its opening weekend and less than half of what the original opened with. It was down 50% in Russia, but still going strong with $3.89 million on 1284 screens over the weekend for a total of $16.29 million after two. In France it held well, down just 40% to $3.10 million on 739 screens over the weekend and $8.77 million in total. It will not match its predecessors at the box office, but it should make enough internationally that it will break even, eventually. More...

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Voyage of the Damned

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The Beginning of the Voyage

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International Box Office: Harry Tumbles But Still Wins Race

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Tangled Snares the Competition

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New Releases Won't Get in the Way

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International Box Office: Potter Maintains Century Run

For the second weekend in a row, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I was able to top $100 million on the international box office chart, adding $115.62 million on 16,093 screens in 61 markets for a total of $386.10 million internationally and $605.16 million worldwide. It became only the 56th film to reach $600 million worldwide, and some analysts are now predicting $1 billion is more likely than not. More...

King of the Per Theater Chart

Oscar hopeful, The King's Speech, took one giant leap forward in its quest to bring home the hardware as it topped the weekend per theater chart with and average of $88,863. You can't vote for a movie you haven't seen, so strong box office numbers usually mean more Awards Season Buzz, which in turn usually means better box office numbers. As it did on the overall box office chart, Tangled had to settle for second place on the per theater chart, but its average of $13,535 is still excellent for a saturation level release. The Legend of Pale Male was very close behind with $12,910 in its lone theater. Rounding out the $10,000 club was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, with an average of $11,900. This is way lower than last week, but not many films earn an average of more than $10,000 during their second weekend of release while playing in more than 4000 theaters. More...

Tangled Nearly Ties Potter

As expected, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I led the way on the box office chart, but Tangled was stiffer competition than almost anyone thought it would be. Both were able to outperform the New Moon / The Blind Side one-two punch from last year. But the rest of the chart was not as strong, leading to three-day declines of 3% from last weekend and 6% from last year with $183 million. Over five days, the box office pulled in $264 million, which is again 3% lower than last year. 2010's lead over 2009 has been cut to 2% at $9.66 billion to $9.46 billion, which is not enough to assume 2010 will come out on top in the end, but it should be close. More...

Thanksgiving Estimates: Deathly Hallows and Tangled Neck-and-Neck

A close battle for top spot at the box office led to a generally healthy Thanksgiving weekend, which looks set to be the second-biggest overall, behind last year's Twilight-dominated feast. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I lays claim to the number one berth with a very solid $50.345 million estimate, according to Warner Bros., but Tangled is close behind with Disney putting its opening three day weekend at $49.1 million. Tangled has posted better day-to-day numbers, particularly since Thanksgiving Day itself, and topped the chart on Saturday. More...

Will Harry Potter Eat Up the Competition?

Its the Thanksgiving long weekend and the official start of the winter holiday blockbuster season. While there are four wide releases making their debut tonight, it will likely be a holdover, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, that wins the box office race. Such was the case last year when New Moon repeated on top. It will be interesting to see whether or not Harry Potter will have stronger legs, whether or not the new releases get off to faster starts, and whether or not the overall box office is better. More...

Contest: Tasty Treats

It's Thanksgiving long weekend next weekend, which could make our weekly box office prediction contest a little more complicated for a couple reasons. First of all, our target film, Tangled, opens on Wednesday, but we are only interested in the Friday to Sunday number. Secondly, Thanksgiving is just a confusing weekend much of the time. You would think family films would do huge business, but a lot of the time, families are too busy eating to see a movie. Fortunately, we do have a really big prize to entice people to enter. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Tangled. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Avatar: Extended Collector's Edtion on Blu-ray. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of a different "Humans fighting on an alien world" movie, Predators on Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/11/24 2 $11,869,194   3,603 $3,294   $11,869,194 1
2010/11/25 2 $8,070,052 -32% 3,603 $2,240   $19,939,246 2
2010/11/26 2 $19,548,825 +142% 3,603 $5,426   $39,488,071 3
2010/11/27 2 $18,553,073 -5% 3,603 $5,149   $58,041,144 4
2010/11/28 1 $10,665,154 -43% 3,603 $2,960   $68,706,298 5
2010/11/29 2 $1,771,169 -83% 3,603 $492   $70,477,467 6
2010/11/30 2 $1,697,522 -4% 3,603 $471   $72,174,989 7
2010/12/01 2 $1,359,351 -20% 3,603 $377   $73,534,340 8
2010/12/02 2 $1,427,581 +5% 3,603 $396   $74,961,921 9
2010/12/03 1 $5,146,398 +260% 3,603 $1,428   $80,108,319 10
2010/12/04 1 $9,947,510 +93% 3,603 $2,761   $90,055,829 11
2010/12/05 1 $6,514,983 -35% 3,603 $1,808   $96,570,812 12
2010/12/06 2 $1,049,654 -84% 3,603 $291   $97,620,466 13
2010/12/07 2 $1,255,155 +20% 3,603 $348   $98,875,621 14
2010/12/08 2 $1,096,503 -13% 3,603 $304   $99,972,124 15
2010/12/09 2 $1,091,749 n/c 3,603 $303   $101,063,873 16
2010/12/10 3 $3,421,218 +213% 3,565 $960   $104,485,091 17
2010/12/11 2 $6,690,021 +96% 3,565 $1,877   $111,175,112 18
2010/12/12 2 $4,220,448 -37% 3,565 $1,184   $115,395,560 19
2010/12/13 3 $872,078 -79% 3,565 $245   $116,267,638 20
2010/12/14 3 $1,002,186 +15% 3,565 $281   $117,269,824 21
2010/12/15 3 $866,455 -14% 3,565 $243   $118,136,279 22
2010/12/16 3 $1,006,653 +16% 3,565 $282   $119,142,932 23
2010/12/17 8 $2,182,299 +117% 3,201 $682   $121,325,231 24
2010/12/18 5 $3,786,756 +74% 3,201 $1,183   $125,111,987 25
2010/12/19 5 $2,806,289 -26% 3,201 $877   $127,918,276 26
2010/12/20 4 $1,988,674 -29% 3,201 $621   $129,906,950 27
2010/12/21 4 $2,462,425 +24% 3,201 $769   $132,369,375 28
2010/12/22 6 $2,255,536 -8% 3,201 $705   $134,624,911 29
2010/12/23 6 $2,642,596 +17% 3,201 $826   $137,267,507 30
2010/12/24 6 $1,722,293 -35% 2,582 $667   $138,989,800 31
2010/12/25 11 $2,074,178 +20% 2,582 $803   $141,063,978 32
2010/12/26 9 $2,631,345 +27% 2,582 $1,019   $143,695,323 33
2010/12/27 6 $3,238,433 +23% 2,582 $1,254   $146,933,756 34
2010/12/28 6 $3,626,074 +12% 2,582 $1,404   $150,559,830 35
2010/12/29 5 $3,718,717 +3% 2,582 $1,440   $154,278,547 36
2010/12/30 5 $3,740,348 +1% 2,582 $1,449   $158,018,895 37
2010/12/31 6 $3,265,495 -13% 2,582 $1,265   $161,284,390 38
2011/01/01 9 $3,756,726 +15% 2,582 $1,455   $165,041,116 39
2011/01/02 8 $2,780,870 -26% 2,582 $1,077   $167,821,986 40
2011/01/03 7 $1,131,939 -59% 2,582 $438   $168,953,925 41
2011/01/04 10 $714,344 -37% 2,582 $277   $169,668,269 42
2011/01/05 10 $513,820 -28% 2,582 $199   $170,182,089 43
2011/01/06 9 $486,309 -5% 2,582 $188   $170,668,398 44
2011/01/07 12 $1,168,434 +140% 2,383 $490   $171,836,832 45
2011/01/08 10 $2,438,878 +109% 2,383 $1,023   $174,275,710 46
2011/01/09 10 $1,503,786 -38% 2,383 $631   $175,779,496 47
2011/01/10 10 $275,746 -82% 2,383 $116   $176,055,242 48
2011/01/11 12 $319,085 +16% 2,383 $134   $176,374,327 49
2011/01/12 11 $323,533 +1% 2,383 $136   $176,697,860 50
2011/01/13 11 $330,179 +2% 2,383 $139   $177,028,039 51
2011/01/14 12 $832,750 +152% 2,048 $407   $177,860,789 52
2011/01/15 11 $1,769,264 +112% 2,048 $864   $179,630,053 53
2011/01/16 11 $1,380,995 -22% 2,048 $674   $181,011,048 54
2011/01/17 7 $1,655,647 +20% 2,048 $808   $182,666,695 55
2011/01/18 12 $244,075 -85% 2,048 $119   $182,910,770 56
2011/01/19 11 $175,913 -28% 2,048 $86   $183,086,683 57
2011/01/20 12 $187,816 +7% 2,048 $92   $183,274,499 58
2011/01/21 11 $650,276 +246% 1,860 $350   $183,924,775 59
2011/01/22 11 $1,563,802 +140% 1,860 $841   $185,488,577 60
2011/01/23 9 $867,848 -45% 1,860 $467   $186,356,425 61
2011/01/24 12 $183,604 -79% 1,860 $99   $186,540,029 62
2011/01/25 12 $162,643 -11% 1,860 $87   $186,702,672 63
2011/01/26 12 $149,075 -8% 1,860 $80   $186,851,747 64
2011/01/27 10 $198,477 +33% 1,860 $107   $187,050,224 65
2011/01/28 14 $502,795 +153% 1,589 $316   $187,553,019 66
2011/01/29 12 $1,213,517 +141% 1,589 $764   $188,766,536 67
2011/01/30 11 $810,249 -33% 1,589 $510   $189,576,785 68
2011/01/31 12 $148,730 -82% 1,589 $94   $189,725,515 69
2011/02/01 12 $138,419 -7% 1,589 $87   $189,863,934 70
2011/02/02 11 $185,834 +34% 1,589 $117   $190,049,768 71
2011/02/03 12 $172,907 -7% 1,589 $109   $190,222,675 72
2011/02/04 14 $397,029 +130% 1,369 $290   $190,619,704 73
2011/02/05 13 $998,723 +152% 1,369 $730   $191,618,427 74
2011/02/06 11 $454,876 -54% 1,369 $332   $192,073,303 75
2011/02/07 15 $103,934 -77% 1,369 $76   $192,177,237 76
2011/02/08 16 $99,984 -4% 1,369 $73   $192,277,221 77
2011/02/09 16 $99,490 n/c 1,369 $73   $192,376,711 78
2011/02/10 15 $114,136 +15% 1,369 $83   $192,490,847 79
2011/02/11 17 $158,297 +39% 784 $202   $192,649,144 80
2011/02/12 16 $399,117 +152% 784 $509   $193,048,261 81
2011/02/13 16 $256,435 -36% 784 $327   $193,304,696 82
2011/02/14 - $105,939 -59% 784 $135   $193,410,635 83
2011/02/15 - $48,563 -54% 784 $62   $193,459,198 84
2011/02/16 - $46,800 -4% 784 $60   $193,505,998 85
2011/02/17 - $57,589 +23% 784 $73   $193,563,587 86
2011/02/21 16 $208,739   389 $537   $194,306,677 90
2011/02/22 - $55,278 -74% 389 $142   $194,361,955 91
2011/02/23 - $45,960 -17% 389 $118   $194,407,915 92
2011/02/24 - $51,873 +13% 389 $133   $194,459,788 93
2011/05/30 56 $3,953   34 $116   $200,675,324 188

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/11/26 2 $48,767,052   3,603 $13,535   $68,706,298 5
2010/12/03 1 $21,608,891 -56% 3,603 $5,997   $96,570,812 12
2010/12/10 3 $14,331,687 -34% 3,565 $4,020   $115,395,560 19
2010/12/17 5 $8,775,344 -39% 3,201 $2,741   $127,918,276 26
2010/12/24 7 $6,427,816 -27% 2,582 $2,489   $143,695,323 33
2010/12/31 7 $9,803,091 +53% 2,582 $3,797   $167,821,986 40
2011/01/07 10 $5,111,098 -48% 2,383 $2,145   $175,779,496 47
2011/01/14 11 $3,983,009 -22% 2,048 $1,945   $181,011,048 54
2011/01/21 11 $3,081,926 -23% 1,860 $1,657   $186,356,425 61
2011/01/28 13 $2,526,561 -18% 1,589 $1,590   $189,576,785 68
2011/02/04 13 $1,850,628 -27% 1,369 $1,352   $192,073,303 75
2011/02/11 16 $813,849 -56% 784 $1,038   $193,304,696 82
2011/02/18 21 $534,351 -34% 389 $1,374   $194,097,938 89
2011/02/25 22 $421,474 -21% 337 $1,251   $194,881,262 96
2011/03/04 18 $790,248 +87% 421 $1,877   $195,784,588 103
2011/03/11 17 $640,753 -19% 363 $1,765   $196,675,983 110
2011/03/18 17 $616,057 -4% 334 $1,844   $197,714,178 117
2011/03/25 18 $550,994 -11% 301 $1,831   $198,526,569 124
2011/04/01 21 $336,339 -39% 276 $1,219   $199,084,028 131
2011/04/08 27 $220,670 -34% 239 $923   $199,441,791 138
2011/04/15 36 $85,574 -61% 184 $465   $199,584,484 145
2011/04/22 55 $31,368 -63% 80 $392   $199,665,782 152
2011/04/29 63 $16,475 -47% 48 $343   $199,695,811 159
2011/05/06 88 $5,343 -68% 17 $314   $199,706,314 166
2011/05/13 83 $6,351 +19% 9 $706   $199,714,630 173
2011/05/20 12 $910,502 +14,236% 191 $4,767   $200,627,301 180
2011/05/27 32 $131,938 -86% 34 $3,881   $200,803,309 187

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/3/201112,970,052 2,970,052$44,521,079$44,521,0791
4/10/20111676,150-77% 3,646,202$11,102,383$55,623,4622
4/17/20112422,723-37% 4,068,925$7,182,064$62,805,5263
4/24/20112789,714+87% 4,858,639$11,387,676$74,193,2024
5/1/20113233,517-70% 5,092,156$3,600,832$77,794,0345
5/8/20116128,919-45% 5,221,075$2,281,866$80,075,9016
5/15/20115138,020+7% 5,359,095$2,482,980$82,558,8807
5/22/20115129,617-6% 5,488,712$1,850,931$84,409,8118
5/29/20115111,891-14% 5,600,603$1,565,355$85,975,1669
6/5/2011582,307-26% 5,682,910$1,175,344$87,150,51010
6/12/20111261,392-25% 5,744,302$938,070$88,088,58011
6/19/20111545,669-26% 5,789,971$785,507$88,874,08712
6/26/20111453,263+17% 5,843,234$862,861$89,736,94713
7/3/20111741,370-22% 5,864,245$635,030$90,032,79314
7/10/20111143,713+6% 5,907,958$670,995$90,703,78815
7/17/20111236,637-16% 5,944,595$549,189$91,252,97616
7/24/20111630,652-16% 5,975,247$536,103$91,789,08017
7/31/20111731,806+4% 6,007,053$488,222$92,277,30218
8/7/20111426,519-17% 6,033,572$397,520$92,674,82219
8/14/20111726,004-2% 6,059,576$402,802$93,077,62420
8/21/20112022,368-14% 6,081,944$336,862$93,414,48621
8/28/20112122,894+2% 6,104,838$343,181$93,757,66722
9/4/20112021,611-6% 6,126,449$316,169$94,073,83623
9/11/20112617,085-21% 6,143,534$247,562$94,321,39724
9/18/20113012,482-27% 6,156,016$179,117$94,500,51425
9/25/20112811,287-10% 6,167,303$157,905$94,658,41926
10/2/20112612,964+15% 6,180,267$181,366$94,839,78527
10/9/20113011,300-13% 6,191,567$172,664$95,012,44928
11/20/20112914,013 6,228,307$248,591$95,630,74534
1/22/20122227,892 6,332,788$427,305$97,284,18143
1/29/20121929,569+6% 6,362,357$487,593$97,771,77444
2/5/20122031,021+5% 6,393,378$538,214$98,309,98845
2/12/20122031,592+2% 6,424,970$568,340$98,878,32846
4/8/20121761,902 6,500,593$901,293$99,993,82454
4/22/20121445,138 6,548,187$586,343$100,616,58956
4/29/2012857,909+28% 6,606,096$752,238$101,368,82757
5/6/20121639,230-32% 6,645,326$588,058$101,956,88558
6/9/20132714,491 6,819,090$235,334$104,821,447115
3/30/20141917,341 8,577,434$294,624$134,615,013157
4/13/20142416,625 8,601,657$282,459$135,026,562159
5/4/20142015,543 8,650,048$232,523$135,727,739162
5/11/20143016,213+4% 8,666,261$242,546$135,970,285163
5/18/20142416,381+1% 8,682,642$245,060$136,215,345164
6/8/20142713,714 8,720,813$247,675$136,902,251167

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/3/201111,036,970 1,036,970$25,789,444$25,789,4441
4/10/20112197,158-81% 1,234,128$5,392,259$31,181,7032
4/17/2011574,045-62% 1,308,172$2,072,512$33,254,2153
4/24/20113164,605+122% 1,472,778$4,506,898$37,761,1134
5/1/2011443,125-74% 1,515,903$1,320,930$39,082,0435
5/8/2011534,307-20% 1,550,210$1,063,173$40,145,2166
5/15/2011537,324+9% 1,587,534$1,156,663$41,301,8797
5/22/2011925,817-31% 1,613,351$774,263$42,076,1428
5/29/2011522,420-13% 1,635,771$704,423$42,780,5659
6/5/20111217,045-24% 1,652,816$511,186$43,291,75110
7/10/2011625,533 1,708,191$769,312$44,983,73915
2/5/20122013,754 1,867,468$358,431$49,519,35545
2/12/20121421,754+58% 1,889,222$601,920$50,121,27546
4/8/20121523,009 1,933,832$713,042$51,503,72254
4/29/20121611,091 1,957,804$290,589$52,139,24857

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Cast

Zachary Levi    Flynn Rider
Mandy Moore    Rapunzel
Donna Murphy    Mother Gothel
Bob Bergen    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Nathan Greno
Director    Byron Howard
Screenwriter    Dan Fogelman
Producer    Roy Conli
Executive Producer    John Lasseter
Executive Producer    Glen Keane
Editor    Tim Mertens
Composer    Alan Menken
Song Writer    Alan Menken
Song Writer    Glenn Slater
Music Supervisor    Tom MacDougall
Production Designer    Douglas Roger
Art Director    David Goetz
Art Director    Dan Cooper
Visual Effects Supervisor    Steve Goldberg
Head of Story    Mark Kennedy
Head of Layout    Scott Beattie
Technical Supervisor    Mark Hammel
Animation Supervisor    Glen Keane
Animation Supervisor    John Kahrs
Animation Supervisor    Clay Kaytis
Supervising Animator    Lino Di Salvo
Supervising Animator    Mark Mitchell
Sound Designer    Cameron Frankley
Re-recording Mixer    David E. Fluhr
Re-recording Mixer    Dean Zupancic
Associate Producer    Aimee Scribner
Casting Director    Jamie Sparer Roberts