This Means War

This Means War poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $54,760,791Details
International Box Office $102,213,766
Worldwide Box Office $156,974,557
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $12,225,906 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,934,433 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $16,160,339
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

The world’s two foremost covert CIA operatives are trained assassins and master spies. They've saved the world on countless occasions, but these partners and best friends are about to experience the one situation way beyond their formidable skills - when they realize they're in love with the same woman. For the now-divided duo, this means war – and they’re coming at each other with an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
26% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$65,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 17th, 2012 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: May 22nd, 2012 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content including references, some violence and action, and for language.
(Rating bulletin 2208, 2/1/2012)
Running Time: 120 minutes
Keywords: Relationship Advice, Revenge, Love Triangle, Romance, Secret Agent
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Overbrook Entertainment, Robert Simonds Company, 20th Century Fox

Cast

   Lauren
   FDR Foster
   Tuck
Til Schweiger    Heinrich
Chelsea Handler    Trish
Abigail Leigh Spencer    Katie
Angela Bassett    Collins
Rosemary Harris    Nana Foster
George Touliatos    Grandpa Foster
Clint Carleton    Jonas
Warren Christie    Steve
Leela Savasta    Kelly
Natassia Malthe    Xenia
Laura Vandervoort    Britta
Dominique Bourassa Brownes    Hong Kong Beauty
Paul Wu    Korean Leader
Daren A. Herbert    Agent Bothwick
Kevin O'Grady    Agent Boyles
Jesse Reid    Agent Dickerman
Viv Leacock    Agent Downing
Jenny Slate    Emily
Kasey Ryne Mazak    Ken (Sushi Chef)
Kevan Ohtsji    Sushi Chef
Blaine Patry    Bucket Head Kid
Aleks Paunovic    Karate Dad
Joey Forfellow    Karate Kid
Jakob Davies    Boy with Glasses
Patrick Monroe    Tuck Sparing Partner
Elizabeth Weinstein    Smart Consumer Receptionist "Ella"
Ash Lee    Smart Consumer Employee
Conrad Coates    Smart Consumer Guard "Hudson"
Lauren Dowe    Sweater Set Girl
Lee Razavi    Goth Girl
Affion Crockett    Video Clerk
Jennifer Kitchen    Focus Group Women
Lossen Chambers    Focus Group Women
John Stewart    Trish's Husband
Jill Teed    CIA Agent
Patrick Sabongui    CIA Agent
Graeme Goodhall    Dancer (Waiter)
Alex Pesusich    Dancer (Waiter)
Che Pritchard    Dancer (Waiter)
Louise Hradsky    Dancer
Kirstyn Konig    Dancer
Tyrell Witherspoon    Dancer
Richard O'Sullivan    Dancer
Jen Oleksuik    Dancer
Paul Becker    Choreographer
Allan Gray    Tailor
Daruisz Slowick    Strip Club Bouncer
Mike Dopud    Ivan
Klodyne Rodney    Dog Shelter Worker "Betty"
Mason Brown    Dog Shelter Kid "Nick"
Thomas J. Potter    CIA Clerk Jenkins
Desiree Zurowski    Older Family Friend
Fred Henderson    Older Family Friend
Mamie Laverock    Mamie
Gretal Montgomery    Flight Attendant "Maya"
Michael Papajohn    German Goon
Arien Boey    Trish's Kid
Derek Waters    Valet
Mike Johnson    Heinrich's Driver
Panou    CIA Handler (Helicoper Handler)

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Timothy Dowling
Screenwriter    Simon Kinberg
Story Creator    Timothy Dowling
Story Creator    Marcus Gautessen
Producer    Robert Simonds
Producer    James Lassiter
Producer    Will Smith
Producer    Simon Kinberg
Executive Producer    Michael Green
Executive Producer    Jeffrey Evan Kwatinetz
Executive Producer    Brent O'Connor
Executive Producer    Lisa Stewart
Cinematographer    Russell Carpenter
Production Designer    Martin Laing
Editor    Nicolas de Toth
Costume Designer    Sophie de Rakoff
Composer    Christophe Beck
U.S. Casting    Kim Davis-Wagner
U.S. Casting    Justine Baddeley
Canadian Casting    Coreen Mayrs
Canadian Casting    Heike Brandstatter

International Box Office: Madagascar Cracks Quarter Billion

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted held firm on top of the international chart with $52.82 million on 11,633 screens in 43 markets for a total of $158.43 million internationally and $277.44 million worldwide. It fell just 36% in Russia for a weekend haul of $10.09 million on 1,830 screens over the weekend and a total of $36.00 million after two. Quite frankly, this is a stunning hold. Russia is known for steep declines (drop-offs greater than 60% are the norm). At this pace, the film could top The Avengers as the biggest hit in the market this year by this time next week. In Mexico, it made $5.03 million on 572 screens over the weekend for a total of $14.82 million after two, while in Brazil it managed $4.19 million on 870 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.53 million after two. In both of those markets the film remained in top spot. On the other hand, it slipped to second place during its second weekend in France down 45% to $4.41 million on 685 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.17 million so far. This is about on par with its run here. With many, many major markets left ahead of it, the film should have little trouble reaching more major milestones, while it should break even before it reaches the lucrative home market. More...

DVD Sales: Truth Wins Out

True Blood was the only major release on this week's DVD sales chart crushing newcomers and holdovers alike. It sold 717,000 units / $21.52 million during its opening week, which is fantastic for a TV on DVD release. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Red Revels in Blu

New releases took the top four spots in the Blu-ray sales chart. Red Tails took first place with 446,000 units / $10.25 million for a 48% opening week Blu-ray share. The film was expensive to make and it didn't perform well enough in theaters, but its home market numbers are better. More...

DVD Sales: A Colorful Couple Weeks on DVD

After a major change on the back end of site, we have two weeks of home market numbers to get to, starting with the week ending on May 20th. New releases dominated the chart taking the top three spots and four of the top six. The Grey earned first place with 360,000 units / $6.12 million. This is a fine start given its theatrical run, but not an exceptional one. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 22nd, 2012

It's a strange week on the home market. There are not a lot of films on this week's list, but there are more first run releases than normal, while we are also moving into the summer TV schedule, so a lot of those shows are getting home market releases this week, in preparation for their upcoming seasons. The list is top-heavy, not very deep, and lacks contenders for for Pick of the Week. The Secret World of Arrietty is the best release and the Blu-ray looks amazing, but there are not a lot of extras to be found. Likewise, Sherlock: Season Two is a great show, but the DVD and Blu-ray don't have a lot of extras, plus the price-per-minute is rather high for a TV on DVD release. I have high hopes for The Woman in Black, but the screener is late. In the end I'm going with The Secret World of Arrietty, but the other two are Honorable Mentions. More...

International Box Office: John Carter's International Run is Heavenly

John Carter's international run is heavenly, at least compared to its domestic run. It's weak compared to its production budget. This weekend it added $40.7 million in 54 markets for a total of $126.10 million. It opened huge in China with $10.4 million, while it held on reasonably well in Russia earning $6.60 million on 939 screens over the weekend for a total of $26.10 million after two. At this pace, getting to $200 million internationally and $300 million worldwide might be difficult. And that would be the minimum needed to save face. More...

International Box Office: John Carter's Earthly Opening

John Carter absolutely dominated the international box office; however, this is because of how wide it opened, not how strong its opening was. Over the weekend, it earned $66.12 million on 18,890 screens in 51 markets for a total opening of $68.93 million. Its per screen average was a mere $3,500, which is low for this type of release. There were some highlights, led by a first place, $16.55 million opening on 939 screens in Russia. It also opened in first place in Mexico with $3.42 million on 1,144, which is better than Journey 2: The Mysterious Island opened with earlier in the year. On the other hand, it's first place opening in the U.K. was more subdued at $3.07 million on 456 screens. More...

International Box Office: Journey About to Come to an End

It was a slow week on the international chart with only three films that topped $10 million. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island was the best, earning $15.7 million on 6,381 screens in 52 markets for a total of 185.6 million internationally and $270.8 million worldwide. It has now topped the original worldwide as well as internationally. The film opened in Germany with a mediocre total of $1.68 million on 424 screens. However, it is already a success, so the studio shouldn't complain about that result. The film has yet to open in Japan, but when it does, it should be above $300 million worldwide. More...

International Box Office: Ghost Rider Burns the Competition

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance rose to first place with $21.44 million on 4,889 screens in 28 markets for a two-week total of $45.74 million. This week it opened in a trio of major markets, starting with Russia where it debuted in first place with $8.18 million on 913 screens. By comparison, Ghost Rider made $7.77 million in total in that market, so this is a great start. On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in Germany with $2.32 million on 428, which is roughly on par with its predecessor's opening. But it only managed third place in Spain with $1.16 million on 439. By comparison, the film made $3.12 million during its opening there. Mixed results make it difficult to predict the film's final box office number, but I think it is safe to say there won't be a Ghost Rider 3 any time soon. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Valor Acts Up

There was a surprise winner at the box office this weekend as Act of Valor opened on the very high end of expectations while Good Deeds did the opposite. Overall, more films missed expectations than met them and this led to a 14% drop-off from last week. However, the total haul of $134 million was still 23% higher than the same weekend last year, which stretches the winning streak to eight weeks. Or to put it another way, every single weekend this year has been higher than the corresponding weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2012 is ahead of last year's pace by 18% at $1.62 billion to $1.38 billion. There is some bad news going forward, as I don't think March 2012 is as strong as March 2011. More...

International Box Office: Journey Around the World

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island remained on top of the international chart with $27.5 million on 8,249 screens in 43 markets for a total of $130.0 million internationally. By comparison, its predecessor made $140 million in total. This week, The Mysterious Island opened in second place in France with $2.71 million on 436 screens, while it managed first place in Spain with $2.10 million on 468. The film is almost at $200 million worldwide, and with several major markets left to go, it should have no trouble getting to $250 million and maybe even $300 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases Stumble, but Winning Streak Still Safe

Two of the three wide releases missed expectations and the best of the bunch, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, only managed third place over the weekend. However, the overall box office still pulled out a win in the year-over-year comparison. The box office did fall 19% from last weekend to $156 million, but this was 8% higher than the same weekend last year, which is much more important. The lead over last year grew to over $200 million at $1.46 billion to $1.23 billion, or 18%. Granted, it is still too early to celebrate, but so far the year-over-year numbers are fantastic while next weekend it looks even better. More...

Weekend Estimates: Safe House and The Vow Neck-and-Neck for Presidents' Honors

A tight battle is brewing for box office honors this weekend, based on the studios' Sunday estimates. Safe House is currently ahead, with Universal predicting a $24 million 3-day weekend. The Vow runs in second place with $23.6 million according to Sony, which also has Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance in third place with $22 million. Adding to the uncertainty, the most family-friendly film in the top ten, Journey 2: Mysterious Island is only a few million back, with Warner Bros. projecting it will make $20.1 million through Sunday. Overall, it looks as though Safe House will win both the 3-day and 4-day races, although Journey 2 could win Monday. More...

Weekend Predictions: Is the Box Office Back with a Vengeance?

We enter Presidents Day long weekend with a substantial lead on 2011. (Although we are way behind 2010's and even 2009's pace. I choose to focus on the positive.) There are some good signs going into this weekend. Depending on who you talk to, there are two or three films that could hit $20 million over the three-day weekend and five or six that could reach $10 million. The best new release of the week, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance could make more than $30 million over three days and $40 million over four. There is some bad news, as this weekend last year was also pretty potent with six films earning more than $10 million over the three-day weekend. However, 2012 has better strength at the top, which should help it earn yet another win. More...

2012 Preview: February

2012 got off to a great start, with January earning four wins in a row in the year-over-year comparison and finishing the month with a double-digit lead over 2011's pace. This has made me very hopeful going forward. That said, there are fourteen films opening wide or being re-released wide in February, and I don't think there's a $100 million hit in the group. In fact, I don't think any will get all that close to the century mark. There are several that should be solid mid-level hits and with a little luck, half of them could reached $50 million and there are five that could reach $75 million. Last February, Just Go With It topped $100 million while Gnomeo and Juliet came within $33,000 of doing the same. We won't replicate that this year, so we have to hope for a lot more depth. If films like Safe House, Journey 2, Ghost Rider 2, The Phantom Menace: 3D and The Vow all meet expectations, then perhaps 2012 will continue its hot start. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/02/17 4 $5,583,770   3,189 $1,751   $7,193,575 1
2012/02/18 5 $6,893,519 +23% 3,189 $2,162   $14,087,094 2
2012/02/19 5 $4,928,641 -29% 3,189 $1,546   $19,015,735 3
2012/02/20 5 $2,600,982 -47% 3,189 $816   $21,616,717 4
2012/02/21 5 $1,353,590 -48% 3,189 $424   $22,970,307 5
2012/02/22 5 $1,025,112 -24% 3,189 $321   $23,995,419 6
2012/02/23 4 $1,075,217 +5% 3,189 $337   $25,070,636 7
2012/02/24 6 $2,740,087 +155% 3,189 $859   $27,810,723 8
2012/02/25 7 $3,859,941 +41% 3,189 $1,210   $31,670,664 9
2012/02/26 7 $1,824,982 -53% 3,189 $572   $33,495,646 10
2012/02/27 6 $525,498 -71% 3,189 $165   $34,021,144 11
2012/02/28 5 $687,924 +31% 3,189 $216   $34,709,068 12
2012/02/29 5 $543,858 -21% 3,189 $171   $35,252,926 13
2012/03/01 5 $585,713 +8% 3,189 $184   $35,838,639 14
2012/03/02 7 $1,678,176 +187% 2,342 $717   $37,516,815 15
2012/03/03 8 $2,593,035 +55% 2,342 $1,107   $40,109,850 16
2012/03/04 9 $1,290,112 -50% 2,342 $551   $41,399,962 17
2012/03/05 7 $386,058 -70% 2,342 $165   $41,786,020 18
2012/03/06 7 $505,728 +31% 2,342 $216   $42,291,748 19
2012/03/07 6 $404,675 -20% 2,342 $173   $42,696,423 20
2012/03/08 7 $442,927 +9% 2,342 $189   $43,139,350 21
2012/03/09 9 $1,220,791 +176% 1,949 $626   $44,360,141 22
2012/03/10 9 $1,689,506 +38% 1,949 $867   $46,049,647 23
2012/03/11 10 $845,763 -50% 1,949 $434   $46,895,410 24
2012/03/12 10 $346,527 -59% 1,949 $178   $47,241,937 25
2012/03/13 10 $423,710 +22% 1,949 $217   $47,665,647 26
2012/03/14 10 $351,252 -17% 1,949 $180   $48,016,899 27
2012/03/15 10 $382,883 +9% 1,949 $196   $48,399,782 28
2012/03/16 10 $760,279 +99% 1,660 $458   $49,160,061 29
2012/03/17 9 $921,266 +21% 1,660 $555   $50,081,327 30
2012/03/18 11 $460,215 -50% 1,660 $277   $50,541,542 31
2012/03/19 11 $172,476 -63% 1,660 $104   $50,714,018 32
2012/03/20 11 $213,030 +24% 1,660 $128   $50,927,048 33
2012/03/21 10 $180,093 -15% 1,660 $108   $51,107,141 34
2012/03/22 10 $177,596 -1% 1,660 $107   $51,284,737 35
2012/03/23 11 $323,935 +82% 1,188 $273   $51,608,672 36
2012/03/24 12 $449,714 +39% 1,188 $379   $52,058,386 37
2012/03/25 12 $212,332 -53% 1,188 $179   $52,270,718 38
2012/03/26 12 $89,544 -58% 1,188 $75   $52,360,262 39
2012/03/27 12 $102,750 +15% 1,188 $86   $52,463,012 40
2012/03/28 11 $93,230 -9% 1,188 $78   $52,556,242 41
2012/03/29 11 $103,047 +11% 1,188 $87   $52,659,289 42
2012/03/30 - $142,223 +38% 575 $247   $52,801,512 43
2012/03/31 - $183,736 +29% 575 $320   $52,985,248 44
2012/04/01 - $91,686 -50% 575 $159   $53,076,934 45
2012/04/02 - $36,444 -60% 575 $63   $53,113,378 46
2012/04/03 - $47,324 +30% 575 $82   $53,160,702 47
2012/04/04 - $35,041 -26% 575 $61   $53,195,743 48
2012/04/05 - $44,405 +27% 575 $77   $53,240,148 49
2012/04/06 - $92,472 +108% 321 $288   $53,332,620 50
2012/04/07 - $93,660 +1% 321 $292   $53,426,280 51
2012/04/08 - $50,899 -46% 321 $159   $53,477,179 52
2012/04/09 - $28,611 -44% 321 $89   $53,505,790 53
2012/04/10 - $27,389 -4% 321 $85   $53,533,179 54
2012/04/11 - $25,914 -5% 321 $81   $53,559,093 55
2012/04/12 - $25,704 -1% 321 $80   $53,584,797 56
2012/04/13 - $86,539 +237% 284 $305   $53,671,336 57
2012/04/14 - $110,608 +28% 284 $389   $53,781,944 58
2012/04/15 - $48,918 -56% 284 $172   $53,830,862 59
2012/04/16 - $14,711 -70% 284 $52   $53,845,573 60
2012/04/17 - $19,897 +35% 284 $70   $53,865,470 61
2012/04/18 - $16,917 -15% 284 $60   $53,882,387 62
2012/04/19 - $19,143 +13% 284 $67   $53,901,530 63
2012/04/20 - $71,216 +272% 293 $243   $53,972,746 64
2012/04/21 - $93,831 +32% 293 $320   $54,066,577 65
2012/04/22 - $44,455 -53% 293 $152   $54,111,032 66
2012/04/23 - $14,083 -68% 293 $48   $54,125,115 67
2012/04/24 - $17,502 +24% 293 $60   $54,142,617 68
2012/04/25 - $16,460 -6% 293 $56   $54,159,077 69
2012/04/26 - $17,406 +6% 293 $59   $54,176,483 70
2012/04/27 - $56,495 +225% 232 $244   $54,232,978 71
2012/04/28 - $81,578 +44% 232 $352   $54,314,556 72
2012/04/29 - $36,481 -55% 232 $157   $54,351,037 73
2012/04/30 - $11,293 -69% 232 $49   $54,362,330 74
2012/05/01 - $14,159 +25% 232 $61   $54,376,489 75
2012/05/02 - $11,914 -16% 232 $51   $54,388,403 76
2012/05/03 - $12,274 +3% 232 $53   $54,400,677 77
2012/05/04 - $28,657 +133% 171 $168   $54,429,334 78
2012/05/05 - $37,160 +30% 171 $217   $54,466,494 79
2012/05/06 - $17,473 -53% 171 $102   $54,483,967 80
2012/05/07 - $8,127 -53% 171 $48   $54,492,094 81
2012/05/08 - $9,269 +14% 171 $54   $54,501,363 82
2012/05/09 - $8,858 -4% 171 $52   $54,510,221 83
2012/05/10 - $9,128 +3% 171 $53   $54,519,349 84
2012/05/11 - $22,073 +142% 132 $167   $54,541,422 85
2012/05/12 - $28,586 +30% 132 $217   $54,570,008 86
2012/05/13 - $16,776 -41% 132 $127   $54,586,784 87
2012/05/14 - $5,681 -66% 132 $43   $54,592,465 88
2012/05/15 - $6,554 +15% 132 $50   $54,599,019 89
2012/05/16 - $6,468 -1% 132 $49   $54,605,487 90
2012/05/17 - $6,655 +3% 132 $50   $54,612,142 91
2012/05/18 - $19,189 +188% 90 $213   $54,631,331 92
2012/05/19 - $28,668 +49% 90 $319   $54,659,999 93
2012/05/20 - $10,705 -63% 90 $119   $54,670,704 94
2012/05/21 - $5,230 -51% 90 $58   $54,675,934 95
2012/05/22 - $5,521 +6% 90 $61   $54,681,455 96
2012/05/23 - $5,478 -1% 90 $61   $54,686,933 97
2012/05/24 - $5,837 +7% 90 $65   $54,692,770 98
2012/05/25 - $8,794 +51% 44 $200   $54,701,564 99
2012/05/26 - $11,025 +25% 44 $251   $54,712,589 100
2012/05/27 - $7,158 -35% 44 $163   $54,719,747 101
2012/05/28 - $6,145 -14% 44 $140   $54,725,892 102
2012/05/29 - $2,819 -54% 44 $64   $54,728,711 103
2012/05/30 - $2,874 +2% 44 $65   $54,731,585 104
2012/05/31 - $3,153 +10% 44 $72   $54,734,738 105
2012/06/01 - $3,997 +27% 25 $160   $54,738,735 106
2012/06/02 - $5,478 +37% 25 $219   $54,744,213 107
2012/06/03 - $2,512 -54% 25 $100   $54,746,725 108
2012/06/04 - $1,305 -48% 25 $52   $54,748,030 109
2012/06/05 - $1,778 +36% 25 $71   $54,749,808 110
2012/06/06 - $1,747 -2% 25 $70   $54,749,777 111
2012/06/07 - $1,841 +5% 25 $74   $54,751,618 112
2012/06/08 - $1,752 -5% 9 $195   $54,755,148 113
2012/06/09 - $2,033 +16% 9 $226   $54,757,181 114
2012/06/10 - $1,280 -37% 9 $142   $54,758,461 115
2012/06/11 - $549 -57% 9 $61   $54,759,010 116
2012/06/12 - $624 +14% 9 $69   $54,759,634 117
2012/06/13 - $455 -27% 9 $51   $54,760,089 118
2012/06/14 - $702 +54% 9 $78   $54,760,791 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/02/17 5 $17,405,930   3,189 $5,458   $19,015,735 3
2012/02/24 7 $8,425,010 -52% 3,189 $2,642   $33,495,646 10
2012/03/02 8 $5,561,323 -34% 2,342 $2,375   $41,399,962 17
2012/03/09 9 $3,756,060 -32% 1,949 $1,927   $46,895,410 24
2012/03/16 10 $2,141,760 -43% 1,660 $1,290   $50,541,542 31
2012/03/23 12 $985,981 -54% 1,188 $830   $52,270,718 38
2012/03/30 16 $417,645 -58% 575 $726   $53,076,934 45
2012/04/06 20 $237,031 -43% 321 $738   $53,477,179 52
2012/04/13 22 $246,065 +4% 284 $866   $53,830,862 59
2012/04/20 22 $209,502 -15% 293 $715   $54,111,032 66
2012/04/27 24 $174,554 -17% 232 $752   $54,351,037 73
2012/05/04 33 $83,290 -52% 171 $487   $54,483,967 80
2012/05/11 36 $67,435 -19% 132 $511   $54,586,784 87
2012/05/18 37 $58,562 -13% 90 $651   $54,670,704 94
2012/05/25 46 $26,977 -54% 44 $613   $54,719,747 101
2012/06/01 65 $11,987 -56% 25 $479   $54,746,725 108
2012/06/08 76 $5,065 -58% 9 $563   $54,758,461 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/27/20122321,943 321,943$4,816,267$4,816,2671
6/3/20124114,591-64% 436,534$1,714,281$6,530,5492
6/10/20121249,109-57% 485,643$769,538$7,300,0873
6/17/20122129,224-40% 514,867$520,479$7,820,5664
6/24/20122426,434-10% 541,301$451,493$8,272,0595
7/1/20122720,700-22% 562,001$353,763$8,625,8226
7/8/20122326,509+28% 588,510$450,123$9,075,9457

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/27/20122110,971 110,971$2,277,130$2,277,1301
6/3/2012621,736-80% 132,707$538,624$2,815,7542
7/8/20122011,801 164,519$189,521$3,397,2247

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