Titanic

Titanic poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $658,672,302Details
International Box Office $1,548,943,366
Worldwide Box Office $2,207,615,668
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
88% - Certified Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 17th, 1997 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
April 4th, 2012 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures, released as Titanic in 3D
April 4th, 2012 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: August 31st, 1999 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language
Running Time: 194 minutes
Keywords: Non-Chronological, Prologue, Underwater, Artists, Voiceover/Narration, Love Triangle, Suicide, Immigration, Relationships Gone Wrong, Inspired by a True Story, 3D Re-release, 3-D, Same Role, Multiple Actors, Romance, Cross-Class Romance, Disaster, Visual Effects, Treasure Hunters, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Lightstorm Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox

Cast

   Jack Dawson
   Rose DeWitt Bukater
Billy Zane    Cal Hockley
Kathy Bates    Molly Brown
Frances Fisher    Ruth DeWitt Bukater
Gloria Stuart    Old Rose
Bill Paxton    Brock Lovett
Bernard Hill    Capt. Edward J. Smith
Jonathan Hyde    J. Bruce Ismay
Victor Garber    Thomas Andrews
David Warner    Spicer Lovejoy
Danny Nucci    Fabrizio
Suzy Amis    Lizzy Calvert
Bernard Fox    Col. Archibald Gradie

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    James Cameron
Producer    James Cameron
Producer    Jon Landau
Executive Producer    Rae Sanchini
Co-Producer    Al Giddings
Co-Producer    Grant Hill
Co-Producer    Sharon Mann
Composer    James Horner
Cinematographer    Russell Carpenter
Cinematographer    Conrad Buff
Cinematographer    James Cameron
Cinematographer    Richard A. Harris
Music Supervisor    Randy Gerston
Production Designer    Peter Lamont
Supervising Art Director    Charles Lee
Art Director    Martin Laing
Set Designer    Marco Niro
Set Designer    Dominic Masters
Set Designer    Peter Francis
Set Decorator    Michael Ford
Costume Designer    Deborah L. Scott
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark Ulano
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Visual Effects Supervisor    Rob Legato
Special Effects Supervisor    Thomas L. Fisher
Associate Producer    Pamela Easley Harris
Assistant Director    Josh McLaglen
Second Unit Director    Steven Quale
Second Unit Camera    Roy Unger
Second Unit Camera    John Stephens
Second Unit Camera    Aaron E. Schneider
Stunt Coordinator    Simon Crane
Casting Director    Mali Finn

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1997/12/19 1 $8,658,814   2,674 $3,238   $8,658,814 1
1997/12/20 1 $10,672,013 +23% 2,674 $3,991   $19,330,827 2
1997/12/21 1 $9,307,304 -13% 2,674 $3,481   $28,638,131 3
1997/12/22 1 $5,578,212 -40% 2,674 $2,086   $34,216,343 4
1997/12/23 1 $6,003,119 +8% 2,674 $2,245   $40,219,462 5
1997/12/24 1 $3,571,345 -41% 2,674 $1,336   $43,790,807 6
1997/12/25 1 $9,178,529 +157% 2,674 $3,433   $52,969,336 7
1997/12/26 1 $12,122,298 +32% 2,711 $4,472   $65,091,634 8
1997/12/27 1 $12,466,455 +3% 2,711 $4,598   $77,558,089 9
1997/12/28 1 $10,866,520 -13% 2,711 $4,008   $88,424,609 10
1997/12/29 1 $7,942,920 -27% 2,711 $2,930   $96,367,529 11
1997/12/30 1 $8,012,909 +1% 2,711 $2,956   $104,380,438 12
1997/12/31 1 $8,213,735 +3% 2,711 $3,030   $112,594,173 13
1998/01/01 1 $11,558,520 +41% 2,711 $4,264   $124,152,693 14
1998/01/02 1 $11,698,861 +1% 2,727 $4,290   $135,851,554 15
1998/01/03 1 $12,726,625 +9% 2,727 $4,667   $148,578,179 16
1998/01/04 1 $8,889,792 -30% 2,727 $3,260   $157,467,971 17
1998/01/05 1 $3,022,271 -66% 2,727 $1,108   $160,490,242 18
1998/01/06 1 $3,044,822 +1% 2,727 $1,117   $163,535,064 19
1998/01/07 1 $2,841,351 -7% 2,727 $1,042   $166,376,415 20
1998/01/08 1 $2,789,088 -2% 2,727 $1,023   $169,165,503 21
1998/01/09 1 $7,738,150 +177% 2,746 $2,818   $176,903,653 22
1998/01/10 1 $12,758,118 +65% 2,746 $4,646   $189,661,771 23
1998/01/11 1 $8,220,042 -36% 2,746 $2,993   $197,881,813 24
1998/01/12 1 $2,170,146 -74% 2,746 $790   $200,051,959 25
1998/01/13 1 $2,386,164 +10% 2,746 $869   $202,438,123 26
1998/01/14 1 $2,095,782 -12% 2,746 $763   $204,533,905 27
1998/01/15 1 $2,200,465 +5% 2,746 $801   $206,734,370 28
1998/01/16 1 $7,418,385 +237% 2,767 $2,681   $214,152,755 29
1998/01/17 1 $12,357,344 +67% 2,767 $4,466   $226,510,099 30
1998/01/18 1 $10,235,305 -17% 2,767 $3,699   $236,745,404 31
1998/01/19 1 $6,003,510 -41% 2,767 $2,170   $242,748,914 32
1998/01/20 1 $2,322,334 -61% 2,767 $839   $245,071,248 33
1998/01/21 1 $2,076,976 -11% 2,767 $751   $247,148,224 34
1998/01/22 1 $2,212,942 +7% 2,767 $800   $249,361,166 35
1998/01/23 1 $7,031,183 +218% 2,771 $2,537   $256,392,349 36
1998/01/24 1 $12,474,937 +77% 2,771 $4,502   $268,867,286 37
1998/01/25 1 $5,732,600 -54% 2,771 $2,069   $274,599,886 38
1998/01/26 1 $1,901,222 -67% 2,771 $686   $276,501,108 39
1998/01/27 1 $1,922,428 +1% 2,771 $694   $278,423,536 40
1998/01/28 1 $1,808,170 -6% 2,771 $653   $280,231,706 41
1998/01/29 1 $1,961,325 +8% 2,771 $708   $282,193,031 42
1998/01/30 1 $6,652,831 +239% 2,853 $2,332   $288,845,862 43
1998/01/31 1 $11,963,977 +80% 2,853 $4,193   $300,809,839 44
1998/02/01 1 $7,290,364 -39% 2,853 $2,555   $308,100,203 45
1998/02/02 1 $1,505,547 -79% 2,853 $528   $309,605,750 46
1998/02/03 1 $1,736,853 +15% 2,853 $609   $311,342,603 47
1998/02/04 1 $1,448,751 -17% 2,853 $508   $312,791,354 48
1998/02/05 1 $1,536,474 +6% 2,853 $539   $314,327,828 49
1998/02/06 1 $5,712,448 +272% 2,956 $1,932   $320,040,276 50
1998/02/07 1 $10,818,530 +89% 2,956 $3,660   $330,858,806 51
1998/02/08 1 $6,496,860 -40% 2,956 $2,198   $337,355,666 52
1998/02/09 1 $1,355,098 -79% 2,956 $458   $338,710,764 53
1998/02/10 1 $1,506,524 +11% 2,956 $510   $340,217,288 54
1998/02/11 1 $1,460,439 -3% 2,956 $494   $341,677,727 55
1998/02/12 1 $1,716,570 +18% 2,956 $581   $343,394,297 56
1998/02/13 1 $5,730,480 +234% 3,002 $1,909   $349,124,777 57
1998/02/14 1 $13,048,711 +128% 3,002 $4,347   $362,173,488 58
1998/02/15 1 $9,388,756 -28% 3,002 $3,128   $371,562,244 59
1998/02/16 1 $4,708,477 -50% 3,002 $1,568   $376,270,721 60
1998/02/17 1 $1,873,856 -60% 3,002 $624   $378,144,577 61
1998/02/18 1 $1,627,967 -13% 3,002 $542   $379,772,544 62
1998/02/19 1 $1,752,994 +8% 3,002 $584   $381,525,538 63
1998/02/20 1 $5,239,962 +199% 3,006 $1,743   $386,765,500 64
1998/02/21 1 $9,925,539 +89% 3,006 $3,302   $396,691,039 65
1998/02/22 1 $5,870,842 -41% 3,006 $1,953   $402,561,881 66
1998/02/23 1 $1,177,689 -80% 3,006 $392   $403,739,570 67
1998/02/24 1 $1,291,197 +10% 3,006 $430   $405,030,767 68
1998/02/25 1 $1,053,227 -18% 3,006 $350   $406,083,994 69
1998/02/26 1 $1,266,838 +20% 3,006 $421   $407,350,832 70
1998/02/27 1 $4,739,243 +274% 3,035 $1,562   $412,090,075 71
1998/02/28 1 $9,374,965 +98% 3,035 $3,089   $421,465,040 72
1998/03/01 1 $5,518,848 -41% 3,035 $1,818   $426,983,888 73
1998/03/02 1 $1,062,265 -81% 3,035 $350   $428,046,153 74
1998/03/03 1 $1,288,344 +21% 3,035 $424   $429,334,497 75
1998/03/04 1 $1,052,511 -18% 3,035 $347   $430,387,008 76
1998/03/05 1 $1,164,538 +11% 3,035 $384   $431,551,546 77
1998/03/06 2 $4,364,108 +275% 3,103 $1,406   $435,915,654 78
1998/03/07 1 $8,358,879 +92% 3,103 $2,694   $444,274,533 79
1998/03/08 1 $4,882,862 -42% 3,103 $1,574   $449,157,395 80
1998/03/09 2 $1,055,683 -78% 3,103 $340   $450,213,078 81
1998/03/10 2 $1,241,687 +18% 3,103 $400   $451,454,765 82
1998/03/11 1 $1,115,628 -10% 3,103 $360   $452,570,393 83
1998/03/12 1 $1,296,932 +16% 3,103 $418   $453,867,325 84
1998/03/13 2 $4,345,209 +235% 3,116 $1,394   $458,212,534 85
1998/03/14 1 $8,169,554 +88% 3,116 $2,622   $466,382,088 86
1998/03/15 1 $5,064,052 -38% 3,116 $1,625   $471,446,140 87
1998/03/16 2 $1,321,963 -74% 3,116 $424   $472,768,103 88
1998/03/17 2 $1,476,821 +12% 3,116 $474   $474,244,924 89
1998/03/18 2 $1,481,658 n/c 3,116 $476   $475,716,582 90
1998/03/19 1 $1,632,510 +10% 3,116 $524   $477,349,092 91
1998/03/20 1 $4,318,945 +165% 3,169 $1,363   $481,668,037 92
1998/03/21 1 $8,003,861 +85% 3,169 $2,526   $489,671,898 93
1998/03/22 1 $4,842,433 -39% 3,169 $1,528   $494,514,331 94
1998/03/23 1 $1,058,713 -78% 3,169 $334   $495,573,044 95
1998/03/24 1 $1,605,435 +52% 3,169 $507   $497,178,479 96
1998/03/25 1 $1,432,311 -11% 3,169 $452   $498,610,790 97
1998/03/26 1 $1,438,240 n/c 3,169 $454   $500,049,030 98
1998/03/27 2 $4,206,010 +192% 3,233 $1,301   $504,255,040 99
1998/03/28 1 $7,329,557 +74% 3,233 $2,267   $511,584,597 100
1998/03/29 1 $3,677,933 -50% 3,233 $1,138   $515,262,530 101
1998/03/30 1 $778,315 -79% 3,233 $241   $516,040,845 102
1998/03/31 1 $1,018,514 +31% 3,233 $315   $517,059,359 103
1998/04/01 1 $888,112 -13% 3,233 $275   $517,947,471 104
1998/04/02 1 $925,587 +4% 3,233 $286   $518,873,058 105
1998/04/03 3 $3,031,565 +228% 3,265 $929   $521,904,623 106
1998/04/04 2 $5,775,210 +91% 3,265 $1,769   $527,679,833 107
1998/04/05 2 $2,726,705 -53% 3,265 $835   $530,406,538 108
1998/04/06 3 $774,118 -72% 3,265 $237   $531,180,656 109
1998/04/07 2 $932,621 +20% 3,265 $286   $532,113,277 110
1998/04/08 3 $888,919 -5% 3,265 $272   $533,002,196 111
1998/04/09 2 $1,293,254 +45% 3,265 $396   $534,295,450 112
1998/04/10 3 $3,270,133 +153% 3,265 $1,002   $537,565,583 113
1998/04/11 3 $3,492,698 +7% 3,265 $1,070   $541,058,281 114
1998/04/12 5 $1,795,410 -49% 3,265 $550   $542,853,691 115
1998/04/13 3 $1,013,748 -44% 3,265 $310   $543,867,439 116
1998/04/14 3 $1,011,917 n/c 3,265 $310   $544,879,356 117
1998/04/15 3 $888,356 -12% 3,265 $272   $545,767,712 118
1998/04/16 3 $891,502 n/c 3,265 $273   $546,659,214 119
1998/04/17 4 $2,151,798 +141% 3,012 $714   $548,811,012 120
1998/04/18 3 $3,495,646 +62% 3,012 $1,161   $552,306,658 121
1998/04/19 4 $1,795,410 -49% 3,012 $596   $554,102,068 122
1998/04/20 4 $408,661 -77% 3,012 $136   $554,475,864 123
1998/04/21 4 $448,741 +10% 3,012 $149   $554,924,605 124
1998/04/22 4 $348,594 -22% 3,012 $116   $555,273,199 125
1998/04/23 4 $403,576 +16% 3,012 $134   $555,676,775 126
1998/04/24 4 $1,297,768 +222% 2,912 $446   $556,974,543 127
1998/04/25 3 $2,448,021 +89% 2,912 $841   $559,422,564 128
1998/04/26 6 $1,192,786 -51% 2,912 $410   $560,615,350 129
1998/04/27 5 $257,682 -78% 2,912 $88   $560,873,032 130
1998/04/28 4 $314,508 +22% 2,912 $108   $561,187,540 131
1998/04/29 5 $259,013 -18% 2,912 $89   $561,446,553 132
1998/04/30 5 $278,090 +7% 2,912 $95   $561,724,543 133
1998/05/01 7 $1,029,843 +270% 2,660 $387   $562,754,386 134
1998/05/02 6 $2,090,154 +103% 2,660 $786   $564,844,540 135
1998/05/03 7 $891,891 -57% 2,660 $335   $565,736,531 136
1998/05/04 7 $216,732 -76% 2,660 $81   $565,953,263 137
1998/05/05 7 $256,046 +18% 2,660 $96   $566,209,309 138
1998/05/06 7 $213,922 -16% 2,660 $80   $566,423,231 139
1998/05/07 6 $218,609 +2% 2,660 $82   $566,641,840 140
1998/05/08 7 $766,834 +251% 2,256 $340   $567,408,674 141
1998/05/09 4 $1,487,546 +94% 2,256 $659   $568,896,220 142
1998/05/10 5 $924,193 -38% 2,256 $410   $569,820,413 143
1998/05/11 6 $211,598 -77% 2,256 $94   $570,032,011 144
1998/05/12 6 $232,922 +10% 2,256 $103   $570,264,933 145
1998/05/13 5 $182,777 -22% 2,256 $81   $570,447,710 146
1998/05/14 4 $153,882 -16% 2,256 $68   $570,601,592 147
1998/05/15 6 $537,065 +249% 1,990 $270   $571,138,657 148
1998/05/16 6 $1,030,744 +92% 1,990 $518   $572,169,401 149
1998/05/17 6 $544,493 -47% 1,990 $274   $572,713,894 150
1998/05/18 6 $185,831 -66% 1,990 $93   $572,899,725 151
1998/05/19 7 $148,455 -20% 1,990 $75   $573,048,180 152
1998/05/20 6 $154,808 +4% 1,990 $78   $573,202,988 153
1998/05/21 6 $184,321 +19% 1,990 $93   $573,387,309 154
1998/05/22 8 $598,118 +224% 2,008 $298   $573,985,427 155
1998/05/23 7 $1,176,050 +97% 2,008 $586   $575,161,477 156
1998/05/24 8 $1,195,876 +2% 2,008 $596   $576,357,353 157
1998/05/25 7 $702,659 -41% 2,008 $350   $577,060,012 158
1998/05/26 8 $187,884 -73% 2,008 $94   $577,247,896 159
1998/05/27 9 $187,222 n/c 2,008 $93   $577,435,118 160
1998/05/28 9 $200,777 +7% 2,008 $100   $577,635,895 161
1998/05/29 11 $445,895 +122% 1,562 $285   $578,081,790 162
1998/05/30 9 $846,117 +90% 1,562 $542   $578,927,907 163
1998/05/31 10 $491,567 -42% 1,562 $315   $579,419,474 164
1998/06/01 10 $183,877 -63% 1,562 $118   $579,603,351 165
1998/06/02 9 $212,090 +15% 1,562 $136   $579,815,441 166
1998/06/03 10 $204,580 -4% 1,562 $131   $580,020,021 167
1998/06/04 10 $221,008 +8% 1,562 $141   $580,241,029 168
1998/06/05 9 $418,203 +89% 1,219 $343   $580,659,232 169
1998/06/06 9 $776,859 +86% 1,219 $637   $581,436,091 170
1998/06/07 10 $453,798 -42% 1,219 $372   $581,889,889 171
1998/06/08 9 $175,323 -61% 1,219 $144   $582,065,212 172
1998/06/09 8 $218,759 +25% 1,219 $179   $582,283,971 173
1998/06/10 9 $181,365 -17% 1,219 $149   $582,465,330 174
1998/06/11 9 $205,117 +13% 1,219 $168   $582,670,447 175
1998/06/12 - $297,611 +45% 975 $305   $582,968,058 176
1998/06/13 - $552,705 +86% 975 $567   $583,520,763 177
1998/06/14 - $364,421 -34% 975 $374   $583,885,184 178
1998/06/15 - $143,983 -60% 975 $148   $584,029,167 179
1998/06/16 10 $173,664 +21% 975 $178   $584,202,831 180
1998/06/17 10 $153,878 -11% 975 $158   $584,356,709 181
1998/06/18 10 $157,956 +3% 975 $162   $584,514,665 182
1998/07/20 9 $282,472   867 $326   $590,772,345 214
1998/07/21 9 $332,809 +18% 867 $384   $591,105,154 215
1998/07/22 9 $318,448 -4% 867 $367   $591,423,602 216
1998/07/23 9 $334,567 +5% 867 $386   $591,758,169 217
2012/04/04 2 $4,375,388   2,674 $1,636   $605,488,526 5,221
2012/04/05 2 $3,660,144 -16% 2,674 $1,369   $609,148,670 5,222
2012/04/06 3 $7,120,875 +95% 2,674 $2,663   $616,269,545 5,223
2012/04/07 3 $6,658,708 -6% 2,674 $2,490   $622,928,253 5,224
2012/04/08 4 $3,505,870 -47% 2,674 $1,311   $626,434,123 5,225
2012/04/09 3 $2,201,712 -37% 2,674 $823   $628,635,835 5,226
2012/04/10 3 $1,856,316 -16% 2,674 $694   $630,492,151 5,227
2012/04/11 3 $1,552,003 -16% 2,674 $580   $632,044,154 5,228
2012/04/12 3 $1,537,604 -1% 2,674 $575   $633,581,758 5,229
2012/04/13 5 $3,336,941 +117% 2,697 $1,237   $636,918,699 5,230
2012/04/14 4 $5,196,148 +56% 2,697 $1,927   $642,114,847 5,231
2012/04/15 4 $3,397,160 -35% 2,697 $1,260   $645,512,007 5,232
2012/04/16 5 $800,934 -76% 2,697 $297   $646,312,941 5,233
2012/04/17 5 $893,187 +12% 2,697 $331   $647,206,128 5,234
2012/04/18 5 $704,922 -21% 2,697 $261   $647,911,050 5,235
2012/04/19 4 $705,155 n/c 2,697 $261   $648,616,205 5,236
2012/04/20 8 $1,401,409 +99% 2,515 $557   $650,017,614 5,237
2012/04/21 8 $2,160,472 +54% 2,515 $859   $652,178,086 5,238
2012/04/22 8 $1,470,676 -32% 2,515 $585   $653,648,762 5,239
2012/04/23 9 $366,758 -75% 2,515 $146   $654,015,520 5,240
2012/04/24 9 $431,618 +18% 2,515 $172   $654,447,138 5,241
2012/04/25 9 $333,088 -23% 2,515 $132   $654,780,226 5,242
2012/04/26 9 $375,104 +13% 2,515 $149   $655,155,330 5,243
2012/04/27 - $515,787 +38% 1,409 $366   $655,671,117 5,244
2012/04/28 - $848,634 +65% 1,409 $602   $656,519,751 5,245
2012/04/29 - $549,312 -35% 1,409 $390   $657,069,063 5,246
2012/04/30 - $151,136 -72% 1,409 $107   $657,220,199 5,247
2012/05/01 - $184,736 +22% 1,409 $131   $657,404,935 5,248
2012/05/02 - $150,780 -18% 1,409 $107   $657,555,715 5,249
2012/05/03 - $157,647 +5% 1,409 $112   $657,713,362 5,250
2012/05/04 - $96,179 -39% 333 $289   $657,809,541 5,251
2012/05/05 - $147,093 +53% 333 $442   $657,956,634 5,252
2012/05/06 - $122,062 -17% 333 $367   $658,078,696 5,253
2012/05/07 - $37,048 -70% 333 $111   $658,115,744 5,254
2012/05/08 - $44,667 +21% 333 $134   $658,160,411 5,255
2012/05/09 - $38,450 -14% 333 $115   $658,198,861 5,256
2012/05/10 - $45,790 +19% 333 $138   $658,244,651 5,257
2012/05/11 - $39,850 -13% 157 $254   $658,284,501 5,258
2012/05/12 - $58,778 +47% 157 $374   $658,343,279 5,259
2012/05/13 - $59,219 +1% 157 $377   $658,402,498 5,260
2012/05/14 - $17,825 -70% 157 $114   $658,420,323 5,261
2012/05/15 - $20,762 +16% 157 $132   $658,441,085 5,262
2012/05/16 - $15,463 -26% 157 $98   $658,456,548 5,263
2012/05/17 - $17,292 +12% 157 $110   $658,473,840 5,264
2012/05/18 - $13,902 -20% 70 $199   $658,487,742 5,265
2012/05/19 - $20,493 +47% 70 $293   $658,508,235 5,266
2012/05/20 - $16,188 -21% 70 $231   $658,524,423 5,267
2012/05/21 - $8,128 -50% 70 $116   $658,532,551 5,268
2012/05/22 - $8,152 n/c 70 $116   $658,540,703 5,269
2012/05/23 - $6,287 -23% 70 $90   $658,546,990 5,270
2012/05/24 - $8,789 +40% 70 $126   $658,555,779 5,271
2012/05/25 - $8,307 -5% 70 $119   $658,564,086 5,272
2012/05/26 - $12,606 +52% 42 $300   $658,576,692 5,273
2012/05/27 - $12,518 -1% 42 $298   $658,589,210 5,274
2012/05/28 - $9,586 -23% 42 $228   $658,598,796 5,275
2012/05/29 - $5,075 -47% 42 $121   $658,603,871 5,276
2012/05/30 - $4,505 -11% 42 $107   $658,608,376 5,277
2012/05/31 - $5,163 +15% 42 $123   $658,613,539 5,278
2012/06/01 - $10,249 +99% 52 $197   $658,623,788 5,279
2012/06/02 - $12,882 +26% 52 $248   $658,636,670 5,280
2012/06/03 - $10,937 -15% 52 $210   $658,647,607 5,281
2012/06/04 - $6,574 -40% 52 $126   $658,654,181 5,282
2012/06/05 - $6,062 -8% 52 $117   $658,660,243 5,283
2012/06/06 - $5,904 -3% 52 $114   $658,666,147 5,284
2012/06/07 - $6,155 +4% 52 $118   $658,672,302 5,285

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1997/12/19 1 $28,638,131   2,674 $10,710   $28,638,131 3
1997/12/26 1 $35,455,673 +24% 2,711 $13,078   $88,425,009 10
1998/01/02 1 $33,315,278 -6% 2,727 $12,217   $157,467,971 17
1998/01/09 1 $28,716,310 -14% 2,746 $10,458   $197,881,813 24
1998/01/16 1 $30,010,633 +5% 2,767 $10,846   $236,745,003 31
1998/01/23 1 $25,238,720 -16% 2,771 $9,108   $274,599,886 38
1998/01/30 1 $25,907,172 +3% 2,853 $9,081   $308,100,203 45
1998/02/06 1 $23,027,838 -11% 2,956 $7,790   $337,355,666 52
1998/02/13 1 $32,876,424 +43% 3,002 $10,952   $376,270,721 59
1998/02/20 1 $21,036,343 -36% 3,006 $6,998   $402,561,881 66
1998/02/27 1 $19,633,056 -7% 3,035 $6,469   $426,983,888 73
1998/03/06 1 $17,605,849 -10% 3,103 $5,674   $449,157,395 80
1998/03/13 1 $17,578,815 n/c 3,116 $5,641   $471,446,140 87
1998/03/20 1 $17,165,239 -2% 3,169 $5,417   $494,514,331 94
1998/03/27 1 $15,213,500 -11% 3,233 $4,706   $515,262,530 101
1998/04/03 2 $11,533,480 -24% 3,265 $3,532   $530,406,538 108
1998/04/10 3 $8,558,241 -26% 3,265 $2,621   $542,853,691 115
1998/04/17 4 $7,407,989 -13% 3,012 $2,459   $554,067,203 122
1998/04/24 4 $4,938,575 -33% 2,912 $1,696   $560,615,350 129
1998/05/01 6 $4,011,888 -19% 2,660 $1,508   $565,736,531 136
1998/05/08 4 $3,178,573 -21% 2,256 $1,409   $569,820,413 143
1998/05/15 6 $2,112,302 -34% 1,990 $1,061   $572,713,894 150
1998/05/22 7 $3,672,703 +74% 2,008 $1,829   $577,060,012 157
1998/05/29 9 $1,783,579 -51% 1,562 $1,142   $579,419,474 164
1998/06/05 8 $1,648,860 -8% 1,219 $1,353   $581,889,889 171
1998/06/12 10 $1,214,737 -26% 975 $1,246   $583,885,184 178
1998/06/19 13 $1,029,362 -15% 810 $1,271   $585,544,027 185
1998/06/26 15 $922,618 -10% 688 $1,341   $587,071,239 192
1998/07/03 16 $623,930 -32% 618 $1,010   $588,205,118 199
1998/07/10 18 $405,669 -35% 463 $876   $588,931,878 206
1998/07/17 13 $1,337,493 +230% 867 $1,543   $590,489,873 213
1998/07/24 12 $1,476,279 +10% 839 $1,760   $593,234,448 220
1998/07/31 15 $1,168,551 -21% 769 $1,520   $595,467,018 227
1998/08/07 17 $965,212 -17% 681 $1,417   $597,285,686 234
1998/08/14 18 $707,918 -27% 594 $1,192   $598,614,980 241
1998/08/21 21 $540,617 -24% 570 $948   $599,657,813 248
1998/08/28 32 $335,704 -38% 502 $669   $600,374,192 255
1998/09/04 36 $178,296 -47% 447 $399   $600,649,457 262
1998/09/11 49 $57,308 -68% 337 $170   $600,743,440 269
1998/09/18 61 $14,003 -76% 49 $286   $600,779,824 276
1998/09/25 62 $3,337 -76% 26 $128   $600,787,052 283
2012/04/06 3 $17,285,453   2,674 $6,464   $626,434,123 5,225
2012/04/13 4 $11,930,249 -31% 2,697 $4,424   $645,512,007 5,232
2012/04/20 8 $5,032,557 -58% 2,515 $2,001   $653,648,762 5,239
2012/04/27 15 $1,913,733 -62% 1,409 $1,358   $657,069,063 5,246
2012/05/04 19 $365,334 -81% 333 $1,097   $658,078,696 5,253
2012/05/11 27 $157,847 -57% 157 $1,005   $658,402,498 5,260
2012/05/18 40 $50,583 -68% 70 $723   $658,524,423 5,267
2012/05/25 43 $33,431 -34% 42 $796   $658,589,210 5,274
2012/06/01 43 $34,068 +2% 52 $655   $658,647,607 5,281

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/16/20121176,745 76,745$2,148,031$2,148,031681
9/23/20121852,736-31% 129,481$1,470,433$3,618,464682
10/28/20122722,095 193,209$773,325$5,668,784687
11/4/20122921,615-2% 214,824$659,943$6,328,727688

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/16/20122195,023 195,023$4,604,504$4,604,504681
9/23/2012463,463-67% 258,486$1,479,951$6,084,455682
9/30/20121420,428-68% 278,914$420,605$6,505,060683
10/7/20121412,500-39% 291,414$287,386$6,792,446684
10/14/2012169,524-24% 300,938$215,142$7,007,588685
10/21/2012179,914+4% 310,852$201,047$7,208,635686

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