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The Transporter 2 (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $43,095,856Details
International Box Office $45,882,602
Worldwide Box Office $88,978,458
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$32,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 2nd, 2005 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: January 10th, 2006 by Fox Home Entertainment, released as Transporter 2, The
MPAA Rating: PG-13 intense sequences of violent action, sexual content, partial nudity and brief language.
Franchise: Transporter
Comparisons: vs. Hitman: Agent 47
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Keywords: Kidnap
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: France

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,358 $194 Dec 23, 2005 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,405 $1,204 Dec 16, 2005 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,322 $3,566 Dec 9, 2005 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,411 $6,231 Dec 2, 2005 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,367 $14,338 Nov 25, 2005 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,332 $28,719 Nov 18, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,325 $46,293 Nov 11, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,545 $55,166 Nov 4, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,084 $44,940 Oct 28, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,127 $67,427 Oct 21, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,692 $168,613 Oct 14, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,674 $311,080 Oct 7, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,053 $1,160,986 Sep 30, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,992 $2,227,033 Sep 23, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,812 $4,012,866 Sep 16, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,493 $7,389,470 Sep 9, 2005 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 1,396 $5,151,669 Sep 4, 2005 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,066 $16,540,720 Sep 2, 2005 3
Biggest September Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 67 $16,540,720 Sep 2, 2005 3
Widest Opening Weekend 473 3,303 Sep 2, 2005 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 2,084 $5,815,921 Sep 3, 2005 2
Biggest September Day at the Domestic Box Office 174 $5,815,921 Sep 3, 2005 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,597 $5,573,130 Sep 2, 2005 1

Cast

   Frank Martin
Amber Valletta    Audrey Billings
Hunter Clary    Jack Billings
Jeff Chase    Vasily
Alessandro Gassman    Gianni
Katie Nauta    Lola
François Berleand    Tarconi
Keith David    Stappleton
Matthew Modine    Mr. Billings
Jason Flemyng    Dimitri

Production and Technical Credits

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DVD Releases for December 26, 2006

December 27th, 2006

It's Boxing Day up here in Canada, and for those Americans who don't know what that is ... I can't help you. I have no idea what Boxing Day is, other than the start of post-Christmas sales. While there are a lot of people shopping this week, there is still a huge downturn in the DVD market and little of what I would consider must have DVDs. The best of a weak bunch is The Descent - Original Unrated Cut - Buy from Amazon, but while I recommend picking it up, it doesn't reach the level of a DVD Pick of the Week. On the other hand, we do have a Canadian DVD Puck of the Week, Eh! - Bon Cop, Bad Cop - Buy from Amazon.ca. More...

International Details - Treat for Trick 2

June 18th, 2006

Trick 2 opened in its native Japan finishing in a close second with $3.83 million on 282 screens. That was enough for sixth place on the overall charts and the best per screen average in the top 30. More...

International Details - Re-Volving Door

June 11th, 2006

The final weekend before the start of World Cup saw Volver become the latest best of the rest finishing sixth with $4.46 million on 863 screens in 5 markets for a total of $27.25 million. The film was again led by its performance in France where it grew for the second week in a row up 14% to $3.02 million on 404 screens for a total of $9.09 million while in Italy it grew by 28% to $1.44 million on 268 screens for a total of $5.61 million after three weeks. In both of those markets the film is on pace to top such worldwide blockbusters as Mission: Impossible 3, something nobody would have predicted before the start of the summer. Even more impressively, it is about a week away from France becoming the film's most lucrative market topping the $11.94 million it made in its native Spain. More...

Trio of New Openings Push Casanova Higher on International Charts

February 26th, 2006

Casanova opened in several major markets more than doubling its screen count, and that helped it climb to sixth place over the weekend. Its best market was Italy where the film came in third place with $1.05 million on 243 screens over the weekend and $1.14 million in total while it also managed a third place finish during a very close race in Spain with $919,000 on 250 screens. Its other major market debut was the U.K., but there it had to settle for fifth with $959,000 on 351 screens. Overall the film made $5.17 million on 1699 screens in 18 markets for an international total of just $11.68 million so far. More...

Lord Battles to the Top

January 28th, 2006

Lord of War won the weekly race on the rental charts, taking in $7.40 million, or just over 30% of what it earned during its theatrical release. More...

Home Market: Second Wedding not quite as Opulent

January 21st, 2006

It was a busy week for new releases with three newcomers in the top five, but that didn't stop Wedding Crashers from keeping its home market crown. The DVD was able to top the charts for the second week in a row with $10.29 million, which was down 24% from last week and enough to lift its total to $24.18 million after just two weeks. More...

DVD Releases for January 10, 2006

January 9th, 2006

It is a busy week, with about a half-a-dozen special editions, several TV on DVD choices and even four first run releases hitting the home market. Of those, three of them are contenders for DVD Pick of the Week, The Constant Gardener - Buy from Amazon, Red Eye - Buy from Amazon, and Red Dwarf - Series 7. While the two movies are better in quality, Red Dwarf - Series 7's overwhelming quantity and quality of special features just lets it squeak ahead of the pack and win the coveted DVD Pick of the Week. (Although I will be picking up all three tomorrow.) More...

Not Quite Like Heaven

December 18th, 2005

Just Like Heaven dipped at the box office falling out of the top five with $4.53 million on 1609 screens in 30 markets over the weekend for an early total of $18.04 million internationally. Its best opening was in Belgium where it debuted in second place with $252,000 on 40 screens over the weekend and $290,000 in total. It also had debuts in Holland with $139,000 on 57 screens over the weekend and $167,000 overall, and in Greece with $116,000 on 24 and Norway with $113,000 on 26. Holdovers include Germany where the film dropped 24% to $890,000 on 273 screens for a total of $2.41 million so far, while in Spain the film fell 39% to 718,000 on 200 screens for a two-week total of $3.09 million. More...

International Details: Flightplan has Bumpy Landing

December 11th, 2005

Flightplan fell out of the top five with $5.13 million on 2,430 screens in 38 markets for a total of $94.65 million on the international scene. It did fall from second to sixth on this week's charts, but it should still reach $100 million by this time next week. Its best market of the weekend was the U.K. where it remained in second place with $2.14 million on 416 screens for a two-week total of $6.59 million. More...

Her Shoes Fall out of Fashion

December 4th, 2005

Here's this week's round-up of international box office numbers.

In Her Shoes fell out of the top five this week with $3.95 million on 2,050 screens in 23 markets for a $30.60 million international box office. The film held up amazingly well in Spain, dropping just 8% to $810,000 on 290 screens, but it wasn't as fortunate in France where it lost more than half its opening, earning $400,000 on 293 screens, falling out of the top ten in the process. It suffered a similar fate during its third weekend in the U.K. where it was down 55% to $736,000 on 268 screens, but the film already has $7.06 million there, which is better than its domestic run if you take into account the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

Zorro Leaves its Mark

November 27th, 2005

The Legend of Zorro fell from second to sixth this week and because of that its quest from $100 million internationally took a serious hit. Over the weekend the film pulled in $4.20 million on 4062 screens in 62 markets for a running tally of $80.73 million. In France the film fell 57% to $1.01 million over the weekend and $14.80 million during its four-week run while it had a similar drop-off in Spain where it was down 56% to $475,000 over the weekend and $9.10 million in total. The box office was less kind in Russia, (down 68% to $136,000); Germany, (down 70% to $232,000) and the U.K., (down 83% to $120,000). More...

Corpse Bridesmaid

November 20th, 2005

The Corpse Bride missed the top five by the narrowest of narrow margins losing out to Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit $5.50 million to $5.45 million. The film earned its $5.45 million on 2586 screens in 28 markets pushing its total to $53.4 million total at the international box office. In South Korea the film fell 43% to $753,000 on 114 screens, which is better than average for the market. And the film is also doing well in Italy adding $764,000 on 268 screens to its $2.67 million running tally there, $700,000 in France for a $8 million box office, and $462,000 in Japan for a $7.0 million box office. More...

Chicken's Little Start on the International Scene is Lucrative

November 13th, 2005

Chicken Little started its international run with day-and-date debuts in 9 markets earning $5.54 million on 900 screens, just missing the top five in the process. Its best market was kid-friendly Mexico with $3.1 million on 600 screens, which is about on par with its opening domestically. On the other hand, the film broke records in Malaysia with $477,000 on 40 screens. Other results include a first place debuts in Russia with $1.1 million on 197 screens and in Taiwan with $463,000 on 18 screens, (including previews). More...

Zorro Steals the Show

November 6th, 2005

With The Legend of Zorro earning a nearly worldwide release this past weekend, and the imminent release of another juggernaut, there was little room for other releases this weekend on the international scene. More...

Surprise Twist on the International Charts

October 30th, 2005

Oliver Twist opened in two major markets over the weekend, placing second in both France with $2.4 million on 547 screens and Italy with $1.3 million on 301 screens. Other markets include $360,000 in the U.K. for a $3.6 million total there and $140,000 in Poland for $1.1 million. Add it up and you have $4.2 million for the weekend and $9.6 million in total. More...

Brothers are not so Grimm

October 23rd, 2005

The Brothers Grimm dropped just 35% during its second weekend in France adding $2.1 million to its $5.7 million total there. In Germany, the film performed a nearly the same level falling 36% to $950,000 over the weekend and $2.9 million during its run. Overall the film made $4 million for a $27.8 million runny tally and that places it fourth on this week's charts. While the film struggled domestically, it is doing quite a bit better on the international scene, and could show a profit sometime during its home market run. More...

Internationl Round-up: Company Nine Reaches $14 Million

October 16th, 2005

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

The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming!

October 9th, 2005

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

International Round-up: Red Eye Takes Off

October 2nd, 2005

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

Mafia Sequel Squeezes into Top Five Again

September 25th, 2005

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

Box Office Far from Heavenly

September 19th, 2005

The box office this weekend can best be described as mixed. No film beat expectations by a really significant margin and most of the new films struggled, pushing the overall box office down 2.2% from last week. On the other hand, the box office was up 7.9% from last year, which is the more important number at this point. Year-to-date 2005 has brought in $6.239 billion in ticket sales, which is 7% behind the same time period of 2004, but the gap is closing and with a strong final quarter 2005 may avoid a drop-off. More...

Mafia Rubs Out Competition

September 18th, 2005

Marrying the Mafia 2 is the latest local film to lead the South Korean box office as it opened with $5.555 million on 449 screens, $7.515 million including Thursday. Not only was that easily enough for first place in its home market, but also put the film in third place on the overall international box office charts. More...

Heavenly Box Office

September 16th, 2005

It's another busy weekend at the box office with three films opening wide (although one of those film is getting a sub-2,000 theatre opening). Assuming the box office can maintain most of the momentum created since Labor Day weekend, we should see another strong year-to-year growth and that's much needed good news. More...

Speak of the Devil

September 12th, 2005

The fall box office season got off to a fast start over the weekend thanks almost entirely to one movie. The surprisingly fast start of the box office champ helped the overall box office climb by 8.7% from last year. (Although it was down by 7.3% from last weekend, but that's better than one would expect from a post-holiday weekend.) Continuing the yearly comparison, 2005 is still behind 2004, but the margin was narrowed to 7.2% with $6.129 billion so far. More...

U.K. is Virgin Territory

September 11th, 2005

The 40-Year Old Virgin topped the U.K. marked with an impressive $3.26 million on 394 screens in the U.K., but this is probably not indicative of its potential in other international markets. The film should do well in the U.K., Australia, and New Zealand, but will likely struggle in non-English speaking markets. (Germany may be an exception.) More...

Will the Change of Season Change 2005's Fortunes?

September 9th, 2005

The fall box office season begins today with what is historically one of the worst weekends of the year. There's not much in the way of quality releases this week, but with only two widely different films going wide, at least they won't be stealing moviegoers away from each other. More...

Transporter Delivers a Victory on Labor Day

September 6th, 2005

Most films were able to beat expectations over the weekend and that meant that Summer 2005 was able to end on a high note, sort of. The 3-day weekend was down by 3.9% from last weekend, which is no surprise given the nature of the Labor Day long weekend, but it was up 5.4% from last year. Over the four day weekend 2005 was still higher, but by just 1.0% meaning ticket sales were down from last year. Overall Summer 2005 was a massive disappointment bringing in just $3.53 billion, down 9% from last year and the lowest level since 2001's $3.34 billion. While there are a lot of possible reasons being floated around for the slump, the most likely reason is the huge number of really bad movies, several of which were released in the past few weeks. More...

Labor Day Delay

September 5th, 2005

The Labor Day long-weekend is historically the slowest long-weekend of the year when it comes to box office numbers. However, it's still a long-weekend and that means there will be a one day delay in the weekend warp-up and the per theatre charts. In the meantime here are the studio estimates for the top five, plus the two other new releases. More...

War Ends World Tour with a Blast

September 4th, 2005

War of the Worlds opened in its last international market over the weekend making $3.0 million on 583 screens in China. That's about 10% more money that Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith earned, but War of the Worlds needed nearly double the number of screens. Overall the film added $4.5 million to its $345 million international total, easily the second best of the year so far. More...

Millions Rent Rings, But More Buy Sin

September 3rd, 2005

This week there were three new releases ranking in the top five on the rental charts led by The Ring Two with $7.45 million, $6.99 million of that coming from DVD rentals. On a side note, many rental places are phasing out VHS rentals and it won't be long before the industry stop tracking these numbers entirely. More...

Box Office Suffers Labor Day Pains

September 2nd, 2005

For the third weekend in a row we have a contender for worst movie of the year contest. In fact, this weekend there are two such movies. (And next weekend it looks like we'll have another.) Even so, there should be enough moviegoers interested in the other two releases that the weekend could show significant growth, maybe not compared to last weekend, but certainly compared to last year. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 26 - September 1

September 1st, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Serenity - Official Site. More...

2005 Preview: September

September 1st, 2005

September is the prime dumping ground for movie studios, where the films that just didn't work get ditched to die an undignified death. So why are there no less than five movies opening wide that look like they should be reasonably good? Either the studios are trying to counteract the poor reputation September has, or I have really bad taste in movies.

This month is very difficult to predict for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the fluidity of the release schedule with several films on the bubble for wide releases. In fact, there are almost as many films that may or may not open wide in September than there are films with a solid release schedule. Predicting what a film will earn without knowing if it will open wide is tricky because you have to figure out how much it would earn if it opens wide, how much it will earn if it goes the limited route, and what are the odds it will open wide versus a limited release. This resulting weighted average is lower than a similar prediction for a movie that is known to be opening wide, which makes the month look even worse that it otherwise would. More...

Key Openings for Skeleton

August 28th, 2005

The Skeleton Key opened in 10- more markets over the weekend and in now playing on 1400 screens, however, it still hasn't found the success the studio was hoping for. It did open in first place in Germany, but it still had a very soft opening with $1.6 million. It also opened in first place in Russia with $625,000 over the weekend and $780,000 since Thursday, but in Australia and New Zealand it had to settle for a distant second place with $760,000 and $110,000 respectively. The Skeleton Key also open in Austria with $230,000 for the week, but its placing is unknown at the moment. Add in holdovers in France, ($250,000 for $2.2 million) and the U.K., ($130,000 for $4.5 million) and you have roughly $4 million for the weekend and $16.5 million so far. More...

Smiths Still Strong on International Scene

August 21st, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in first place in both the Czech Republic with $180,000 on 20 screens and in Slovakia with $50,000 on 8 screens. The film also remained in first place in France with $2.675 million, Belgium with $635,000, The Netherlands with $490,000 and Poland with $266,000. Strangest of all, the film stayed in second place for the fourth weekend in a row in Germany adding $2.12 million to its $20.6 million running tally in the market. Overall the film has made $143 million in markets where Fox is handling the distribution and may have hit $200 million overall, but there's no conformation on that yet. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 12 - August 18

August 18th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Into the Blue - Official Site. More...

Smiths' Summer Tour Continues

August 14th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in Belgium with $1.7 million on 80 screens, easily enough for first place and had a similar result with $480,000 in Poland. It also remained in first place in France with $2.88 million, (despite falling 54% there) and in the Netherlands with $740,000. In Germany the film remained in second place for the third straight week with $3.06 million for a $17.06 million running tally. The film now have $140 million in territories where Fox is handling the distribution and $192 million overall. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 5 - August 11

August 11th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, The 40-Year-Old Virgin - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 8 - July 14

July 14th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Skeleton Key - Official Site. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/09/02 1 $16,540,720   3,303 $5,008   $16,540,720 3
2005/09/09 3 $7,389,470 -55% 3,320 $2,226   $30,321,471 10
2005/09/16 6 $4,012,866 -46% 2,805 $1,431   $36,495,152 17
2005/09/23 9 $2,227,033 -45% 1,726 $1,290   $39,902,491 24
2005/09/30 13 $1,160,986 -48% 1,056 $1,099   $41,761,272 31
2005/10/07 28 $311,080 -73% 318 $978   $42,382,658 38
2005/10/14 33 $168,613 -46% 214 $788   $42,668,733 45
2005/10/21 52 $67,427 -60% 132 $511   $42,787,741 52
2005/10/28 54 $44,940 -33% 93 $483   $42,860,037 59
2005/11/04 51 $55,166 +23% 109 $506   $42,933,786 66
2005/11/11 51 $46,293 -16% 84 $551   $43,006,486 73
2005/11/18 53 $28,719 -38% 58 $495   $43,051,436 80
2005/11/25 64 $14,338 -50% 29 $494   $43,077,136 87
2005/12/02 74 $6,231 -57% 18 $346   $43,086,650 94
2005/12/09 80 $3,566 -43% 18 $198   $43,092,154 101
2005/12/16 96 $1,204 -66% 8 $151   $43,094,698 108
2005/12/23 58 $194 -84% 3 $65   $43,095,481 115

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/09/02 1 $5,573,130   3,303 $1,687   $5,573,130 1
2005/09/03 1 $5,815,921 +4% 3,303 $1,761   $11,389,051 2
2005/09/04 1 $5,151,669 -11% 3,303 $1,560   $16,540,720 3
2005/09/05 1 $3,563,888 -31% 3,303 $1,079   $20,104,608 4
2005/09/06 1 $1,129,800 -68% 3,303 $342   $21,234,408 5
2005/09/07 1 $910,332 -19% 3,303 $276   $22,144,740 6
2005/09/08 1 $787,261 -14% 3,303 $238   $22,932,001 7
2005/09/09 3 $2,268,553 +188% 3,320 $683   $25,200,554 8
2005/09/10 3 $3,155,261 +39% 3,320 $950   $28,355,815 9
2005/09/11 2 $1,965,656 -38% 3,320 $592   $30,321,471 10
2005/09/12 3 $551,577 -72% 3,320 $166   $30,873,048 11
2005/09/13 3 $561,260 +2% 3,320 $169   $31,434,308 12
2005/09/14 3 $530,746 -5% 3,320 $160   $31,965,054 13
2005/09/15 3 $517,232 -3% 3,320 $156   $32,482,286 14
2005/09/16 6 $1,157,320 +124% 2,805 $413   $33,639,606 15
2005/09/17 6 $1,791,524 +55% 2,805 $639   $35,431,130 16
2005/09/18 5 $1,064,022 -41% 2,805 $379   $36,495,152 17
2005/09/19 5 $290,263 -73% 2,805 $103   $36,785,415 18
2005/09/20 5 $324,127 +12% 2,805 $116   $37,109,542 19
2005/09/21 5 $277,771 -14% 2,805 $99   $37,387,313 20
2005/09/22 5 $288,145 +4% 2,805 $103   $37,675,458 21
2005/09/23 10 $581,406 +102% 1,726 $337   $38,256,864 22
2005/09/24 9 $1,071,618 +84% 1,726 $621   $39,328,482 23
2005/09/25 9 $574,009 -46% 1,726 $333   $39,902,491 24
2005/09/26 8 $190,093 -67% 1,726 $110   $40,092,584 25
2005/09/27 10 $177,440 -7% 1,726 $103   $40,270,024 26
2005/09/28 10 $160,068 -10% 1,726 $93   $40,430,092 27
2005/09/29 9 $170,194 +6% 1,726 $99   $40,600,286 28
2005/10/10 28 $35,646   318 $112   $42,419,304 39
2005/12/26 54 $119   3 $40   $43,095,600 116

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/09/02 1 $22,932,001   3,303 $6,943   $22,932,001 7
2005/09/09 3 $9,550,285 -58% 3,320 $2,877   $32,482,286 14
2005/09/16 6 $5,193,172 -46% 2,805 $1,851   $37,675,458 21
2005/09/23 9 $2,924,828 -44% 1,726 $1,695   $40,600,286 28
2005/09/30 16 $1,471,292 -50% 1,056 $1,393   $42,071,578 35
2005/10/07 29 $428,542 -71% 318 $1,348   $42,500,120 42
2005/10/14 34 $220,194 -49% 214 $1,029   $42,720,314 49
2005/10/21 52 $94,783 -57% 132 $718   $42,815,097 56
2005/10/28 54 $63,523 -33% 93 $683   $42,878,620 63
2005/11/04 51 $81,573 +28% 109 $748   $42,960,193 70
2005/11/11 48 $62,524 -23% 84 $744   $43,022,717 77
2005/11/18 51 $40,081 -36% 58 $691   $43,062,798 84
2005/11/25 61 $17,621 -56% 29 $608   $43,080,419 91
2005/12/02 73 $8,169 -54% 18 $454   $43,088,588 98
2005/12/09 77 $4,906 -40% 18 $273   $43,093,494 105
2005/12/16 66 $1,793 -63% 8 $224   $43,095,287 112

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/12/20062573,771 1,485,052$1,432,633$25,892,9525
2/19/20062950,626-31% 1,535,678$1,012,014$26,904,9656

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