Tron: Legacy

Tron: Legacy poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $172,062,763Details
International Box Office $225,500,000
Worldwide Box Office $397,562,763
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,783,637 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $34,555,490 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $61,339,127
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

In 1989, Kevin Flynn, an innovative software engineer and the CEO of ENCOM International, disappears. Twenty years later, his son, Sam, is visited by Kevin's friend and ENCOM executive Alan Bradley, who urges Sam to investigate a mysterious page from Flynn's old arcade that may lead to information regarding Kevin's whereabouts. While exploring the arcade, Sam discovers a concealed computer laboratory and unintentionally transports himself to The Grid, where he finds an evil digital reprentation of his long lost father, named Chu. Now Sam must defeat Chu to save himself and his real father.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
51% - Rotten
Audience
63% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 17th, 2010 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
December 17th, 2010 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: April 5th, 2011 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of sci-fi action violence and brief mild language.
(Rating bulletin 2148, 11/24/2010)
Franchise: Tron
Keywords: Surprise Twist, Voiceover/Narration, Delayed Sequel, Delayed Adulthood, Prologue, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Rescue, Visual Effects, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, 3-D, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures

Blu-ray Sales: Green Feeling Blu

Few new releases were able to make a real impact on the Blu-ray sales chart this week, but we did have a new number one. The Green Hornet earned top spot by selling 291,000 units and generating $5.82 million in opening week sales. By units, 38% of its market share was in High definition, which is quite strong. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I slipped to second place with 166,000 units for the week and 2.70 million after a month of release. It remains the best-selling Blu-ray of the year, so far. More...

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

While no new release made much of an impact on the Blu-ray sales chart this week, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I was still able to show some strength on top with 313,000 units sold for the week and 2.62 million units sold after three. Its total revenue is now $60.37 million and by comparison, only Avatar has been able to crack $100 million in Blu-ray sales. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Fail to Crack the Top Five

No new release reached the top five on the DVD sales chart this week. This left Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I in first place with 636,000 units / $9.62 million for the week and 4.93 million units / $70.01 million after three. It's not quite the best selling DVD of 2011, but its solidly in second place. More...

DVD Sales: Easter Helps Older DVDs Spring Back

The combination of factors ranging from the Fanboy Effect to Easter sales were in relative balance, and this helped Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I remain strong. It led all new releases to earn first place on the DVD sales chart this week with sales of 1.99 million units / $27.89 million for the week for totals of 4.43 million units / $62.35 million. Tangled grew more than 100% thanks to Easter sales, selling an additional 1.04 million units for the week to give the film total sales of 5.59 million units / $85.30 million after a month of release. The King's Speech opened in third place with 893,000 units / $13.39 million, which is great for a limited release, but a little soft for the big Oscar winner. More...

DVD Sales: Deathly Helps Bring Life to DVD Sales

Despite coming on out on Friday, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I easily won the race on the DVD sales chart this week defeating new releases and holdovers alike. It sold 2.66 million units for total sales of $37.55 million. It will be interesting to see how well it holds up during its first full week of release. More...

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 and Blu-ray Releases for April 5th, 2011

It's Tron week with at least seven releases related to Tron and Tron: Legacy. This appears to have scared away the competition, because outside of those releases, there's not much of a selection. Actually, there are three $100 million hits coming out this week; however, one doesn't come out till Friday, so I'll likely deal with it next week after the screener arrives, and the other is so bad it's best to pretend it doesn't exist. Those two films are clearly the Pick of the Week, but depending on where you buy your DVDs, the Combo Pack may or may nor be less expensive than buying the two films separately, so double-check before you buy. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Tron

According to Amazon.com, there are 280 DVD and Blu-rays being released or re-released this week. Of those, 273 are related to Tron and Tron: Legacy. I'm exaggerating, obviously, but there are so many Tron releases that I may has missed one or two in the list above. The key release for me is this one, as it's the one Disney sent over my way. Tron: Legacy was the biggest hit of last December, at least so far. (True Grit is inching its way along and it has a slim chance of eventually topping it.) It might be the biggest, but the correlation between box office revenue and quality is sadly rather weak. So is it worth checking out? Perhaps it is worth picking up. If so, is it worth spending the extra cash for High Definition? More...

IMAX: Mars Silent But Tron Builds on Legacy

Mars Needs Moms opened in 211 IMAX screens over the weekend, but given its box office struggles, to be polite, it should come as no surprise that no official numbers were released for its IMAX run. On the other hand, it was announced that Tron: Legacy reached $60 million worldwide, while The Green Hornet hit $10 million, also worldwide. Up next for IMAX is Sucker Punch at the end of March, while in April IMAX theaters will play host to Born to be Wild 3D. More...

International Box Office: Swan in the Spotlight

Black Swan rose to top spot with $19.41 million on 3041 screens in 34 markets for a total of $72.90 million internationally. The film is about to cross $100 million domestically, and it looks assured at repeating that feat internationally, which is very impressive for an art house film. It opened in France scoring second place with $4.58 million on 300 screens, giving it the best per screen average in the market. It also opened in Russia earning fourth place with $1.34 million on 329 screens over the weekend and $1.73 million in total. Over the weekend, it earned twice as much as True Grit opened with, despite opening in fewer theaters. On the other hand, even including Wednesday and Thursday, it made less than The Eagle made from Friday to Sunday. This makes it hard to judge its opening. In the meantime, the film added $1.71 million on 481 screens in the U.K. for a total of $20.47 million in that country. It will have little trouble overtaking Dawn Treader in that market, possibly as early as this time next week. More...

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...

Awards Season: Oscars Offer a Truly Regal Performance

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning, thus ending months of speculation. Along with a (very) few surprises, the list of nominees is mostly a case of Deja Vu. Leading the way, as it has so often this year, was The King's Speech, with 12 nominations, including six in seven of the most prestigious categories (Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, and the four acting categories). But it was far from the only multi-nominated film on the list. More...

International Box Office: Tangled Continues Earning the Green

International numbers were a day late due to the holiday, but there were some interesting stories to report. Firstly, Tangled climbed to top spot with $16.01 million on 4187 screens, in 38 markets, for a total of $214.02 million internationally and $395.03 million worldwide. It was able to climb to the top, despite no major market openings. It did add $3.33 million on 432 screens during its second weekend in Australia. That was enough for second place in that market over the weekend, while it lifted its total there to $13.23 million. In Brazil it remained in first place with $2.69 million on 447 screens over the weekend and $12.98 million after two. Up next is the U.K., while it has yet to open in Spain, Scandinavia, and Japan and by the time its done, it could have $500 million worldwide. More...

IMAX: Hornet has Some Sting

There were a trio of news items relating to IMAX this past week, starting with box office numbers for The Green Hornet, which were good, but not great. The film managed $3.0 million on 173 screens over four days, which gave it a per screen average significantly higher than in regular theaters, but not by as much as some other releases. I think this was because it was a better than expected marginal release. There were likely two groups of people who were on the fence about this movie: those that wanted to see it, but weren't willing to pay IMAX prices, and those who wanted to see it, but were willing to wait for the home market. Better than expected reviews are more likely to change the minds of the latter group than the former, resulting in a higher than expected overall box office, but not as much change in IMAX. That said, this is still a good result, especially for this time of year. More...

International Box Office: Tangled Web of Confusion

We are again stuck with studio estimates, which is a bit troubling, as I was hoping the schedule would have returned to normal. Also, this has resulted in a bit of confusion with Tangled and The Tourist finishing in a very close race for the number one position. Tangled led the way according to the studio estimate with $26.3 million on 3,636 screens in 43 markets for a total of $179.3 million internationally and $355.1 million worldwide. This week it debuted in first place in Australia with $5.74 million on 462 screens over the weekend, for a total opening of $6.08 million. Meanwhile in Brazil it topped the charts with $4.53 million on 446 screens over the weekend and $5.98 million in total. In both cases the film opened better than it did here. More...

Box Office Can't Find Any Traction

It was quite a depressing weekend, as almost no film in the top five topped expectations. Worst still, it wasn't expected to be a good weekend to begin with. This left the overall box office down just over 30% from last weekend to $112 million. More importantly, that was nearly 30% less than the same weekend last year. If you want to really search for good news, you could point to the fact that if you take out Avatar out of the equation, then 2011 would have beaten 2010 over the weekend, but even here the margin of victory would have been lower than the ticket price inflation. It is way too early to judge how well 2011 will do compared to 2010, but so far it is 23% off of last year's pace at $281 million to $365 million. I expect that gap will grow in terms of raw dollars, but by the time Memorial Day rolls around, 2011 could start rattling off some wins. More...

Will Holdovers Bewitch the Box Office?

So, will holdovers bewitch the box office? The answer to that is almost guaranteed to be yes. There is almost no chance either the one wide release, Season of the Witch, or the major expansion, Country Strong, will top the chart. In fact, one could argue there's a better chance neither will reach the top five. This is really bad news for the start of 2011. We knew the holdovers wouldn't be as strong as they were last year, no with Avatar earning $50 million over the weekend, but if the new releases can't keep pace with last year's new releases, we could be in trouble. More...

International Box Office: Starting the New Year with Old Numbers

The Christmas break is just ending, but as it is normally the case, international numbers are late. We do have studio estimates for a few films, as well as last week's final numbers, which had a surprise change at the top. We'll start with this week's possible number one film. Gulliver’s Travels led the list of studio estimates with $24.9 million on 3,964 screens in 33 markets for a total of $48.9 million. This includes a massive $10.98 million opening on 497 screens in the U.K. That's like a $50 to $60 million opening here; granted, that was since boxing day, but since it won't make that much in total domestically, it is still an impressive opening. On the other hand, it opened in second place in Australia with $2.85 million on 411 screens. Still better than its opening here, but more inline with expectations. More...

New Year Brings Little to Celebrate

2011 has begun but it didn't get off to a strong start. It didn't even get off to a better than expected start, as only one film in the top five really topped expectations. Overall, the box office grew by 10% from last week hitting $159 million, but that's not great given Christmas Eve landed on a Friday. It was also down 28% from the same weekend last year, so 2011 is off to a bad start. Granted, it's incredibly early, but there are not a lot of hopeful signs for the rest of the month and double-digit declines will likely be the norm. More...

Celebrate the New Year with Holdovers

The New Year's weekend normally has no wide releases, and that's the case this year. This means last weekend's three big hits will finish one-two-three this weekend, although they could finish in a different order. Meanwhile, all three combined might not make as much as Avatar earned this time last year, meaning 2010 will end and 2011 will begin on a sour note. More...

International Box Office: Little Leads the Way, Maybe

With Christmas just behind us and New Year's Day just ahead, a lot of studios are on vacation, so there are not a lot of details when it comes to box office numbers and we are stuck with studio estimates for the most part. According to these estimates, Little Fockers took top spot with $27 million on 3933 screens in 37 markets during its opening. However, it was such a tight race that once final figures are in, it might slip to second, or even third. Its biggest market was the U.K., where it opened in first place with $7.3 million on 487 screens. By comparison, Meet the Parents made twice that during its debut in 2005. Ouch. More...

Christmas Gifts Include a Major Milestone plus a Lump of Coal or Two

It was a good news, really bad news weekend. Let's start with the good news. The overall box office for the year reached $10 billion for only the second time in history. Bad news, the box office this past weekend was so bad that 2010 lost its lead over 2009. It did rise from last weekend by 8% to $145 million, but that's 47% lower than the same weekend last year. Granted, Christmas Eve landing on a Friday did have a lot to do with that, but this is still a terrible result. Year-to-date, 2010 has now earned $10.33 billion, which is about $50 million behind last year's pace. It won't get better next weekend, so 2010 won't be setting the record. More...

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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...

Studios are Hoping Christmas Box Office Won't Be Little

This weekend could be a disaster at the box office. Not only is it likely that the biggest release will under-perform, but Christmas Eve lands on the Friday. Christmas Eve is a black hole at the box office and it basically cuts nearly a full day off the weekend. Worse still, last year was incredibly strong and it is very possible that the number one movie this year won't make as much as the third place film did last year. More...

Per Theater Chart: King Regains Crown

It was a good week for The King's Speech, as it led the way for Golden Globe nominations and SAG nominations, while retaking top spot on the per theater chart. Despite expanding from 19 theaters to 43 theaters, its average fell just 20% to $25,515. This was twice as much as Tron: Legacy, which placed second with $12,758. The only other film to reach the $10,000 mark was Rabbit Hole at $10,756. This is not bad, but given the Awards Season Buzz, I was expecting more. More...

IMAX Bolsters Tron's Totals

Tron: Legacy may not have been a monster hit overall, but it was another story on IMAX, as it earned $10.45 million in 234 theaters. That's almost a quarter of all its box office revenue from less than 7% of its theaters. Internationally is was also strong, pulling in $2.2 million in 54 IMAX theaters, or about 10% of its total international debut. That is a much lower percentage than it managed stateside, but IMAX penetration is also quite a bit lower internationally. More...

Tron Scores Easy Win Over Weak Competition

The weekend numbers were mixed with only one film performing really well and a few more pulling in middling numbers for this time of year. Overall the box office was up 47% from last weekend adding $135 million to its running tally, meaning it crossed the $10 billion mark over the weekend. The good news is this was a weekend faster than that milestone was reached last year and the second highest in history. The bad news is that it was down 2% from last year, while the year-to-date race now has 2010 up by just 1.2% at $10.07 billion to $9.94 billion. There is a chance that by this time next week, 2010 will have surrendered its lead. More...

Weekend Estimates: Ordinary Opening for Tron Leads Lacklustre Weekend

The weekend before Christmas brought little cheer to the movie industry, with Tron: Legacy posting a fairly ordinary $43.6 million opening, and the weekend's two other wide openers and one wide expansion missing the mark. Since Avatar was released this weekend last year, the year-on-year comparisons look bad for the industry as a whole, and 2010 looks certain to lag 2009 in tickets sold, and possibly in total revenue. More...

Can Tron Save the Win?

Early in the year, after the fantastic success of Avatar and Alice in Wonderland, it looked like 2010 would see more tickets sold than 2009, and it could crush the total box office record. That seems like a long, long time ago. Memorial Day was a disaster and, despite a few bright spots here and there, the box office has never regained its early shine. Now the question is not whether 2010 will see more tickets sold; it won't. The question is whether or not 2010's total box office can remain above 2009's pace. If Tron: Legacy is a monster hit, it could go along way to helping save a win for 2010. It's going to need to be a monster hit to keep pace with last year and the only shred of good news I can think of for 2010 is that Avatar was a relatively slow starter, when compared to its eventual run. More...

Contest: An Early Present

It's the last chance to get yourself a Christmas gift from our box office prediction contest. Of course, while the winners will be announced before Christmas, the prizes won't get to you till after. Next week has a trio of wide releases, but only one of them, Tron: Legacy, has a shot at top spot and it is this week's target film. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Tron: Legacy. 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 Cyrus on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Cyrus on DVD. Finally, a third person will be chosen from all eligible entries and that person will win the final copy of Cyrus on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2010 Preview: December

It's the end of the year and there are certainly some question marks that will be answered over the next 31 days. Are there any monster hits left for 2010? Will 2010 manage to stay ahead of 2009? Will it actually start winning again at the box office? Unfortunately, the answer to all three of those questions might be no. First of all, of the November wide releases, only two will really match expectations, with a couple of others coming close. So December starts on the weak side. Additionally, last December saw the release of Avatar, the biggest box office hit of all time. There's no film coming out this month that will match that movie. In fact, there's a chance no movie coming out this month will match last December's second place film, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. This means that even though 2010 had a $300 million lead over 2009 just a few weeks ago, by the end of the year, 2010 might fail to break last year's record. More...

Cast

Jeff Bridges    Kevin Flynn/Clu
Garrett Hedlund    Sam Flynn
Olivia Wilde    Quorra
Bruce Boxleitner    Alan Bradley/Tron
James Frain    Jarvis
Beau Garrett    Gem
Michael Sheen    Castor/Zuse
Anis Cheurfa    Rinzler
Serinda Swan    Siren #2.
Yaya DaCosta    Siren #3.
Elizabeth Mathis    Siren #4.
Yurij Kis    Half Faced Man
Conrad Coates    Bartik
Daft Punk    Masked DJ’s.
Ron Selmour    Chattering Homeless Man
Dan Joffre    Key Security Guard #1 – Ernie
Darren Dolynski    Young Man on Recognizer
Kofi Yiadom    Disc Opponent #2
Steven Lisberger    Shaddix
Donnelly Rhodes    Grandpa Flynn
Belinda Montgomery    Grandma Flynn
Owen Best    7 Year Old Sam Flynn
Matt Ward    Iso Boy
Zoe Fryklund    Iso Girl
Dean Redman    Light Jet Sentry
Mi-Jung Lee    Debra Chung
Christopher Logan    Nervous Program
Sheldon Yamkovy    Destitute Program
Dale Wolfe    Irv Culpepper
Joanne Wilson    Reporter #1
Catherine Lough Haggquist    Reporter #2
Thomas Bradshaw    Security Guard #2
Shafin Karim    East Indian Taxi Driver
Rob Daly    Lead Sentry
Mike Ching    Blue Gaming Program
Michael Teigen    Green Gaming Program
Brent Stait    Purple Gaming Program
Shaw Madson    Reporter #3
Amy Esterle    Young Mrs. Flynn
Cody Laudan    End of the Line Club Bouncer
Jeffrey Nordling    Richard Mackey
Christine Adams    Claire Atkinson
Kate Gajdosik    News Anchor
Jack McGee    Police Photographer
Dawn Mander    Crying Program
Michael Logie    Kevin Flynn Performance Double
Edie Mirman    Computer Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Joseph Kosinski
Screenwriter    Edward Kitsis
Screenwriter    Adam Horowitz
Story Creator    Edward Kitsis
Story Creator    Adam Horowitz
Story Creator    Brian Klugman
Story Creator    Lee Sternthal
Character Creator    Steven Lisberger
Character Creator    Bonnie Macbird
Producer    Sean Bailey
Producer    Jeffrey Silver
Producer    Steven Lisberger
Executive Producer    Donald Kushner
Co-Producer    Justin Springer
Co-Producer    Steve Guab
Cinematographer    Claudio Miranda
Production Designer    Darren Gilford
Editor    James Haygood
Costume Designer    Michael Wilkinson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Eric Barba
Composer    Daft Punk
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn
Unit Production Manager    Justis Greene
Unit Production Manager    Heather Meehan
Assistant Director    Bruce Franklin
Assistant Director    Pete Whyte
Assistant Director    David Klohn
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/17 1 $17,509,781   3,451 $5,074   $17,509,781 1
2010/12/18 1 $15,036,169 -14% 3,451 $4,357   $32,545,950 2
2010/12/19 1 $11,480,261 -24% 3,451 $3,327   $44,026,211 3
2010/12/20 1 $6,075,208 -47% 3,451 $1,760   $50,101,419 4
2010/12/21 1 $6,350,783 +5% 3,451 $1,840   $56,452,202 5
2010/12/22 2 $5,630,623 -11% 3,451 $1,632   $62,082,825 6
2010/12/23 2 $6,139,380 +9% 3,451 $1,779   $68,222,205 7
2010/12/24 3 $3,969,993 -35% 3,451 $1,150   $72,192,198 8
2010/12/25 3 $7,637,503 +92% 3,451 $2,213   $79,829,701 9
2010/12/26 3 $7,544,002 -1% 3,451 $2,186   $87,373,703 10
2010/12/27 3 $6,333,441 -16% 3,451 $1,835   $93,707,144 11
2010/12/28 2 $6,348,449 n/c 3,451 $1,840   $100,055,593 12
2010/12/29 3 $6,111,457 -4% 3,451 $1,771   $106,167,050 13
2010/12/30 3 $6,380,823 +4% 3,451 $1,849   $112,547,873 14
2010/12/31 3 $4,992,200 -22% 3,365 $1,484   $117,540,071 15
2011/01/01 3 $8,141,135 +63% 3,365 $2,419   $125,681,206 16
2011/01/02 3 $5,623,638 -31% 3,365 $1,671   $131,304,844 17
2011/01/03 3 $2,340,031 -58% 3,365 $695   $133,644,875 18
2011/01/04 3 $1,755,989 -25% 3,365 $522   $135,400,864 19
2011/01/05 3 $1,383,504 -21% 3,365 $411   $136,784,368 20
2011/01/06 3 $1,338,050 -3% 3,365 $398   $138,122,418 21
2011/01/07 4 $2,691,984 +101% 3,013 $893   $140,814,402 22
2011/01/08 3 $4,625,870 +72% 3,013 $1,535   $145,440,272 23
2011/01/09 3 $2,772,148 -40% 3,013 $920   $148,212,420 24
2011/01/10 5 $692,824 -75% 3,013 $230   $148,905,244 25
2011/01/11 5 $813,710 +17% 3,013 $270   $149,718,954 26
2011/01/12 4 $756,852 -7% 3,013 $251   $150,475,806 27
2011/01/13 4 $762,790 +1% 3,013 $253   $151,238,596 28
2011/01/14 8 $1,391,396 +82% 2,439 $570   $152,629,992 29
2011/01/15 8 $2,410,887 +73% 2,439 $988   $155,040,879 30
2011/01/16 8 $1,877,575 -22% 2,439 $770   $156,918,454 31
2011/01/17 8 $1,579,096 -16% 2,439 $647   $158,497,550 32
2011/01/18 8 $407,072 -74% 2,439 $167   $158,904,622 33
2011/01/19 8 $314,548 -23% 2,439 $129   $159,219,170 34
2011/01/20 8 $340,320 +8% 2,439 $140   $159,559,490 35
2011/01/21 9 $931,063 +174% 2,018 $461   $160,490,553 36
2011/01/22 10 $1,829,179 +96% 2,018 $906   $162,319,732 37
2011/01/23 8 $886,879 -52% 2,018 $439   $163,206,611 38
2011/01/24 8 $253,766 -71% 2,018 $126   $163,460,377 39
2011/01/25 9 $250,373 -1% 2,018 $124   $163,710,750 40
2011/01/26 9 $224,150 -10% 2,018 $111   $163,934,900 41
2011/01/27 8 $268,187 +20% 2,018 $133   $164,203,087 42
2011/01/28 11 $610,610 +128% 1,505 $406   $164,813,697 43
2011/01/29 13 $1,201,917 +97% 1,505 $799   $166,015,614 44
2011/01/30 12 $716,570 -40% 1,505 $476   $166,732,184 45
2011/01/31 11 $157,793 -78% 1,505 $105   $166,889,977 46
2011/02/01 11 $149,308 -5% 1,505 $99   $167,039,285 47
2011/02/02 12 $175,591 +18% 1,505 $117   $167,214,876 48
2011/02/03 11 $179,371 +2% 1,505 $119   $167,394,247 49
2011/02/04 16 $368,543 +105% 1,040 $354   $167,762,790 50
2011/02/05 14 $735,397 +100% 1,040 $707   $168,498,187 51
2011/02/06 14 $260,051 -65% 1,040 $250   $168,758,238 52
2011/02/07 14 $110,405 -58% 1,040 $106   $168,868,643 53
2011/02/08 14 $111,365 +1% 1,040 $107   $168,980,008 54
2011/02/09 15 $103,519 -7% 1,040 $100   $169,083,527 55
2011/02/10 14 $115,829 +12% 1,040 $111   $169,199,356 56
2011/02/11 22 $129,309 +12% 364 $355   $169,328,665 57
2011/02/12 18 $264,151 +104% 364 $726   $169,592,816 58
2011/02/13 - $161,016 -39% 364 $442   $169,753,832 59
2011/02/14 - $84,278 -48% 364 $232   $169,838,110 60
2011/02/15 - $48,024 -43% 364 $132   $169,886,134 61
2011/02/16 - $49,173 +2% 364 $135   $169,935,307 62
2011/02/17 - $53,981 +10% 364 $148   $169,989,288 63
2011/02/21 23 $110,572   312 $354   $170,552,083 67
2011/02/22 - $43,054 -61% 312 $138   $170,595,137 68
2011/02/23 - $35,117 -18% 312 $113   $170,630,254 69
2011/02/24 - $39,227 +12% 312 $126   $170,669,481 70

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/17 1 $44,026,211   3,451 $12,758   $44,026,211 3
2010/12/24 3 $19,151,498 -56% 3,451 $5,550   $87,373,703 10
2010/12/31 3 $18,756,973 -2% 3,365 $5,574   $131,304,844 17
2011/01/07 4 $10,090,002 -46% 3,013 $3,349   $148,212,420 24
2011/01/14 7 $5,679,858 -44% 2,439 $2,329   $156,918,454 31
2011/01/21 10 $3,647,121 -36% 2,018 $1,807   $163,206,611 38
2011/01/28 12 $2,529,097 -31% 1,505 $1,680   $166,732,184 45
2011/02/04 14 $1,363,991 -46% 1,040 $1,312   $168,758,238 52
2011/02/11 21 $554,476 -59% 364 $1,523   $169,753,832 59
2011/02/18 23 $452,223 -18% 312 $1,449   $170,441,511 66
2011/02/25 24 $330,462 -27% 276 $1,197   $170,999,943 73
2011/03/04 26 $243,434 -26% 239 $1,019   $171,363,350 80
2011/03/11 32 $140,564 -42% 169 $832   $171,590,201 87
2011/03/18 35 $102,234 -27% 104 $983   $171,777,398 94
2011/03/25 42 $70,775 -31% 79 $896   $171,891,000 101
2011/04/01 43 $55,972 -21% 63 $888   $171,989,909 108
2011/04/08 54 $28,516 -49% 29 $983   $172,051,787 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/10/20112657,556 657,556$10,514,320$10,514,3201
4/17/20114209,273-68% 866,829$3,526,250$14,040,5702
4/24/201112137,644-34% 1,004,473$2,240,844$16,281,4153
5/1/2011585,639-38% 1,090,112$1,540,646$17,822,0604
5/8/20111354,994-36% 1,145,106$989,342$18,811,4025
5/15/20111737,591-32% 1,182,697$676,262$19,487,6656
5/22/20112330,762-18% 1,213,459$507,265$19,994,9307
5/29/20112325,695-16% 1,239,154$436,558$20,431,4888
6/5/20111639,952+55% 1,279,106$661,605$21,093,0939
6/12/20112136,329-9% 1,315,435$612,144$21,705,23710

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/10/20111627,291 627,291$15,425,086$15,425,0861
4/17/20113123,346-80% 750,637$3,426,548$18,851,6342
4/24/2011673,528-40% 824,165$1,981,592$20,833,2263
5/1/2011343,329-41% 867,494$1,243,543$22,076,7694
5/8/2011435,927-17% 903,421$1,077,445$23,154,2145
5/15/2011624,902-31% 928,323$746,815$23,901,0296
5/22/20111118,267-27% 946,590$511,295$24,412,3247
5/29/20111016,634-9% 963,224$486,042$24,898,3668
6/5/20111019,212+15% 982,436$554,279$25,452,6459
6/12/20111014,153-26% 996,589$406,761$25,859,40610
6/19/20111022,043+56% 1,018,632$640,578$26,499,98411
6/26/20111312,478-43% 1,031,110$350,124$26,850,10812
7/3/2011179,133-27% 1,040,243$277,185$27,127,29313
7/10/20111120,459+124% 1,060,702$576,329$27,703,62214

Tron: Legacy HD Trailer

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