Up in the Air

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $83,823,381Details
International Box Office $83,019,358
Worldwide Box Office $166,842,739
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $20,172,044 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,208,306 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $23,380,350
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
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
79% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 4th, 2009 (Limited) by Paramount Pictures
December 25th, 2009 (Expands Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: March 9th, 2010 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R For language and some sexual content
Running Time: 109 minutes
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Cold Springs Pictures, DW Studios, Rickshaw, Right of Way Films, Paramount Pictures, Montecito Picture Company

Cast

   Ryan Bingham
   Alex Goran
   Natalie Keener
Jason Bateman    Craig Gregory
Danny McBride    Jim Miller
Melanie Lynskey    Julie Bingham
Amy Morton    Kara Bingham
Sam Elliott    Maynard Finch
J.K. Simmons    Bob
Zach Galifianakis    Steve
Tamala Jones   

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jason Reitman
Screenwriter    Sheldon Turner
Based on the Novel by    Walter Kirn
Producer    Daniel Dubiecki
Producer    Jeffrey Clifford
Producer    Ivan Reitman
Producer    Jason Reitman
Executive Producer    Ted Griffin
Executive Producer    Michael Beugg
Executive Producer    Tom Pollock
Executive Producer    Joe Medjuck
Cinematographer    Eric Steelberg
Editor    Dana E. Glauberman
Composer    Rolfe Kent
Production Designer    Steve Saklad
Art Director    Andrew Max Cahn
Set Decorator    Linda Sutton-Doll
Costume Designer    Danny Glicker
Sound Mixer    Steven A. Morrow
Supervising Sound Editor    Perry Robertson
Supervising Sound Editor    Scott Sanders
Re-recording Mixer    Gregory H. Watkins
Re-recording Mixer    J. Stanley Johnston
Associate Producer    Ali Bell
Associate Producer    Jason Blumenfeld
Associate Producer    Helen Estabrook
Assistant Director    Jason Blumenfeld
Casting Director    Mindy Marin

DVD Sales: New Releases are Precious

Not only did eight new releases reach the top 30 on this March 14's sales chart, but they were very top-heavy on the chart, taking the top three spots and six of the top seven. The new number one DVD was Precious with 726,000 units sold and $12.34 million in consumer spending at retail during its first week of release. More...

International Details: Princess hits Regal Milestone

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 9th, 2010

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International Details: Princess Still Powerful

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Director

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International Details: Shutter Island is International Destination

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International Details: Princess Still Treated Like Royalty Overseas

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Awards Season: There's No Question about the WGA Winners

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International Top Five: Another Week, Another Milestone for Avatar

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International Top Five: Avatar Hits Century Mark

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Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

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International Top Five: Avatar Tops the World

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And a Very, Very Happy New Year

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2010 continued the record-breaking ways of 2009 thanks to incredible holds by most films in the top ten. In fact, all but one film we talked about on Thursday topped expectations, sometimes by margins that are difficult to believe. Overall ticket sales were $220 million, which is 21% lower than last weekend, but a stunning 44% higher than last year. 2009 ended the year with an estimated total of $10.60 billion, which was more than 10% higher than last year's final tally, and almost $1 billion more than the previous record. Simply amazing. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/04 13 $329,119   15 $21,941   $329,119 1
2009/12/05 13 $474,567 +44% 15 $31,638   $803,686 2
2009/12/06 13 $377,764 -20% 15 $25,184   $1,181,450 3
2009/12/07 15 $108,073 -71% 15 $7,205   $1,289,523 4
2009/12/08 15 $99,120 -8% 15 $6,608   $1,388,643 5
2009/12/09 15 $99,870 +1% 15 $6,658   $1,488,513 6
2009/12/10 15 $99,870 n/c 15 $6,658   $1,588,383 7
2009/12/11 12 $658,157 +559% 72 $9,141   $2,246,540 8
2009/12/12 12 $1,056,378 +61% 72 $14,672   $3,302,918 9
2009/12/13 12 $679,809 -36% 72 $9,442   $3,982,627 10
2009/12/14 11 $210,189 -69% 72 $2,919   $4,192,816 11
2009/12/15 11 $267,232 +27% 72 $3,712   $4,460,048 12
2009/12/16 11 $283,936 +6% 72 $3,944   $4,743,984 13
2009/12/17 11 $261,935 -8% 72 $3,638   $5,005,919 14
2009/12/18 8 $931,546 +256% 175 $5,323   $5,937,465 15
2009/12/19 8 $1,261,798 +35% 175 $7,210   $7,199,263 16
2009/12/20 8 $1,016,788 -19% 175 $5,810   $8,216,051 17
2009/12/21 9 $526,064 -48% 175 $3,006   $8,742,115 18
2009/12/22 10 $541,444 +3% 175 $3,094   $9,283,559 19
2009/12/23 5 $1,726,665 +219% 1,895 $911   $11,010,224 20
2009/12/24 3 $1,751,496 +1% 1,895 $924   $12,761,720 21
2009/12/25 5 $3,643,812 +108% 1,895 $1,923   $16,405,532 22
2009/12/26 6 $4,376,519 +20% 1,895 $2,310   $20,782,051 23
2009/12/27 6 $3,249,917 -26% 1,895 $1,715   $24,031,968 24
2009/12/28 7 $2,260,808 -30% 1,895 $1,193   $26,292,776 25
2009/12/29 7 $2,228,216 -1% 1,895 $1,176   $28,520,992 26
2009/12/30 7 $2,305,603 +3% 1,895 $1,217   $30,826,595 27
2009/12/31 6 $2,828,618 +23% 1,895 $1,493   $33,655,213 28
2010/01/01 6 $4,112,263 +45% 1,895 $2,170   $37,767,476 29
2010/01/02 6 $4,457,565 +8% 1,895 $2,352   $42,225,041 30
2010/01/03 7 $2,150,224 -52% 1,895 $1,135   $44,375,265 31
2010/01/04 6 $815,407 -62% 1,895 $430   $45,190,672 32
2010/01/05 5 $910,705 +12% 1,895 $481   $46,101,377 33
2010/01/06 5 $835,243 -8% 1,895 $441   $46,936,620 34
2010/01/07 5 $705,121 -16% 1,895 $372   $47,641,741 35
2010/01/08 9 $2,083,038 +195% 2,218 $939   $49,724,779 36
2010/01/09 8 $3,222,773 +55% 2,218 $1,453   $52,947,552 37
2010/01/10 8 $1,853,483 -42% 2,218 $836   $54,801,035 38
2010/01/11 8 $560,060 -70% 2,218 $253   $55,361,095 39
2010/01/12 6 $716,475 +28% 2,218 $323   $56,077,570 40
2010/01/13 5 $654,086 -9% 2,218 $295   $56,731,656 41
2010/01/14 6 $641,362 -2% 2,218 $289   $57,373,018 42
2010/01/15 11 $1,518,431 +137% 2,107 $721   $58,891,449 43
2010/01/16 10 $2,340,235 +54% 2,107 $1,111   $61,231,684 44
2010/01/17 11 $1,586,713 -32% 2,107 $753   $62,818,397 45
2010/01/18 11 $1,084,722 -32% 2,107 $515   $63,903,119 46
2010/01/19 7 $507,662 -53% 2,107 $241   $64,410,781 47
2010/01/20 6 $452,287 -11% 2,107 $215   $64,863,068 48
2010/01/21 6 $480,458 +6% 2,107 $228   $65,343,526 49
2010/01/22 11 $1,127,005 +135% 1,707 $660   $66,470,531 50
2010/01/23 12 $1,989,705 +77% 1,707 $1,166   $68,460,236 51
2010/01/24 12 $785,480 -61% 1,707 $460   $69,245,716 52
2010/01/25 11 $274,492 -65% 1,707 $161   $69,520,208 53
2010/01/26 9 $346,281 +26% 1,707 $203   $69,866,489 54
2010/01/27 9 $302,983 -13% 1,707 $177   $70,169,472 55
2010/01/28 9 $303,045 n/c 1,707 $178   $70,472,517 56
2010/01/29 13 $713,842 +136% 1,430 $499   $71,186,359 57
2010/01/30 12 $1,350,754 +89% 1,430 $945   $72,537,113 58
2010/01/31 12 $736,545 -45% 1,430 $515   $73,273,658 59
2010/02/01 13 $201,452 -73% 1,430 $141   $73,475,110 60
2010/02/02 10 $290,659 +44% 1,430 $203   $73,765,769 61
2010/02/03 11 $286,058 -2% 1,430 $200   $74,051,827 62
2010/02/04 11 $279,366 -2% 1,430 $195   $74,331,193 63
2010/02/05 13 $689,064 +147% 1,547 $445   $75,020,257 64
2010/02/06 12 $1,222,444 +77% 1,547 $790   $76,242,701 65
2010/02/07 15 $371,605 -70% 1,547 $240   $76,614,306 66
2010/02/08 12 $189,036 -49% 1,547 $122   $76,803,342 67
2010/02/09 12 $221,458 +17% 1,547 $143   $77,024,800 68
2010/02/10 13 $189,401 -14% 1,547 $122   $77,214,201 69
2010/02/11 12 $224,568 +19% 1,547 $145   $77,438,769 70
2010/02/12 15 $342,627 +53% 925 $370   $77,781,396 71
2010/02/13 14 $732,963 +114% 925 $792   $78,514,359 72
2010/02/14 15 $698,160 -5% 925 $755   $79,212,519 73
2010/02/15 16 $289,310 -59% 925 $313   $79,501,829 74
2010/02/16 16 $116,430 -60% 925 $126   $79,618,259 75
2010/02/17 14 $114,377 -2% 925 $124   $79,732,636 76
2010/02/18 14 $124,208 +9% 925 $134   $79,856,844 77
2010/02/19 14 $274,258 +121% 727 $377   $80,131,102 78
2010/02/20 14 $511,700 +87% 727 $704   $80,642,802 79
2010/02/21 15 $266,078 -48% 727 $366   $80,908,880 80
2010/02/22 14 $91,148 -66% 727 $125   $81,000,028 81
2010/02/23 14 $95,286 +5% 727 $131   $81,095,314 82
2010/02/24 14 $91,202 -4% 727 $125   $81,186,516 83
2010/02/25 14 $90,321 -1% 727 $124   $81,276,837 84
2010/02/26 - $199,433 +121% 586 $340   $81,476,270 85
2010/02/27 - $422,079 +112% 586 $720   $81,898,349 86
2010/02/28 - $180,569 -57% 586 $308   $82,078,918 87
2010/03/01 - $61,096 -66% 586 $104   $82,140,014 88
2010/03/02 - $88,402 +45% 586 $151   $82,228,416 89
2010/03/03 - $85,435 -3% 586 $146   $82,313,851 90
2010/03/04 - $89,907 +5% 586 $153   $82,403,758 91
2010/03/05 - $165,768 +84% 403 $411   $82,569,526 92
2010/03/06 - $320,219 +93% 403 $795   $82,889,745 93
2010/03/07 - $121,478 -62% 403 $301   $83,011,223 94
2010/03/08 - $44,378 -63% 403 $110   $83,055,601 95
2010/03/09 - $50,115 +13% 403 $124   $83,105,716 96
2010/03/10 - $45,485 -9% 403 $113   $83,151,201 97
2010/03/11 - $48,849 +7% 403 $121   $83,200,050 98
2010/03/12 - $80,797 +65% 274 $295   $83,280,847 99
2010/03/13 - $124,247 +54% 274 $453   $83,405,094 100
2010/03/14 - $60,261 -51% 274 $220   $83,465,355 101
2010/03/15 - $24,677 -59% 274 $90   $83,490,032 102
2010/03/16 - $27,827 +13% 274 $102   $83,517,859 103
2010/03/17 - $24,580 -12% 274 $90   $83,542,439 104
2010/03/18 - $25,119 +2% 274 $92   $83,567,558 105
2010/03/19 - $32,519 +29% 178 $183   $83,600,077 106
2010/03/20 - $47,877 +47% 178 $269   $83,647,954 107
2010/03/21 - $27,313 -43% 178 $153   $83,675,267 108
2010/03/22 - $11,306 -59% 178 $64   $83,686,573 109
2010/03/23 - $12,614 +12% 178 $71   $83,699,187 110
2010/03/24 - $10,040 -20% 178 $56   $83,709,227 111
2010/03/25 - $12,248 +22% 178 $69   $83,721,475 112
2010/03/26 - $16,885 +38% 87 $194   $83,738,360 113
2010/03/27 - $24,033 +42% 87 $276   $83,762,393 114
2010/03/28 - $12,655 -47% 87 $145   $83,775,048 115
2010/03/29 - $4,786 -62% 87 $55   $83,779,834 116
2010/03/30 - $5,468 +14% 87 $63   $83,785,302 117
2010/03/31 - $4,788 -12% 87 $55   $83,790,090 118
2010/04/01 - $5,268 +10% 87 $61   $83,795,358 119
2010/04/02 - $5,292 n/c 41 $129   $83,800,650 120
2010/04/03 - $8,446 +60% 41 $206   $83,809,096 121
2010/04/04 - $4,364 -48% 41 $106   $83,813,460 122
2010/04/05 - $3,183 -27% 41 $78   $83,816,643 123
2010/04/06 - $2,196 -31% 41 $54   $83,818,839 124
2010/04/07 - $2,190 n/c 41 $53   $83,821,029 125
2010/04/08 - $2,352 +7% 41 $57   $83,823,381 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/04 13 $1,181,450   15 $78,763   $1,181,450 3
2009/12/11 11 $2,394,344 +103% 72 $33,255   $3,982,627 10
2009/12/18 8 $3,210,132 +34% 175 $18,344   $8,216,051 17
2009/12/25 6 $11,270,248 +251% 1,895 $5,947   $24,031,968 24
2010/01/01 6 $10,720,052 -5% 1,895 $5,657   $44,375,265 31
2010/01/08 8 $7,159,294 -33% 2,218 $3,228   $54,801,035 38
2010/01/15 10 $5,445,379 -24% 2,107 $2,584   $62,818,397 45
2010/01/22 12 $3,902,190 -28% 1,707 $2,286   $69,245,716 52
2010/01/29 12 $2,801,141 -28% 1,430 $1,959   $73,273,658 59
2010/02/05 12 $2,283,113 -18% 1,547 $1,476   $76,614,306 66
2010/02/12 15 $1,773,750 -22% 925 $1,918   $79,212,519 73
2010/02/19 14 $1,052,036 -41% 727 $1,447   $80,908,880 80
2010/02/26 17 $802,081 -24% 586 $1,369   $82,078,918 87
2010/03/05 16 $607,465 -24% 403 $1,507   $83,011,223 94
2010/03/12 21 $265,305 -56% 274 $968   $83,465,355 101
2010/03/19 31 $107,709 -59% 178 $605   $83,675,267 108
2010/03/26 39 $53,573 -50% 87 $616   $83,775,048 115
2010/04/02 55 $18,102 -66% 41 $442   $83,813,460 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/14/20105536,441 536,441$9,114,133$9,114,1331
3/21/201012154,686-71% 691,127$2,628,115$11,742,2482
3/28/20101583,940-46% 775,067$1,426,141$13,168,3883
4/11/20102430,912 839,996$525,195$14,271,5325
4/18/20102630,089-3% 870,085$459,760$14,731,2926
5/30/20102638,323 964,896$443,014$16,020,03012

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/14/2010560,518 60,518$1,538,981$1,538,9811
3/21/20101211,585-81% 72,104$273,528$1,812,5092

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