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World Trade Center (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $70,278,893Details
International Box Office $93,016,761
Worldwide Box Office $163,295,654
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $36,986,330 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $36,986,330
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  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer


Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
68% - Fresh
60% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

Movie Details

Production Budget:$65,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 9th, 2006 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: December 12th, 2006 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense and emotional content, some disturbing images and language
Running Time: 129 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Black Mass
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Keywords: Terrorism, 9/11
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,107 $92,591 Oct 13, 2006 68
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,761 $64,526 Oct 6, 2006 61
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,271 $157,514 Sep 29, 2006 54
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,910 $371,149 Sep 22, 2006 47
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,575 $1,041,893 Sep 15, 2006 40
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,209 $2,565,386 Sep 8, 2006 33
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 991 $4,609,685 Sep 1, 2006 26
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,045 $6,473,299 Aug 25, 2006 19
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 851 $50,961,764 Aug 25, 2006 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 927 $10,901,350 Aug 18, 2006 12
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 1,178 $5,618,532 Aug 13, 2006 5
Biggest August Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 101 $18,730,762 Aug 11, 2006 5
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 914 $18,730,762 Aug 11, 2006 5
Widest Opening Weekend 913 2,957 Aug 11, 2006 5
Biggest August Day at the Domestic Box Office 256 $7,267,258 Aug 12, 2006 4
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,516 $7,267,258 Aug 12, 2006 4
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,487 $5,844,972 Aug 11, 2006 3
Movies with Most Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 1,246 31.2% Aug 11, 2006 3


   John McLoughlin
   Will Jimeno
Maggie Gyllenhaal    Allison Jimeno
Maria Bello    Donna McLoughlin
Stephen Dorff    Scott Strauss
Jay Hernandez    Dominick Pezzulo
Michael Shannon    Dave Karnes
Donna Murphy    Judy Jonas
Frank Whaley    Chuck Sereika
Viola Davis    Mother in Hospital
Jon Bernthal    Christopher Amoroso
Patti D'Arbanville    Donna's Neighbor
Jude Ciccolella    Inspector Fields
Brad William Henke    Allison's Brother
Peter McRobbie    Allison's Father
Ned Eisenberg    Officer Polnicki
Danny Nucci    Officer Giraldi
Nicholas Turturro    Officer Colovito
Dorothy Lyman    Allison's Mother
Armando Riesco    Antonio Rodrigues
Tom Wright    Officer Reynolds
Connor Paolo    Steven McLoughlin
Anthony Piccininni    JJ McLoughlin
Alexa Gerasimovich    Erin McLoughlin
Morgan Flynn    Caitlin McLoughlin
Joe Starr    Subway Rider
William Jimeno    Port Authority Officer
Nick Damici    Lieutenant Kassimatis
Martin Pfefferkorn    Homeless Addict
Razame De La Crackers    Homeless Addict
Nelson Pena    Street Hood
Marcos Palma    Street Hood
Andre Wood    Port Authority Hustler
Lisa Yuen    Port Authority Tourist
Cliff Bemis    Desk Cop
Harmonica Sunbeam    9th Avenue Hooker
Tyree Simpson    Officer Washington
Kevin Feely    Plain Clothes Officer
Mark Elliot Wilson    Street Businessman
Tawny Cypress    Bleeding Woman
Robert Blanche    WTC Desk Officer
Terry Quinn    Fire Fighter in Concourse
Ed Jewett    Wisconsin Cop
Maria Helan Checa    Allison's Co-Worker
Nicky Katt    Volunteer Fireman
Lucia Brawley    Will's Sister
Kimberly Scott    Sergeant King
Dara Coleman    Officer Boel
Tiffany Marie Romano    Bianca Jimeno
Gregory Jbara    Accountant in Karnes Office
Jordan Lage    Karne's Pastor
Wass Stevens    Pat McLoughlin
Julie Adams    Allison's Grandmother
Tony Genaro    Will's Father
Aixa Maldonado    Will's Mother
Jay Acovone    Donna's Male Neighbor
Howard Samuelsohn    Downtown Resident
David H. Ahl    National Guard Officer at Barricade
Arthur Nascarella    Fire Chief at Ground Zero
Thom Prin Jr.    Fireman at Ground Zero
Steve Chappell    Figure of Jesus
William Mapother    Marine Sergeant Thomas
Thomas F. Duffy    NYC Command Center Operator/Fireman Worker
Stoney Westmoreland    Paddy McGee
Tommy Asher    Fireman in Hole
Charles Gargano    Port Authority Commander
Thomas McHale    Port Authority Sergeant
Lalanya Masters    Allison's Nurse
Greg Collins    Will's Rescue Fireman
Scott Fox    Firefighter John's Rescue
Louis Raimondi    Firefighter John's Rescue
Victor Spadaro    Firefighter John's Rescue
John Kiernan    Firefighter John's Rescue
Liz Randall    Will's Arrival Nurse
Roger R. Cross    Will's Doctor
Jossara Jinaro    Will's Operation Nurse
Joseph Esposito    Fireman Joe
Gary Stretch    John's Paramedic
Kurt Caceres    John's Rescue Fireman
Lola Cook    Olivia Jimeno

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Andrea Berloff
Story Creator    John McLoughlin
Story Creator    Donna McLoughlin
Story Creator    William Jimeno
Story Creator    Allison Jimeno
Producer    Michael Shamberg
Producer    Stacey Sher
Producer    Moritz Borman
Producer    Debra Hill
Executive Producer    Donald J. Lee, Jr
Executive Producer    Norm Golightly
Director of Photography    Seamus McGarvey
Production Designer    Jan Roelfs
Editor    David Brenner
Editor    Julie Monroe
Costume Designer    Michael Dennison
Music Supervisor    Budd Carr
Composer    Craig Armstrong
Co-Producer    Chantal Feghali
Associate Producer    Rob Wilson
Assistant Director    Simon Warnock
Unit Production Manager    Jan Foster
Production Supervisor    Matthew Spiegel
Production Supervisor    Kate Kelly
Art Director    Richard L. Johnson
Art Director    Hinju Kim
Set Decorator    Beth Rubino
Second Unit Camera    Kyle Rudolph
Costume Supervisor    Jonny Pray
Sound Mixer    John Pritchett
Re-recording Mixer    Scott Millan
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Keller
Re-recording Mixer    Patrick Cyccone
Supervising Sound Editor    Wylie Stateman
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael Wilhoit
Sound Effects Editor    Hector Gika
Sound Effects Editor    Scott Wolf
Sound Designer    Harry Cohen
Sound Designer    Ann Scibelli
Dialogue Editor    Renee Tondelli
Dialogue Editor    Laura Harris
Dialogue Editor    Michael Hertlein
Music Editor    Joe E. Rand
Music Editor    Barbara McDermott
Make up    Mindy Hall
Make up    Kimberly Felix-Burke
Hairstylist    Mary Mastro
Hairstylist    Suzy Mazzarese-Allison
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Casting Director    Billy Hopkins
Casting Director    Suzanne Crowley
Casting Director    Kerry Barden
Stunt Coordinator    Doug Coleman
Stunt Coordinator    Terry Hewitt

DVD Releases for June 3, 2008

June 3rd, 2008

This was a bad week for big movies, with not a single first run release is even worth rating a solid purchase, never mind being a contender for DVD Pick of the Week. There were a few other contenders for the title, including Dirty Harry Collection on DVD or Blu-ray. However, I found it impossible to decide which format was the better deal. Had the Blu-ray provided anything more than High Definition, or been a more reasonable price compared to the DVD, it would have been an easier choice. One of them is the DVD Pick of the Week, I just don't know which one. On a side note, there is an immense flood of Blu-ray releases, including a few I thought were coming out previously. More...

Holiday Gift Guide - Part IV

December 23rd, 2006

Part IV of the Holiday Gift Guide is aptly named because if you are still shopping for gifts at this late date, every other word out of your mouth has exactly four letters. Hopefully there's enough ideas in these four installments to find a gift for everyone on your list. More...

Pirates Have a Devil of a Time on the Home Market

December 22nd, 2006

The Devil Wears Prada was the best of a new bunch winning out in a very, very close race with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest at $10.74 million to $10.67 million. More...

DVD Releases for December 12, 2006

December 12th, 2006

While the number of DVDs coming out this week isn't has high as last week, there is still a high level of quality with several contenders for DVD Pick of the Week, including The Devil Wears Prada - Buy from Amazon and World Trade Center - 2-Disc Commemorative Edition. However, the clear winner was James Bond - Ultimate Edition, both Volume 3 and Volume 4. More...

International Details - Devil Drops Out of Top Five

November 26th, 2006

Late numbers for the international weekend meant there was a shakeup in the top five with Saw III trading places with The Devil Wears Prada. Saw III took fourth with $6.54 million on 1912 screens in 20 markets for a total of $37.18 million. Meanwhile, The Devil Wears Prada fell to sixth with $5.87 million on 2452 screens in 23 markets for a total of $172.54 million. It was also the first time in nearly two months that the film didn't place in the top five on the international box office. More...

International Details - Box Office is Far From Dead

November 19th, 2006

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name held on strong adding $5.12 million on 397 screens in 2 markets for a two week total of $20.85 million. In Japan the film remained in top spot with $4.66 million on 346 screens for a two week total of $19.34 million. More...

International Details - Death has a Noteworthy Start

November 12th, 2006

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name opened in two market last weekend taking in a total of $7.29 million on 393 screens including finishing first in Japan with $6.50 million on 342 screen over the weekend and $10.33 million in total. In the mean time, the film opened in second place in South Korea with a respectable total of $1.37 million, which includes more than just the weekend, obviously. More...

International Details - Partying on the International Charts

November 5th, 2006

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals saw impressive growth this week up 52% to $4.26 million on 2035 screens in 20 markets for an international total of $16.58 million. The film opened in a handful of markets including placing first in Mexico with $927,000 on 310 screens, but that's a little low for this type of film in that market. Also, it missed the top five in Spain opening in sixth place with $651,000 on 220 screens. The film's biggest market of the weekend was the U.K. where it was down just 27% to $1.41 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.66 million after two. More...

International Top Five - Prada Passes Milestone

October 26th, 2006

It was a $100 million weekend for The Devil Wears Prada as its $18.6 million haul lifted its international total to $104 million. The film's only opening of note was Sweden where it topped the charts with $606,000 on 66 screens. Most of the film's box office this weekend came from holdovers like Italy where it was down a tiny 7% to $3.33 million on 420 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.50 million while it held on nearly as strong in Germany down 21% to $3.36 million on 598 million for a two week total of $9.23 million. The film still has openings in South Korea and Japan, although I'm unconvinced the film will be a hit in either country. But the film has already earned twice what it needed to show a profit, so the studio has no reason to complain regardless of what happens from now on. More...

International Top Five - Prada Still a Powerhouse

October 18th, 2006

The Devil Wears Prada remained on top of the international charts as it added $24.61 million on 4217 screens in 42 markets. This lifted its international total to $75.43 million and its worldwide total to $199.75 million. Germany was the film's biggest market as it took in $4.24 million on 559 screens, but a local film kept it out of first place while another local film did the same in the Netherlands where it opened with $631,000 on 80 screens over the weekend and $816,000 in total. It did earn first place in Italy with $3.56 million on 417 screens and in Taiwan with an estimated $1.2 million on 98. Meanwhile, the film performed amazingly in several holdover markets adding $3.47 million on 446 screens in the U.K. to its two-week total of $12.53 million while it remained in first place in France with $1.9 million on 507 screens for $10.1 million after three weeks. As for further milestones, the film has obviously already crossed $200 million worldwide and $100 million internationally won't be far behind. More...

International Top Five - The Devil You Say

October 11th, 2006

There was not a single new release in the top five, for that matter, all five films were in the top five last weekend as well. However, we still had a surprise number one as The Devil Wears Prada claimed the crown with $19.37 million on 2975 screens in 33 markets for a total of $42.16 million so far. That is almost 60% higher than it earned last weekend. Almost all of this growth can be attributed to the film's first place, $6.11 million opening on 447 screens in the U.K. but the film also took first place in Russia with $2.32 million on 299 screens and in Spain with $2.15 million on 301 screens. As for holdovers, it remained in first place in Australia down just 27% to $1.88 million on 321 screens and now has $7.02 million in the market while it fell 35% in France to $2.99 million over the weekend and $7.63 million in total. Comedies tends to be very cultural and usually they don't translate well. Perhaps the experience of having a bad boss is universal, (not that I would know anything about that), or perhaps the film's darker edge it helping it overseas. More...

International Top Five - Trade a Worldwide Hit

October 4th, 2006

World Trade Center had its widest expansion of its run so far an that helped it climb into first place in a very tight race. Over the weekend the film made $12.83 million on 2765 screens in 19 markets for an international total of $22.55 million after three weeks of release. The film opened in three major markets including its biggest markets, the U.K.. There it was in a close, three-way battle for first place but in the end it finished third with $3.12 million on 411 screens. The film also placed third in Germany with $1.68 million on 496 screens. In Spain, on the other hand, it handily took first place with $2.40 million on 325 screens and also finished first in Taiwan with $734,000 on 57 and in second in Brazil with $618,000 on 85. Next up for the film is Australia and Japan this weekend, as well as a series of midlevel European markets. More...

International Top Five - Sweet Smell of Success

September 27th, 2006

The German film, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, was the surprise winner at the international box office, taking in $10.79 million on 1,600 screens in 6 markets for a total of $31.62 million. Its best market remained Germany where it was down just 32% to $6.72 million on 773 screens; that was half the total box office in Germany, more than four times its nearest competition, and enough to lift its running tally in the market to $20.22 million. The film also managed to top $1 million during its second weekend in Russia (first place with $1.59 million on 310 screens for a $6.43 million total), and in its debut in Italy (third place with $1.05 million on 335). The film opens in France next weekend, in Spain at the end of November and in the U.K. at the beginning of December. One must assume the studio is happy with its run so far. However, with a production budget of 50 million Euros (about $65 million American), it is the most expensive German film ever and will need a strong run in several non-German speaking markets to show a profit. More...

International Top Five - Little Man a Big Deal

September 24th, 2006

Little Man shot up the charts into sixth place with $5.97 million on 1597 screens in 23 markets for a total of $22.63 million internationally. The film had million dollar debuts in both Spain, ($2.06 million on 250 screens), and Mexico, ($1.04 million on 352), while came reasonably close in Russia, ($960,000 on 217 screens, including midweek numbers). In all three markets, the film placed second on the charts. More amazingly is the film's performance in the U.K. as it dipped just 17% to $1.05 million on 315 screens over the weekend and a three-week total of $5.75 million. More...

Invincible Tops Tepid Weekend

August 29th, 2006

As summer slowly winds down, there was the predictable decline from last weekend's box office. In total, ticket sales managed $102 million, down 7.9%, but more importantly up 4.6% from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2006 is still ahead of 2005, but the lead has shrunk to 5% and we will need a strong fall season to maintain overall ticket sales growth. More...

New Releases Look Anything but Invincible

August 25th, 2006

The final weekend in August looks better than most, with one or two films that should finish with overall positive reviews. However, the box office potential for these films is very limited. It looks like Invincible should live up to its name, and if not, look for plenty of bad puns come Monday. I know I've already thought of a few. More...

Snakes Can't Compete with Hype

August 22nd, 2006

The weekend box office was surprisingly subdued given the amount of hype the number one film was generating. Overall the box office made $110 million, which was down 14.9% from last week and 3.5% from last year. The week-to-week decline is to be expected at this time of year, but the year-to-year drop-off is more troubling. Even so, 2006 is still maintaining a 6% lead over last year's pace and that's well above ticket price inflation. More...

DVD Releases for August 15, 2006

August 14th, 2006

It is another insanely busy week with 1,250 DVDs coming out, at least according to Amazon. However, like last week, the majority of those are episodes of Charlie Rose. (I really wish the studio released them as full season sets and not flood the market with individual titles that most people will skip over without a second thought.) Three releases immediately jump out as the best of the best, Apocalypse Now - The Complete Dossier, Masters of Horror - Dario Argento - Jenifer, and The Simpsons - The Complete Eighth Season - Collectable Maggie Head Edition. I could have spent hours trying to determine which of those was the best, but instead I will just award all three the title of DVD Pick of the Week. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 5 - August 11

August 11th, 2006

The torrid pace of website updates continues with more than 30 films on this week's list. There were a few sites that really caught my eye, but it was Trust the Man - Official Site and its interactive map of New York City and its more than 2 dozen clips that won the Weekly Website Award. More...

Ricky Bobby Looks to Take Victory Lap

August 10th, 2006

After winning last weekend with ease, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby has four new films looking to knock it off the podium. However, that seems very unlikely at this point. More...

Is the World Ready for Stone's Take on 9/11?

August 9th, 2006

World Trade Center gets a jump on the busy weekend competition, opening tonight in just over 2,800 theatres, but will this be a winning strategy? More...

Movie Website Updates for July 29 - August 4

August 4th, 2006

Third week in a row where the number of sites featured on this list has topped 30. With such a busy week it would take something different to win the award, and that's something Michel Gondry excels at delivering giving The Science of Sleep - Official Site the Weekly Website Award. More...

2006 Preview: August

August 1st, 2006

July finally brought us the year's first truly monster his with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, but outside that film, most of the month disappointed. With August being a bit of a dumping ground for films that didn't work out, the weakness in the box office should continue. Add in a few surprise hits last year and 2006 may have trouble keeping up with last years pace. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 22 - July 28

July 28th, 2006

Another big week for movie sites with several excellent entries. In this crowded field there were a lot of sites that showed promise and could be just one big update away from winning the award. But this week the best of the best was World Trade Center - Official Site. Let's hope that the movie can live up to the site. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 15 - July 21

July 21st, 2006

Another busy week, but unlike last week there was no massive blockbuster launching its flash site. Two sites stood out this week, (not counting past winners), and they are wildly different both in terms of style and in terms of the movie they are selling: Accepted - Official Site and World Trade Center - Official Site. The former is goofy and seriously immature, while the latter is one of the most emotional sites I've ever seen. In was nearly a coin flip, but in the end I went with Accepted - Official Site, but I would be willing to bet the other site will win before the movie comes out. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 8 - July 14

July 14th, 2006

It's a good week for website with what could be the last big hit of the year launching its flash site. That movie, Miami Vice, and its Official Site, is the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 20 - May 26

May 26th, 2006

Not much this week in terms of new sites or updates and all the ones that are award-worthy have already won the weekly website award. The best of the rest is The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift - Official Site, but it certainly doesn't deserve to win the awards. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 13 - May 19

May 19th, 2006

It was a good week for movie sites, although it's hard to tell looking just at the number of sites featured here. However, while the numbers of sites is low, the quality is very high with three sites in the running for the Weekly Website Award, (four if you include Casino Royale - Official Site, which I preemptively gave the award to when the placeholder site went live). Both The Break-Up - Official Site and Pulse - Official Site were also in the running, but in the end I went with See No Evil - Official Site. However, I expect the other two sites to win the award in later weeks. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 6 - May 12

May 12th, 2006

There's a better than average selection on this week's list, but for the vast majority of the sites, there are only minor changes. The best of the bunch is Click - Official Site but there are a several other sites on this week's list that are just a update or two away from being an award winning site. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 14 - April 20

April 20th, 2006

Another slow week and either I've lost my mojo for finding new and updated sites, or this is the calm before the storm that is the summer box office season. And speaking of Storm, the best of the bunch this week is X-Men: The Last Stand - Official Site. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/11 3 $18,730,762   2,957 $6,334   $26,531,879 5
2006/08/18 3 $10,901,350 -42% 2,998 $3,636   $45,105,868 12
2006/08/25 5 $6,473,299 -41% 3,021 $2,143   $55,642,517 19
2006/09/01 8 $4,609,685 -29% 2,902 $1,588   $62,495,330 26
2006/09/08 11 $2,565,386 -44% 2,674 $959   $67,152,063 33
2006/09/15 18 $1,041,893 -59% 1,474 $707   $69,090,404 40
2006/09/22 23 $371,149 -64% 607 $611   $69,748,809 47
2006/09/29 36 $157,514 -58% 242 $651   $69,999,970 54
2006/10/06 44 $64,526 -59% 117 $552   $70,118,265 61
2006/10/13 42 $92,591 +43% 191 $485   $70,236,496 68

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/09 2 $4,403,386   2,803 $1,571   $4,403,386 1
2006/08/10 2 $3,345,870 -24% 2,803 $1,194   $7,801,117 2
2006/08/11 3 $5,844,972 +75% 2,957 $1,977   $13,646,089 3
2006/08/12 2 $7,267,258 +24% 2,957 $2,458   $20,913,347 4
2006/08/13 2 $5,618,532 -23% 2,957 $1,900   $26,531,879 5
2006/08/14 3 $2,215,496 -61% 2,957 $749   $28,747,375 6
2006/08/15 3 $2,100,080 -5% 2,957 $710   $30,847,455 7
2006/08/16 3 $1,746,527 -17% 2,957 $591   $32,593,982 8
2006/08/17 3 $1,610,536 -8% 2,957 $545   $34,204,518 9
2006/08/18 5 $3,182,450 +98% 2,998 $1,062   $37,386,968 10
2006/08/19 3 $4,490,138 +41% 2,998 $1,498   $41,877,106 11
2006/08/20 3 $3,228,762 -28% 2,998 $1,077   $45,105,868 12
2006/08/21 5 $1,077,882 -67% 2,998 $360   $46,183,750 13
2006/08/22 5 $1,068,196 -1% 2,998 $356   $47,251,946 14
2006/08/23 5 $964,652 -10% 2,998 $322   $48,216,598 15
2006/08/24 5 $952,620 -1% 2,998 $318   $49,169,218 16
2006/08/25 9 $1,792,546 +88% 3,021 $593   $50,961,764 17
2006/08/26 4 $2,683,280 +50% 3,021 $888   $53,645,044 18
2006/08/27 5 $1,997,473 -26% 3,021 $661   $55,642,517 19
2006/08/28 7 $626,594 -69% 3,021 $207   $56,269,111 20
2006/08/29 9 $613,004 -2% 3,021 $203   $56,882,115 21
2006/08/30 9 $531,630 -13% 3,021 $176   $57,413,745 22
2006/08/31 8 $471,900 -11% 3,021 $156   $57,885,645 23
2006/09/01 10 $1,046,367 +122% 2,902 $361   $58,932,012 24
2006/09/02 8 $1,762,963 +68% 2,902 $607   $60,694,975 25
2006/09/03 8 $1,800,355 +2% 2,902 $620   $62,495,330 26
2006/09/04 8 $1,274,656 -29% 2,902 $439   $63,769,986 27
2006/09/05 8 $295,891 -77% 2,902 $102   $64,065,877 28
2006/09/06 8 $267,423 -10% 2,902 $92   $64,333,300 29
2006/09/07 8 $253,377 -5% 2,902 $87   $64,586,677 30
2006/09/08 12 $686,632 +171% 2,674 $257   $65,273,309 31
2006/09/09 13 $1,159,831 +69% 2,674 $434   $66,433,140 32
2006/09/10 11 $718,923 -38% 2,674 $269   $67,152,063 33
2006/09/11 7 $337,258 -53% 2,674 $126   $67,489,321 34
2006/09/12 10 $193,342 -43% 2,674 $72   $67,682,663 35
2006/09/13 10 $181,824 -6% 2,674 $68   $67,864,487 36
2006/09/14 10 $184,024 +1% 2,674 $69   $68,048,511 37

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/04 8 $7,749,256   2,803 $2,765   $7,801,117 2
2006/08/11 3 $26,403,401 +241% 2,957 $8,929   $34,204,518 9
2006/08/18 3 $14,964,700 -43% 2,998 $4,992   $49,169,218 16
2006/08/25 6 $8,716,427 -42% 3,021 $2,885   $57,885,645 23
2006/09/01 8 $6,701,032 -23% 2,902 $2,309   $64,586,677 30
2006/09/08 10 $3,461,834 -48% 2,674 $1,295   $68,048,511 37
2006/09/15 18 $1,329,149 -62% 1,474 $902   $69,377,660 44
2006/09/22 24 $464,796 -65% 607 $766   $69,842,456 51
2006/09/29 37 $211,283 -55% 242 $873   $70,053,739 58
2006/10/06 45 $90,166 -57% 117 $771   $70,143,905 65
2006/10/13 45 $134,988 +50% 191 $707   $70,278,893 72

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/17/20065737,087 737,087$15,772,556$15,772,5561
12/24/200615456,901-38% 1,193,988$9,787,870$25,560,4262
12/31/200624145,431-68% 1,339,419$3,111,176$28,671,6033

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