X-Men: First Class

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $146,408,305Details
International Box Office $209,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $355,408,305
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,714,345 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $32,204,975 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $58,919,320
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

X-MEN: FIRST CLASS charts the beginning of the X-Men saga, and reveals a secret history of famous global events. Before mutants had revealed themselves to the world, and before Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Not archenemies, they were instead at first the closest of friends, working together with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to prevent nuclear Armageddon. In the process, a grave rift between them opened, which began the eternal war between Magneto's Brotherhood and Professor X's X-Men.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
87% - Certified Fresh
Audience
87% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$160,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 3rd, 2011 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: September 9th, 2011 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, some sexual content including brief partial nudity and language.
(Rating bulletin 2171, 5/11/2011)
Franchise: X-Men
Keywords: Terrorism, Nazis, Non-Chronological, Religious, LGBT, Political, Marvel Comics, Gratuitous Cameos, Ensemble, Prequel, New Guy/Girl in School, Boarding School, Mutants
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero

Blu-ray Sales: High Definition Looking Blue

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Awards Season: SAG Spreads the Love

The SAG nominations were handed out this week, and while The Help led the way with four nods, it wasn't the only film that earned multiple nominations. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Transformers Soar Past the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon dominated the new releases and the Blu-ray sales chart in a way few films have managed. It sold 1.42 million units generating $29.66 million from Friday through Sunday. Its opening Blu-ray ratio was 64%, which is a record for a first-run release. It also represented 68% of all Blu-rays sold, which is mind-boggling. More...

DVD Sales: Transformers Look on the Bright Side of Things

There were only three new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD Sales Chart, but all three placed high on the list. Leading the way was Transformers: Dark of the Moon with 796,000 units / $13.53 million from Friday through Sunday. This is lower than Bridesmaids opened with last week, but this was a Friday release, so that does have some effect. I'm still a little disappointed in the film's DVD sales, but hopefully it was much stronger on Blu-ray. More...

DVD Sales: Honeymoon Begins for Bridesmaids

New releases were again dominated by TV on DVD releases representing five of the eight new DVDs to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart. However, none of them reached the top five. The best of these new releases was Bridesmaids with 1.37 million units / $21.44 million in opening week sales. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Bridesmaids Highlight of Banner Week

Bridesmaids led the way on the Blu-ray sales chart, just as it did on the DVD sales chart. It was by far the best new release selling 593,000 units and generating $13.30 million in revenue. Its opening week Blu-ray ratio was 30%, which is very high for this type of release and further proof Blu-ray is taking over from DVD. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Thor Goes to War

There are three major releases on this week's Blu-ray sales chart, including one that was released a little early, and one that was released a little late. Leading the way in terms of units sold is Thor with 799,000 units / $22.00 million. Its opening Blu-ray ratio was just a hair under 50% and that's a figure that will quickly become the norm for blockbuster releases. More...

DVD Sales: Hammering the Competition

TV on DVD dominated new releases with nine of them in the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart. However, the number one release of the week was not TV on DVD, but Thor, which opened with 811,000 units / $14.53 million. That's the best debut since Rio, and it is likely this film will be even better on Blu-ray. More...

DVD Sales: X Marks the Spot

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart this week with ten in the top thirty and three in the top five. This includes X-Men: First Class, which took top spot with 561,000 units / $10.01 million during just three days of release. More...

Blu-ray Sales: X-Men are Feeling Classy

We had good news on the Blu-ray sales chart, as X-Men: First Class opened better than it did on DVD. It dominated with 825,000 units / $19.35 million during just three days of sales. That was more than the rest of the market managed over the full week. This gave the film an opening week Blu-ray ratio of just under 60%, which is the best the format has managed for a first-run release. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for September 13th, 2011

It is an incredibly busy week on the home market with several major releases, including Thor on Blu-ray, as well as Star Wars The Complete Saga, which comes out this Friday. Unfortunately, neither of the screeners have arrived yet, so it is hard to tell if they are pick of the week material. I figured Star Wars would easily take that honor, but the changes made have pissed off enough people that I think it's best that I hold off making a judgment till after it arrives. After spending way too long trying to pick between the two, I'm going with Degrassi: Season Ten, Part Two instead. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for September 6th, 2011

It's a transition week on the home market and while today doesn't mark the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, it's soon. Very soon. As in Friday. That's when X-Men: First Class comes out, which is the first of the summer blockbusters. The film earned fantastic reviews and will likely be the Pick of the Week, when the screener arrives. More...

International Box Office: Transformers Hold Top Spot with Plenty of Milestones Below

Transformers: Dark of the Moon repeated as champion on the international stage with $94.70 million on 11,222 screens in 58 markets for a total of $386.43 million internationally and $647.51 million worldwide. At this pace, by this weekend it will be ahead of Transformers and will have no trouble becoming the biggest hit in the franchise. As for individual markets, it earned the most in South Korea where it was down just 31% to $15.11 million on 1,301 screens over the weekend for a total of $54.47 million after two. It became the fastest film to reach $50 million in that market. It wasn't able to hold on as well in the U.K. down 56% to $7.58 million on 522 screens over the weekend for a total of $31.45 million after two. In Australia it was down 43%, which at first glance seems strong, but it was a holiday weekend in that market and half the films in the top five saw growth. It still added $7.52 million on 596 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $29.13 million, which is stronger than its performance, given the relative size of the two markets. The film fell 56% in Russia, which isn't bad compared to the average drop-off in that market. It managed $7.47 million on 1,385 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $36.03 million. More...

International Box Office: Cars Cuts Off Panda to Take Checkered Flag

In a battle of digitally animated sequels, Cars 2 came out on top with $39.23 million on 4,873 screens in 25 markets for a total opening of $43.98 million. Its best market was Russia where it opened in first place with $9.42 million on 950 screens. By comparison, the original Cars made $4 million in that market, in total. The film was also very strong in Mexico with $8.08 million on 1,981 screens and in Brazil with $5.29 million on 747 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.04 million. The film had to deal with direct competition in Australia, but still came out on top with $5.13 million. The final major market it debuted in was Italy, where it earned $3.86 million on 834 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.71 million. Overall, the film more than doubled the debuts of Cars in the markets it opened in, while it was on par with Toys 3's openings. Granted, it likely won't have the same legs, but this is still a great start. More...

International Box Office: Kung Fu Fights Past Another Milestone

Kung Fu Panda 2 remained in top spot on the international chart with $58.16 million on 11,244 screens in 54 markets for totals of $284.22 million internationally and $427.89 million worldwide. The film opened in France and Germany with nearly identical results with $6.91 million on 725 screens in the former and $6.91 million on 699 screens in the latter. (The result in Germany does include some previews.) So far the film has made an estimated $77 million in China, which is by far the film's biggest market. More...

Weekend Numbers: Lantern in the Green, But Overall Box Office in the Red

The overall box office box office this past weekend was as expected, more or less. A few of the films did a little bit better, a few missed expectations, but not by a lot. This helped the box office grow by 11% from last weekend to $153 million. Unfortunately, this weekend last year saw the release of Toy Story 3, which made $110 million by itself, so year-over-year there was a 23% drop-off. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 8% at $4.65 billion to $5.03 billion, but perhaps we can close that gap a little bit this coming weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Lantern Pull in the Green?

After a strong start to the summer, which actually began in late April, we could hit a real roadblock this weekend. The only film earning any kind of buzz is Green Lantern, and not all of that buzz is good. Additionally, this weekend last year was dominated by Toy Story 3, which opened with $110 million. There is a chance the top five films won't make that much this year. More...

International Box Office: Panda Doesn't Pull Any Punches

Kung Fu Panda 2 climbed into top spot on the international chart after three weeks of release, earning $56.72 million on 11,867 screens in 45 markets for a total of $206.11 million internationally and $332.92 million worldwide. This past weekend the film debuted in a number of major markets, led by the U.K. where it made $10.07 million on 514 screens, but while this was enough for first place in the market, it was less than the original made. On the other hand, it showed growth in Mexico with $7.34 million on 1,841 screens over the weekend and a total opening of $14.69 million, and in Brazil with $4.79 million on 714 screens over the weekend and $5.18 million in total. The film opens in France and Germany next weekend and Japan and Italy in August, so it still has quite a way to go before its international run is over. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Super Surpasses Most Predictions

Nearly every film in the top five beat Thursday's predictions, and the one film that didn't landed within a rounding error of doing so. This helped the overall box office reach $138 million for the weekend, but while this was better than expected, it was still 14% lower than last weekend and 9% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 7% at $4.43 billion to $4.76 billion, but this is better than it has been for the majority of the year. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spielberg Homage Earns Super $37 Million

As someone on Twitter put it this morning, Super 8's $37 million opening takes E.T.'s lifetime gross to $472 million.

The robust opening for J.J. Abrams homage to Steven Spielberg will satisfy Paramount, especially with the heart of the Summer season ahead of it, good reviews and great word-of-mouth. $100 million should be easily achieved from this beginning, and even better numbers aren't out of the question. For a film that reportedly cost $50 million, that's not bad going. More...

Weekend Predictions: How Super Will Super Be?

After X-Men: First Class opened on the low end of expectations last weekend, it is even more important that Super 8 carries its weight this weekend if 2011 is to continue its winning ways. Even if Super 8 does land on the high end of expectations, it might not be enough, as this weekend last year saw the release of The Karate Kid, which was a surprise hit that opened with $55 million. More...

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International Box Office: Stranger Tides Sweeps Away More Records

I think it is not unfair to call Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides a disappointment domestically, as it seems very likely that it won't match its hefty production budget, while it is practically guaranteed it will be the weakest installment in the franchise. On the other hand, the film is breaking records internationally. This weekend it tied the record for the fastest film to reach $600 million internationally, which was previously set by Avatar at just 19 days. It also became the fastest to reach $700 million worldwide at 16 days. This weekend its haul was down to $70.78 million on 15,962 screens in 69 markets for a total of $601.58 million internationally and $791.78 million worldwide, but that was enough to earn first place for the third weekend in a row. The film's biggest market of the weekend was Japan where it made $8.63 million on 802 screens, giving it a total of $62.75 million after just three weeks of release. More...

Per Theater Chart: Beginners Begins Big but can't Top Tree

The Tree of Life held onto top spot on the per theater chart with an average of $30,915 in 20 theaters. It will undoubtedly expand further. Beginners was right behind with an average of $28,268 in five theaters. Midnight in Paris continues to shine with an average of $18,843 in 147 theaters. It has a planned semi-wide expansion this weekend, so this is very likely the last time it will top $10,000 on the per theater chart, but it will continue to hit milestones. X-Men: First Class earned first place on the overall box office chart and fourth place on the per theater chart with $15,134. Submarine managed to top $10,000 on the per theater chart, but it was close with and average of $10,458 in four theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: First Place for First Class, But Will It Last?

It wasn't exactly a disappointing weekend at the box office, but we did see the overall box office fall closer to the low end of expectations. With $160 million over the weekend, the box office was down 28% from the Friday-through-Sunday portion of the Memorial Day long weekend. However, it was up 24% from this weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 now has pulled in $4.23 billion, compared to $4.55 billion for last year. 2011 is still in a massive hole, but at least there's a chance we can close the gap, while reaching $10 billion in total for the year has become a lot more likely. More...

Weekend Estimates: X-Men First Week Good, Not Great

2011 continued its winning streak at the box office this weekend, with five films topping $10 million and X-Men: First Class posting a very respectable $56 million opening, according to Fox's Sunday estimate. With the studio setting expectations a little lower than that, they can claim an excellent weekend. And they do have a point, but the truth is that this is the worst opening for a movie in the franchise since the first movie arrived in 2000 (and the latest film's estimate is only ahead by a couple of million dollars, so it might not even beat that mark). Excellent reviews and peak Summer business should help the film over the next few weeks, but it can't afford a 60% decline next weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will X-Men's Latest Offering be Top of the Class?

After a record-breaking Memorial Day long weekend, the industry is hoping to maintain that momentum throughout the summer. There's only one wide release to deal with this weekend, X-Men: First Class, but most analysts expect it to earn more than the four wide releases earned in total this weekend last year. Add in stronger holdovers, and every indication says there should be a solid win for 2011 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2011 Preview: June

After a strong May in which most weekends saw growth year-over-year, there is finally some real optimism at the box office. Will that continue this month? It might be tough, as last June was actually pretty good, all things considered. It was certainly busier. This time around there are only seven wide releases, but the lack of competition should help each individual film reach its full potential, and there's a chance five of the seven films will earn more than $100 million at the box office. If less than three of them reach the century mark, it would be a huge shock. On the other hand, there's nothing opening this month that will compare to Toy Story 3, which earned more than $400 million last year. The only one that has a real shot to come close is Transformers: Dark of the Moon. However, since that film opens on a Wednesday the 29th of June and the Friday is the 1st of July, it is more of a July release and we will preview it at the beginning of next month. More...

Contest: These Prizes are White and Hot

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Cast

James McAvoy    Professor Charles Xavier
Michael Fassbender    Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto
Jennifer Lawrence    Raven Darkholme / Mystique
Rose Byrne    Moira MacTaggert
January Jones    Emma Frost / White Queen
Nicholas Hoult    Dr. Henry "Hank" McCoy / Beast
Kevin Bacon    Sebastian Shaw
Oliver Platt    The Man in Black
Jason Flemyng    Azazel
Edi Gathegi    Armando Munoz / Darwin
Caleb Landry Jones    Sean Cassidy / Banshee
Zoe Kravitz    Angel Salvadore
Matt Craven   
Alex Gonzalez    Janos Quested / Riptide
Rade Sherbedgia   
Glenn Morshower   
Bill Milner   
Michael Ironside   
Ray Wise   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Matthew Vaughn
Producer    Lauren Shuler Donner
Producer    Bryan Singer
Producer    Simon Kinberg
Producer    Gregory Goodman
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    Tarquin Pack
Executive Producer    Josh McLaglen
Co-Producer    Jason Taylor
Associate Producer    Tom Cohen
Screenwriter    Ashley Edward Miller
Screenwriter    Zack Stentz
Screenwriter    Jane Goldman
Screenwriter    Matthew Vaughn
Story Creator    Sheldon Turner
Story Creator    Bryan Singer
Cinematographer    John Mathieson
Editor    Lee Smith
Editor    Eddie Hamilton
Production Designer    Chris Seagers
Composer    Henry Jackman
Visual Effects Designer    John Dykstra

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/06/03 1 $21,398,778   3,641 $5,877   $21,398,778 1
2011/06/04 1 $19,713,168 -8% 3,641 $5,414   $41,111,946 2
2011/06/05 1 $13,989,658 -29% 3,641 $3,842   $55,101,604 3
2011/06/06 1 $5,452,193 -61% 3,641 $1,497   $60,553,797 4
2011/06/07 1 $5,075,246 -7% 3,641 $1,394   $65,629,043 5
2011/06/08 1 $4,238,061 -16% 3,641 $1,164   $69,867,104 6
2011/06/09 1 $4,027,245 -5% 3,641 $1,106   $73,894,349 7
2011/06/10 2 $7,525,242 +87% 3,692 $2,038   $81,419,591 8
2011/06/11 2 $10,027,477 +33% 3,692 $2,716   $91,447,068 9
2011/06/12 2 $6,576,267 -34% 3,692 $1,781   $98,023,335 10
2011/06/13 2 $2,726,803 -59% 3,692 $739   $100,750,138 11
2011/06/14 2 $2,968,837 +9% 3,692 $804   $103,718,975 12
2011/06/15 2 $2,319,163 -22% 3,692 $628   $106,038,138 13
2011/06/16 2 $2,386,424 +3% 3,692 $646   $108,424,562 14
2011/06/17 4 $3,402,278 +43% 3,375 $1,008   $111,826,840 15
2011/06/18 4 $4,453,520 +31% 3,375 $1,320   $116,280,360 16
2011/06/19 4 $4,077,726 -8% 3,375 $1,208   $120,358,086 17
2011/06/20 4 $1,462,145 -64% 3,375 $433   $121,820,231 18
2011/06/21 4 $1,576,163 +8% 3,375 $467   $123,396,394 19
2011/06/22 4 $1,388,807 -12% 3,375 $411   $124,785,201 20
2011/06/23 5 $1,429,727 +3% 3,375 $424   $126,214,928 21
2011/06/24 6 $2,110,439 +48% 2,633 $802   $128,325,367 22
2011/06/25 6 $2,650,753 +26% 2,633 $1,007   $130,976,120 23
2011/06/26 6 $1,919,288 -28% 2,633 $729   $132,895,408 24
2011/06/27 6 $858,965 -55% 2,633 $326   $133,754,373 25
2011/06/28 7 $873,691 +2% 2,633 $332   $134,628,064 26
2011/06/29 9 $525,562 -40% 2,023 $260   $135,153,626 27
2011/06/30 8 $558,101 +6% 2,023 $276   $135,711,727 28
2011/07/01 10 $837,188 +50% 1,602 $523   $136,548,915 29
2011/07/02 10 $1,065,154 +27% 1,602 $665   $137,614,069 30
2011/07/03 10 $1,048,576 -2% 1,602 $655   $138,662,645 31
2011/07/04 11 $666,710 -36% 1,602 $416   $139,329,355 32
2011/07/05 10 $464,823 -30% 1,602 $290   $139,794,178 33
2011/07/06 11 $408,007 -12% 1,602 $255   $140,202,185 34
2011/07/07 11 $414,552 +2% 1,602 $259   $140,616,737 35
2011/07/08 - $446,869 +8% 847 $528   $141,063,606 36
2011/07/09 - $593,338 +33% 847 $701   $141,656,944 37
2011/07/10 - $433,177 -27% 847 $511   $142,090,121 38
2011/07/11 13 $194,366 -55% 847 $229   $142,284,487 39
2011/07/12 13 $213,473 +10% 847 $252   $142,497,960 40
2011/07/13 13 $177,214 -17% 847 $209   $142,675,174 41
2011/07/14 13 $145,097 -18% 847 $171   $142,820,271 42
2011/07/15 - $184,214 +27% 470 $392   $143,004,485 43
2011/07/16 - $260,776 +42% 470 $555   $143,265,261 44
2011/07/17 - $190,596 -27% 470 $406   $143,455,857 45
2011/07/18 - $97,870 -49% 470 $208   $143,553,727 46
2011/07/19 - $108,610 +11% 470 $231   $143,662,337 47
2011/07/20 - $98,222 -10% 470 $209   $143,760,559 48
2011/07/21 - $101,759 +4% 470 $217   $143,862,318 49
2011/07/22 - $108,727 +7% 295 $369   $143,971,045 50
2011/07/23 - $138,545 +27% 295 $470   $144,109,590 51
2011/07/24 - $100,774 -27% 295 $342   $144,210,364 52
2011/07/25 - $55,040 -45% 295 $187   $144,265,404 53
2011/07/26 - $62,442 +13% 295 $212   $144,327,846 54
2011/07/27 - $54,984 -12% 295 $186   $144,382,830 55
2011/07/28 - $53,503 -3% 295 $181   $144,436,333 56
2011/07/29 - $86,128 +61% 254 $339   $144,522,461 57
2011/07/30 - $114,084 +32% 254 $449   $144,636,545 58
2011/07/31 - $87,297 -23% 254 $344   $144,723,842 59
2011/08/01 - $49,326 -43% 254 $194   $144,773,168 60
2011/08/02 - $52,573 +7% 254 $207   $144,825,741 61
2011/08/03 - $50,297 -4% 254 $198   $144,876,038 62
2011/08/04 - $46,745 -7% 254 $184   $144,922,783 63
2011/08/05 - $127,818 +173% 235 $544   $145,050,601 64
2011/08/06 - $149,880 +17% 235 $638   $145,200,481 65
2011/08/07 - $91,870 -39% 235 $391   $145,292,351 66
2011/08/08 - $54,211 -41% 235 $231   $145,346,562 67
2011/08/09 - $57,526 +6% 235 $245   $145,404,088 68
2011/08/10 - $46,388 -19% 235 $197   $145,450,476 69
2011/08/11 - $50,261 +8% 235 $214   $145,500,737 70
2011/08/12 - $58,511 +16% 183 $320   $145,559,248 71
2011/08/13 - $76,892 +31% 183 $420   $145,636,140 72
2011/08/14 - $52,406 -32% 183 $286   $145,688,546 73
2011/08/15 - $28,888 -45% 183 $158   $145,717,434 74
2011/08/16 - $34,730 +20% 183 $190   $145,752,164 75
2011/08/17 - $28,236 -19% 183 $154   $145,780,400 76
2011/08/18 - $27,734 -2% 183 $152   $145,808,134 77
2011/08/19 - $41,152 +48% 146 $282   $145,849,286 78
2011/08/20 - $54,683 +33% 146 $375   $145,903,969 79
2011/08/21 - $35,826 -34% 146 $245   $145,939,795 80
2011/08/22 - $17,710 -51% 146 $121   $145,957,505 81
2011/08/23 - $19,669 +11% 146 $135   $145,977,174 82
2011/08/24 - $16,072 -18% 146 $110   $145,993,246 83
2011/08/25 - $16,899 +5% 146 $116   $146,010,145 84
2011/08/26 - $33,548 +99% 110 $305   $146,043,693 85
2011/08/27 - $49,507 +48% 110 $450   $146,093,200 86
2011/08/28 - $30,467 -38% 110 $277   $146,123,667 87
2011/08/29 - $12,486 -59% 110 $114   $146,136,153 88
2011/08/30 - $11,650 -7% 110 $106   $146,147,803 89
2011/08/31 - $9,673 -17% 110 $88   $146,157,476 90
2011/09/01 - $12,512 +29% 110 $114   $146,169,988 91
2011/09/02 - $26,290 +110% 101 $260   $146,196,278 92
2011/09/03 - $37,888 +44% 101 $375   $146,234,166 93
2011/09/04 - $43,184 +14% 101 $428   $146,277,350 94
2011/09/05 49 $22,650 -48% 101 $224   $146,300,000 95
2011/09/06 - $6,247 -72% 101 $62   $146,306,247 96
2011/09/07 - $5,835 -7% 101 $58   $146,312,082 97
2011/09/08 - $5,838 n/c 101 $58   $146,317,920 98
2011/09/09 - $12,019 +106% 67 $179   $146,329,939 99
2011/09/10 - $18,522 +54% 67 $276   $146,348,461 100
2011/09/11 - $9,714 -48% 67 $145   $146,358,175 101
2011/09/12 - $3,768 -61% 67 $56   $146,361,943 102
2011/09/13 - $3,687 -2% 67 $55   $146,365,630 103
2011/09/14 - $3,480 -6% 67 $52   $146,369,110 104
2011/09/15 - $3,751 +8% 67 $56   $146,372,861 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/06/03 1 $55,101,604   3,641 $15,134   $55,101,604 3
2011/06/10 2 $24,128,986 -56% 3,692 $6,535   $98,023,335 10
2011/06/17 4 $11,933,524 -51% 3,375 $3,536   $120,358,086 17
2011/06/24 6 $6,680,480 -44% 2,633 $2,537   $132,895,408 24
2011/07/01 11 $2,950,918 -56% 1,602 $1,842   $138,662,645 31
2011/07/08 13 $1,473,384 -50% 847 $1,740   $142,090,121 38
2011/07/15 16 $635,586 -57% 470 $1,352   $143,455,857 45
2011/07/22 20 $348,046 -45% 295 $1,180   $144,210,364 52
2011/07/29 22 $287,509 -17% 254 $1,132   $144,723,842 59
2011/08/05 20 $369,568 +29% 235 $1,573   $145,292,351 66
2011/08/12 30 $187,809 -49% 183 $1,026   $145,688,546 73
2011/08/19 36 $131,661 -30% 146 $902   $145,939,795 80
2011/08/26 37 $113,522 -14% 110 $1,032   $146,123,667 87
2011/09/02 44 $107,362 -5% 101 $1,063   $146,277,350 94
2011/09/09 57 $40,255 -63% 67 $601   $146,358,175 101
2011/09/16 62 $17,349 -57% 36 $482   $146,390,210 108
2011/09/23 78 $8,567 -51% 22 $389   $146,405,371 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/11/20111385,656 385,656$6,328,615$6,328,6151
9/18/20112360,093-7% 745,749$6,838,166$13,166,7812
9/25/2011597,151-73% 842,900$1,844,897$15,011,6793
10/2/2011578,139-20% 921,039$1,283,042$16,294,7214
10/9/2011764,351-18% 985,390$1,033,477$17,328,1985
10/16/20111143,314-33% 1,028,704$717,280$18,045,4786
10/23/20111531,019-28% 1,059,723$589,051$18,634,5297
10/30/20112023,350-25% 1,083,073$396,716$19,031,2458
11/6/20112217,738-24% 1,100,811$301,369$19,332,6149
11/13/20112542,288+138% 1,143,099$422,457$19,755,07110
11/27/201119201,733 1,344,832$1,827,701$21,582,77212
6/1/20142713,937 1,775,565$100,068$26,590,191143

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/11/20111456,338 456,338$10,705,689$10,705,6891
9/18/20113248,505-46% 704,843$6,476,040$17,181,7292
9/25/2011576,185-69% 781,028$1,732,448$18,914,1773
10/2/2011550,047-34% 831,075$1,250,670$20,164,8474
10/9/20111034,023-32% 865,098$802,938$20,967,7855
10/16/2011934,348+1% 899,446$784,845$21,752,6306
10/23/20111321,593-37% 921,039$539,609$22,292,2397
10/30/20111316,008-26% 937,047$334,253$22,626,4928
11/27/20117109,056 1,143,841$1,176,715$24,949,79412
12/4/2011553,018-51% 1,196,859$1,239,557$26,189,35113
1/8/2012825,684 1,272,142$519,840$27,713,06418
7/28/20131316,459 1,407,338$197,340$29,334,00099
5/18/20141513,272 1,526,749$261,990$31,691,163141
5/25/20141211,816-11% 1,538,565$197,438$31,888,601142
6/1/20141213,610+15% 1,552,175$166,584$32,055,185143
6/8/2014169,744-28% 1,561,919$77,951$32,133,136144

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