X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $179,883,157Details
International Box Office $194,942,603
Worldwide Box Office $374,825,760
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $84,525,025 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $32,834,059 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $117,359,084
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 RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
38% - Rotten
Audience
59% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 1st, 2009 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: September 15th, 2009 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, and some partial nudity
Running Time: 107 minutes
Franchise: X-Men Origins, X-Men, Wolverine
Keywords: Marvel Comics
Source:Spin-Off
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox, Marvel Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Donners' Company, Seed Productions

Cast

   Logan / Wolverine
Liev Schreiber    Victor Creed / Sabretooth
Danny Huston    William Stryker
Will.i.am    John Wraith / Kestrel
Lynn Collins    Kayla Silver Fox
Kevin Durand    Frederick J. Dukes / The Blob
Dominic Monaghan    Barnell Bohusk / Beak
Taylor Kitsch    Remy LeBeau / Gambit
Daniel Henney    David North / Agent Zero
Ryan Reynolds    Wade Wilson / Deadpool
Troye Mellet    Young Logan
Scott Adkins    Weapon XI
Julia Blake    Heather Hudson

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    David Benioff
Screenwriter    Skip Woods
Producer    Lauren Shuler Donner
Producer    Ralph Winter
Producer    Hugh Jackman
Producer    John Palermo
Executive Producer    Richard Donner
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Co-Producer    Louis G. Fridman
Co-Producer    Peter MacDonald
Cinematographer    Donald M. McAlpine
Editor    Nicolas de Toth
Editor    Megan Gill
Composer    Harry Gregson-Williams
Production Designer    Barry Robison
Supervising Sound Editor    Ian Gracie
Art Director    Karen Murphy
Art Director    Brian Edmonds
Set Decorator    Rebecca Cohen
Costume Designer    Louise Mingenbach
Sound Mixer    Guntis Sics
Supervising Sound Editor    John A Larsen
Supervising Sound Editor    Derek Vanderhorst
Sound Designer    Derek Vanderhorst
Visual Effects Supervisor    Patrick McClung
Special Make-up Effects    Alec Gillis
Special Make-up Effects    Tom Woodruff, Jr.
Stunt Coordinator    Glenn Boswell
Stunt Coordinator    Dean Choe
Stunt Coordinator    Michael Mitchell
Assistant Director    Phillip A. Patterson
Assistant Director    Chris Soldo
Casting Director    Christine King
Casting Director    Debra Zane

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DVD Sales - Monster Headache on Sales Chart

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DVD Rentals - Monsters and Aliens vs. The Competition

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DVD Sales - Wicked Witches Strong, but Monsters Prevail

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DVD Rentals - Past Catches Up to Home Market

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past led all new releases topping the rental chart this week with more than twice the number of rentals as X-Men Origins - Wolverine managed. More...

DVD Sales - Origins On Top

There were a ton of new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's sales chart; however, X-Men Origins - Wolverine remained in top spot with 595,000 units / $10.74 million over the week for a total of 3.02 million / $50.94 million after two. It is already in the top ten for the year. More...

DVD Rentals - Wolverine Cuts Down the Competition

There were not as many new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's rental chart as there were on the sales chart, but the same film topped both. X-Men Origins - Wolverine earned first place with more than 2.5 times as many rentals as State of Play, which was pushed into second place after two weeks on top. More...

DVD Sales - New Releases Slice Up the Chart

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DVD Releases for September 29th, 2009

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International Details - Dusk for Ice Age

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DVD Releases for September 15th, 2009 - Part I

The Christmas shopping season starts early this year, as it seems to do every year. Only 15 days into September we have the first summer blockbuster of the year coming out. While X-Men Origins - Wolverine will easily be the biggest release of the week, it won't be the best. I think the best selections out there are from the TV on DVD categories, which is common this time of year, and I would rank Sanctuary - Season One and Transformers - Season Two - Volume One as the best of the best and both are my DVD Picks of the Week. There are a large number of spotlight reviews, including a trio that arrived late, so the list had to be split into two. The second part can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for September 15th, 2009 - Part II

The Christmas shopping season starts early this year, as it seems to do every year. Only 15 days into September we have the first summer blockbuster of the year coming out. While X-Men Origins - Wolverine will easily be the biggest release of the week, it won't be the best. I think the best selections out there are from the TV on DVD categories, which is common this time of year, and I would rank Sanctuary - Season One and Transformers - Season Two - Volume One as the best of the best and both are my pick for the DVD Pick of the Week. There was a large number of spotlight reviews, including a trio that arrived late, so the list had to be split into two. The first part can be found here. More...

International Details - Terminating Another Milestone

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International Details - Racing Towards Milestones

Night at the Museum - Battle for the Smithsonian was pushed into second place in the international chart, but still added $27.88 million on 8350 screens in 66 markets while it lifted its international total to $149.55 million. The film opened in first place in South Korea with $4.33 million on 669 screens over the weekend and $4.75 million in total. It also remained in first place in China with $2.1 million on 818 screens over the weekend and $12.2 million in total, but that was a huge drop-off from last week. On the other hand, the film improved by 18% in the U.K. with $3.96 million on 509 screens over the weekend for a running tally of $25.31 million after three. That's better than the film's performance here, if you take into account the relative size of the two markets. The film opens in Mexico this weekend, and in Japan in August. It has likely reached $300 million worldwide already, and could make it all the way to $400 million before it is done. This is a drop-off from its predecessor, but the film is still well on its way to profitability and will get there before it reaches the lucrative home market. More...

International Details - Terminator\'s Salvation Yet to Come

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International Details - Still Treking

Star Trek slipped to third place on the international chart with $11.34 million on 5069 screens in 56 markets for a total of $87.68 million. It has now made more internationally than the previous film made worldwide. The film's best market was the U.K. where it has made $24.37 million, including $2.60 million on 474 screens this past weekend. As for future releases, it opens in Japan this weekend, while it has yet to open in Mexico, India, and other markets. More...

International Details - Trek Reaches Milestone

Star Trek's second weekend of release on the international chart was not as strong as it was domestically as it dropped 44% to 20.02 million on 5782 screens in 55 markets, but it lifted its total of $67.89 million internationally and it became the first in the franchise to reach $200 million worldwide. The film opened in China, but box office numbers were not released. We do have details on most holdovers, including the U.K., where it added $5.27 million on 498 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.42 million after two. The only other multi-million market was Australia, where it earned $2.04 million on 317 screens giving it a total of $6.66 million. More...

Weekend Box Office Ends Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

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International Details - Wolverine is Cut Down, but Still Fighting Hard

Wolverine was pushed into second place on the international chart with $28.95 million on 8982 screens in 93 markets for a total of $121.58 million. This was a 60% drop-off, but that was better than it was domestically, and it appears $300 million worldwide is a sure bet. The film was pushed into third place in the U.K., but still managed a healthy $3.39 million on 484 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.47 million. It remained in first place in France with $3.95 million on 700 screens, but that was for the full week giving the film $11.80 million after two. It also finished in first place in Brazil with $2.11 million on 609 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.81 million after two. Next up for the film is Mexico, where it opens at the end of May, while it ends its run in Japan in August. More...

Summer Looks to Continue its Angelic Run

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Star Trek Travels a Lonely Road on the Per Theater Chart

The overall box office leader, Star Trek, was the only $10,000 film over the weekend, earning an impressive average of $20,578. Second place went to Wolverine, which was way back at $6,443. More...

Star Trek Soars Higher

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Where No Star Trek Film has Gone Before

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International Top of the Chart - Wolverine Slices Up the Competition

Wolverine opened worldwide over the weekend and easily won the race to the top of the international box office. During its opening weekend, it managed $73.11 million on 9364 screens in 101 markets. This includes number on openings in many major markets, the best of which was the U.K. at $9.93 million on 488 screens, which was triple its nearest competition. More...

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X Marks the Top of the Per Theater Chart

There was only one film to top $10,000 on the per theater charts; in fact, there was only one film that care reasonably close. Wolverine was that one film as it topped both the per theater chart and the overall chart with an average of $20,751 in more than 4000 theaters. Second place went to Three Monkeys with $8,818 in just one theater. More...

Wolverine Win Weekend, Can\'t Take Down Iron Man

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Weekend Estimates: Wolverine Tops Chart with Muscular $87 Million

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Movie Website Reviews for the Weekend of May 1st, 2009

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Wolverine Ready to Slice Up the Competition

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/05/01 1 $34,433,831   4,099 $8,401   $34,433,831 1
2009/05/02 1 $29,323,711 -15% 4,099 $7,154   $63,757,542 2
2009/05/03 1 $21,300,461 -27% 4,099 $5,197   $85,058,003 3
2009/05/04 1 $5,451,023 -74% 4,099 $1,330   $90,509,026 4
2009/05/05 1 $4,632,575 -15% 4,099 $1,130   $95,141,601 5
2009/05/06 1 $4,011,209 -13% 4,099 $979   $99,152,810 6
2009/05/07 1 $3,471,337 -13% 4,099 $847   $102,624,147 7
2009/05/08 2 $8,317,835 +140% 4,102 $2,028   $110,941,982 8
2009/05/09 2 $11,231,427 +35% 4,102 $2,738   $122,173,409 9
2009/05/10 2 $6,859,026 -39% 4,102 $1,672   $129,032,435 10
2009/05/11 2 $1,975,325 -71% 4,102 $482   $131,007,760 11
2009/05/12 2 $1,894,749 -4% 4,102 $462   $132,902,509 12
2009/05/13 2 $1,705,242 -10% 4,102 $416   $134,607,751 13
2009/05/14 2 $1,682,993 -1% 4,102 $410   $136,290,744 14
2009/05/15 3 $4,175,922 +148% 3,892 $1,073   $140,466,666 15
2009/05/16 3 $6,442,453 +54% 3,892 $1,655   $146,909,119 16
2009/05/17 3 $4,084,050 -37% 3,892 $1,049   $150,993,169 17
2009/05/18 3 $1,425,181 -65% 3,892 $366   $152,418,350 18
2009/05/19 3 $1,067,934 -25% 3,892 $274   $153,486,284 19
2009/05/20 3 $956,416 -10% 3,892 $246   $154,442,700 20
2009/05/21 4 $811,037 -15% 3,892 $208   $155,253,737 21
2009/05/22 6 $2,250,228 +177% 3,183 $707   $157,503,965 22
2009/05/23 6 $3,008,644 +34% 3,183 $945   $160,512,609 23
2009/05/24 6 $2,811,685 -7% 3,183 $883   $163,324,294 24
2009/05/25 6 $1,840,129 -35% 3,183 $578   $165,164,423 25
2009/05/26 6 $649,051 -65% 3,183 $204   $165,813,474 26
2009/05/27 5 $568,433 -12% 3,183 $179   $166,381,907 27
2009/05/28 - $588,428 +4% 3,183 $185   $166,970,335 28
2009/05/29 8 $1,154,311 +96% 3,183 $363   $168,124,646 29
2009/05/30 8 $1,695,755 +47% 3,183 $533   $169,820,401 30
2009/05/31 8 $1,023,311 -40% 3,183 $321   $170,843,712 31
2009/06/01 8 $383,984 -62% 3,183 $121   $171,227,696 32
2009/06/02 8 $410,095 +7% 3,183 $129   $171,637,791 33
2009/06/03 7 $393,875 -4% 3,183 $124   $172,031,666 34
2009/06/04 8 $388,624 -1% 3,183 $122   $172,420,290 35
2009/06/05 11 $603,433 +55% 1,389 $434   $173,023,723 36
2009/06/06 10 $838,994 +39% 1,389 $604   $173,862,717 37
2009/06/07 10 $484,669 -42% 1,389 $349   $174,347,386 38
2009/06/08 10 $218,034 -55% 1,389 $157   $174,565,420 39
2009/06/09 10 $217,635 n/c 1,389 $157   $174,783,055 40
2009/06/10 10 $214,372 -1% 1,389 $154   $174,997,427 41
2009/06/11 10 $219,506 +2% 1,389 $158   $175,216,933 42
2009/06/12 12 $276,023 +26% 799 $345   $175,492,956 43
2009/06/13 12 $397,429 +44% 799 $497   $175,890,385 44
2009/06/14 12 $260,121 -35% 799 $326   $176,150,506 45
2009/06/15 12 $120,180 -54% 799 $150   $176,270,686 46
2009/06/16 12 $130,181 +8% 799 $163   $176,400,867 47
2009/06/17 12 $122,980 -6% 799 $154   $176,523,847 48
2009/06/18 12 $129,928 +6% 799 $163   $176,653,775 49
2009/06/19 14 $180,387 +39% 536 $337   $176,834,162 50
2009/06/20 14 $235,646 +31% 536 $440   $177,069,808 51
2009/06/21 14 $219,097 -7% 536 $409   $177,288,905 52
2009/06/22 14 $75,889 -65% 536 $142   $177,364,794 53
2009/06/23 16 $74,708 -2% 536 $139   $177,439,502 54
2009/06/24 - $44,325 -41% 341 $130   $177,483,827 55
2009/06/25 - $42,825 -3% 341 $126   $177,526,652 56
2009/06/26 - $95,896 +124% 360 $266   $177,622,548 57
2009/06/27 - $127,815 +33% 360 $355   $177,750,363 58
2009/06/28 - $86,456 -32% 360 $240   $177,836,819 59
2009/06/29 - $45,442 -47% 360 $126   $177,882,261 60
2009/06/30 - $57,845 +27% 341 $170   $177,940,106 61
2009/07/01 - $48,197 -17% 341 $141   $177,988,303 62
2009/07/02 - $57,090 +18% 341 $167   $178,045,393 63
2009/07/03 15 $121,705 +113% 303 $402   $178,167,098 64
2009/07/04 17 $77,836 -36% 303 $257   $178,244,934 65
2009/07/05 15 $96,811 +24% 303 $320   $178,341,745 66
2009/07/06 15 $50,659 -48% 303 $167   $178,392,404 67
2009/07/07 16 $55,115 +9% 303 $182   $178,447,519 68
2009/07/08 16 $48,290 -12% 303 $159   $178,495,809 69
2009/07/09 16 $49,743 +3% 303 $164   $178,545,552 70
2009/07/10 - $99,460 +100% 279 $356   $178,645,012 71
2009/07/11 - $116,492 +17% 279 $418   $178,761,504 72
2009/07/12 - $79,887 -31% 279 $286   $178,841,391 73
2009/07/13 - $41,006 -49% 279 $147   $178,882,397 74
2009/07/14 - $45,826 +12% 279 $164   $178,928,223 75
2009/07/15 - $35,521 -22% 279 $127   $178,963,744 76
2009/07/16 - $37,681 +6% 279 $135   $179,001,425 77
2009/07/17 - $57,953 +54% 226 $256   $179,059,378 78
2009/07/18 - $78,510 +35% 226 $347   $179,137,888 79
2009/07/19 - $55,633 -29% 226 $246   $179,193,521 80
2009/07/20 - $30,280 -46% 226 $134   $179,223,801 81
2009/07/21 - $36,045 +19% 226 $159   $179,259,846 82
2009/07/22 - $31,295 -13% 226 $138   $179,291,141 83
2009/07/23 - $33,281 +6% 226 $147   $179,324,422 84
2009/07/24 - $43,125 +30% 181 $238   $179,367,547 85
2009/07/25 - $58,822 +36% 181 $325   $179,426,369 86
2009/07/26 - $37,716 -36% 181 $208   $179,464,085 87
2009/07/27 - $21,870 -42% 181 $121   $179,485,955 88
2009/07/28 - $24,649 +13% 181 $136   $179,510,604 89
2009/07/29 - $23,518 -5% 181 $130   $179,534,122 90
2009/07/30 - $21,926 -7% 181 $121   $179,556,048 91
2009/07/31 - $25,267 +15% 129 $196   $179,581,315 92
2009/08/01 - $33,366 +32% 129 $259   $179,614,681 93
2009/08/02 - $23,722 -29% 129 $184   $179,638,403 94
2009/08/03 - $13,038 -45% 129 $101   $179,651,441 95
2009/08/04 - $14,364 +10% 129 $111   $179,665,805 96
2009/08/05 - $13,050 -9% 129 $101   $179,678,855 97
2009/08/06 - $13,691 +5% 129 $106   $179,692,546 98
2009/08/07 - $13,945 +2% 92 $152   $179,706,491 99
2009/08/08 - $18,035 +29% 92 $196   $179,724,526 100
2009/08/09 - $12,814 -29% 92 $139   $179,737,340 101
2009/08/10 - $6,806 -47% 92 $74   $179,744,146 102
2009/08/11 - $7,936 +17% 92 $86   $179,752,082 103
2009/08/12 - $7,121 -10% 92 $77   $179,759,203 104
2009/08/13 - $7,412 +4% 92 $81   $179,766,615 105
2009/08/14 - $11,067 +49% 64 $173   $179,777,682 106
2009/08/15 - $14,683 +33% 64 $229   $179,792,365 107
2009/08/16 - $8,934 -39% 64 $140   $179,801,299 108
2009/08/17 - $3,944 -56% 64 $62   $179,805,243 109
2009/08/18 - $4,078 +3% 64 $64   $179,809,321 110
2009/08/19 - $3,626 -11% 64 $57   $179,812,947 111
2009/08/20 - $3,774 +4% 64 $59   $179,816,721 112
2009/08/21 - $7,180 +90% 46 $156   $179,823,901 113
2009/08/22 - $10,296 +43% 46 $224   $179,834,197 114
2009/08/23 - $6,217 -40% 46 $135   $179,840,414 115
2009/08/24 - $2,580 -59% 46 $56   $179,842,994 116
2009/08/25 - $2,169 -16% 46 $47   $179,845,163 117
2009/08/26 - $2,051 -5% 46 $45   $179,847,214 118
2009/08/27 - $2,214 +8% 46 $48   $179,849,428 119
2009/08/28 - $4,061 +83% 26 $156   $179,853,489 120
2009/08/29 - $6,907 +70% 26 $266   $179,860,396 121
2009/08/30 - $3,148 -54% 26 $121   $179,863,544 122
2009/08/31 - $1,355 -57% 26 $52   $179,864,899 123
2009/09/01 - $1,237 -9% 26 $48   $179,866,136 124
2009/09/02 - $1,626 +31% 26 $63   $179,867,762 125
2009/09/03 - $1,383 -15% 26 $53   $179,869,145 126
2009/09/07 73 $1,202   10 $120   $179,875,159 130

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/05/01 1 $85,058,003   4,099 $20,751   $85,058,003 3
2009/05/08 2 $26,408,288 -69% 4,102 $6,438   $129,032,435 10
2009/05/15 3 $14,702,425 -44% 3,892 $3,778   $150,993,169 17
2009/05/22 6 $8,070,557 -45% 3,183 $2,536   $163,324,294 24
2009/05/29 8 $3,873,377 -52% 2,263 $1,712   $170,843,712 31
2009/06/05 11 $1,927,096 -50% 1,389 $1,387   $174,347,386 38
2009/06/12 12 $933,573 -52% 799 $1,168   $176,150,506 45
2009/06/19 14 $635,130 -32% 536 $1,185   $177,288,905 52
2009/06/26 20 $310,167 -51% 360 $862   $177,836,819 59
2009/07/03 19 $296,352 -4% 303 $978   $178,341,745 66
2009/07/10 22 $295,839 n/c 279 $1,060   $178,841,391 73
2009/07/17 28 $192,096 -35% 226 $850   $179,193,521 80
2009/07/24 32 $139,663 -27% 181 $772   $179,464,085 87
2009/07/31 38 $82,355 -41% 129 $638   $179,638,403 94
2009/08/07 47 $44,794 -46% 92 $487   $179,737,340 101
2009/08/14 52 $34,684 -23% 64 $542   $179,801,299 108
2009/08/21 58 $23,693 -32% 46 $515   $179,840,414 115
2009/08/28 65 $14,116 -40% 26 $543   $179,863,544 122
2009/09/04 83 $4,812 -66% 10 $481   $179,873,957 129
2009/09/11 100 $2,627 -45% 7 $375   $179,878,374 136
2009/09/18 119 $883 -66% 5 $177   $179,879,825 143
2009/09/25 104 $2,760 +213% 4 $690   $179,883,016 150

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/20/200912,423,662 2,423,662$40,196,919$40,196,9191
9/27/20091637,256-74% 3,060,918$11,494,250$51,691,1692
10/4/20093274,758-57% 3,335,676$5,304,396$56,995,5653
10/11/20094183,634-33% 3,519,310$3,125,910$60,121,4744
10/18/20095176,314-4% 3,695,624$2,724,281$62,845,7555
10/25/2009891,983-48% 3,787,607$1,425,102$64,270,8576
11/1/20091471,456-22% 3,859,063$1,094,935$65,365,7917
11/8/20092095,327+33% 3,954,390$1,460,410$66,826,2018
11/15/20091569,471-27% 4,023,861$1,064,296$67,890,4979
11/22/20092539,416-43% 4,063,277$579,805$68,470,30210
4/25/20101924,135 4,429,326$394,293$73,617,20032
6/5/20112229,635 4,635,778$160,794$75,975,82790
7/28/20132825,866 4,782,849$150,364$77,310,740202

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/20/20091735,569 735,569$16,910,731$16,910,7311
9/27/20091132,020-82% 867,589$2,930,844$19,841,5752
10/4/2009364,888-51% 932,477$1,426,888$21,268,4633
10/11/2009343,851-32% 976,328$907,722$22,176,1854
10/18/2009530,053-31% 1,006,381$668,067$22,844,2525
10/25/2009522,886-24% 1,029,267$537,587$23,381,8396
11/1/2009719,422-15% 1,048,688$412,515$23,794,3547
11/8/20091217,742-9% 1,066,430$383,394$24,177,7488
11/15/20091513,529-24% 1,079,959$292,362$24,470,1109
11/29/20093230,773 1,311,489$4,306,217$28,790,43311
12/6/20091826,424-89% 1,337,913$555,172$29,345,60512
2/7/20101120,312 1,378,763$323,567$29,996,33521
3/7/2010625,047 1,411,675$362,924$30,473,21925
4/25/2010916,518 1,455,022$231,089$31,081,86532
6/5/2011524,284 1,535,190$208,838$31,771,27390
6/12/20111710,646-56% 1,545,836$85,060$31,856,33391
7/28/20131416,029 1,599,346$205,017$32,540,694202

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