Yes Man

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $97,690,976Details
International Box Office $128,300,000
Worldwide Box Office $225,990,976
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $27,504,309 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $27,504,309
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
45% - Rotten
Audience
66% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 19th, 2008 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: April 7th, 2009 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude sexual humor, language and brief nudity
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Village Roadshow Productions, Heyday Films, Zancuk Company, Warner Bros.

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DVD Releases for April 7th, 2009 - Part II

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International Details - Pink in the Red

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International Details - Confessions of the International Box Office

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International Details - Recep Ivedik is No Turkey

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International Details - Bride Wars as Bridesmaid

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International Top Five - Valkyrie Continues to Conquer Overseas

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International Top Five - Valkyrie Explodes on the International Box Office

Valkyrie started its international run this weekend scoring first place with $12.85 million on 2089 screens in 13 markets for a total of $14.16 million. Its best market was Germany, no real surprise there given its setting, where it made $3.65 million on 689 screens. The film earned second place in both the U.K. with $2.54 million on 450 screens and in South Korea with $1.47 million on 479 screens over the weekend and $1.90 million. More...

International Top Five - Seven\'s Up on Top

It seems Martin Luther King long weekend has resulted in a couple delays for international numbers and we are reduced to using studio estimated for a few things. However, we do know Seven Pounds climbed into first place with $20.60 million on 3502 screens in 25 markets and now has $41.64 million after a month of release internationally. This includes Spain where the film managed first place with $4.19 million on 322 screens over the weekend. The film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $2.30 million on 402 screens and in France with $3.22 million on 344 screens. It was not as successful in Russia with $531,000 on 135 screens. Meanwhile it Italy, the film remained in first place with $3.43 million on 545 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.38 million after two. At this pace, $100 million internationally is all but assured, especially taking into account the number of significant markets the film has yet to debut in. More...

International Top Five - Red Cliff Sequel Starts in the Black

Red Cliff 2, the sequel to the record breaking Red Cliff, opened in its native China with a stunning $14.85 million on 1398 screens. It also earned first place in Singapore with $873,000 on 47 screens, and combined it took first place on the international chart while playing in just those two markets. More...

International Top Five - Escape Greater than Original

Not only did Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa remained in first place for the third weekend in a row, and four in total, the film also managed to surpass the international total of its predecessor. It was aided by a record-breaking first place opening in Poland where the film opened with $3.22 million on 130 screens over the weekend for a total of $4.02 million. Granted, films like this tend to do very well in this market, but this is still a pleasant surprise. It was not as impressive in China with $2.43 million on 600 screens earning third place there. Holdovers were led by France, where the film added $4.50 million on 820 screens over the weekend and $38.75 million in total. Meanwhile in Italy, the film earned $3.86 million on 571 screens for a total of $29.38 million. Overall it made $31.96 million over the weekend on 6290 screens in 43 market and it now has $339.88 million internationally and $516.90 million Worldwide. More...

Happy New Year at the Box Office

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International Details - Bollywood Blockbuster Breaks into Top Five

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Cast

Jim Carrey    Carl Allen
Zooey Deschanel    Allison
Bradley Cooper    Peter
John Michael Higgins    Nick
Rhys Darby    Norman
Danny Masterson    Rooney
Fionnula Flanagan    Tillie
Terence Stamp    Terrence
Sasha Alexander    Lucy
Molly Sims    Stephanie
Spencer Garrett    Multack
Michael Papajohn    Security Guard

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Peyton Reed
Screenwriter    Nicholas Stoller
Screenwriter    Jarrad Paul
Screenwriter    Andrew Mogel
Based on the book by    Danny Wallace
Producer    Richard D. Zanuck
Producer    David Heyman
Executive Producer    Marty Ewing
Executive Producer    Dana Goldberg
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Co-Producer    Katterli Frauenfelder
Co-Producer    Tiffany Daniel
Cinematographer    Robert Yeoman
Editor    Craig Alpert
Composer    Lyle Workman
Composer    Mark Oliver Everett
Music Supervisor    Jonathan Karp
Production Designer    Andrew Laws
Art Director    Eric Sundahl
Set Decorator    Victor Zoflo
Costume Designer    Mark Bridges
Sound    William B. Kaplan
Sound Designer/Supervisor    Cameron Frankley
Associate Producer    Danny Wallace
Associate Producer    Linda Fields Hill
Assistant Director    Todd M. Amateau
Second Unit Director    Gary Hymes
Casting Director    David Rubin
Casting Director    Richard Hicks

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/12/19 1 $6,495,077   3,434 $1,891   $6,495,077 1
2008/12/20 1 $6,646,123 +2% 3,434 $1,935   $13,141,200 2
2008/12/21 1 $5,121,271 -23% 3,434 $1,491   $18,262,471 3
2008/12/22 1 $3,610,321 -30% 3,434 $1,051   $21,872,792 4
2008/12/23 1 $3,403,394 -6% 3,434 $991   $25,276,186 5
2008/12/24 1 $1,935,364 -43% 3,434 $564   $27,211,550 6
2008/12/25 5 $5,929,964 +206% 3,434 $1,727   $33,141,514 7
2008/12/26 5 $5,930,562 n/c 3,434 $1,727   $39,072,076 8
2008/12/27 5 $5,850,899 -1% 3,434 $1,704   $44,922,975 9
2008/12/28 5 $4,875,585 -17% 3,434 $1,420   $49,798,560 10
2008/12/29 5 $3,838,713 -21% 3,434 $1,118   $53,637,273 11
2008/12/30 5 $3,640,304 -5% 3,434 $1,060   $57,277,577 12
2008/12/31 - $2,752,113 -24% 3,434 $801   $60,029,690 13
2009/01/01 - $5,567,221 +102% 3,434 $1,621   $65,596,911 14
2009/01/02 4 $5,495,023 -1% 3,434 $1,600   $71,091,934 15
2009/01/03 5 $5,331,180 -3% 3,434 $1,552   $76,423,114 16
2009/01/04 5 $3,084,274 -42% 3,434 $898   $79,507,388 17
2009/01/05 4 $1,066,197 -65% 3,434 $310   $80,573,585 18
2009/01/06 4 $983,454 -8% 3,434 $286   $81,557,039 19
2009/01/07 4 $908,367 -8% 3,434 $265   $82,465,406 20
2009/01/08 4 $790,281 -13% 3,434 $230   $83,255,687 21
2009/01/09 8 $2,041,176 +158% 2,955 $691   $85,296,863 22
2009/01/10 8 $2,585,285 +27% 2,955 $875   $87,882,148 23
2009/01/11 8 $1,405,876 -46% 2,955 $476   $89,288,024 24
2009/01/12 8 $412,286 -71% 2,955 $140   $89,700,310 25
2009/01/13 8 $431,097 +5% 2,955 $146   $90,131,407 26
2009/01/14 8 $392,053 -9% 2,955 $133   $90,523,460 27
2009/01/15 9 $431,434 +10% 2,955 $146   $90,954,894 28
2009/01/16 15 $825,576 +91% 1,704 $484   $91,780,470 29
2009/01/17 15 $1,080,269 +31% 1,704 $634   $92,860,739 30
2009/01/18 15 $691,674 -36% 1,704 $406   $93,552,413 31
2009/01/19 15 $490,841 -29% 1,704 $288   $94,043,254 32
2009/01/20 14 $181,636 -63% 1,704 $107   $94,224,890 33
2009/01/21 14 $168,425 -7% 1,704 $99   $94,393,315 34
2009/01/22 13 $187,152 +11% 1,704 $110   $94,580,467 35
2009/01/23 - $245,352 +31% 704 $349   $94,825,819 36
2009/01/24 - $364,846 +49% 704 $518   $95,190,665 37
2009/01/25 - $192,821 -47% 704 $274   $95,383,486 38
2009/01/26 - $61,347 -68% 704 $87   $95,444,833 39
2009/01/27 - $65,028 +6% 704 $92   $95,509,861 40
2009/01/28 - $62,183 -4% 704 $88   $95,572,044 41
2009/01/29 - $68,094 +10% 704 $97   $95,640,138 42
2009/01/30 - $72,031 +6% 277 $260   $95,712,169 43
2009/01/31 - $101,353 +41% 277 $366   $95,813,522 44
2009/02/01 - $34,633 -66% 277 $125   $95,848,155 45
2009/02/02 - $18,511 -47% 277 $67   $95,866,666 46
2009/02/03 - $23,495 +27% 277 $85   $95,890,161 47
2009/02/04 - $21,024 -11% 277 $76   $95,911,185 48
2009/02/05 - $23,279 +11% 277 $84   $95,934,464 49
2009/02/06 - $106,296 +357% 345 $308   $96,040,760 50
2009/02/07 - $160,907 +51% 345 $466   $96,201,667 51
2009/02/08 - $101,092 -37% 345 $293   $96,302,759 52
2009/02/09 - $31,391 -69% 345 $91   $96,334,150 53
2009/02/10 - $32,208 +3% 345 $93   $96,366,358 54
2009/02/11 - $30,484 -5% 345 $88   $96,396,842 55
2009/02/12 - $35,056 +15% 345 $102   $96,431,898 56
2009/02/13 - $70,206 +100% 291 $241   $96,502,104 57
2009/02/14 - $128,658 +83% 291 $442   $96,630,762 58
2009/02/15 - $87,067 -32% 291 $299   $96,717,829 59
2009/02/16 34 $54,513 -37% 291 $187   $96,772,342 60
2009/02/17 - $25,076 -54% 291 $86   $96,797,418 61
2009/02/18 - $23,321 -7% 291 $80   $96,820,739 62
2009/02/19 - $24,953 +7% 291 $86   $96,845,692 63
2009/02/20 - $52,209 +109% 222 $235   $96,897,901 64
2009/02/21 - $77,176 +48% 222 $348   $96,975,077 65
2009/02/22 - $46,292 -40% 222 $209   $97,021,369 66
2009/02/23 - $13,425 -71% 222 $60   $97,034,794 67
2009/02/24 - $14,230 +6% 222 $64   $97,049,024 68
2009/02/25 - $14,256 n/c 222 $64   $97,063,280 69
2009/02/26 - $16,080 +13% 222 $72   $97,079,360 70
2009/02/27 - $41,386 +157% 170 $243   $97,120,746 71
2009/02/28 - $64,418 +56% 170 $379   $97,185,164 72
2009/03/01 - $38,888 -40% 170 $229   $97,224,052 73
2009/03/02 - $14,008 -64% 170 $82   $97,238,060 74
2009/03/03 - $13,308 -5% 170 $78   $97,251,368 75
2009/03/04 - $13,195 -1% 170 $78   $97,264,563 76
2009/03/05 - $13,294 +1% 170 $78   $97,277,857 77
2009/03/06 - $48,396 +264% 139 $348   $97,326,253 78
2009/03/07 - $63,084 +30% 139 $454   $97,389,337 79
2009/03/08 - $32,123 -49% 139 $231   $97,421,460 80
2009/03/09 - $11,886 -63% 139 $86   $97,433,346 81
2009/03/10 - $12,974 +9% 139 $93   $97,446,320 82
2009/03/11 - $11,937 -8% 139 $86   $97,458,257 83
2009/03/12 - $13,799 +16% 139 $99   $97,472,056 84
2009/03/13 - $25,348 +84% 102 $249   $97,497,404 85
2009/03/14 - $37,037 +46% 102 $363   $97,534,441 86
2009/03/15 - $19,756 -47% 102 $194   $97,554,197 87
2009/03/16 - $7,903 -60% 102 $77   $97,562,100 88
2009/03/17 - $7,722 -2% 102 $76   $97,569,822 89
2009/03/18 - $8,926 +16% 102 $88   $97,578,748 90
2009/03/19 - $9,640 +8% 102 $95   $97,588,388 91
2009/03/20 - $14,326 +49% 53 $270   $97,602,714 92
2009/03/21 - $19,702 +38% 53 $372   $97,622,416 93
2009/03/22 - $9,997 -49% 53 $189   $97,632,413 94
2009/03/23 - $3,626 -64% 53 $68   $97,636,039 95
2009/03/24 - $5,081 +40% 53 $96   $97,641,120 96
2009/03/25 - $4,472 -12% 53 $84   $97,645,592 97
2009/03/26 - $4,338 -3% 53 $82   $97,649,930 98
2009/03/27 - $10,542 +143% 59 $179   $97,660,472 99
2009/03/28 - $12,880 +22% 59 $218   $97,673,352 100
2009/03/29 - $6,843 -47% 59 $116   $97,680,195 101
2009/03/30 - $2,889 -58% 59 $49   $97,683,084 102
2009/03/31 - $3,120 +8% 59 $53   $97,686,204 103
2009/04/01 - $2,236 -28% 59 $38   $97,688,440 104
2009/04/02 - $2,536 +13% 59 $43   $97,690,976 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/12/19 1 $18,262,471   3,434 $5,318   $18,262,471 3
2008/12/26 5 $16,657,046 -9% 3,434 $4,851   $49,798,560 10
2009/01/02 5 $13,910,477 -16% 3,434 $4,051   $79,507,388 17
2009/01/09 8 $6,032,337 -57% 2,955 $2,041   $89,288,024 24
2009/01/16 15 $2,597,519 -57% 1,704 $1,524   $93,552,413 31
2009/01/23 25 $803,019 -69% 704 $1,141   $95,383,486 38
2009/01/30 33 $208,017 -74% 277 $751   $95,848,155 45
2009/02/06 29 $368,295 +77% 345 $1,068   $96,302,759 52
2009/02/13 33 $285,931 -22% 291 $983   $96,717,829 59
2009/02/20 35 $175,677 -39% 222 $791   $97,021,369 66
2009/02/27 41 $144,692 -18% 170 $851   $97,224,052 73
2009/03/06 37 $143,603 -1% 139 $1,033   $97,421,460 80
2009/03/13 42 $82,141 -43% 102 $805   $97,554,197 87
2009/03/20 47 $44,025 -46% 53 $831   $97,632,413 94
2009/03/27 58 $30,265 -31% 59 $513   $97,680,195 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/12/20097610,721 610,721$10,565,046$10,565,0461
4/19/20096247,648-59% 858,369$4,321,680$14,886,7262
4/26/20099140,421-43% 998,790$2,492,023$17,378,7503
5/3/20091192,489-34% 1,091,279$1,638,332$19,017,0814
5/10/20092260,790-34% 1,152,069$1,060,013$20,077,0955
5/17/20092646,495-24% 1,198,564$806,358$20,883,4536
5/24/20092847,696+3% 1,246,260$831,699$21,715,1527
6/21/20091958,093 1,375,399$732,866$23,634,05711

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