|← 2008||Summary for all Years||2010 →|
Note: This chart ranks movie sources by the amount they earned at the domestic box office during 2009. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2009. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2008 will most likely earn money in 2008 and 2009.
Inflation-adjusted figures are based on ticket sale estimates.
Top Grossing Movie Sources of 2009
|2||Based on Fiction Book/Short Story||82||$2,521,532,888||336,204,361||23.70%|
|3||Based on TV||14||$1,089,075,341||145,210,042||10.24%|
|5||Based on Factual Book/Article||9||$437,249,796||58,299,970||4.11%|
|6||Based on Comic/Graphic Novel||7||$378,573,324||50,476,442||3.56%|
|7||Based on Real Life Events||115||$355,250,369||47,366,669||3.34%|
|9||Based on Play||9||$172,182,519||22,957,665||1.62%|
|10||Based on Toy||1||$150,201,498||20,026,866||1.41%|
|11||Based on Musical or Opera||1||$13,745,976||1,832,796||0.13%|
|12||Based on Game||3||$8,761,245||1,168,166||0.08%|
|13||Based on Short Film||1||$1,647,083||219,611||0.02%|
Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).
The yearly amounts on our Theatrical Market pages are based on box office years. Each box office year starts on the first Monday of the year, so the previous year ends on the Sunday before the first Monday. For example, the "2017 box office year" started on January 2, 2017 so the "2016 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 1, 2017.