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Beauty and the Beast (1991)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $218,951,625Details
International Box Office $232,378,217Details
Worldwide Box Office $451,329,842
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $114,246,097 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $101,638,971 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $215,885,068
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Belle is a bright and beautiful young woman who's taken prisoner by a hideous beast in his castle. Despite her precarious situation, Belle befriends the castle's enchanted staff - a teapot, a candelabra and a mantel clock, among others - and ultimately learns to see beneath the Beast's exterior to discover the heart and soul of a prince.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200) 149 $218,951,625
All Time International Box Office (Rank 201-300) 287 $232,378,217
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 201-300) 215 $451,329,842
Leggiest Movies 59 12.33

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$20,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 13th, 1991 (Wide) by Walt Disney
June 21st, 2002 (Limited) by Walt Disney
January 13th, 2012 (Wide) by Walt Disney, released as Beauty and the Beast 3D
International Releases: July 4th, 1992 (Wide) (South Korea)
February 19th, 2016 (Limited), released as Beauty And The Beast 3d: (re:12) (Australia)
November 26th, 2017 (Limited) (South Korea)
Video Release: October 8th, 2002 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: G
Running Time: 85 minutes
Franchise: Beauty and the Beast
Comparisons: vs. Aladdin
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Keywords: Family Movie, Prince/Princess, Romance, 3D Re-release, Curses, Revenge, Kidnap, Rescue
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Musical
Production Method:Hand Animation
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Walt Disney Animation Studios
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $200m 185 $202,318,119 Jan 20, 2012 7,375
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 3-Day) 32 $17,751,905 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 56 $19,948,479 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 32 $22,213,922 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 39 $24,962,614 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (Opening, 3-Day) 23 $17,751,905 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 32 $19,948,479 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 23 $22,213,922 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Martin Luther King (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 27 $24,962,614 Jan 13, 2012 7,369
Fastest to $150m 323 $176,949,105 Jan 13, 2012 7,367
Biggest Domestic 29th Weekend 14 $1,271,804 May 29, 1992 201
Biggest Domestic 28th Weekend 6 $2,151,630 May 22, 1992 194
Theater Average 28th Weekend 92 $2,002 May 22, 1992 194
Biggest Domestic 26th Weekend 48 $390,243 May 8, 1992 180
Biggest Domestic 25th Weekend 75 $295,476 May 1, 1992 173
Biggest Domestic 24th Weekend 52 $574,209 Apr 24, 1992 166
Biggest Domestic 23rd Weekend 49 $774,228 Apr 17, 1992 159
Biggest Domestic 22nd Weekend 45 $938,908 Apr 10, 1992 152
Biggest Domestic 21st Weekend 16 $1,965,717 Apr 3, 1992 145
Biggest Domestic 20th Weekend 27 $1,782,762 Mar 27, 1992 138
Biggest Domestic 19th Weekend 37 $1,700,245 Mar 20, 1992 131
Biggest Domestic 18th Weekend 56 $1,561,547 Mar 13, 1992 124
Biggest Domestic 17th Weekend 53 $1,902,842 Mar 6, 1992 117
Biggest Domestic 16th Weekend 47 $2,124,074 Feb 28, 1992 110
Biggest Domestic 15th Weekend 49 $2,430,432 Feb 21, 1992 103
Biggest Domestic 14th Weekend 36 $3,144,519 Feb 14, 1992 96
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 269 $6,743,667 Feb 14, 1992 96
Biggest Domestic 13th Weekend 71 $2,309,007 Feb 7, 1992 89
Biggest Domestic 12th Weekend 54 $3,276,760 Jan 31, 1992 82
Fastest to $100m 601 $100,169,250 Jan 24, 1992 79
Biggest Domestic 11th Weekend 69 $3,255,721 Jan 24, 1992 75
Super Bowl (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 179 $6,982,149 Jan 24, 1992 75
Biggest Domestic 10th Weekend 39 $5,275,625 Jan 17, 1992 68
Biggest Domestic 9th Weekend 63 $4,840,087 Jan 10, 1992 61
Biggest Domestic 8th Weekend 18 $8,804,918 Jan 3, 1992 54
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 149 $8,804,918 Jan 3, 1992 54
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 95 $18,882,836 Jan 3, 1992 54
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 21 $10,670,669 Dec 27, 1991 47
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day) 109 $10,670,669 Dec 27, 1991 47
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 76 $22,557,946 Dec 27, 1991 47
Fastest to $50m 1,328 $53,020,327 Dec 20, 1991 44
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day) 143 $12,239,650 Nov 29, 1991 19
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 123 $25,874,795 Nov 29, 1991 19
Theater Average Opening Weekend 45 $81,073 Nov 15, 1991 5
Theater Average 58 $81,073 Nov 15, 1991 5
Never No. 1 Domestic 4 $218,951,625 Nov 13, 1991 0

Cast

   Belle
   Beast
Richard White    Gaston
Jerry Orbach    Lumiere
David Ogden Stiers    Cogsworth/Narrator
Angela Lansbury    Mrs. Potts
Bradly Pierce    Chip
Rex Everhart    Maurice
Jesse Corti    LeFou
Hal Smith    Philippe
JoAnne Worley    Madame De la Grande Bouche Wardrobe
Kath Soucie    Bimbette
Frank Welker    Footstool
Jack Angel    Additional Voices
Phil Proctor    Additional Voice
Mickie McGowan    Additional Voice
Patrick Pinney    Additional Voices
Sherry Lynn    Additional Voice
Bill Farmer    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Producer    Don Hahn
Executive Producer    Howard Ashman
Animation Screenplay by    Linda Woolverton
Song Writer    Alan Menken
Composer    Alan Menken
Song Writer    Howard Ashman
Associate Producer    Sarah McArthur
Art Director    Brian McEntee
Editor    John Carnochan
Story Creator    Roger Allers
Visual Effects    Randy Fullmer

Blu-ray Sales: Contraband Can't Hide at the Top

May 8th, 2012

There were only two new releases to earn a spot on the Blu-ray sales chart, but one of them, Contraband, took top spot on the chart. The film sold 510,000 units / $10.19 million giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 52%. At this point, any action film that doesn't open with a 50% Blu-ray share should be considered a disappointment. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Underworld Rises to the Top

January 23rd, 2012

2012 has gone three for three in the year-over-year comparison. This weekend we have a couple films do a little better than expected and a couple films struggle a little bit, but the overall box office was up 1% from last weekend to $134 million. More importantly, the box office was up 30% from last year. Not only did we have better strength on top with Underworld: Awakening earning $25 million, but we also had much stronger depth. This bodes well going into next week and hopefully January will complete the sweep when compared to last year. Year-to-Date, 2012 now has a 15% lead over 2011 at $748 million to $653 million. It is still far too early to declare victory, but every dollar earned now puts us one dollar closer to matching last year's total. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office Wake Up?

January 19th, 2012

It's very early in the year, but so far 2012 is on a winning streak. Will that streak continue this weekend? This weekend we have three wide releases, Underworld: Awakening, Red Tails, and Haywire, plus a wide expansion, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Conversely, last year there was only one wide release, No Strings Attached, plus only one holdover that earned more than $10 million, The Green Hornet. This year we should have five films earning more than $10 million and this depth should help 2012 earn a win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Start the Year on a Musical Note: Winning Announcement

January 18th, 2012

The winners of our Start the Year on a Musical Note contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Contrary to Expectations

January 18th, 2012

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day long weekend was mostly filled with good news, with all three films doing at least respectable business, while we had a couple holdovers which beat expectations. Contraband was surprisingly strong earning top spot with relative ease. And while it couldn't match The Green Hornet's debut from last year, the overall box office was very solid at $132 million over three days and $163 million over four. The three-day total was 5% lower than last weekend, but 1.5% higher than last year. The four-day total was 2.6% higher than last year. It's obviously way too early to judge 2012's box office run, but at the moment it is 14% higher than last year's pace at $483 million to $423 million. More...

MLK 3-Day Estimates: Contraband Steals the Weekend

January 15th, 2012

With Beauty and the Beast disappointing slightly over the 3-day MLK frame, Contraband will take first place by a fairly comfortable margin, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. The action movie is set to pick up about $24.1 million, per Universal, while Disney pegs Beast's Friday-Sunday total at $18.5 million. Joyful Noise will bring in a solid, if slightly disappointing, $11.3 million for Warner Bros.. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office have a Beautiful Weekend?

January 12th, 2012

This weekend is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, which is not one of the biggest long weekends at the box office. (It is just too close to Christmas / New Year's to really help boost the box office significantly.) There are three films opening wide, Beauty and the Beast 3D, Contraband, and Joyful Noise, plus another film, The Iron Lady, which is expanding enough that it could reach the top ten. I don't think any of them will match last year's winner, The Green Hornet, which pulled in $33.53 million during its opening weekend. However, one can hope all three wide releases reach their potential and 2012 will come out ahead of 2011. More...

Contest: Start the Year on a Musical Note

January 6th, 2012

It's the first contest of the year, or possibly third, depending on how you look at things. It is definitely the first contest to start in 2012, but not the first involving a new release from 2012. Although, to be technically accurate, the target film isn't a new release, but a re-release. Beauty and the Beast is being re-released on 3-D next week and it should be the biggest hit of the weekend and it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Beauty and the Beast 3D. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Dirty Girl: Soundtrack on CD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Glee: The Concert Movie on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2012 Preview: January

January 1st, 2012

2011 ended, and really that's the only good news we got from the entire month of December. That's not snark either. Of the eleven films opening or expanding wide that month, six will definitely miss expectations by significant margins and with the other five it is too soon to tell, (it depends on how well they hold up during the New Year's Day long weekend). Only Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol can be considered a pleasant surprise, and even then it might not match original expectations. Looking forward, the only really good piece of news for this January is that last January was a pretty bad as well. Only two films, The Green Hornet and No Strings Attached, beat expectations by significant margins, while The Dilemma bombed hard enough to nearly wipe out those gains. This time around, the biggest hit will likely be Beauty and the Beast's 3D re-release, but even then, I doubt it will do as well as The Lion King's 3D re-release. There's a good chance the year will start off on a sour note, just like 2011 ended. More...

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October 5th, 2011

It's a maddening week on the home market. There were more than a dozen featured reviews this week, and what seems like an equal number that are late. (And that's not mentioning the more than a dozen Blu-rays and DVDs that arrived late last week that I still haven't gotten to. At least I don't have to worry about not having enough to do for the next few weeks.) There were a number of contenders for Pick of the Week, including The Walking Dead: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray. But in the end I choose The Lion King Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

DVD Sales: Gru was Despicable to the Competition

December 28th, 2010

There were seven new releases to chart this week, including the new number one. In fact, that new number one dominated in a surprising way and none of the other new releases managed to make much of an impact at the box office. Despicable Me led the way with 3.75 million units sold and $62.70 million. If there were any doubts about a sequel, this ended them, as the film is already in the top ten for the year. More...

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November 26th, 2010

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DVD Sales: New Releases are Not Very Sexy

November 9th, 2010

New releases again failed to make much of an impact on this week's sale chart with only three placing in the top 30. However, one of those, Sex and the City 2, did take top spot with 989,000 units and $16.81 million during its opening week. This is weaker than its predecessor opened with, but in line with expectations, more or less. More...

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November 2nd, 2010

New releases failed to make much of an impact on this week's DVD sales chart with only one placing in the top five and only two or three others in the top 30. This left How to Train Your Dragon on top with an easy win at 1.42 million units for the week. This gives it totals of 3.29 million / $70.40 million in consumer spending at retail, which makes it the third-best-selling DVD for any 2010 theatrical release and the eighth-best-selling DVD of the year. More...

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October 26th, 2010

We had a new number one release on this week's sales chart, with How to Train Your Dragon dominating with 1.87 million units sold / $39.63 million in opening week sales. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 5th, 2010

October 5th, 2010

One of the busiest weeks on the DVD / Blu-ray release report; in fact, I set a record for most reviews in a single week. With so much competition, one might think it would be tough picking the Pick of the Week, but that was not the case, as Beauty and the Beast - Blu-ray / DVD Combo walked away with that distinction. The only other release that really came close to it was Phineas and Ferb: A Very Perry Christmas, while there are about a dozen or so other releases worth picking up on this week's list. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1991/11/15 32 $162,146   2 $81,073   $178,822 1
1991/11/22 3 $9,624,149 +5,835% 977 $9,851   $9,917,522 2
1991/11/29 3 $12,239,650 +27% 1,118 $10,948   $26,476,215 3
1991/12/06 4 $5,969,372 -51% 1,118 $5,339   $34,112,416 4
1991/12/13 5 $4,575,124 -23% 1,123 $4,074   $39,967,101 5
1991/12/20 6 $4,863,315 +6% 1,925 $2,526   $46,047,138 6
1991/12/27 2 $10,670,669 +119% 1,940 $5,500   $63,690,996 7
1992/01/03 3 $8,804,918 -17% 1,940 $4,539   $82,470,981 8
1992/01/10 6 $4,840,087 -45% 1,960 $2,469   $88,917,830 9
1992/01/17 9 $5,275,625 +9% 1,805 $2,923   $95,240,876 10
1992/01/24 8 $3,255,721 -38% 1,761 $1,849   $99,234,492 11
1992/01/31 6 $3,276,760 +1% 1,648 $1,988   $103,446,010 12
1992/02/07 8 $2,309,007 -30% 1,580 $1,461   $106,427,543 13
1992/02/14 9 $3,144,519 +36% 1,500 $2,096   $110,162,677 14
1992/02/21 7 $2,430,432 -23% 1,360 $1,787   $113,340,569 15
1992/02/28 8 $2,124,074 -13% 1,346 $1,578   $116,028,522 16
1992/03/06 10 $1,902,842 -10% 1,253 $1,519   $118,460,773 17
1992/03/13 12 $1,561,547 -18% 1,171 $1,334   $120,498,901 18
1992/03/20 7 $1,700,245 +9% 1,157 $1,470   $122,922,207 19
1992/03/27 9 $1,782,762 +5% 1,157 $1,541   $125,315,925 20
1992/04/03 11 $1,965,717 +10% 1,119 $1,757   $128,136,098 21
1992/04/10 12 $938,908 -52% 794 $1,183   $129,597,957 22
1992/04/17 13 $774,228 -18% 709 $1,092   $130,821,622 23
1992/04/24 12 $574,209 -26% 550 $1,044   $131,839,997 24
1992/05/01 11 $295,476 -49% 469 $630   $132,261,423 25
1992/05/08 11 $390,243 +32% 481 $811   $132,756,121 26
1992/05/22 7 $2,151,630   1,075 $2,002   $135,556,872 28
1992/05/29 8 $1,271,804 -41% 1,003 $1,268   $137,332,388 29
2002/08/16 93 $5,095   2 $2,548   $23,121 562
2002/08/23 84 $10,141 +99% 2 $5,071   $37,503 563
2002/08/30 96 $2,333 -77% 1 $2,333   $50,214 564
2002/09/06 75 $11,334 +386% 2 $5,667   $62,264 565
2002/09/13 111 $1,607 -86% 1 $1,607   $68,953 566
2002/09/20 146 $700 -56% 1 $700   $70,647 567
2002/09/27 148 $634 -9% 1 $634   $71,281 568
2002/10/04 135 $1,082 +71% 2 $541   $73,319 569
2002/10/11 87 $4,827 +346% 1 $4,827   $78,146 570
2002/11/01 118 $670   1 $670   $83,885 573
2002/11/15 95 $1,416   2 $708   $86,160 575
2002/11/22 75 $10,552 +645% 3 $3,517   $97,236 576
2002/11/29 132 $185 -98% 1 $185   $105,473 577
2002/12/13 72 $6,948   1 $6,948   $113,889 579
2002/12/20 78 $2,141 -69% 2 $1,071   $116,030 580
2002/12/27 94 $459 -79% 1 $459   $116,489 581
2003/01/10 91 $1,492   1 $1,492   $121,317 583
2003/01/24 113 $811   1 $811   $127,197 585
2003/02/14 104 $1,936   2 $968   $130,195 588
2003/02/21 126 $100 -95% 1 $100   $132,051 589
2003/05/16 132 $1,709   1 $1,709   $134,207 601
2003/05/23 123 $827 -52% 1 $827   $134,854 602
2003/05/30 101 $536 -35% 2 $268   $138,158 603
2012/01/13 2 $17,751,905   2,625 $6,763   $189,092,199 1,053
2012/01/20 5 $8,779,676 -51% 2,625 $3,345   $204,928,350 1,054
2012/01/27 9 $5,307,807 -40% 2,145 $2,475   $212,450,432 1,055
2012/02/03 13 $2,579,332 -51% 1,719 $1,500   $216,248,426 1,056
2012/02/10 19 $840,111 -67% 678 $1,239   $217,803,600 1,057
2012/02/17 33 $251,292 -70% 214 $1,174   $218,339,412 1,058
2012/02/24 51 $55,057 -78% 59 $933   $218,569,080 1,059
2012/03/02 67 $14,953 -73% 24 $623   $218,599,475 1,060
2012/03/09 83 $5,038 -66% 7 $720   $215,867,713 1,061
2012/03/16 85 $2,898 -42% 5 $580   $218,619,657 1,062
2012/03/23 92 $831 -71% 2 $416   $218,621,368 1,063
2012/03/30 41 $76,443 +9,099% 59 $1,296   $218,699,359 1,064
2012/04/06 41 $59,989 -22% 58 $1,034   $218,759,348 1,065
2012/04/13 52 $32,222 -46% 39 $826   $218,889,896 1,066
2012/04/20 62 $22,168 -31% 31 $715   $218,922,296 1,067
2012/04/27 68 $18,560 -16% 27 $687   $218,951,625 1,068

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/01/13 2 $5,608,811   2,625 $2,137   $176,949,105 7,367
2012/01/14 2 $6,716,053 +20% 2,625 $2,558   $183,665,158 7,368
2012/01/15 2 $5,427,041 -19% 2,625 $2,067   $189,092,199 7,369
2012/01/16 1 $4,462,017 -18% 2,625 $1,700   $193,554,216 7,370
2012/01/17 2 $1,017,038 -77% 2,625 $387   $194,571,254 7,371
2012/01/18 2 $775,822 -24% 2,625 $296   $195,347,076 7,372
2012/01/19 2 $801,598 +3% 2,625 $305   $196,148,674 7,373
2012/01/20 6 $2,129,604 +166% 2,625 $811   $198,278,278 7,374
2012/01/21 5 $4,039,841 +90% 2,625 $1,539   $202,318,119 7,375
2012/01/22 3 $2,610,231 -35% 2,625 $994   $204,928,350 7,376
2012/01/23 6 $595,377 -77% 2,625 $227   $205,523,727 7,377
2012/01/24 6 $610,222 +2% 2,625 $232   $206,133,949 7,378
2012/01/25 6 $485,868 -20% 2,625 $185   $206,619,817 7,379
2012/01/26 6 $522,808 +8% 2,625 $199   $207,142,625 7,380
2012/01/27 9 $1,229,173 +135% 2,145 $573   $208,371,798 7,381
2012/01/28 9 $2,446,475 +99% 2,145 $1,141   $210,818,273 7,382
2012/01/29 9 $1,632,159 -33% 2,145 $761   $212,450,432 7,383
2012/01/30 10 $307,836 -81% 2,145 $144   $212,758,268 7,384
2012/01/31 12 $326,249 +6% 2,145 $152   $213,084,517 7,385
2012/02/01 12 $288,883 -11% 2,145 $135   $213,373,400 7,386
2012/02/02 12 $295,694 +2% 2,145 $138   $213,669,094 7,387

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1991/11/15 8 $276,697   2 $138,349   $293,373 2
1991/11/22 3 $13,943,192 +4,939% 977 $14,271   $14,236,565 3
1991/11/29 3 $13,906,479 n/c 1,118 $12,439   $28,143,044 4
1991/12/06 4 $7,248,933 -48% 1,118 $6,484   $35,391,977 5
1991/12/13 5 $5,791,846 -20% 1,123 $5,157   $41,183,823 6
1991/12/20 3 $11,836,504 +104% 1,925 $6,149   $53,020,327 7
1991/12/27 2 $20,645,736 +74% 1,940 $10,642   $73,666,063 8
1992/01/03 4 $10,411,680 -50% 1,940 $5,367   $84,077,743 9
1992/01/10 7 $5,887,508 -43% 1,960 $3,004   $89,965,251 10
1992/01/17 9 $6,013,520 +2% 1,805 $3,332   $95,978,771 11
1992/01/24 8 $4,190,479 -30% 1,761 $2,380   $100,169,250 12
1992/01/31 7 $3,949,286 -6% 1,648 $2,396   $104,118,536 13
1992/02/07 8 $2,899,622 -27% 1,580 $1,835   $107,018,158 14
1992/02/14 7 $3,891,979 +34% 1,500 $2,595   $110,910,137 15
1992/02/21 7 $2,994,311 -23% 1,360 $2,202   $113,904,448 16
1992/02/28 7 $2,653,483 -11% 1,346 $1,971   $116,557,931 17
1992/03/06 9 $2,379,423 -10% 1,253 $1,899   $118,937,354 18
1992/03/13 9 $2,284,608 -4% 1,171 $1,951   $121,221,962 19
1992/03/20 7 $2,311,201 +1% 1,157 $1,998   $123,533,163 20
1992/03/27 8 $2,637,218 +14% 1,157 $2,279   $126,170,381 21
1992/04/03 9 $2,488,668 -6% 1,119 $2,224   $128,659,049 22
1992/04/10 10 $1,388,345 -44% 794 $1,749   $130,047,394 23
1992/04/17 11 $1,218,394 -12% 709 $1,718   $131,265,788 24
1992/04/24 8 $700,159 -43% 550 $1,273   $131,965,947 25
1992/05/01 10 $399,931 -43% 469 $853   $132,365,878 26
1992/05/22 7 $2,655,342   1,075 $2,470   $136,060,584 29
2002/08/16 91 $9,336   2 $4,668   $27,362 563
2002/08/23 71 $20,519 +120% 2 $10,260   $47,881 564
2002/08/30 96 $3,049 -85% 1 $3,049   $50,930 565
2002/09/06 76 $16,416 +438% 2 $8,208   $67,346 566
2002/09/13 109 $2,601 -84% 1 $2,601   $69,947 567
2002/09/20 139 $700 -73% 1 $700   $70,647 568
2002/09/27 134 $1,590 +127% 1 $1,590   $72,237 569
2002/10/04 120 $1,082 -32% 2 $541   $73,319 570
2002/11/15 94 $1,940   2 $970   $86,684 576
2002/11/22 72 $18,604 +859% 3 $6,201   $105,288 577
2002/12/13 68 $6,948   1 $6,948   $113,889 580
2002/12/20 75 $2,141 -69% 2 $1,071   $116,030 581
2003/02/14 98 $3,692   2 $1,846   $131,951 589
2003/05/16 131 $1,529   1 $1,529   $134,027 602
2003/05/23 102 $3,595 +135% 1 $3,595   $137,622 603
2012/01/13 2 $24,808,380   2,625 $9,451   $196,148,674 1,054
2012/01/20 6 $10,993,951 -56% 2,625 $4,188   $207,142,625 1,055
2012/01/27 9 $6,526,469 -41% 2,145 $3,043   $213,669,094 1,056
2012/02/03 13 $3,294,395 -50% 1,719 $1,916   $216,963,489 1,057
2012/02/10 19 $1,124,631 -66% 678 $1,659   $218,088,120 1,058
2012/02/17 33 $425,903 -62% 214 $1,990   $218,514,023 1,059
2012/02/24 52 $70,499 -83% 59 $1,195   $218,584,522 1,060
2012/03/09 14 $2,754,084   7 $393,441   $218,616,759 1,062
2012/03/16 86 $3,778 -100% 5 $756   $218,620,537 1,063
2012/03/23 90 $2,379 -37% 2 $1,190   $218,622,916 1,064
2012/03/30 47 $76,443 +3,113% 59 $1,296   $218,699,359 1,065
2012/04/06 35 $158,315 +107% 58 $2,730   $218,857,674 1,066
2012/04/13 54 $42,454 -73% 39 $1,089   $218,900,128 1,067
2012/04/20 63 $32,937 -22% 31 $1,062   $218,933,065 1,068
2012/04/27 74 $18,560 -44% 27 $687   $218,951,625 1,069

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 2/19/2016 $88,815 70 70 70 $478,223 6/9/2016
South Korea 7/4/1992 $0 0 0 0 $7,543,925 12/1/2017
 
Rest of World $224,356,069
 
International Total$232,378,217 12/1/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/28/201012359,296 361,373$6,599,082$6,646,687425
12/5/201010224,971-37% 586,344$4,192,740$10,839,426426
12/12/201017151,501-33% 737,845$2,430,212$13,269,639427
12/19/201019162,709+7% 900,554$2,385,168$15,654,806428
12/26/201014226,172+39% 1,126,726$3,526,836$19,181,642429
1/2/20112399,492-56% 1,226,218$1,467,378$20,649,019430
1/9/20112750,460-49% 1,276,678$859,601$21,508,621431
1/16/20112738,145-24% 1,314,823$558,756$22,067,376432
1/23/20112534,494-10% 1,349,317$620,023$22,687,399433
2/13/20111575,973 1,450,116$1,356,825$24,493,870436
2/20/20113050,602-33% 1,500,718$766,888$25,260,759437
2/27/20112059,958+18% 1,560,676$874,607$26,135,366438
3/6/20112536,770-39% 1,597,446$584,757$26,720,123439
3/27/20112824,402 1,648,796$472,127$27,680,898442
4/24/20112390,754 1,754,641$1,588,449$29,549,627446
5/1/20112042,466-53% 1,797,107$756,358$30,305,985447
5/15/20111640,018 1,841,962$657,208$31,046,498449
5/22/20111548,430+21% 1,890,392$745,183$31,791,681450
5/29/20111740,240-17% 1,930,632$618,537$32,410,218451
10/2/20111721,057 2,005,411$417,586$33,807,859469
10/9/20112810,975-48% 2,016,386$214,801$34,022,660470
1/15/20122041,632 2,088,551$843,327$35,495,802484
1/22/20121835,322-15% 2,123,873$646,746$36,142,548485
1/29/20121634,241-3% 2,158,114$728,368$36,870,916486
2/5/20121932,894-4% 2,191,008$697,165$37,568,081487
2/12/20121837,486+14% 2,228,494$793,447$38,361,529488
2/19/20122519,473-48% 2,247,967$370,289$38,731,817489
4/22/20121245,943 2,308,064$812,768$39,789,710498
4/29/2012679,688+73% 2,387,752$1,310,461$41,100,172499
5/6/2012674,327-7% 2,462,079$1,485,053$42,585,225500
2/24/20133015,923 3,743,940$414,662$66,710,288542
4/21/20132919,878 3,865,975$539,582$70,065,492550
11/2/20142913,388 4,290,020$844,192$90,605,243630
2/5/20172613,759 4,458,916$271,439$109,072,317748
2/12/20171812,304-11% 4,471,220$231,633$109,303,949749
2/19/20171917,420+42% 4,488,640$324,491$109,628,441750
3/5/20171712,032 4,508,073$204,453$109,958,399752
3/12/2017238,869-26% 4,516,942$154,997$110,113,397753
3/19/20172410,696+21% 4,527,638$195,561$110,308,958754
3/26/2017286,752-37% 4,534,390$130,675$110,439,633755
4/9/2017923,853 4,565,025$369,559$110,935,827757
4/16/20171122,517-6% 4,587,542$370,729$111,306,556758
4/23/20171610,975-51% 4,598,517$183,581$111,489,491759
4/30/2017245,748-48% 4,604,265$86,777$111,576,268760
5/7/2017248,728+52% 4,612,993$138,469$111,714,737761
5/14/2017258,992+3% 4,621,985$132,515$111,847,252762
5/21/2017235,759-36% 4,627,744$84,672$111,931,925763
5/28/2017258,418+46% 4,636,162$132,829$112,064,754764
6/4/20172010,927+30% 4,647,089$169,519$112,234,273765
6/11/2017199,449-14% 4,656,538$146,338$112,380,611766
6/18/20171912,162+29% 4,668,700$188,590$112,569,201767
6/25/20171610,765-11% 4,679,465$171,851$112,741,052768
7/2/2017257,911-27% 4,687,376$125,102$112,866,154769
7/9/20171911,179+41% 4,698,555$149,177$113,015,331770
7/16/2017217,048-37% 4,705,603$98,316$113,113,647771
7/23/20172210,611+51% 4,716,214$146,646$113,260,294772
7/30/2017178,436-20% 4,724,650$111,225$113,371,519773
8/13/2017208,355 4,741,620$109,735$113,612,170775
8/27/2017268,733 4,757,514$141,278$113,861,693777
9/17/2017277,759 4,780,291$133,893$114,246,097780

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/10/201011,130,423 1,130,423$28,249,271$28,249,271418
10/17/20102305,286-73% 1,435,709$7,629,097$35,878,368419
10/24/20103133,738-56% 1,569,447$3,342,113$39,220,481420
10/31/2010270,272-47% 1,639,719$1,756,092$40,976,573421
11/7/2010455,262-21% 1,694,981$1,380,991$42,357,564422
11/14/2010479,226+43% 1,774,207$1,832,499$44,190,063423
11/21/2010638,063-52% 1,812,270$864,802$45,054,865424
11/28/201017105,130+176% 1,917,400$2,259,236$47,314,101425
12/5/20101239,387-63% 1,956,787$863,370$48,177,471426
12/12/20101635,459-10% 1,992,246$727,980$48,905,451427
12/19/20101644,732+26% 2,036,978$871,826$49,777,277428
12/26/20106187,036+318% 2,224,014$3,291,830$53,069,107429
1/2/20117111,499-40% 2,335,513$1,724,889$54,793,996430
1/9/20111717,318-84% 2,352,831$331,989$55,125,985431
1/16/2011637,198+115% 2,390,029$557,605$55,683,590432
2/13/20111523,765 2,450,219$439,422$56,809,502436
2/20/20111225,372+7% 2,475,591$433,861$57,243,363437
2/27/20111719,717-22% 2,495,308$339,136$57,582,499438
3/6/2011209,533-52% 2,504,841$176,270$57,758,769439
3/27/2011194,589 2,522,304$119,169$58,212,254442
4/3/20111811,974+161% 2,534,278$305,227$58,517,481443
4/24/20111324,875 2,571,133$491,024$59,244,985446
5/1/20111311,713-53% 2,582,846$239,171$59,484,156447
5/22/2011208,012 2,601,781$144,139$59,835,712450
10/2/2011167,915 2,687,938$183,794$61,809,908469
10/9/20111319,834+151% 2,707,772$435,152$62,245,060470
10/16/20111415,066-24% 2,722,838$328,146$62,573,206471
1/15/20121612,796 2,782,850$319,000$64,069,279484
1/22/2012827,971+119% 2,810,821$734,788$64,804,067485
1/29/2012816,236-42% 2,827,057$407,527$65,211,594486
2/5/20121516,734+3% 2,843,791$409,492$65,621,086487
2/12/20121024,404+46% 2,868,195$698,924$66,320,010488
2/19/20121320,786-15% 2,888,981$536,912$66,856,922489
4/22/2012916,050 2,947,539$355,195$68,152,835498
4/29/2012425,794+61% 2,973,333$644,584$68,797,419499
5/6/2012818,903-27% 2,992,236$478,801$69,276,220500
9/25/20161358,243 3,558,039$8,228,842$82,636,382729
10/2/20162141,765-60% 3,699,804$3,256,344$85,892,726730
10/9/2016547,406-67% 3,747,210$1,089,397$86,982,123731
10/16/2016533,513-29% 3,780,723$770,460$87,752,583732
10/23/2016723,909-29% 3,804,632$549,657$88,302,240733
10/30/2016731,659+32% 3,836,291$727,847$89,030,087734
11/6/20161017,144-46% 3,853,435$394,143$89,424,230735
11/13/2016820,999+22% 3,874,434$482,762$89,906,992736
11/20/2016925,052+19% 3,899,486$575,956$90,482,948737
11/27/20162088,791+254% 3,988,277$2,041,300$92,524,248738
12/4/20161729,560-67% 4,017,837$679,584$93,203,832739
12/11/20161322,068-25% 4,039,905$497,858$93,701,690740
12/18/20161143,110+95% 4,083,015$861,765$94,563,455741
12/25/20161270,766+64% 4,153,781$1,449,285$96,012,740742
1/15/20171311,547 4,184,296$265,009$96,721,163745
1/22/20171311,072-4% 4,195,368$254,534$96,975,697746
2/5/20171315,423 4,215,554$135,105$97,220,306748
2/12/2017129,452-39% 4,225,006$35,918$97,256,224749
2/19/20171115,818+67% 4,240,824$165,295$97,421,519750
2/26/20171115,593-1% 4,256,417$266,788$97,688,307751
3/5/20171111,281-28% 4,267,698$254,499$97,942,806752
3/12/2017712,772+13% 4,280,470$275,374$98,218,180753
3/19/2017632,401+154% 4,312,871$647,701$98,865,881754
3/26/2017724,748-24% 4,337,619$494,721$99,360,602755
4/2/20171511,265-54% 4,348,884$225,183$99,585,785756
4/9/20171021,297+89% 4,370,181$419,556$100,005,341757
4/16/2017925,520+20% 4,395,701$459,879$100,465,220758

Our DVD and Blu-ray sales estimates are based on weekly retail surveys, which we use to build a weekly market share estimate for each title we are tracking. The market share is converted into a weekly sales estimate based on industry reports on the overall size of the market, including reports published in Home Media Magazine.

For example, if our weekly retail survey estimates that a particular title sold 1% of all units that week, and the industry reports sales of 1,500,000 units in total, we will estimate 15,000 units were sold of that title. The consumer spending estimate is based on the average sales price for the title in the retailers we survey.

We refine our estimates from week to week as more data becomes available. In particular, we adjust weekly sales figures for the quarter once the total market estimates are published by the Digital Entertainment Group. Figures will therefore fluctuate each week, and totals for individual titles can go up or down as we update our estimates.

Because sales figures are estimated based on sampling, they will be more accurate for higher-selling titles.


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