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Click (2006)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $137,355,633Details
International Box Office $100,329,456Details
Worldwide Box Office $237,685,089
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $81,325,291 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $81,325,291
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer


Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 401-500) 404 $137,355,633
All Time International Box Office (Rank 801-900) 862 $100,329,456
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 601-700) 601 $237,685,089
All Time Domestic Box Office for Comedy Movies 42 $137,355,633
All Time International Box Office for Comedy Movies 76 $100,329,456
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Comedy Movies 47 $237,685,089

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

Movie Details

Production Budget:$82,500,000
Domestic Releases: June 23rd, 2006 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: October 10th, 2006 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language, crude and sex-related humor, and some drug references.
Running Time: 106 minutes
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Keywords: Time Travel
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Happy Madison, Revolution Studios, Columbia Pictures, Original Film
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 108 $11,921,513 Jul 7, 2006 17
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 138 $16,671,914 Jul 7, 2006 17
Fastest to $100m 295 $102,545,446 Jul 7, 2006 16
Fastest to $50m 311 $50,517,420 Jun 23, 2006 5
Biggest Domestic June Weekend 74 $40,011,365 Jun 23, 2006 3
Top Comedy Weekend Domestic 28 $40,011,365 Jun 23, 2006 3
Top Fantasy Weekend Domestic 70 $40,011,365 Jun 23, 2006 3
Top Sony Pictures Weekend Domestic 43 $40,011,365 Jun 23, 2006 3

Leading Cast

   Michael Newman
   Donna Newman

Supporting Cast

Christopher Walken    Morty
Henry Winkler    Ted Newman
David Hasselhoff    Ammer
Julie Kavner    Trudy
Jennifer Coolidge    Janine
Sean Astin    Bill


James Earl Jones    Narrator of Michael's Past
Terry Crews    Singing Guy in Car


Jonah Hill    Ben at 17 Years Old
Nick Swardson    Bed, Bath & Beyond Guy
Rachel Dratch    Alice/Alan
Rob Schneider    Prince Habibu
Lorraine Nicholson    Samantha at 14
Sophie Monk    Stacy
Katie Cassidy    Samantha at 27
Marco Khan    Habeeboo Entourage

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

Steve Koren    Screenwriter
Mark O Keefe    Screenwriter
Adam Sandler    Producer
Jack Giarraputo    Producer
Neal H. Moritz    Producer
Steve Koren    Producer
Mark O Keefe    Producer
Barry Bernardi    Executive Producer
Tania Landau    Co-Producer
Dean Semler    Cinematographer
Jeff Gourson    Editor
Rupert Gregson-Williams    Composer
Michael Dilbeck    Music Supervisor
Brooks Arthur    Music Supervisor
Perry Andelin Blake    Production Designer
Alan Au    Art Director
Jeff Mossa    Production Designer
Gary Fettis    Set Decorator
Ellen Lutter    Costume Designer
Jeffrey J. Haboush    Sound Mixer
Bill W. Benton    Sound Mixer
Elmo Weber    Supervising Sound Editor
David Bach    Supervising Sound Editor
Paul Eliopoulos    Stunt Coordinator
Kevin Grady    Associate Producer
Josh King    Assistant Director
Roger Mussenden    Casting Director

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

DVD Releases for January 20, 2009 - Part I

January 20th, 2009

A terrible week for first run releases. There are five such releases on this week's list, but they has a combined haul of around $130 million, and nearly $100 million of that came from two films. With no big releases, we had to look other places for the DVD Pick of the Week. Repo! The Genetic Opera on Blu-ray is a clear contender for that title, but its lack of mass appeal is troublesome. This American Life - Season Two is a safer pick, but it is a Borders Exclusive release. Regardless of these issues, both releases are worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. Despite the weakness at the top, there are still more than enough total releases to cause this column to stretch into two parts. The second part can be found here. More...

International Details - Babel Feels Oscar Bounce

February 11th, 2007

Babel just missed the top five this past weekend and showed that Oscar nods still meant something at the box office, at least internationally. The film added $5.16 million on 1467 screens for a total of $61.31 million so far. It was aided by a first place, $1.23 million opening on 256 screens in Russia, but that is one of the film's last significant openings. More...

Award Season - Oscar Nods Offer Little Surprises - Correction

January 23rd, 2007

The Oscar nominations were handed out today and for the most part they've followed the script written by previous awards committees fairly closely. More...

Cars Lap Competition on Home Market

November 19th, 2006

Cars led a group of new releases that dominated the sales charts this week, however, it had to settle for a very close second place on the rental charts. Leading the way was Mission: Impossible: III with $9.31 million while Cars took in $9.24 million. More...

New Releases are Nearly Impossible to Find on Home Market Charts

November 11th, 2006

New releases were nearly shut out of the charts this week, however, one new release that did make the charts was Mission: Impossible: III, which earned top spot with $9.08 million. More...

International Details - Partying on the International Charts

November 5th, 2006

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals saw impressive growth this week up 52% to $4.26 million on 2035 screens in 20 markets for an international total of $16.58 million. The film opened in a handful of markets including placing first in Mexico with $927,000 on 310 screens, but that's a little low for this type of film in that market. Also, it missed the top five in Spain opening in sixth place with $651,000 on 220 screens. The film's biggest market of the weekend was the U.K. where it was down just 27% to $1.41 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.66 million after two. More...

Nacho Takes Down the Competition

November 4th, 2006

It was a great week for new releases with three new film in the top five, including a first place finish for Nacho Libre. During the film's first week of release on DVD, it earned $7.16 million in total rentals, which put it just ahead of the second place film, The Break-Up, and its $6.93 million. More...

International Details - Deutschland Double-Shot

October 30th, 2006

Not much in terms of international details this week and what little details there are, are based on studio estimates. More...

Click Wins Close Contest

October 28th, 2006

Despite a glut of new releases Click was able to remain on the top of the rental charts. This week it dipped just 20% to $9.03 million over the week and $20.54 million after two. More...

Click's Appeal is Universal

October 21st, 2006

Three of the top five renters this week were new releases including the number one film, Click with $11.34 million during its first week of release. More...

International Top Five - Prada Still a Powerhouse

October 18th, 2006

The Devil Wears Prada remained on top of the international charts as it added $24.61 million on 4217 screens in 42 markets. This lifted its international total to $75.43 million and its worldwide total to $199.75 million. Germany was the film's biggest market as it took in $4.24 million on 559 screens, but a local film kept it out of first place while another local film did the same in the Netherlands where it opened with $631,000 on 80 screens over the weekend and $816,000 in total. It did earn first place in Italy with $3.56 million on 417 screens and in Taiwan with an estimated $1.2 million on 98. Meanwhile, the film performed amazingly in several holdover markets adding $3.47 million on 446 screens in the U.K. to its two-week total of $12.53 million while it remained in first place in France with $1.9 million on 507 screens for $10.1 million after three weeks. As for further milestones, the film has obviously already crossed $200 million worldwide and $100 million internationally won't be far behind. More...

International Top Five - The Devil You Say

October 11th, 2006

There was not a single new release in the top five, for that matter, all five films were in the top five last weekend as well. However, we still had a surprise number one as The Devil Wears Prada claimed the crown with $19.37 million on 2975 screens in 33 markets for a total of $42.16 million so far. That is almost 60% higher than it earned last weekend. Almost all of this growth can be attributed to the film's first place, $6.11 million opening on 447 screens in the U.K. but the film also took first place in Russia with $2.32 million on 299 screens and in Spain with $2.15 million on 301 screens. As for holdovers, it remained in first place in Australia down just 27% to $1.88 million on 321 screens and now has $7.02 million in the market while it fell 35% in France to $2.99 million over the weekend and $7.63 million in total. Comedies tends to be very cultural and usually they don't translate well. Perhaps the experience of having a bad boss is universal, (not that I would know anything about that), or perhaps the film's darker edge it helping it overseas. More...

DVD Releases for October 10, 2006

October 10th, 2006

The Thanksgiving long weekend signifies the start of the holiday shopping season... Of course, that's the American Thanksgiving, which occurs sometime in November. The Canadian Thanksgiving, which occurred this weekend, is most closely associated with the start of Hockey season. (Have I mentioned how much I hate the New York Rangers? I have. Good.) However, just because shopping season has officially started, doesn't mean it's a slow week. Far from it. This week there was a bumper crop of contenders for the DVD Pick of the Week. I narrowed the list to two TV on DVD releases (Scrubs - The Complete Fourth Season - Buy from Amazon and Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law - Volume 2 - Buy from Amazon) and two limited releases, (Twelve and Holding - Buy from Amazon and A Prairie Home Companion - Buy from Amazon). If I was forced at gunpoint to choose just one, it would be Scrubs - The Complete Fourth Season - Buy from Amazon, but I can all but guarantee all four, and a few others, will end up in my DVD collection. More...

International Top Five - Trade a Worldwide Hit

October 4th, 2006

World Trade Center had its widest expansion of its run so far an that helped it climb into first place in a very tight race. Over the weekend the film made $12.83 million on 2765 screens in 19 markets for an international total of $22.55 million after three weeks of release. The film opened in three major markets including its biggest markets, the U.K.. There it was in a close, three-way battle for first place but in the end it finished third with $3.12 million on 411 screens. The film also placed third in Germany with $1.68 million on 496 screens. In Spain, on the other hand, it handily took first place with $2.40 million on 325 screens and also finished first in Taiwan with $734,000 on 57 and in second in Brazil with $618,000 on 85. Next up for the film is Australia and Japan this weekend, as well as a series of midlevel European markets. More...

International Details - Banquet Satisfies Millions More

October 1st, 2006

Ye Yan, a.k.a., The Banquet opened in third place in South Korea with $1.04 million on 183 screens over the weekend and $1.24 million in total. That helped the Chinese film place sixth overall with $5.52 million on 734 screens in 6 markets lifting its international total to $15.94 million, which is just above its production budget. More...

International Top Five - Little Man a Big Deal

September 24th, 2006

Little Man shot up the charts into sixth place with $5.97 million on 1597 screens in 23 markets for a total of $22.63 million internationally. The film had million dollar debuts in both Spain, ($2.06 million on 250 screens), and Mexico, ($1.04 million on 352), while came reasonably close in Russia, ($960,000 on 217 screens, including midweek numbers). In all three markets, the film placed second on the charts. More amazingly is the film's performance in the U.K. as it dipped just 17% to $1.05 million on 315 screens over the weekend and a three-week total of $5.75 million. More...

International Details - Sentinel Scores Its Best Weekend on International Charts

September 17th, 2006

The Sentinel climbed into 6th place on the international charts, the best placing the film has earned. It had a few openings, the biggeset being a sixth place, $410,000 debut on 89 screens in South Korea over the weekend, and $469,000 in total. On the other hand, the film place first in Belgium with $197,000 on 36 screens over the weekend and $226,000 in total and third in Denmark with $102,000 on 32 screens over the weekend and $108,000 in total. Overall it earned $3.44 million on 1423 screens in 22 markets for a total of $31.96 million, which puts it about a week from topping its domestic total. More...

International Details - Garfield Continues to Gobble Up the International Box Office

September 10th, 2006

No new openings left Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties down 40% to $5.87 million on 3779 screens in 32 markets for a total of $90.08 million. It was reported that the film broke a record for an animated film in China with $6.7 million putting it ahead of The Lion King, which is a strange thing to report since the movie isn't animated. Sure, it has a CG lead, but that's not the same. As for the film's prospects for the future, hitting $100 million internationally is academic at this point and with several openings to go, including previews in Australia this weekend, the film could finish with close to the $125 million earned by the original. More...

You, Me, Dupree, and the International Details

September 3rd, 2006

A first place opening in the U.K. helped You, Me & Dupree shoot up the charts nearly reaching the top five. While it did have to settle for sixth place, its $4.32 million on 914 screens in 8 markets was enough to push its still early international total to $13.01 million. Over in the U.K., the film picked up $3.10 million on 409 screens and that was more than double its nearest competitor. The film opened in Iceland over the weekend earning second place to Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties with $42,000 in three theatres. More...

International Details - House hasn't become a Monster Hit

August 28th, 2006

Monster House climbed one spot to sixth with $4.48 million on 1498 screens in 14 markets for total of $20.33 million at the international box office. The film added two more midlevel markets but bombed in both. In the Netherlands the film missed the top ten with $89,000 on 65 screens over the weekend and $100,000 in total while it was only slightly better in Poland earning sixth place with $71,000 on 48 screens. Holdovers, on the other hand, were better than expected with the film down a mere 16% during its second weekend in the U.K. with $1.61 million on 425 screens for a total of $5.83 million. More...

International Details - Peninsula at Pinnacle

July 23rd, 2006

A South Korean film, Hanbando, a.k.a. The Korean Peninsula, topped its native market with a huge $6.14 million on 520 screens over the weekend and a total of $9.85 million overall. That was good enough for sixth place on the international charts. More...

International Details - Da Vinci Outpaces Fast and the Furious

July 16th, 2006

The Da Vinci Code slipped out of the top five with $3.85 million on 3037 screens in 55 markets for a total of $515.15 million. This is the 11th best international total ever, while its worldwide mark of $728.36 million places it 23rd on the all-time worldwide chart. More...

Avast Ye Maties, Pirates Invade Record Book. Arrrr!

July 10th, 2006

We finally had a blockbuster live up to, and exceed its expectations. And with the record-destroying run of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest the total box office exploded to nearly $220 million, which was up 42% from last year and more than 46% from the same weekend last year. This total is the largest ever for a weekend breaking the previous record of $188 million, which was earned in June of 2004 when Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban opened. And overall, 2006's lead over 2005 grew from 3% to 5%, easily more than ticket price inflation. More...

International Details - Da Vinci Sinks Poseidon

July 9th, 2006

Last minute updates in weekend numbers showed that it was The Da Vinci Code and not Poseidon grabbing the final spot in the top five. It was an exceedingly close race with the former film topping the latter by less than $3000 both with $5.68 million. The Da Vinci Code earned its box office on 4352 screens in 57 markets while Poseidon needed just 3584 in 48. On the other hand, their running tallies are worlds apart with The Da Vinci Code leading $507.68 million to $94.72 million. That film became just the 12th film to cross $500 million internationally and is less than $20 million from overtaking Finding Nemo for 10th place on the international charts. More...

Can Pirates Gather Record Plunder?

July 6th, 2006

The latest "Sure Thing" openings tomorrow. But this Summer seven previous "Sure Things" have already come out and only one or two have actually lived up to expectations. Both The Da Vinci Code and X-Men: The Last Stand managed to do so, more or less, but with The Da Vinci Code my expectations were somewhat lower than the industry average and its final box office is still looked at as a disappointment by many. Will Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest break this trend, or will it be the latest victim in a summer of over-hyped misses? More...

Return is not so Super

July 5th, 2006

While we had one film missing expectations, and another beating them by nearly the same amount, for the most part, the weekend played out exactly as expected. Compared to last weekend, the $154 million made at the box office from Friday to Sunday was up 9.4%. More importantly, it was up 7.9% from the same weekend last year. (Comparing the 5-day weekend to last year is pointless since the holiday fell on a Monday last year.) Year-to-date, 2006 is 3% higher than 2005 while the summer pace is ahead by a smaller 1% margin. More...

International Details - Scaring Up some Business

July 2nd, 2006

Scary Movie 4 opened in first place in both France and Spain, helping the film into sixth place overall with $4.89 million on 1512 screens in 22 markets for a total of $74.72 million internationally. In Spain the film made $1.76 million on 400 screens over the weekend and $1.83 million in total, while in France it brought in $3.47 million on 571 screens, but that was for the full week. More...

Super Start to July 4th Long Weekend

June 28th, 2006

With this being the July 4th long weekend, several films are getting a jump on weekend rush, including what could become the biggest hit of the year. But there seems to be some signs of weakness in the man of steel. Will some cinematic kryptonite spoil Superman's return to theaters? More...

Per Theatre Charts - Wassup Ends Up on top of the Charts

June 27th, 2006

Wassup Rockers surprised on top of the per theatre charts with $29,400 in its lone theatre, but it wasn't the only film to excel over the weekend. Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man also opened in just one theatre, but still managed an impressive $17,130 in ticket sales. The final film to crack $10,000 was the overall box office leader, Click, which pulled in more than $40 million in 3,749 theatres for an average of $10,673. More...

Click Clicks with Moviegoers

June 26th, 2006

Overall, there were little in the way of surprises this weekend with no film beating or missing expectations by more than a few million dollars. But with no breakout hit, the overall box office slumped by 7.8% from last weekend to $140 million. This did represent an increase of 9.8% over the same weekend last year. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 17th - June 23rd

June 23rd, 2006

Just an average week with You, Me and Dupree - Official Site taking the prize for the best of the week. More...

Changing Channels

June 22nd, 2006

The two releases coming out this week are almost exact opposites of each other. One is a mainstream, proto-blockbuster comedy / fantasy opening in nearly 4,000 theatres. The other is a gritty, violent film aimed at a more targeted audience and is barely opening in more than 1,000 theatres. The only this they really have in common is the critics' reaction, and that's not a good thing. More...

Contest - One Click Away

June 19th, 2006

As a preview for next week's Superman Returns contest, this week amateur Box Office prognosticators have a shot at winning the Superman Returns Soundtrack by predicting the opening weekend box office of Click. Whoever comes closest to predicting the opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win the Superman Returns Soundtrack. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2006 Preview: June

June 1st, 2006

May might have gotten off to a slow start, but it sure made up for it in the end. June looks to keep up the fast pace, but out of the dozen or so movies opening wide this month, only two look like they have to potential to be monster hits and after that there is a huge drop-off in box office potential. There are a few others that should earn their keep, and maybe one or two that will surprise, but most look average at best. More...

Movie Website Updates for May 6 - May 12

May 12th, 2006

There's a better than average selection on this week's list, but for the vast majority of the sites, there are only minor changes. The best of the bunch is Click - Official Site but there are a several other sites on this week's list that are just a update or two away from being an award winning site. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 7 - April 13

April 13th, 2006

Back to normal levels of traffic on this list, but like last week there's not an over abundance of huge sites on this week's list. I hope that changes soon as the summer box office season is just around the corner. The best of the bunch this week is Hard Candy - Official Site, which has been slowly growing for months. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 23 - December 29

December 29th, 2005

This week's list of movie site is abridged and only contains the two films that are opening this week plus more than a dozen site that have never appeared on this list before. However, it was one of the two new openings, Match Point - Official Site, that took the weekly website award. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/06/23 1 $40,011,365   3,749 $10,673   $40,011,365 1
2006/06/30 3 $19,919,470 -50% 3,764 $5,292   $78,436,992 2
2006/07/07 4 $11,921,513 -40% 3,458 $3,448   $105,842,811 3
2006/07/14 7 $7,261,361 -39% 3,296 $2,203   $119,963,211 4
2006/07/21 11 $4,035,847 -44% 2,312 $1,746   $128,224,427 5
2006/07/28 15 $1,922,308 -52% 1,326 $1,450   $132,430,248 6
2006/08/04 20 $750,387 -61% 651 $1,153   $134,344,223 7
2006/08/11 27 $331,926 -56% 277 $1,198   $135,105,606 8
2006/08/18 33 $200,405 -40% 185 $1,083   $135,468,818 9
2006/08/25 26 $384,517 +92% 292 $1,317   $135,935,073 10
2006/09/01 28 $353,658 -8% 281 $1,259   $136,414,248 11
2006/09/08 30 $250,552 -29% 269 $931   $136,812,330 12
2006/09/15 32 $233,594 -7% 266 $878   $137,114,211 13
2006/09/22 33 $183,577 -21% 216 $850   $137,340,146 14

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/06/23 1 $14,426,286   3,749 $3,848   $14,426,286 1
2006/06/24 1 $14,303,608 -1% 3,749 $3,815   $28,729,894 2
2006/06/25 1 $11,281,471 -21% 3,749 $3,009   $40,011,365 3
2006/06/26 1 $5,638,403 -50% 3,749 $1,504   $45,649,768 4
2006/06/27 1 $4,867,652 -14% 3,749 $1,298   $50,517,420 5
2006/06/28 2 $4,084,126 -16% 3,749 $1,089   $54,601,546 6
2006/06/29 2 $3,915,976 -4% 3,749 $1,045   $58,517,522 7
2006/06/30 3 $6,218,656 +59% 3,764 $1,652   $64,736,178 8
2006/07/01 3 $6,874,472 +11% 3,764 $1,826   $71,610,650 9
2006/07/02 3 $6,826,342 -1% 3,764 $1,814   $78,436,992 10
2006/07/03 3 $5,197,028 -24% 3,764 $1,381   $83,634,020 11
2006/07/04 3 $3,993,815 -23% 3,764 $1,061   $87,627,835 12
2006/07/05 3 $3,357,299 -16% 3,764 $892   $90,985,134 13
2006/07/06 3 $2,936,164 -13% 3,764 $780   $93,921,298 14
2006/07/07 4 $4,107,245 +40% 3,458 $1,188   $98,028,543 15
2006/07/08 4 $4,516,903 +10% 3,458 $1,306   $102,545,446 16
2006/07/09 4 $3,297,365 -27% 3,458 $954   $105,842,811 17
2006/07/10 4 $1,608,679 -51% 3,458 $465   $107,451,490 18
2006/07/11 4 $1,771,281 +10% 3,458 $512   $109,222,771 19
2006/07/12 4 $1,812,537 +2% 3,458 $524   $111,035,308 20
2006/07/13 4 $1,666,542 -8% 3,458 $482   $112,701,850 21
2006/07/14 7 $2,155,086 +29% 3,296 $654   $114,856,936 22
2006/07/15 7 $3,043,444 +41% 3,296 $923   $117,900,380 23
2006/07/16 7 $2,062,831 -32% 3,296 $626   $119,963,211 24
2006/07/17 7 $1,043,072 -49% 3,296 $316   $121,006,283 25
2006/07/18 7 $1,090,825 +5% 3,296 $331   $122,097,108 26
2006/07/19 7 $1,019,342 -7% 3,296 $309   $123,116,450 27
2006/07/20 7 $1,072,130 +5% 3,296 $325   $124,188,580 28
2006/07/24 11 $565,000   2,312 $244   $128,789,000 32
2006/07/25 11 $600,000 +6% 2,312 $260   $129,389,000 33
2006/07/26 11 $552,000 -8% 2,312 $239   $129,941,000 34
2006/07/27 11 $567,000 +3% 2,312 $245   $130,508,000 35
2006/08/04 20 $250,000   651 $384   $133,844,000 43
2006/08/05 20 $286,000 +14% 651 $439   $134,130,000 44
2006/08/06 20 $214,000 -25% 651 $329   $134,344,223 45
2006/08/07 20 $119,000 -44% 651 $183   $134,463,000 46
2006/09/04 26 $97,114   281 $346   $136,511,362 74

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/06/23 1 $58,517,522   3,749 $15,609   $58,517,522 1
2006/06/30 3 $35,403,776 -39% 3,764 $9,406   $93,921,298 2
2006/07/07 4 $18,780,552 -47% 3,458 $5,431   $112,701,850 3
2006/07/14 7 $11,486,730 -39% 3,296 $3,485   $124,188,580 4
2006/07/21 11 $6,319,360 -45% 2,312 $2,733   $130,507,940 5
2006/07/28 15 $3,085,896 -51% 1,326 $2,327   $133,593,836 6
2006/08/04 21 $1,179,844 -62% 651 $1,812   $134,773,680 7
2006/08/11 29 $494,733 -58% 277 $1,786   $135,268,413 8
2006/08/18 33 $282,143 -43% 185 $1,525   $135,550,556 9
2006/08/25 25 $510,034 +81% 292 $1,747   $136,060,590 10
2006/09/01 29 $501,188 -2% 281 $1,784   $136,561,778 11
2006/09/08 31 $318,839 -36% 269 $1,185   $136,880,617 12
2006/09/15 31 $275,952 -13% 266 $1,037   $137,156,569 13
2006/09/22 37 $183,577 -33% 216 $850   $137,340,146 14

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/15/200611,284,422 1,284,422$21,668,199$21,668,1991
10/22/20063621,489-52% 1,905,911$11,317,315$32,985,5142
10/29/20067229,757-63% 2,135,668$4,314,836$37,300,3503
11/5/20065182,388-21% 2,318,056$3,441,662$40,742,0124
11/12/200610148,108-19% 2,466,164$2,794,798$43,536,8105
11/19/20061587,598-41% 2,553,762$1,610,927$45,147,7376
11/26/20068682,559+679% 3,236,321$12,429,399$57,577,1367
12/31/200618181,789 4,030,278$2,668,663$71,416,15812
3/25/20071867,866 4,269,281$1,017,311$75,595,74224
11/25/200725399,040 4,718,969$3,587,370$79,884,81459

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