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Grindhouse (2007)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $25,031,037Details
International Box Office $25,156,752Details
Worldwide Box Office $50,187,789
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $37,039,740 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,731,005 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $40,770,745
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$53,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 6th, 2007 (Wide) by Weinstein/Dimension
Video Release: September 18th, 2007 by Weinstein Co./Genius, released as Grindhouse Presents, Death Proof - Extended and Unrated
October 16th, 2007 by Weinstein Co./Genius, released as Grindhouse Presents, Planet Terror - Extended and Unrated
October 5th, 2010 by Vivendi Visual
MPAA Rating: R for strong graphic bloody violence and gore, pervasive language, some sexuality, nudity and drug use
Running Time: 191 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Kill Bill: Volume 2
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Keywords: Segments, Doctors, Serial Killer, Movie Business, Grindhouse, Stuntman
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Dimension Films, Troublemaker Studios
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day) 64 $11,596,613 Apr 6, 2007 3
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 78 $15,439,675 Apr 6, 2007 3
Easter (Opening, 3-Day) 31 $11,596,613 Apr 6, 2007 3
Easter (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 37 $15,439,675 Apr 6, 2007 3

Leading Cast

   Cherry (segment "Planet Terror")/Pam (segment "Death Proof")
   Stuntman Mike (segment "Death Proof")

Supporting Cast

Freddy Rodriguez    Wray (segment "Planet Terror")
Josh Brolin    Dr. William Block (segment "Planet Terror")
Marley Shelton    Dr. Dakota Block (segments "Planet Terror"/"Death Proof")
Michael Biehn    Sheriff Hague (segments "Planet Terror"/"Thanksgiving")
Jeff Fahey    J.T. (segment "Planet Terror")
Naveen Andrews    Abby (segment "Planet Terror")
Michael Parks    Earl McGraw (segments "Planet Terror'" and "Death Proof")
Stacy Ferguson    Tammy (segment "Planet Terror")
Electra Avellan    Crazy Babysitter Twin (Segment "Planet Terror")
Elise Avellan    Crazy Babysitter Twin (Segment "Planet Terror")
Rosario Dawson    Abernathy (segment "Death Proof")
Vanessa Ferlito    Arlene (segment "Death Proof")
Jordan Ladd    Shanna (segment "Death Proof")/Judy (trailer segment "Thanksgiving")
Sidney Poitier    Jungle Julia (Segment "Death Proof")
Tracie Thoms    Kim (segment "Death Proof")
Mary Elizabeth Winstead    Lee (segment "Death Proof")
ZoĆ« Bell    Zoe (segment "Death Proof")
Quentin Tarantino    The Rapist (segment "Planet Terror")/Warren (segment "Death Proof")
Marcy Harriell    Marcy (Segment "Death Proof")
Eli Roth    Dov (segment "Death Proof")/Tucker (trailer segment "Thanksgiving")
Omar Doom    Nate (segment "Death Proof")
Michael Bacall    Omar (segment "Death Proof")
Monica Staggs    Lanna Frank (Segment "Death Proof")
Jonathan Loughran    Jaspar (Segment "Death Proof")
Marta Mendoza    Punky Bruiser (Segment "Death Proof")
Tim Murphy    Tim the Bartender (Segment "Death Proof")
Melissa Arcaro    Venus Envy (Segment "Death Proof")
James Parks    Edgar McGraw (Segment "Death Proof")
Eurlyne Epper    Lanna Frank Friend (Segment "Death Proof")
Jamie L. Dunno    Lanna Frank Friend (Segment "Death Proof")
Rebel Rodriguez    Tony (Segment "Planet Terror")
Bruce Willis    Lt. Muldoon (segment "Planet Terror")
Julio Oscar Mechoso    Romey (segment "Planet Terror")
Nicky Katt    Joe (segment "Planet Terror")
Hung Nguyen    Dr. Crane (Segmen "Planet Terror")
Cecilia Conti    Paramedic (Segment "Planet Terror")
Tommy Nix    Paramedic (Segment "Planet Terror")
Tom Savini    Deputy Tolo (segment "Planet Terror")
Carlos Gallardo    Deputy Carlos (Segment "Planet Terror")
Skip Reissig    Skip (Segment "Planet Terror")
Greg Kelly    Rapist (Segment "Planet Terror")
Troy Robinson    Soldier (Segment "Planet Terror")
Derek Southers    Soldier (Segment "Planet Terror")
Jerili Romeo    Ramona McGraw (Segment "Planet Terror")
Felix Sabates    Dr. Felix (Segment "Planet Terror")
Doran Ingraham    Patient (Segment "Planet Terror")
Johnny Reno    Sax Survivor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Danny Trejo    Machete (segment "Machete")
Cheech Marin    Padre Benicio del Toro (segment "Machete")
Simon Pegg    Bearded Cannibal (segment "Don't")
Stuart Wilson    Old Man (segment "Don't")
Jason Isaacs    Bearded Man (segment "Don't")
Bill Moseley    Dr. Heinrich von Strasser (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Sheri Moon Zombie    Eva Krupp (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Udo Kier    Franz Hess (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Nicolas Cage    Fu Manchu (segment "Werewolf Women of the SS")
Will Arnett    Announcer (segement "Don't")
Jay Hernandez    Bobby (segment "Thanksgiving")

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director (Segment "Death Proof")
   Director (Segment "Planet Terror")
Quentin Tarantino    Screenwriter (Segment "Death Proof")
Robert Rodriguez    Screenwriter (Segment "Planet Terror")
Robert Rodriguez    Producer
Quentin Tarantino    Producer
Elizabeth Avellan    Producer
Erica Steinberg    Producer (Segment "Death Proof")
Bob Weinstein    Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein    Executive Producer
Sandra Condito    Executive Producer
Shannon McIntosh    Executive Producer
Steve Joyner    Production Designer
Robert Rodriguez    Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Ethan Maniquis    Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Sally Menke    Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Robert Rodriguez    Composer (Segment "Planet Terror")
Robert Rodriguez    Director of Photography-(Segment "Planet Terror")
Quentin Tarantino    Director of Photography-(Segment "Death Proof")
Tom Proper    Associate Producer (Segment "Planet Terror")
Pilar Savone    Associate Producer (Segment "Death Proof")
Bill Scott    Line Producer
James W. Skotchdopole    Line Producer (Segment "Death Proof" California Unit)
Luz Maria Rojas Magnon*    Line Producer (Segment "Planet Terror" Mexico Unit)
Brian Bettwy    Assistant Director
Diego Sandoval    Assistant Director (Segment "Planet Terror" Mexico Unit)
Bill Scott    Unit Production Manager
Luz Maria Rojas Magnon*    Unit Production Manager (Segment "Planet Terror" Mexico Unit
Tracey Landon    Production Supervisor (Segment "Death Proof" California Unit)
Caylah Eddleblute    Art Director
Jeanette Scott    Set Decorator
Jimmy Lindsey    Second Unit Photography (Segment "Planet Terror")
Nina Proctor    Costume Designer
Marcia Evers    Costume Supervisor
Johny Pray    Costume Supervisor (Segment "Death Proof" California Unit)
Joe D'Augustine    Additional Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Ethan Andrus    Sound Mixer (Segment "Planet Terror")
John Pritchett    Sound Mixer (Segment "Planet Terror")
Mark Ulano    Sound Mixer (Segment "Death Proof")
Sergio Reyes    Re-recording Mixer (Segment "Planet Terror")
Robert Rodriguez    Re-recording Mixer (Segment "Planet Terror")
Michael Minkler    Re-recording Mixer (Segment "Death Proof")
Michael Keller    Re-recording Mixer (Segment "Death Proof")
Tim Rakoczy    Supervising Sound Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Wylie Stateman    Supervising Sound Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Paula Fairfield    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
William Jacobs    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Charles Maynes    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Carla Murray    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Angelo Palazzo    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Harry Cohen    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Ann Scibelli    Sound Effects Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Charles Ewing Smith    Dialogue Editor (Segment "Planet Terror")
Michael Hertlein    Dialogue Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Margit Pfeiffer    Dialogue Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Jim Schultz    Music Editor (Segment "Death Proof")
Tysuela Hill    Make up (Segment "Planet Terror")
Darylin Nagy    Make up
Joe Rivera    Hairstylist (Segment "Planet Terror")
Tara Smith    Hairstylist (Segment "Death Proof")
Ermahn Ospina    Make up and Hair (Segment "Planet Terror")
Gregory Nicotero    Special Make-up Effects
Howard Berger    Special Make-up Effects
Graeme Revell    Additional Music (Segment "Planet Terror")
Carl Thiel    Additional Music (Segment "Planet Terror")
Mary Ramos    Music Supervisor (Segment "Music Supervisor")
Mary Vernieu    Casting Director
Jeff Dashnaw    Stunt Coordinator

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

DVD Releases for December 16, 2008

December 16th, 2008

This week is a confusing one on the home market as there are DVDs coming out on Tuesday the 16th, as usual, and on Friday the 19th, and Sunday the 21st as well. While there are a number of great releases that are spread out over three days, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is the best on any day, and worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

DVD Rentals - Transformers Steady on Top

November 4th, 2007

There were seven new releases to chart this week, but The Transformers held strong down just 14% remaining in first place with $8.62 million in rentals for the week and $18.59 million in total. More...

DVD Sales - Transformers Change the Home Market

October 29th, 2007

There were six new releases on this week's sales chart, including the number one film of the week, The Transformers. That DVD sold 5.09 million units for opening week sales of $117.01 million, which was the best opening on the home market this year in terms of raw dollars. However, 300 sold more units, barely, at 5.10 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Transformers almost Teppid on the Rental Chart

October 29th, 2007

The Transformers led a list of six new releases and the overall rental chart this week, but at $9.97 million in rentals, it was a subdued victory compared to its dominance of the sales chart. More...

Contest - These Prizes are Cherry

October 19th, 2007

The first massive movie of the month, and it opens during the final weekend of the month. That film is Saw IV and it is the target film for our latest box office prediction contest. To win one must simply predict the box office opening for Saw IV. 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 the soundtrack for The Heartbreak Kid. 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 MacBeth on DVD. Finally, whichever of those two winners comes the absolute closest will win a Cherry action figure from Grindhouse. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD Releases for October 16, 2007

October 16th, 2007

This week we have the first of the summer blockbusters hitting the home market. But, strangely, it was the last of the four $300 million movies that were released this year. This signifies the unofficial start of the of the Christmas DVD rush season and I would expect every week massive blockbusters or super-special editions being release from now until the Boxing Day. As for this week's best bets, I'm torn between two releases: Grindhouse - Planet Terror - Extended and Unrated - Two-Disc Special Edition and The Transformers - HD-DVD Edition. I've giving both the DVD Pick of the Week honors, but I will add that while Grindhouse is the better movie, The Transformers will appeal to a wider audience. (On a side note, this is the second time a HD-DVD release has earned the DVD Pick of the Week. Blu-Ray better catch up to HD-DVD soon.) More...

International Details - Heartbreak for the Kid

October 14th, 2007

The Heartbreak Kid missed the top five by less than $20,000 over the weekend earning $5.74 million on 819 screens in 4 markets during its opening weekend on the international charts. This includes openings in to major markets including the U.K. where it opened in first place with $2.52 million on 409 screens, but this was still a disappointing debut, much like it was domestically. Conversely, the film opened in second place in Russia with $2.31 million on 360 screens, but this is a much better performance compared to the overall box office size of the marketplace. More...

DVD Sales - We Are... New Releases

September 30th, 2007

New releases dominated this week's sales chart, taking the first seven spots, including the new number one, We Are... Marshall. That DVD sold 449,000 units for opening week sales of $7.18 million. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Show Quantity over Quality

September 30th, 2007

New releases were dominant on this week's rental chart with ten charting, including first place We Are... Marshall and its $4.59 million in rentals. More...

Contest - Get Your Game Face On

September 21st, 2007

The last weekend in September brings us what could be the biggest hit of the month, The Game Plan, which is also the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. To win one must simply predict the box office opening for The Game Plan. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win Grindhouse - Death Proof. Meanwhile, to celebrate The Transformers taking to IMAX cinemas, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win Transformers Armada - Battle for the Mini-Cons. In addition, both winners will also win Broken on DVD, which doesn't come out till Tuesday. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD Releases for September 18, 2007

September 18th, 2007

There are even more TV on DVD releases this week, many of them worth adding to your DVD collection. I would say that fans of TV on DVD might be tempted to mortgage their house in order to pay for all of the great sets coming out, but after the sub-prime meltdown, that's probably no longer an option. As for the DVD Pick of the Week, I decided to go with a David Hewlett double-shot with both Stargate Atlantis - The Complete Third Season and A Dog's Breakfast winning that honor. More...

International Details - Chuck and Larry Hold of Late Charge by Die Hard

September 16th, 2007

I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry soared into sixth place with $4.72 million on 1521 screens in 21 markets for a total of $14.61 million internationally. The film finally hit big in a non-English speaking market earning first place with $1.27 million on 364 screens in Russia, but was soft in its debuts in South Korea and Italy. In Italy it managed $683,000 on 198 screens, but that was a tiny fraction of the first place film, while in South Korea it managed just ninth place with $275,000 on 123 screens over the weekend and $312,000 in total. More...

International Details - Harry Potter has 900 Million Reasons to Celebrate

September 9th, 2007

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix may have fallen out of the top five, but it was able to cross $900 million worldwide since last week making it only the tenth film to do so. Over the weekend the film added $7.08 million on 4486 screens in 53 markets for a total of $626.30 million internationally, which places the film sixth place on that chart just $16 million behind Dead Man's Chest. There's not much to report for individual markets with the film down 43% during its second weekend in Greece adding $612,000 on 129 screens for a total of $2.91 million. Its best market remains Japan at $1.67 million on 605 screens over the weekend for a total of $75.18 million after seven weeks. Meanwhile, the film continues to march towards $100 million in the U.K. and after earning $796,000 on 306 screens over the weekend it now sits at $97.89 million in total. More...

International Details - Die Hard still has Life Left

August 12th, 2007

Live Free or Die Hard was knocked out of the top five but still earned $7.15 million on 317 screens in 29 markets for a total of $192.83 million. The film opened in first place in four markets, with the biggest being Brazil at $1.60 million on 352 screens over the weekend and $2.07 million in total. At this pace the film would hit $200 million this weekend, even if it didn't open in Australia, while it will top Die Hard with a Vengeance's worldwide total shortly. More...

International Details for May 18

August 5th, 2007

No, this is not a repeat, May 18 is the name of a South Korean film that opened last weekend with $7.40 million on 534 screens over the weekend and $9.66 million in total. This was enough for first place finish in its native market and a sixth place finish internationally. More...

International Details - Transformers Remains Hair-raising

July 29th, 2007

The Transformers held on strong dipping just 7% to $33.77 million on 4626 screens in 41 markets for a total of $192.44 million. This includes an estimated $6.4 million from previews in the U.K. The film's only major opening of the weekend was Mexico where it placed first with $5.46 million on 410 screens pushing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix into second place. The Transformers also continued its amazing run in South Korea adding $3.12 million on 442 screens for a running tally of $46.21 million, which is like making $500 million here given the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

International Details - Pirates Ship Starts to Sink

July 8th, 2007

Some very interesting news on the international front this weekend regarding Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. First of all, it fell out of the top five; however, it was still able to pull in more than $10 million over the weekend. Not too long ago it was a chore to find a dozen films that cracked $1 million, while this past weekend we had 6 that earned $10 million or more. Over the weekend the film added $14.02 million on 5775 screens in 104 markets for a total of $608.89 million internationally. It is the sixth film to cross $600 million internationally and is now in fifth place on that chart. Worldwide the film has $906.89 million making it the ninth highest grosser of all time. The U.K. is still the film's best market at $78.51 million compared to second pace Japan where it has made $74.02 million. However, that gap continues to narrow with the film making $3.23 million on 691 screens in the latter and $1.37 million on 401 screens in the former. More...

International Details - Black Mark at the Box Office

July 1st, 2007

There was a troubling lack of final results this week and this results in a few studio estimates with some of the numbers. However, it appears that Black House was able to place fourth on the international charts after winning the box office race in South Korea The film was able to top its native market with $2.71 million on 325 screens over the weekend and $3.35 million in total. More...

International Details - Spidey Swings into the Sunset

June 24th, 2007

Spider-Man 3 fell out of the top five for the first time during its run, but since it has already hit $500 million internationally and is closing in on $900 million worldwide, this is hardly a reason to panic. Over the weekend the film added $3.02 million on 3914 screens in 65 markets for a total of $543.87 million, putting it in 11th place all time, just behind Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings. Worldwide the film had $873.88 million at the end of the weekend, which means it also places 11th on that all-time chart, but will top Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets before long. More...

International Details - 300 Makes a Late Surge

June 17th, 2007

300 returned to the international chart this week thanks entirely to its opening in Japan. In that market, the film opened in second place with $2.71 million on 452 screens over the weekend and $3.39 million including last week's premiere in Tokyo. This was enough for it to capture sixth place internationally with $2.75 million on 576 screens in 8 markets, while lifting its total to $236.89 million. More...

International Details - Box Office Broken

June 10th, 2007

With no worldwide opening this weekend, several studios tried to open / expand smaller films hoping to take advantage of the lull. Despite this influx of competition, Fracture was able to hold strong dipping just one place with sixth with $2.25 million on 1018 screens in 16 markets for a total of $22.33 million internationally. The film wasn't able to top $1 million in any single market, but came closest in France with $671,000 over the weekend for a $7.20 million running total. More...

Friday the 13th Produces some Scary Box Office Numbers

April 16th, 2007

The weekend box office numbers were mixed. On the one hand, there was a small drop in the overall box office numbers with the total ticket sales coming in at $119 million, which was 4% lower than last weekend and 1% lower than the same weekend last year. However, while that's hardly a reason to worry, there were six wide releases meaning the merely average box office numbers had to divided up amongst a crowded field and that really hurt a lot of the new releases. In fact, only one of the six had any real reason to celebrate. More...

Blades Cut Newcomers down to Size

April 9th, 2007

No new release made much noise at the box office this weekend and, even with the holdovers holding on better than expected, the overall box office still slipped to $124 million. That's roughly 3% lower than last weekend, but still 8% higher than the same weekend last year. Hopefully the new releases going 0 for 4 this weekend is a momentary blip and not a sign of weakness in the marketplace. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 7, 2007

April 7th, 2007

It's the Saturday after Good Friday, which explains why this column was delayed one day. But while the Friday was good, this week's sites were mediocre, at least they were compared to high expectations. If this was January, it would be a great list. However, at this point of the year I'm expecting one potential summer blockbuster to have a major website launch each week, and that didn't happen this time. We still had an award-worthy effort with Grindhouse - Official Site. More...

Grinding the Competition to Dust

April 5th, 2007

While there are four wide releases opening this Easter weekend, only one of them, Grindhouse, is given much of a shot at first place. The rest of the new releases are tracking for a middling start, a weak opening and a disastrous debut. More...

2007 Preview: April

April 1st, 2007

April is an interesting month to open a movie. Interesting, but not a particularly good month. This year it does start with Easter, but that's traditionally not a strong long weekend. Only one movie has topped $40 million over that weekend and only one other has cracked $30 million. Worst still, it's jammed right up against May, the start of the summer blockbusters season. Ironically, the closer you get to this most lucrative time of year, the tougher it is for films to make a buck. No movie wants to open the weekend before Spider-man 3, for instance. Overall, there are a few hits to be found in the month, and a few misses, but nothing that really stands out above the pack. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 24 - March 30, 2007

March 31st, 2007

Awesome. We are finally getting some major updates to the summer blockbuster movies. The ones people are watching to see if they break records. This includes the first half of the massively interactive website for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Official Site. And while the site isn't done yet, it is still more than enough to win the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 10 - March 16, 2007

March 17th, 2007

We are starting to get some serious updates on the websites for the summer blockbusters, however, it will be a few more weeks before this list is dominated by such films. In the meantime, it is a website for a new release, Dead Silence - Official Site, that is the winner of the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 17 - February 23, 2007

February 23rd, 2007

Big week in terms of flash sites launching, but a tough one when it comes to picking a winner. There were several sites that were contenders, and a few that will likely be winners after a few more updates, but none that stood out as the best for the week. It's almost like there were so many that were so close to winning the award that none were able to stand out and get me excited. However, there was one site that was updated this week that did, The Simpsons Movie - Official Site. This site did get a new look, but the real draw here is the first full trailer, to go along with the three previous teasers. Is that enough to make it award worthy? No. But while my rational side was distracted by a game of Sudoku the Fanboy in me made that decisions, and all Fanboy freak-outs are legally binding. Hopefully the final site will live up to the award. I have a feeling it will. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 10 - February 16, 2007

February 17th, 2007

While the big summer blockbusters are sill M.I.A., there are plenty of other films to pick up the slack. This includes this week's winner, Bridge to Terabithia - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 30 - January 5, 2007

January 6th, 2007

Big list as I try to catch up after the holidays. I think I caught all the updates. Not only are there a lot of sites on this week's list, several of them are potential award winners with the best of the best being Smokin' Aces - Official Site. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2007/04/06 4 $11,596,613   2,624 $4,419   $11,596,613 1
2007/04/13 10 $4,331,372 -63% 2,629 $1,648   $19,792,200 2
2007/04/20 14 $1,401,345 -68% 1,475 $950   $22,716,864 3
2007/04/27 20 $576,130 -59% 618 $932   $23,887,068 4
2007/05/04 29 $130,500 -77% 180 $725   $24,283,797 5
2007/05/11 42 $70,427 -46% 95 $741   $24,437,669 6
2007/05/18 50 $49,570 -30% 53 $935   $24,532,700 7
2007/05/25 26 $173,628 +250% 175 $992   $24,733,397 8
2007/06/01 33 $63,691 -63% 98 $650   $24,928,753 9
2007/06/08 50 $24,447 -62% 49 $499   $24,996,559 10
2007/06/15 57 $12,687 -48% 28 $453   $25,031,037 11

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/04/06 4 $5,017,197   2,624 $1,912   $5,017,197 1
2007/04/07 4 $4,062,496 -19% 2,624 $1,548   $9,079,693 2
2007/04/08 4 $2,516,920 -38% 2,624 $959   $11,596,613 3
2007/04/09 4 $1,235,000 -51% 2,624 $471   $12,832,000 4
2007/04/10 4 $990,000 -20% 2,624 $377   $13,848,000 5
2007/04/11 4 $830,000 -16% 2,624 $316   $14,678,000 6
2007/04/12 4 $800,000 -4% 2,624 $305   $15,460,828 7
2007/04/13 11 $1,317,367 +65% 2,624 $502   $16,778,195 8
2007/04/14 10 $1,793,578 +36% 2,629 $682   $18,571,773 9
2007/04/15 8 $1,220,427 -32% 2,629 $464   $19,792,200 10
2007/04/16 6 $430,000 -65% 2,629 $164   $20,225,000 11
2007/04/17 6 $390,000 -9% 2,629 $148   $20,616,000 12
2007/04/18 6 $360,000 -8% 2,629 $137   $20,981,000 13
2007/04/19 6 $335,000 -7% 2,629 $127   $21,320,000 14
2007/04/20 - $410,000 +22% 1,475 $278   $21,730,000 15
2007/05/28 25 $47,586   175 $272   $24,780,983 53

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2007/04/06 4 $15,460,828   2,624 $5,892   $15,460,828 1
2007/04/13 9 $5,854,691 -62% 2,629 $2,227   $21,315,519 2
2007/04/20 14 $1,995,419 -66% 1,475 $1,353   $23,310,938 3
2007/04/27 20 $842,359 -58% 618 $1,363   $24,153,297 4
2007/05/04 27 $213,945 -75% 180 $1,189   $24,367,242 5
2007/05/11 41 $115,888 -46% 95 $1,220   $24,483,130 6
2007/05/18 52 $76,639 -34% 53 $1,446   $24,559,769 7
2007/05/25 26 $305,293 +298% 175 $1,745   $24,865,062 8
2007/06/01 33 $107,050 -65% 98 $1,092   $24,972,112 9
2007/06/08 54 $46,238 -57% 49 $944   $25,018,350 10
2007/06/15 65 $12,687 -73% 28 $453   $25,031,037 11

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/23/20072446,894 446,894$10,019,363$10,019,3631
9/30/20077135,357-70% 582,251$3,111,857$13,131,2212
10/7/20071270,736-48% 652,987$1,626,221$14,757,4423
10/21/20072536,774 536,774$12,318,963$12,318,9635
10/21/20071566,936 760,685$1,538,859$17,233,4195
10/28/20079162,729+143% 699,503$3,734,631$16,053,5946
10/28/20072959,121 819,806$1,359,192$18,592,6106
11/4/20071673,319+24% 772,822$1,682,671$17,736,2657
11/4/20072848,413 868,219$1,113,015$19,705,6257
11/11/20071978,221+62% 851,043$1,795,172$19,531,4378

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/10/20101218,765 18,765$375,113$375,1131
10/17/2010177,514-60% 26,279$183,489$558,6022

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