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Nine (2009)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $19,676,965Details
International Box Office $33,831,893Details
Worldwide Box Office $53,508,858
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $5,480,837 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $982,989 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $6,463,826
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  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 3,501-3,600) 3,516 $19,676,965
All Time International Box Office (Rank 2,001-2,100) 2,047 $33,831,893
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 2,401-2,500) 2,462 $53,508,858

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 18th, 2009 (Exclusive) by Weinstein Co.
December 25th, 2009 (Expands Wide) by Weinstein Co.
Video Release: May 4th, 2010 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For sexual content and smoking
Running Time: 118 minutes
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Source:Based on Musical or Opera
Genre:Musical
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Weiner Bros., Marc Platt Productions, Lucamar, Relativity Media
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day) 247 $5,452,513 Dec 25, 2009 10
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 334 $6,659,338 Dec 25, 2009 10
Theater Average Opening Weekend 77 $64,308 Dec 18, 2009 3
Top 2009 Theater Average 6 $64,308 Dec 18, 2009 3

Lead Ensemble Members

   Guido Contini
   Louisa
   Carla
   Lilli
   Stephanie
   Claudia
   Saraghina

Supporting Cast

Sophia Loren    Guido's Mother
Ricky Tognazzi    Dante
Giuseppe Cederna    Fausto
Valerio Mastandrea    De Rossi
Elio Germano    Pierpaolo
Martina Stella    Donatella
Roberto Nobile    Jaconelli
Andrea Di Stefano    Benito
Roberto Citran    Doctor Rondi
Sandro Dori    Studio Superintendent
Romina Caracini    Production Assistant
Alessandro Denipoti    Production Assistant
Antonio Fiore    Production Assistant
Erica Godhes    Production Assistant
Gianluca Frezzato    Production Assistant
Paola Zaccari    Production Assistant
Roberta Mastromichele    Roberta
Francisco de Vito    Radio Reporter
Francesca Fanti    Dinardo
Enzo Cilenti    Leopardi
Enzo Squillino, Jr.    Reporter
Michael Peluso    Reporter
Jonathan del Vecchio    Reporter
Jake Canuso    Reporter
Eliot Giuralarocca    Reporter
Tommaso Colognese    Reporter
Jennifer Iacono    Reporter
Vicky Lambert    Reporter
Lavinia Savignoni    Reporter
Damiano Bisozzi    Bellman
Marcello Magni    Doctor
Anna Maria Everett    Nurse
Remo Remotti    Cardinal
Michele Alhaique    Don Mario
Mark Bousie    'Folies' pianist
Giuseppe Spitaleri    Young Guido
Pietro Lais    Boy on the Beach
Samuele Minotti    Boy on the Beach
Francesco Manuel Pappalardo    Boy on the Beach
Pietro Revelli    Boy on the Beach
Gianluigi Tosti di Valminuta    Boy on the Beach
Massimiliano Belsito    Priest on the Beach
Roberto Sbraccia    Priest on the Beach
Mario Vernazza    Principal
Marco Liotti    Male Band Singer
Monica Scattini    Pensione Matron
Georgina Leonidas    Matron's Daughter
Vincent Riotta    Luigi
Shannon Belcastro    Film Crew
Jean Martin    Film Crew
Joey Pizzi    Film Crew
Kerry Warn    Film Crew
Eleonora Scopelliti    Screen Test Actress
Ilaria Cavola    Screen Test Actress
Alessia Piovan    Alessia
Giovanni Izzo    Man with Luisa
Giacomo Valdameri    Actor
Anna Safroncik    Actress

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Michael Tolkin    Screenwriter
Anthony Minghella    Screenwriter
Maury Yeston    Story Creator
Arthur Kopit    Story Creator
Mario Fratti    Story Creator
Marc Platt    Producer
Harvey Weinstein    Producer
John DeLuca    Producer
Rob Marshall    Producer
Ryan Kavanaugh    Executive Producer
Tucker Tooley    Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein    Executive Producer
Kelly Carmichael    Executive Producer
Michael Dreyer    Executive Producer
Dion Beebe    Director of Photography
John Myhre    Production Designer
Claire Simpson    Editor
Wyatt Smith    Editor
Colleen Atwood    Costume Designer
John DeLuca    Choreography
Rob Marshall    Choreography
Maury Yeston    Songs by
Andrea Guerra    Composer
Matthew Rush Sullivan*    Executive Music Producer
Paul Bogaev    Music Supervised and Conducted by
Doug Besterman    Orchestrator
Francine Maisler    Casting Director
Paul Edwards    Co-Producer
Arthur Kopit    Co-Executive Producer
Maury Yeston    Co-Executive Producer
Jodi Hurwitz    Associate Producer
Michael Zimmer    Associate Producer
Federico Foti    Line Producer
Martin Harrison    Assistant Director
Filippo Fassetta    Assistant Director
Tim Porter    Unit Production Manager
Alberto Sammarco    Unit Production Manager
Gary Birmingham    Production Supervisor
Joshua Berman    Production Supervisor
Simon Lamont    Supervising Art Director
Phil Harvey    Senior Art Director
Tomas Voth    Senior Art Director
John King    Additional Art Direction
Maurizio Leonardi    Art Director
Gordon Sim    Set Decorator
Damien Beebe    Second Unit Camera
Cheryl Beasley Blackwell    Costume Supervisor
Uliva Pizzetti    Costume Supervisor
Jim Greenhorn    Sound Mixer
Roberto Fernandez    Re-recording Mixer
Mike Prestwood Smith    Re-recording Mixer
Wylie Stateman    Supervising Sound Editor
Renée Tondelli    Supervising Sound Editor
Margit Pfeiffer    Sound Effects Editor
Toby Cohen    Sound Effects Editor
Harry Cohen    Sound Designer-Effects
Nancy Nugent Title    Dialogue Editor
Colin Ritchie    Dialogue Editor
Curt Sobel    Supervising Music Editor
Chris Benstead*    Music Editor
James Bellamy    Music Editor
Peter Swords King    Make-up and Hair Designer
Andy Bradford    Stunt Coordinator
Gary Connery    Stunt Coordinator
Steve Griffin    Stunt Coordinator
Stefano Maria Mioni*    Stunt Coordinator

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

DVD Sales: Avatar Still Sweet

May 17th, 2010

The best of the new releases couldn't place better than second, which meant Avatar remained on top of the DVD Sales Chart. This week it added $10.87 million from 581,000 units, giving it totals of 6.31 million units and $107.09 million. It is very close to overtaking New Moon for the top spot on the 2010 Yearly Chart. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 4th, 2010

May 5th, 2010

We are entering summer, which is a great time of year for the box office, but a terrible time for home market releases. According to Amazon.com, the best-selling release of the week is Saving Private Ryan on Blu-ray, which is also arguably the best release of the week. But I'm awarding the Puck of the Week to Murdoch Mysteries: Season 2, which is a rare Canadian TV-on-DVD release. More...

International Details: Just Another Week on the International Chart

March 28th, 2010

Just Another Pandora's Box started its international run in sixth place with $7.57 million on 417 screens in 2 markets. These two markets include Hong Kong, where it placed third with $333,000 on 33 screens. More...

International Details: Princess hits Regal Milestone

March 14th, 2010

The Princess and the Frog remained in sixth place with $5.18 million on 3019 screens in 35 markets for a total of $149.82 million internationally and $253.53 million worldwide. This past week it opened in Japan, struggling into fifth place with $1.02 million on 363 screens. Even with that disappointing result, it should do well enough on the home market to show a profit relatively soon. More...

Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Supporting Actress

March 5th, 2010

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Supporting Actress, which is not a very competitive category. More...

International Details: Oceans are Anything But Blue

February 8th, 2010

Oceans opened in its native France and that helped it climb into sixth place with $9.52 million on 888 screens in 4 markets for a total of $16.98 million. It earned third place in its native market with $5.39 million on 542 screens while it was down just 7% during its sophomore stint in Japan with $3.48 million on 303 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.81 million after two. More...

Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

February 2nd, 2010

Oscar nominations were announced at 5:38 this morning, continuing a tradition that have never been adequately explained to me. (Why so early in the morning? Does earning an Oscar nomination become sweeter if people have to wake you up to congratulate you?) Leading the way in nominations were Avatar and The Hurt Locker, both of which pick up nine nods each, many of them in the same categories. More...

International Details: Complicated in Sixth Place

January 31st, 2010

It's Complicated saw its weekend haul climb 16%, but it still fell out of the top five. It added $10.37 million over the weekend on 2,665 screens in 32 markets for a total of $50.92 million after a month of release. The film opened in third place in Germany with $2.40 million on 552 screens over the weekend and $2.74 million in total. Meanwhile in the U.K. it added $1.84 million on 431 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.72 million after three weeks of release. With debuts in Japan, South Korea, and Italy still ahead of it, it could reach $100 million internationally to go with its $100 million domestic total. More...

International Details - Lightning Strikes on the International Chart

January 10th, 2010

Black Lightning opened in sixth place internationally with $8.42 million on 798 screens in 5 markets. Those markets include Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The latest from Timur Bekmambetov debuted in second place in his native Russia behind Avatar with an estimated $8 million on 700 screens. More...

Imaginarium Tops the Per Theater Chart

January 5th, 2010

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus topped the per theater chart this weekend, based on reports from theaters in the United States. The film earned $128,000 in 4 theaters for an average of $31,909, which is roughly what it made last weekend. It is also playing in many more theaters in Canada, but numbers have not been reported from those locations, at least so far this week. The final figures may therefore, as last week, push the final average down considerably. Second place went to to Lovely Bones, which climbed more than 54% to an average of $21,559 in three theaters. This is excellent news for its planned expansion in a couple of weeks, assuming it doesn't fall by the same amount next week. White Ribbon opened next with an average of $19,949, also in three theaters. The overall number one film, Avatar, was just a fraction behind, earning an average of $19,789. At this point, we've nearly run out of superlatives to describe the film's box office run and it is far from over. Crazy Heart saw growth over the weekend, up 38% to an average of $18,416. 3 Idiots expanded somewhat and earned a very impressive average of $11,322 in 132 theaters. A Single Man returned to the $10,000 club with an average of $10,586 in 46 theaters. The final film in the $10,000 club was Sherlock Holmes, which fell sharply but still managed an average of $10,097. More...

And a Very, Very Happy New Year

January 4th, 2010

2010 continued the record-breaking ways of 2009 thanks to incredible holds by most films in the top ten. In fact, all but one film we talked about on Thursday topped expectations, sometimes by margins that are difficult to believe. Overall ticket sales were $220 million, which is 21% lower than last weekend, but a stunning 44% higher than last year. 2009 ended the year with an estimated total of $10.60 billion, which was more than 10% higher than last year's final tally, and almost $1 billion more than the previous record. Simply amazing. More...

Avatar Repeats its Win on the Per Theater Chart

December 29th, 2009

As it did on the overall chart, Avatar led the way on the per theater chart, earning an average of $21,880. Second place went to the overall second place film, Sherlock Holmes, which pulled in an average of $18,031. 3 Idiots did something most Bollywood films don't manage to do, namely top $10,000 on the per theater chart. Additionally, it was a wider release than most of its compadres, which makes this opening even more impressive. Crazy Heart expanded somewhat, but still remained strong with an average of $13,321 and this makes hitting milestones much more likely. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel was the third wide release to crack $10,000 with an average of $13,210. Finally we get to Lovely Bones, which is down to an estimated average of $12,667. This is roughly a third of its opening weekend average and it still hasn't expanded, which doesn't bode well. More...

Merry Christmas for All

December 28th, 2009

The final weekend of 2009 turned into a record-breaker with two massive new releases and a holdover that still managed to come out on top. Overall the box office pulled in an estimated $278 million over the weekend, which crushed the previous record for the biggest weekend by all movies combined. Additionally, this was 39% higher than the same weekend last year and pushed 2009's running tally to $10.38 billion. This is 9.2% higher than last year's pace and more than 7% more than the previous record, and there is another week left to go. More...

Investigating the New Releases

December 23rd, 2009

It's Christmas on Friday, but one new release got the jump on the competition on Wednesday night. With three wide releases and two movies expanding wide, or at least wide-ish, this weekend will be just as busy as it was last year. However, despite all of these new films, it looks like we could have a repeat on top as Avatar continues its strong run. Meanwhile, the 2009 box office running tally surpassed the $10 billion mark early on Tuesday. This is of course the first time the yearly box office total has hit eleven digits and there are more records remaining to be broken. More...

The Whole Nine Yards on the Per Theater Chart

December 22nd, 2009

Like last week, the number one film on the per theater chart managed that feat despite mixed reviews. This week it was Nine, which opened with an average of $64,308, but I am concerned about its ability to expand, especially if its word-of-mouth match its reviews. The number one film on the overall chart, Avatar, placed second with $22,313 while Crazy Heart was not that far behind with an average of $20,666. Up in the Air's expansion continues but it remained strong on the per theater chart with an average of $18,344 in 175 theaters. Finally, Lovely Bones saw its average plummet this weekend to $15,032, which is more than 60% lower than last weekend. Had this been accompanied by an expansion this wouldn't be an issue, but it is still playing in just three theaters. More...

Limited Releases get to the Heart of Awards Season

December 18th, 2009

Just a few limited releases on this week's list; however, all three have Awards Season aspirations, and all three have already picked up at least a one major nomination. That said, the usual caveats with regards to limited releases expanding wide still apply. Even though they have a lot of buzz, they have even more competition. More...

Awards Season: SAG Splits Up the Nominations

December 17th, 2009

The SAG nominations were announced this week, and the trend of the year continues with Up in the Air leading the way, but no one film dominating. This time around Up in the Air was in a three-way tie with Inglourious Basterds and Precious, which makes the race even more interesting. More...

Awards Season - Golden Globe Nominations are Up in the Air

December 16th, 2009

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations this week, but looking over the list of films chosen, it is hard to declare any one film as the big winner. Up in the Air did pick up six Golden Globe nominations, including several of the most prestigious nominations, but it is far from the only major player. More...

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December 1st, 2009

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2009/12/18 20 $257,232   4 $64,308   $257,232 1
2009/12/25 8 $5,452,513 +2,020% 1,412 $3,862   $5,830,605 2
2010/01/01 10 $3,901,203 -28% 1,412 $2,763   $13,745,976 3
2010/01/08 14 $1,614,900 -59% 1,060 $1,523   $16,837,027 4
2010/01/15 20 $581,564 -64% 422 $1,378   $18,148,487 5
2010/01/22 28 $309,438 -47% 235 $1,317   $18,847,607 6
2010/01/29 30 $208,672 -33% 220 $949   $19,201,508 7
2010/02/05 37 $101,539 -51% 182 $558   $19,414,933 8
2010/02/12 39 $43,374 -57% 81 $535   $19,524,654 9
2010/02/19 57 $21,193 -51% 50 $424   $19,574,941 10
2010/02/26 52 $42,252 +99% 125 $338   $19,628,665 11
2010/03/05 68 $9,552 -77% 46 $208   $19,664,021 12
2010/03/12 84 $3,161 -67% 14 $226   $19,673,424 13

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/12/18 - $86,229   4 $21,557   $86,229 1
2009/12/19 - $89,296 +4% 4 $22,324   $175,525 2
2009/12/20 - $81,707 -8% 4 $20,427   $257,232 3
2009/12/21 - $33,024 -60% 4 $8,256   $290,256 4
2009/12/22 - $28,286 -14% 4 $7,072   $318,542 5
2009/12/23 - $24,866 -12% 4 $6,217   $343,408 6
2009/12/24 - $34,664 +39% 4 $8,666   $378,072 7
2009/12/25 7 $2,030,047 +5,756% 1,412 $1,438   $2,408,119 8
2009/12/26 9 $1,887,053 -7% 1,412 $1,336   $4,295,172 9
2009/12/27 8 $1,535,413 -19% 1,412 $1,087   $5,830,585 10
2009/12/28 9 $1,096,605 -29% 1,412 $777   $6,927,190 11
2009/12/29 9 $1,027,338 -6% 1,412 $728   $7,954,528 12
2009/12/30 9 $1,013,095 -1% 1,412 $717   $8,967,623 13
2009/12/31 10 $877,130 -13% 1,412 $621   $9,844,753 14
2010/01/01 10 $1,459,195 +66% 1,412 $1,033   $11,303,968 15
2010/01/02 10 $1,558,613 +7% 1,412 $1,104   $12,862,581 16
2010/01/03 9 $883,395 -43% 1,412 $626   $13,745,976 17
2010/01/04 9 $364,665 -59% 1,412 $258   $14,110,641 18
2010/01/05 9 $414,330 +14% 1,412 $293   $14,524,971 19
2010/01/06 8 $368,581 -11% 1,412 $261   $14,893,552 20
2010/01/07 8 $328,575 -11% 1,412 $233   $15,222,127 21
2010/01/08 - $471,577 +44% 1,060 $445   $15,693,704 22
2010/01/09 - $681,357 +44% 1,060 $643   $16,375,061 23
2010/01/10 - $461,966 -32% 1,060 $436   $16,837,027 24
2010/01/11 12 $156,284 -66% 1,060 $147   $16,993,311 25
2010/01/12 12 $207,132 +33% 1,060 $195   $17,200,443 26
2010/01/13 11 $185,030 -11% 1,060 $175   $17,385,473 27
2010/01/14 11 $181,450 -2% 1,060 $171   $17,566,923 28
2010/01/15 - $158,640 -13% 422 $376   $17,725,563 29
2010/01/16 - $243,508 +53% 422 $577   $17,969,071 30
2010/01/17 - $179,416 -26% 422 $425   $18,148,487 31
2010/01/18 20 $142,677 -20% 422 $338   $18,291,164 32
2010/01/19 - $86,392 -39% 422 $205   $18,377,556 33
2010/01/20 - $80,539 -7% 422 $191   $18,458,095 34
2010/01/21 - $80,074 -1% 422 $190   $18,538,169 35
2010/01/22 - $87,320 +9% 235 $372   $18,625,489 36
2010/01/23 - $134,589 +54% 235 $573   $18,760,078 37
2010/01/24 - $87,529 -35% 235 $372   $18,847,607 38
2010/01/25 - $30,584 -65% 235 $130   $18,878,191 39
2010/01/26 - $42,082 +38% 235 $179   $18,920,273 40
2010/01/27 - $35,341 -16% 235 $150   $18,955,614 41
2010/01/28 - $37,222 +5% 235 $158   $18,992,836 42
2010/01/29 - $55,215 +48% 220 $251   $19,048,051 43
2010/01/30 - $92,456 +67% 220 $420   $19,140,507 44
2010/01/31 - $61,001 -34% 220 $277   $19,201,508 45
2010/02/01 - $23,972 -61% 220 $109   $19,225,480 46
2010/02/02 - $29,787 +24% 220 $135   $19,255,267 47
2010/02/03 - $28,046 -6% 220 $127   $19,283,313 48
2010/02/04 - $30,081 +7% 220 $137   $19,313,394 49
2010/02/05 - $30,173 n/c 182 $166   $19,343,567 50
2010/02/06 - $46,609 +54% 182 $256   $19,390,176 51
2010/02/07 - $24,757 -47% 182 $136   $19,414,933 52
2010/02/08 - $13,169 -47% 182 $72   $19,428,102 53
2010/02/09 - $17,741 +35% 182 $97   $19,445,843 54
2010/02/10 - $18,453 +4% 182 $101   $19,464,296 55
2010/02/11 - $16,984 -8% 182 $93   $19,481,280 56
2010/02/12 - $9,178 -46% 81 $113   $19,490,458 57
2010/02/13 - $17,609 +92% 81 $217   $19,508,067 58
2010/02/14 - $16,587 -6% 81 $205   $19,524,654 59
2010/02/15 41 $8,926 -46% 81 $110   $19,533,580 60
2010/02/16 - $6,828 -24% 81 $84   $19,540,408 61
2010/02/17 - $6,087 -11% 81 $75   $19,546,495 62
2010/02/18 - $7,253 +19% 81 $90   $19,553,748 63
2010/02/19 - $5,988 -17% 50 $120   $19,559,736 64
2010/02/20 - $9,014 +51% 50 $180   $19,568,750 65
2010/02/21 - $6,191 -31% 50 $124   $19,574,941 66
2010/02/22 - $2,579 -58% 50 $52   $19,577,520 67
2010/02/23 - $2,895 +12% 50 $58   $19,580,415 68
2010/02/24 - $2,959 +2% 50 $59   $19,583,374 69
2010/02/25 - $3,039 +3% 50 $61   $19,586,413 70
2010/02/26 - $12,083 +298% 125 $97   $19,598,496 71
2010/02/27 - $17,736 +47% 125 $142   $19,616,232 72
2010/02/28 - $12,433 -30% 125 $99   $19,628,665 73
2010/03/01 - $5,639 -55% 125 $45   $19,634,304 74
2010/03/02 - $6,677 +18% 125 $53   $19,640,981 75
2010/03/03 - $6,414 -4% 125 $51   $19,647,395 76
2010/03/04 - $7,074 +10% 125 $57   $19,654,469 77
2010/03/05 - $2,575 -64% 46 $56   $19,657,044 78
2010/03/06 - $4,365 +70% 46 $95   $19,661,409 79
2010/03/07 - $2,612 -40% 46 $57   $19,664,021 80
2010/03/08 - $1,476 -43% 46 $32   $19,665,497 81
2010/03/09 - $1,401 -5% 46 $30   $19,666,898 82
2010/03/10 - $1,154 -18% 46 $25   $19,668,052 83
2010/03/11 - $2,211 +92% 46 $48   $19,670,263 84

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2009/12/18 23 $378,092   4 $94,523   $378,092 1
2009/12/25 9 $9,466,681 +2,404% 1,412 $6,704   $9,844,773 2
2010/01/01 9 $5,377,354 -43% 1,412 $3,808   $15,222,127 3
2010/01/08 13 $2,344,796 -56% 1,060 $2,212   $17,566,923 4
2010/01/15 20 $971,246 -59% 422 $2,302   $18,538,169 5
2010/01/22 25 $454,667 -53% 235 $1,935   $18,992,836 6
2010/01/29 28 $320,558 -29% 220 $1,457   $19,313,394 7
2010/02/05 35 $167,886 -48% 182 $922   $19,481,280 8
2010/02/12 41 $72,468 -57% 81 $895   $19,553,748 9
2010/02/19 57 $32,665 -55% 50 $653   $19,586,413 10
2010/02/26 51 $68,056 +108% 125 $544   $19,654,469 11
2010/03/05 64 $15,794 -77% 46 $343   $19,670,263 12
2010/03/12 81 $6,702 -58% 14 $479   $19,676,965 13

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/9/2010874,256 74,256$1,335,865$1,335,8651
5/16/20101838,153-49% 112,409$686,372$2,022,2382
5/23/20102423,257-39% 135,666$438,394$2,460,6323

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/9/20101119,054 19,054$438,062$438,0621

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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.

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