Follow us on

P.S. I Love You (2007)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $53,695,808Details
International Box Office $102,073,870Details
Worldwide Box Office $155,769,678
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $32,861,505 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $32,861,505
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 21st, 2007 (Wide) by Warner Bros., released as P.S., I Love You
Video Release: May 6th, 2008 by Warner Home Video, released as P.S., I Love You
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual references and brief nudity
Running Time: 126 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Big Wedding
Create your own comparison chart…
Keywords: Romance
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Alcon Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $50m 1,246 $50,454,084 Jan 18, 2008 31
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 180 $7,834,467 Jan 4, 2008 17
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 246 $9,787,628 Jan 4, 2008 17
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day) 145 $9,289,337 Dec 28, 2007 10
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 204 $12,111,243 Dec 28, 2007 10

Leading Cast

   Holly
   Gerry

Supporting Cast

Lisa Kudrow    Denise
Harry Connick, Jr.    Daniel
Gina Gershon    Sharon
Jeffrey Dean Morgan    William
Kathy Bates    Patricia
James Marsters    John
Nellie McKay    Ciara
Dean Winters    Tom
Anne Kent    Rose Kennedy
Brian McGrath    Martin Kennedy
Sherie Rene Scott    Barbara
Susan Blackwell    Vicky
Michael Countryman    Ted
Roger Rathburn    Minister
Rita Gardner    Elderly Woman
Gayton Scott    Bridal Shop Tailor
Brian Munn    Patsy
Shepherd Frankel    Guy w/Clipboard
Richard Smith    Bouncer
Mike Doyle    Leprechaun
Don Sparks    Mailman
Caris Vujcec    Waitress
Alexandra McGuinness    Local Gal
Aonghus Og McAnally    Bartender
Ryan Canfield    Man
Christopher Whalen    Man
Timo Schnellinger    Man
Danny Calvert    Gay Man
Marcus Collins    Gay Man
James Cronin    Gay Man
Matthew Martin    Bar Patron
Mark McNutt    Bar Patron
Brocton Pierce    Bar Patron
Kevin Lee Witt    Bar Patron

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Richard LaGravenese    Screenwriter
Steven Rogers    Screenwriter
Cecelia Ahern    Story Creator
Wendy Finerman    Producer
Broderick Johnson    Producer
Andrew A. Kosove    Producer
Molly Smith    Producer
John H. Starke    Executive Producer
Lisa Zupan    Executive Producer
James Holland    Executive Producer
Donald A. Starr    Executive Producer
Daniel J.B. Taylor Daniel J.B. Taylor    Executive Producer
Terry Stacey    Director of Photography
Shepherd Frankel    Production Designer
David Moritz    Editor
Cindy Evans    Costume Designer
Mary Ramos    Music Supervisor
John Powell    Composer
James Flynn    Co-Producer
Morgan O'Sullivan    Co-Producer
Steven P. Wegner    Co-Producer
Julie Huntsinger    Associate Producer
H.H. Cooper    Assistant Director
John H. Starke    Unit Production Manager
Carol Moorhead    Production Manager
Douglas Huszti    Art Director
Suzy Cullen    Art Director
Alyssa Winter    Set Decorator
Fiona Daly    Set Decorator
Lynne Maureen Curtis    Costume Supervisor
Sue Wain    Costume Supervisor
James J. Sabat    Sound Mixer
Kieron Horgan    Sound Mixer
Marc Fishman    Re-recording Mixer
Tony Lamberti    Re-recording Mixer
Mark Stoeckinger    Supervising Sound Editor
Kerry Dean Williams    Supervising Sound Editor
Victor Ray Ennis    Supervising Sound Editor
Scott Wolf    Sound Effects Editor
Tim Walston    Sound Effects Editor
Alan Rankin    Sound Effects Editor
Paul Carden    Dialogue Editor
Laura Harris    Dialogue Editor
Carl Kaller    Music Editor
Nicki Ledermann    Make up
Angel De Angelis    Hairstylist
John Ashton Thomas    Additional Music
Frank Moiselle    Casting Director
George Aguilar    Stunt Coordinator
Donal O'Farrell    Stunt Coordinator

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

DVD Rentals - Rambo Fights to the Top

June 10th, 2008

There were more new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental charts, including Rambo, which was the new number one rental with $8.55 million in revenue. However, that was the only new release in the top five. More...

DVD Rentals - National Finds Treasure

June 1st, 2008

There were not many new releases to chart this week, but one of them, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, took first place with $8.66 million in rentals. More...

DVD Rentals - New Releases Go Mad

May 28th, 2008

Mad Money was one of three new releases to reach the top five on the rental chart this week. In fact, it led all releases with $7.33 million and should have little trouble matching its theatrical total before long. More...

DVD Releases for May 27, 2008

May 27th, 2008

There's a small section of big-name first run releases this week, but that doesn't mean there's little to buy. In fact, there are several DVDs that were contenders for DVD Pick of the week including some TV on DVD releases (Absolutely Fabulous - Absolutely Everything - Buy from Amazon and Degrassi The Next Generation - Season 6 - Buy from Amazon), classic cinema (The Thief of Bagdad - Criterion Collection - Buy from Amazon), foreign cinema (Come Drink With Me - Buy from Amazon and Heroes of the East - Buy from Amazon), as well as a collection of short films (The H.P. Lovecraft Collection - Volume 1 - Cool Air, Volume 2 - Dreams of Cthulhu, Volume 3 - Out of Mind, and Volume 4 - Pickman's Model). It would be nearly impossible to name just one of these releases as the DVD Pick of the Week, but The Thief of Bagdad - Criterion Collection - Buy from Amazon would likely please the most people. More...

DVD Sales - In Love with New Releases

May 20th, 2008

There were more than half a dozen new releases to chart this week, including to top two sellers, although none of them were particularly strong sellers. P.S., I Love You led the way with sales of $11.88 million from 743,000 units while First Sunday placed second with 468,000 units sold and opening week revenue of $7.94 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Love Comes First

May 20th, 2008

P.S., I Love You led the new releases and the overall rental chart with $7.16 million during its opening week. More...

DVD Releases for May 6, 2008

May 6th, 2008

A slow week for top-of-the-line releases and there are no first-run, wide releases that look even remotely interesting enough to buy. There are a few limited releases and older releases to fill the gap. It was also a slow week for spotlight reviews, but that gave me a chance to completely catch up to all the screeners that arrived late. ... That is until the next batch of late arrivals show up. As for the best of the best, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead - Buy from Amazon is high on that list, except technically it was released a couple of weeks ago. Teeth - Buy from Amazon also impressed, but the extras are a little too light. For the DVD Pick of the Week, I'm going with The Passion of Greg the Bunny: Best of the Film Parodies - Volume 2. More...

International Details - International Auds Meet the Spartans

March 9th, 2008

Meet the Spartans made its first major push into the international market this past weekend earning sixth place with $7.94 million on 1653 screens in 14 markets for an early total of $12.90 million. Its biggest opening came in Germany where it scored second place with $3.01 million on 304 screens, however, it earned first place in both Mexico with $1.35 million on 543 screens and in Australia with $1.29 million on 211 screens. On the other hand, it fell by 59% during its second weekend in Russia pulling in $526,000 on 275 screens over the weekend for a total of $2.27 million after two. More...

International Details - Juno Heads North

March 2nd, 2008

Juno nearly climbed into the top five with $7.08 million on 1745 screens in 25 markets for a total of $39.17 million. This includes a surprise first place opening in Brazil with $808,000 on 146 screens over the weekend and $1.26 million in total. On the other hand, it struggled in South Korea with $222,000 on 203 screens over the weekend and $283,000 in total. As for holdovers, the film was down just 7% in Mexico to $454,000 on 150 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $1.37 million while it added $2.11 million on 368 screens in the U.K. for a total of $13.41 million there. More...

International Details - Rambo Charges for the Top

February 24th, 2008

Rambo climbed five spots just missing the top five with $6.96 million on 1989 screens in 25 markets for a total of $25.63 million. The film opened in second place in Germany with $2.78 million 405 screens while it managed third in Mexico with $704,000 on 300. Next up is the U.K., Australia, and Italy, where it opens this weekend, while it enters South Korea next weekend. More...

International Details - Juno Jumps Up the Charts

February 17th, 2008

Thanks to an opening in the U.K., Juno shoot up the charts nearly reaching the top five with $8.28 million on 1111 screens in 15 markets for a still early total $17.15 million. In the U.K. the film placed second with $3.91 million on 363 screens, but had the best per screen average in the top 10 there. It also opened in France scoring sixth place with $1.22 million on 149 screens, which gave it the second best per screen average in the top ten there. Meanwhile in Spain the film grew by 5% to $1.03 million on 170 screens over the weekend and a total of $2.34 million after two. More...

International Details - Still Treasured

February 10th, 2008

National Treasure: The Book of Secrets slipped out of the top five, again, earning $6.94 million on 2702 screens in 34 markets for a total of $169.62 million. This includes a first place finish in Germany with $3.42 million on 641 screens for a total of $10.03 million after two there. The film opens in the U.K. this weekend and should have little trouble reaching $200 million before long. More...

International Details - That's Amore!

February 4th, 2008

The Italian movie, Scusa Ma Ti Chiamo Amore, opened in first place in Italy with $7.55 million on 491 screens, which was more than double its nearest competition. More...

International Top Five - Smith's Legend Grows

January 24th, 2008

I Am Legend has become the third film in Will Smith's career to top $500 million worldwide, which is a very impressive milestone. It was able to reach that mark in part thanks to the film's first place finish on the international charts with $28.12 million on 5,369 screens in 49 markets and now has $260.89 million. The film opened in first place in Mexico with $4.10 million on 450 screens and in Brazil with $2.81 million on 423 screens. In the latter, it earned more than the rest of the top five combined, while in the former it earned more than the top ten combined. While those were impressive starts, the film's best market of the weekend was Germany where it remained in first place with $5.12 million on 717 screens for a total of $17.68 million while in Italy it added $4.26 million on 506 screens for a total of $15.24 million. I Am Legend has yet to open in Russia and a few other markets and should have little trouble hitting $300 million before long. More...

International Details - Some Enchanted Weekend

January 20th, 2008

Enchanted fell out of the top five but still had a very impressive weekend box office adding $8.12 million on 4348 screens in 43 markets for a total of $151.50 million. This includes a fifth place opening in South Korea where the film earned $1.08 million on 322 screens over the weekend and $1.34 million in total. Meanwhile it also earned fifth place in the U.K. with $1.59 million on 472 screens over the weekend for a total of $29.46 million after a month of release. Its chances at $200 million internationally depend heavily on its run in Japan staring mid-March, but $300 million worldwide is all but assured now. More...

International Details - Bee Strong Overseas

January 13th, 2008

Bee Movie slipped to sixth place this weekend with $14.34 million on 4820 screens in 49 markets for a total of $131.97 million. This includes a first place opening in South Korea where it earned $1.96 million on 334 screens over the weekend and $2.30 million in total, but this is not a particularly strong start. More...

International Details - Requiem has Strong Start

January 6th, 2008

Alien vs. Predator: Requiem opened in sixth place internationally with $16.43 million on 1877 screens in 20 markets. The film opened in second place in Germany with an impressive $4.64 million on 553 screens, while it debuted in fourth place in Australia with $1.86 million on just 182 screens over the weekend and $2.95 million since Boxing Day. More...

Treasure Tarnished but is Still Golden

January 2nd, 2008

2007 ended on a high note. Whole not every film was able to meet expectations, there was a trio of films that hit milestones, either just before the weekend, on the weekend, or just after the weekend ended. Overall the box office added $186 million over the weekend, which was up 16% from last weekend. More importantly, it was up 15% from the same weekend last year given 2007 a total box office of $9.68 billion, which was 4% more than 2006 and 2% more than 2004's record. Ticket sales, on the other hand, was flat down less than 0.1% from last year and this is the fourth down year out of five for this vital stat. More...

Trying to End on a High

December 28th, 2007

It's the final weekend of 2007 and, like most years, there are no wide releases to deal with. However, there are three films that opened wide on Christmas Day, as well as five films from the weekend, and two others from the weekend before that. All in all, there's plenty to discuss. More...

Box Office Treasure over Christmas

December 27th, 2007

Over five days, 8 wide releases debuted in theaters, which is an insane amount of competition. It comes as no surprise that only a couple excelled while almost half failed to find a real audience. Overall the three-day weekend brought in $160 million, which is within a rounding error of last weekend. Comparing it to last year, on the other hand, is moot since December 24th landed on the weekend, and it is one of the worst days at the box office. Without that issue, 2007 was up by 34% from 2006, but that is a misleading number. More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of December 21, 2007

December 22nd, 2007

There's a big list of wide releases this week and that means there is a big list of big sites. There are three that stand out, but only one, National Treasure: Book of Secrets - Official Site, that can be given the Weekly Website Award. More...

A Treasure-trove of Wide Releases

December 20th, 2007

The weekend before Christmas sees five films opening in wide release, by varying degrees. We have has a record-setting holdover and a surprisingly strong kids film to deal with, not to mention the three films opening on Christmas day. This will make for a very, very crowded marketplace and it is hard to imagine all films earning a place with moviegoers. However, figuring out which films will be squeezed out is very difficult. More...

2007 Preview: December

December 1st, 2007

It's been a while since we went into the final month of the year on such a down note. Since mid-September the box office has been down on a year-to-year comparison every weekend but two. There is some good news, including a competitive Oscar race and a strong group of films aiming for box office glory. While there are no films that appear to be heading for the monster hits territory, there are also no films that look like outright bombs. (Although a couple would be there if it weren't for the holidays.) Every week at least one Oscar contender and one box office giant are being released. This means that every weekend there is at least one film that should hit $100 million, or more. If five or more can reach that milestone, 2007 will set the record for most $100 million films in a year. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 16 - September 22, 2007

September 22nd, 2007

Not a long list this week, but at least we had a clear winner for the Weekly Website Award, Resident Evil: Extinction - Official Site. IN the coming weeks we should see some big sites launch as award season starts to heat up. More...

Cast Updates - September 6, 2007

September 6th, 2007

This week's round of new casting information contains updates for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Valkyrie, the Love Guru, and more! More...

Movie Website Updates for August 19 - August 25, 2007

August 25th, 2007

After a few busy weeks in a row, there was a total collapse in the number of sites on this week's list. Not only are there only a couple dozen sites this week, nearly half of them are films that are coming out this week and most of those had no updates to report. This leaves us with no sites that are award-worthy, and precious few that have to potential to make it there in the coming weeks. More...

New Movie US Release Dates - May 6, 2007

May 6th, 2007

This week's round of new movie release information contains release dates for Fido, Shine a Light, Wild West Comedy Show and more. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2007/12/21 6 $6,481,221   2,454 $2,641   $6,481,221 1
2007/12/28 7 $9,289,337 +43% 2,464 $3,770   $23,586,893 2
2008/01/04 7 $7,834,467 -16% 2,471 $3,171   $39,202,724 3
2008/01/11 8 $4,827,212 -38% 2,323 $2,078   $46,830,324 4
2008/01/18 16 $1,963,423 -59% 1,626 $1,208   $50,454,084 5
2008/01/25 25 $585,453 -70% 577 $1,015   $51,972,231 6
2008/02/01 32 $292,153 -50% 330 $885   $52,497,382 7
2008/02/08 32 $349,772 +20% 505 $693   $52,966,681 8
2008/02/15 33 $214,418 -39% 365 $587   $53,342,084 9
2008/02/22 43 $104,959 -51% 240 $437   $53,535,019 10
2008/02/29 52 $51,989 -50% 138 $377   $53,627,065 11
2008/03/07 60 $31,937 -39% 60 $532   $53,680,848 12

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/12/21 6 $2,378,608   2,454 $969   $2,378,608 1
2007/12/22 6 $2,173,737 -9% 2,454 $886   $4,552,345 2
2007/12/23 6 $1,928,876 -11% 2,454 $786   $6,481,221 3
2007/12/24 8 $717,010 -63% 2,454 $292   $7,198,231 4
2007/12/25 8 $2,850,118 +298% 2,454 $1,161   $10,048,349 5
2007/12/26 9 $2,541,976 -11% 2,454 $1,036   $12,590,325 6
2007/12/27 8 $2,472,112 -3% 2,454 $1,007   $14,297,556 7
2007/12/28 8 $3,033,285 +23% 2,464 $1,231   $17,330,841 8
2007/12/29 7 $3,272,890 +8% 2,464 $1,328   $20,603,731 9
2007/12/30 7 $2,983,162 -9% 2,464 $1,211   $23,586,893 10
2007/12/31 7 $1,703,228 -43% 2,464 $691   $25,290,121 11
2008/01/01 7 $2,611,441 +53% 2,464 $1,060   $27,901,562 12
2008/01/02 5 $1,764,246 -32% 2,464 $716   $29,665,808 13
2008/01/03 5 $1,702,449 -4% 2,464 $691   $31,368,257 14
2008/01/04 6 $2,613,210 +53% 2,471 $1,058   $33,981,467 15
2008/01/05 7 $3,268,126 +25% 2,471 $1,323   $37,249,593 16
2008/01/06 7 $1,953,131 -40% 2,471 $790   $39,202,724 17
2008/01/07 5 $664,299 -66% 2,471 $269   $39,867,023 18
2008/01/08 4 $737,358 +11% 2,471 $298   $40,604,381 19
2008/01/09 4 $714,335 -3% 2,471 $289   $41,318,716 20
2008/01/10 4 $684,396 -4% 2,471 $277   $42,003,112 21
2008/01/11 8 $1,625,591 +138% 2,323 $700   $43,628,703 22
2008/01/12 8 $2,081,037 +28% 2,323 $896   $45,709,740 23
2008/01/13 9 $1,120,584 -46% 2,323 $482   $46,830,324 24
2008/01/14 8 $382,456 -66% 2,323 $165   $47,212,780 25
2008/01/15 7 $427,419 +12% 2,323 $184   $47,640,199 26
2008/01/16 7 $413,312 -3% 2,323 $178   $48,053,511 27
2008/01/17 7 $437,150 +6% 2,323 $188   $48,490,661 28
2008/01/21 18 $396,271   1,626 $244   $50,850,355 32
2008/01/22 - $173,938 -56% 1,626 $107   $51,024,293 33
2008/01/23 - $171,336 -1% 1,626 $105   $51,195,629 34
2008/01/24 - $192,149 +12% 1,626 $118   $51,387,778 35
2008/01/25 - $186,636 -3% 577 $323   $51,574,414 36
2008/01/26 - $256,673 +38% 577 $445   $51,831,087 37
2008/01/27 - $142,144 -45% 577 $246   $51,973,231 38
2008/01/28 - $52,379 -63% 577 $91   $52,025,610 39
2008/01/29 - $61,326 +17% 577 $106   $52,086,936 40
2008/01/30 - $57,841 -6% 577 $100   $52,144,777 41
2008/01/31 - $61,452 +6% 577 $107   $52,206,229 42
2008/02/01 - $94,289 +53% 330 $286   $52,300,518 43
2008/02/02 - $139,654 +48% 330 $423   $52,440,172 44
2008/02/03 - $58,210 -58% 330 $176   $52,498,382 45
2008/02/04 - $26,295 -55% 330 $80   $52,524,677 46
2008/02/05 - $29,961 +14% 330 $91   $52,554,638 47
2008/02/06 - $28,411 -5% 330 $86   $52,583,049 48
2008/02/07 - $34,860 +23% 330 $106   $52,617,909 49
2008/02/08 - $109,337 +214% 505 $217   $52,727,246 50
2008/02/09 - $156,207 +43% 505 $309   $52,883,453 51
2008/02/10 - $84,228 -46% 505 $167   $52,967,681 52
2008/02/11 - $31,417 -63% 505 $62   $52,999,098 53
2008/02/12 - $31,515 n/c 505 $62   $53,030,613 54
2008/02/13 - $32,831 +4% 505 $65   $53,063,444 55
2008/02/14 - $65,222 +99% 505 $129   $53,128,666 56
2008/02/15 - $66,502 +2% 365 $182   $53,195,168 57
2008/02/16 - $85,757 +29% 365 $235   $53,280,925 58
2008/02/17 - $62,159 -28% 365 $170   $53,343,084 59
2008/02/18 35 $36,611 -41% 365 $100   $53,379,695 60
2008/02/19 - $18,183 -50% 365 $50   $53,397,878 61
2008/02/20 - $15,651 -14% 365 $43   $53,413,529 62
2008/02/21 - $17,531 +12% 365 $48   $53,431,060 63
2008/02/22 - $34,573 +97% 240 $144   $53,465,633 64
2008/02/23 - $47,443 +37% 240 $198   $53,513,076 65
2008/02/24 - $22,943 -52% 240 $96   $53,536,019 66
2008/02/25 - $8,990 -61% 240 $37   $53,545,009 67
2008/02/26 - $9,789 +9% 240 $41   $53,554,798 68
2008/02/27 - $10,322 +5% 240 $43   $53,565,120 69
2008/02/28 - $10,956 +6% 240 $46   $53,576,076 70
2008/02/29 - $16,759 +53% 138 $121   $53,592,835 71
2008/03/01 - $22,535 +34% 138 $163   $53,615,370 72
2008/03/02 - $12,695 -44% 138 $92   $53,628,065 73
2008/03/03 - $5,139 -60% 138 $37   $53,633,204 74
2008/03/04 - $5,310 +3% 138 $38   $53,638,514 75
2008/03/05 - $4,949 -7% 138 $36   $53,643,463 76
2008/03/06 - $6,448 +30% 138 $47   $53,649,911 77

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2007/12/21 7 $14,297,556   2,454 $5,826   $14,297,556 1
2007/12/28 6 $17,070,701 +19% 2,464 $6,928   $31,368,257 2
2008/01/04 7 $10,634,855 -38% 2,471 $4,304   $42,003,112 3
2008/01/11 8 $6,487,549 -39% 2,323 $2,793   $48,490,661 4
2008/01/18 16 $2,896,117 -55% 1,626 $1,781   $51,386,778 5
2008/01/25 24 $818,451 -72% 577 $1,418   $52,205,229 6
2008/02/01 33 $411,680 -50% 330 $1,248   $52,616,909 7
2008/02/08 32 $510,757 +24% 505 $1,011   $53,127,666 8
2008/02/15 34 $302,394 -41% 365 $828   $53,430,060 9
2008/02/22 43 $145,016 -52% 240 $604   $53,575,076 10
2008/02/29 56 $73,835 -49% 138 $535   $53,648,911 11
2008/03/07 61 $46,897 -36% 60 $782   $53,695,808 12

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/11/20081751,832 751,832$12,021,794$12,021,7941
5/18/20086247,304-67% 999,136$4,078,043$16,099,8372
5/25/20081195,995-61% 1,095,131$1,582,958$17,682,7943
6/1/2008969,254-28% 1,164,385$1,107,371$18,790,1664
6/8/20081557,352-17% 1,221,737$917,058$19,707,2245
6/15/20082741,198-28% 1,262,935$703,662$20,410,8866
6/22/20082437,877-8% 1,300,812$616,638$21,027,5247
10/19/20081929,978 1,493,974$449,370$24,267,48624
2/15/20091977,515 1,650,292$1,161,950$26,571,21741
11/29/200928178,304 1,859,448$1,725,983$28,606,75582

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.


ProductionNext