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DVD Sales: Harry Potter And The Half-Sales Prince; DVDs Declining

January 12, 2010

Well, The-Numbers DVD Sales Chart is still running behind schedule, but there is a new chart to view this week, for the frame ending on December 13th.  Considering that this week should have been prime time for holiday shopping, there’s just no way to look at these results and not be at least a little bit disappointed.  The harsh reality is that, the DVD industry, just like the CD industry, is on the decline.  Look at the image to the left, from the Wall Street Journal, to see what I mean.  Studios continue to claim that Blu-Ray sales are offseting DVD Sales decreases, but that’s not really the case.  On the whole, less people are buying DVDs, and that is certainly appraent in this week’s DVD Sales Chart.  You can read on to see the full chart, along with my slightly depressing DVD Sales Notes:

DVD Sales Notes:

Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince certainly took off on the home market, but the speed that it left shelves was more along the lines of a Nimbus 2000 than a Firebolt.  Half Blood Prince sold 4.2 million copies in its first week, good for $49 million in revenue.  That number seems fine until you realize that the last installment of this franchise, Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix, which opened on this same week in 2007, sold 6.9 million copies in its first week, earning $143.4 million.  Clearly, both sales and prices have declined drastically since then.
-Second and third place went to two movies that earned just under $100 million during their theatrical releases.  The Meryl Streep and Amy Adams cooking feature Julie And Julia earned a solid $94 million in theaters, and it earned a similarly solid $16.7 million in its first week on the home market.  Meanwhile, the Johnny Depp old-school-gangster piece Public Enemies, which grossed $97 million at the box office, found $15.5 million worth of DVD revenue.
-There are so many possible puns for the movies in 5th and 6th place, but I’ll try not to overdo it.  Up went up 2% this week, and Star Trek beamed up 3%.  The hot air balloon feature and the space shuttle picture both lifted off this week, selling over 500,000 units in their 5th and 4th weeks, respectively.  Up has reached a sky-high $121 million total, while Star Trek has found a not quite out of this world $76.8 million.
-The TV-on-DVD performer of the week is Lost – The Complete 5th Season.  With 451,459 units sold, the ABC drama came in 7th place, but with $16.5 million earned, the ridiculously awesome television series came in 3rd in terms of total revenue.  That makes me feel good.  I love LOST
-Kiddie movies and Christmas movies thrive at this time of year, as parents look for family-friendly stocking stuffers for their children.  That explains the reappearance of movies like Hannah Montana The Movie and It’s A Wonderful Life.  Check out the full chart below:
DVD Sales Chart For The Week Ending December 13, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Che Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 4,199,622 -.-% 4,199,622 $49,038,566 $49,038,566 1
2 Julie And Julia 983,131 -.-% 983,131 $16,742,721 $16,742,721 1
3 Public Enemies 884,440 -.-% 884,440 $15,463,372 $15,463,372 1
4 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian 627,004 -61.5% 2,256,708 $10,454,038 $27,317,074 2
5 Up 527,053 2.2% 7,141,269 $9,881,137 $121,248,761 5
6 Star Trek 505,214 3.0% 5,292,868 $8,044,624 $76,799,943 4
7 Lost – The Complete Fifth Season 451,459 -.-% 451,459 $16,550,397 $16,550,397 1
8 Terminator Salvation 353,608 -64.9% 1,362,395 $5,654,192 $15,731,974 2
9 Santa Buddies 285,994 -34.4% 1,693,062 $5,550,543 $29,458,409 3
10 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 273,395 44.0% 8,801,439 $6,011,956 $197,164,619 8
11 The Ugly Truth 241,607 157.4% 1,491,887 $3,621,689 $23,845,237 5
12 Angels And Demons 211,661 -40.1% 1,391,793 $3,824,799 $22,082,111 3
13 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 210,821 44.2% 4,522,108 $3,443,930 $76,522,006 7
14 Four Christmases 196,542 -27.5% 1,181,962 $3,693,024 $18,228,545 3
15 A Christmas Story 176,804 85.1% $1,785,013 481
16 G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra 176,384 10.8% 3,905,998 $2,791,594 $62,857,838 6
17 The Original Television Christmas Classics 161,265 28.8% $3,223,687 274
18 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 156,646 58.4% $1,759,996 630
19 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 149,087 -33.5% $2,510,073 427
20 The Proposal 146,567 -6.6% 4,360,385 $2,228,859 $71,090,936 9
21 How the Grinch Stole Christmas 144,047 -.-% $1,712,719 421
22 Hannah Montana The Movie 139,933 -.-% 3,189,925 $2,517,395 $54,125,422 17
23 Elf 137,748 91.2% $1,183,255 265
24 Twilight 131,578 -15.2% 9,967,919 $2,862,150 $181,028,196 38
25 It’s a Wonderful Life – 60th Anniversary Edition 128,508 -.-% 1,347,468 $1,849,230 $19,119,577 163
26 Monsters vs. Aliens 121,949 51.8% 4,633,877 $1,812,699 $76,746,361 11
27 My Sister’s Keeper 119,018 79.9% 908,021 $2,355,366 $14,524,912 4
28 Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 102,989 -15.4% 2,951,541 $1,605,599 $46,607,587 7
29 Funny People 94,191 -8.3% 392,755 $1,953,945 $7,514,074 3
30 Barbie and the Three Musketeers 67,379 -.-% 930,472 $841,564 $13,329,776 13

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DVD Sales: Star Trek On Top Last Week; Some Old Chart Corrections, This Week’s Chart?

December 8, 2009

Alright, there’s quite a bit to go over this week in DVD Sales.  First off, I spoke with Bruce Nash of The-Numbers, who is an amazing analyst that works hard to put together the DVD Sales Chart each week.  I use his figures, and I never want anyone to forget about the hard work that he does.  I spoke to him because of a discrepancy in the DVD Sales Chart for the week that ended November 15th, when Up topped the charts.  He told me that there was an error in The Numbers’ calculations, and the chart was re-posted with different numbers that had originally been reported.  I’ve posted the revised Nov. 15th chart at the bottom of this post.  Also, the holidays caused a major delay with last week’s chart, for the week ending November 22nd, when Star Trek was the top seller.  Thus, we’re still a week behind, and while I’m trying to sort out all the confusion, I’m going to have to skip my DVD Sales Notes and just give you the two charts.  Obviously, this invalidates last week’s Blu-Ray Sales Chart as well, so I’ll maybe modify that, or maybe restart from scratch.  I’ll keep you posted on this week’s chart, but check out the two accurate ones below:

Top Selling DVDs For The Week Ending November 22, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Chg Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 Star Trek 3,583,259 -.-% 3,583,259 $53,002,492 $53,002,492 1
2 Up 906,565 -77.2% 4,876,357 $17,823,521 $83,880,860 2
3 My Sister’s Keeper 508,464 -.-% 508,464 $8,201,524 $8,201,524 1
4 BrĂ¼no 405,267 -.-% 405,267 $6,536,957 $6,536,957 1
5 Twilight 321,856 130.9% 9,535,382 $6,280,086 $172,465,485 35
6 G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra 254,770 -58.2% 3,475,441 $4,278,607 $56,292,444 3
7 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 246,170 -35.7% 8,215,830 $5,167,108 $184,599,291 5
8 The Ugly Truth 239,362 -71.6% 1,080,958 $4,236,707 $17,685,411 2
9 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 176,655 -53.5% 4,067,093 $2,783,906 $69,209,173 4
10 Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 161,247 -36.0% 2,584,450 $2,417,093 $41,164,109 4
11 The Proposal 122,547 -22.6% 3,884,819 $1,999,832 $64,467,454 6
12 It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas 122,189 -.-% 122,189 $2,320,369 $2,320,369 1
13 Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Fifth Season 101,406 -.-% 642,972 $2,411,435 $22,079,926 10
14 Polar Express, The 84,207 -33.5% $757,021 204
15 The Taking of Pelham 123 82,415 -60.4% 1,236,653 $1,317,816 $19,081,539 3
16 Monsters vs. Aliens 78,832 -30.6% 4,085,172 $1,095,032 $70,312,134 8
17 Hannah Montana The Movie 66,290 1.2% 2,985,460 $927,397 $50,663,318 14
18 How the Grinch Stole Christmas 64,140 0.4% $899,429 418
19 Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season 63,065 -.-% 427,183 $1,197,604 $14,417,136 13
20 Original Television Christmas Classics, The 59,124 -.-% $1,270,575 271
21 Aliens in the Attic 56,257 -27.7% 449,820 $1,028,378 $7,519,390 3
22 Fight Club 49,807 -.-% $1,244,677 494
23 Orphan 44,694 -18.4% 528,382 $759,351 $9,460,898 4
24 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 39,416 -43.3% 4,063,277 $579,805 $68,470,302 10
25 Land of the Lost 36,191 -64.8% 946,881 $521,874 $14,903,326 6
26 The Wizard of Oz 30,139 -.-% $520,265 661
27 Gone with the Wind 28,666 -.-% $720,090 578
28 Mickey’s Magical Christmas 27,384 -54.3% $410,486 420
29 Dr. Seuss – Green Eggs and Ham and Other Favorites 26,536 -.-% $265,095 320
30 Coraline 24,853 -.-% 2,158,758 $406,876 $39,262,749 18

Top Selling DVDs For The Week Ending November 15, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Chg Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 Up 3,969,792 -.-% 3,969,792 $66,057,339 $66,057,339 1
2 The Ugly Truth 841,596 -.-% 841,596 $13,448,704 $13,448,704 1
3 G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra 608,966 -76.7% 3,220,671 $9,834,801 $52,013,837 2
4 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 382,688 -53.0% 7,969,660 $8,223,965 $179,432,183 4
5 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 380,306 -62.1% 3,890,438 $6,758,038 $66,425,267 3
6 Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 252,082 -61.5% 2,423,203 $4,030,791 $38,747,016 3
7 The Taking of Pelham 123 208,017 -78.0% 1,154,238 $3,201,382 $17,763,723 2
8 The Proposal 158,395 -44.4% 3,762,272 $2,733,898 $62,467,621 5
9 Twilight 139,395 -7.4% 9,213,526 $2,727,960 $166,185,399 34
10 Polar Express, The 126,636 39.7% $1,138,458 203
11 Monsters vs. Aliens 113,536 -28.4% 4,006,340 $1,531,601 $69,217,102 7
12 Land of the Lost 102,818 -5.4% 910,690 $1,181,379 $14,381,451 5
13 Aliens in the Attic 77,808 -75.4% 393,563 $1,366,308 $6,491,012 2
14 Peanuts Holiday Collection 73,441 -.-% $1,688,409 479
15 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 69,471 -27.1% 4,023,861 $1,064,296 $67,890,497 9
16 Tale of Despereaux, The 67,486 -.-% 1,384,441 $1,011,615 $23,343,403 32
17 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 67,089 -.-% $841,296 626
18 Hannah Montana The Movie 65,502 -35.0% 2,919,170 $981,875 $49,735,921 13
19 How the Grinch Stole Christmas 63,914 -.-% $798,286 417
20 Mickey’s Magical Christmas 59,944 -26.2% $958,505 419
21 Orphan 54,783 -61.4% 483,688 $985,546 $8,701,547 3
22 I Love You, Beth Cooper 52,401 -59.1% 180,375 $1,002,431 $3,176,709 2
23 Edward Scissorhands 44,488 -54.8% $462,724 480
24 My One and Only 40,889 -.-% 40,889 $694,704 $694,704 1
25 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Complete Season One 40,095 -75.1% 201,237 $1,202,449 $6,035,098 2
26 Dark Knight, The 38,090 -10.7% 12,998,694 $380,519 $224,403,516 49
27 Battlestar Galactica: The Plan 32,949 -61.2% 297,598 $623,066 $5,627,578 3
28 Watchmen 25,725 -.-% 2,291,602 $731,105 $48,465,819 17
29 My Life in Ruins 20,954 -.-% 279,539 $418,870 $5,587,985 6
30 Legend of the Seeker: The Complete First Season 19,864 -.-% 161,602 $580,029 $5,135,308 5

DVD Sales: G.I. Joe Shoots To The Top Of The Chart

November 18, 2009

Finally!  The paper from Hell is done, and I have a life again!  Until Monday, when another paper is due…ugh,  But don’t let me sit here and whine my whole day away- it’s time to get back to what I do best- being a numbers-obsessed blogger!  This week, for about the fifth week running now, we’ve had a new DVD earn about $40 million, and these figures should stay strong through holiday season.  This week, G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra topped the DVD Sales Chart, which you can see in full, along with my DVD Sales Notes, below.

DVD Sales Notes

G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra, known mostly as a movie that blew stuff up every five seconds, blew up on the DVD Sales Chart this week, selling 2.5 million copies for $41 million in sales.  This is a really great result for an action movie that made $150 million in theaters, and $300 million worldwide.  With strong DVD sales like this, Paramount may just be convincing me that greenlighting a sequel for this wasn’t a terrible idea.

-What does this say about me?  The Taking Of Pelham 123, which starred John Travolta and Denzel Washington, grossed $65 million in theaters, $14.2 million in its first week on DVD, and I could not remember what it was for the life of me.  Meanwhile, Aliens in the Attic, which starred nobody but Ashley Tisdale, grossed $25 million in theaters, $5 million in its first week on DVD, and I knew exactly what it was…

-Disney is still working its magic Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure, which earned another $10.2 million this week, for $34.4 million overall.

-With New Moon coming on this Friday (What? You haven’t heard?), Twilight is back on the charts, trying its hardest to break the 10 million unit barrier by Christmas.  This week, it got 149,284 copies closer to that goal, earning $2.9 million in the process.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Complete Season One is the TV-on-DVD performer of the week.  Cartoon Network’s big hit sold 156,630 units for $4.7 million in its first week, and I’m wondering how old the people are who are buying this DVD.  Do you think its mainly kids or adults?  I’m genuinely wondering.

Check out the full chart below:

DVD Sales for the Week Ending November 8, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra 2,538,577 2,538,577 $40,998,019 $40,998,019 1
2 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 974,814 3,482,051 $17,322,445 $59,168,230 2
3 The Taking of Pelham 123 919,727 919,727 $14,154,599 $14,154,599 1
4 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 791,782 7,564,163 $17,015,395 $170,718,052 3
5 Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure 636,167 2,152,795 $10,172,310 $34,423,192 2
6 Aliens in the Attic 306,914 306,914 $4,981,214 $4,981,214 1
7 The Proposal 276,959 3,595,899 $4,780,312 $59,596,023 4
8 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Complete Season One 156,630 156,630 $4,697,334 $4,697,334 1
9 Monsters vs. Aliens 154,092 3,888,366 $2,551,764 $67,612,008 6
10 Twilight 149,284 9,312,042 $2,921,488 $167,739,089 33
11 Orphan 138,099 424,927 $2,484,401 $7,644,437 2
12 I Love You, Beth Cooper 124,390 124,390 $2,113,386 $2,113,386 1
13 Family Guy – Volume 7 117,028 706,926 $2,397,904 $16,901,163 21
14 The Simpsons – The Complete Twelfth Season 105,859 420,282 $1,720,505 $11,903,326 12
15 Land of the Lost 105,605 804,830 $1,748,819 $13,149,697 4
16 24 – Season Seven 101,035 694,804 $2,373,312 $21,284,505 25
17 Hannah Montana The Movie 97,989 2,850,845 $1,468,855 $48,711,729 12
18 Edward Scissorhands 95,704 $984,976 479
19 The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Second Season 93,674 385,723 $2,762,446 $11,279,403 8
20 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 92,658 3,951,721 $1,419,521 $66,785,312 8
21 Drag Me to Hell 88,850 632,612 $1,585,973 $11,132,721 4
22 Polar Express, The 88,089 $791,920 202
23 Battlestar Galactica: The Plan 82,504 262,273 $1,560,151 $4,959,582 2
24 Ice Age: The Meltdown 82,458 8,009,712 $1,165,132 $131,237,769 155
25 Mickey’s Magical Christmas 78,950 $1,307,412 418
26 Dr. Seuss – Green Eggs and Ham and Other Favorites 41,359 $268,420 318
27 Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead 40,110 201,325 $715,964 $3,534,361 3
28 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 31,478 1,019,583 $458,320 $17,844,124 7
29 The Last House on the Left 28,686 872,883 $430,003 $16,701,703 12
30 Legend of the Seeker: The Complete First Season 22,339 141,094 $706,583 $4,534,909 4
Figures from The-Numbers

DVD Sales: Monsters Repeats On Top; Year One Has A Poor Week One; Halloween Titles Flourish

October 20, 2009
I won’t lie to you- it was a pretty slow week on the Home Market, and the chart looks fairly similar to last week, but there are a couple of surprises, and some of them are just so random, I don’t even know what to think!  Take a look inside for my DVD Sales Notes and the full DVD Sales Chart:

DVD Sales Notes

Monsters Vs. Aliens repeats its reign on top of the chart this week, adding an additional $12.6 million to its gross.  In two weeks, it’s sold just under 3 million copies, giving it a smokin’ $51.5 million total.

-Unfortunately for Year One, the crass caveman comedy starring Jack Black and Michael Cera, did as poorly in its first week on DVD as it did in theaters.  Year One sold 348,954 copies, for a sad total of just $5.6 million.

-The impressive TV-on-DVD performer of the week is Bones: The Complete Fourth Season, which earned about $8 million in its first week.  For a procedural show, this is pretty great!

The Cat In The HatMatilda?!  THE SANDLOT?!?!  Am I ten years old again?  Are we seeing an early Christmas shopping effect?  I mean, these titles are just too random to reappear on the chart, and other things like Race To Witch Mountain, Gran Torino, and Bring It On: Fight To The Finish saw solid increases, as well.  Maybe these all got  re-releases that I didn’t know about, but I’m calling early Christmas sales.  The Break Up has to be the most random thing on that chart, though.  I guess Vince Vaughn’s turn in Couples Retreat inspired people to go check out this 2006 title.

-Whether or not we’re seing any kind of Christmas effect, we’re definitely starting to see a major Halloween effect on the home market.  The Corpse Bride, almost 4 years after its original release found $538,507 this week, good for eighth place among all DVDs.  Trick ‘r Treat, the direct-to-DVD feature starring Anna Paquin, earned $1.4 million.  This must have been bad- Warner Bros. didn’t even try to promote it.  Other spooky movies that are benefiting from the Halloween effect include Edward Scissorhands (+24%), Spookley The Square Pumpkin (+29%), Clifford’s Big Halloween (+33%), and Coraline (+6%). 

Check out the full chart below:

Top DVD Sales for the Week Ending October 11, 2009
# Title Units this Week % Chg Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 Monsters vs. Aliens 720,831 -67.8% 2,956,450 $12,586,574 $51,512,725 2
2 Year One 348,954 -.-% 348,954 $5,579,774 $5,579,774 1
3 Bones: The Complete Fourth Season 215,745 -.-% 215,745 $7,980,408 $7,980,408 1
4 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 186,911 -32.0% 3,522,587 $3,181,692 $60,177,257 4
5 My Life in Ruins 135,012 -.-% 135,012 $2,698,890 $2,698,890 1
6 The Wizard of Oz 123,839 -60.5% $2,510,093 655
7 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 105,458 -46.8% 843,959 $2,002,647 $14,775,840 3
8 Corpse Bride, The 105,313 57.5% $538,507 193
9 Hannah Montana The Movie 95,870 -8.2% 2,526,024 $1,868,506 $43,834,009 8
10 Trick ‘r Treat 94,717 -.-% 94,717 $1,419,808 $1,419,808 1
11 Edward Scissorhands 91,185 24.0% $949,044 475
12 Dr. Seuss – Green Eggs and Ham and Other Favorites 85,851 47.1% $446,425 314
13 Spookley the Square Pumpkin 82,751 29.0% $743,931 214
14 Clifford the Big Red Dog: Clifford’s Big Halloween 80,445 32.8% 141,030 $682,978 $1,197,345 161
15 Break-Up, The 77,201 -.-% 3,065,432 $631,844 $51,099,146 156
16 Observe and Report 74,101 -25.7% 394,301 $1,481,279 $7,220,604 3
17 Thomas and Friends: Percy’s Ghostly Trick 70,641 7.5% 136,368 $704,997 $1,360,953 58
18 The Sandlot 69,272 -.-% $542,344 402
19 Matilda 66,461 -.-% $492,476 638
20 Race to Witch Mountain 65,451 20.5% 1,536,879 $1,279,914 $27,956,835 10
21 Bring It On: Fight to the Finish 61,487 19.1% 578,019 $967,805 $10,201,255 6
22 Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat 61,054 -.-% $478,053 291
23 Superman/Batman: Public Enemies 59,108 -70.1% 256,737 $1,004,245 $4,276,981 2
24 Barbie and the Three Musketeers 58,676 -29.4% 688,531 $879,553 $9,977,578 4
25 Coraline 56,369 5.9% 2,035,827 $910,528 $37,332,174 12
26 Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins 54,062 -14.6% 293,468 $1,088,376 $5,748,566 3
27 Gran Torino 52,404 -.-% 3,742,591 $605,004 $56,578,091 18
28 How I Met Your Mother: Season Four 52,216 -58.0% 176,516 $1,351,872 $4,458,129 2
29 Sons of Anarchy – Season One 49,305 -.-% 315,685 $1,601,919 $10,128,597 8
30 Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Fifth Season 49,233 -37.1% 476,550 $1,771,896 $17,328,566 4
All numbers via The-Numbers

DVD Sales: Monsters Vs. Aliens Oozes Life On The Home Market

October 13, 2009

Alright guys, no excuses anymore!  My computer is completely fixed (Really, I mean it this time), and I will be blogging daily from now on.  Let’s get started with the latest DVD Sales Chart and my DVD Sales Notes about Monsters Vs. Aliens‘ great debut.

DVD Sales Notes:

-The new number one DVD this week is Dreamworks’ Monsters Vs. Aliens which starts off with a great $38.2 million.  While this won’t be the sort of power house DVD like Wall-E, which sold over 10 million copies, a first week of 2.2 million units sold ain’t half bad!

-62 years after its original release, The Wizard Of Oz shows it still has some fight in it.  A re-release of the film garnered $6 million this week.

-Between Monsters Vs. Aliens strong debut and the $56.9 million that  X-Men Origins: Wolverine has racked up in three weeks, the DVD Sales Chart has experienced a much-needed injection of strong sales lately.

-Wholesomeness > Skankiness.  After three weeks Barbie and the Three Musketeers has made $9.1 million.  After five, Bring It On: Fight To The Finish has earned $9.2 million.  Barbie will have overtaken the cheerleaders by next week.

-My favorite show, How I Met Your Mother, had a modest debut of $3 million for its Season 4 DVDs, but this is better than it’s ever done before, so I’m excited!

The full chart is below.

Top DVD Sales for the Week Ending October 4, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Chg Total Units Sales this Week Total Wks
1 Monsters vs. Aliens 2,193,832 -.-% 2,193,832 $38,198,564 $38,198,564 1
2 The Wizard of Oz 308,453 -.-% $6,022,668 654
3 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 270,719 -57.5% 3,331,637 $5,226,420 $56,917,589 3
4 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 195,690 -63.8% 735,892 $3,547,860 $12,725,892 2
5 Superman/Batman: Public Enemies 194,593 -.-% 194,593 $3,222,460 $3,222,460 1
6 How I Met Your Mother: Season Four 122,196 -.-% 122,196 $3,053,678 $3,053,678 1
7 Hannah Montana The Movie 103,549 9.6% 2,429,300 $1,973,644 $41,949,225 7
8 Observe and Report 98,942 -55.1% 319,433 $1,977,851 $5,723,993 2
9 Barbie and the Three Musketeers 82,488 -44.0% 629,178 $1,236,495 $9,087,877 3
10 Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Fifth Season 76,784 -14.7% 425,854 $2,774,206 $15,503,812 3
11 Edward Scissorhands 72,835 35.1% $727,622 474
12 State of Play 72,616 57.6% 632,114 $1,197,438 $10,864,816 5
13 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa 72,396 -.-% 7,014,940 $741,328 $102,321,731 35
14 The Office – Season Five 68,667 -11.0% 734,387 $2,314,078 $24,755,404 4
15 Corpse Bride, The 66,912 -.-% $381,398 192
16 Thomas & Friends: Percy’s Ghostly Trick 65,815 -.-% 65,815 $656,834 $656,834 57
17 30 Rock: Season Three 64,718 -27.9% 154,507 $2,439,869 $5,267,324 2
18 Spookley the Square Pumpkin 63,402 -.-% $569,984 213
19 Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins 62,085 -64.8% 238,223 $1,253,211 $4,636,311 2
20 Clifford the Big Red Dog: Clifford’s Big Halloween 60,330 -.-% 60,330 $512,202 $512,202 160
21 Dr. Seuss – Green Eggs and Ham and Other Favorites 58,795 -.-% $381,580 313
22 Crank 2: High Voltage 58,575 1.1% 540,576 $1,094,257 $9,761,554 4
23 Heroes – Season Three 57,040 1.9% 560,270 $2,089,375 $20,896,814 5
24 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: The Complete Second Season 54,626 -21.4% 124,151 $2,032,087 $4,569,054 2
25 Coraline 53,530 3.2% 1,979,780 $917,820 $36,427,166 11
26 Away We Go 53,310 -.-% 53,310 $928,660 $928,660 1
27 Race to Witch Mountain 53,091 2.0% 1,470,193 $1,076,510 $26,651,879 9
28 Management 51,774 -.-% 51,774 $1,034,962 $1,034,962 1
29 Bring It On: Fight to the Finish 50,678 2.9% 515,567 $835,680 $9,217,537 5
30 It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 4 43,928 -35.2% 313,138 $1,201,431 $8,094,089 3

DVD Sales: Wolverine And Barbie Lead Chart (and this is the second Barbie headline in one week…)

September 30, 2009

Apologies for the delay, but the hard drive on my computer decided to enter meltdown mode this week, and I have been rendered laptop-less (that sounds like a computer strip club) for the week. Trust me, it’s frustrating. Anyway, there will be no Wednesday List this week, but I have managed to find enough time on a public computer to give you guys my DVD Sales Notes for the week. Keep reading for the Chart and my notes.

DVD Sales Notes

-It’s about time we had a massive debut on the DVD Sales Chart!  X-Men Origins: Wolverine blasted out of the gate with 2.4 million units sold in its first week, and $40.2 million in sales!  Both the DVD market and the X-Men franchise needed a huge success like this.

-Go Barbie!  First you get your own live-action adaptation deal.  Then, you go and have another solid debut in your direct-to-DVD franchise that has proven extremely lucrative for Mattel.  With 399,420 units and $5.6 million in sales, Barbie And The Three Musketeers is off to a solid start.

-Continuing the inexplicable trend of releasing TV shows on DVD right after the new season debuts, instead of releasing them beforehand and allowing viewers to catch up, three more shows had strong debuts on the home market this week.  Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Fifth Season found $9.5 million.  The bawdy It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 4 nabbed $5.1 million.  And the breakout hit of the moment The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Second Season found $4.5 million, which is pretty great for a traditional sitcom.  I would be willing to bet that The Big Bang Theory gets the post-Super Bowl slot this year.

-Patrick Swayze’s death = $9.5 million for a re-release of Dirty Dancing.

Top DVD Sales for the Week Ending September 20, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Chg Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2,423,662 -.-% 2,423,662 $40,196,919 $40,196,919 1
2 Barbie and the Three Musketeers 399,420 -.-% 399,420 $5,643,805 $5,643,805 1
3 Grey’s Anatomy: The Complete Fifth Season 259,089 -.-% 259,089 $9,472,294 $9,472,294 1
4 It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 4 201,406 -.-% 201,406 $5,067,375 $5,067,375 1
5 The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Second Season 156,084 -.-% 156,084 $4,524,875 $4,524,875 1
6 The Office – Season Five 149,782 -65.9% 588,548 $4,920,339 $19,895,422 2
7 Crank 2: High Voltage 118,517 -61.2% 424,074 $2,228,748 $7,573,826 2
8 Hannah Montana The Movie 104,945 -33.1% 2,231,310 $1,970,867 $38,201,979 5
9 Next Day Air 102,279 -.-% 102,279 $2,044,557 $2,044,557 1
10 X-Men, Volume 3 81,435 -.-% 81,435 $1,424,298 $1,424,298 1
11 Bionicle: The Legend Reborn 76,588 -.-% 76,588 $1,148,054 $1,148,054 1
12 X-Men, Volume 4 75,861 -.-% 75,861 $1,326,809 $1,326,809 1
13 Dirty Dancing – 20th Anniversary Edition 68,280 -.-% 822,349 $506,638 $9,037,337 124
14 Dexter – The Complete Third Season 56,471 44.8% 558,490 $1,491,964 $14,036,020 5
15 State of Play 54,775 -47.1% 513,428 $1,094,952 $8,746,439 3
16 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Clone Commandos 52,593 -.-% 52,593 $525,404 $525,404 1
17 Fringe: The Complete First Season 52,351 -53.0% 163,710 $1,861,602 $6,013,065 2
18 Heroes – Season Three 50,170 -45.6% 447,279 $1,870,338 $16,757,954 3
19 Bring It On: Fight to the Finish 47,504 -55.3% 415,629 $854,597 $7,397,149 3
20 Fighting 46,176 15.4% 464,867 $923,058 $8,169,835 4
21 Coraline 45,565 -22.8% 1,874,377 $788,548 $34,611,570 9
22 Disney Nature Earth 43,384 -43.6% 332,500 $858,136 $5,918,749 3
23 Fast And Furious 43,141 -31.0% 2,768,154 $656,188 $45,801,217 8
24 Race to Witch Mountain 42,656 -9.4% 1,365,038 $859,907 $24,532,090 7
25 True Blood: The Complete First Season 40,233 -15.9% 1,580,074 $1,361,887 $54,997,018 18
26 I Love You, Man 39,204 -26.9% 1,181,764 $778,199 $20,171,708 6
27 Duplicity 38,989 -0.2% 441,310 $779,390 $7,563,221 4
28 WWE: The Best of Smackdown – 10th Anniversary 1999-2009 37,809 -.-% 37,809 $755,802 $755,802 1
29 17 Again 26,211 -41.1% 1,109,613 $526,141 $20,393,117 6
30 Obsessed 26,002 -18.5% 979,910 $501,319 $16,542,139 7
All numbers compiled by The-Numbers

DVD Sales: Hannah Montana Rules The DVD Chart

September 9, 2009

The-Numbers has posted its weekly DVD Sales Chart, and Hannah Montana The Movie utterly dominated the competition.  Surprising?  Not really.  Keep reading for my DVD Sales Notes and the full chart:

DVD Sales Notes:

Hannah Montana The Movie got off to a great start, with a whopping 1.2 million units sold and $20.6 million in sales in its first week.  I’m not sure that Disney will ever strike gold again like they have with Miley Cyrus.  Hannah Montana is utterly pervasive.  Don’t believe me?  Take a walk through a Wal-Mart.

The Last House On The Left, a forgettable horror remake (I had to look it up just to remember what it was, and it came out in March!) debuted on the home market with a fairly good $6.8 million first week.  Generic horror films like this take almost no money to produce, and considering Last House only made $32.7 million in theaters, I’m sure Universal is pleased with this result.

-A few big TV-on-DVD stories this week.  Dexter – The Complete Third Season had a great start, selling almost 300,000 units, and earning a fantastic $6.1 million in its first week.  The Simpsons: The Complete Twelfth Season, which found $5.3 million, Gossip Girl: The Complete Second Series, which earned $3.8 million, and Sons Of Anarchy – Season One, which grossed $2.9 million, all had more modest beginnings.  Still, all these shows pale in comparison to a show with perhaps the palest cast of them all: True Blood: The Complete First Season.  This DVD has sold an absolutely amazing 1.3 million copies and earned $47.1 million.  As a very recent convert to True Blood (I watched the entire first season in two days… very dirty but very addictive), I’m going to be honest: this makes me so happy!  Here’s the full chart:

DVD Sales Chart for the Week Ending August 23, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Change Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Wks
1 Hannah Montana The Movie 1,232,725 -.-% 1,232,725 $20,586,508 $20,586,508 1
2 The Last House on the Left 341,711 -.-% 341,711 $6,830,803 $6,830,803 1
3 Dexter – The Complete Third Season 297,580 -.-% 297,580 $6,076,584 $6,076,584 1
4 I Love You, Man 211,289 -68.7% 886,801 $3,695,445 $14,692,780 2
5 17 Again 178,992 -73.6% 858,035 $3,403,300 $15,428,608 2
6 The Simpsons: The Complete Twelfth Season 166,788 -.-% 166,788 $5,335,548 $5,335,548 1
7 Gossip Girl: The Complete Second Series 104,289 -.-% 104,289 $3,783,605 $3,783,605 1
8 Fast And Furious 103,179 -50.3% 2,497,253 $1,880,736 $41,656,523 4
9 Race to Witch Mountain 101,577 -63.1% 1,139,547 $1,870,327 $20,103,950 3
10 Pete’s Dragon 97,509 -.-% $1,900,450 449
11 Sons of Anarchy – Season One 90,235 -.-% 90,235 $2,886,618 $2,886,618 1
12 Obsessed 70,758 -65.6% 817,162 $1,237,557 $13,637,644 3
13 Coraline 67,060 -36.4% 1,668,869 $1,278,546 $30,838,208 5
14 Watchmen 61,883 -47.7% 1,990,619 $1,419,348 $41,531,579 5
15 The Soloist 57,938 -25.7% 344,765 $885,293 $5,919,989 3
16 Leap Frog: Let’s Go to School 45,611 -.-% 45,611 $569,681 $569,681 1
17 Corpse Bride, The 42,529 -11.7% $366,017 186
18 True Blood: The Complete First Season 38,338 -13.1% 1,352,942 $1,352,565 $47,098,225 14
19 Taken 38,091 10.2% 3,880,386 $605,083 $61,850,323 15
20 Gran Torino 36,735 -34.3% 3,573,261 $559,096 $54,489,786 11
21 Knowing 34,393 -15.2% 1,376,190 $513,144 $20,664,910 7
22 Twilight 34,146 -33.0% 9,088,812 $526,531 $163,231,342 22
23 Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music 30,941 -10.8% $1,130,337 648
24 The Haunting in Connecticut 29,709 -36.2% 798,716 $479,607 $15,910,141 6
25 Miss March 22,206 -.-% 135,725 $332,868 $2,336,658 4
26 The Unborn 21,692 -.-% 506,588 $422,777 $9,147,053 7
27 Princess Protection Program 18,737 -56.8% 549,322 $365,184 $9,344,020 8
28 Family Guy – Volume 7 18,513 -60.0% 539,821 $378,035 $13,477,182 10
29 Fast And Furious 4-Movie Collection 18,385 -.-% 146,675 $762,794 $6,100,091 4
30 Battlestar Galactica: Season 4.5 17,365 -50.2% 283,775 $546,824 $8,998,563 4

DVD Sales: Notorious B.I.G. Is Alive Again! On The Home Market, That Is…

May 13, 2009

The-Numbers‘ DVD Sales chart for last week was delayed, and then all the Star Trek pandemonium happened, so I apologize for the lateness of last week’s DVD Sales Chart, but I finally got some time to get it posted. The chart, and my notes, can be found after the jump:

DVD Sales Notes for the week ending April 26, 2009:

-In a week where no films really broke out on the home market, Notorious still had a pretty good weekend. The rapper biopic had a solid first week of $14 million worth of sales on DVD, which is all well and good, but we must remember that this is a film that defined the term “frontloaded” during its theatrical run. It opened to $20 million and finished with just $36 million in theaters, and you can trust me when I say that Notorious will plummet next weekend.

The Wrestler, the Oscar bait that saved Mickey Rourke’s career, found a modest $7.5 million on DVD in its first week on the home market. For a film that earned $26 million at the box office, this is probably sufficient, but a bit less than what Fox Searchlight might have hoped for. Meanwhile, the other Oscar nominated release on DVD this week, Frost/Nixon, was completely ignored, moving just 181,593 copies. It certainly does not fit into the Era of Easy Entertainment!

Twilight can not be stopped. Another 12% increase?! $139.4 million overall?! This film has singlehandedly made Summit Entertainment a viable studio.

-Dogs have proved themselves at the movies lately, and the DVD Sales Chart reflects this trend. Marley And Me, Bolt, and Beverly Hills Chihuahua have all sold very well on DVD, with cumes of $48.9 million, $57.3 million, and $50.6 million respectively.

Here’s the full chart:

Top 30 Selling DVDs for the Week Ending April 26, 2009
Rank Title Units this Week % Change Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Weeks in Release
1 Notorious (2009) 605,916 -.-% 605,916 $14,535,925 $14,535,925 1
2 Wrestler, The 400,207 -.-% 400,207 $7,487,873 $7,487,873 1
3 Twilight 332,526 12.3% 7,715,411 $5,982,143 $139,483,327 5
4 Spirit, The 226,794 -32.2% 561,092 $5,425,185 $11,693,272 2
5 Day the Earth Stood Still, The 205,345 -29.8% 1,381,406 $3,325,090 $23,154,960 3
6 Marley and Me 199,589 -25.9% 2,720,508 $3,434,468 $48,876,571 4
7 Bedtime Stories 198,074 -29.3% 2,161,692 $3,392,651 $36,961,073 3
8 Bolt 186,137 -4.2% 3,220,500 $3,378,145 $57,344,529 5
9 Frost/Nixon 181,593 -.-% 181,593 $3,437,555 $3,437,555 1
10 Yes Man 176,806 -28.6% 956,385 $3,137,741 $16,661,455 3
11 Caprica 169,656 -.-% 169,656 $3,293,023 $3,293,023 1
12 Reader, The 156,932 -33.0% 391,308 $2,934,628 $7,476,835 2
13 Slumdog Millionaire 133,483 -13.6% 1,403,510 $2,134,393 $22,969,076 4
14 Seven Pounds 130,878 0.6% 990,066 $2,045,623 $16,632,842 4
15 Quantum of Solace 122,880 -0.3% 1,998,972 $2,124,804 $35,640,749 5
16 Tale of Despereaux, The 117,426 -25.5% 852,318 $1,995,068 $14,480,883 3
17 Doubt 93,978 -30.1% 486,753 $1,690,664 $8,681,783 3
18 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 92,584 7.1% 2,947,762 $1,480,418 $50,616,568 8
19 Stuart Little 78,466 -.-% $587,710 471
20 Not Easily Broken 75,618 -19.4% 387,084 $1,317,266 $7,168,377 3
21 Ron White: Behavioral Problems 71,862 -.-% 71,862 $789,763 $789,763 1
22 Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, The 70,529 -.-% $578,338 488
23 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa 70,499 16.1% 5,815,130 $996,179 $88,946,988 12
24 Tom and Jerry’s Greatest Chases 67,499 -.-% $404,319 476
25 Role Models 57,804 -4.5% 1,706,794 $982,090 $28,998,430 7
26 Australia 52,048 -0.3% 1,406,260 $884,296 $23,713,349 8
27 Fireproof 49,685 0.9% 1,570,641 $741,300 $26,932,618 13
28 Pinocchio 47,625 -12.4% $809,149 496
29 High School Musical 3: Senior Year 33,892 -40.4% 3,005,165 $626,555 $53,802,366 10
30 Milk 33,072 -4.8% 527,610 $564,208 $9,391,518 7

DVD Sales: Twilight Has Already Sold 6 Million Copies! Plus, Bolt Debuts Well

April 8, 2009

Another week, another DVD Sales Chart from The-Numbers! Here are my DVD Sales Notes for the week ending March 29, 2009:

Twilight continues to astound me as it actually had a very small drop! This surprises me on so many levels, since this type of fangirl flick should have plummeted after its huge first week of DVD sales. I mean, I can understand girls going to see a movie like Twilight two or three times in theaters, but there is absolutely no reason to assume that they would be repeat-buying the DVD. I guess the franchise simply has more internal demand than anyone really comprehended, but let me just say this: I sincerely hope that mothers are not purchasing Twilight to put in their daughter’s Easter basket- that’s just wrong.

-Disney’s Bolt has never been a blockbuster performer for the studio, but it’s certainly been a solid addition to the Disney canon. Targeting the ever lucrative family market, a $25 million first week for the CG animated dog comedy ain’t too shabby.

-Meanwhile, Quantum Of Solace, which earned $54 million more at the box office than Bolt ($168 million vs. $114 million), earned $4 million less in its first week of DVD sales. This certainly represents an underwhelming start for the latest Bond DVD, but the truth of the matter is, audiences just didn’t love the grim QOS all that much, especially when compared to the superb Casino Royale, which also enjoyed a nice little boost this week from the release of its sequel, and now it sits just a few hundred copies away from the 5 million threshold.

-At first I was confused by Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa‘s explosive 97% increase on the chart this week. After a bit of looking around, though, I remembered that Nickelodeon released a new animated series called The Penguins Of Madagascar last week, which featured the ridiculous penguins from the films. It premiered to huge ratings, and clearly, it’s having a positive effect on its mother-franchise, as Escape 2 Africa has now sold almost 5 million DVDs. TV truly is the most powerful marketing tool for children.

Pinocchio now has a running total of $34 million over three weeks for its latest release cycle. Unfortunately for Disney, Lilo And Stitch clearly does not have the same kind of lasting drawing power as the classic puppet. Lilo And Stitch could only manage a lackluster $1.5 million week for its re-release.

Top 30 DVD Sales For The Week Ending March 29
Rank Title Units this Week % Change Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Weeks in Release
1 Twilight 2,455,003 -31.3% 6,027,815 $44,116,404 $108,319,836 2
2 Bolt 1,430,530 2,483.2% 1,485,909 $25,048,580 $26,018,267 1
3 Quantum of Solace 1,213,017 -.-% 1,213,017 $21,894,957 $21,894,957 1
4 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa 168,413 99.7% 4,950,395 $1,965,110 $80,338,947 8
5 Pinocchio 147,055 -59.3% $2,498,464 492
6 Role Models 123,978 -50.4% 1,402,282 $2,106,386 $23,824,771 3
7 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 119,313 -40.7% 2,417,964 $1,907,815 $42,145,098 4
8 Barbie Presents: Thumbelina 103,847 -62.9% 383,598 $1,533,820 $5,665,742 2
9 Transporter 3 85,189 -52.1% 870,723 $1,479,741 $15,611,498 3
10 High School Musical 3: Senior Year 78,069 -10.4% 2,617,960 $1,435,002 $46,746,759 6
11 Lilo & Stitch 76,351 -.-% $1,526,256 330
12 The Venture Bros.: Season Three 75,369 -.-% 75,369 $1,431,257 $1,431,257 1
13 Punisher: War Zone, The 75,123 -61.1% 268,055 $1,481,403 $4,985,048 2
14 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – A Galaxy Divided 69,722 -.-% 69,722 $905,689 $905,689 1
15 Australia 62,357 -40.4% 1,141,235 $1,059,445 $19,210,575 4
16 Madagascar 54,747 -.-% $601,670 176
17 Secrets of the Furious Five 53,028 -.-% 53,028 $529,750 $529,750 1
18 Kung Fu Panda 48,341 -.-% 8,072,649 $538,185 $124,132,258 20
19 South Park – The Complete Twelfth Season 46,645 22.0% 191,076 $1,445,529 $5,921,445 3
20 Milk 43,208 -37.7% 361,730 $774,287 $6,504,498 3
21 Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter and Under the Hood 42,472 -.-% 42,472 $832,876 $832,876 1
22 Body of Lies 39,573 10.8% 881,987 $800,087 $16,824,973 6
23 Fireproof 38,332 -5.9% 1,398,615 $670,427 $24,146,599 9
24 Happily N’Ever After 2: Snow White 36,825 -.-% 36,825 $441,532 $441,532 1
25 Cadillac Records 32,918 -21.9% 201,515 $643,876 $3,833,285 3
26 Rachel Getting Married 30,948 -26.0% 199,052 $618,651 $3,979,049 3
27 Haunting of Molly Hartley, The 28,612 -27.9% 270,096 $571,954 $5,201,047 5
28 Casino Royale 26,121 -.-% 4,999,253 $314,374 $79,165,581 107
29 Quarantine 26,002 -22.6% 496,540 $519,780 $9,798,421 6
30 Zack and Miri Make a Porno 24,025 -28.5% 936,646 $480,260 $17,154,523 8

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DVD Sales: Fangirls Snatch Up 4.6 Million Twilight DVD’s In One Week!

March 31, 2009

Here’s the latest sales chart via The-Numbers, along with my DVD Sales Notes for the week ending March 22:

-Holy mother-flippin vampire blood! Twilight just earned $83 million in DVD sales in just one week! With 4.6 million units sold, all I can say is that this is absolute craziness. My favorite niche market, the fangirls, were out in full force this week, and I think Summit is very wise to be working so hard to get the sequel, New Moon, into theaters this November. This is a notoriously fickle fanbase (hence why former top-dog High School Musical 3: Senior Year has only earned $45 million after five weeks), and they need to cash in on the Twilight franchise while they still can. This performance is very impressive.

-The ever-frustrating, ever-fascinating Disney Vault has worked its magic once again. Now out for the second week of its latest re-release, Pinocchio has earned a pretty great $31.5 million over the last two weeks. Not bad, considering all that Disney really has to do for these classics is add a couple special features to the DVD and call them collector’s items. If only the Stuart Little Vault were so effective…

-Go, Barbie! The successful Barbie film franchise has released yet another successful straight-to-DVD tale. Barbie Presents: Thumbelina earned a solid $5.4 million in its first week. As a big brother with a 7-year-old sister, I’ve seen so many more of these movies than I’m proud to admit, and while they may not be very good, they’re wholesome and harmless, so I don’t really mind. These have their own sort of cult, mini-fangirl following, which I find amusing.

-Otherwise, Role Models is having a solid run, with total sales of $23 million for the bro-comedy. Beverly Hills Chihuahua is having a more solid run, with $42 million after four weeks. And (lack of) audiences continue to emphasize that they just don’t want to see Milk.

Top 30 DVD Sales for the Week Ending March 22
Rank Title Units this Week % Change Total Units Sales this Week Total Sales Weeks in Release
1 Twilight 4,648,835 -.-% 4,648,835 $83,632,542 $83,632,542 0
2 Pinocchio 470,462 -66.4% $7,993,149 491
3 Barbie Presents: Thumbelina 364,004 -.-% 364,004 $5,376,339 $5,376,339 1
4 Role Models 325,418 -69.3% 1,385,263 $5,528,852 $23,535,618 2
5 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 261,729 -53.1% 2,428,109 $4,185,047 $42,421,654 3
6 Punisher: War Zone, The 251,037 -.-% 251,037 $4,558,832 $4,558,832 1
7 Transporter 3 231,512 -63.0% 857,816 $4,164,901 $15,432,110 2
8 Australia 136,211 -46.2% 1,142,413 $2,081,304 $19,176,676 3
9 High School Musical 3: Senior Year 113,432 -24.5% 2,525,348 $2,128,722 $45,096,898 5
10 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa 109,713 -32.4% 4,801,581 $1,786,106 $78,693,647 7
11 Milk 90,187 -64.9% 347,064 $1,622,464 $6,243,681 2
12 Boy in the Striped Pajamas, The 72,987 -52.0% 225,153 $1,459,010 $4,500,808 2
13 Bolt 72,057 -.-% 72,057 $1,202,487 $1,202,487 0
14 Stuart Little 56,251 -.-% $477,571 466
15 Cadillac Records 54,856 -57.9% 185,184 $932,003 $3,481,219 2
16 Rachel Getting Married 54,391 -58.2% 184,579 $1,087,276 $3,689,734 2
17 Fireproof 52,997 -6.8% 1,372,738 $926,918 $23,694,010 8
18 Haunting of Molly Hartley, The 51,651 11.5% 256,760 $1,032,503 $4,934,460 4
19 JAG – The Eighth Season 51,602 -.-% 51,602 $2,049,115 $2,049,115 1
20 Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, The 50,672 -.-% $0 483
21 South Park – The Complete Twelfth Season 49,743 -54.6% 159,213 $1,541,536 $4,934,011 2
22 Body of Lies 46,488 -29.6% 844,704 $937,984 $16,102,315 5
23 WALL-E 44,694 -14.6% 8,513,684 $820,162 $134,355,215 18
24 Zack and Miri Make a Porno 43,736 -11.5% 922,872 $874,283 $16,879,181 7
25 Quarantine 43,710 0.6% 475,888 $873,763 $9,381,912 5
26 Max Payne 41,560 0.6% 1,211,654 $675,986 $22,351,585 9
27 Dark Knight, The 41,072 -14.4% 12,600,595 $783,637 $218,748,210 15
28 Lakeview Terrace 38,585 7.4% 1,061,788 $655,559 $17,818,937 8
29 Eagle Eye 37,656 -.-% 2,033,275 $739,455 $35,640,517 12
30 Space Buddies 36,049 -31.3% 1,785,827 $576,424 $26,850,741 7