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This Is It(2009)

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This Is It(2009)

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There were plenty of new releases spread throughout the top 30 on this week's sales chart. Leading the way was Couples Retreat with 1.36 million units sold, generating $21.79 million in opening week sales. More...DVD Sales: Zombies Storm to the TopMarch 3rd, 2010

New releases were able to take four of the top five spots on this week's sales chart. This includes Zombieland, which took the top spot with 975,000 units and $16.15 million in opening week consumer spending at retail.Michael Jackson's This Is It was pushed into second place with a solid weekly total of 562,000 units, to lift its total to 2.08 million units and $33.22 million. Love Happens opened in third place with a mere 236,000 units for a total of $4.72 million during its opening week. Amelia also struggled with debut sales of just 205,000 units ($3.69 million). The direct-to-DVD release Planet Hulk opened in fifth place with 153,000 units / $2.32 million, which is strong for this type of release.More...DVD Sales: New Releases Are ItFebruary 24th, 2010

Four new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart; however, they finished in the four top spots. Leading the way was Michael Jackson's This Is It with 1.51 million units sold and $24.22 million in consumer spending at retail. More...DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 26th, 2010January 26th, 2010

There were two movies that cracked the $100 million level on this week's international chart, including the new number one film, The Twilight Saga - New Moon, which opened with $124.22 million on 6,578 screens in 24 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $136.01 million. Its best opening came in the U.K. where it pulled in $19.38 million on 497 screens, while it also cracked $10 million in a number of major markets, some of which reached the mark if you include midweek numbers. In France, it made $17 million on 751 screens, which was the ninth best American release in that market. In Spain, the film made $15.16 million on 634 screens, which includes the third best Wednesday opening in that market. Australia and Italy had nearly identical openings with the former pulling in $14.85 million on 530 screens and the latter earning $14.34 million. Brazil was also impressive with $11.22 million on 411 screens. More...International Top Five - 2012 Destroys Worldwide CompetitionNovember 18th, 2009

Great news at the box office, as the number one film topped expectations by a significant margin.In fact, the top three films all did much better than expected. On the down side, the rest of the films we talked about on Thursday struggled and this hurt the overall box office. The total take was up 16.9% from last weekend at $140 million, but this was 5.8% lower than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2009 has pulled in $8.91 billion, which is 7.0% higher than last year's pace, and by this time next week 2009 will be only the seventh year to cross $9 billion in total ticket sales. More...Will 2012 be a Disaster?November 12th, 2009

Just the one truly wide release this week, but we also have a semi-wide release that could sneak its way into the top ten, as well as a limited release that is expanding. That wide release, 2012, is a disaster flick, which might be the best word to describe the overall box office, at least compared to last year. Very few people think 2012 will top the $67.5 million opening of Quantum of Solace, which debuted this weekend last year. In fact, if it misses that mark by a mere $10 million, I think a lot of people will be pleasantly surprised, while if it is short by $20 million or more, not too many people will be shocked. Additionally, the holdovers are going to get crushed in this comparison as well, so there is almost no chance that 2009 will come out ahead. It's a matter of minimizing the damage. More...International Top Five - Milestone for ItNovember 11th, 2009

This Is It saw its weekend haul fall 42% internationally, but it still stood on top with $29.50 million on 8,623 screens in 76 markets for a total of $129.23 million internationally and $186.24 million worldwide. The film reached $100 million internationally early in the weekend and could reach $200 million worldwide, perhaps before this weekend. The film held on well in Japan to remain in first place with $3.93 million on 322 screens for a total of $23.52 million. It also remained in first place in Australia with $1.74 million on 292 screens over the weekend for a total of $6.80 million. On the other hand, it was down 72% in the U.K. and fell to second place with $2.27 million on 486 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.61 million, also after two. More...Carol Gets a Chilly Reception at the Box OfficeNovember 10th, 2009

The holiday season unofficial starts this weekend with the first Christmas release of the year. Disney's A Christmas Carol is clearly the favorite to top the chart, but it is the only big release coming out this week, and it is unlikely to match last year's winner, Madagascar 2. This means 2009 will have a tough time keeping up with last year's pace. More...International Top Five - It Is WorldwideNovember 4th, 2009

There was a new number on film on the international chart this past weekend, as This Is It took top spot with $51.07 million on 8910 screens in 74 markets over the weekend for a total of $68.93 million. Individual markets were led by the U.K. where it pulled in first place with $7.96 million on 498 screens, while it also led in Germany with $6.3 million on 930 screens, France with $5.8 million on 484, Japan with $5.75 million on 321, and Australia with $3.35 million on 293. In all of these markets the film did better than it did here, given the relative sizes involved, but it was still below expectations after all of the talk about record-breaking pre-orders for tickets. Other major markets include Italy where it opened in third place with $2.16 million on 478 screens over the weekend and $3.19 million in total, while it earned second in Spain with $2.04 million on 377 screens over the weekend and $2.72 million in total. In Russia it only managed fourth place with $873,000 on 231 screens while it only managed sixth place with $325,000 on 210 screens over the weekend and $422,000 in total. More...Experiencing ItNovember 2nd, 2009

Michael Jackson's This Is It topped the box office chart in the United States this weekend, but with a relatively disappointing $21.3 million Friday to Sunday, according to Sony's estimates.While that's good for a concert/documentary film, it's some way behind the $31.1 million opening three-day weekend of the Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus concert released in 2008.In fact, This Is It's five day total of $32.5 million only just beats out the Disney concert pic.More...Will It Have a Good Start?October 29th, 2009

This Is It got off to a record-breaking start, kind of, while the rest of the top five will be filled with holdovers over Halloween weekend. This weekend last year Halloween was on a Friday, while this year it is on Saturday, neither of which help the box office one bit. But it won't take too much for the number one film this year to top the number one film from last year, and the rest of the box office should follow suit. More...How Big Will It Be?October 28th, 2009

This Is It gets off to an early start tonight for its scheduled two-week run. Will the concert film / behind-the-scenes documentary perform as well as some are expecting, or is this a movie that is just for the hardcore Michael Jackson fans?More...Contest - Predict ItOctober 23rd, 2009

There's only one wide release next week, Michael Jackson's This Is It, and it could be a record-breaking film. Or it could bomb. I really have no clue. The only thing I know for sure is that it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Michael Jackson's This Is It. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Mitch Fatel is Magical on DVD and The Backyardigans - Robot Repairman on DVD.Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Mitch Fatel is Magical on DVD and The Backyardigans - Robot Repairman on DVD.Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay!More...2009 Preview: OctoberOctober 1st, 2009 041b061a72

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