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Finding Nemo

Even the somewhat jaded 16-plus-year-old teenage segment wanted to see the film, both in the U.S. and abroad, where it was also very successful. Driving this success, particularly in the United Kingdom, was targeted advertising as was found in the U.S. (Finding Nemo, 2003).

When it opened, this film grossed $70.6 million in its first week (DiOrio, 2003). Produced for an estimated $80 to $90 million, the film was the animated firm grossing most in film history for both the key opening-day and single-day gross categories, at $20 million and $29 million respectively. It also delivered Disney a studio record for a three-day bow (DiOrio, 2003).

If break-even for a $15 million movie is about $37 million, then a break-even point for an $94 million movie such as Finding Nemo would be about $231.87 million. It is clear that even domestically, before being released in overseas markets, Finding Nemo surpassed the break even point. Overall, as data provided below will demonstrate, this film surpassed the break-even point by some $541.42 million dollars ...

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