Fast and Furious 6

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $238,679,850Details
International Box Office $551,238,031
Worldwide Box Office $789,917,881
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $46,293,311 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $71,168,320 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $117,461,631
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$160,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 24th, 2013 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: December 10th, 2013 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action and mayhem throughout, some sexuality and language.
(Rating bulletin 2270, 5/1/2013)
Franchise: Fast and the Furious
Keywords: Car Chase, Gangs, Organized Crime, Sequels With Returning Stars, Prequel, Inbetwequel, Archival Footage of Previous Installment, Faulty Memory, Intertitle, Voiceover/Narration, Corrupt Cops, Cliffhanger Ending, Scene in End Credits
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Vin Diesel    Dominic Toretto
Michelle Rodriguez    Letty
Paul Walker    Brian O'Conner
Tyrese Gibson    Roman
Dwayne Johnson    Hobbs
Sung Kang    Han
Jordana Brewster    Mia
Gal Gadot    Giesle
Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges    Tej
Luke Evans    Shaw
Elsa Pataky    Elena
Gina Carano    Riley
Clara Paget    Vegh
Kim Kold    Klaus
Joe Taslim    Jah
Samuel Stewart    Danlinger
Benjamin Davies    Adolfson
Matthew Stirling    Oakes
David Ajala    Ivory
Thure Lindhardt    Firuz
Shea Whigham    Stasiak
Andrei Zayats    Russian Officer
John Ortiz    Braga
Jason Thorpe    Snobby Autioneer Oranizer
Huggy Leaver    Pawn Shop Owner
Alexander Vegh    Forensic Analyst
Stephen Marcus    Davies
Magda Rodriguez    Secretary
Andy Pointon    Terry
Victor Gardener    NATO Commander
Sol De La Barreda    Doctor
Estrella Lorenzo    Nurse
Francois Philppart De Foy    Nurse
Carolina Pozo    Nurse
Elvira Tricas    Nurse
Jhony Mendez    Santago
Revil Beat    Benito
Sarah Li    Lead Chinese Agent
Lizandro Leon    Costa Rica Happy Man
Sonia Hern    Hot Girl
Ndez Fumero    Hot Girl
Pilar Mayo    Hot Girl

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Justin Lin
Screenwriter    Chris Morgan
Character Creator    Gary Scott Thompson
Producer    Neal M. Moritz
Producer    Vin Diesel
Producer    Clayton Townsend
Executive Producer    Justin Lin
Executive Producer    Amanda Lewis
Executive Producer    Samantha Vincent
Executive Producer    Chris Morgan
Cinematographer    Stephen F. Windon
Production Designer    Jan Roelfs
Editor    Christian Wagner
Editor    Kelly Matsumoto
Costume Designer    Sanja Milkovic Hays
Composer    Lucas Vidal
Casting    Lucinda Syson
Visual Effects Supervisor    David Vickery
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kelvin McIlwain
Unit Production Manager    Simon Emanuel
Unit Production Manager    Clayton Townsend
First Assistant Director    Vincent Lascoumes
Second Assistant Director    Christopher Le Chanu
Supervising Stunt Coordinator    Greg Powell
Assistant Stunt Coordinator    Sarah Franzl
Stunt Coordinator/Dom Stunt Double    Troy Robinson
Fight Choreographer    Olivier Schneider
Second Unit Director/Stunt Coordinator    Spiro Razatos
Visual Effects Producer    Kevin Elam
Editor    Leigh Folsom-Boyd
Editor    Greg D'Auria
Supervising Art Director    James Hambidge
Senior Art Director    Les Tomkins
Senior Art Director    Stuart Rose
Art Director    Guy Bradley
Art Director    Toby Britton
Art Director    Gavin Fitch
Standby Art Director    Huw Arthur
Set Decorator    Richard Roberts
Assistant Set Decorator    Sophie Hervieu

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/24 1 $38,737,505   3,658 $10,590   $38,737,505 1
2013/05/25 1 $31,696,570 -18% 3,658 $8,665   $70,434,075 2
2013/05/26 1 $26,941,170 -15% 3,658 $7,365   $97,375,245 3
2013/05/27 1 $19,661,750 -27% 3,658 $5,375   $117,036,995 4
2013/05/28 1 $8,029,310 -59% 3,658 $2,195   $125,066,305 5
2013/05/29 1 $5,780,050 -28% 3,658 $1,580   $130,846,355 6
2013/05/30 1 $4,993,170 -14% 3,658 $1,365   $135,839,525 7
2013/05/31 1 $10,744,690 +115% 3,686 $2,915   $146,584,215 8
2013/06/01 1 $14,043,660 +31% 3,686 $3,810   $160,627,875 9
2013/06/02 1 $10,376,090 -26% 3,686 $2,815   $171,003,965 10
2013/06/03 1 $2,968,500 -71% 3,686 $805   $173,972,465 11
2013/06/04 1 $3,556,990 +20% 3,686 $965   $177,529,455 12
2013/06/05 2 $2,819,790 -21% 3,686 $765   $180,349,245 13
2013/06/06 2 $2,836,450 +1% 3,686 $770   $183,185,695 14
2013/06/07 3 $6,088,415 +115% 3,771 $1,615   $189,274,110 15
2013/06/08 2 $8,202,505 +35% 3,771 $2,175   $197,476,615 16
2013/06/09 2 $5,335,965 -35% 3,771 $1,415   $202,812,580 17
2013/06/10 3 $2,147,595 -60% 3,771 $570   $204,960,175 18
2013/06/11 3 $2,072,205 -4% 3,771 $550   $207,032,380 19
2013/06/12 4 $1,620,550 -22% 3,771 $430   $208,652,930 20
2013/06/13 5 $1,487,695 -8% 3,771 $395   $210,140,625 21
2013/06/14 5 $2,819,665 +90% 3,375 $835   $212,960,290 22
2013/06/15 4 $3,677,225 +30% 3,375 $1,090   $216,637,515 23
2013/06/16 4 $3,086,440 -16% 3,375 $915   $219,723,955 24
2013/06/17 5 $1,080,770 -65% 3,375 $320   $220,804,725 25
2013/06/18 5 $1,145,865 +6% 3,375 $340   $221,950,590 26
2013/06/19 6 $977,505 -15% 3,375 $290   $222,928,095 27
2013/06/20 4 $759,375 -22% 3,375 $225   $223,687,470 28
2013/06/21 6 $1,498,545 +97% 2,417 $620   $225,186,015 29
2013/06/22 6 $2,006,110 +34% 2,417 $830   $227,192,125 30
2013/06/23 6 $1,426,030 -29% 2,417 $590   $228,618,155 31
2013/06/24 6 $567,995 -60% 2,417 $235   $229,186,150 32
2013/06/25 6 $665,225 +17% 2,417 $275   $229,851,375 33
2013/06/26 6 $555,910 -16% 2,417 $230   $230,407,285 34
2013/06/27 6 $495,485 -11% 2,417 $205   $230,902,770 35
2013/06/28 8 $720,750 +45% 1,550 $465   $231,623,520 36
2013/06/29 8 $991,995 +38% 1,550 $640   $232,615,515 37
2013/06/30 8 $736,250 -26% 1,550 $475   $233,351,765 38
2013/07/01 9 $348,750 -53% 1,550 $225   $233,700,515 39
2013/07/02 8 $278,985 -20% 1,550 $180   $233,979,500 40
2013/07/03 - $222,950 -20% 1,550 $144   $234,202,450 41
2013/07/04 - $212,660 -5% 1,550 $137   $234,415,110 42
2013/07/05 - $379,455 +78% 617 $615   $234,794,565 43
2013/07/06 - $438,055 +15% 617 $710   $235,232,620 44
2013/07/07 - $256,055 -42% 617 $415   $235,488,675 45
2013/07/08 12 $117,230 -54% 617 $190   $235,605,905 46
2013/07/09 12 $135,740 +16% 617 $220   $235,741,645 47
2013/07/10 12 $120,315 -11% 617 $195   $235,861,960 48
2013/07/11 12 $123,395 +3% 617 $200   $235,985,355 49
2013/07/12 15 $175,415 +42% 392 $447   $236,160,770 50
2013/07/13 15 $233,240 +33% 392 $595   $236,394,010 51
2013/07/14 16 $139,160 -40% 392 $355   $236,533,170 52
2013/07/15 16 $66,640 -52% 392 $170   $236,599,810 53
2013/07/16 16 $78,415 +18% 392 $200   $236,678,225 54
2013/07/17 17 $61,180 -22% 322 $190   $236,739,405 55
2013/07/18 17 $59,570 -3% 322 $185   $236,798,975 56
2013/07/19 - $99,050 +66% 279 $355   $236,898,025 57
2013/07/20 - $129,735 +31% 279 $465   $237,027,760 58
2013/07/21 - $93,465 -28% 279 $335   $237,121,225 59
2013/07/22 - $43,245 -54% 279 $155   $237,164,470 60
2013/07/23 - $50,220 +16% 279 $180   $237,214,690 61
2013/07/24 - $46,035 -8% 279 $165   $237,260,725 62
2013/07/25 - $43,125 -6% 279 $155   $237,303,850 63
2013/07/26 - $89,445 +107% 267 $335   $237,393,295 64
2013/07/27 - $128,160 +43% 267 $480   $237,521,455 65
2013/07/28 - $93,450 -27% 267 $350   $237,614,905 66
2013/07/29 - $42,720 -54% 267 $160   $237,657,625 67
2013/07/30 - $46,755 +9% 267 $175   $237,704,380 68
2013/07/31 - $42,695 -9% 267 $160   $237,747,075 69
2013/08/01 - $44,055 +3% 267 $165   $237,791,130 70
2013/08/02 - $64,400 +46% 230 $280   $237,855,530 71
2013/08/03 - $92,010 +43% 230 $400   $237,947,540 72
2013/08/04 - $72,450 -21% 230 $315   $238,019,990 73
2013/08/05 - $32,200 -56% 230 $140   $238,052,190 74
2013/08/06 - $32,250 n/c 230 $140   $238,084,440 75
2013/08/07 - $26,450 -18% 230 $115   $238,110,890 76
2013/08/08 - $28,765 +9% 230 $125   $238,139,655 77
2013/08/09 - $41,065 +43% 191 $215   $238,180,720 78
2013/08/10 - $60,080 +46% 191 $315   $238,240,800 79
2013/08/11 - $45,840 -24% 191 $240   $238,286,640 80
2013/08/12 - $18,145 -60% 191 $95   $238,304,785 81
2013/08/13 - $18,165 n/c 191 $95   $238,322,950 82
2013/08/14 - $17,190 -5% 191 $90   $238,340,140 83
2013/08/15 - $18,125 +5% 191 $95   $238,358,265 84
2013/08/16 - $25,380 +40% 141 $180   $238,383,645 85
2013/08/17 - $40,890 +61% 141 $290   $238,424,535 86
2013/08/18 - $29,610 -28% 141 $210   $238,454,145 87
2013/08/19 - $10,575 -64% 141 $75   $238,464,720 88
2013/08/20 - $11,280 +7% 141 $80   $238,476,000 89
2013/08/21 - $10,620 -6% 141 $75   $238,486,620 90
2013/08/22 - $11,255 +6% 141 $80   $238,497,875 91
2013/08/23 - $13,230 +18% 98 $135   $238,511,105 92
2013/08/24 - $23,520 +78% 98 $240   $238,534,625 93
2013/08/25 - $15,685 -33% 98 $160   $238,550,310 94
2013/08/26 - $5,390 -66% 98 $55   $238,555,700 95
2013/08/27 - $5,880 +9% 98 $60   $238,561,580 96
2013/08/28 - $5,405 -8% 98 $55   $238,566,985 97
2013/08/29 - $4,905 -9% 98 $50   $238,571,890 98
2013/08/30 - $14,455 +195% 59 $245   $238,586,345 99
2013/08/31 - $37,465 +159% 59 $635   $238,623,810 100
2013/09/01 - $40,415 +8% 59 $685   $238,664,225 101
2013/09/02 - $9,145 -77% 59 $155   $238,673,370 102
2013/09/03 - $2,360 -74% 59 $40   $238,675,730 103
2013/09/04 - $2,065 -13% 59 $35   $238,677,795 104
2013/09/05 - $2,055 n/c 59 $35   $238,679,850 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/24 1 $97,375,245   3,658 $26,620   $97,375,245 3
2013/05/31 1 $35,164,440 -64% 3,686 $9,540   $171,003,965 10
2013/06/07 2 $19,626,885 -44% 3,771 $5,205   $202,812,580 17
2013/06/14 4 $9,583,330 -51% 3,375 $2,840   $219,723,955 24
2013/06/21 6 $4,930,685 -49% 2,417 $2,040   $228,618,155 31
2013/06/28 8 $2,448,995 -50% 1,550 $1,580   $233,351,765 38
2013/07/05 12 $1,073,565 -56% 617 $1,740   $234,425,330 45
2013/07/12 15 $547,815 -49% 392 $1,397   $236,533,170 52
2013/07/19 24 $322,250 -41% 279 $1,155   $237,121,225 59
2013/07/26 23 $311,055 -3% 267 $1,165   $237,614,905 66
2013/08/02 28 $228,860 -26% 230 $995   $238,019,990 73
2013/08/09 31 $146,985 -36% 191 $770   $238,286,640 80
2013/08/16 37 $95,880 -35% 141 $680   $238,454,145 87
2013/08/23 44 $52,435 -45% 98 $535   $238,550,310 94
2013/08/30 45 $92,335 +76% 59 $1,565   $238,664,225 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/15/201321,379,631 1,379,631$23,439,931$23,439,9311
12/22/20132661,478-52% 2,041,109$11,238,511$34,678,4422
12/29/20132408,930-38% 2,450,039$6,947,721$41,626,1633
1/5/20142160,265-61% 2,610,304$2,722,902$44,349,0654
1/12/2014676,030-53% 2,686,334$1,291,750$45,640,8155
1/19/20141238,450-49% 2,724,784$652,496$46,293,3116
1/26/20141430,556-21% 2,755,340$519,146$46,812,4587

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/15/201321,685,862 1,685,862$37,055,248$37,055,2481
12/22/20132539,771-68% 2,225,633$14,152,787$51,208,0352
12/29/20132333,938-38% 2,559,571$12,729,711$63,937,7463
1/5/20143102,846-69% 2,662,417$3,800,169$67,737,9154
1/12/2014450,516-51% 2,712,933$1,785,251$69,523,1665
1/19/2014922,875-55% 2,735,808$776,613$70,299,7796
1/26/20141016,563-28% 2,752,371$536,132$70,835,9117
2/2/20141110,407-37% 2,762,778$332,409$71,168,3208

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