10,000 B.C.

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $94,784,201Details
International Box Office $174,281,477
Worldwide Box Office $269,065,678
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $27,278,267 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $27,278,267
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

In a remote mountain tribe, the young hunter D'Leh has found his heart's passion the beautiful Evolet. But when a band of mysterious warlords raid his village and kidnap Evolet, D'Leh leads a small group of hunters to pursue the warlords to the end of the world to save her. As they venture into unknown lands for the first time, the group discovers there are civilizations beyond their own and that mankind's reach is far greater than they ever knew. At each encounter the group is joined by other tribes who have been attacked by the slave raiders, turning D'Leh's once-small band into an army. Driven by destiny, the unlikely warriors must battle prehistoric predators while braving the harshest elements. At their heroic journey's end, they uncover a lost civilization and learn their ultimate fate lies in an empire beyond imagination, where great pyramids reach into the skies. Here they will take their stand against a tyrannical god who has brutally enslaved their own. And it is here that D'Leh finally comes to understand that he has been called to save not only Evolet but all of civilization.

Metrics

Movie Details

Production Budget:$105,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 7th, 2008 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 24th, 2008 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense action and violence
Keywords: Voiceover/Narration, Visual Effects
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Centropolis Entertainment, Legendary Pictures, Warner Bros.

DVD Rentals - Vantage Remains on Point

Weak new releases allowed Vantage Point to remain on top of the rental charts with fellow holdover Drillbit Taylor placing second. More...

DVD Rentals - Point to Vantage

Vantage Point led the way on the rental charts, generating nearly 30% revenue more than either of the next two films: Drillbit Taylor, which opened in second place, and 10,000 B.C., which fell from first to third place. More...

DVD Sales - Meet the New Number One

Meet the Browns led all new releases on its way to capturing the number one spot on this week's sales chart. However, its opening week sales of $8.75 million from 474,000 units were not strong to say the least and were behind the $10.64 million in sales generated by Vantage Point. It is important to note that the latter film sold only 407,000 units and only earned more thanks to a higher per unit price. More...

DVD Rentals - 10,000 Brings in the Cash

It was a new release, 10,000 B.C., that led the way on the rental chart beating last week's number one film, Fool's Gold, by a health margin. More...

DVD Sales - 10,000 Definitely Tops the Charts

There were only five new releases to chart this week, but three of them occupied the top three spots. That included 10,000 B.C., which opened with 892,000 units sold and $15.54 million in revenue. More...

DVD Releases for June 24, 2008

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International Details - Forbidden Falls from the Top

The release of Iron Man hit The Forbidden Kingdom knocking it into second place with $9.63 million on 2062 screens in 11 markets for a total of $40.51 million. The film had no major openings, but it did make $1.10 million on 398 screens over the weekend in South Korea for a total of $5.63 million. More...

International Details - No Foolin\'

Fool's Gold opened in a trio of major markets and that helped the film climb into sixth place with $4.93 million on 1809 screens in 39 markets for a total of $26.30 million. The film did relatively well in Spain with $1.03 million on 272 screens and in Germany with $934,000 on 254 screens while earning second place in both markets. On the other hand, it bombed in Italy with just $516,000 on 232 screens landing in sixth place. Overall, it was better than the film's average so far, but not nearly enough to recover from its previous troubles. It should hit $100 million worldwide this weekend, but that's not much compared to its domestic run, nor compared to its production budget. More...

International Details - Island Scores Solid Sixth in Debut

Nim's Island made its first push onto the international chart landing in sixth place with $4.53 million on 970 screens in 7 markets for a very early total of $5.64 million. The film opened in first place in Italy with $1.71 million on 304 screens while it expanded into fourth place in Australia with $780,000 on 196 screens over the weekend for a total of $1.69 million after two. The film also made its debut in France with $1.65 million on 399 screens, which was only enough for fifth place. Nim's Island is using a graduated release schedule and doesn't have a major opening for the rest of the month. On the other hand, it has major openings practically every month right through till the end of summer. More...

International Details - 10,000 Scores a Solid Sixth Place

No new openings left 10,000 B.C. tumbling from second to sixth, but it still pulled in $5.83 million on 4302 screens in 61 markets for a total of $155.16 million. This is substantially more than it made stateside while it is about a week away from $250 million worldwide. More...

International Top Five - Horton Will Be Heard, and Seen

Despite falling nearly 50%, Horton Hears A Who rose to first place on the international charts with $13.02 million 5,879 screens in 53 markets for a total of $75.65 million. The film had no major, or even mid-level openings this week, but it held very well in Australia to climb into first place with $1.46 million on 363 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.16 million after two. On the other hand, it plummeted in the U.K., down 68% to $1.87 million on 504 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.71 million after two. The film has yet to open in France, Italy, South Korea, and Japan, and should have little trouble reaching $100 million before it is done. This is low compared to its domestic run so far. However, Dr. Seuss is not as popular internationally as he is in North America, so this is expected. In fact, overall the film has done better than expected. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Breaks the Century Mark

Not only did 10,000 B.C. remain in first place on the international charts, it also climbed above $100 million during its run. The film added $26.81 million over the weekend on 7337 screens in 57 markets for a total of $117.82 million. This includes openings in China where the movie earned second place with $3.58 million on 1,000 screens, including 537 digital ones. This broke records for widest release in China and the widest digital release on the international scene. However, a glut of new releases pushed the film from first to fifth in the U.K. with $2.06 million on 430 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.55 million. Given the film's hefty production budget and its likely P&A budget, it would need to make $300 million worldwide to have a shot at showing a profit before the home market. This is likely out of the question. On the other hand, to show a profit after the home market, it would only need to make $200 million worldwide. This has likely already happened. More...

Funny Brings in the Money over Bunny Weekend

Easter Weekend is not regarded as a long weekend and expectations were not unreasonably high. However, a few films missed expectations and this left the box office on the south side of predictions. Overall, films earned $113 million over the weekend, which was down 6% from last weekend. More importantly, it was down nearly 16% from the same weekend last year. Hopefully things will turn around in April, because I don't see that happening next weekend. More...

Taylor Made

It's Easter weekend, which is a rather big holiday up here in Canada, but is not even considered a long weekend in the United States. We celebrate it by eating lots of chocolate bunnies (ears first) and cheering or favorite NHL teams into the play-offs. (Or if you are from Toronto saying, "Next year will be different." (...No it won't.)) But there are new wide releases to check out, three of them, in fact. We also have the second weekend for the biggest opener of the year, which is aiming to become repeat champion at the box office. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Stands for Big Cash

10,000 B.C. climbed into first place on the international charts with $38.65 million on 6,569 screens in 48 markets for a total of $74.43 million in just two weeks. The film opened in first place in Russia with $3.99 million on 536 screens and in the U.K. with $3.92 million on 431 screens while it also scored first place in South Korea with $3.13 million on 401 screens over the weekend and $3.56 million in total. It wasn't able to top the charts in either France nor Italy, but had to settle for second place with $3.39 million on 562 screens and $2.91 million on 454 screens respectively. As for holdovers, it held on very well in Mexico, down 28% to $2.98 million on 467 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.16 million. It wasn't as strong in Australia where it fell by more than 50% to $1.01 million on 221 screens over the weekend and $3.83 million in total. 10,000 B.C. will hit $100 million very shortly, but it cost $105 million to make, which will make profitability troublesome. More...

Who Helps End Slump

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Weekend Estimates: Who\'s on First


Who Will Win at the Box Office

2008 is in danger of slipping below 2007's pace this weekend, at least when it comes to ticket sales. Fortunately, this time last year, the three new releases were rather weak while this year, Horton Hears a Who is tracking to become the biggest opening of the year so far. Even so, it will be tough for 2008 to keep pace with 2007. More...

International Top Five - Audiences Welcome International Movies

Bienvenue Chez les Ch'its remained in first place in France, and internationally. In its native market it earned $28.68 million on 840 screens over the weekend for a total of $73.48 million after just two weeks. At this pace it should hit $100 million by this time next weekend, which is an amazing milestone for that market. Add in its two smaller markets and the film made $29.79 million on 905 screens in 3 markets for a total of $75.44 million. More...

Spartans Spank Cavemen

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Per Theater Average Victory is no Walk in the Park

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Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of March 7, 2008

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Tens of Millions on its Way to 10,000 B.C.

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2008 Preview: March

2008 stumbled last month and there doesn't seem to be many potential blockbusters this month. By the end of March last year, there were three films releases that would reach $100 million, including one that reached $200 million, and two others that missed that milestone by less than $5 million. This year, we could enter April without a single $100 million movie. More...

Contest - It\'s All in the Past

The one saturation level release next week is 10,000 B.C., which is ironic since most of this week's prizes are a little on the old side. (We have a glut of prizes that arrived during the Oscar hiatus to give away.) In order to win, one must simply predict 10,000 B.C.'s three-day, opening weekend box office. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win Medabots - Season One on DVD and DISPATCH: ZIMBABWE - Live at Madison Square Garden DVD / CD set. 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 Medabots - Season One on DVD and DISPATCH: ZIMBABWE - Live at Madison Square Garden DVD / CD set. Additionally, one other lucky participant will be chosen randomly and will win a signed poster from City of Men. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/03/07 1 $12,506,898   3,410 $3,668   $12,506,898 1
2008/03/08 1 $14,016,202 +12% 3,410 $4,110   $26,523,100 2
2008/03/09 1 $9,344,388 -33% 3,410 $2,740   $35,867,488 3
2008/03/10 1 $2,684,495 -71% 3,410 $787   $38,551,983 4
2008/03/11 1 $2,317,284 -14% 3,410 $680   $40,869,267 5
2008/03/12 1 $1,988,376 -14% 3,410 $583   $42,857,643 6
2008/03/13 1 $1,946,468 -2% 3,410 $571   $44,804,111 7
2008/03/14 2 $4,945,913 +154% 3,410 $1,450   $49,750,024 8
2008/03/15 2 $7,006,286 +42% 3,410 $2,055   $56,756,310 9
2008/03/16 2 $4,821,113 -31% 3,410 $1,414   $61,577,423 10
2008/03/17 2 $1,386,780 -71% 3,410 $407   $62,964,203 11
2008/03/18 2 $1,438,371 +4% 3,410 $422   $64,402,574 12
2008/03/19 2 $1,386,267 -4% 3,410 $407   $65,788,841 13
2008/03/20 2 $1,601,000 +15% 3,410 $470   $67,390,000 14
2008/03/21 5 $3,086,439 +93% 3,410 $905   $70,476,439 15
2008/03/22 5 $3,425,956 +11% 3,410 $1,005   $73,902,395 16
2008/03/23 3 $2,421,669 -29% 3,410 $710   $76,324,064 17
2008/03/24 4 $1,158,204 -52% 3,410 $340   $77,482,268 18
2008/03/25 4 $867,411 -25% 3,410 $254   $78,349,679 19
2008/03/26 4 $811,188 -6% 3,410 $238   $79,238,105 20
2008/03/27 4 $807,246 n/c 3,410 $237   $80,045,351 21
2008/03/28 8 $1,416,227 +75% 3,055 $464   $81,461,578 22
2008/03/29 7 $2,110,309 +49% 3,055 $691   $83,571,887 23
2008/03/30 6 $1,430,220 -32% 3,055 $468   $85,002,107 24
2008/03/31 6 $408,337 -71% 3,055 $134   $85,410,444 25
2008/04/01 6 $396,161 -3% 3,055 $130   $85,806,605 26
2008/04/02 6 $367,107 -7% 3,055 $120   $86,164,130 27
2008/04/03 6 $388,376 +6% 3,055 $127   $86,552,506 28
2008/04/04 10 $787,099 +103% 2,335 $337   $87,339,605 29
2008/04/05 10 $1,208,189 +53% 2,335 $517   $88,547,794 30
2008/04/06 9 $802,121 -34% 2,335 $344   $89,349,915 31
2008/04/07 8 $228,049 -72% 2,335 $98   $89,577,964 32
2008/04/08 8 $231,587 +2% 2,335 $99   $89,809,551 33
2008/04/09 7 $233,750 +1% 2,335 $100   $90,043,301 34
2008/04/10 8 $232,169 -1% 2,335 $99   $90,275,470 35
2008/04/11 12 $416,622 +79% 1,550 $269   $90,692,092 36
2008/04/12 12 $647,337 +55% 1,550 $418   $91,339,429 37
2008/04/13 11 $414,415 -36% 1,550 $267   $91,753,844 38
2008/04/14 10 $118,280 -71% 1,550 $76   $91,872,124 39
2008/04/15 10 $119,309 +1% 1,550 $77   $91,991,433 40
2008/04/16 10 $117,177 -2% 1,550 $76   $92,108,610 41
2008/04/17 11 $114,820 -2% 1,550 $74   $92,223,430 42
2008/04/18 - $171,679 +50% 855 $201   $92,395,109 43
2008/04/19 - $261,717 +52% 855 $306   $92,656,826 44
2008/04/20 - $169,984 -35% 855 $199   $92,826,810 45
2008/04/21 - $52,393 -69% 855 $61   $92,879,203 46
2008/04/22 - $49,901 -5% 855 $58   $92,929,104 47
2008/04/23 - $52,695 +6% 855 $62   $92,981,799 48
2008/04/24 - $53,766 +2% 855 $63   $93,035,565 49
2008/04/25 - $106,333 +98% 450 $236   $93,141,898 50
2008/04/26 - $154,877 +46% 450 $344   $93,296,775 51
2008/04/27 - $97,224 -37% 450 $216   $93,393,999 52
2008/04/28 - $26,401 -73% 450 $59   $93,420,400 53
2008/04/29 - $24,828 -6% 450 $55   $93,445,228 54
2008/04/30 - $25,569 +3% 450 $57   $93,470,797 55
2008/05/01 - $21,322 -17% 450 $47   $93,492,119 56
2008/05/02 - $46,340 +117% 265 $175   $93,538,459 57
2008/05/03 - $66,120 +43% 265 $250   $93,604,579 58
2008/05/04 - $39,722 -40% 265 $150   $93,644,301 59
2008/05/05 - $10,924 -72% 265 $41   $93,655,225 60
2008/05/06 - $13,103 +20% 265 $49   $93,668,328 61
2008/05/07 - $13,129 n/c 265 $50   $93,681,457 62
2008/05/08 - $13,584 +3% 265 $51   $93,695,041 63
2008/05/09 - $105,378 +676% 409 $258   $93,800,419 64
2008/05/10 - $154,234 +46% 409 $377   $93,954,653 65
2008/05/11 - $87,795 -43% 409 $215   $94,042,448 66
2008/05/12 - $25,706 -71% 409 $63   $94,068,154 67
2008/05/13 - $25,441 -1% 409 $62   $94,093,595 68
2008/05/14 - $23,347 -8% 409 $57   $94,116,942 69
2008/05/15 - $22,819 -2% 409 $56   $94,139,761 70
2008/05/16 - $55,005 +141% 290 $190   $94,194,766 71
2008/05/17 - $84,646 +54% 290 $292   $94,279,412 72
2008/05/18 - $64,613 -24% 290 $223   $94,344,025 73
2008/05/19 - $20,877 -68% 290 $72   $94,364,902 74
2008/05/20 - $18,332 -12% 290 $63   $94,383,234 75
2008/05/21 - $15,949 -13% 290 $55   $94,399,183 76
2008/05/26 23 $27,270   187 $146   $94,549,440 81
2008/05/27 - $9,285 -66% 187 $50   $94,558,725 82
2008/05/28 - $9,563 +3% 187 $51   $94,568,288 83
2008/05/29 - $9,653 +1% 187 $52   $94,577,941 84
2008/05/30 - $18,270 +89% 139 $131   $94,596,211 85
2008/05/31 - $29,853 +63% 139 $215   $94,626,064 86
2008/06/01 - $21,382 -28% 139 $154   $94,647,446 87
2008/06/02 - $8,660 -59% 139 $62   $94,656,106 88
2008/06/03 - $8,876 +2% 139 $64   $94,664,982 89
2008/06/04 - $9,341 +5% 139 $67   $94,674,323 90
2008/06/05 - $9,449 +1% 139 $68   $94,683,772 91
2008/06/06 - $10,109 +7% 76 $133   $94,693,881 92
2008/06/07 - $15,712 +55% 76 $207   $94,709,593 93
2008/06/08 - $10,469 -33% 76 $138   $94,720,062 94
2008/06/09 - $6,598 -37% 76 $87   $94,726,660 95
2008/06/10 - $5,962 -10% 76 $78   $94,732,622 96
2008/06/11 - $6,220 +4% 76 $82   $94,738,842 97
2008/06/12 - $5,739 -8% 76 $76   $94,744,581 98
2008/06/13 - $8,465 +47% 45 $188   $94,753,046 99
2008/06/14 - $9,406 +11% 45 $209   $94,762,452 100
2008/06/15 - $8,096 -14% 45 $180   $94,770,548 101
2008/06/16 - $3,168 -61% 45 $70   $94,773,716 102
2008/06/17 - $3,341 +5% 45 $74   $94,777,057 103
2008/06/18 - $3,483 +4% 45 $77   $94,780,540 104
2008/06/19 - $3,661 +5% 45 $81   $94,784,201 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/03/07 1 $35,867,488   3,410 $10,518   $35,867,488 3
2008/03/14 2 $16,773,312 -53% 3,410 $4,919   $61,577,423 10
2008/03/21 5 $8,934,064 -47% 3,454 $2,587   $76,401,302 17
2008/03/28 7 $4,947,174 -45% 3,055 $1,619   $84,992,525 24
2008/04/04 10 $2,797,409 -43% 2,335 $1,198   $89,349,915 31
2008/04/11 12 $1,478,374 -47% 1,550 $954   $91,753,844 38
2008/04/18 16 $603,380 -59% 855 $706   $92,826,810 45
2008/04/25 22 $358,434 -41% 450 $797   $93,393,999 52
2008/05/02 28 $152,182 -58% 265 $574   $93,644,301 59
2008/05/09 19 $347,407 +128% 409 $849   $94,042,448 66
2008/05/16 22 $204,264 -41% 290 $704   $94,344,025 73
2008/05/23 24 $104,783 -49% 187 $560   $94,522,170 80
2008/05/30 28 $69,505 -34% 139 $500   $94,647,446 87
2008/06/06 42 $36,290 -48% 76 $478   $94,720,062 94
2008/06/13 50 $25,967 -28% 45 $577   $94,770,548 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/29/20081856,517 856,517$12,839,190$12,839,1901
7/6/20083263,569-69% 1,120,086$4,401,602$17,240,7922
7/13/20086135,729-49% 1,255,815$2,306,036$19,546,8283
7/20/2008783,132-39% 1,338,947$1,412,413$20,959,2414
7/27/2008773,166-12% 1,412,113$1,243,090$22,202,3315
8/3/20081156,555-23% 1,468,668$960,869$23,163,2006
8/10/20082137,772-33% 1,506,440$641,746$23,804,9477
8/17/20081837,810n/c1,544,250$577,737$24,382,6838
9/7/20082141,246 1,629,398$500,314$25,541,08811

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Cast

Steven Strait    D'Leh
Camilla Belle    Evolet
Cliff Curtis    Tic-Tic
Reece Ritchie    Moha
Marco Khan    One Eye
Tim Barlow    The Pyramid God
Joel Virgel    Nakudu
Omar Sharif    Narrator

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Roland Emmerich
Screenwriter    Roland Emmerich
Screenwriter    Harald Kloser
Producer    Michael Wimer
Producer    Roland Emmerich
Producer    Mark Gordon
Executive Producer    Harald Kloser
Executive Producer    Sarah Bradshaw
Executive Producer    Tom Karnowski
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    William Fay
Executive Producer    Scott Mednick
Co-Producer    Ossie von Richthofen
Co-Producer    Aaron Boyd
Cinematographer    Ueli Steiger
Editor    Alexander Berner
Composer    Harald Kloser
Composer    Thomas Wander
Production Designer    Jean-Vincent Puzo
Supervising Art Director    Jules Cook
Supervising Art Director    Michael Berg
Supervising Art Director    Robin Auld
Art Director    Mark Homes
Art Director    Heather Cameron
Art Director    David Warren
Art Director    Fleur Whitlock
Set Decorator    Emelia Weavind
Costume Designer    Odile Dicks-Mireaux
Costume Designer    Renee April
Sound    Nico Louw
Supervising Sound Editor    Jeremey Price
Supervising Sound Editor    Simon Greshon
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Burdon
Re-recording Mixer    Doug Cooper
Visual Effects Supervisor    Karen Goulekas
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jim Mitchell
Special Effects Supervisor    Dominic Tuohy
Make-up and Hair Designer    Thomas Nellen
Stunt Coordinator    Franklin Henson
Associate Producer    Kirstin Winkler
Assistant Director    Matthew Penry-Davey
Second Unit Camera    Anna J. Foerster
Casting    Leo Davis
Casting    Lissy Holm
Casting    Mali Finn