3:10 to Yuma

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $53,606,916Details
International Box Office $17,564,909
Worldwide Box Office $71,171,825
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $56,292,917 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,544,311 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $57,837,228
Further financial details...

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

Production Budget:$48,000,000
Theatrical Release: September 2nd, 2007 (Sneak Peek) by Lionsgate
September 7th, 2007 (Wide) by Lionsgate
Video Release: January 8th, 2008 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for violence and some language
Keywords: Gangs
Source:Remake
Genre:Western
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Relativity Media, Tree Line Film

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DVD Rentals - Yuma on Track

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DVD Sales - First place to Yuma

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DVD Releases for January 8, 2008

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Award Season - SAG Follows the Script - SAG Nominations

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Going as Planned

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Box Office Bounces Back

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Brave or Foolish?

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Fortune Favors The Brave One

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Yuma On Track, Others Miss the Mark

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Weekend Estimates - 3:10 to Yuma Opens with Bang, Shoot \'Em Up Fires Blanks

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Cast

Russell Crowe    Ben Wade
Christian Bale    Dan Evans
Peter Fonda    Byron McElroy
Gretchen Mol    Alice Evans
Ben Foster    Charlie Prince
Dallas Roberts    Grayson Butterfield
Alan Tudyk    Doc Potter
Vinessa Shaw    Emma Nelson
Logan Lerman    William Evans
Kevin Durand    Tucker
Lennie Loftin    Glen Hollander
Johnny Whitworth    Darden
Luce Rains    Marshal Weathers
Rio Alexander    Campos
Shawn D. Howell    Jackson
Pat Ricotti    Jorgensen
Ramon Frank    Kinter
Deryle Lujan    Nez
James Augure    Nez
Brian Duffy    Sutherland
Jason Rodriguez    Tighe
Chris Browning    Crawley
Chad Brummett    Kane
Forrest Fyre    Walter Boles
Luke Wilson    Zeke
Ben Petry    Mark Evans
Arron Shiver    Bill Moons
Sean Hennigan    Marshal Will Doane
Girard Swan    Deputy Harvey Pell
Christopher Berry    Deputy Sam Fuller
David Oliver    Evil Bartender
Jason Henning    Train Clerk

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Mangold
Producer    Cathy Konrad
Story Creator    Elmore Leonard
Screenwriter    Halsted Welles
Screenwriter    Michael Brandt
Screenwriter    Derek Haas
Executive Producer    Lynwood Spinks
Executive Producer    Stuart Besser
Executive Producer    Ryan Kavanaugh
Director of Photography    Phedon Papamichael
Production Designer    Andrew Menzies
Editor    Michael McCusker
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Costume Designer    Arianne Phillips
Casting Director    Lisa Beach
Associate Producer    Aaron Downing
Associate Producer    Dixie J. Capp
Assistant Director    Nicholas Mastandrea
Second Unit Director    Freddie Hice
Unit Production Manager    Stuart Besser
Art Director    Gregory A. Berry
Set Decorator    Jay R. Hart
Second Unit Camera    Mark Vargo
Costume Supervisor    Linda Matthews
Additional Editor    Lee Grubin
Sound Mixer    Jim Stuebe
Sound Mixer    Rich Van Dyke
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Massey
Re-recording Mixer    David Giammarco
Supervising Sound Editor    Don Sylvester
Sound Effects Editor    Ted Caplan
Sound Effects Editor    Steve Bissinger
Sound Designer    Don Sylvester
Dialogue Editor    Simon Coke
Music Editor    Jim Schultz
Make up    Jane Galli
Make up    Taylor Roberts
Hairstylist    Kathrine Gordon
Hairstylist    Betty Lou Skinner
Hairstylist    Gloria Casny
Special Make-up Effects    Cory Welk
Music Producer    Buck Sanders
Additional Casting    Sarah Katzman
Additional Casting    Jo Edno Boldin
Stunt Coordinator    Freddie Hice

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/09/07 1 $4,664,908   2,652 $1,759   $4,664,908 1
2007/09/08 1 $5,639,120 +21% 2,652 $2,126   $10,304,028 2
2007/09/09 1 $3,731,005 -34% 2,652 $1,407   $14,035,033 3
2007/09/10 1 $1,359,560 -64% 2,652 $513   $15,394,593 4
2007/09/11 1 $1,487,815 +9% 2,652 $561   $16,882,408 5
2007/09/12 1 $1,270,000 -15% 2,652 $479   $18,152,000 6
2007/09/13 1 $1,250,000 -2% 2,652 $471   $19,408,000 7
2007/09/14 3 $2,745,804 +120% 2,667 $1,030   $22,145,143 8
2007/09/15 2 $3,868,179 +41% 2,667 $1,450   $26,013,322 9
2007/09/16 2 $2,316,906 -40% 2,667 $869   $28,330,228 10
2007/09/17 2 $793,991 -66% 2,667 $298   $29,124,219 11
2007/09/18 2 $865,000 +9% 2,667 $324   $29,989,000 12
2007/09/19 2 $783,699 -9% 2,667 $294   $30,773,079 13
2007/09/20 2 $788,175 +1% 2,667 $296   $31,561,254 14
2007/09/21 5 $1,814,274 +130% 2,902 $625   $33,375,528 15
2007/09/22 4 $2,823,097 +56% 2,902 $973   $36,198,625 16
2007/09/23 4 $1,520,253 -46% 2,902 $524   $37,718,878 17
2007/09/24 5 $475,000 -69% 2,902 $164   $38,194,000 18
2007/09/25 4 $526,996 +11% 2,902 $182   $38,726,153 19
2007/09/26 4 $500,972 -5% 2,902 $173   $39,227,125 20
2007/09/27 4 $516,419 +3% 2,902 $178   $39,743,544 21
2007/09/28 5 $1,230,077 +138% 3,006 $409   $40,973,621 22
2007/09/29 5 $1,908,537 +55% 3,006 $635   $42,882,158 23
2007/09/30 5 $1,069,752 -44% 3,006 $356   $43,951,910 24
2007/10/01 5 $358,846 -66% 3,006 $119   $44,310,756 25
2007/10/02 5 $425,676 +19% 3,006 $142   $44,736,432 26
2007/10/03 5 $387,034 -9% 3,006 $129   $45,123,466 27
2007/10/04 5 $389,818 +1% 3,006 $130   $45,513,284 28
2007/10/05 8 $919,908 +136% 2,562 $359   $46,433,192 29
2007/10/06 7 $1,386,491 +51% 2,562 $541   $47,819,683 30
2007/10/07 7 $909,070 -34% 2,562 $355   $48,728,753 31
2007/10/08 7 $452,211 -50% 2,562 $177   $49,180,964 32
2007/10/09 6 $316,937 -30% 2,562 $124   $49,497,901 33
2007/10/10 6 $274,107 -14% 2,562 $107   $49,731,488 34
2007/10/11 6 $265,806 -3% 2,562 $104   $49,997,294 35
2007/10/15 11 $160,000   1,820 $88   $51,695,000 39
2007/10/16 11 $180,000 +13% 1,820 $99   $51,875,000 40
2007/10/17 11 $183,056 +2% 1,820 $101   $52,052,555 41
2007/10/18 11 $183,810 n/c 1,820 $101   $52,236,365 42

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/09/07 1 $14,035,033   2,652 $5,292   $14,035,033 3
2007/09/14 2 $8,930,889 -36% 2,667 $3,349   $28,330,228 10
2007/09/21 4 $6,157,624 -31% 2,902 $2,122   $37,718,878 17
2007/09/28 5 $4,208,366 -32% 3,006 $1,400   $43,951,910 24
2007/10/05 7 $3,215,469 -24% 2,562 $1,255   $48,728,753 31
2007/10/12 12 $1,538,167 -52% 1,820 $845   $51,535,461 38
2007/10/19 22 $502,313 -67% 613 $819   $52,738,678 45
2007/10/26 28 $263,555 -48% 371 $710   $53,197,505 52
2007/11/02 32 $126,227 -52% 209 $604   $53,443,978 59
2007/11/09 41 $78,726 -38% 140 $562   $53,574,088 66

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/13/200811,075,881 1,075,881$20,280,357$20,280,3571
1/20/20083376,463-65% 1,452,344$7,645,964$27,926,3202
1/27/20083197,068-48% 1,649,412$4,047,777$31,974,0973
2/3/20085110,385-44% 1,759,797$2,195,767$34,169,8644
2/10/20089101,010-8% 1,860,807$2,029,291$36,199,1555
2/17/200812138,020+37% 1,998,827$2,754,879$38,954,0356
2/24/20081381,033-41% 2,079,860$1,620,660$40,574,6957
3/2/200814118,068+46% 2,197,928$2,375,528$42,950,2238
3/9/20081563,541-46% 2,261,469$1,299,413$44,249,6369
3/16/20082262,217-2% 2,323,686$1,294,736$45,544,37210
3/23/20082291,828+48% 2,415,514$1,707,083$47,251,45411
3/30/20082532,814-64% 2,448,328$629,576$47,881,03012
4/6/20082039,153+19% 2,487,481$819,864$48,700,89413

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/5/20101112,495 12,495$157,815$157,815139
9/12/20101210,016-20% 22,511$83,633$241,448140
9/19/2010129,148-9% 31,659$73,823$315,271141
9/26/2010155,338-42% 36,997$54,824$370,095142

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