Alice in Wonderland

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $334,191,110Details
International Box Office $690,200,000
Worldwide Box Office $1,024,391,110
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $78,675,576 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $31,878,298 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $110,553,874
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
51% - Rotten
Audience
55% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 5th, 2010 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
March 5th, 2010 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: June 1st, 2010 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for fantasy action/violence involving scary images and situations, and for a smoking caterpillar
(Rating bulletin 2107, 2/10/2010)
Franchise: Alice in Wonderland
Keywords: 3-D, Hallucinations, Twins, Sibling Rivalry, Non-Chronological, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Animal Lead, Dragon, Talking Animals, Arranged Marriage, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Roth Films, Zancuk Company

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Cast

Johnny Depp    Mad Hatter
Mia Wasikowska    Alice
Helena Bonham Carter    Red Queen
Anne Hathaway    White Queen
Crispin Glover    Stayne - Knave of Hearts
Matt Lucas    Tweedledee/Tweedledum
Lindsay Duncan    Helen Kingsleigh
Geraldine James    Lady Ascot
Tim Pigott-Smith    Lord Ascot
Marton Csokas    Charles Kingsleigh
Leo Bill    Hamish
Frances de la Tour    Aunt Imogene
Jemma Powell    Margaret Kingsleigh
John Hopkins    Lowell
Alan Rickman    Blue Caterpillar
Stephen Fry    Cheshire Cat
Michael Sheen    White Rabbit
Timothy Spall    Bayard
Barbara Windsor    Dormouse
Christopher Lee    Jabberwocky
Michael Gough    Dodo Bird
Jim Carter    Executioner
Imelda Staunton    Tall Flower Faces
Paul Whitehouse    March Hare
David "Elsewhere" Bernal    Hatter Futterwacken Dance Double
Chris Grabher    Hightopp Hat Juggler
Bonnie Parker    Party Dancer
John Surman    Colleague #1
Peter Mattinson    Colleague #2
Eleanor Gecks    Faith Chattaway
Eleanor Tomlinson    Fiona Chattaway
Rebecca Crookshank    Strange Woman Kisser
Mairi Ella Challen    6-Year-Old Alice
Holly Hawkins    Red Queen Court: Woman with Large Nose
Lucy Davenport    Red Queen Court: Woman with Big Ears
Joel Swetow    Red Queen Court: Man with Large Belly
Jessica Oyelowo    Red Queen Court: Woman with Large Poitrine
Ethan Cohn    Red Queen Court: Man with Large Chin
Richard Alonzo    Red Queen Court: Man with Big Forehead
Harry Taylor    Ship Captain
Frank Welker    Additional Vocal Effects

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tim Burton
Screenwriter    Linda Woolverton
Producer    Richard D. Zanuck
Producer    Suzanne Todd
Producer    Jennifer Todd
Producer    Joe Roth
Executive Producer    Peter Tobyansen
Executive Producer    Chris Lebenzon
Co-Producer    Katterli Frauenfelder
Co-Producer    Tom Peitzman
Cinematographer    Dariusz Wolski
Editor    Chris Lebenzon
Composer    Danny Elfman
Production Designer    Robert Stromberg
Supervising Art Director    Stefan Dechant
Supervising Art Director    Andrew Nicholson
Art Director    Todd Cherniawsky
Art Director    Andrew L. Jones
Art Director    Mike Stassi
Art Director    Christina Wilson
Art Director    Timothy Browning
Set Designer    C. Scott Baker
Set Decorator    Jackson Bishop
Set Designer    Jackson Bishop
Set Decorator    Tammy Lee
Set Designer    Tammy Lee
Set Decorator    Jeff Markwith
Set Designer    Jeff Markwith
Set Decorator    Richard Mays
Set Designer    Richard Mays
Set Decorator    David Moreau
Set Designer    David Moreau
Set Decorator    Annie Porter
Set Designer    Annie Porter
Set Decorator    Karen O'Hara
Set Decorator    Peter Young
Costume Designer    Colleen Atwood
Sound Mixer    William B. Kaplan
Sound Designer    Steve Boeddeker
Supervising Sound Editor    Steve Boeddeker
Supervising Sound Editor    David Evans
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Johnson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ken Ralston
Visual Effects Supervisor    Sean Phillips
Visual Effects Supervisor    Carey Villegas
Animation Supervisor    David Schaub
Make-up and Hair Designer    Valli O'Reilly
Line Producer    Mary Richards

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/03/05 1 $40,804,962   3,728 $10,946   $40,804,962 1
2010/03/06 1 $44,209,073 +8% 3,728 $11,859   $85,014,035 2
2010/03/07 1 $31,086,988 -30% 3,728 $8,339   $116,101,023 3
2010/03/08 1 $9,008,430 -71% 3,728 $2,416   $125,109,453 4
2010/03/09 1 $7,976,108 -11% 3,728 $2,140   $133,085,561 5
2010/03/10 1 $6,772,798 -15% 3,728 $1,817   $139,858,359 6
2010/03/11 1 $6,766,997 n/c 3,728 $1,815   $146,625,356 7
2010/03/12 1 $17,281,335 +155% 3,728 $4,636   $163,906,691 8
2010/03/13 1 $26,896,938 +56% 3,728 $7,215   $190,803,629 9
2010/03/14 1 $18,535,803 -31% 3,728 $4,972   $209,339,432 10
2010/03/15 1 $6,054,110 -67% 3,728 $1,624   $215,393,542 11
2010/03/16 1 $6,010,072 -1% 3,728 $1,612   $221,403,614 12
2010/03/17 1 $4,716,921 -22% 3,728 $1,265   $226,120,535 13
2010/03/18 1 $5,123,133 +9% 3,728 $1,374   $231,243,668 14
2010/03/19 1 $9,815,632 +92% 3,739 $2,625   $241,059,300 15
2010/03/20 1 $14,446,233 +47% 3,739 $3,864   $255,505,533 16
2010/03/21 1 $9,928,104 -31% 3,739 $2,655   $265,433,637 17
2010/03/22 1 $2,760,338 -72% 3,739 $738   $268,193,975 18
2010/03/23 1 $2,682,915 -3% 3,739 $718   $270,876,890 19
2010/03/24 1 $2,376,121 -11% 3,739 $635   $273,253,011 20
2010/03/25 1 $2,574,066 +8% 3,739 $688   $275,827,077 21
2010/03/26 2 $4,916,513 +91% 3,384 $1,453   $280,743,590 22
2010/03/27 2 $7,434,111 +51% 3,384 $2,197   $288,177,701 23
2010/03/28 2 $5,357,234 -28% 3,384 $1,583   $293,534,935 24
2010/03/29 2 $1,987,722 -63% 3,384 $587   $295,522,657 25
2010/03/30 2 $2,037,237 +2% 3,384 $602   $297,559,894 26
2010/03/31 3 $1,908,799 -6% 3,243 $589   $299,459,690 27
2010/04/01 4 $2,066,003 +8% 3,243 $637   $301,525,693 28
2010/04/02 5 $3,010,176 +46% 2,980 $1,010   $304,535,869 29
2010/04/03 5 $3,142,770 +4% 2,980 $1,055   $307,678,639 30
2010/04/04 6 $2,055,114 -35% 2,980 $690   $309,733,753 31
2010/04/05 5 $1,231,848 -40% 2,980 $413   $310,965,601 32
2010/04/06 5 $957,200 -22% 2,980 $321   $311,922,801 33
2010/04/07 5 $873,985 -9% 2,980 $293   $312,796,786 34
2010/04/08 5 $911,002 +4% 2,980 $306   $313,707,788 35
2010/04/09 7 $1,631,023 +79% 2,530 $645   $315,338,811 36
2010/04/10 6 $2,262,378 +39% 2,530 $894   $317,601,189 37
2010/04/11 7 $1,408,329 -38% 2,530 $557   $319,009,518 38
2010/04/12 7 $371,236 -74% 2,530 $147   $319,380,754 39
2010/04/13 7 $393,699 +6% 2,530 $156   $319,774,453 40
2010/04/14 7 $345,916 -12% 2,530 $137   $320,120,369 41
2010/04/15 7 $354,490 +2% 2,530 $140   $320,474,859 42
2010/04/16 10 $926,109 +161% 2,024 $458   $321,400,968 43
2010/04/17 8 $1,692,578 +83% 2,024 $836   $323,093,546 44
2010/04/18 7 $1,037,755 -39% 2,024 $513   $324,131,301 45
2010/04/19 8 $281,373 -73% 2,024 $139   $324,412,674 46
2010/04/20 8 $308,938 +10% 2,024 $153   $324,721,612 47
2010/04/21 8 $268,098 -13% 2,024 $132   $324,989,710 48
2010/04/22 9 $283,216 +6% 2,024 $140   $325,272,926 49
2010/04/23 11 $587,723 +108% 1,385 $424   $325,860,649 50
2010/04/24 10 $1,006,102 +71% 1,385 $726   $326,866,751 51
2010/04/25 10 $670,272 -33% 1,385 $484   $327,537,023 52
2010/04/26 11 $174,432 -74% 1,385 $126   $327,711,455 53
2010/04/27 11 $187,772 +8% 1,385 $136   $327,899,227 54
2010/04/28 11 $153,149 -18% 1,385 $111   $328,052,376 55
2010/04/29 11 $156,065 +2% 1,385 $113   $328,208,441 56
2010/04/30 12 $394,721 +153% 1,050 $376   $328,603,162 57
2010/05/01 12 $673,045 +71% 1,050 $641   $329,276,207 58
2010/05/02 12 $410,459 -39% 1,050 $391   $329,686,666 59
2010/05/03 12 $118,286 -71% 1,050 $113   $329,804,952 60
2010/05/04 12 $121,044 +2% 1,050 $115   $329,925,996 61
2010/05/05 12 $109,362 -10% 1,050 $104   $330,035,358 62
2010/05/06 13 $109,870 n/c 1,050 $105   $330,145,228 63
2010/05/07 - $160,781 +46% 582 $276   $330,306,009 64
2010/05/08 - $282,427 +76% 582 $485   $330,588,436 65
2010/05/09 - $269,513 -5% 582 $463   $330,857,949 66
2010/05/10 - $57,658 -79% 582 $99   $330,915,607 67
2010/05/11 - $61,244 +6% 582 $105   $330,976,851 68
2010/05/12 - $58,095 -5% 582 $100   $331,034,946 69
2010/05/13 - $58,767 +1% 582 $101   $331,093,713 70
2010/05/14 - $113,215 +93% 403 $281   $331,206,928 71
2010/05/15 - $204,299 +80% 403 $507   $331,411,227 72
2010/05/16 - $122,688 -40% 403 $304   $331,533,915 73
2010/05/17 - $39,557 -68% 403 $98   $331,573,472 74
2010/05/18 - $48,676 +23% 403 $121   $331,622,148 75
2010/05/19 - $43,917 -10% 403 $109   $331,666,065 76
2010/05/20 - $43,444 -1% 403 $108   $331,709,509 77
2010/05/21 - $127,345 +193% 411 $310   $331,836,854 78
2010/05/22 - $209,977 +65% 411 $511   $332,046,831 79
2010/05/23 - $147,435 -30% 411 $359   $332,194,266 80
2010/05/24 - $59,816 -59% 411 $146   $332,254,082 81
2010/05/25 - $62,440 +4% 411 $152   $332,316,522 82
2010/05/26 - $54,057 -13% 411 $132   $332,370,579 83
2010/05/27 - $59,621 +10% 411 $145   $332,430,200 84
2010/05/31 13 $143,206   341 $420   $333,160,345 88
2010/07/05 67 $1,956   23 $85   $334,185,206 123

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/03/05 1 $116,101,023   3,728 $31,143   $116,101,023 3
2010/03/12 1 $62,714,076 -46% 3,728 $16,822   $209,339,432 10
2010/03/19 1 $34,189,969 -45% 3,739 $9,144   $265,433,637 17
2010/03/26 2 $17,707,858 -48% 3,384 $5,233   $293,534,935 24
2010/04/02 5 $8,208,060 -54% 2,980 $2,754   $309,733,753 31
2010/04/09 7 $5,301,730 -35% 2,530 $2,096   $319,009,518 38
2010/04/16 8 $3,656,442 -31% 2,024 $1,807   $324,131,301 45
2010/04/23 10 $2,264,097 -38% 1,385 $1,635   $327,537,023 52
2010/04/30 12 $1,478,225 -35% 1,050 $1,408   $329,686,666 59
2010/05/07 14 $712,721 -52% 582 $1,225   $330,857,949 66
2010/05/14 18 $440,202 -38% 403 $1,092   $331,533,915 73
2010/05/21 15 $484,757 +10% 411 $1,179   $332,194,266 80
2010/05/28 12 $586,939 +21% 341 $1,721   $333,017,139 87
2010/06/04 18 $300,515 -49% 277 $1,085   $333,627,878 94
2010/06/11 30 $142,144 -53% 223 $637   $333,920,165 101
2010/06/18 40 $83,057 -42% 140 $593   $334,089,394 108
2010/06/25 53 $27,399 -67% 65 $422   $334,162,182 115
2010/07/02 72 $4,684 -83% 23 $204   $334,183,250 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/6/201012,095,878 2,095,878$35,441,297$35,441,2971
6/13/20101657,124-69% 2,753,002$12,336,386$47,777,6832
6/20/20102297,283-55% 3,050,285$5,636,307$53,413,9903
6/27/20104168,239-43% 3,218,524$3,685,343$57,099,3334
7/4/20104222,411+32% 3,440,935$3,610,376$60,709,7085
7/11/20105105,351-53% 3,546,286$1,705,074$62,414,7836
7/18/2010779,520-25% 3,625,806$1,659,980$64,074,7637
7/25/2010973,179-8% 3,698,985$1,507,670$65,582,4338
8/1/20101245,887-37% 3,744,872$916,574$66,499,0089
8/8/20101842,764-7% 3,787,636$854,549$67,353,55610
8/15/2010757,087+33% 3,844,723$1,199,780$68,553,33711
8/22/20101343,370-24% 3,888,093$810,898$69,364,23412
8/29/20101839,690-8% 3,927,783$835,129$70,199,36313
9/5/20101636,854-7% 3,964,637$760,630$70,959,99314

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/6/20101492,597 492,597$12,433,148$12,433,1481
6/13/20101170,201-65% 662,798$4,374,166$16,807,3142
6/20/20102106,269-38% 769,067$2,674,778$19,482,0923
6/27/2010644,866-58% 813,933$1,230,229$20,712,3214
7/4/2010730,594-32% 844,527$825,739$21,538,0605
7/11/2010722,726-26% 867,253$635,205$22,173,2656
7/18/2010817,365-24% 884,619$479,804$22,653,0697
7/25/2010914,368-17% 898,987$399,575$23,052,6448
8/1/20101011,293-21% 910,280$329,757$23,382,4019
8/8/20102011,208-1% 921,488$307,323$23,689,72410
8/15/201088,260-26% 929,748$231,952$23,921,67611
8/22/2010910,530+27% 940,277$267,671$24,189,34712
8/29/2010176,514-38% 946,792$176,720$24,366,06713
10/3/2010815,552 1,019,124$440,444$26,414,58918

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