Artificial Intelligence: AI

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $78,616,689Details
International Box Office $157,283,311
Worldwide Box Office $235,900,000
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
73% - Certified Fresh
Audience
64% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$90,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 29th, 2001 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: March 5th, 2002 by Dreamworks Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexual content and violent images
Keywords: Post Apocalypse, Prostitution, Dysfunctional Family, Medical and Hospitals, Living Toys, Artificial Intelligence, Voiceover/Narration, Robot
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Amblin Entertainment, DreamWorks Pictures

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 5th, 2011

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Featured Blu-ray Review: A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

When A.I.: Artificial Intelligence was released a decade ago it was seen as a very ambitious project by Steven Spielberg. It was based on a script by Stanley Kubrick, which the legendary director had been working on for decades. It starred Haley Joel Osment, who just two years earlier had earned an Oscar nomination for The Sixth Sense. However, despite costing more than $100 million to get to theaters, it opened with less than $30 million during its debut. To put this into perspective, the week before The Fast and the Furious opened with more than $40 million. Worse still, the latter film actually had better legs and within a couple weeks, A.I. was barely in the top ten, and at the end of the month, it was all but gone from theaters. Was the film ahead of its time? Was there an issue with poor marketing? (Some were expecting a kids movie more like E.T.) Or is there something else? More...

Cast

Haley Joel Osment    David Swinton
Jude Law    Gigolo Joe
Frances O'Connor    Monica Swinton
Brendan Gleeson    Lord Johnson-Johnson
William Hurt    Professor Hobby
Sam Robards    Henry Swinton
Jake Thomas    Martin Swinton
Ken Leung    Syatyoo-Sama
Michael Mantell    Dr. Frazier
Michael Berresse    Stage Manager
Kathryn Morris    Teenage Honey
Robin Williams    Dr. Know
Meryl Streep    Blue Fairy
Ben Kingsley    Narrator/Mecha
Jack Angel    Teddy
Chris Rock    Mecha

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Steven Spielberg
Screenwriter    Steven Spielberg
Producer    Steven Spielberg
Screen Story    Ian Watson
Based on the Short Story "Supertoys Last All Summer Long"    Brian Aldiss
Producer    Bonnie Curtis
Producer    Kathleen Kennedy
Executive Producer    Jan Harlan
Executive Producer    Walter F. Parkes
Cinematographer    Janusz Kaminski
Editor    Michael Kahn
Composer    John Williams
Production Designer    Rick Carter
Art Director    Richard L. Johnson
Art Director    Jim Teegarden
Art Director    Thomas Valentine
Set Designer    Pamela Klamer
Set Designer    Dawn Brown Manser
Set Designer    Masako Masuda
Set Designer    Richard Mays
Set Designer    Thomas Minton
Set Designer    Steven Schwartz
Set Designer    Easton Smith
Set Designer    Patte Strong-Lord
Set Designer    Darrell L. Wight
Set Decorator    Nancy Haigh
Costume Designer    Bob Ringwood
Sound    Ronald Judkins
Sound Designer    Gary Rydstrom
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard Hymns
Special Effects Supervisor    Michael Lantieri
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dennis Muren
Visual Effects Supervisor    Scott Farrar

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2001/06/29 1 $10,139,500   3,242 $3,128   $10,139,500 1
2001/06/30 1 $11,310,500 +12% 3,242 $3,489   $21,450,000 2
2001/07/01 1 $8,590,000 -24% 3,242 $2,650   $29,352,630 3
2001/07/02 1 $3,747,719 -56% 3,242 $1,156   $33,100,349 4
2001/07/03 1 $4,389,321 +17% 3,242 $1,354   $37,489,670 5
2001/07/04 3 $5,160,477 +18% 3,242 $1,592   $42,650,147 6
2001/07/05 3 $2,885,571 -44% 3,242 $890   $45,535,718 7
2001/07/06 4 $4,476,500 +55% 3,242 $1,381   $50,012,500 8
2001/07/07 3 $5,575,000 +25% 3,242 $1,720   $55,587,500 9
2001/07/08 3 $4,130,000 -26% 3,242 $1,274   $59,573,204 10
2001/07/09 4 $1,445,279 -65% 3,242 $446   $61,018,483 11
2001/07/10 4 $1,506,580 +4% 3,242 $465   $62,525,063 12
2001/07/11 6 $1,244,351 -17% 3,242 $384   $63,769,414 13
2001/07/12 6 $1,113,150 -11% 3,242 $343   $64,882,564 14
2001/07/13 9 $1,563,000 +40% 2,830 $552   $66,445,500 15
2001/07/14 9 $2,091,000 +34% 2,830 $739   $68,536,500 16
2001/07/15 9 $1,478,000 -29% 2,830 $522   $70,097,455 17
2001/07/16 9 $609,554 -59% 2,830 $215   $70,707,009 18
2001/07/17 9 $742,444 +22% 2,830 $262   $71,449,453 19
2001/07/18 11 $473,869 -36% 2,830 $167   $71,923,322 20
2001/07/19 11 $430,256 -9% 2,830 $152   $72,353,578 21
2001/07/22 12 $650,000   2,315 $281   $74,522,517 24
2001/07/23 12 $303,033 -53% 2,315 $131   $74,825,550 25
2001/07/24 12 $341,025 +13% 2,315 $147   $75,166,575 26
2001/07/25 12 $305,671 -10% 2,315 $132   $75,472,246 27
2001/07/26 12 $303,236 -1% 2,315 $131   $75,775,482 28
2001/07/29 15 $270,000   1,327 $203   $76,719,018 31
2001/07/30 15 $116,065 -57% 1,327 $87   $76,835,083 32
2001/07/31 14 $148,360 +28% 1,327 $112   $76,983,443 33
2001/08/01 14 $140,702 -5% 1,327 $106   $77,124,145 34
2001/08/02 14 $146,150 +4% 1,327 $110   $77,270,295 35

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2001/06/29 1 $29,352,630   3,242 $9,054   $29,352,630 3
2001/07/06 3 $14,037,488 -52% 3,242 $4,330   $59,573,204 10
2001/07/13 9 $5,214,891 -63% 2,830 $1,843   $70,097,455 17
2001/07/20 12 $2,168,939 -58% 2,315 $937   $74,522,517 24
2001/07/27 14 $943,536 -56% 1,327 $711   $76,719,018 31
2001/08/03 21 $341,124 -64% 433 $788   $77,620,945 38
2001/08/10 36 $106,217 -69% 152 $699   $77,926,150 45
2001/08/17 45 $58,210 -45% 103 $565   $78,039,227 52
2001/08/24 57 $27,241 -53% 62 $439   $78,109,787 59
2001/08/31 39 $170,331 +525% 251 $679   $78,340,174 66
2001/09/07 42 $94,750 -44% 238 $398   $78,474,311 73
2001/09/14 56 $54,250 -43% 157 $346   $78,557,613 80
2001/09/21 65 $37,487 -31% 90 $417   $78,616,689 87

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