Bee Movie

Bee Movie poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $126,631,277Details
International Box Office $160,963,300
Worldwide Box Office $287,594,577
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $90,662,128 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $89,704 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $90,751,832
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
51% - Rotten
Audience
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 2nd, 2007 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: March 11th, 2008 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for mild suggestive humor
Running Time: 90 minutes
Keywords: Food, Talking Animals, Animal Lead
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Animation, Columbus 81 Productions

Cast

   Barry Bee Benson
   Vanessa Blume
Matthew Broderick    Adam Flayman
Patrick Warburton    Ken
John Goodman    Layton T. Montgomery
Chris Rock    Mooseblood the Mosquito
Kathy Bates    Janet Benson
Megan Mullally    Trudy, Honex Tour Guide
Barry Levinson    Martin Benson
Larry Miller    Buzzwell
Rip Torn    Lou Lo Duca
Jim Cummings    Title Narrator/ Graduation Announcer
Sting    Himself
Conrad Vernon    Freddy the Worm
Michael Richards    Bud Ditchwater the Squirrel
Larry King    Bee Larry King
Ray Liotta    Himself
Eddie Izzard    Bee Army General
Oprah Winfrey    Judge Bumbleden
Tress MacNeille    Jeanette Chung / Mother / Cow

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jerry Seinfeld
Screenwriter    Spike Feresten
Screenwriter    Berry Marder
Screenwriter    Andy Robin
Screenwriter    Chuck Martin
Screenwriter    Tom Papa
Producer    Jerry Seinfeld
Producer    Christina Steinberg
Co-Producer    Mark Swift
Editor    Nick Fletcher
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Executive Music Producer    Hans Zimmer
Production Designer    Alex McDowell
Art Director    Christophe Lautrette
Character Designer    Christophe Lautrette
Visual Effects Supervisor    Doug Cooper
Head of Story    David Pimentel
Head of character animation.    Fabio Lignini
Head of Layout    Nol L. Meyer
Sound Mixer    Andy Nelson
Sound Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Supervising Sound Editor    Will Files
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael Silvers
Associate Producer    Cameron Stevning
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman

DVD Releases for June 3, 2008

This was a bad week for big movies, with not a single first run release is even worth rating a solid purchase, never mind being a contender for DVD Pick of the Week. There were a few other contenders for the title, including Dirty Harry Collection on DVD or Blu-ray. However, I found it impossible to decide which format was the better deal. Had the Blu-ray provided anything more than High Definition, or been a more reasonable price compared to the DVD, it would have been an easier choice. One of them is the DVD Pick of the Week, I just don't know which one. On a side note, there is an immense flood of Blu-ray releases, including a few I thought were coming out previously. More...

DVD Releases for May 20, 2008

This week's list is dominated by Blu-ray releases. This is not surprising as this is the first week Paramount has released Blu-ray discs after dropping the format last August for an exclusive HD DVD commitment. However, it is another Blu-ray release that caught my eye: the National Treasure Blu-ray Two-Pack. This is the best format has to offer this week, but it is not the best movie coming out. If you want the DVD Pick of the Week, you have to grab Night of the Living Dead Buy from Amazon. More...

DVD Sales - Alvin is a Killer Release

Only three new releases charted this week, but this includes the two top-selling DVDs. Leading the way was Alvin and the Chipmunks with an impressive 3.15 million units for opening week sales of $51.96 million. The movie is already in the top five for 2008. More...

DVD Rentals - Building on a Legend

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DVD Sales - New Releases are Lost in a Fog

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DVD Rentals - Legend for Hire

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DVD Sales - Enchanted has Legendary Opening

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DVD Rentals - No Rental Better than Old Men

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DVD Sales - Bee Earns an A on Sales Chart

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DVD Releases for March 18, 2008

The movie business is cyclical with peaks (summer season and the winter holidays), as well as lulls (September and January). This translates into the peaks and lulls in the home market as well, just three to four months later. We are finally coming out of the latest home market quiet period and the biggest hit of the Christmas Holidays is hitting the home market. However it is not the DVD Pick of the Week. That honor goes to Enchanted, which is worth picking up on DVD but is a must-have on Blu-ray. More...

DVD Releases for March 11, 2008

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International Details - That\'s Amore!

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International Details - International Treasure

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International Details - Some Enchanted Weekend

Enchanted fell out of the top five but still had a very impressive weekend box office adding $8.12 million on 4348 screens in 43 markets for a total of $151.50 million. This includes a fifth place opening in South Korea where the film earned $1.08 million on 322 screens over the weekend and $1.34 million in total. Meanwhile it also earned fifth place in the U.K. with $1.59 million on 472 screens over the weekend for a total of $29.46 million after a month of release. Its chances at $200 million internationally depend heavily on its run in Japan staring mid-March, but $300 million worldwide is all but assured now. More...

Awards Season - Guilds Get into the Act

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International Details - Bee Strong Overseas

Bee Movie slipped to sixth place this weekend with $14.34 million on 4820 screens in 49 markets for a total of $131.97 million. This includes a first place opening in South Korea where it earned $1.96 million on 334 screens over the weekend and $2.30 million in total, but this is not a particularly strong start. More...

International Top Five - Ending the Year with Milestones

I Am Legend maintained first place with $43.94 million on 3176 screens in 24 markets for a total of $117.91 million during its run. Its best opening this week came in the U.K. where it pulled in $13.01 million on 440 screens over the weekend and $21.84 million since Boxing Day. At this pace, even if the film had no markets left to open in, it would be able to reach $200 million internationally. And with debuts in Germany, Italy, Australia, and other major markets left to go, it should hit $300 million internationally and more than $500 million worldwide. More...

International Top Ten - Records Set as Compass Continues to Lead

With two weeks to go, the international box office set a record bringing in $8.6 billion in total ticket sales. Additionally, all six major studios crossed the $1 billion mark during the same year, which is a first. On the other hand, the celebration is tempered by the fact that the American dollar hit record lows against the Euro this year, and was at decade old lows against the Pound, and other international currencies, which helped to artificially inflate the box office numbers. More...

Award Season - Globes Spread the Love Around

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their Golden Globe nominations this week, but there were no truly dominate films out of the 14 theatrical categories. More...

International Top Five - Compass Finishes North of the Competition

Like it did domestically, His Dark Material: The Golden Compass debuted in first place on the international charts. However, unlike its performance domestically, its international haul was a hefty $44.31 million on 5263 screens in 27 markets for a total of $50.96 million including midweek numbers. In the U.K. the film opened first with $11.63 million on 507 screens over the weekend and $14.79 million in total, but that is significantly lower than Sunday's estimates. In France the film also took first place with $6.00 million on 776 screens, and in Spain with $5.17 million on 505 screens over the weekend and $8.07 million in total. The number one debuts continued in Germany at $4.80 million on 836 screens and in Russia with $3.68 million on 521. The Golden Compass's release schedule is certainly front loaded, but it still has openings in Italy next week, South Korea the week after, and Australia on Boxing Day, as well as Japan in March, and should earn between $200 million and $300 million internationally. Depending on how well it does on the home market in these markets, it could show a profit, but becoming a franchise is unlikely at this point. More...

International Details - Bee Movie is Buzzing Internationally

Bee Movie returned to the charts in sixth place with $6.71 million on 1288 screens in 11 markets for an early international total of $19.43 million after a month of release. This includes a pair of first place debuts in Spain and Mexico. In the former it earned $2.81 million on 421 screens while in the latter is earned $2.60 million on 389 screens. While Spain is the larger marker, I thought the family friendly nature of Mexico would give it the edge. Even so, there are great openings for the film. More...

Asleep at the Wheel

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The More the Merrier

Thanksgiving provided plenty of reasons for studios to give thanks, especially since every single film managed to earn enough to be called a hit in one form or other. Even the weakest releases of the week did well compared to their modest costs. Overall, the box office brought in $162 million over three days, which is 55% more than last weekend. More importantly, it is virtually identical to the same weekend last year. Over five days, movies earned an estimated $229 million, which is up just shy of 2% from last year. This is great news after a Fall that most would like to forget, but the growth is still lower than ticket price inflation, meaning actual attendance was down. More...

International Details - Elizabeth a Little More Golden Overseas

Elizabeth: The Golden Age nearly reached the top five with $5.79 million on 1579 screens in 12 markets for a total of $21.80 million. This includes a first place, $1.89 million opening on 470 screens in Russia, while the film added $933,000 on 394 screens in the U.K. for a total of $8.40 million so far. More...

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Food, Family, and Films

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Beowulf Adds a New Dimension to the Weekend Box Office

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International Details - Stardust still Ascending

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Claus is Box Office Coal

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International Details - Surf\'s Time is Not Up

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Will Santa Bring a Gift to Theater Owners?

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Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of November 2, 2007

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First Weekend in November is Buzzing

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Contest - To Your Health!

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Movie Website Updates for September 30 - October 6, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for September 16 - September 22, 2007

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/02 2 $10,202,024   3,928 $2,597   $10,202,024 1
2007/11/03 2 $16,947,052 +66% 3,928 $4,314   $27,149,076 2
2007/11/04 1 $10,871,968 -36% 3,928 $2,768   $38,021,044 3
2007/11/05 2 $1,983,558 -82% 3,928 $505   $40,004,602 4
2007/11/06 2 $2,801,432 +41% 3,928 $713   $42,806,034 5
2007/11/07 2 $1,556,823 -44% 3,928 $396   $44,362,857 6
2007/11/08 2 $1,851,278 +19% 3,928 $471   $46,214,135 7
2007/11/09 2 $6,241,368 +237% 3,944 $1,582   $52,455,503 8
2007/11/10 1 $11,305,924 +81% 3,944 $2,867   $63,761,427 9
2007/11/11 1 $8,018,170 -29% 3,944 $2,033   $71,779,597 10
2007/11/12 1 $5,002,586 -38% 3,944 $1,268   $76,782,183 11
2007/11/13 2 $977,924 -80% 3,944 $248   $77,760,107 12
2007/11/14 2 $868,246 -11% 3,944 $220   $78,628,353 13
2007/11/15 2 $933,898 +8% 3,944 $237   $79,562,251 14
2007/11/16 3 $3,365,904 +260% 3,984 $845   $82,928,155 15
2007/11/17 2 $6,586,651 +96% 3,984 $1,653   $89,514,806 16
2007/11/18 2 $4,055,889 -38% 3,984 $1,018   $93,570,695 17
2007/11/19 3 $1,100,416 -73% 3,984 $276   $94,671,111 18
2007/11/20 2 $1,409,679 +28% 3,984 $354   $96,080,790 19
2007/11/21 5 $2,166,373 +54% 3,507 $618   $98,247,163 20
2007/11/22 9 $1,800,145 -17% 3,507 $513   $100,047,308 21
2007/11/23 5 $4,788,998 +166% 3,507 $1,366   $104,836,306 22
2007/11/24 5 $4,536,964 -5% 3,507 $1,294   $109,373,270 23
2007/11/25 5 $2,487,540 -45% 3,507 $709   $111,860,810 24
2007/11/26 9 $411,233 -83% 3,507 $117   $112,272,043 25
2007/11/27 10 $308,348 -25% 3,507 $88   $112,580,391 26
2007/11/28 10 $296,577 -4% 3,507 $85   $112,876,968 27
2007/11/29 10 $294,728 -1% 3,507 $84   $113,171,696 28
2007/11/30 11 $1,124,063 +281% 3,150 $357   $114,295,759 29
2007/12/01 7 $2,084,885 +85% 3,150 $662   $116,380,644 30
2007/12/02 7 $1,235,850 -41% 3,150 $392   $117,616,494 31
2007/12/03 11 $201,687 -84% 3,150 $64   $117,818,181 32
2007/12/04 11 $200,285 -1% 3,150 $64   $118,018,466 33
2007/12/05 11 $194,108 -3% 3,150 $62   $118,212,574 34
2007/12/06 11 $202,819 +4% 3,150 $64   $118,415,393 35
2007/12/07 12 $613,515 +202% 2,707 $227   $119,028,908 36
2007/12/08 10 $1,239,996 +102% 2,707 $458   $120,268,904 37
2007/12/09 10 $752,642 -39% 2,707 $278   $121,021,546 38
2007/12/10 12 $136,385 -82% 2,707 $50   $121,157,931 39
2007/12/11 12 $151,921 +11% 2,707 $56   $121,309,852 40
2007/12/12 - $144,466 -5% 2,707 $53   $121,454,318 41
2007/12/13 - $141,063 -2% 2,707 $52   $121,595,381 42
2007/12/14 - $183,001 +30% 1,609 $114   $121,778,382 43
2007/12/15 - $348,566 +90% 1,609 $217   $122,126,948 44
2007/12/16 - $228,629 -34% 1,609 $142   $122,355,577 45
2007/12/17 - $66,038 -71% 1,609 $41   $122,421,615 46
2007/12/18 - $64,444 -2% 1,609 $40   $122,486,059 47
2007/12/19 - $73,117 +13% 1,609 $45   $122,559,176 48
2007/12/20 - $92,453 +26% 1,609 $57   $122,651,629 49
2007/12/21 - $107,192 +16% 539 $199   $122,758,821 50
2007/12/22 - $159,467 +49% 539 $296   $122,918,288 51
2007/12/23 - $142,205 -11% 539 $264   $123,060,493 52
2007/12/24 - $78,121 -45% 539 $145   $123,138,614 53
2007/12/25 - $80,964 +4% 539 $150   $123,219,578 54
2007/12/26 - $160,003 +98% 539 $297   $123,379,581 55
2007/12/27 - $196,989 +23% 539 $365   $123,576,570 56
2007/12/28 - $211,523 +7% 475 $445   $123,788,093 57
2007/12/29 - $240,751 +14% 475 $507   $124,028,844 58
2007/12/30 - $185,524 -23% 475 $391   $124,214,368 59
2007/12/31 - $136,122 -27% 475 $287   $124,350,490 60
2008/01/01 - $167,852 +23% 475 $353   $124,518,342 61
2008/01/02 - $120,146 -28% 475 $253   $124,638,488 62
2008/01/03 - $114,364 -5% 475 $241   $124,752,852 63
2008/01/04 - $134,719 +18% 407 $331   $124,887,571 64
2008/01/05 - $190,221 +41% 407 $467   $125,077,792 65
2008/01/06 - $118,280 -38% 407 $291   $125,196,072 66
2008/01/07 - $27,880 -76% 407 $69   $125,223,952 67
2008/01/08 - $25,157 -10% 407 $62   $125,249,109 68
2008/01/09 - $21,836 -13% 407 $54   $125,270,945 69
2008/01/10 - $23,732 +9% 407 $58   $125,294,677 70
2008/01/11 - $71,754 +202% 338 $212   $125,366,431 71
2008/01/12 - $144,332 +101% 338 $427   $125,510,763 72
2008/01/13 - $84,713 -41% 338 $251   $125,595,476 73
2008/01/14 - $15,840 -81% 338 $47   $125,611,316 74
2008/01/15 - $17,140 +8% 338 $51   $125,628,456 75
2008/01/16 - $15,206 -11% 338 $45   $125,643,662 76
2008/01/17 - $18,434 +21% 338 $55   $125,662,096 77
2008/01/18 - $57,037 +209% 296 $193   $125,719,133 78
2008/01/19 - $111,589 +96% 296 $377   $125,830,722 79
2008/01/20 - $76,549 -31% 296 $259   $125,907,271 80
2008/01/21 26 $86,087 +12% 296 $291   $125,993,358 81
2008/01/22 - $14,907 -83% 296 $50   $126,008,265 82
2008/01/23 - $11,683 -22% 296 $39   $126,019,948 83
2008/01/24 - $13,220 +13% 296 $45   $126,033,168 84
2008/01/25 - $42,360 +220% 265 $160   $126,075,528 85
2008/01/26 - $95,964 +127% 265 $362   $126,171,492 86
2008/01/27 - $61,777 -36% 265 $233   $126,233,269 87
2008/01/28 - $11,038 -82% 265 $42   $126,244,307 88
2008/01/29 - $9,518 -14% 265 $36   $126,253,825 89
2008/01/30 - $10,842 +14% 265 $41   $126,264,667 90
2008/01/31 - $9,539 -12% 265 $36   $126,274,206 91
2008/02/01 - $36,047 +278% 246 $147   $126,310,253 92
2008/02/02 - $78,879 +119% 246 $321   $126,389,132 93
2008/02/03 - $35,531 -55% 246 $144   $126,424,663 94
2008/02/04 - $7,763 -78% 246 $32   $126,432,426 95
2008/02/05 - $8,336 +7% 246 $34   $126,440,762 96
2008/02/06 - $7,384 -11% 246 $30   $126,448,146 97
2008/02/07 - $9,285 +26% 246 $38   $126,457,431 98
2008/02/08 - $28,316 +205% 206 $137   $126,485,747 99
2008/02/09 - $68,487 +142% 206 $332   $126,554,234 100
2008/02/10 - $42,887 -37% 206 $208   $126,597,121 101
2008/02/11 - $8,418 -80% 206 $41   $126,605,539 102
2008/02/12 - $6,695 -20% 206 $33   $126,612,234 103
2008/02/13 - $5,987 -11% 206 $29   $126,618,221 104
2008/02/14 - $13,056 +118% 206 $63   $126,631,277 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/02 2 $38,021,044   3,928 $9,679   $38,021,044 3
2007/11/09 1 $25,565,462 -33% 3,944 $6,482   $71,779,597 10
2007/11/16 2 $14,008,444 -45% 3,984 $3,516   $93,570,695 17
2007/11/23 5 $11,813,502 -16% 3,507 $3,369   $111,860,810 24
2007/11/30 9 $4,444,798 -62% 3,150 $1,411   $117,616,494 31
2007/12/07 11 $2,606,153 -41% 2,707 $963   $121,021,546 38
2007/12/14 16 $760,196 -71% 1,609 $472   $122,355,577 45
2007/12/21 18 $408,864 -46% 539 $759   $123,060,493 52
2007/12/28 17 $637,798 +56% 475 $1,343   $124,214,368 59
2008/01/04 21 $443,220 -31% 407 $1,089   $125,196,072 66
2008/01/11 25 $300,799 -32% 338 $890   $125,595,476 73
2008/01/18 29 $245,175 -18% 296 $828   $125,907,271 80
2008/01/25 33 $200,101 -18% 265 $755   $126,233,269 87
2008/02/01 38 $150,457 -25% 246 $612   $126,424,663 94
2008/02/08 40 $139,690 -7% 206 $678   $126,597,121 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/16/200811,779,653 1,779,653$29,204,106$29,204,1061
3/23/200831,222,970-31% 3,002,623$19,738,736$48,942,8422
3/30/20084257,726-79% 3,260,349$3,911,456$52,854,2973
4/6/20085178,826-31% 3,439,175$2,784,321$55,638,6184
4/13/20081095,268-47% 3,534,443$1,489,039$57,127,6575
4/20/20081396,050+1% 3,630,493$1,498,380$58,626,0376
4/27/20081479,555-17% 3,710,048$1,210,724$59,836,7617
5/4/20081267,608-15% 3,777,656$1,130,406$60,967,1678
5/11/20081756,838-16% 3,834,494$861,857$61,829,0249
5/18/20082150,389-11% 3,884,883$1,010,803$62,839,82710
5/25/20082442,594-15% 3,927,477$854,436$63,694,26311
6/1/20082832,457-24% 3,959,934$654,242$64,348,50512
6/8/20083031,092-4% 3,991,026$630,583$64,979,08813
7/13/20082931,263 4,133,125$640,119$67,864,94118
10/26/20082524,211 4,366,836$387,134$72,031,04933
11/2/20082824,462+1% 4,391,298$390,665$72,421,71434
11/9/20082725,010+2% 4,416,308$401,501$72,823,21535
11/30/200819226,428 4,671,830$1,627,927$74,846,81338
4/12/200919214,912 4,941,295$1,777,559$77,439,47757
8/9/20091558,035 5,009,205$927,980$78,519,12974
10/10/20101946,279 5,137,616$450,336$80,098,670135

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