The Book of Eli

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $94,835,059Details
International Box Office $63,915,758
Worldwide Box Office $158,750,817
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $43,084,773 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $18,291,846 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $61,376,619
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 Upright
Critics
48% - Rotten
Audience
64% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Domestic Releases: January 15th, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 15th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R For some brutal violence and language
Keywords: Post Apocalypse
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Alcon Entertainment, Silver Pictures

DVD Sales: Not the Finest Week on the Home Market

It has been a full month since we had any real activity on the sales chart, and this is starting to take its toll on the overall numbers. New releases were almost nonexistent at the box office, but one of them, Brooklyn's Finest, still managed to top the sales chart this week, albeit with just 297,000 units sold and $4.63 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Light Up the Sales Chart

A trio of new releases led the way on the sales chart this week with Percy & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief topping the chart. It sold 823,000 units over its opening week for consumer spending at retail of $13.99 million. More...

DVD Sales: New Releases Fail to Pull in the Green

Only a handful of new releases reached the top 30 on the sales chart this week, and none of them were able to dethrown The Book of Eli. The DVD sold an additional 291,000 units for the week to lift its total to 1.08 million units and $24.04 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD Sales: Booking Top Spot on the Chart

Few new releases reached the top 30 on the sales chart this week, but one of them, The Book of Eli, led the way with 789,000 units / $17.62 million in opening week consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 15th, 2010

As it usually this time of year, the selection of first run releases on the home market is rather weak, with only one certified hit: The Book of Eli. That's not to say there are not a lot of interesting releases, as we have many summer TV series hitting the home market ahead of their premieres. However, looking for the Pick of the Week we have to dig deep to find a mostly undiscovered gem: Mary & Max. Both the DVD and the Blu-ray are worth buying, but the latter is the better deal. More...

International Details: Date Night Dips in Popularity

Date Night fell out of the top five, but added $7.47 million on 3120 screens in 48 markets for a total of $28.31 million. The film opened in first place in the U.K., but only made $1.97 million on 400 screens, which is about the same as $11 million here. That's not a great start and there's little hope that the film will match its domestic total overseas, but it is still a solid midlevel hit and should show a profit by the time it reaches the home market. More...

International Details: Foreign Releases Go Lala

There were more than a dozen foreign releases to reach the top 30 on the international chart, starting with Go Lala Go!. This Chinese film opened in first place in its native market and sixth place overall with $6.44 million on 655 screens. More...

International Details: Date Night an International Affair

Date Night started its international run in sixth place with $7.05 million on 1616 screens in 34 markets. While it is playing in a large number of markets, these were mostly of the smaller variety. The largest was Australia, where it placed third with $1.99 million on 304 screens. It also placed third in Brazil with $1.02 million on 174. It managed second place in Mexico, but with only $863,000 on 305 screens. More...

International Details: Shutter Slips to Sixth

Shutter Island fell to sixth place with $6.64 million on 2870 screens in 39 markets for a total of $135.53 million internationally and $258.97 million worldwide. With a debut in Japan this weekend, it could climb back into the top five. Even if it doesn't, it still has to be considered a financial success. More...

International Details: Bounty Takes down the Competition

The Bounty Hunter slipped a spot to sixth place with $6.33 million on 1671 screens in 29 markets for a total of $17.04 million. It opened in a number of markets, mostly on the smaller side. Its largest new market was Mexico, where it debuted in fourth place with $656,000 on 300 screens. Meanwhile, it added $1.49 million on 393 screens during its second weekend in the U.K. for a two-week total of $5.86 million. It was right behind in Russia with $1.40 million on 445 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.52 million after two. More...

International Details: Just Another Week on the International Chart

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International Details: Princess hits Regal Milestone

The Princess and the Frog remained in sixth place with $5.18 million on 3019 screens in 35 markets for a total of $149.82 million internationally and $253.53 million worldwide. This past week it opened in Japan, struggling into fifth place with $1.02 million on 363 screens. Even with that disappointing result, it should do well enough on the home market to show a profit relatively soon. More...

International Details: Princess Still Powerful

The Princess and the Frog may have slipped out of the top five internationally, but it still added $8.32 million on 3053 screens in 28 markets for a total of $143.18 million. It had no major market openings again this week, but it added $2.84 million on 689 screens over the weekend in France for a total of $27.30 million after a month of release there. This weekend the film debuted in Japan, which could help it return to the top five. Regardless, it has made enough money that it should show a profit, eventually. More...

International Details: Shutter Island is International Destination

Shutter Island started its international run with a sixth place finish this past weekend, earning $9.28 million on 1229 screens in 9 markets. The film opened in first place in Spain with $3.25 million on 406 screens. It had to settle for second place in Australia, in a virtual tie with Valentine's Day at $2.50 million on 250 screens. It's way too early to tell where the film will end up, but matching its domestic run internationally is a solid goal. More...

International Details: Squeakquel Squeezed out of the Top Five

For the first time during its international run, Alvin and the Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel missed the top five and placed sixth with $7.10 million on 3,699 screens in 42 markets for a total of $200.87 million internationally and $413.03 million worldwide. With no major market openings left, the film will likely fall further down the chart over the coming weeks, but it has already made a huge profit, so Fox will be more than happy. More...

International Details: Oceans are Anything But Blue

Oceans opened in its native France and that helped it climb into sixth place with $9.52 million on 888 screens in 4 markets for a total of $16.98 million. It earned third place in its native market with $5.39 million on 542 screens while it was down just 7% during its sophomore stint in Japan with $3.48 million on 303 screens over the weekend for a total of $10.81 million after two. More...

An Iceberg Named Avatar

It was a good new / bad news weekend at the box office. On the one hand, Avatar continued to set records and that helped 2010 start with the highest-grossing January of all time. On the other hand, new releases continue to under-perform, leading the overall box office to slump to $125 million. That was 13% lower than last weekend, but more importantly 1.1% lower than the same weekend last year, which is the third weekend in a row that 2010 was below 2009's pace. Granted, year-to-date 2010 is still ahead of 2009 by 5.5% at $1.06 billion to $1.00 billion, but if new releases are not stronger in February, that could change. More...

International Details: Complicated in Sixth Place

It's Complicated saw its weekend haul climb 16%, but it still fell out of the top five. It added $10.37 million over the weekend on 2,665 screens in 32 markets for a total of $50.92 million after a month of release. The film opened in third place in Germany with $2.40 million on 552 screens over the weekend and $2.74 million in total. Meanwhile in the U.K. it added $1.84 million on 431 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.72 million after three weeks of release. With debuts in Japan, South Korea, and Italy still ahead of it, it could reach $100 million internationally to go with its $100 million domestic total. More...

The Unstoppable Avatar

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Sixth Number One for Avatar Gives it Number Two Overall

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International Details: Up in the Charts

Up in the Air started its international run in sixth place with $5.83 million on 936 screens in 9 markets. This includes a fifth place debut in the U.K. where it earned $2.13 million on 325 screens while it also managed fifth in Australia with $1.61 million on just 173 screens. While it is hard for films to open in limited release domestically and expand wide, it is usually a lot harder for these films to thrive internationally. After all, many international markets are simply too small to have a thriving limited release marketplace. It will be interesting to see if this film will be able to take its performance during Awards Season and turn it into a successful international run despite this. More...

One More Week for Avatar?

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There are a few new releases hitting theaters tomorrow, but most people are still talking about Avatar and whether or not it can stay on top one more week, and perhaps set a few more records in the process. The other major question of the weekend is whether or not it will top last year and end 2010's one-week losing streak. More...

Last Finishes First on the Per Theater Chart

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More Records Fall to Avatar

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It was a record breaking Martin Luther King long weekend, as Avatar remained in top spot at least for three out of the four days, and for the weekend as a whole. Its record-breaking weekend helped the overall box office hit $170 million over three days and $210 million over four. This was down compared to last year by 12% over three days and 9% over four, which makes it the first down weekend in two months. Even so, year-to-date, 2010 is still ahead of 2009's pace by nearly 15%, $707 million to $616 million, but this is the first bit of bad news we've had so far. Perhaps next weekend will be strong and this will be nothing but a minor blip. More...

Weekend Estimates: Avatar Wins Again

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Avatar was pushed from top spot for a day, but came back to comfortably win its fifth straight weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With another $41.3 million in the bank, Avatar was down just 18% from last weekend (helped somewhat by the MLK long weekend), and will pass $500 million on Monday after just 32 days in release, easily beating the record held by The Dark Knight (see chart). It also tops Titanic's record for the biggest fifth weekend at the box office (see chart). More...

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Contest - Prizes Worth Guarding

Next week the widest release of the week is Book of Eli, which may or may not top the charts. (After all, I'm not willing to discount the possibility that Avatar will still be pull in more than $20 million next weekend.) However, while it might not finish first, it will definitely be the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Book of Eli. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a 10 Things I Hate About You - Volume One on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Make It Or Break It - Volume One on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2010 Preview: January

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/01/15 1 $11,672,970   3,111 $3,752   $11,672,970 1
2010/01/16 2 $11,780,279 +1% 3,111 $3,787   $23,453,249 2
2010/01/17 2 $9,336,245 -21% 3,111 $3,001   $32,789,494 3
2010/01/18 2 $5,648,059 -40% 3,111 $1,816   $38,437,553 4
2010/01/19 2 $2,488,344 -56% 3,111 $800   $40,925,897 5
2010/01/20 2 $2,033,108 -18% 3,111 $654   $42,959,005 6
2010/01/21 2 $2,044,218 +1% 3,111 $657   $45,003,223 7
2010/01/22 3 $4,932,539 +141% 3,111 $1,586   $49,935,762 8
2010/01/23 2 $7,501,154 +52% 3,111 $2,411   $57,436,916 9
2010/01/24 4 $3,298,770 -56% 3,111 $1,060   $60,735,686 10
2010/01/25 2 $1,309,143 -60% 3,111 $421   $62,044,829 11
2010/01/26 2 $1,322,159 +1% 3,111 $425   $63,366,988 12
2010/01/27 2 $1,114,175 -16% 3,111 $358   $64,481,163 13
2010/01/28 2 $1,122,316 +1% 3,111 $361   $65,603,479 14
2010/01/29 4 $2,470,162 +120% 3,075 $803   $68,073,641 15
2010/01/30 5 $3,915,401 +59% 3,075 $1,273   $71,989,042 16
2010/01/31 5 $2,522,723 -36% 3,075 $820   $74,511,765 17
2010/02/01 4 $744,213 -70% 3,075 $242   $75,255,978 18
2010/02/02 4 $729,129 -2% 3,075 $237   $75,985,107 19
2010/02/03 4 $668,296 -8% 3,075 $217   $76,653,403 20
2010/02/04 4 $674,402 +1% 3,075 $219   $77,327,805 21
2010/02/05 7 $1,515,860 +125% 2,820 $538   $78,843,665 22
2010/02/06 7 $2,449,910 +62% 2,820 $869   $81,293,575 23
2010/02/07 7 $751,565 -69% 2,820 $267   $82,045,140 24
2010/02/08 5 $521,247 -31% 2,820 $185   $82,566,387 25
2010/02/09 5 $474,166 -9% 2,820 $168   $83,040,553 26
2010/02/10 5 $411,265 -13% 2,820 $146   $83,451,818 27
2010/02/11 5 $502,413 +22% 2,820 $178   $83,954,231 28
2010/02/12 11 $723,938 +44% 1,825 $397   $84,678,169 29
2010/02/13 10 $1,340,876 +85% 1,825 $735   $86,019,045 30
2010/02/14 11 $1,567,024 +17% 1,825 $859   $87,586,069 31
2010/02/15 11 $579,383 -63% 1,825 $317   $88,165,452 32
2010/02/16 11 $247,459 -57% 1,825 $136   $88,412,911 33
2010/02/17 10 $230,050 -7% 1,825 $126   $88,642,961 34
2010/02/18 11 $244,125 +6% 1,825 $134   $88,887,086 35
2010/02/19 12 $518,953 +113% 1,455 $357   $89,406,039 36
2010/02/20 11 $864,503 +67% 1,455 $594   $90,270,542 37
2010/02/21 11 $504,849 -42% 1,455 $347   $90,775,391 38
2010/02/22 11 $158,278 -69% 1,455 $109   $90,933,669 39
2010/02/23 11 $153,356 -3% 1,455 $105   $91,087,025 40
2010/02/24 11 $144,201 -6% 1,455 $99   $91,231,226 41
2010/02/25 11 $163,236 +13% 1,455 $112   $91,394,462 42
2010/02/26 - $297,719 +82% 975 $305   $91,692,181 43
2010/02/27 - $526,773 +77% 975 $540   $92,218,954 44
2010/02/28 - $288,001 -45% 975 $295   $92,506,955 45
2010/03/01 11 $94,138 -67% 975 $97   $92,601,093 46
2010/03/02 - $93,111 -1% 975 $95   $92,694,204 47
2010/03/03 - $91,205 -2% 975 $94   $92,785,409 48
2010/03/04 12 $94,325 +3% 975 $97   $92,879,734 49
2010/03/05 - $155,895 +65% 555 $281   $93,035,629 50
2010/03/06 - $239,183 +53% 555 $431   $93,274,812 51
2010/03/07 - $138,078 -42% 555 $249   $93,412,890 52
2010/03/08 - $47,480 -66% 555 $86   $93,460,370 53
2010/03/09 - $46,974 -1% 555 $85   $93,507,344 54
2010/03/10 - $45,505 -3% 555 $82   $93,552,849 55
2010/03/11 - $48,235 +6% 555 $87   $93,601,084 56
2010/03/12 - $54,420 +13% 220 $247   $93,655,504 57
2010/03/13 - $82,477 +52% 220 $375   $93,737,981 58
2010/03/14 - $49,388 -40% 220 $224   $93,787,369 59
2010/03/15 - $21,719 -56% 220 $99   $93,809,088 60
2010/03/16 - $23,808 +10% 220 $108   $93,832,896 61
2010/03/17 - $20,075 -16% 220 $91   $93,852,971 62
2010/03/18 - $22,083 +10% 220 $100   $93,875,054 63
2010/03/19 - $23,854 +8% 100 $239   $93,898,908 64
2010/03/20 - $34,091 +43% 100 $341   $93,932,999 65
2010/03/21 - $19,833 -42% 100 $198   $93,952,832 66
2010/03/22 - $7,140 -64% 100 $71   $93,959,972 67
2010/03/23 - $7,312 +2% 100 $73   $93,967,284 68
2010/03/24 - $7,677 +5% 100 $77   $93,974,961 69
2010/03/25 - $8,026 +5% 100 $80   $93,982,987 70
2010/03/26 - $15,505 +93% 77 $201   $93,998,492 71
2010/03/27 - $23,258 +50% 77 $302   $94,021,750 72
2010/03/28 - $15,350 -34% 77 $199   $94,037,100 73
2010/03/29 - $7,215 -53% 77 $94   $94,044,315 74
2010/03/30 - $7,504 +4% 77 $97   $94,051,819 75
2010/03/31 - $6,228 -17% 77 $81   $94,058,047 76
2010/04/01 - $8,221 +32% 77 $107   $94,066,268 77
2010/04/02 - $72,495 +782% 218 $333   $94,138,763 78
2010/04/03 - $70,383 -3% 218 $323   $94,209,146 79
2010/04/04 - $46,114 -34% 218 $212   $94,255,260 80
2010/04/05 - $22,819 -51% 218 $105   $94,278,079 81
2010/04/06 - $23,295 +2% 218 $107   $94,301,374 82
2010/04/07 - $22,730 -2% 218 $104   $94,324,104 83
2010/04/08 - $23,866 +5% 218 $109   $94,347,970 84
2010/04/09 - $42,412 +78% 187 $227   $94,390,382 85
2010/04/10 - $56,622 +34% 187 $303   $94,447,004 86
2010/04/11 - $35,970 -36% 187 $192   $94,482,974 87
2010/04/12 - $12,250 -66% 187 $66   $94,495,224 88
2010/04/13 - $12,642 +3% 187 $68   $94,507,866 89
2010/04/14 - $12,189 -4% 187 $65   $94,519,875 90
2010/04/15 - $12,894 +6% 187 $69   $94,532,769 91
2010/04/16 - $24,815 +92% 146 $170   $94,557,584 92
2010/04/17 - $36,543 +47% 146 $250   $94,594,127 93
2010/04/18 - $23,715 -35% 146 $162   $94,617,842 94
2010/04/19 - $8,001 -66% 146 $55   $94,625,843 95
2010/04/20 - $8,791 +10% 146 $60   $94,634,634 96
2010/04/21 - $8,898 +1% 146 $61   $94,643,532 97
2010/04/22 - $8,867 n/c 146 $61   $94,652,399 98
2010/04/23 - $18,770 +112% 111 $169   $94,671,169 99
2010/04/24 - $27,834 +48% 111 $251   $94,699,003 100
2010/04/25 - $16,795 -40% 111 $151   $94,715,798 101
2010/04/26 - $6,079 -64% 111 $55   $94,721,877 102
2010/04/27 - $7,058 +16% 111 $64   $94,728,935 103
2010/04/28 - $6,423 -9% 111 $58   $94,735,358 104
2010/04/29 - $6,808 +6% 111 $61   $94,742,166 105
2010/04/30 - $11,019 +62% 77 $143   $94,753,185 106
2010/05/01 - $16,913 +53% 77 $220   $94,770,098 107
2010/05/02 - $11,310 -33% 77 $147   $94,781,408 108
2010/05/03 - $4,172 -63% 77 $54   $94,785,580 109
2010/05/04 - $3,956 -5% 77 $51   $94,789,536 110
2010/05/05 - $4,035 +2% 77 $52   $94,793,571 111
2010/05/06 - $4,398 +9% 77 $57   $94,797,969 112
2010/05/07 - $6,344 +44% 61 $104   $94,804,313 113
2010/05/08 - $10,291 +62% 61 $169   $94,814,604 114
2010/05/09 - $8,103 -21% 61 $133   $94,822,707 115
2010/05/10 - $2,847 -65% 61 $47   $94,825,554 116
2010/05/11 - $3,035 +7% 61 $50   $94,828,589 117
2010/05/12 - $3,329 +10% 61 $55   $94,831,918 118
2010/05/13 - $3,141 -6% 61 $51   $94,835,059 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/01/15 2 $32,789,494   3,111 $10,540   $32,789,494 3
2010/01/22 3 $15,732,463 -52% 3,111 $5,057   $60,735,686 10
2010/01/29 5 $8,908,286 -43% 3,075 $2,897   $74,511,765 17
2010/02/05 7 $4,717,335 -47% 2,820 $1,673   $82,045,140 24
2010/02/12 11 $3,631,838 -23% 1,825 $1,990   $87,586,069 31
2010/02/19 11 $1,888,305 -48% 1,455 $1,298   $90,775,391 38
2010/02/26 12 $1,112,493 -41% 975 $1,141   $92,506,955 45
2010/03/05 19 $533,156 -52% 555 $961   $93,412,890 52
2010/03/12 27 $186,285 -65% 220 $847   $93,787,369 59
2010/03/19 35 $77,778 -58% 100 $778   $93,952,832 66
2010/03/26 38 $54,113 -30% 77 $703   $94,037,100 73
2010/04/02 26 $188,992 +249% 218 $867   $94,255,260 80
2010/04/09 30 $135,004 -29% 187 $722   $94,482,974 87
2010/04/16 35 $85,073 -37% 146 $583   $94,617,842 94
2010/04/23 40 $63,399 -25% 111 $571   $94,715,798 101
2010/04/30 52 $39,242 -38% 77 $510   $94,781,408 108
2010/05/07 52 $24,738 -37% 61 $406   $94,822,707 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/20/20101788,548 788,548$13,657,651$13,657,6511
6/27/20101290,518-63% 1,079,066$6,420,244$20,077,8962
7/4/20105176,315-39% 1,255,381$3,850,720$23,928,6153
7/11/20104156,867-11% 1,412,248$3,336,216$27,264,8314
7/18/2010695,285-39% 1,507,533$2,026,893$29,291,7245
7/25/2010779,747-16% 1,587,280$1,630,324$30,922,0486
8/1/20101048,153-40% 1,635,433$994,639$31,916,6877
8/8/20101548,541+1% 1,683,974$985,640$32,902,3268
8/15/2010953,476+10% 1,737,450$1,113,365$34,015,6919
8/22/20101147,098-12% 1,784,548$982,714$34,998,40510
8/29/20101641,994-11% 1,826,542$881,324$35,879,72911
9/5/20102527,360-35% 1,853,902$569,189$36,448,91812
9/12/20102917,582-36% 1,871,484$362,386$36,811,30513

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/20/20101310,273 310,273$7,753,722$7,753,7221
6/27/2010191,377-71% 401,650$2,283,511$10,037,2332
7/4/2010454,199-41% 455,849$1,354,431$11,391,6643
7/11/2010530,757-43% 486,606$768,617$12,160,2814
7/18/2010622,206-28% 508,812$554,921$12,715,2025
7/25/2010615,858-29% 524,670$396,296$13,111,4986
8/1/20101111,135-30% 535,804$288,162$13,399,6607
8/8/20101911,308+2% 547,113$304,984$13,704,6448
8/15/201078,618-24% 555,731$232,610$13,937,2549
8/29/2010148,834 570,070$238,437$14,324,27511

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.

Cast

Denzel Washington    Eli
Gary Oldman    Carnegie
Mila Kunis    Solara
Ray Stevenson    Redridge
Jennifer Beals    Claudia
Michael Gambon    George
Frances de la Tour    Martha
Evan Jones    Martz
Joe Pingue    Hoyt
Tom Waits    Engineer
Chris Browning    Hijack Leader
Richard Cetrone    Hijacker
Lateef Crowder    Hijacker
Keith Davis    Hijacker
Don Tai    Hijacker
Thom Williams    Hijacker
Lora Cunningham    Young Woman Hijacker
Scott Wilder    middle-aged man
Heidi Pascoe    Middle aged Woman
Jennifer Caputo    biker
Eddie Perez    Biker
Spencer Sano    Biker
Karin Silvestri    Biker
Mike Gunther    Snipers
John Koyama    Sniper
Mike McCarty    Sniper
Scott Morgan    Construction Thug Leader
Sala Baker    Construction Thug
Arron Shiver    Bartender
Justin Tade    Town Doctor
Mike Seal    Door Guard
Richard A. Smith    Orpheum Patron
Paul Crawford    Town Thug
Edward A. Duran    Town Thug
David Wald    Town Thug
Jermaine Washington    Town Thug
Kofi Elam    Convoy Thug
Clay Donahue Fontenot    Convoy Thug
Al Goto    Convoy Thug
Brad Martin    Convoy Thug
Tim Rigby    Convoy Thug
Luis Bordonada    Carnegie Gunman #1
Robert Powell    Carnegie Gunman #2
Angelique Midthunder    Gatling Gun Gunner
Todd Schneider    Caddy Driver
Darrin Prescott    Suburban Driver
Laurence Chavez    Ice Cream Truck Driver
Brian Lucero    Alcatraz Guard
David Midthunder    Alcatraz Soldier

Production and Technical Credits

Director    The Hughes Brothers
Screenwriter    Gary Whitta
Producer    Joel Silver
Producer    Denzel Washington
Producer    Broderick Johnson
Producer    Andrew S. Kosove
Producer    David Valdes
Executive Producer    Steve Richards
Executive Producer    Susan Downey
Executive Producer    Erik Olsen
Co-Producer    Steven P. Wegner
Co-Producer    Yolanda T. Cochran
Co-Producer    John David Washington
Cinematographer    Don Burgess
Editor    Cindy Mollo
Composer    Atticus Ross
Composer    Claudia Sarne
Composer    Leopold Ross
Music Supervisor    Deva Anderson
Production Designer    Gae Buckley
Art Director    Chris Burian-Mohr
Set Designer    John Chichester
Set Designer    Lorrie Campbell
Set Designer    Siobhan Roome
Set Designer    Derrick D. Ballard
Set Designer    Ricardo Guillermo
Set Decorator    Patrick T. Cassidy
Costume Designer    Sharen Davis
Sound Mixer    David Brownlow
Supervising Sound Editor    Steven D. Williams
Sound Designer    Steven D. Williams
Supervising Sound Editor    Eric A. Norris
Sound Designer    Eric A. Norris
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Jenkins
Re-recording Mixer    Frank A. Montano
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jon Farhat
Associate Producer    Brad Arensman
Associate Producer    Ethan Erwin
Assistant Director    Jeffrey J.P. Wetzel
Second Unit Director    Charlie Parish
Casting Director    Mandy Marin