Bruce Almighty

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $242,704,995Details
International Box Office $240,768,967
Worldwide Box Office $483,473,962
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
48% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$81,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 23rd, 2003 (Wide) by Universal
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language, sexual content and some crude humor
Franchise: Bruce Almighty
Keywords: Secret Magic
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Spyglass Entertainment, Sahdy Acres, Pitt Bull

DVD Releases for June 2nd, 2009

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Contest - Goodbye, Blu-Skies

Evan Almighty is the target film for his week's box office prediction contest. Not only that, but it is also the first time in our series that we will be giving away a High Definition DVD, maybe. Bruce Almighty was recently released on HD-DVD and that is the top prize this week. However, since most people don't have HD-DVD players, we will only give the HD-DVD version if the winner requests it. Otherwise, they will get the DVD version. To win, one must simply predict the box office opening for Evan Almighty. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, as well as whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win one copy of Bruce Almighty (HD-DVD or DVD, please specify). In addition, for both winners, we will purchase a tree in their name in the Almighty Forest. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

DVD Releases for June 12, 2007

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/05/23 1 $20,114,325   3,482 $5,777   $20,830,000 1
2003/05/24 1 $25,425,900 +26% 3,482 $7,302   $45,540,225 2
2003/05/25 1 $22,413,105 -12% 3,482 $6,437   $68,669,005 3
2003/05/26 1 $17,780,715 -21% 3,483 $5,105   $85,734,045 4
2003/05/27 1 $5,137,000 -71% 3,483 $1,475   $90,871,000 5
2003/05/28 1 $4,685,000 -9% 3,483 $1,345   $95,556,000 6
2003/05/29 1 $4,510,000 -4% 3,483 $1,295   $100,067,000 7
2003/05/30 2 $11,052,180 +145% 3,490 $3,167   $111,118,770 8
2003/05/31 2 $15,871,140 +44% 3,492 $4,545   $126,989,910 9
2003/06/01 2 $10,406,160 -34% 3,492 $2,980   $137,396,070 10
2003/06/02 2 $2,898,000 -72% 3,492 $830   $140,294,000 11
2003/06/03 2 $3,178,000 +10% 3,492 $910   $143,472,000 12
2003/06/04 2 $2,829,000 -11% 3,492 $810   $146,301,000 13
2003/06/05 2 $2,776,000 -2% 3,492 $795   $149,077,000 14
2003/06/06 3 $6,707,610 +142% 3,549 $1,890   $155,784,420 15
2003/06/07 3 $9,688,770 +44% 3,549 $2,730   $165,473,190 16
2003/06/08 3 $5,962,335 -38% 3,549 $1,680   $171,435,525 17
2003/06/09 3 $1,970,000 -67% 3,549 $555   $173,405,000 18
2003/06/10 3 $2,112,000 +7% 3,549 $595   $175,517,000 19
2003/06/11 3 $1,952,000 -8% 3,549 $550   $177,469,000 20
2003/06/12 3 $2,111,000 +8% 3,549 $595   $179,580,000 21
2003/06/13 5 $4,433,000 +110% 3,477 $1,275   $184,013,000 22
2003/06/14 3 $5,876,000 +33% 3,477 $1,690   $189,889,000 23
2003/06/15 3 $3,929,000 -33% 3,477 $1,130   $193,818,135 24
2003/06/16 3 $1,617,000 -59% 3,477 $465   $195,435,000 25
2003/06/17 3 $1,773,000 +10% 3,477 $510   $197,208,000 26
2003/06/18 3 $1,756,000 -1% 3,477 $505   $198,964,000 27
2003/06/19 3 $1,773,000 +1% 3,477 $510   $200,737,000 28
2003/06/20 4 $2,979,000 +68% 3,090 $964   $203,716,000 29
2003/06/21 4 $4,011,000 +35% 3,090 $1,298   $207,727,000 30
2003/06/22 4 $2,659,000 -34% 3,090 $861   $210,542,710 31
2003/06/23 4 $1,122,000 -58% 3,074 $365   $211,664,710 32
2003/06/24 4 $1,183,000 +5% 3,074 $385   $212,847,710 33
2003/06/25 4 $1,139,000 -4% 3,074 $371   $213,986,710 34
2003/06/26 4 $1,153,000 +1% 3,074 $375   $215,140,000 35
2003/06/27 6 $1,882,210 +63% 2,651 $710   $217,022,210 36
2003/06/28 5 $2,558,215 +36% 2,651 $965   $219,580,135 37
2003/06/29 6 $1,749,660 -32% 2,651 $660   $221,329,795 38
2003/06/30 5 $915,000 -48% 2,651 $345   $222,244,795 39
2003/07/01 6 $875,000 -4% 2,651 $330   $223,119,795 40
2003/07/02 8 $686,000 -22% 1,997 $344   $223,805,795 41
2003/07/03 8 $873,000 +27% 1,997 $437   $224,678,795 42
2003/07/04 9 $993,435 +14% 1,997 $497   $225,672,230 43
2003/07/05 9 $1,832,550 +84% 1,997 $918   $227,504,780 44
2003/07/06 9 $1,186,335 -35% 1,929 $615   $228,646,570 45
2003/07/07 9 $588,000 -50% 1,929 $305   $229,234,570 46
2003/07/08 8 $615,000 +5% 1,929 $319   $229,849,570 47
2003/07/09 10 $477,000 -22% 1,929 $247   $230,326,570 48
2003/07/10 9 $486,000 +2% 1,929 $252   $230,812,570 49

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/05/23 1 $67,953,330   3,483 $19,510   $67,953,330 3
2003/05/30 2 $37,329,480 -45% 3,492 $10,690   $137,396,070 10
2003/06/06 3 $22,358,715 -40% 3,549 $6,300   $171,435,525 17
2003/06/13 3 $14,238,315 -36% 3,477 $4,095   $193,818,135 24
2003/06/20 4 $9,806,060 -31% 3,074 $3,190   $210,542,710 31
2003/06/27 6 $6,190,085 -37% 2,651 $2,335   $221,329,795 38
2003/07/04 9 $4,012,320 -35% 1,929 $2,080   $228,646,570 45
2003/07/11 11 $2,379,285 -41% 1,429 $1,665   $233,195,315 52
2003/07/18 14 $1,424,250 -40% 996 $1,430   $235,941,390 59
2003/07/25 17 $718,900 -50% 553 $1,300   $237,531,380 66
2003/08/01 18 $604,905 -16% 456 $1,327   $238,542,825 73
2003/08/08 22 $410,095 -32% 378 $1,085   $239,308,750 80
2003/08/15 24 $325,715 -21% 329 $990   $239,855,525 87
2003/08/22 28 $320,375 -2% 332 $965   $240,356,850 94
2003/08/29 31 $345,495 +8% 289 $1,195   $240,863,285 101
2003/09/05 29 $279,740 -19% 284 $985   $241,326,540 108
2003/09/12 28 $274,665 -2% 252 $1,090   $241,686,320 115
2003/09/19 34 $213,745 -22% 225 $950   $241,976,935 122
2003/09/26 35 $167,280 -22% 204 $820   $242,202,690 129
2003/10/03 36 $123,540 -26% 174 $710   $242,375,175 136
2003/10/10 39 $82,530 -33% 126 $655   $242,495,090 143
2003/10/17 39 $62,335 -24% 91 $685   $242,589,580 150
2003/10/31 55 $31,695   51 $621   $242,701,167 164

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Cast

Jim Carrey    Bruce Nolan
Morgan Freeman    God
Jennifer Aniston    Grace
Philip Baker Hall    Jack Keller
Catherine Bell    Susan Ortega
Lisa Ann Walter    Debbie
Steve Carell    Evan Baxter
Nora Dunn    Ally Loman
Eddie Jemison    Bobby
Sally Kirkland    Anita Mann

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tom Shadyac
Executive Producer    Gary Barber
Executive Producer    Roger Birnbaum
Executive Producer    Steve Oedekerk
Producer    Tom Shadyac
Producer    Jim Carrey
Producer    James D. Brubaker
Producer    Michael Bostick
Producer    Steve Koren
Producer    Mark O Keefe
Screenwriter    Steve Koren
Screenwriter    Mark O Keefe
Screenwriter    Steve Oedekerk
Cinematographer    Dean Semler
Editor    Scott Hill
Composer    John Debney
Production Designer    Linda Descenna
Art Director    Jim Zedza
Set Designer    Nancy Deren
Set Designer    Rich Romig
Set Designer    Evelyne Barbier
Set Decorator    Ric McElvin
Costume Designer    Judy Ruskin
Sound Mixer    Jose Antonio Garcia
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael Hilkene
Visual Effects Supervisor    Bill Taylor
Visual Effects Designer    Syd Dutton
Special Effects Coordinator    Dave Kelsey
Stunt Coordinator    Mickey Gilbert
Associate Producer    Linda Fields Hill
Associate Producer    Janet Wattles
Associate Producer    Jonathan Watson
Assistant Director    Jonathan Watson
Second Unit Director    Mickey Gilbert
Second Unit Director    Donald M. McCuaig
Casting Director    Junie Lowry-Johnson
Casting Director    Ron Surma