Captain America: The First Avenger

Captain America: The First Avenger poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $176,654,505Details
International Box Office $193,915,271
Worldwide Box Office $370,569,776
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $46,149,458 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $60,667,611 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $106,817,069
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Captain America: The First Avenger will focus on the early days of the Marvel Universe when Steve Rogers volunteers to participate in an experimental program that turns him into the Super Soldier known as Captain America. As Captain America, Rogers joins forces with Bucky Barnes and Peggy Carter to wage war on the evil HYDRA organization, led by the villainous Red Skull.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
79% - Certified Fresh
Audience
74% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$140,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 22nd, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: October 25th, 2011 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action.
(Rating bulletin 2180, 7/13/2011)
Running Time: 124 minutes
Franchise: The Avengers, Captain America
Keywords: Gratuitous Cameos, Visual Effects, Occult, Foreign Language, Orphan, War, Non-Chronological, Prologue, Nazis, Good vs. Evil, Epilogue, World War II, Origin Story, 3-D, Marvel Comics, Super Soldier Serum
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Marvel Studios

Cast

   Steve Rogers / Captain America
Tommy Lee Jones    Chester Philips
Hugo Weaving    Johann Schmidt / Red Skull
Sebastian Stan    Bucky Barnes
Hayley Atwell    Peggy Carter
Dominic Cooper    Howard Stark
Toby Jones    Armin Zola
Neal McDonough    Dum Dum Dugan
Derek Luke    Gabe Jones
Stanley Tucci    Abraham Erskine
Richard Armitage    Heinz Kruger
Samuel L. Jackson    Nick Fury
Kenneth Choi    Jim Morita
Stan Lee    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Co-Producer    Stephen Broussard
Co-Producer    Victoria Alonso
Executive Producer    Alan Fine
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    David Maisel
Executive Producer    Joe Johnston
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    Nigel Gostelow
Producer    Kevin Feige
Screenwriter    Christopher Markus
Screenwriter    Stephen McFeely
Based on the Marvel Comic by    Joe Simon
Based on the Marvel Comic by    Jack Kirby
Cinematographer    Shelly Johnson
Editor    Jeffrey Ford
Editor    Robert Dalva
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Production Designer    Rick Heinrichs
Supervising Art Director    John Dexter
Supervising Art Director    Andy Nicholson
Supervising Art Director    Chris Lowe
Art Director    Phil Harvey
Art Director    Jason Know-Johnston
Art Director    Dean Clegg
Art Director    Paul Kirby
Art Director    Phil Sims
Set Decorator    John Bush
Costume Designer    Kenny Crouch
Sound Mixer    David Stephenson
Sound Designer    Stephen Hunter Flick
Sound Designer    Shannon Mills
Sound Designer    Jason W. Jennings
Sound Designer    Daniel Pagan
Supervising Sound Editor    Howell Gibbens
Re-recording Mixer    Scott Millan
Re-recording Mixer    David Parker
Special Effects Supervisor    Paul Corbould
Visual Effects Supervisor    Christopher Townsend
Stunt Coordinator    Steve Dent
Associate Producer    Mitch Bell
Associate Producer    Richard Whelan
Assistant Director    Richard Whelan
Second Unit Director    Jonathan Taylor

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/22 1 $25,700,189   3,715 $6,918   $25,700,189 1
2011/07/23 1 $21,943,393 -15% 3,715 $5,907   $47,643,582 2
2011/07/24 1 $17,414,942 -21% 3,715 $4,688   $65,058,524 3
2011/07/25 1 $7,752,188 -55% 3,715 $2,087   $72,810,712 4
2011/07/26 1 $7,831,121 +1% 3,715 $2,108   $80,641,833 5
2011/07/27 1 $5,801,265 -26% 3,715 $1,562   $86,443,098 6
2011/07/28 1 $5,424,170 -7% 3,715 $1,460   $91,867,268 7
2011/07/29 3 $7,864,581 +45% 3,715 $2,117   $99,731,849 8
2011/07/30 3 $9,939,604 +26% 3,715 $2,676   $109,671,453 9
2011/07/31 3 $7,750,118 -22% 3,715 $2,086   $117,421,571 10
2011/08/01 3 $3,438,458 -56% 3,715 $926   $120,860,029 11
2011/08/02 3 $3,621,505 +5% 3,715 $975   $124,481,534 12
2011/08/03 3 $2,986,118 -18% 3,715 $804   $127,467,652 13
2011/08/04 3 $2,714,393 -9% 3,715 $731   $130,182,045 14
2011/08/05 5 $3,794,738 +40% 3,620 $1,048   $133,976,783 15
2011/08/06 4 $5,183,685 +37% 3,620 $1,432   $139,160,468 16
2011/08/07 5 $4,043,499 -22% 3,620 $1,117   $143,203,967 17
2011/08/08 5 $1,672,605 -59% 3,620 $462   $144,876,572 18
2011/08/09 4 $1,989,856 +19% 3,620 $550   $146,866,428 19
2011/08/10 5 $1,503,295 -24% 3,620 $415   $148,369,723 20
2011/08/11 5 $1,390,483 -8% 3,620 $384   $149,760,206 21
2011/08/12 9 $2,056,167 +48% 2,835 $725   $151,816,373 22
2011/08/13 7 $2,879,093 +40% 2,835 $1,016   $154,695,466 23
2011/08/14 8 $2,275,642 -21% 2,835 $803   $156,971,108 24
2011/08/15 8 $985,172 -57% 2,835 $348   $157,956,280 25
2011/08/16 8 $1,055,121 +7% 2,835 $372   $159,011,401 26
2011/08/17 8 $810,629 -23% 2,835 $286   $159,822,030 27
2011/08/18 9 $810,084 n/c 2,835 $286   $160,632,114 28
2011/08/19 12 $1,187,772 +47% 1,988 $597   $161,819,886 29
2011/08/20 13 $1,726,846 +45% 1,988 $869   $163,546,732 30
2011/08/21 13 $1,200,911 -30% 1,988 $604   $164,747,643 31
2011/08/22 12 $452,532 -62% 1,988 $228   $165,200,175 32
2011/08/23 12 $486,116 +7% 1,988 $245   $165,686,291 33
2011/08/24 12 $400,440 -18% 1,988 $201   $166,086,731 34
2011/08/25 12 $435,137 +9% 1,988 $219   $166,521,868 35
2011/08/26 16 $628,355 +44% 1,424 $441   $167,150,223 36
2011/08/27 16 $955,978 +52% 1,424 $671   $168,106,201 37
2011/08/28 16 $664,105 -31% 1,424 $466   $168,770,306 38
2011/08/29 15 $238,314 -64% 1,424 $167   $169,008,620 39
2011/08/30 15 $256,942 +8% 1,424 $180   $169,265,562 40
2011/08/31 16 $214,567 -16% 1,424 $151   $169,480,129 41
2011/09/01 16 $219,045 +2% 1,424 $154   $169,699,174 42
2011/09/02 14 $456,605 +108% 1,050 $435   $170,155,779 43
2011/09/03 13 $713,285 +56% 1,050 $679   $170,869,064 44
2011/09/04 13 $758,477 +6% 1,050 $722   $171,627,541 45
2011/09/05 13 $645,219 -15% 1,050 $614   $172,272,760 46
2011/09/06 - $128,530 -80% 1,050 $122   $172,401,290 47
2011/09/07 - $108,701 -15% 1,050 $104   $172,509,991 48
2011/09/08 - $104,019 -4% 1,050 $99   $172,614,010 49
2011/09/09 17 $244,177 +135% 804 $304   $172,858,187 50
2011/09/10 17 $392,501 +61% 804 $488   $173,250,688 51
2011/09/11 18 $208,975 -47% 804 $260   $173,459,663 52
2011/09/12 18 $60,731 -71% 804 $76   $173,520,394 53
2011/09/13 - $74,404 +23% 804 $93   $173,594,798 54
2011/09/14 - $68,137 -8% 804 $85   $173,662,935 55
2011/09/15 17 $74,639 +10% 804 $93   $173,737,574 56
2011/09/16 - $154,360 +107% 540 $286   $173,891,934 57
2011/09/17 - $260,287 +69% 540 $482   $174,152,221 58
2011/09/18 - $149,299 -43% 540 $276   $174,301,520 59
2011/09/19 - $43,210 -71% 540 $80   $174,344,730 60
2011/09/20 - $48,639 +13% 540 $90   $174,393,369 61
2011/09/21 - $45,188 -7% 540 $84   $174,438,557 62
2011/09/22 - $52,376 +16% 540 $97   $174,490,933 63
2011/09/23 - $85,428 +63% 334 $256   $174,576,361 64
2011/09/24 - $139,519 +63% 334 $418   $174,715,880 65
2011/09/25 - $77,082 -45% 334 $231   $174,792,962 66
2011/09/26 - $23,466 -70% 334 $70   $174,816,428 67
2011/09/27 - $27,108 +16% 334 $81   $174,843,536 68
2011/09/28 - $23,873 -12% 334 $71   $174,867,409 69
2011/09/29 - $26,802 +12% 334 $80   $174,894,211 70
2011/09/30 - $121,298 +353% 350 $347   $175,015,509 71
2011/10/01 - $192,122 +58% 350 $549   $175,207,631 72
2011/10/02 - $122,787 -36% 350 $351   $175,330,418 73
2011/10/03 - $39,115 -68% 350 $112   $175,369,533 74
2011/10/04 - $45,104 +15% 350 $129   $175,414,637 75
2011/10/05 - $38,374 -15% 350 $110   $175,453,011 76
2011/10/06 - $41,089 +7% 350 $117   $175,494,100 77
2011/10/07 - $91,790 +123% 303 $303   $175,585,890 78
2011/10/08 - $131,960 +44% 303 $436   $175,717,850 79
2011/10/09 - $88,003 -33% 303 $290   $175,805,853 80
2011/10/10 - $43,015 -51% 303 $142   $175,848,868 81
2011/10/11 - $31,233 -27% 303 $103   $175,880,101 82
2011/10/12 - $28,602 -8% 303 $94   $175,908,703 83
2011/10/13 - $31,830 +11% 303 $105   $175,940,533 84
2011/10/14 - $70,372 +121% 246 $286   $176,010,905 85
2011/10/15 - $103,842 +48% 246 $422   $176,114,747 86
2011/10/16 - $59,040 -43% 246 $240   $176,173,787 87
2011/10/17 - $19,747 -67% 246 $80   $176,193,534 88
2011/10/18 - $22,568 +14% 246 $92   $176,216,102 89
2011/10/19 - $20,465 -9% 246 $83   $176,236,567 90
2011/10/20 - $26,085 +27% 246 $106   $176,262,652 91
2011/10/21 - $51,013 +96% 184 $277   $176,313,665 92
2011/10/22 - $70,752 +39% 184 $385   $176,384,417 93
2011/10/23 - $38,978 -45% 184 $212   $176,423,395 94
2011/10/24 - $11,670 -70% 184 $63   $176,435,065 95
2011/10/25 - $13,653 +17% 184 $74   $176,448,718 96
2011/10/26 - $11,733 -14% 184 $64   $176,460,451 97
2011/10/27 - $12,296 +5% 184 $67   $176,472,747 98
2011/10/28 - $22,690 +85% 139 $163   $176,495,437 99
2011/10/29 - $35,222 +55% 139 $253   $176,530,659 100
2011/10/30 - $20,517 -42% 139 $148   $176,551,176 101
2011/10/31 - $7,964 -61% 139 $57   $176,559,140 102
2011/11/01 - $7,830 -2% 139 $56   $176,566,970 103
2011/11/02 - $6,087 -22% 139 $44   $176,573,057 104
2011/11/03 - $6,948 +14% 139 $50   $176,580,005 105
2011/11/04 - $17,677 +154% 102 $173   $176,597,682 106
2011/11/05 - $25,292 +43% 102 $248   $176,622,974 107
2011/11/06 - $13,842 -45% 102 $136   $176,636,816 108
2011/11/07 - $3,531 -74% 102 $35   $176,640,347 109
2011/11/08 - $4,539 +29% 102 $45   $176,644,886 110
2011/11/09 - $3,777 -17% 102 $37   $176,648,663 111
2011/11/10 - $5,842 +55% 102 $57   $176,654,505 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/22 1 $65,058,524   3,715 $17,512   $65,058,524 3
2011/07/29 3 $25,554,303 -61% 3,715 $6,879   $117,421,571 10
2011/08/05 5 $13,021,922 -49% 3,620 $3,597   $143,203,967 17
2011/08/12 8 $7,210,902 -45% 2,835 $2,544   $156,971,108 24
2011/08/19 13 $4,115,529 -43% 1,988 $2,070   $164,747,643 31
2011/08/26 16 $2,248,438 -45% 1,424 $1,579   $168,770,306 38
2011/09/02 13 $1,928,367 -14% 1,050 $1,837   $171,627,541 45
2011/09/09 17 $845,653 -56% 804 $1,052   $173,459,663 52
2011/09/16 20 $563,946 -33% 540 $1,044   $174,301,520 59
2011/09/23 25 $302,029 -46% 334 $904   $174,792,962 66
2011/09/30 18 $436,207 +44% 350 $1,246   $175,330,418 73
2011/10/07 18 $311,753 -29% 303 $1,029   $175,805,853 80
2011/10/14 23 $233,254 -25% 246 $948   $176,173,787 87
2011/10/21 30 $160,743 -31% 184 $874   $176,423,395 94
2011/10/28 39 $78,429 -51% 139 $564   $176,551,176 101
2011/11/04 44 $56,811 -28% 102 $557   $176,636,816 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/30/20111701,193 701,193$12,123,627$12,123,6271
11/6/20114231,634-67% 932,827$4,167,096$16,290,7232
11/13/20119105,056-55% 1,037,883$1,889,957$18,180,6803
11/20/20112165,812-37% 1,103,695$1,183,958$19,364,6384
12/4/20112756,881 1,198,067$1,120,556$21,159,6576
12/11/20112455,570-2% 1,253,637$1,060,831$22,220,4887
12/18/20112578,163+41% 1,331,800$1,327,989$23,548,4778
12/25/20112596,963+24% 1,428,763$1,453,475$25,001,9539
2/19/2012973,597 1,609,023$1,241,581$28,087,20817
4/22/20122720,557 1,666,412$352,141$29,070,54126
4/29/20121829,953+46% 1,696,365$459,779$29,530,32027
5/6/20121251,748+73% 1,748,113$775,185$30,305,50528
5/13/2012977,647+50% 1,825,760$1,184,117$31,489,62129
5/20/20121446,900-40% 1,872,660$711,473$32,201,09430
5/27/20121930,173-36% 1,902,833$528,933$32,730,02731
6/3/20122227,131-10% 1,929,964$486,459$33,216,48632
9/30/20122825,876 2,000,799$428,507$34,431,46849
10/7/20122915,866-39% 2,016,665$258,933$34,690,40150

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/30/20111800,415 800,415$20,786,778$20,786,7781
11/6/20112156,725-80% 957,140$5,316,105$26,102,8832
11/13/2011746,350-70% 1,003,490$1,158,282$27,261,1653
11/20/2011530,679-34% 1,034,169$1,073,475$28,334,6404
11/27/20111758,181+90% 1,092,350$1,900,773$30,235,4135
12/4/20111728,875-50% 1,121,225$1,010,339$31,245,7526
12/11/20111060,343+109% 1,181,568$2,105,982$33,351,7347
12/18/20111278,037+29% 1,259,605$2,730,500$36,082,2348
12/25/201115122,454+57% 1,382,059$4,284,660$40,366,8949
1/29/2012916,039 1,435,377$551,725$42,200,97614
2/5/20121813,988-13% 1,449,365$389,576$42,590,55215
4/22/20121013,754 1,518,708$363,388$44,502,07026
4/29/2012623,052+68% 1,541,760$576,065$45,078,13527
5/6/2012726,901+17% 1,568,661$672,252$45,750,38728
5/13/2012538,720+44% 1,607,381$1,009,032$46,759,41929
5/20/2012822,887-41% 1,630,268$685,683$47,445,10230
5/27/20121613,508-41% 1,643,776$404,693$47,849,79531
6/3/20121514,262+6% 1,658,038$427,000$48,276,79532
8/12/2012179,707 1,699,993$261,495$49,407,00842
9/30/2012628,050 1,750,006$670,393$50,602,31249
10/7/20121015,257-46% 1,765,263$385,697$50,988,00950
12/2/20121841,555 1,863,876$1,121,575$53,649,58658
12/9/20121537,695-9% 1,901,571$1,017,380$54,666,96659
9/14/20141010,820 1,982,747$584,921$59,055,231151

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