Captain Phillips

Captain Phillips poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $107,136,417Details
International Box Office $111,721,479
Worldwide Box Office $218,857,896
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $15,092,190 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,175,718 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $26,267,908
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

A multi-layered examination of the 2009 hijacking of the U.S. container ship Maersk Alabama by a crew of Somali pirates. The film focuses on the relationship between the Alabama’s commanding officer, Captain Richard Phillips, and his Somali counterpart, Muse. Set on an incontrovertible collision course off the coast of Somalia, both men will find themselves paying the human toll for economic forces outside of their control.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
93% - Certified Fresh
Audience
90% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 11th, 2013 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
October 11th, 2013 (IMAX) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: January 21st, 2014 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sustained intense sequences of menace, some violence with bloody images, and for substance use.
(Rating bulletin 2287, 8/28/2013)
Keywords: On a Boat, Hostage, Pirates, Rescue, Hijacking, Special Ops
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Scott Rudin, Michael De Luca, Trigger Street Productions

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire easily won first place at the box office this past weekend and it even broke the record for biggest opening weekend in November. Even so, its opening seems a little disappointing, because some analysts were predicting an opening of more than $180 million. The overall box office was still huge at $226 million. This was nearly $100 million or 80% more than last weekend. This was also higher than the same weekend last year by 9%. Unfortunately, 2013 is still behind 2012 by 1.4% at $9.28 billion to $9.41 billion. More...

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October is an awkward month. It sits between the dumping ground that is September and November, the unofficial start of Awards Season / holiday blockbuster season. For the most part, September was stronger than average for the month and there's reason to be optimistic going forward. After all, box office success tends to feed on itself, as does box office struggles. That said, there are not a lot of sure hits over the coming four weeks. Of the nine or ten films opening wide this month, only Gravity has a better than 50/50 chance at $100 million. Captain Phillips could have a shot at the century mark, but only if it becomes a serious Awards Season player. Its early reviews suggest that could be a possibility. Last October, there were two films to reach the $100 million mark, Taken 2 and Argo. On the other hand, pretty much everything else that opened that month crashed and burned. While this October doesn't have as strong a top end, it will hopefully have much better depth. More...

Cast

Tom Hanks    Captain Richard Philips
Barkhad Abdi    Muse
Barkhad Abdirahman    Bilal
Catherine Keener    Andrea Phillips
Max Martini    SEAL Commander
Faysal Ahmed    Najee
Mahat M. Ali    Elmi
Michael Chernus    Shane
Corey Johnson    Ken Quinn
Yul Vazquez    Captain Frank Castellano
David Warshofsky    Mike Perry

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Paul Greengrass
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Dana Brunetti
Producer    Michael De Luca
Screenwriter    Billy Ray
Story Creator    Richard Phillips
Story Creator    Stephan Talty
Executive Producer    Gregory Goodman
Executive Producer    Eli Bush
Executive Producer    Kevin Spacey
Director of Photography    Barry Ackroyd
Production Designer    Paul Kirby
Editor    Christopher Rouse
Costume Designer    Mark Bridges
Composer    Henry Jackman
Music Supervisor    Michael Higham
Set Decorator    Dominic Capon
Set Designer    Peter Russell
Sound Mixer    Chris Munro
Sound Mixer    Tim Fraser
Supervising Sound Editor    Oliver Tarney
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Burdon
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Taylor
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Prestwood Smith
Visual Effects Producer    Dan Barrow
Stunt Coordinator    Rob Inch
Assistant Director    Chris Carreras
Second Unit Director    Christopher Forster
Second Unit Director    Niels Reedtz Johansen
Casting Director    Francine Maisler

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/10/11 2 $8,488,587   3,020 $2,811   $8,488,587 1
2013/10/12 2 $10,450,283 +23% 3,020 $3,460   $18,938,870 2
2013/10/13 2 $6,779,444 -35% 3,020 $2,245   $25,718,314 3
2013/10/14 2 $3,583,153 -47% 3,020 $1,186   $29,301,467 4
2013/10/15 2 $2,628,046 -27% 3,020 $870   $31,929,513 5
2013/10/16 2 $2,088,516 -21% 3,020 $692   $34,018,029 6
2013/10/17 2 $2,012,206 -4% 3,020 $666   $36,030,235 7
2013/10/18 3 $5,082,902 +153% 3,020 $1,683   $41,113,137 8
2013/10/19 2 $7,378,399 +45% 3,020 $2,443   $48,491,536 9
2013/10/20 2 $3,951,792 -46% 3,020 $1,309   $52,443,328 10
2013/10/21 2 $1,346,889 -66% 3,020 $446   $53,790,217 11
2013/10/22 2 $1,778,352 +32% 3,020 $589   $55,568,569 12
2013/10/23 2 $1,375,966 -23% 3,020 $456   $56,944,535 13
2013/10/24 2 $1,329,508 -3% 3,020 $440   $58,274,043 14
2013/10/25 3 $3,624,051 +173% 3,143 $1,153   $61,898,094 15
2013/10/26 3 $5,178,818 +43% 3,143 $1,648   $67,076,912 16
2013/10/27 3 $2,839,171 -45% 3,143 $903   $69,916,083 17
2013/10/28 3 $896,782 -68% 3,143 $285   $70,812,865 18
2013/10/29 3 $1,188,072 +32% 3,143 $378   $72,000,937 19
2013/10/30 3 $874,028 -26% 3,143 $278   $72,874,965 20
2013/10/31 3 $1,175,542 +34% 3,143 $374   $74,050,507 21
2013/11/01 6 $2,431,599 +107% 3,021 $805   $76,482,106 22
2013/11/02 6 $3,936,424 +62% 3,021 $1,303   $80,418,530 23
2013/11/03 6 $2,039,702 -48% 3,021 $675   $82,458,232 24
2013/11/04 6 $620,679 -70% 3,021 $205   $83,078,911 25
2013/11/05 6 $820,290 +32% 3,021 $272   $83,899,201 26
2013/11/06 5 $646,378 -21% 3,021 $214   $84,545,579 27
2013/11/07 6 $636,437 -2% 3,021 $211   $85,182,016 28
2013/11/08 8 $1,586,768 +149% 2,646 $600   $86,768,784 29
2013/11/09 8 $2,541,934 +60% 2,646 $961   $89,310,718 30
2013/11/10 8 $1,583,326 -38% 2,646 $598   $90,894,044 31
2013/11/11 8 $849,799 -46% 2,646 $321   $91,743,843 32
2013/11/12 7 $513,930 -40% 2,646 $194   $92,257,773 33
2013/11/13 7 $435,734 -15% 2,646 $165   $92,693,507 34
2013/11/14 7 $423,951 -3% 2,646 $160   $93,117,458 35
2013/11/15 9 $1,281,440 +202% 2,626 $488   $94,398,898 36
2013/11/16 8 $2,089,893 +63% 2,626 $796   $96,488,791 37
2013/11/17 9 $1,013,885 -51% 2,626 $386   $97,502,676 38
2013/11/18 8 $317,697 -69% 2,626 $121   $97,820,373 39
2013/11/19 8 $432,234 +36% 2,626 $165   $98,252,607 40
2013/11/20 8 $347,550 -20% 2,626 $132   $98,600,157 41
2013/11/21 9 $284,311 -18% 2,626 $108   $98,884,468 42
2013/11/22 12 $533,840 +88% 1,656 $322   $99,418,308 43
2013/11/23 12 $846,954 +59% 1,656 $511   $100,265,262 44
2013/11/24 12 $440,572 -48% 1,656 $266   $100,705,834 45
2013/11/25 12 $182,653 -59% 1,656 $110   $100,888,487 46
2013/11/26 12 $252,487 +38% 1,656 $152   $101,140,974 47
2013/11/27 18 $200,505 -21% 807 $248   $101,341,479 48
2013/11/28 16 $234,472 +17% 807 $291   $101,575,951 49
2013/11/29 17 $499,397 +113% 807 $619   $102,075,348 50
2013/11/30 17 $451,373 -10% 807 $559   $102,526,721 51
2013/12/01 18 $197,234 -56% 807 $244   $102,723,955 52
2013/12/02 18 $60,299 -69% 807 $75   $102,784,254 53
2013/12/03 16 $73,148 +21% 807 $91   $102,857,402 54
2013/12/04 16 $66,307 -9% 807 $82   $102,923,709 55
2013/12/05 16 $66,668 +1% 807 $83   $102,990,377 56
2013/12/06 - $149,584 +124% 640 $234   $103,139,961 57
2013/12/07 - $240,758 +61% 640 $376   $103,380,719 58
2013/12/08 - $119,859 -50% 640 $187   $103,500,578 59
2013/12/09 17 $49,863 -58% 640 $78   $103,550,441 60
2013/12/10 16 $62,112 +25% 640 $97   $103,612,553 61
2013/12/11 17 $55,926 -10% 640 $87   $103,668,479 62
2013/12/12 17 $55,926 n/c 640 $87   $103,724,405 63
2013/12/13 - $83,803 +50% 323 $259   $103,808,208 64
2013/12/14 - $127,704 +52% 323 $395   $103,935,912 65
2013/12/15 - $78,669 -38% 323 $244   $104,017,034 66
2013/12/16 - $34,200 -57% 323 $106   $104,051,234 67
2013/12/17 - $35,536 +4% 323 $110   $104,086,770 68
2013/12/18 - $30,171 -15% 323 $93   $104,116,941 69
2013/12/19 - $30,311 n/c 323 $94   $104,147,252 70
2013/12/20 - $35,611 +17% 172 $207   $104,182,863 71
2013/12/21 - $59,198 +66% 172 $344   $104,242,061 72
2013/12/22 - $45,579 -23% 172 $265   $104,287,640 73
2013/12/30 - $33,277   111 $300   $104,602,000 81
2013/12/31 - $36,057 +8% 111 $325   $104,638,057 82
2014/01/01 - $48,072 +33% 111 $433   $104,686,129 83
2014/01/03 - $37,854   105 $361   $104,723,983 85
2014/01/04 - $54,017 +43% 105 $514   $104,778,000 86
2014/01/05 - $29,161 -46% 105 $278   $104,834,734 87
2014/01/10 - $28,245   114 $248   $104,920,296 92
2014/01/11 - $43,367 +54% 114 $380   $104,963,663 93
2014/01/12 - $23,863 -45% 114 $209   $104,987,526 94
2014/01/13 - $9,381 -61% 114 $82   $104,996,907 95
2014/01/14 - $13,388 +43% 114 $117   $105,010,295 96
2014/01/15 - $44,212 +230% 903 $49   $105,054,507 97
2014/01/16 - $63,155 +43% 903 $70   $105,117,662 98
2014/01/17 - $138,368 +119% 903 $153   $105,256,030 99
2014/01/18 - $251,979 +82% 903 $279   $105,508,009 100
2014/01/19 - $133,424 -47% 903 $148   $105,641,433 101
2014/01/20 - $126,752 -5% 903 $140   $105,768,185 102
2014/01/21 - $56,905 -55% 903 $63   $105,825,090 103
2014/01/22 - $52,123 -8% 903 $58   $105,877,213 104
2014/01/23 - $54,805 +5% 903 $61   $105,932,018 105
2014/01/24 - $91,015 +66% 302 $301   $106,023,033 106
2014/01/25 - $142,449 +57% 302 $472   $106,165,482 107
2014/01/26 - $78,669 -45% 302 $260   $106,244,151 108
2014/01/27 - $27,828 -65% 302 $92   $106,271,979 109
2014/01/28 - $35,587 +28% 302 $118   $106,307,566 110
2014/01/29 - $31,552 -11% 302 $104   $106,339,118 111
2014/01/30 - $30,630 -3% 302 $101   $106,369,748 112
2014/01/31 - $63,422 +107% 245 $259   $106,433,170 113
2014/02/01 - $88,226 +39% 245 $360   $106,521,396 114
2014/02/02 - $23,942 -73% 245 $98   $106,545,338 115
2014/02/03 - $18,835 -21% 245 $77   $106,564,173 116
2014/02/04 - $21,885 +16% 245 $89   $106,586,058 117
2014/02/05 - $18,838 -14% 245 $77   $106,604,896 118
2014/02/06 - $19,885 +6% 245 $81   $106,624,781 119
2014/02/07 - $30,236 +52% 182 $166   $106,655,017 120
2014/02/08 - $51,469 +70% 182 $283   $106,706,486 121
2014/02/09 - $29,189 -43% 182 $160   $106,735,675 122
2014/02/10 - $9,221 -68% 182 $51   $106,744,896 123
2014/02/11 - $11,974 +30% 182 $66   $106,756,870 124
2014/02/12 - $9,753 -19% 182 $54   $106,766,623 125
2014/02/13 - $11,865 +22% 182 $65   $106,778,488 126
2014/02/14 - $26,040 +119% 135 $193   $106,804,528 127
2014/02/15 - $31,708 +22% 135 $235   $106,836,236 128
2014/02/16 - $22,902 -28% 135 $170   $106,859,138 129
2014/02/17 - $12,582 -45% 135 $93   $106,871,720 130
2014/02/18 - $7,479 -41% 135 $55   $106,879,199 131
2014/02/19 - $6,423 -14% 135 $48   $106,885,622 132
2014/02/20 - $7,158 +11% 135 $53   $106,892,780 133
2014/02/21 - $16,476 +130% 189 $87   $106,909,256 134
2014/02/22 - $32,866 +99% 189 $174   $106,942,122 135
2014/02/23 - $14,949 -55% 189 $79   $106,957,071 136
2014/02/28 - $89,673   96 $934   $107,046,744 141
2014/03/01 - $89,673 n/c 96 $934   $107,136,417 142
2014/03/02 - $9,184 -90% 96 $96   $107,100,855 143

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/10/11 2 $25,718,314   3,020 $8,516   $25,718,314 3
2013/10/18 2 $16,413,093 -36% 3,020 $5,435   $52,443,328 10
2013/10/25 3 $11,642,040 -29% 3,143 $3,704   $69,916,083 17
2013/11/01 6 $8,407,725 -28% 3,021 $2,783   $82,458,232 24
2013/11/08 8 $5,712,028 -32% 2,646 $2,159   $90,894,044 31
2013/11/15 9 $4,385,218 -23% 2,626 $1,670   $97,502,676 38
2013/11/22 12 $1,821,366 -58% 1,656 $1,100   $100,705,834 45
2013/11/29 17 $1,148,004 -37% 807 $1,423   $102,723,955 52
2013/12/06 15 $510,201 -56% 640 $797   $103,500,578 59
2013/12/13 20 $290,176 -43% 323 $898   $104,017,034 66
2013/12/20 24 $140,388 -52% 172 $816   $104,287,640 73
2013/12/27 31 $140,799 n/c 111 $1,268   $104,568,723 80
2014/01/03 32 $121,032 -14% 105 $1,153   $104,834,734 87
2014/01/10 39 $38,158 -68% 114 $335   $104,987,526 94
2014/01/17 24 $523,771 +1,273% 903 $580   $105,641,433 101
2014/01/24 24 $312,133 -40% 302 $1,034   $106,244,151 108
2014/01/31 31 $175,590 -44% 245 $717   $106,545,338 115
2014/02/07 34 $110,894 -37% 182 $609   $106,735,675 122
2014/02/14 39 $80,650 -27% 135 $597   $106,859,138 129
2014/02/21 46 $64,291 -20% 189 $340   $106,957,071 136
2014/02/28 32 $188,530 +193% 96 $1,964   $107,100,855 143

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/26/20141352,147 352,147$5,785,775$5,785,7751
2/2/20145114,834-67% 466,981$2,218,593$8,004,3682
2/9/20147108,766-5% 575,747$1,771,798$9,776,1663
2/16/20141654,565-50% 630,312$1,034,552$10,810,7194
2/23/20141434,542-37% 664,854$654,571$11,465,2905
3/2/20141624,537-29% 689,391$460,069$11,925,3586
3/9/20141629,058+18% 718,449$460,569$12,385,9287
3/16/20142223,309-20% 741,758$349,402$12,735,3298
3/23/20142414,267-39% 756,025$213,862$12,949,1929
3/30/20142216,982+19% 773,007$254,560$13,203,75210
6/8/20142413,963 860,647$183,195$14,535,22220

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/26/20141290,972 290,972$6,110,412$6,110,4121
2/2/2014565,188-78% 356,160$1,496,722$7,607,1342
2/9/20141431,815-51% 387,975$727,921$8,335,0553
2/16/20141031,217-2% 419,192$715,186$9,050,2414
2/23/20141316,770-46% 435,962$384,701$9,434,9425
3/2/2014822,748+36% 458,710$366,918$9,801,8606
3/9/20141417,686-22% 476,396$295,351$10,097,2117
3/16/20141618,594+5% 494,990$284,678$10,381,8898
3/30/20141910,533 509,138$192,750$10,640,79210

Captain Phillips

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