Catwoman

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $40,202,379Details
International Box Office $41,943,000
Worldwide Box Office $82,145,379
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
9% - Rotten
Audience
18% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$100,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 23rd, 2004 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: January 18th, 2005 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for action violence and some sensuality
Keywords: D.C. Comics, Voiceover/Narration, Development Hell, Corporate Malfeasance
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Village Roadshow Productions

DVD Releases for January 18, 2005

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases and a few from the growing TV on DVD section. This week the list may seem abridged. However, the truth is it is just a really slow week. So slow that the winner of the DVD Pick of the Week is Monk - The Complete Second Season - Buy from Amazon, which was actually released last week. More...

Dwarves Tower Above All

It's a rare feat for a non-Hollywood film to top the international charts, but that's just what the German spoof, Seven Dwarfs, did this week. Playing in just three markets the film took in $10.6 million on under 1,000 screens. In its home market of Germany the film eased just 19% to $9.2 million; the result was not quite as good in Austria where it dropped a respectable 30% to $915,000, but it was in Switzerland where it shined - increasing 4% to $500,000. Overall the film has now made $29.0 million so far but the real test comes with increased competition from holiday fare and the ability to find an audience in non-German speaking markets. More...

Sharks do a Double-Take

Thanks to mostly unopposed openings several more markets, Shark Tale was able to repeat as the international box office champ this week. Not only that, but its $29.6 million more than doubled its international tally prior to the start of the weekend as the film now sits at $56.2 million. The best opening of the weekend, and most likely of its international run, was in the U.K. where the film managed to take in $9.1 million, ($13.6 million if you include last week's previews.) In France the result was strong with $4.2 million but in the face of local competition, it could only manage $3.4 million in Germany. More...

Shark Attack

With openings in nearly a dozen new markets, Shark Tale was able to take top spot on the international charts with $9.4 million in 16 markets, pushing its early total to $19.2 million internationally and over $100 million worldwide. Highlights include $4.4 million in the U.K., (including previews) and $2.05 million in Mexico. How happy the studio is with these results depends on their expectations. Compared to the average film, Shark Tale is a massive hit. But compared to Dreamworks previous digitally animated film, Shrek 2, it is a large drop. More...

Collateral Climbs to the Top

Collateral finished first on the international charts breaking The Village's five week run on top. Although, with a weekly take of only $9.4 million in 28 markets, it has as much to do with the weakness of the competition as it does with the strength of the film itself. The largest chunk of that box office came from France, where the film earned $3.8 million. More...

Spider Swings into Italy but Can\'t Top Village

The Village once again top took spot on the international scene, but by a very narrow margin. Still being plagued by sharp drop-offs, the film earned $11.2 million on 3,500 screens in 34 markets. So far the film has taken it $117 million internationally, higher than its $113 million it earned domestically. Although, it is much lower than M. Night Shyamalan's previous movie Signs. More...

Village\'s Population Grows

The Village again was the weekend champ in the international box office with $15.3 million on nearly 3,500 screens in 31 markets. Highlights for the weekend include and impressive debut in Germany at $5.5 million and a less spectacular $3.1 million in Japan. The film also suffered a 55% drop-off in its second weekend in Australia while it held up much better in Brazil. So far the film has earned $63.2 million internationally and is well on its way to matching its $112 million domestic total. More...

Stuck in Neutral

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Village Leads Limp Box Office

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Arthur, King of the International Box Office

A trio of new openings pushed King Arthur into first place this week with $13 million in 33 markets. The film now sits at $88 million internationally, and should break $100 million by next weekend. Worldwide it looks headed for $200 million. More...

Robot Takes Gold

It's a little early to say what effect the 2004 Summer Olympics will have on the box office, but the early indication is that Eurocup 2004 had a larger effect. I, Robot hit its first international milestone topping the $100 million mark and now sits at $107.7 million. It accomplished this feat by taking in $18.8 million on more than 5,300 screens in 34 markets over the weekend. With Japan and Italy still ahead, $300 million worldwide is almost guaranteed while $200 million internationally is not out of the question. More...

Robot Tops Very Light Competition

With the summer juggernauts mostly wrapping up their runs, and very little in the way of new competition, I, Robot easily finished first on the international box office charts. Its weekend earnings of $31.3 million on more than 6,000 screens in 29 markets was nearly triple what the nearest competitor could take in. The film opened number one in the U.K. (8.7 million), Germany ($5.3 million) and Russia ($2.4 million) as well as strong holdovers in France ($2.6 million) and other nations. The film has already earned $71.2 million internationally, and should top its domestic numbers within a few weeks. More...

Spider-Man Stuck on Top

Despite a severe, nearly 50% drop at the box office, Spider-man 2 remained on top with $31.6 million, including a record $1.6 million in India, the biggest opening for a Hollywood film in that market. However, the news isn't all good as big drop-offs continue to plague the Marvel web-slinger, 56% in France, 50% in the U.K. and 59% in Spain. But it is still earning immense figures thanks to record-breaking openings and should cross $600 million worldwide early in the mid-week and $300 million internationally during next weekend. More...

Bourne Becomes Supreme

The weekend results were much better than expected, at least overall. Both new films took in more than expected, while all but one the holdovers beat our prediction. Even so, the week-to-week change was again very flat with a miniscule 0.37% drop from last weekend, but was 3.57% smaller than the same weekend last year. More...

Supreme Odds

Just two wide releases this week, but unfortunately they share a lot of the same target audience. This could result in ticket splitting making both films suffer at the box office. But it is more likely that one film will simply crush the other. With the sheer contrast between their critical reception, one of them certainly deserves to crush the other. More...

Movie Websites Launches for July 16 - July 22

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Movie Websites Launches for July 2 - July 8

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2004 Summer Preview - Part 4: July

June couldn't maintain the momentum built up at the end of May with only a few films able to match expectations. And that makes July's prospects a little less bright. Without the free advertising monster hits bring in, the industry as a whole tends to suffer. July only has one sure-fire hit, and I've already talked about it in another preview. However, there are a few others that should hit the $100 million club and maybe even one or two that will make it to $200 million. More...

Movie Websites Launches for June 11 - June 17

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Movie Websites Launches for May 7 - May 13

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Movie Websites Launches for Aril 30 - May 6

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Movie Websites Launches for Aril 23 - April 29

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New Movie Release Dates

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Movie Websites Launches for January 9 - January 15

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The Cat in the Hat to Win with a Big, Big Grin


Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/07/23 3 $6,300,000   3,117 $2,021   $6,300,000 1
2004/07/24 3 $6,227,239 -1% 3,117 $1,998   $12,320,062 2
2004/07/25 3 $4,408,349 -29% 3,117 $1,414   $16,728,411 3
2004/07/26 4 $1,847,000 -58% 3,117 $593   $18,576,000 4
2004/07/27 4 $1,777,000 -4% 3,117 $570   $20,353,000 5
2004/07/28 4 $1,573,000 -11% 3,117 $505   $21,926,000 6
2004/07/29 4 $1,404,000 -11% 3,117 $450   $23,331,000 7
2004/07/30 7 $2,000,000 +42% 3,117 $642   $25,300,000 8
2004/07/31 6 $2,461,573 +23% 3,117 $790   $27,826,522 9
2004/08/01 6 $1,949,481 -21% 3,117 $625   $29,776,003 10
2004/08/02 8 $885,000 -55% 3,117 $284   $30,661,000 11
2004/08/03 8 $867,000 -2% 3,117 $278   $31,529,000 12
2004/08/04 8 $821,000 -5% 3,117 $263   $32,350,000 13
2004/08/05 8 $815,000 -1% 3,117 $261   $33,165,000 14
2004/08/06 10 $900,000 +10% 2,275 $396   $34,100,000 15
2004/08/07 8 $1,157,660 +29% 2,275 $509   $35,209,480 16
2004/08/08 9 $856,361 -26% 2,275 $376   $36,065,841 17

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/07/23 3 $16,728,411   3,117 $5,367   $16,728,411 3
2004/07/30 6 $6,445,488 -61% 3,117 $2,068   $29,776,003 10
2004/08/06 9 $2,901,301 -55% 2,275 $1,275   $36,065,841 17
2004/08/13 16 $933,383 -68% 1,175 $794   $38,244,199 24
2004/08/20 24 $386,319 -59% 444 $870   $39,050,726 31
2004/08/27 37 $124,019 -68% 166 $747   $39,389,097 38
2004/09/03 48 $77,312 -38% 121 $639   $39,506,696 45
2004/09/10 60 $33,683 -56% 65 $518   $39,568,908 52
2004/09/17 32 $205,105 +509% 230 $892   $39,780,668 59
2004/09/24 34 $164,364 -20% 210 $783   $40,003,934 66
2004/10/01 39 $73,591 -55% 166 $443   $40,120,369 73
2004/10/08 49 $32,301 -56% 96 $336   $40,173,429 80
2004/10/15 78 $13,383 -59% 39 $343   $40,198,710 87

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

Halle Berry    Patience Price/Catwoman
Benjamin Bratt    Detective Tom Lone
Sharon Stone    Laurel Hedare
Lambert Wilson    Georges Hedare
Missy Peregrym    Test subject
Alex Borstein    Sally
Frances Conroy    Ophelia

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Pitof
Producer    Denise Di Novi
Producer    Edward L. McDonnall
Executive Producer    Michael Fottrell
Executive Producer    Benjamin Melniker
Executive Producer    Michael E. Uslan
Executive Producer    Robert Kirby
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Co-Producer    Alison Greenspan
Screenwriter    John Brancato
Screenwriter    Michael Ferris
Screenwriter    John Rogers
Character Creator    Bob Kane
Story Creator    Theresa Rebeck
Story Creator    John Brancato
Cinematographer    Thierry Arbogast
Composer    Klaus Badelt
Music Supervisor    Dawn Soler
Editor    Sylvie Landra
Production Designer    Bill Brzeski
Supervising Art Director    Shepherd Frankel
Art Director    Don MacAulay
Art Director    Dan Hermansen
Set Decorator    Lisa K. Sessions
Set Decorator    Carol Lavellee
Costume Designer    Angus Strathie
Sound Mixer    Rob Young
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard Hymns
Re-recording Mixer    John Reitz
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Re-recording Mixer    Dave Campbell
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ed Jones
Visual Effects Supervisor    Chris Anderson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Charlene Eberle
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jayne Craig
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jamison Empry
Choreography    Anne Fletcher
Associate Producer    Ed Jones
Associate Producer    Marc Resteghini
Assistant Director    Steve Danton
Second Unit Director    Steve M. Davison
Second Unit Camera    Mark Vargo
Stunt Coordinator    Steve M. Davison
Stunt Coordinator    Jacob Rupp
Fight Choreographer    Mike Gunther
Fight Choreographer    Kirk Caouette
Casting Director    John Papsidera
Casting Director    Coreen Mayrs
Casting Director    Heike Brandstatter
Dialogue Editor    Ewa Sztompke