Collateral

Collateral poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $100,170,152Details
International Box Office $117,500,000
Worldwide Box Office $217,670,152
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
86% - Certified Fresh
Audience
84% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 6th, 2004 (Wide) by Dreamworks SKG
Video Release: December 14th, 2004 by Dreamworks Video
MPAA Rating: R for violence and language
Keywords: Film Noir, Hitmen
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Imagenation, Edge City

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Cast

Tom Cruise    Vincent
Jamie Foxx    Max
Jada Pinkett Smith    Annie
Mark Ruffalo    Fanning
Peter Berg    Richard Weidner
Bruce McGill    Pedrosa
Irma P. Hall    Ida
Javier Bardem    Felix
Debi Mazar    Young Professional Woman
Bodhi Elfman    Young Professional Man
Barry Shabaka Henley    Daniel
Richard T. Jones    Traffic Cop #1
Brandon Molale    Limo Driver
Michael-John Wolfe    Hotel Clerk
Jason Statham    Airport Man

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Michael Mann
Composer    James Newton Howard
Screenwriter    Stuart Beattie
Producer    Michael Mann
Producer    Julie Richardson
Executive Producer    Frank Darabont
Executive Producer    Rob Fried
Executive Producer    Chuck Russell
Executive Producer    Peter Giullano
Co-Producer    Michael Waxman
Cinematographer    Dion Beebe
Cinematographer    Paul Cameron
Editor    Jim Miller
Editor    Paul Rubell
Additional Music    Antonio Pinto
Additional Music    Tom Rothrock
Production Designer    David Wasco
Art Director    Daniel T. Dorrance
Set Designer    Patrick M. Sullivan
Set Designer    Clint Wallace
Set Decorator    Sandy Reynolds-Wasco
Costume Designer    Jeffrey Kurland
Sound Mixer    Lee Orloff
Sound Designer    Elliott L. Koretz
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Sullivan
Associate Producer    Julie Herrin
Associate Producer    Bryan H. Carroll
Associate Producer    Gusmano Cesaretti
Assistant Director    Michael Waxman
Second Unit Director    Bryan H. Carroll
Second Unit Director    Gusmano Cesaretti
Stunt Coordinator    Joel Kramer
Casting Director    Francine Maisler

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/08/06 1 $8,200,000   3,188 $2,572   $8,200,000 1
2004/08/07 1 $9,532,920 +16% 3,188 $2,990   $17,474,945 2
2004/08/08 1 $7,226,513 -24% 3,188 $2,267   $24,701,458 3
2004/08/09 1 $3,127,000 -57% 3,188 $981   $27,829,000 4
2004/08/10 1 $3,086,000 -1% 3,188 $968   $30,915,000 5
2004/08/11 2 $2,862,000 -7% 3,188 $898   $33,777,000 6
2004/08/12 2 $2,610,000 -9% 3,188 $819   $36,386,000 7
2004/08/13 3 $4,661,000 +79% 3,205 $1,454   $41,047,000 8
2004/08/14 3 $6,575,508 +41% 3,205 $2,052   $47,648,748 9
2004/08/15 3 $4,911,772 -25% 3,205 $1,533   $52,560,520 10
2004/08/16 3 $1,889,000 -62% 3,205 $589   $54,450,000 11
2004/08/17 3 $1,762,000 -7% 3,205 $550   $56,211,000 12
2004/08/18 3 $1,696,000 -4% 3,205 $529   $57,907,000 13
2004/08/19 3 $1,658,000 -2% 3,205 $517   $59,565,000 14
2004/08/20 6 $3,000,000 +81% 3,029 $990   $62,600,000 15
2004/08/21 5 $4,489,350 +50% 3,029 $1,482   $66,974,616 16
2004/08/22 6 $2,746,792 -39% 3,029 $907   $69,721,408 17
2004/08/23 6 $1,005,000 -63% 3,029 $332   $70,727,000 18
2004/08/24 5 $1,064,000 +6% 3,029 $351   $71,790,000 19
2004/08/25 5 $962,000 -10% 3,029 $318   $72,753,000 20
2004/08/26 4 $936,000 -3% 3,029 $309   $73,688,000 21
2004/08/27 6 $1,794,000 +92% 2,728 $658   $75,482,000 22
2004/08/28 6 $2,866,904 +60% 2,728 $1,051   $78,368,446 23
2004/08/29 6 $1,789,934 -38% 2,728 $656   $80,158,380 24
2004/08/30 6 $600,000 -66% 2,728 $220   $80,759,000 25
2004/08/31 6 $609,000 +1% 2,728 $223   $81,368,000 26
2004/09/01 7 $533,000 -12% 2,728 $195   $81,900,000 27
2004/09/02 6 $516,000 -3% 2,728 $189   $82,416,000 28
2004/09/03 9 $1,100,000 +113% 2,348 $468   $83,500,000 29
2004/09/04 8 $1,837,299 +67% 2,348 $782   $85,480,849 30
2004/09/05 6 $1,947,125 +6% 2,348 $829   $87,427,974 31
2004/09/06 6 $1,469,000 -25% 2,348 $626   $88,897,000 32
2004/09/07 5 $375,000 -74% 2,348 $160   $89,272,000 33
2004/09/08 4 $368,000 -2% 2,348 $157   $89,640,000 34
2004/09/09 5 $333,000 -10% 2,348 $142   $89,974,000 35
2004/09/10 9 $700,000 +110% 2,024 $346   $90,700,000 36
2004/09/11 7 $1,283,116 +83% 2,024 $634   $92,023,599 37
2004/09/12 8 $668,177 -48% 2,024 $330   $92,691,776 38
2004/09/13 6 $220,000 -67% 2,024 $109   $92,912,000 39
2004/09/14 5 $242,000 +10% 2,024 $120   $93,154,000 40
2004/09/15 5 $270,000 +12% 2,024 $133   $93,424,000 41
2004/09/16 5 $280,000 +4% 2,024 $138   $93,705,000 42
2004/09/17 9 $700,000 +150% 1,605 $436   $94,400,000 43
2004/09/18 8 $1,053,722 +51% 1,605 $657   $95,451,425 44
2004/09/19 9 $518,784 -51% 1,605 $323   $95,970,209 45
2004/09/20 8 $162,000 -69% 1,605 $101   $96,132,000 46
2004/09/21 8 $190,000 +17% 1,605 $118   $96,323,000 47
2004/09/22 8 $180,000 -5% 1,605 $112   $96,503,000 48
2004/09/23 8 $172,000 -4% 1,605 $107   $96,675,000 49

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/08/06 1 $24,701,458   3,188 $7,748   $24,701,458 3
2004/08/13 3 $16,174,309 -35% 3,205 $5,047   $52,560,520 10
2004/08/20 6 $10,156,357 -37% 3,029 $3,353   $69,721,408 17
2004/08/27 6 $6,470,109 -36% 2,728 $2,372   $80,158,380 24
2004/09/03 7 $5,011,582 -23% 2,348 $2,134   $87,427,974 31
2004/09/10 8 $2,718,073 -46% 2,024 $1,343   $92,691,776 38
2004/09/17 9 $2,265,532 -17% 1,605 $1,412   $95,970,209 45
2004/09/24 12 $1,452,516 -36% 1,287 $1,129   $98,127,149 52
2004/10/01 17 $703,378 -52% 802 $877   $99,341,934 59
2004/10/08 21 $423,450 -40% 526 $805   $100,003,492 66

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