Crazy, Stupid, Love

Crazy, Stupid, Love poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $84,351,197Details
International Box Office $62,791,131
Worldwide Box Office $147,142,328
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $23,712,589 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $5,645,536 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $29,358,125
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

At fortysomething, straight-laced Cal Weaver is living the dream - good job, nice house, great kids and marriage to his high school sweetheart. But when Cal learns that his wife, Emily, has cheated on him and wants a divorce, his "perfect" life quickly unravels. In today's single world, Cal, who hasn't dated in decades, stands out as the epitome of un-smooth. Spending his free evenings sulking alone at a local bar, the hapless Cal is taken on as wingman and protege to handsome lothario Jacob Palmer. In an effort to help Cal get over his wife and start living his life, Jacob opens Cal's eyes to the many options before him: flirty women, manly drinks and a sense of style that can't be found at Supercuts or The Gap. Cal and Emily aren't the only ones looking for love in what might be all the wrong places: Cal's 13-year-old son, Robbie, is in love with his 17-year-old babysitter, Jessica, who harbors a major crush of her own...on Cal. And even Jacob's new-woman-every-night modus operandi is challenged when he tries his best lines on Hannah, a girl he just can't seem to get out of his mind - maybe because she's the first woman he's ever met who doesn't think this professional player has any game.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
78% - Certified Fresh
Audience
77% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 29th, 2011 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: November 1st, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for coarse humor, sexual content and language.
(Rating bulletin 2152, 12/22/2010)
Keywords: Divorcée Romance, Coming of Age, Romance, Relationship Advice, Relationships Gone Wrong, Babysitters
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Carousel Films, Di Novi Pictures, Warner Bros.

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 1st, 2011

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/29 4 $6,584,335   3,020 $2,180   $6,584,335 1
2011/07/30 5 $7,073,820 +7% 3,020 $2,342   $13,658,155 2
2011/07/31 5 $5,446,148 -23% 3,020 $1,803   $19,104,303 3
2011/08/01 5 $2,728,118 -50% 3,020 $903   $21,832,421 4
2011/08/02 5 $3,074,991 +13% 3,020 $1,018   $24,907,412 5
2011/08/03 5 $2,766,168 -10% 3,020 $916   $27,673,580 6
2011/08/04 5 $2,411,526 -13% 3,020 $799   $30,085,106 7
2011/08/05 6 $3,730,766 +55% 3,020 $1,235   $33,815,872 8
2011/08/06 7 $4,711,598 +26% 3,020 $1,560   $38,527,470 9
2011/08/07 7 $3,574,782 -24% 3,020 $1,184   $42,102,252 10
2011/08/08 6 $1,667,156 -53% 3,020 $552   $43,769,408 11
2011/08/09 5 $1,978,178 +19% 3,020 $655   $45,747,586 12
2011/08/10 6 $1,466,459 -26% 3,020 $486   $47,214,045 13
2011/08/11 7 $1,258,251 -14% 3,020 $417   $48,472,296 14
2011/08/12 8 $2,140,130 +70% 2,635 $812   $50,612,426 15
2011/08/13 9 $2,736,103 +28% 2,635 $1,038   $53,348,529 16
2011/08/14 9 $2,177,995 -20% 2,635 $827   $55,526,524 17
2011/08/15 7 $1,047,320 -52% 2,635 $397   $56,573,844 18
2011/08/16 6 $1,155,409 +10% 2,635 $438   $57,729,253 19
2011/08/17 7 $879,165 -24% 2,635 $334   $58,608,418 20
2011/08/18 7 $861,187 -2% 2,635 $327   $59,469,605 21
2011/08/19 10 $1,476,787 +71% 1,940 $761   $60,946,392 22
2011/08/20 9 $1,968,645 +33% 1,940 $1,015   $62,915,037 23
2011/08/21 10 $1,351,932 -31% 1,940 $697   $64,266,969 24
2011/08/22 10 $572,428 -58% 1,940 $295   $64,839,397 25
2011/08/23 10 $662,122 +16% 1,940 $341   $65,501,519 26
2011/08/24 9 $551,482 -17% 1,940 $284   $66,053,001 27
2011/08/25 9 $571,323 +4% 1,940 $294   $66,624,324 28
2011/08/26 8 $1,001,941 +75% 1,577 $635   $67,626,265 29
2011/08/27 8 $1,283,071 +28% 1,577 $814   $68,909,336 30
2011/08/28 11 $823,166 -36% 1,577 $522   $69,732,502 31
2011/08/29 11 $362,483 -56% 1,577 $230   $70,094,985 32
2011/08/30 10 $419,223 +16% 1,577 $266   $70,514,208 33
2011/08/31 9 $348,311 -17% 1,577 $221   $70,862,519 34
2011/09/01 9 $341,185 -2% 1,577 $216   $71,203,704 35
2011/09/02 11 $867,953 +154% 1,450 $599   $72,071,657 36
2011/09/03 11 $1,197,854 +38% 1,450 $826   $73,269,511 37
2011/09/04 11 $1,240,601 +4% 1,450 $856   $74,510,112 38
2011/09/05 11 $954,682 -23% 1,450 $658   $75,464,794 39
2011/09/06 9 $291,026 -70% 1,450 $201   $75,755,820 40
2011/09/07 9 $252,119 -13% 1,450 $174   $76,007,939 41
2011/09/08 9 $241,122 -4% 1,450 $166   $76,249,061 42
2011/09/09 11 $689,203 +186% 1,310 $526   $76,938,264 43
2011/09/10 12 $973,008 +41% 1,310 $743   $77,911,272 44
2011/09/11 12 $506,176 -48% 1,310 $386   $78,417,448 45
2011/09/12 11 $151,354 -70% 1,310 $116   $78,568,802 46
2011/09/13 10 $217,440 +44% 1,310 $166   $78,786,242 47
2011/09/14 10 $181,403 -17% 1,310 $138   $78,967,645 48
2011/09/15 9 $202,446 +12% 1,310 $155   $79,170,091 49
2011/09/16 12 $502,732 +148% 1,145 $439   $79,672,823 50
2011/09/17 13 $711,426 +42% 1,145 $621   $80,384,249 51
2011/09/18 14 $352,024 -51% 1,145 $307   $80,736,273 52
2011/09/19 11 $122,288 -65% 1,145 $107   $80,858,561 53
2011/09/20 11 $157,258 +29% 1,145 $137   $81,015,819 54
2011/09/21 11 $128,239 -18% 1,145 $112   $81,144,058 55
2011/09/22 11 $141,492 +10% 1,145 $124   $81,285,550 56
2011/09/23 16 $251,381 +78% 675 $372   $81,536,931 57
2011/09/24 16 $353,129 +40% 675 $523   $81,890,060 58
2011/09/25 - $178,866 -49% 675 $265   $82,068,926 59
2011/09/26 - $60,140 -66% 675 $89   $82,129,066 60
2011/09/27 - $79,886 +33% 675 $118   $82,208,952 61
2011/09/28 - $72,218 -10% 675 $107   $82,281,170 62
2011/09/29 - $84,287 +17% 675 $125   $82,365,457 63
2011/09/30 - $126,002 +49% 405 $311   $82,491,459 64
2011/10/01 - $181,160 +44% 405 $447   $82,672,619 65
2011/10/02 - $90,921 -50% 405 $224   $82,763,540 66
2011/10/03 - $31,823 -65% 405 $79   $82,795,363 67
2011/10/04 - $42,448 +33% 405 $105   $82,837,811 68
2011/10/05 - $39,477 -7% 405 $97   $82,877,288 69
2011/10/06 - $41,385 +5% 405 $102   $82,918,673 70
2011/10/07 - $65,403 +58% 222 $295   $82,984,076 71
2011/10/08 - $85,099 +30% 222 $383   $83,069,175 72
2011/10/09 - $51,739 -39% 222 $233   $83,120,914 73
2011/10/10 - $27,474 -47% 222 $124   $83,148,388 74
2011/10/11 - $21,705 -21% 222 $98   $83,170,093 75
2011/10/12 - $22,037 +2% 222 $99   $83,192,130 76
2011/10/13 - $21,078 -4% 222 $95   $83,213,208 77
2011/10/14 - $44,102 +109% 162 $272   $83,257,310 78
2011/10/15 - $57,150 +30% 162 $353   $83,314,460 79
2011/10/16 - $30,354 -47% 162 $187   $83,344,814 80
2011/10/17 - $13,052 -57% 162 $81   $83,357,866 81
2011/10/18 - $17,229 +32% 162 $106   $83,375,095 82
2011/10/19 - $14,817 -14% 162 $91   $83,389,912 83
2011/10/20 - $15,409 +4% 162 $95   $83,405,321 84
2011/10/21 - $79,287 +415% 308 $257   $83,484,608 85
2011/10/22 - $101,968 +29% 308 $331   $83,586,576 86
2011/10/23 - $57,913 -43% 308 $188   $83,644,489 87
2011/10/24 - $23,245 -60% 308 $75   $83,667,734 88
2011/10/25 - $30,448 +31% 308 $99   $83,698,182 89
2011/10/26 - $25,881 -15% 308 $84   $83,724,063 90
2011/10/27 - $26,857 +4% 308 $87   $83,750,920 91
2011/10/28 - $49,662 +85% 250 $199   $83,800,582 92
2011/10/29 - $65,232 +31% 250 $261   $83,865,814 93
2011/10/30 - $39,081 -40% 250 $156   $83,904,895 94
2011/10/31 - $15,024 -62% 250 $60   $83,919,919 95
2011/11/01 - $19,180 +28% 250 $77   $83,939,099 96
2011/11/02 - $18,538 -3% 250 $74   $83,957,637 97
2011/11/03 - $21,719 +17% 250 $87   $83,979,356 98
2011/11/04 - $44,782 +106% 172 $260   $84,024,138 99
2011/11/05 - $57,372 +28% 172 $334   $84,081,510 100
2011/11/06 - $28,090 -51% 172 $163   $84,109,600 101
2011/11/07 - $11,117 -60% 172 $65   $84,120,717 102
2011/11/08 - $13,162 +18% 172 $77   $84,133,879 103
2011/11/09 - $12,415 -6% 172 $72   $84,146,294 104
2011/11/10 - $16,132 +30% 172 $94   $84,162,426 105
2011/11/11 - $29,539 +83% 130 $227   $84,191,965 106
2011/11/12 - $35,889 +21% 130 $276   $84,227,854 107
2011/11/13 - $17,023 -53% 130 $131   $84,244,877 108
2011/11/14 - $6,829 -60% 130 $53   $84,251,706 109
2011/11/15 - $8,494 +24% 130 $65   $84,260,200 110
2011/11/16 - $7,901 -7% 130 $61   $84,268,101 111
2011/11/17 - $8,375 +6% 130 $64   $84,276,476 112
2011/11/18 - $15,586 +86% 91 $171   $84,292,062 113
2011/11/19 - $21,171 +36% 91 $233   $84,313,233 114
2011/11/20 - $10,737 -49% 91 $118   $84,323,970 115
2011/11/21 - $5,576 -48% 91 $61   $84,329,546 116
2011/11/22 - $7,360 +32% 91 $81   $84,336,906 117
2011/11/23 - $7,861 +7% 91 $86   $84,344,767 118
2011/11/24 - $6,430 -18% 91 $71   $84,351,197 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/29 5 $19,104,303   3,020 $6,326   $19,104,303 3
2011/08/05 7 $12,017,146 -37% 3,020 $3,979   $42,102,252 10
2011/08/12 9 $7,054,228 -41% 2,635 $2,677   $55,526,524 17
2011/08/19 10 $4,797,364 -32% 1,940 $2,473   $64,266,969 24
2011/08/26 9 $3,108,178 -35% 1,577 $1,971   $69,732,502 31
2011/09/02 11 $3,306,408 +6% 1,450 $2,280   $74,510,112 38
2011/09/09 11 $2,168,387 -34% 1,310 $1,655   $78,417,448 45
2011/09/16 13 $1,566,182 -28% 1,145 $1,368   $80,736,273 52
2011/09/23 16 $783,376 -50% 675 $1,161   $82,068,926 59
2011/09/30 22 $398,083 -49% 405 $983   $82,763,540 66
2011/10/07 23 $202,241 -49% 222 $911   $83,120,914 73
2011/10/14 31 $131,606 -35% 162 $812   $83,344,814 80
2011/10/21 26 $239,168 +82% 308 $777   $83,644,489 87
2011/10/28 33 $153,975 -36% 250 $616   $83,904,895 94
2011/11/04 35 $130,244 -15% 172 $757   $84,109,600 101
2011/11/11 38 $82,451 -37% 130 $634   $84,244,877 108
2011/11/18 40 $47,494 -42% 91 $522   $84,323,970 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/6/20112409,877 409,877$6,250,624$6,250,6241
11/13/20116149,443-64% 559,320$2,279,006$8,529,6302
11/20/20111682,641-45% 641,961$1,260,275$9,789,9053
11/27/201127127,520+54% 769,481$1,629,706$11,419,6114
12/4/20112564,430-49% 833,911$611,441$12,031,0525
12/11/20112654,427-16% 888,338$772,863$12,803,9156
12/18/20112290,048+65% 978,386$860,859$13,664,7747
12/25/201119173,040+92% 1,151,426$1,642,150$15,306,9238
1/1/20121881,228-53% 1,232,654$770,854$16,077,7779
1/8/20122737,024-54% 1,269,678$351,358$16,429,13510
1/15/20123031,467-15% 1,301,145$312,153$16,741,28811
5/13/20122039,015 1,423,400$388,589$18,167,22228

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/6/2011499,500 99,500$2,207,903$2,207,9031
11/13/20111124,070-76% 123,570$534,106$2,742,0092
11/20/2011198,962-63% 132,531$198,861$2,940,8703
1/8/20121420,188 234,650$302,615$4,471,60110

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Cast

Steve Carell    Cal Weaver
Ryan Gosling    Jacob
Julianne Moore    Emily Weaver
Emma Stone    Hannah
Analeigh Tipton    Jessica
Jonah Bobo    Robbie
Joey King    Molly
Marisa Tomei    Kate
Beth Littleford    Claire
John Carroll Lynch    Bernie
Kevin Bacon    David Lindhagen
Liza Lapira    Liz
Josh Groban    Richard
Mekia Cox    Tiffany
Julianna Guill    Madison
Zayne Emory    Robbie's Friend (Eric)
Crystal Reed    Amy Johnson
Joanna Brooks    Waitress for Cal and Kate
Reggie Lee    Officer Huang
Caitlin Thompson    Taylor
Korolina Wydra    Jordyn
Tracy Mulhollad    Megan
Katerina Mikailenko    Stephanie
Janine Barris    Lisa
Charlie Hartsock    Sad Sack
Jenny Mollen    Lisa
Algerita Lewis    Robbie's Principal
Wendy Worthington    Woman (Who Gives Cal Tour)
Dan Butler    Cal's Boss
Tiara Parker    Gabby
Laurel Coppock    Sophia
Rasika Mathur    Emily's Assistant
Joshua Sternlicht    Bartender
Jasen Salvatore    Bartender #2
Mike Long    Bartender #3
Dillon Neamon    Bartender #4
J-Ray Hochfield    Bartender #5
Janae Nicole Caudillo    Bartender #6
Christopher Darga    Lowe's Salesman
Rich Hutchman    Lowe's Salesman
Richard Horvitz    Lowe's Salesman #3
Lauren Stone    Mall Clerk
Megan James    Hannah's Colleague #1
Rebecca Flinn    Hannah's Colleague #2
Billy Atchison    Hannah's Colleague #3
Ehrin Marlow    Hannah's Colleague #4
David Orosz    Hannah's Colleague #6
Camille Abelow    Hannah's Colleague #6
Maija Polsley    Jacob's Date
Christian Pitre    Waitress With Check
Heather La Bella    Female Bartender
Georgia Hurd    Jacob's Girl
Lisa Brown    Jacob's Girl #2
Raena Cassidy    Reana
Ami Haruna    Ami
Jessica Diz    Olivia
Tania Wagner    Tania
Treantafelles Georgia    Georgia
Holly Daniels    Assisstant Principal

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Glenn Ficarra
Director    John Requa
Screenwriter    Dan Fogelman
Producer    Steve Carell
Producer    Denise Di Novi
Executive Producer    David A. Siegel
Executive Producer    Vance DeGeneres
Executive Producer    Charlie Hartsock
Cinematographer    Andrew Dunn
Production Designer    William Arnold
Editor    Lee Haxall
Casting Director    Mindy Marin
Composer    Christophe Beck
Composer    Nick Urata
Costume Designer    Dayna Pink
Co-Producer    Eryn Brown
Unit Production Manager    David Siegal
First Assistant Director    Stephen Hagen
Second Assistant Director    Brandon Lambdin
Associate Producer    Jeffrey Harlacker
Art Director    Sue Chan
Set Decorator    David Smith

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