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Cursed (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $19,294,901Details
International Box Office $5,820,000
Worldwide Box Office $25,114,901
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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
16% - Rotten
Audience
30% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 25th, 2005 (Wide) by Miramax/Dimension
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for horror violence/terror, some sexual references, nudity, language and a brief drug reference.
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Keywords: Werewolf
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Countries: Germany,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,558 $5,955 May 6, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,317 $18,251 Apr 29, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,246 $36,978 Apr 22, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,124 $67,673 Apr 15, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,667 $17,905 Apr 8, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,968 $24,237 Apr 1, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,290 $103,139 Mar 25, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,620 $467,198 Mar 18, 2005 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,167 $1,564,363 Mar 11, 2005 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,593 $3,867,052 Mar 4, 2005 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,889 $9,633,085 Feb 25, 2005 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,126 2,805 Feb 25, 2005 3

Cast

Christina Ricci    Ellie Hudson
Shannon Elizabeth    Becky
Judy Greer    Joanie
Michael Rosenbaum    Kyle
Joshua Jackson    Jake
Portia de Rossi    Zela
Jesse Eisenberg    Jimmy Hudson
Scott Baio    Himself
Milo Ventimiglia    Bo

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein

Smiths Still Strong on International Scene

August 21st, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in first place in both the Czech Republic with $180,000 on 20 screens and in Slovakia with $50,000 on 8 screens. The film also remained in first place in France with $2.675 million, Belgium with $635,000, The Netherlands with $490,000 and Poland with $266,000. Strangest of all, the film stayed in second place for the fourth weekend in a row in Germany adding $2.12 million to its $20.6 million running tally in the market. Overall the film has made $143 million in markets where Fox is handling the distribution and may have hit $200 million overall, but there's no conformation on that yet. More...

Smiths' Summer Tour Continues

August 14th, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in Belgium with $1.7 million on 80 screens, easily enough for first place and had a similar result with $480,000 in Poland. It also remained in first place in France with $2.88 million, (despite falling 54% there) and in the Netherlands with $740,000. In Germany the film remained in second place for the third straight week with $3.06 million for a $17.06 million running tally. The film now have $140 million in territories where Fox is handling the distribution and $192 million overall. More...

Island Vacation

August 7th, 2005

The Island managed a couple of first place finished over the weekend, but the results were still less than impressive. In Australia the film opened with $1.404 million for a close victory while in Hong Kong it earned a disappointing $490,000 over the weekend and $520,000 including previews. It's best market continued to be South Korea with $3.167 million, down 38% from last weekend dropping to second place along the way. On the other hand, no wide openings and a mere 23% drop-off allowed the film to rise to first in New Zealand. Overall the film added $7.64 million to its $24.1 million running tally on the international scene and will opens in several markets this weekend including the U.K., Germany and Spain. More...

Late Numbers Lift Charlie into Top Five

July 31st, 2005

Early numbers had Mr. and Mrs. Smith taking fifth place on the overall international box office charts, but better than expected results has Charlie and the Chocolate Factory overtaking them $6.7 million to $5.4 million. It's biggest single market continues to be France where the film dipped just 6% during its second weekend there earning $3,533,857 for a $9,034,141 running tally. But it was even more impressive in Belgium where the film shot up by 68% to $400,000 for the weekend and $785,000 in total. The film also opened in first place in three markets, Brazil with $1.1 million on 200 screens, Holland with $625,000 on 124 screens, and South Africa with $275,000 on 41 screens. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has $13.3 million so far and opens in a couple of important markets this weekend, (The U.K. and Mexico.) More...

Competition Crumbles under Alien Invasion

July 10th, 2005

With the last of this summer's worldwide releases opening last weekend, the international details are once again dominated by smaller films. And to compound matters, most of those are only making noise in one of two markets. However, over the next few weeks there are plenty of big films opening in big markets and the International Details column should start showing signs of life soon. More...

Crowded Competition can't Overthrow Hitch

July 2nd, 2005

Hitch held onto top spot on the rental charts this week despite four new releases making the top five, and it wasn't even a close contest. The film added $10.58 million in combined rentals, down just 16% from last week for a $23.21 million two-week total. More...

DVD Releases for June 21, 2005

June 20th, 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, classics and a few from the growing TV on DVD section. It's another bad week for first-run releases; this is hardly surprising when you consider the low quality of wide releases earlier in the year. But unlike last week there's little in the way of older releases, special editions and TV on DVD to pick up the slack. Just one release stood out as a must have, the fantastic Degrassi The Next Generation - Season 2 - Buy from Amazon making this the third week in a row I've picked a release from this long running series as my DVD pick of the week. That's a record that probably won't be broken for a long, long time. More...

Kingdom's Reign Cruel to Competition

May 16th, 2005

The summer got off to a really, really slow start international this week and while Kingdom of Heaven didn't wasn't quite the blockbuster most people were looking for, it did cannibalized what little box office there was. There were a few local films to make noise, including Negotiator: Bayside Shakedown 3, which easily topped the Japanese market with $5,275,685 on just 280 for a huge $18,842 per screen average. More...

Slow Dancing to $100 million

May 8th, 2005

Golden Week helped Shall We Dance? climb 19% to $2,250,195 for the weekend and $7,270,348 during its run. The film now has $90.3 million internationally and could break $100 million if it continues to show strong legs in Japan. More...

International: Constantine Continues to Climb

May 1st, 2005

It was a good news, bad news kind of weekend for Constantine. The film remained in top spot in Japan with $2,330,027 on 349 screens for a $9,011,671 running tally in the market. Bad news, it dropped 37% during its second weekend in the market, which is really steep for Japan. Overall the film brought in $3 million on 1,200 screens in 40 markets for a international box office of $136.4 million. More...

Hitch still Connecting with Moviegoers

April 24th, 2005

Hitch is just coasting on holdovers now, and will be until it opens in Japan at the beginning of June. This week it added $5.1 million from 3000 screens in 55 markets to its already impressive $170.4 million international total and with soft week to week drop-offs and a good showing in Japan and it will have a $200 million future. This week the film added $643,359 in its fifth weekend in France for a $12,785,670 total in the market, $110,000 in its second weekend in Argentina, (rising to first place in the meantime) as well as other, smaller markets. More...

International Box Office Busier than Weekend Before

April 17th, 2005

The Pacifier finally debut across Australia after playing in Queensland and Victoria for the past two weeks; the massive expansion allowed the film to climb to first place with $1.125 million on 267 screens. That lifted its total in the market to $3.41 million so far and the film should have strong legs. Add to that its $1.75 million opening in Spain and $590,000 in Belgium and the film managed $4.1 million over the weekend, which doubled its early total to $8.1 million. More...

France's $5 Million Baby

April 3rd, 2005

Million Dollar Baby performed brilliantly this week earning $8.8 million for an international total of $60 million, placing fourth on the international box office charts. In France the film dominated the marketplace with $4.94 million on 450 screens and in Germany the film earned $760,000 in semi-limited release (120 screens) for the best per screen average in the market. On the other hand, the film flopped in Slovakia where it missed the top ten in its debut. On the holdover front, the multi-Oscar winning front saw its weekend haul climb by 20% in Spain to $980,000 and it's still doing well in Australia, Italy and South Korea. More...

Woman Makes Analysts Mad

February 28th, 2005

It was a shocking weekend at the box office, which is good, since the Oscars seemed safe and predictable this year. However, not all the surprises were pleasant and even with the top film more than doubling its prediction the overall box office wasn't that much higher than expected. It fell by 7.7% from last weekend and 22% from last year. Year to date 2005's lead was cut nearly in half to 8.6%, $1.244 billion to $1.145 billion. Look for that trend to continue next weekend. More...

Competition Weak on Oscar Weekend

February 25th, 2005

It's Oscar weekend, the weekend where the movie industry celebrates the best of the best, but ironically, the three movies having wide releases would hardly qualify for that description. It's so bad that two of the three films were not screened for critics. Ouch. Also ouch will be the effect the Oscar telecast will have on the box office, especially for films that are up for awards. Still, whatever they lose this weekend they'll make up for with the Oscar bounce next weekend. One last note, right now 2005 is about 14% up on 2004, that will change this weekend. In fact, the gab could be cut in half over the next three days. More...

Movie Websites Launches for February 18 - February 24

February 24th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Dust to Glory - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for February 4 - February 10

February 10th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, The Jacket - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

2005 Preview: February

February 1st, 2005

Just one look at February and it feels like it's a worse month than January was. Maybe it's the fact that January was stronger than expected so February's releases look weaker by comparison. Or maybe it's the lack of a massive hit like we had last year. Regardless of the reason, there's little to be enthusiastic about this month. More...

New Movie Release Dates

January 30th, 2004

This week's new batch of movie release dates sees the studios start to position themselves for blockbuster performances in Summer 2005, and do some shuffling around of less ambitious releases in 2004. Among movies with new or moved dates: a remake of The Longest Yard, a revival of The Pink Panther, an adaptation of TV's Bewitched, Tarantino's Kill Bill: Volume 2 and many more. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/25 4 $9,633,085   2,805 $3,434   $9,633,085 3
2005/03/04 7 $3,867,052 -60% 2,805 $1,379   $15,281,069 10
2005/03/11 10 $1,564,363 -60% 1,687 $927   $17,759,198 17
2005/03/18 18 $467,198 -70% 812 $575   $18,725,765 24
2005/03/25 35 $103,139 -78% 228 $452   $19,023,049 31
2005/04/01 59 $24,237 -77% 61 $397   $19,087,897 38
2005/04/08 63 $17,905 -26% 32 $560   $19,116,682 45
2005/04/15 43 $67,673 +278% 144 $470   $19,188,885 52
2005/04/22 53 $36,978 -45% 109 $339   $19,251,341 59
2005/04/29 65 $18,251 -51% 60 $304   $19,283,350 66
2005/05/06 80 $5,955 -67% 22 $271   $19,294,901 73

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/25 3 $3,700,000   2,805 $1,319   $3,700,000 1
2005/02/26 5 $3,900,000 +5% 2,805 $1,390   $7,600,000 2
2005/02/27 5 $2,000,000 -49% 2,805 $713   $9,633,085 3
2005/02/28 5 $478,000 -76% 2,805 $170   $10,111,000 4
2005/03/01 5 $511,000 +7% 2,805 $182   $10,622,000 5
2005/03/02 5 $422,000 -17% 2,805 $150   $11,044,000 6
2005/03/03 7 $343,000 -19% 2,805 $122   $11,414,000 7
2005/03/04 7 $1,300,000 +279% 2,805 $463   $12,600,000 8
2005/03/05 7 $1,700,000 +31% 2,805 $606   $14,300,000 9
2005/03/06 7 $900,000 -47% 2,805 $321   $15,281,069 10
2005/03/07 8 $239,000 -73% 2,805 $85   $15,520,000 11
2005/03/08 8 $231,000 -3% 2,805 $82   $15,751,000 12
2005/03/09 8 $230,000 n/c 2,805 $82   $15,981,000 13
2005/03/10 8 $227,000 -1% 2,805 $81   $16,195,000 14
2005/03/11 10 $500,000 +120% 1,687 $296   $16,700,000 15

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/25 4 $11,414,017   2,805 $4,069   $11,414,017 7
2005/03/04 7 $4,780,818 -58% 2,805 $1,704   $16,194,835 14
2005/03/11 10 $2,063,732 -57% 1,687 $1,223   $18,258,567 21
2005/03/18 18 $661,343 -68% 812 $814   $18,919,910 28
2005/03/25 39 $143,750 -78% 228 $630   $19,063,660 35
2005/04/01 55 $35,117 -76% 61 $576   $19,098,777 42
2005/04/08 67 $22,435 -36% 32 $701   $19,121,212 49
2005/04/15 43 $93,151 +315% 144 $647   $19,214,363 56
2005/04/22 54 $50,736 -46% 109 $465   $19,265,099 63
2005/04/29 70 $23,847 -53% 60 $397   $19,288,946 70
2005/05/06 93 $5,955 -75% 22 $271   $19,294,901 77

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