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Detroit
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Portugal Box Office $33,341Details
Worldwide Box Office $21,096,357Details
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Synopsis

The story of one of the darkest moments during the civil unrest that rocked Detroit in the summer of '67…

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Movie Details

Portugal Releases: September 15th, 2017 (Wide)
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence and pervasive language.
(Rating bulletin 2484 (Cert #51036), 7/12/2017)
Running Time: 143 minutes
Keywords: Detroit, 1960s, African-American, Police Standoff, Police Shooting, Beat Cops, Riots, Corrupt Cops, Civil Rights Movement
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Annapurna Pictures, First Light
Production Countries: United States

Cast

John Boyega    Melvin Dismukes
Will Poulter    Krauss
Algee Smith    Larry
Jason Mitchell    Carl Cooper
John Krasinski    Auerbach
Anthony Mackie    Greene
Jacob Latimore    Fred
Hannah Murray    Julie
Kaitlyn Dever    Karen
Jack Reynor    Demens
Ben O'Toole    Flynn
Nathan Davis    Aubrey
Peyton Alex Smith    Lee
Malcolm David Kelley    Michael
Joseph David Jones    Morris
Laz Alonso    Congressman Conyers
Ephraim Sykes    Jimmy
Leon Thomas III    Darryl
Gbenga Akinnagbe    Aubrey Pollard, Sr.
Chris Chalk    Officer Frank
Jeremy Strong    Attorney Lang
Austin Hebert    Warrant Officer Roberts
Miguel Pimentel    Malcolm
Khris Davis    Blind Pig Patron
Mason Alban    Police Sergeant James
Bennett Deady    Police Officer Bill
Andrea Eversley    Dancer
Michael Jibrin    Vietnam Vet
Tokunbo Joshua Olumide    Dave
Daniel Washington    Blind Pig Bouncer
Amari Cheatom    Undercover Cop
Tyler James Williams    Leon
Benz Veal    Nate Conyers
Angel Blaise    Young Kid #1
Lance Law    Young Kid #2
Jaleel Sanders    Young Kid #3
Raymond Moreno    Young Kid #4
Donald A. St. John    Fire Chief
Kegan Cline    Tank Spotter
Corinne Pitts-Wiley    Young Girl in Apartment
Ben O'Toole    Flynn
Ashley Richardson    Elderly Woman
Barton Bund    Desk Sergeant
Justin Mane    Police Officer #1
Dennis Staroselsky    Detective Jones
Darren Goldstein    Detective Tanchuck
Karen Pittman    Dismukes’ Mother
Zurin Villanueva    Martha
Anissa Felix    Vandella #1
Amber Owens    Vandella #2
Jonny P.    Announcer
George Hooker    Stage Manager
Samira Wiley    Vanessa
Hannah Murray    Julie
Eddie Troy    Police Officer Paul
Devin Clark    Kid on Street
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley    Spencer
Joey Lawyer    National Guardsman Mike
Will Bouvier    National Guardsman Matthew
Taylor Morgan    Linda Tucker
Michael Haase    Dispatcher
Zachary Eisenstat    State Policeman #1
Jimi Stanton    State Policeman #2
Bates Wilder    State Police Sergeant
David Adam Flannery    Police Officer David
Timothy John Smith    Foreman Pete
Kris Sidberry    Roberta Pollard
Lizan Mitchell    Ma Pollard
Kelby Turner Akin    Police Officer #2
Nickolas Lorizio    Police Officer #3
Jeff Avigian    Police Officer #4
Chris Coy    Detective Thomas
Ato Blankson-Wood    Eddie
Cailyn Kemka    Nurse
Glenn Fitzgerald    Homicide Detective Anderson
Henry Frost III    George
Josh Bartlett    Sound Tech
Ramatoulaye Bah Bangura    Young Girl
Kenneth Israel    Mailman
Alexander Cook    Head Juror
Frank Wood    Judge DeMascio
Gary Wilmes    Reporter at Court
Jeffrey L. Brown    Pastor
Russell G. Jones    Choir Master
Edward Chad Arrendell    Choir Member
Rakeem Andre Chapman    Choir Member
Tumelano Chapman    Choir Member
Esslena Jackson    Choir Member
Cherrelle Kimble    Choir Member
Valeri Lewis    Choir Member
Dennis Montgomery III    Choir Member
Alvin Darrell Randolph    Choir Member
Jerome Thompson    Choir Member
Tara Winborne    Choir Member

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Kathryn Bigelow
Screenwriter    Mark Boal
Producer    Kathryn Bigelow
Producer    Mark Boal
Producer    Colin Wilson
Producer    Megan Ellison
Producer    Matthew Budman
Executive Producer    Greg Shapiro
Executive Producer    Hugo Lindgren
Director of Photography    Barry Ackroyd
Editor    William Goldenberg
Editor    Harry Yoon
Costume Designer    Francine Jamison-Tanchuck
Composer    James Newton Howard
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Sound Designer    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Casting Director    Victoria Thomas
Unit Production Manager    Colin Wilson
First Assistant Director    Simon Warnock
Second Assistant Director    Christophe Le Chanu
Co-Producer    Jillian Longnecker
Co-Producer    Jonathan Leven
Associate Producer    Sumaiya Kaveh
Associate Producer    April Janow
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope
Detroit Stunt Coordinator    Ele Bardha
Post-Production Supervisor    Tina Anderson
Production Supervisor    Bryan Yaconelli
New York Casting by    Richard Hicks
Ambient Music by    Michael Abels
Still Photographer    Francois Duhamel
Additional Editor    Brett Reed
Assistant Editor    Peter Dudgeon
Supervising Music Editor    Curt Sobel
Sound Mixer    Ray Beckett
Script Supervisor    Luca Kouimelis
Set Decorator    Kathy Lucas
Hairstylist    Camille Friend
Make up    Whitney James
Supervising Art Director    Gregory A. Berry
Art Director    Jim Wallis
Set Designer    Bryan Lane
Set Designer    Patrick Scalise
Special Effects Coordinator    John Ruggieri
Costume Supervisor    Robert G. Mathews
Make up    Claudia Pascual
Hairstylist    Nikki Wright
Casting Associate    Andrew Hadzopoulos
Casting Assistant    Elizabeth Brown
Location Manager    Dave Krieger
Special Effects Coordinator    Rob Ricketts
Costume Supervisor    Angelique Paull
Re-recording Mixer    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Sound Effects Editor    Hamilton Sterling
Sound Effects Editor    Christian Schaaning
Sound Effects Editor    Jamie Hardt
Dialogue Editor    Robert Troy
Foley Mixer    Nerses Gezalyan
Foley Mixer    Randy Singer
Visual Effects Supervisor    Joao Sita
Visual Effects Supervisor    Randy Goux
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Sean Devereaux
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dan Cayer
Visual Effects Producer    Cara Tallulha Davies
Visual Effects Producer    Meg Bailey
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Charlene Eberle
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Whitney Gearin
Character CG Supervisor    Mathias Lautour
Production Manager    Marine Chene
Score Mixer    Matt Ward
Score Coordinator    Pamela Sollie
Additional Music    Karen Han
Music Editor    Terry Wilson

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Annabelle: Creation’s opening saved summer for one week, but that’s the practically the only good news we have to talk about this weekend. The film pulled in $35.01 million, which is over three times its nearest competition. That’s the bad news. The depth this past weekend was terrible, as there were only two films with more than $10 million, compared to five films last weekend. The overall box office fell 4.6% to just $117 million. Worse still, this is 32% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is behind 2016 by $360 million or 4.9% at $7.07 billion to $7.43 billion. The year has lost over $500 million compared to last year’s pace during summer alone. This is a disaster. More...

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August 9th, 2017

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The Weinstein Co. is breathing a huge sign of relief as Wind River had the best theater average of the weekend with $40,390 in four theaters. This is the fourth best average of the year behind The Big Sick (average of $84,315 in five); The Beguiled ($57,323 in four); and Beauty and the Beast ($41,508 in just over 4,200). Wolf Warriors 2 saw its theater average grow to $15,843. The final film in the $10,000 club was Columbus, which earned an average of $13,410 in two theaters. More...

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August 8th, 2017

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August 6th, 2017

The Dark Tower

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August 5th, 2017

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August 3rd, 2017

The Dark Tower

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Contest: Dark Days

July 28th, 2017

Dark Tower

Next weekend is the first weekend of August, which is a traditional dumping ground for films that looked like they were a good idea when they were greenlit, but something went horribly wrong. This leads to a lot of films that may or may not open truly wide. For instance, Kidnap is opening in an estimated 2,200 theaters, and Detroit is opening in limited release this Friday, and doesn’t have a firm expansion estimate yet. The reviews for Detroit are amazing, so it should expand significantly, but we don’t know by how much, yet. This does leave The Dark Tower as the only real choice for the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening three-day weekend box office number for The Dark Tower.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film’s opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film’s opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven’t won, or haven’t won recently, and they will win the final Frankenprize, as described above.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don’t delay! More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/09/15 11 $14,836   22 $674   $14,836 1
2017/09/22 15 $6,546 -56% 21 $312   $26,890 2
2017/09/29 25 $1,760 -73% 10 $176   $32,327 3
2017/10/06 - $203 -88% 2 $102   $33,341 4

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Netherlands 9/29/2017 $93,245 46 46 125 $258,518 10/16/2017
North America 8/4/2017 $350,190 20 3007 8636 $16,790,139
Portugal 9/15/2017 $14,836 22 22 55 $33,341 10/11/2017
Spain 9/15/2017 $407,296 215 244 703 $995,427 10/12/2017
United Kingdom 8/25/2017 $847,101 378 489 1281 $3,018,932 9/13/2017
 
Worldwide Total$21,096,357 10/16/2017

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