The Devil Wears Prada

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $124,740,460Details
International Box Office $201,810,634
Worldwide Box Office $326,551,094
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $96,281,456 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $96,281,456
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
75% - Certified Fresh
Audience
76% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 30th, 2006 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: December 12th, 2006 by Fox Home Entertainment, released as Devil Wears Prada, The
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sensuality
Running Time: 109 minutes
Keywords: Fashion, Boss From Hell, Job Interview
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Fox 2000 Pictures, Wendy Fineman Productions

Cast

   Miranda Priestly
Anne Hathaway    Andrea Sachs
Stanley Tucci    Nigel
Simon Baker    Christian Thompson
Gisele Bundchen    Serena the Talking Clacker
Adrian Grenier    Nate
Emily Blunt    Emily

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    Theodore Shapiro
Screenwriter    Aline Brosh McKenna
Based on the novel by    Lauren Weisberger
Producer    Wendy Fineman
Executive Producer    Karen Rosenfelt
Executive Producer    Joe Caracciolo, Jr.
Cinematographer    Florian Ballhaus
Editor    Mark Livolsi
Music    Theodore Shapiro
Music Supervisor    Julia Michels
Production Designer    Jess Gonchor
Art Director    Tom Warren
Set Decorator    Lydia Marks
Costume Designer    Patricia Field
Sound Mixer    T.J. O'Mara
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Fleischman
Line Producer    John Bernard
Assistant Director    Stephen Lee Davis
Casting Director    Ellen Lewis

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Award Season - First There\'s the Globes, then Comes the Gold

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Award Season - Oscar Nods Offer Little Surprises - Correction

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Home Market Cranks Out the New Releases

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Prada is a Tight Fit in First Place

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International Details - Extended Vacation

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Sunshine Just Misses First Place During Its Home Market Debut

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Pirates Have a Devil of a Time on the Home Market

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International Details - Truly International Box Office

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DVD Releases for December 12, 2006

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International Details - Open Season Starts to Close Out Its Run

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International Details - Devil Drops Out of Top Five

Late numbers for the international weekend meant there was a shakeup in the top five with Saw III trading places with The Devil Wears Prada. Saw III took fourth with $6.54 million on 1912 screens in 20 markets for a total of $37.18 million. Meanwhile, The Devil Wears Prada fell to sixth with $5.87 million on 2452 screens in 23 markets for a total of $172.54 million. It was also the first time in nearly two months that the film didn't place in the top five on the international box office. More...

International Top Five - Bond Bursts Out on top of Box Office

Casino Royale dominated the weekend box office earning $42.2 million on 3,063 screens in 27 markets, only one of them a true major markets. The film's biggest was the U.K., no surprise there, but the magnitude of the opening caught a lot of people off guard. Its weekend total of $21.55 million on 505 screens was the third biggest opening of all time behind just Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Add in Thursday and the film earned $25.33 million, roughly 47% more than the previous best opening for a Bond film in the market, and Goldeneye had 5 days to earn its $17.2 million. The second biggest market was Russia where the film took in $4.55 million on 540 screens, which was more than four times the nearesst competition and the highest opening ever for a non-Russian film there. It had a similar result in Indian earning $3.2 million on an unprecedented 427 screens beating Spider-man 2's record for a non-Indian film by 87%. Other million dollar markets include Greece with $1.34 million on 111 screens, Thailand with $1.1 million on 154 and Taiwan with $1 million on 116. The film opens in most of the rest of Europe next weekend and should have no trouble remaining on top of the charts. More...

International Top Five - Borat Remains Buoyant

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International Top Five - Borat has a Devil of a Time

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International Top Five - Devil May Care Attitude

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International Top Five - Prada Passes Milestone

It was a $100 million weekend for The Devil Wears Prada as its $18.6 million haul lifted its international total to $104 million. The film's only opening of note was Sweden where it topped the charts with $606,000 on 66 screens. Most of the film's box office this weekend came from holdovers like Italy where it was down a tiny 7% to $3.33 million on 420 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.50 million while it held on nearly as strong in Germany down 21% to $3.36 million on 598 million for a two week total of $9.23 million. The film still has openings in South Korea and Japan, although I'm unconvinced the film will be a hit in either country. But the film has already earned twice what it needed to show a profit, so the studio has no reason to complain regardless of what happens from now on. More...

International Top Five - Prada Still a Powerhouse

The Devil Wears Prada remained on top of the international charts as it added $24.61 million on 4217 screens in 42 markets. This lifted its international total to $75.43 million and its worldwide total to $199.75 million. Germany was the film's biggest market as it took in $4.24 million on 559 screens, but a local film kept it out of first place while another local film did the same in the Netherlands where it opened with $631,000 on 80 screens over the weekend and $816,000 in total. It did earn first place in Italy with $3.56 million on 417 screens and in Taiwan with an estimated $1.2 million on 98. Meanwhile, the film performed amazingly in several holdover markets adding $3.47 million on 446 screens in the U.K. to its two-week total of $12.53 million while it remained in first place in France with $1.9 million on 507 screens for $10.1 million after three weeks. As for further milestones, the film has obviously already crossed $200 million worldwide and $100 million internationally won't be far behind. More...

International Top Five - The Devil You Say

There was not a single new release in the top five, for that matter, all five films were in the top five last weekend as well. However, we still had a surprise number one as The Devil Wears Prada claimed the crown with $19.37 million on 2975 screens in 33 markets for a total of $42.16 million so far. That is almost 60% higher than it earned last weekend. Almost all of this growth can be attributed to the film's first place, $6.11 million opening on 447 screens in the U.K. but the film also took first place in Russia with $2.32 million on 299 screens and in Spain with $2.15 million on 301 screens. As for holdovers, it remained in first place in Australia down just 27% to $1.88 million on 321 screens and now has $7.02 million in the market while it fell 35% in France to $2.99 million over the weekend and $7.63 million in total. Comedies tends to be very cultural and usually they don't translate well. Perhaps the experience of having a bad boss is universal, (not that I would know anything about that), or perhaps the film's darker edge it helping it overseas. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/06/30 2 $9,413,840   2,847 $3,307   $9,413,840 1
2006/07/01 2 $9,291,706 -1% 2,847 $3,264   $18,705,546 2
2006/07/02 2 $8,831,698 -5% 2,847 $3,102   $27,537,244 3
2006/07/03 2 $7,012,987 -21% 2,847 $2,463   $34,550,231 4
2006/07/04 2 $5,584,831 -20% 2,847 $1,962   $40,135,062 5
2006/07/05 2 $4,115,526 -26% 2,847 $1,446   $44,250,588 6
2006/07/06 2 $3,845,178 -7% 2,847 $1,351   $48,095,766 7
2006/07/07 3 $5,017,067 +30% 2,882 $1,741   $53,112,833 8
2006/07/08 3 $5,798,358 +16% 2,882 $2,012   $58,911,191 9
2006/07/09 3 $4,199,353 -28% 2,882 $1,457   $63,110,544 10
2006/07/10 3 $2,338,610 -44% 2,882 $811   $65,449,154 11
2006/07/11 3 $2,610,332 +12% 2,882 $906   $68,059,486 12
2006/07/12 3 $2,583,656 -1% 2,882 $896   $70,643,142 13
2006/07/13 2 $2,461,332 -5% 2,882 $854   $73,104,474 14
2006/07/14 5 $3,188,345 +30% 2,810 $1,135   $76,292,819 15
2006/07/15 5 $4,112,036 +29% 2,810 $1,463   $80,404,855 16
2006/07/16 5 $3,086,005 -25% 2,810 $1,098   $83,490,860 17
2006/07/17 5 $1,620,662 -47% 2,810 $577   $85,111,522 18
2006/07/18 4 $1,770,355 +9% 2,810 $630   $86,881,877 19
2006/07/19 4 $1,628,169 -8% 2,810 $579   $88,510,046 20
2006/07/20 5 $1,636,423 +1% 2,810 $582   $90,146,469 21
2006/07/21 8 $2,175,102 +33% 2,248 $968   $92,321,571 22
2006/07/22 9 $3,043,828 +40% 2,248 $1,354   $95,365,399 23
2006/07/23 9 $2,143,061 -30% 2,248 $953   $97,508,460 24
2006/07/24 8 $1,043,423 -51% 2,248 $464   $98,551,883 25
2006/07/25 6 $1,162,998 +11% 2,248 $517   $99,714,881 26
2006/07/26 5 $1,082,510 -7% 2,248 $482   $100,797,391 27
2006/07/27 5 $1,091,150 +1% 2,248 $485   $101,888,541 28
2006/07/28 9 $1,439,989 +32% 1,778 $810   $103,328,530 29
2006/07/29 9 $1,872,775 +30% 1,778 $1,053   $105,201,305 30
2006/07/30 9 $1,360,582 -27% 1,778 $765   $106,561,887 31
2006/07/31 8 $703,888 -48% 1,778 $396   $107,265,775 32
2006/08/01 8 $818,270 +16% 1,778 $460   $108,084,045 33
2006/08/02 8 $815,158 n/c 1,778 $458   $108,899,203 34
2006/08/03 8 $761,732 -7% 1,778 $428   $109,660,935 35
2006/08/04 11 $961,845 +26% 1,453 $662   $110,622,780 36
2006/08/05 11 $1,199,087 +25% 1,453 $825   $111,821,867 37
2006/08/06 11 $885,949 -26% 1,453 $610   $112,707,816 38
2006/08/07 10 $505,221 -43% 1,453 $348   $113,213,037 39
2006/08/08 10 $500,091 -1% 1,453 $344   $113,713,128 40
2006/08/09 11 $450,555 -10% 1,453 $310   $114,163,683 41
2006/08/10 11 $458,465 +2% 1,453 $316   $114,622,148 42
2006/08/11 - $589,714 +29% 1,135 $520   $115,211,862 43
2006/08/12 14 $770,572 +31% 1,135 $679   $115,982,434 44
2006/08/13 - $509,027 -34% 1,135 $448   $116,491,461 45
2006/08/14 - $286,867 -44% 1,135 $253   $116,778,328 46
2006/08/15 - $327,621 +14% 1,135 $289   $117,105,949 47
2006/08/16 13 $294,055 -10% 1,135 $259   $117,400,004 48
2006/08/17 13 $288,602 -2% 1,135 $254   $117,688,606 49
2006/08/18 - $389,869 +35% 824 $473   $118,078,475 50
2006/08/19 - $560,176 +44% 824 $680   $118,638,651 51
2006/08/20 - $357,389 -36% 824 $434   $118,996,040 52
2006/08/21 - $166,267 -53% 824 $202   $119,162,307 53
2006/08/22 - $187,884 +13% 824 $228   $119,350,191 54
2006/08/23 - $182,501 -3% 824 $221   $119,532,692 55
2006/08/24 - $185,589 +2% 824 $225   $119,718,281 56
2006/08/25 - $263,288 +42% 585 $450   $119,981,569 57
2006/08/26 - $375,084 +42% 585 $641   $120,356,653 58
2006/08/27 - $242,090 -35% 585 $414   $120,598,743 59
2006/08/28 - $108,202 -55% 585 $185   $120,706,945 60
2006/08/29 - $120,258 +11% 585 $206   $120,827,203 61
2006/08/30 - $112,349 -7% 585 $192   $120,939,552 62
2006/08/31 - $108,813 -3% 585 $186   $121,048,365 63
2006/09/01 - $194,655 +79% 501 $389   $121,243,020 64
2006/09/02 - $314,168 +61% 501 $627   $121,557,188 65
2006/09/03 - $278,966 -11% 501 $557   $121,836,154 66
2006/09/04 21 $199,622 -28% 501 $398   $122,035,776 67
2006/09/05 - $57,810 -71% 501 $115   $122,093,586 68
2006/09/06 - $54,695 -5% 501 $109   $122,148,281 69
2006/09/07 - $53,607 -2% 501 $107   $122,201,888 70
2006/09/08 - $137,097 +156% 501 $274   $122,338,985 71
2006/09/09 - $217,773 +59% 501 $435   $122,556,758 72
2006/09/10 - $119,630 -45% 501 $239   $122,676,388 73
2006/09/11 - $40,050 -67% 501 $80   $122,716,438 74
2006/09/12 - $44,489 +11% 501 $89   $122,760,927 75
2006/09/13 - $46,317 +4% 501 $92   $122,807,244 76
2006/09/14 - $51,007 +10% 501 $102   $122,858,251 77
2006/09/15 - $100,661 +97% 336 $300   $122,958,912 78
2006/09/16 - $156,230 +55% 336 $465   $123,115,142 79
2006/09/17 - $80,630 -48% 336 $240   $123,195,772 80
2006/09/18 - $28,423 -65% 336 $85   $123,224,195 81
2006/09/19 - $34,833 +23% 336 $104   $123,259,028 82
2006/09/20 - $33,100 -5% 336 $99   $123,292,128 83
2006/09/21 - $30,268 -9% 336 $90   $123,322,396 84
2006/09/22 - $78,453 +159% 336 $233   $123,400,849 85
2006/09/23 - $124,005 +58% 336 $369   $123,524,854 86
2006/09/24 - $63,761 -49% 336 $190   $123,588,615 87
2006/09/25 - $21,158 -67% 336 $63   $123,609,773 88
2006/09/26 - $25,610 +21% 336 $76   $123,635,383 89
2006/09/27 - $24,874 -3% 336 $74   $123,660,257 90
2006/09/28 - $25,429 +2% 336 $76   $123,685,686 91
2006/09/29 - $61,791 +143% 336 $184   $123,747,477 92
2006/09/30 - $92,734 +50% 336 $276   $123,840,211 93
2006/10/01 - $46,938 -49% 336 $140   $123,887,149 94
2006/10/02 - $14,341 -69% 336 $43   $123,901,490 95
2006/10/03 - $18,139 +26% 336 $54   $123,919,629 96
2006/10/04 - $16,757 -8% 336 $50   $123,936,386 97
2006/10/05 - $17,262 +3% 336 $51   $123,953,648 98
2006/10/06 - $47,236 +174% 336 $141   $124,000,884 99
2006/10/07 - $69,887 +48% 336 $208   $124,070,771 100
2006/10/08 - $40,270 -42% 336 $120   $124,111,041 101
2006/10/09 - $24,581 -39% 336 $73   $124,135,622 102
2006/10/10 - $17,225 -30% 336 $51   $124,152,847 103
2006/10/11 - $17,154 n/c 336 $51   $124,170,001 104
2006/10/12 - $18,003 +5% 196 $92   $124,188,004 105
2006/10/13 - $37,645 +109% 161 $234   $124,225,649 106
2006/10/14 - $56,790 +51% 161 $353   $124,282,439 107
2006/10/15 - $32,966 -42% 161 $205   $124,315,405 108
2006/10/16 - $11,904 -64% 161 $74   $124,327,309 109
2006/10/17 - $13,950 +17% 161 $87   $124,341,259 110
2006/10/18 - $14,147 +1% 161 $88   $124,355,406 111
2006/10/19 - $13,542 -4% 161 $84   $124,368,948 112
2006/10/20 - $25,211 +86% 118 $214   $124,394,159 113
2006/10/21 - $36,290 +44% 118 $308   $124,430,449 114
2006/10/22 - $19,628 -46% 118 $166   $124,450,077 115
2006/10/23 - $7,989 -59% 118 $68   $124,458,066 116
2006/10/24 - $11,342 +42% 118 $96   $124,469,408 117
2006/10/25 - $10,035 -12% 118 $85   $124,479,443 118
2006/10/26 - $9,950 -1% 118 $84   $124,489,393 119
2006/10/27 - $15,799 +59% 86 $184   $124,505,192 120
2006/10/28 - $25,033 +58% 86 $291   $124,530,225 121
2006/10/29 - $11,641 -53% 86 $135   $124,541,866 122
2006/10/30 - $3,292 -72% 86 $38   $124,545,158 123
2006/10/31 - $5,187 +58% 86 $60   $124,550,345 124
2006/11/01 - $5,479 +6% 86 $64   $124,555,824 125
2006/11/02 - $6,593 +20% 86 $77   $124,562,417 126
2006/11/03 - $15,123 +129% 79 $191   $124,577,540 127
2006/11/04 - $22,094 +46% 79 $280   $124,599,634 128
2006/11/05 - $10,384 -53% 79 $131   $124,610,018 129
2006/11/06 - $4,812 -54% 79 $61   $124,614,830 130
2006/11/07 - $6,049 +26% 79 $77   $124,620,879 131
2006/11/08 - $4,471 -26% 79 $57   $124,625,350 132
2006/11/09 - $4,719 +6% 79 $60   $124,630,069 133
2006/11/10 - $11,046 +134% 55 $201   $124,641,115 134
2006/11/11 - $16,432 +49% 55 $299   $124,657,547 135
2006/11/12 - $8,142 -50% 55 $148   $124,665,689 136
2006/11/13 - $2,796 -66% 55 $51   $124,668,485 137
2006/11/14 - $3,450 +23% 55 $63   $124,671,935 138
2006/11/15 - $2,848 -17% 55 $52   $124,674,783 139
2006/11/16 - $2,922 +3% 55 $53   $124,677,705 140
2006/11/17 - $8,165 +179% 55 $148   $124,685,870 141
2006/11/18 - $11,877 +45% 55 $216   $124,697,747 142
2006/11/19 - $5,891 -50% 55 $107   $124,703,638 143
2006/11/20 - $1,776 -70% 55 $32   $124,705,414 144
2006/11/21 - $2,726 +53% 55 $50   $124,708,140 145
2006/11/22 - $1,997 -27% 37 $54   $124,710,137 146
2006/11/23 - $1,976 -1% 37 $53   $124,712,113 147
2006/11/24 - $2,919 +48% 24 $122   $124,715,032 148
2006/11/25 - $4,359 +49% 24 $182   $124,719,391 149
2006/11/26 - $1,976 -55% 24 $82   $124,721,367 150
2006/11/27 - $690 -65% 24 $29   $124,722,057 151
2006/11/28 - $1,010 +46% 24 $42   $124,723,067 152
2006/11/29 - $885 -12% 24 $37   $124,723,952 153
2006/11/30 - $835 -6% 24 $35   $124,724,787 154

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/06/30 2 $27,537,244   2,847 $9,672   $27,537,244 3
2006/07/07 3 $15,014,778 -45% 2,882 $5,210   $63,110,544 10
2006/07/14 5 $10,386,386 -31% 2,810 $3,696   $83,490,860 17
2006/07/21 9 $7,361,991 -29% 2,248 $3,275   $97,508,460 24
2006/07/28 9 $4,673,346 -37% 1,778 $2,628   $106,561,887 31
2006/08/04 11 $3,046,881 -35% 1,453 $2,097   $112,707,816 38
2006/08/11 15 $1,869,313 -39% 1,135 $1,647   $116,491,461 45
2006/08/18 16 $1,307,434 -30% 824 $1,587   $118,996,040 52
2006/08/25 20 $880,462 -33% 585 $1,505   $120,598,743 59
2006/09/01 21 $787,789 -11% 501 $1,572   $121,836,154 66
2006/09/08 21 $474,500 -40% 465 $1,020   $122,676,388 73
2006/09/15 26 $337,521 -29% 336 $1,005   $123,195,772 80
2006/09/22 29 $266,219 -21% 272 $979   $123,588,615 87
2006/09/29 32 $201,463 -24% 228 $884   $123,887,149 94
2006/10/06 31 $157,393 -22% 196 $803   $124,111,041 101
2006/10/13 37 $127,401 -19% 161 $791   $124,315,405 108
2006/10/20 43 $81,129 -36% 118 $688   $124,450,077 115
2006/10/27 48 $52,473 -35% 86 $610   $124,541,866 122
2006/11/03 52 $47,601 -9% 79 $603   $124,610,018 129
2006/11/10 49 $35,620 -25% 55 $648   $124,665,689 136
2006/11/17 50 $25,933 -27% 45 $576   $124,703,638 143
2006/11/24 64 $9,254 -64% 24 $386   $124,721,367 150
2006/12/01 64 $8,175 -12% 19 $430   $124,732,962 157
2006/12/08 91 $1,941 -76% 4 $485   $124,739,606 164

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/17/200631,866,009 1,866,009$31,684,833$31,684,8331
12/24/200651,249,991-33% 3,116,000$22,312,339$53,997,1722
12/31/20066440,424-65% 3,556,424$7,923,228$61,920,4003
1/7/20075322,547-27% 3,878,971$5,718,145$67,638,5454
1/14/20076198,864-38% 4,077,835$3,577,563$71,216,1095
1/21/20079143,426-28% 4,221,261$2,580,234$73,796,3436
1/28/20071293,074-35% 4,314,335$1,674,401$75,470,7447
2/4/20071767,505-27% 4,381,840$1,214,415$76,685,1598
2/11/20072377,030+14% 4,458,870$1,385,770$78,070,9289
2/18/200714199,816+159% 4,658,686$3,766,532$81,837,46010
3/4/20071971,574 4,755,595$1,430,764$83,774,67112
4/8/200717172,000 5,002,852$3,300,680$88,522,85317
9/16/20072146,740 5,130,248$504,339$90,294,84640
11/25/200724423,712 5,577,528$3,809,171$94,388,81050

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