Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $22,734,486Details
International Box Office $1,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $23,734,486
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
23% - Rotten
Audience
47% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$17,000,000
Theatrical Release: September 5th, 2003 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude and sex-related humor, language and drug references
Keywords: Delayed Adulthood, Gratuitous Cameos
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

David Spade    Dickie Roberts
Mary McCormack    Grace
Doris Roberts    Peggy
Dustin Diamond    Himself
Corey Feldman    Himself
Jon Lovitz    Sidney
Alyssa Milano    Cyndi
Rob Reiner    Himself
Peter Dante    Himself
Rachel Dratch    Reiner's Secretary
Edie McClurg    Mrs. Gertrude
Spencer Garrett    Publisher

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Christophe Beck
Composer    Waddy Wachtel
Dialogue Editor    Victoria Sampson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/09/05 1 $2,049,000   2,026 $1,011   $2,049,000 1
2003/09/06 1 $2,987,513 +46% 2,026 $1,475   $5,054,958 2
2003/09/07 2 $1,605,582 -46% 2,026 $792   $6,660,540 3
2003/09/08 6 $283,000 -82% 2,026 $140   $6,944,000 4
2003/09/09 7 $297,000 +5% 2,026 $147   $7,241,000 5
2003/09/10 6 $303,000 +2% 2,026 $150   $7,544,000 6
2003/09/11 6 $286,000 -6% 2,026 $141   $7,829,000 7
2003/09/12 4 $1,379,000 +382% 2,083 $662   $9,208,000 8
2003/09/13 4 $2,446,819 +77% 2,083 $1,175   $11,635,654 9
2003/09/14 4 $1,235,703 -49% 2,083 $593   $12,871,357 10
2003/09/15 8 $161,000 -87% 2,083 $77   $13,033,000 11
2003/09/16 9 $155,000 -4% 2,083 $74   $13,188,000 12
2003/09/17 7 $171,000 +10% 2,083 $82   $13,358,000 13
2003/09/18 9 $161,000 -6% 2,083 $77   $13,519,000 14
2003/09/19 8 $1,167,000 +625% 2,083 $560   $14,686,000 15
2003/09/20 7 $1,749,432 +50% 2,083 $840   $16,411,453 16
2003/09/21 8 $891,211 -49% 2,083 $428   $17,302,664 17
2003/09/22 10 $138,000 -85% 2,083 $66   $17,440,000 18
2003/09/23 10 $133,000 -4% 2,083 $64   $17,573,000 19
2003/09/24 10 $128,000 -4% 2,083 $61   $17,701,000 20
2003/09/25 10 $126,000 -2% 2,083 $60   $17,827,000 21

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/09/05 1 $6,660,540   2,026 $3,288   $6,660,540 3
2003/09/12 4 $5,042,028 -24% 2,083 $2,421   $12,871,357 10
2003/09/19 7 $3,783,655 -25% 2,083 $1,816   $17,302,664 17
2003/09/26 11 $3,006,088 -21% 1,953 $1,539   $20,833,457 24
2003/10/03 15 $939,488 -69% 1,662 $565   $22,064,416 31
2003/10/10 27 $152,856 -84% 655 $233   $22,412,508 38
2003/10/17 41 $60,448 -60% 280 $216   $22,523,270 45
2003/10/24 61 $21,080 -65% 56 $376   $22,554,416 52
2003/10/31 95 $6,990 -67% 24 $291   $22,566,314 59
2003/11/07 35 $78,504 +1,023% 156 $503   $22,646,648 66
2003/11/14 47 $37,776 -52% 99 $382   $22,715,908 73
2003/11/21 70 $12,671 -66% 42 $302   $22,734,486 80

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