Elizabethtown

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $26,850,426Details
International Box Office $23,868,947
Worldwide Box Office $50,719,373
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $16,048,213 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $16,048,213
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
28% - Rotten
Audience
66% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$54,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 14th, 2005 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: February 7th, 2006 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language and some sexual references.
Keywords: Road Trip, Funeral Reunions
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Orlando Bloom    Drew Baylor
Kirsten Dunst    Claire Colburn
Susan Sarandon    Hollie Baylor
Alec Baldwin    Phil
Bruce McGill    Bill Banyon
Judy Greer    Heather Baylor
Jessica Biel    Ellen
Paul Schneider    Jessie
Paula Deen    Aunt Dora
Loudon Wainwright    Uncle Dale
Alice Marie Crowe    Aunt Lena
Patty Griffin    Sharon
James Fitzpatrick    Rusty

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Cameron Crowe

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/10/14 2 $4,050,915   2,517 $1,609   $4,050,915 1
2005/10/15 3 $4,304,292 +6% 2,517 $1,710   $8,355,207 2
2005/10/16 3 $2,263,504 -47% 2,517 $899   $10,618,711 3
2005/10/17 2 $671,478 -70% 2,517 $267   $11,290,189 4
2005/10/18 1 $662,702 -1% 2,517 $263   $11,952,891 5
2005/10/19 1 $602,568 -9% 2,517 $239   $12,555,459 6
2005/10/20 1 $672,507 +12% 2,517 $267   $13,227,966 7
2005/10/21 6 $1,925,483 +186% 2,517 $765   $15,153,449 8
2005/10/22 6 $2,435,773 +27% 2,517 $968   $17,589,222 9
2005/10/23 6 $1,238,744 -49% 2,517 $492   $18,827,966 10
2005/10/24 5 $369,772 -70% 2,517 $147   $19,218,747 11
2005/10/25 4 $371,279 n/c 2,517 $148   $19,590,026 12
2005/10/26 4 $354,526 -5% 2,517 $141   $19,944,552 13
2005/10/27 5 $371,688 +5% 2,517 $148   $20,316,240 14
2005/10/31 11 $181,311   2,137 $85   $22,880,364 18
2005/11/01 9 $209,851 +16% 2,137 $98   $23,090,215 19
2005/11/02 9 $216,041 +3% 2,137 $101   $23,306,256 20
2005/11/03 9 $226,106 +5% 2,137 $106   $23,532,362 21

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/10/14 3 $10,618,711   2,517 $4,219   $10,618,711 3
2005/10/21 6 $5,621,009 -47% 2,517 $2,233   $18,848,975 10
2005/10/28 11 $2,382,813 -58% 2,137 $1,115   $22,699,053 17
2005/11/04 15 $1,633,235 -31% 1,638 $997   $25,165,597 24
2005/11/11 20 $702,592 -57% 730 $962   $26,360,263 31
2005/11/18 31 $121,372 -83% 232 $523   $26,624,106 38
2005/11/25 58 $20,707 -83% 58 $357   $26,683,227 45
2005/12/02 61 $13,253 -36% 50 $265   $26,702,068 52
2005/12/09 36 $66,599 +403% 206 $323   $26,774,540 59
2005/12/16 45 $28,575 -57% 104 $275   $26,838,389 66

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/12/20066386,252 386,252$6,954,506$6,954,5061
2/19/200612134,864-65% 521,116$2,437,775$9,392,2812
2/26/20062180,462-40% 601,578$1,476,727$10,869,0083

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