Evan Almighty

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $100,289,690Details
International Box Office $72,929,590
Worldwide Box Office $173,219,280
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $38,467,646 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $38,467,646
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
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$175,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 22nd, 2007 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: October 9th, 2007 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for milde rude humor and some peril
Franchise: Bruce Almighty
Keywords: End of the World, Religious
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

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DVD Sales - Transformers Change the Home Market

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DVD Rentals - Another Surfer Scores First Place

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DVD Sales - Evan Finally Proves Mighty

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International Details - Heartbreak for the Kid

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DVD Releases for October 9, 2007

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International Details - Winning by a Hair

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International Details - Ratatouille Serves Up an International Dish

Ratatouille opening in first place in South Africa this weekend earning $298,000 on 40 screens, which is very close to what The Simpsons Movie made in its opening there a few weeks ago. Its best market of the weekend remains France where it was down a mere 4% to $1.67 million on 655 screens over the weekend for a total of $58.63 million. At this pace, the film will reach $60 million by this time next week while topping Finding Nemo's total of nearly $65 million is increasingly in reach. Overall Ratatouille added $4.66 million on 2535 screens in 27 markets for a total of $216.42 million, which is more than Cars managed, and this film still has openings in Germany, U.K., Italy, and Scandinavia. More...

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Brave or Foolish?

The weekend was, for the most part, very predictable with The Brave One opening a little softer that expected while D-War opened a little stronger. However, overall there are not many surprises worth talking about. This includes the overall box office, which brought in $79 million over the weekend. This was 1% lower than last weekend, but 1% above the same weekend last year. However, at this pace the box office's winning streak over last year will end next weekend. More...

International Details - Chuck and Larry Hold of Late Charge by Die Hard

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International Details - Harry Potter has 900 Million Reasons to Celebrate

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix may have fallen out of the top five, but it was able to cross $900 million worldwide since last week making it only the tenth film to do so. Over the weekend the film added $7.08 million on 4486 screens in 53 markets for a total of $626.30 million internationally, which places the film sixth place on that chart just $16 million behind Dead Man's Chest. There's not much to report for individual markets with the film down 43% during its second weekend in Greece adding $612,000 on 129 screens for a total of $2.91 million. Its best market remains Japan at $1.67 million on 605 screens over the weekend for a total of $75.18 million after seven weeks. Meanwhile, the film continues to march towards $100 million in the U.K. and after earning $796,000 on 306 screens over the weekend it now sits at $97.89 million in total. More...

International Details - Knocked Up Leaps Up

Knocked Up went from barely making the top 30 to nearly hitting the top five after adding $6.89 million on 1628 screens in 19 markets. The film now has a total of $25.54 million internationally while its worldwide total hit $173.34 million. To put this into perspective, The 40-Year Old Virgin earned $177.34 million and Knocked Up has yet to open in France, Spain, Italy, and many other significant markets. This week it did open in two major markets, the U.K. and Germany. In the former it had to settle for second place with $3.08 million on 423 screens while in the later it topped the charts with $2.11 million on 597 screens. In both markets this represents a small drop-off from The 40-Year Old Virgin, but the movie has already covered its total cost, so there's little reason to complain. More...

International Details - Summer Transforms into Fall

The Transformers fell out of the top five but still cracked 8 digits with $11.10 million on 54.92 screens in 52 markets for a total of $354.33 million. The film is mostly coasting on holdovers at the moment, but it did top the Polish market with $664,000 on 106 screens while its best market was Japan where it added $2.49 million on 592 screens over the weekend for a total of $23.98 million. More...

International Details - Dragons Dominate South Korean Marketplace

D-War slipped to sixth place overall, but remained in first place in South Korea with $10.19 million on 623 screens over the weekend and $37.81 million in total. More...

International Details - Die Hard still has Life Left

Live Free or Die Hard was knocked out of the top five but still earned $7.15 million on 317 screens in 29 markets for a total of $192.83 million. The film opened in first place in four markets, with the biggest being Brazil at $1.60 million on 352 screens over the weekend and $2.07 million in total. At this pace the film would hit $200 million this weekend, even if it didn't open in Australia, while it will top Die Hard with a Vengeance's worldwide total shortly. More...

International Details for May 18

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Transformers\'s Changing Fortunes

Records fell this past week(end) as The Transformers topped almost all expectations and broke a couple of records. However, while the overall box office hit $174 million, which was 12% higher than last weekend, it was 20% lower than the same weekend last year. There are some mitigating circumstances to deal with. For instance, the midweek releases did pull some business from the weekend. And secondly, last year at this time was the then record-breaking opening of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. More...

Expectations Change Little

With the strange release schedule this week, it seemed a smart plan to give updates just before the weekend starts. This should be the end of the scheduling weirdness as well, at least until the next holiday. More...

Seven Day Weekend

The weekend lasts seven days this time around, starting on Monday evening at 8 p.m. with the debut of The Transformers in roughly 3,000 theaters. And with July Fourth on Wednesday, there are films opening up practically every day this week. More...

Ratatouille Leaves the Box Office Wanting a Little More

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International Details - Black Mark at the Box Office

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Will Rat Power Push Pixar to the Top?

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Evan Makes Executives Uptighty

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Movie Website Updates for June 17 - June 23, 2007

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Weekend Estimates - Evan Not So Almighty

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Will Evan be Almighty, or just Alrighty?

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Contest - Goodbye, Blu-Skies

Evan Almighty is the target film for his week's box office prediction contest. Not only that, but it is also the first time in our series that we will be giving away a High Definition DVD, maybe. Bruce Almighty was recently released on HD-DVD and that is the top prize this week. However, since most people don't have HD-DVD players, we will only give the HD-DVD version if the winner requests it. Otherwise, they will get the DVD version. To win, one must simply predict the box office opening for Evan Almighty. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, as well as whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win one copy of Bruce Almighty (HD-DVD or DVD, please specify). In addition, for both winners, we will purchase a tree in their name in the Almighty Forest. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Movie Website Updates for June 3 - June 9, 2007

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2007 Preview: June

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Movie Website Updates for May 20 - May 26, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for May 13 - May 19, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for April 22 - April 28, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 7, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for March 24 - March 30, 2007

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Cast

Steve Carell    Evan Baxter
Morgan Freeman    God
Lauren Graham    Joan Baxter
John Goodman    Congressman Long
John Michael Higgins    Marty
Jimmy Bennett    Ryan Baxter
Wanda Sykes    Rita
Jonah Hill    Eugene
Molly Shannon    Eve Adams
Graham Phillips    Jordan Baxter
Johnny Simmons    Dylan Baxter
Ed Helms    Ark Reporter, Ed Carson
Rachel Harris    Ark Reporter
Brian Howe    Builder
Harve Presnell    Congressman Burrows
Madison Mason    Congressman Dodd
Bruce Gray    Congressman Hughes
Paul Collins    Congressman Stamp
Jim Doughan    Neighbor
Meagen Fay    Neighbor
Dean Norris    Officer Collins
P.J. Byrne    Evan's Staffer
Ralph Harris    Evan's Staffer
Arden Myrin    Evan's Staffer
Ralph P. Martin    Delivery Guy
Maile Flanagan    Mail Person
Angela Martinez    CNN Reporter
David Barrera    Ark Reporter
Jeremiah W. Birkett    Ark Reporter
Jesse Bunch    Ark Reporter
Casey Strand    Ark Reporter
Wayne Wilderson    Ark Reporter
Derick Alexander    Capitol Policeman
Scott Rollins    Capitol Policeman
Lisa Arch    Staffer
Judith Benezra    Staffer
Krista Carpenter    Staffer
Gerald Downey    Staffer
Simon Helberg    Staffer
Dylan Jones    Staffer
Jay Lay    Staffer
Suzy Nakamura    Staffer
Matt Price    Staffer
Irene Roseen    Staffer
Larry Sullivan    Staffer
Audrey Wasilewski    Staffer
Jon Wellner    Staffer
Channing Chase    Neighbor
Shelley Dowdy    Neighbor
Pete Gardner    Neighbor
Gregg Goulet    Neighbor
Jan Hoag    Neighbor
Harry S. Murphy    Neighbor
Ruth Williamson    Neighbor
Don Dowe    Newsroom Camera Operator
Shashawnee Hall    Newsroom Camera Operator
Lucia Forte    Court Stenographer
Deborah Carson    Congressional Reporter
Lamont Thompson    Officer M. Gilbert
Larry Dorf    Officer B. McKenzie
Tom Beyer    Newsroom Stage Manager
Topper Shutt    Local Weatherman
Juan M. Fernandez    Network Reporter
Bridget Ann White    Network Reporter
Roxana Ortega    Reporter in Evan's Office
Brendan Patrick Connor    Fish 'n' Chips Patron
Charlie Hartsock    Fish 'n' Chips Patron
William Dennis Hunt    Committee Member
Franklin Dennis Jones    Committee Member
Lillian Lehman    Committee Member
Catherine McGoohan    Committee Member
Phil Reeves    Committee Member
Edmund L. Shaff    Committee Member
Tucker Smallwood    Committee Member
David St. James    Committee Member
Donzella Berry    Congressperson
Brian Carpenter    Congressperson
Thomas Crawford    Congressperson
Gregg Daniel    Congressperson
Bill DeBrason    Congressperson
Terry Menefee Gau    Congressperson
Mario Griego    Congressperson
Bonnie Johnson    Congressperson
Ted Johnson    Congressperson
Michael Stanton Kennedy    Congressperson
Frances Mitchell    Congressperson
James Newman    Congressperson
Patrick Pankhurst    Congressperson
Alan Sader    Congressperson
James Shanklin    Congressperson
Robert Shepherd    Congressperson
Rick Warner    Congressperson
Rachel Winfree    Congressperson
Jon Stewart    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tom Shadyac
Screenwriter    Steve Oedekerk
Story Creator    Steve Oedekerk
Story Creator    Joel Cohen
Story Creator    Alec Sokolow
Character Creator    Steve Koren
Character Creator    Mark O Keefe
Producer    Gary Barber
Producer    Roger Birnbaum
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Producer    Tom Shadyac
Producer    Michael Bostick
Executive Producer    Tom Hanks
Executive Producer    Gary Goetzman
Executive Producer    Dave Phillips
Executive Producer    Matt Luber
Executive Producer    Ilona Herzberg
Production Designer    Linda Descenna
Editor    Scott Hill
Composer    John Debney
Director of Photography    Ian Baker
Co-Producer    Jonathan M. Watson
Co-Producer    Amanda Morgan Palmer
Co-Producer    Ori Marmur
Associate Producer    Janet Wattles
Associate Producer    Jason Wilson
Assistant Director    Jonathan M. Watson
Assistant Director    David Bernstein
Second Unit Director    Mickey Gilbert
Unit Production Manager    Margaret Hilliard
Production Supervisor    Alecia LaRue
Art Director    Jim Nedza
Set Decorator    Ric McElvin
Second Unit Camera    Donald McCuaig
Additional Photography    Tony Cutrono
Costume Designer    Judy Ruskin
Costume Supervisor    Valerie Zielonka
Costume Supervisor    Donna Marcione Pollack
Sound Mixer    Jose Antonio Garcia
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Maslow
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael Hilkene
Sound Effects Editor    David Grimaldi
Sound Effects Editor    Bernard Weiser
Sound Designer    Odin Benitez
Dialogue Editor    Victoria Sampson
Dialogue Editor    Julie Feiner
Music Editor    Jeff Carson
Make up    Nena Smarz-O'Carroll
Make up    Brigette Myre Ellis
Hairstylist    Adruitha Lee
Hairstylist    Tony Ward
Hairstylist    Hitomi Golba
Music Supervisor    Kathy Nelson
Casting Director    Deborah Aquila
Casting Director    Tricia Wood
Casting Director    Jennifer Smith
Stunt Coordinator    Pat Romano

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/22 1 $11,406,660   3,602 $3,167   $11,406,660 1
2007/06/23 1 $11,424,675 n/c 3,602 $3,172   $22,831,335 2
2007/06/24 1 $8,361,280 -27% 3,602 $2,321   $31,192,615 3
2007/06/25 1 $3,928,360 -53% 3,602 $1,091   $35,120,975 4
2007/06/26 1 $3,694,125 -6% 3,604 $1,025   $38,815,100 5
2007/06/27 2 $3,370,505 -9% 3,602 $936   $42,185,605 6
2007/06/28 2 $3,349,995 -1% 3,604 $930   $45,535,600 7
2007/06/29 3 $5,072,220 +51% 3,636 $1,395   $50,607,820 8
2007/06/30 3 $5,744,885 +13% 3,636 $1,580   $56,352,705 9
2007/07/01 3 $4,326,840 -25% 3,636 $1,190   $60,679,545 10
2007/07/02 4 $2,181,545 -50% 3,636 $600   $62,861,090 11
2007/07/03 5 $2,200,000 +1% 3,636 $605   $65,060,000 12
2007/07/04 5 $2,836,080 +29% 3,636 $780   $67,915,130 13
2007/07/05 5 $2,072,520 -27% 3,636 $570   $69,987,650 14
2007/07/06 5 $2,906,335 +40% 3,636 $799   $72,893,985 15
2007/07/07 5 $3,321,600 +14% 3,636 $914   $76,215,585 16
2007/07/08 5 $2,491,200 -25% 3,636 $685   $78,706,785 17
2007/07/09 5 $1,193,885 -52% 3,460 $345   $79,900,670 18
2007/07/10 5 $1,211,395 +1% 3,460 $350   $81,112,065 19
2007/07/11 6 $972,720 -20% 3,460 $281   $82,084,785 20
2007/07/12 6 $810,665 -17% 3,460 $234   $82,895,450 21
2007/07/13 7 $1,510,320 +86% 2,696 $560   $84,405,770 22
2007/07/14 6 $1,968,810 +30% 2,696 $730   $86,374,580 23
2007/07/15 6 $1,415,925 -28% 2,696 $525   $87,790,505 24
2007/07/16 7 $674,250 -52% 2,697 $250   $88,464,755 25
2007/07/17 6 $795,615 +18% 2,697 $295   $89,260,370 26
2007/07/18 6 $904,555 +14% 2,697 $335   $90,164,925 27
2007/07/19 6 $849,200 -6% 2,697 $315   $91,014,125 28
2007/07/20 9 $836,130 -2% 1,779 $470   $91,850,255 29
2007/07/21 9 $1,005,135 +20% 1,779 $565   $92,855,390 30
2007/07/22 9 $711,625 -29% 1,779 $400   $93,567,015 31
2007/07/23 8 $401,005 -44% 1,779 $225   $93,968,020 32
2007/07/24 8 $417,410 +4% 1,779 $235   $94,385,430 33
2007/07/25 8 $400,275 -4% 1,779 $225   $94,785,705 34
2007/07/26 8 $401,025 n/c 1,779 $225   $95,186,730 35
2007/08/02 12 $176,775   1,010 $175   $97,004,725 42
2007/09/03 28 $94,850   345 $275   $99,454,855 74

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/22 1 $31,192,615   3,604 $8,655   $31,192,615 3
2007/06/29 3 $15,143,945 -51% 3,636 $4,165   $60,679,545 10
2007/07/06 5 $8,719,135 -42% 3,460 $2,520   $78,706,785 17
2007/07/13 7 $4,895,055 -44% 2,697 $1,815   $87,790,505 24
2007/07/20 9 $2,552,890 -48% 1,779 $1,435   $93,567,015 31
2007/07/27 16 $1,146,335 -55% 1,010 $1,135   $96,333,065 38
2007/08/03 23 $374,105 -67% 376 $995   $97,378,830 45
2007/08/10 22 $303,655 -19% 318 $955   $97,898,890 52
2007/08/17 22 $334,535 +10% 413 $810   $98,416,370 59
2007/08/24 26 $330,280 -1% 359 $920   $98,946,795 66
2007/08/31 30 $296,700 -10% 345 $860   $99,360,005 73
2007/09/07 30 $200,445 -32% 262 $765   $99,698,530 80
2007/09/14 31 $294,525 +47% 385 $765   $100,038,805 87
2007/09/21 43 $114,605 -61% 191 $600   $100,191,720 94
2007/09/28 47 $71,320 -38% 147 $485   $100,289,690 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/14/20071863,473 863,473$14,670,406$14,670,4061
10/21/20074320,520-63% 1,183,993$5,445,635$20,116,0412
10/28/20077186,143-42% 1,370,136$3,162,570$23,278,6113
11/4/200711101,519-45% 1,471,655$1,724,808$25,003,4184
11/11/20071497,900-4% 1,569,555$1,509,638$26,513,0565
11/18/20071969,168-29% 1,638,723$1,163,620$27,676,6766
8/14/20112818,600 2,286,510$168,455$38,279,829201

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