Fast Five

Fast Five poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $209,837,675Details
International Box Office $420,017,936
Worldwide Box Office $629,855,611
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $38,595,694 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $29,728,662 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $68,324,356
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Since Brian and Mia Toretto broke Dom out of custody, they've blown across many borders to elude authorities. Now backed into a corner in Rio de Janeiro, they must pull one last job in order to gain their freedom. As they assemble their elite team of top racers, the unlikely allies know their only shot of getting out for good means confronting the corrupt businessman who wants them dead. But he's not the only one on their tail. Hard-nosed federal agent Luke Hobbs never misses his target. When he is assigned to track down Dom and Brian, he and his strike team launch an all-out assault to capture them. But as his men tear through Brazil, Hobbs learns he can't separate the good guys from the bad. Now, he must rely on his instincts to corner his prey... before someone else runs them down first.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
77% - Certified Fresh
Audience
82% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 29th, 2011 (Wide) by Universal
April 29th, 2011 (IMAX) by Universal
Video Release: October 4th, 2011 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, sexual content and language.
(Rating bulletin 2166, 4/6/2011)
Franchise: Fast and the Furious
Keywords: Ensemble, One Last Job, Epilogue, Corrupt Cops, Organized Crime, Foreign Language, Rescue, Revenge, Fugitive / On the Run, Prequel, Gangs, Car Chase, Street Racing, IMAX: DMR, Monte Carlo
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Original Film, One Race Films

DVD Sales: Ray of Sunshine for Dark Skies

New releases were really weak with only one reaching the top ten on the DVD sales chart. That film was Dark Skies, which opened in first place with 136,000 units / $2.04 million. This is actually a little better than expected, given its box office numbers. More...

2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Part I

This weekend is Thanksgiving and as always that means Black Friday and Cyber Monday plus 48 hours of shopping in-between. And as always, I've already done my Christmas shopping, for the most part. (I'm still waiting to see if the B.C.Lions win the Grey Cup. If not, I'll need to look for an alternative gift.) For everyone else who is still searching, we present the first part in our annual Holiday Gift Guide. As usual, the gift guide is divided into several sections, starting with Major Movie Releases. These are first run releases, franchise box sets, etc. However, before we get into the individual titles, we will start with an update on... More...

DVD Sales: Just Plain Bad

The top of the DVD sales chart was the weakest it's been since August, as Bad Teacher was the number one selling DVD with just 265,000 units sold and $4.71 million in opening week revenue. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Green Lantern can't Dethrone Lion King

Despite the presence of four new releases in the top ten on the Blu-ray sales chart, none were able to overtake The Lion King for top spot. It sold an additional 496,000 units generating $12.39 million for totals of 2.03 million units / $57.86 million after two weeks of release. More...

DVD Sales: The Top of the Chart Looks Quite Horrible

The top of the DVD sales chart was the weakest its been in more than a month and no new release was able to top 500,000 units sold. Horrible Bosses came the closest with 451,000 units / $6.89 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: King Begins Reign of the Century

A pair of powerful new releases helped push the Blu-ray sales chart to record levels. The Lion King led the way with 1.57 million units sold, earning $46.46 million. If you add in The Trilogy Box Set, which sold 44,000 units / $3.33 million, the film earned nearly $50 million in opening week sales. I wasn't expecting it to sell this well. More...

DVD Sales: Fast Five Takes Checkered Flag

The list of new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart was short with only two such DVDs. This does include a new number one film, Fast Five, which sold 851,000 units while generating $13.92 million during its first week of release. More...

International Box Office: Snakes Swallow Smurfs

The Smurfs were finally knocked off the top spot on the international chart, falling prey to The Sorcerer And The White Snake. This Chinese film opened in a trio of markets earning $15.88 million, but no other details were released. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 4th, 2011

It's a maddening week on the home market. There were more than a dozen featured reviews this week, and what seems like an equal number that are late. (And that's not mentioning the more than a dozen Blu-rays and DVDs that arrived late last week that I still haven't gotten to. At least I don't have to worry about not having enough to do for the next few weeks.) There were a number of contenders for Pick of the Week, including The Walking Dead: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray. But in the end I choose The Lion King Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Fast Five

I don't have high expectations for Fast Five. It did help start the summer blockbuster season a week early this year and ended with $200 million domestically and $600 million worldwide, but I don't expect the plot, the acting, the dialog to be selling points. All I expect is a fun popcorn flick. However, I recently reviewed Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and with that film I was also only expecting a fun popcorn flick, but I was disappointed. Will Fast Five be a more satisfying romp? Or will it too fall for the trap of caring more about the humans than the machines? More...

International Box Office: Stranger Tides Sweeps Away More Records

I think it is not unfair to call Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides a disappointment domestically, as it seems very likely that it won't match its hefty production budget, while it is practically guaranteed it will be the weakest installment in the franchise. On the other hand, the film is breaking records internationally. This weekend it tied the record for the fastest film to reach $600 million internationally, which was previously set by Avatar at just 19 days. It also became the fastest to reach $700 million worldwide at 16 days. This weekend its haul was down to $70.78 million on 15,962 screens in 69 markets for a total of $601.58 million internationally and $791.78 million worldwide, but that was enough to earn first place for the third weekend in a row. The film's biggest market of the weekend was Japan where it made $8.63 million on 802 screens, giving it a total of $62.75 million after just three weeks of release. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: First Place for First Class, But Will It Last?

It wasn't exactly a disappointing weekend at the box office, but we did see the overall box office fall closer to the low end of expectations. With $160 million over the weekend, the box office was down 28% from the Friday-through-Sunday portion of the Memorial Day long weekend. However, it was up 24% from this weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 now has pulled in $4.23 billion, compared to $4.55 billion for last year. 2011 is still in a massive hole, but at least there's a chance we can close the gap, while reaching $10 billion in total for the year has become a lot more likely. More...

International Box Office: Two plus Two can't top Four

The fourth installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, On Stranger Tides, held off a pair of sequels on the international chart with $122.8 million on 18,000 screens in 65 markets for a total of $470.8 million internationally and $623.7 million worldwide. It tied the record for fastest film to reach $600 million worldwide, which was previously set by At World's End at 12 days. Its biggest single market of the weekend was Japan, where it was down just 8% from its opening weekend with $13.75 million on 800 screens over the weekend for a total of $44.57 million after two. It also cracked $10 million in Germany ($11.16 million on 820 screens for a total of $35.26 million) and in Russia ($10.62 million on 1716 screens over a total of 49.87 million). At this pace, it is likely that the film has already topped the final figure for Curse of the Black Pearl, while $600 million internationally and $900 million worldwide is not out of the question. More...

International Box Office: Pirates Sink Competition, Plunder Box Office

While Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides opened on the low end of expectations domestically, it broke records internationally with $222.03 million on 18,210 screens in 65 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $260.43 million. This is the largest ever international opening, and adding in its domestic debut, the film has $350.58 million worldwide. Its biggest single market was Russia, surprisingly, with $26.75 million on 1,716 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $31.42 million. That's more than At World's End earned in that market in total. The film also reportedly earned $20 million during its debut in China, but further details are not available. More...

Pirates Pillage the Box Office

We had a reason to celebrate this weekend as On Stranger Tides had the best opening of any film so far in 2011, even if it was a little weaker than expected. This helped the overall box office grow nearly 20% from last weekend to $167 million, which is 12% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010 by $3.65 billion to $4.13 billion, but the gap is down to 11.6% and the box office is moving in the right direction. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will a Strange Tide Lift the Box Office?

Not to put too fine a point on it, but so far 2011 has been a terrible year at the box office. Granted, the past month or so have been better, but if we were to extrapolate the total box office based on how we've done so far, we'd have the worst year in a decade in terms of dollars, and way longer than that in terms of tickets sold. This really should change this weekend with the release of On Stranger Tides, which should earn more than Shrek Forever After, last year's number one film, with relative ease. In fact, it might earn more than the top five combined did last year. More...

International Box Office: Fast Five Laps Competition

Fast Five remained in top spot on the international chart with $58.34 million on 8,819 screens in 61 markets for totals of $272.24 million internationally and $441.93 million worldwide. The film's only major market opening was in China, where it grabbed $9.1 million, which was easily enough for first place. It remained in first place in France ($4.97 million on 500 screens) and in Mexico ($4.77 million on 1,003) while it now has $15.17 million and $17.22 million in those two markets respectively. Its biggest market so far has been Russia, where it has earned $27.39 million after three weeks of release, including $2.53 million on 752 screens this past weekend. At this point, $600 million worldwide is becoming very likely, even with few additional markets left to open in. In fact, its next major market is Japan, but it doesn't open there till October. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Thor and Bridesmaids Spark Surprise Win

A stronger than expected hold by Thor and a better than expected debut by Bridesmaids helped 2011 earn a surprise win in the year-over-year comparison. Granted, with an overall haul of $140 million, it was 16% lower than last weekend, but it topped the same weekend last year... By less than $1 million. Hey, a win is a win and I'll take it. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010 by $500 million at $3.44 billion to $3.94 billion, but we could see that gap close next weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Thor Tops Strong Opening for Bridesmaids

A bigger-than-expected opening for Bridesmaids gave the market a welcome shot in the arm this weekend, according to studio estimates. While the comedy didn't top the weekend, it did top most predictions (although C.S. just about nailed it in his Friday column) with an estimated debut of $24.4 million, continuing an excellent run for Universal after a long stretch of under-performance. Thor remained top of the chart though, and will drop a respectable 47% according to Paramount's figures. That puts it on track for about $170 million in total, which isn't bad for the first outing in a franchise, although hardly record-breaking. More...

Weekend Predictions: Lightning Likely to Strike Twice

With no blockbuster releases this weekend, Thor seems set to repeat at the box office champion. This will likely result in a pretty big decline from last weekend's total box office, and there's almost no chance the box office will keep pace with last year. Hopefully next weekend things will turn around.

Thor has to deal with direct competition and the Fanboy Effect this weekend. On the positive side, it also has strong reviews and neither of the new films are expected to be monster hits. The combination of factors makes a 50% drop-off likely, while a fall as much as 60% would not be a large surprise. More...

International Box Office: Fast Five Takes Pole Position

Fast Five expanded worldwide and stormed into first place with $85.77 million on 7,363 screens in 58 markets for a total of $184.54 million internationally and $324.32 million worldwide. This is the biggest international weekend for an Universal film ever, just edging out King Kong's debut. It opened in 44 markets, finishing in first place in all of them. Highlights include France with $9.13 million on 500 screens, Mexico with $6.99 million on 1,743, Brazil with $4.85 million on 517, and Italy with $4.78 million on 533 screens over the weekend and $7.04 million in total. Meanwhile, the film held onto first place in Russia with $5.15 million on 1,100 screens over the weekend for a massive total of $22.64 million after two and it also repeated on top in Germany with $4.61 million on 645 screens over the weekend for a total of $16.72 million, also after two. Finally, the film completed the hattrick in Australia, leading the way for the third weekend in a row, with $1.97 million on 349 screens over the weekend lifting its total to $23.11 million. Fast Five doesn't have many more markets left to open in, but it is already an overwhelming success, so the studio should be ecstatic, so much so that extending the franchise is practically guaranteed at this point. More...

Per Theater Chart: Thor's Lonely on Top

Thor was the only film to top the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart with an average of $16,618 in just under 4,000 theaters. Fast Five did come reasonably close to that mark with an average of $8,860, while the best limited release was Cave of Forgotten Dreams with $8,059. More...

Thor Thunders to the Top

There were reasons to celebrate the opening weekend of summer, even if it didn't get off to the best opening in recent memory. Thor took top spot, but its opening weekend was the weakest for the start of summer since Mission: Impossible: III kicked things off in 2006. The overall box office was up 5% from last weekend to $167 million, but that was 7% lower than the same weekend last year. However, this time last year the biggest film was Iron Man 2, which had the biggest opening of the year, so falling being by just 7% is not a bad result. Year-to-date, 2011 is behind 2010 by 13% at $3.25 billion to $3.75 billion, but hopefully in a couple of weeks we can start seeing that gap close. More...

Weekend Preview: Hammer Time!

Box office watchers are looking at the second potential monster hit opening in as many weeks and many are hoping Thor can maintain the pace set last weekend by Fast Five. It's unlikely Thor will open with as much as Fast Five did, but perhaps the two films as a one-two punch can help 2011 keep pace with last year. More...

International Box Office: Thor Nears Century Mark in Opening

Thor began its international run in earnest this weekend and it screamed into first place with $89.16 million on 8,401 screens in 54 markets for a total of $98.92 million. It scored a first place $8.99 million opening on 500 screens in the U.K., which was its biggest opening. However, it was arguably better in Mexico with $7.06 million on 1664 screens, as that market is smaller. It also opened in first place in France with $7.05 million on 608 screens and in Brazil with $5.34 million on 557 screens. It opened a few days early in South Korea and in Italy, but still earned first place in both with total openings of $5.93 million on 555 screens and $5.46 million on 581 screens respectively. More...

Cave has Memorable Start on the Per Theater Chart

Cave of Forgotten Dreams had the best per theater average for any Werner Herzog film with an average of $27,820. The 3-D ticket prices helped, but so did the reviews. The overall number one film, Fast Five, was in second place on the per theater chart with an average of $23,655, which is a stunning result. The only other film to reach the $10,000 mark was 13 Assassins with an average of $11,464 in four theaters. More...

IMAX: Fast Five Revs Up on IMAX

The overall weakness at the box office has hurt IMAX films substantially as the first quarter revenue was $45.2 million, compared to $72.8 million from the same period last year. However, Fast Five showed that when there is a reason to go, people are still interested in IMAX. The film earned $8.3 million on just 243 IMAX screens, giving the film an opening per screen average of $34,000. And with Thor opening this Friday, IMAX theaters should be buzzing again this weekend. More...

Contest: Cinq Rapide: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Cinq Rapide contest were determined and they are... More...

Fast Five Laps Competition

There's finally reason to celebrate at the box office as Fast Five surpassed even the high end expectations and helped the overall box office numbers to their best levels of the year at $159 million. This was up 17% from last weekend and was a stunning 56% improvement over the same weekend last year. Granted, 2011 still lags behind 2010 by $500 million at $3.04 billion to $3.54 billion, but this is great news in the short term, and perhaps its a sign of strength to come. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fast Five Has Biggest 2011 Opening By Miles

After four months fretting about poor box office performance, we finally have an out-and-out success to celebrate. Fast Five has opened with an estimated $83.6 million, according to Universal's figures released on Sunday, which makes it not only the biggest opener of the year (with more than double the debut of the previous record-holder, Rio), but will take the record for the biggest weekend in April, topping the previous entry in the franchise, Fast & Furious (see top April weekends). Perhaps the message in all this is not so much that the industry is dying as that moviegoers haven't had anything to get excited about. More...

Weekend Predictions: Going for the Hat Trick

Analysts are optimistic this week, and for good reason. Not only is one of the most anticipated films of the spring opening this week, it is opening with better than expected reviews and with buzz that is growing at the right time. There's an outside chance that the number one film this year will earn more than the top ten films earned this weekend last year. Even if the top film misses expectations by a 50% margin, 2011 should still earn its third victory in a row in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Rio Dominates While Reaching A New Milestone

Rio is the first film of 2011 to top $200 million on the international chart, reaching that milestone late in the weekend. It earned $44.27 million on 12,901 screens in 67 markets for a three-week total of $206.01 million internationally and $286.82 million worldwide. The film didn't open in any major markets this past weekend, but that clearly didn't hurt too badly, as the holds were excellent. For instance, the film was down just 10% in Brazil, earning $6.65 million on 971 screens for a total of $31.19 million. To put this into perspective, Avatar made less than $60 million in that market in total, and only had just over $20 million after three weeks of release. At this pace, $300 million internationally and $400 million worldwide is easily within reach. More...

Contest: Cinq Rapide

There are three or four wide releases coming out next weekend, but only one of them, Fast Five, has any real shot at top spot and it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Fast Five. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of The Backyardigans: Join The Adventures' Club on DVD. 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 copy of The Backyardigans: Robot Repairman on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2011 Preview: April

Another month has gone by and 2011 has slipped further behind 2010's pace. March was a bit of an improvement over the first two months, but only in the most generous of terms. It still lost ground to 2010, but not at the same disastrous pace as January and February did. There is some good news, as last April was rather weak and there's a chance 2011 could actually gain ground. After all, only Clash of the Titans earned $100 million last year (although Date Night came awfully close). This year, there are three or four films that could hit the century mark. That would be welcome news indeed. On a side note, April is usually a bit of a dumping ground as studios fear going head-to-head with summer blockbusters opening in May. However, I get the feeling that this year they are hoping to extend summer by having it open a couple of weeks early. Maybe they'll succeed. More...

IMAX Was Seeing Double

IMAX released their 2010 numbers and they had a lot of reasons to celebrate, more than 500 million of them. Total worldwide revenues doubled from their previous record of $270 million in 2009 to $546 million in 2010. This is partially due to increased market penetration, especially internationally (international revenue tripled from $70 million to $212 million) but their per theater revenue also grew by an impressive 50%. Revenue for the fourth quarter was also up compared to last year, but by a tiny margin at $102 to $101 million. However, this should be considered a solid result, as last year was boosted by Avatar, and there was nothing that came close to matching its box office this year. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/04/29 1 $34,399,360   3,644 $9,440   $34,399,360 1
2011/04/30 1 $29,935,460 -13% 3,644 $8,215   $64,334,820 2
2011/05/01 1 $21,863,945 -27% 3,644 $6,000   $86,198,765 3
2011/05/02 1 $6,231,240 -71% 3,644 $1,710   $92,430,005 4
2011/05/03 1 $6,158,360 -1% 3,644 $1,690   $98,588,365 5
2011/05/04 1 $4,627,880 -25% 3,644 $1,270   $103,216,245 6
2011/05/05 1 $4,117,720 -11% 3,644 $1,130   $107,333,965 7
2011/05/06 2 $10,638,110 +158% 3,662 $2,905   $117,972,075 8
2011/05/07 2 $12,780,380 +20% 3,662 $3,490   $130,752,455 9
2011/05/08 2 $9,026,830 -29% 3,662 $2,465   $139,779,285 10
2011/05/09 2 $2,526,785 -72% 3,662 $690   $142,306,070 11
2011/05/10 2 $2,691,570 +7% 3,662 $735   $144,997,640 12
2011/05/11 2 $2,141,225 -20% 3,662 $585   $147,138,865 13
2011/05/12 2 $2,107,335 -2% 3,662 $575   $149,246,200 14
2011/05/13 3 $5,917,080 +181% 3,793 $1,560   $155,163,280 15
2011/05/14 3 $8,932,515 +51% 3,793 $2,355   $164,095,795 16
2011/05/15 3 $5,594,675 -37% 3,791 $1,476   $169,690,470 17
2011/05/16 3 $1,593,060 -72% 3,791 $420   $171,283,530 18
2011/05/17 3 $1,725,815 +8% 3,791 $455   $173,009,345 19
2011/05/18 3 $1,308,585 -24% 3,791 $345   $174,317,930 20
2011/05/19 3 $1,270,655 -3% 3,791 $335   $175,588,585 21
2011/05/20 4 $3,151,140 +148% 3,622 $870   $178,739,725 22
2011/05/21 4 $4,473,170 +42% 3,622 $1,235   $183,212,895 23
2011/05/22 4 $2,952,555 -34% 3,622 $815   $186,165,450 24
2011/05/23 4 $1,049,425 -64% 3,622 $290   $187,214,875 25
2011/05/24 4 $850,880 -19% 3,622 $235   $188,065,755 26
2011/05/25 4 $723,425 -15% 3,622 $200   $188,789,180 27
2011/05/26 6 $619,920 -14% 3,024 $205   $189,409,100 28
2011/05/27 6 $1,803,505 +191% 2,981 $605   $191,212,605 29
2011/05/28 6 $2,444,420 +36% 2,981 $820   $193,657,025 30
2011/05/29 6 $2,161,225 -12% 2,981 $725   $195,818,250 31
2011/05/30 6 $1,490,500 -31% 2,981 $500   $197,308,750 32
2011/05/31 6 $551,485 -63% 2,981 $185   $197,860,235 33
2011/06/01 6 $462,055 -16% 2,981 $155   $198,322,290 34
2011/06/02 6 $492,020 +6% 2,981 $165   $198,814,310 35
2011/06/03 7 $973,095 +98% 2,237 $435   $199,787,405 36
2011/06/04 7 $1,375,755 +41% 2,237 $615   $201,163,160 37
2011/06/05 8 $816,505 -41% 2,237 $365   $201,979,665 38
2011/06/06 7 $346,735 -58% 2,237 $155   $202,326,400 39
2011/06/07 7 $347,005 n/c 2,237 $155   $202,673,405 40
2011/06/08 7 $335,550 -3% 2,237 $150   $203,008,955 41
2011/06/09 8 $357,920 +7% 2,237 $160   $203,366,875 42
2011/06/10 10 $524,445 +47% 1,329 $395   $203,891,320 43
2011/06/11 10 $751,025 +43% 1,329 $565   $204,642,345 44
2011/06/12 10 $451,860 -40% 1,329 $340   $205,094,205 45
2011/06/13 10 $212,640 -53% 1,329 $160   $205,306,845 46
2011/06/14 11 $219,285 +3% 1,329 $165   $205,526,130 47
2011/06/15 10 $205,950 -6% 1,329 $155   $205,732,080 48
2011/06/16 10 $212,640 +3% 1,329 $160   $205,944,720 49
2011/06/17 14 $252,195 +19% 729 $346   $206,196,915 50
2011/06/18 13 $339,050 +34% 729 $465   $206,535,965 51
2011/06/19 13 $280,915 -17% 729 $385   $206,816,880 52
2011/06/20 14 $105,705 -62% 729 $145   $206,922,585 53
2011/06/21 15 $106,060 n/c 729 $145   $207,028,645 54
2011/06/22 14 $105,880 n/c 729 $145   $207,134,525 55
2011/06/23 14 $109,350 +3% 729 $150   $207,243,875 56
2011/06/24 - $160,285 +47% 458 $350   $207,404,160 57
2011/06/25 - $203,780 +27% 458 $445   $207,607,940 58
2011/06/26 - $144,270 -29% 458 $315   $207,752,210 59
2011/06/27 16 $64,120 -56% 458 $140   $207,816,330 60
2011/06/28 19 $64,220 n/c 458 $140   $207,880,550 61
2011/06/29 - $44,590 -31% 343 $130   $207,925,140 62
2011/06/30 - $46,305 +4% 343 $135   $207,971,445 63
2011/07/01 - $98,150 +112% 302 $325   $208,069,595 64
2011/07/02 - $122,310 +25% 302 $405   $208,191,905 65
2011/07/03 - $111,755 -9% 302 $370   $208,303,660 66
2011/07/04 21 $58,890 -47% 302 $195   $208,362,550 67
2011/07/05 - $52,850 -10% 302 $175   $208,415,400 68
2011/07/06 - $52,905 n/c 302 $175   $208,468,305 69
2011/07/07 - $52,895 n/c 302 $175   $208,521,200 70
2011/07/08 - $78,325 +48% 302 $259   $208,599,525 71
2011/07/09 - $102,425 +31% 302 $339   $208,701,950 72
2011/07/10 - $80,735 -21% 302 $267   $208,782,685 73
2011/07/11 - $37,355 -54% 302 $124   $208,820,040 74
2011/07/12 - $40,970 +10% 302 $136   $208,861,010 75
2011/07/13 - $34,945 -15% 302 $116   $208,895,955 76
2011/07/14 - $32,535 -7% 302 $108   $208,928,490 77
2011/07/15 - $62,555 +92% 212 $295   $208,991,045 78
2011/07/16 - $85,860 +37% 212 $405   $209,076,905 79
2011/07/17 - $65,730 -23% 212 $310   $209,142,635 80
2011/07/18 - $30,740 -53% 212 $145   $209,173,375 81
2011/07/19 - $36,040 +17% 212 $170   $209,209,415 82
2011/07/20 - $32,860 -9% 212 $155   $209,242,275 83
2011/07/21 - $33,850 +3% 212 $160   $209,276,125 84
2011/07/22 - $47,850 +41% 174 $275   $209,323,975 85
2011/07/23 - $67,860 +42% 174 $390   $209,391,835 86
2011/07/24 - $53,940 -21% 174 $310   $209,445,775 87
2011/07/25 - $24,360 -55% 174 $140   $209,470,135 88
2011/07/26 - $27,840 +14% 174 $160   $209,497,975 89
2011/07/27 - $26,095 -6% 174 $150   $209,524,070 90
2011/07/28 - $26,055 n/c 174 $150   $209,550,125 91
2011/07/29 - $39,985 +53% 125 $320   $209,590,110 92
2011/07/30 - $54,375 +36% 125 $435   $209,644,485 93
2011/07/31 - $43,750 -20% 125 $350   $209,688,235 94
2011/08/01 - $14,375 -67% 125 $115   $209,702,610 95
2011/08/02 - $14,965 +4% 125 $120   $209,717,575 96
2011/08/03 - $13,750 -8% 125 $110   $209,731,325 97
2011/08/04 - $15,625 +14% 125 $125   $209,746,950 98
2011/08/05 - $16,340 +5% 86 $190   $209,763,290 99
2011/08/06 - $23,650 +45% 86 $275   $209,786,940 100
2011/08/07 - $18,065 -24% 86 $210   $209,805,005 101
2011/08/08 - $8,170 -55% 86 $95   $209,813,175 102
2011/08/09 - $8,560 +5% 86 $100   $209,821,735 103
2011/08/10 - $8,200 -4% 86 $95   $209,829,935 104
2011/08/11 - $7,740 -6% 86 $90   $209,837,675 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/04/29 1 $86,198,765   3,644 $23,655   $86,198,765 3
2011/05/06 2 $32,445,320 -62% 3,662 $8,860   $139,779,285 10
2011/05/13 3 $20,444,270 -37% 3,793 $5,390   $169,690,470 17
2011/05/20 4 $10,576,865 -48% 3,622 $2,920   $186,165,450 24
2011/05/27 6 $6,409,150 -39% 2,981 $2,150   $195,818,250 31
2011/06/03 7 $3,165,355 -51% 2,237 $1,415   $201,979,665 38
2011/06/10 10 $1,727,330 -45% 1,329 $1,300   $205,094,205 45
2011/06/17 13 $872,160 -50% 729 $1,196   $206,816,880 52
2011/06/24 16 $508,335 -42% 458 $1,110   $207,752,210 59
2011/07/01 21 $332,215 -35% 302 $1,100   $208,303,660 66
2011/07/08 25 $261,485 -21% 241 $1,085   $208,782,685 73
2011/07/15 27 $214,145 -18% 212 $1,010   $209,142,635 80
2011/07/22 31 $169,650 -21% 174 $975   $209,445,775 87
2011/07/29 33 $138,110 -19% 125 $1,105   $209,688,235 94
2011/08/05 46 $58,055 -58% 86 $675   $209,805,005 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/9/20111831,414 831,414$13,593,619$13,593,6191
10/16/20113272,664-67% 1,104,078$4,632,561$18,226,1802
10/23/20115131,550-52% 1,235,628$2,048,234$20,274,4143
10/30/2011777,692-41% 1,313,320$1,331,641$21,606,0554
11/6/20111351,255-34% 1,364,575$896,450$22,502,5055
11/13/20112348,457-5% 1,413,032$823,284$23,325,7896
11/20/20112066,263+37% 1,479,295$1,125,808$24,451,5977
11/27/201111370,545+459% 1,849,840$3,357,138$27,808,7358
12/4/20112273,998-80% 1,923,838$987,873$28,796,6089
12/11/20113045,156-39% 1,968,994$502,586$29,299,19510
6/2/20132052,709 2,299,469$605,626$33,775,99187
12/15/20132233,021 2,397,334$388,987$34,892,431115

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/9/20112740,491 740,491$15,180,062$15,180,0621
10/16/20114206,130-72% 946,621$4,644,101$19,824,1632
10/23/2011665,118-68% 1,011,739$1,327,109$21,151,2723
10/30/2011735,378-46% 1,047,117$760,281$21,911,5534
11/6/2011829,734-16% 1,076,851$717,474$22,629,0275
11/13/20111715,211-49% 1,092,062$357,314$22,986,3416
11/20/20111214,652-4% 1,106,714$237,212$23,223,5537
11/27/20116116,534+695% 1,223,248$1,779,471$25,003,0248
12/4/20111631,606-73% 1,254,854$589,766$25,592,7909
1/1/20121727,191 1,301,127$411,130$26,292,44013
1/8/20122015,429-43% 1,316,556$308,581$26,601,02114
5/26/20131316,602 1,375,835$257,664$27,521,00186
6/2/20131031,329+89% 1,407,164$406,964$27,927,96587
6/9/20131410,944-65% 1,418,108$217,338$28,145,30388
12/15/20131658,000 1,503,003$997,024$29,604,643115

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Cast

Vin Diesel    Dominic Toretto
Paul Walker    Brian O'Conner
Dwayne Johnson    Hobbs
Jordana Brewster    Mia
Tyrese Gibson    Roman
Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges    Tej
Matt Schulze    Vince
Sung Kang    Han
Gal Gadot    Gisele
Tego Calderon    Leo
Don Omar    Santos
Joaquim de Almeida    Reyes
Elsa Pataky    Elena
Michael Irby    Zizi
Fernando F. Chien    Wilkes
Alimi Ballard    Fusco
Yorgo Constantine    Chato
Geoff Meed    Macroy
Joseph Melendez    Chief of Police Alemeida
Jeirmarie Osorio    Rosa
Mark Hicks    Capa
Esteban Cueto    Berto
Corey Eubanks    Lanzo
Luis Dasilva, Jr.    Diogo
Luis Gonzaga    Cash House Door Guard
Carlos Sanchez    Evidence Technician
Ben Blankenship    Lead DEA Agent
Pedro Garcia    Conductor
Arturo Gaskins    Croupier
Jay Jackson    Field Reporters
Arlene Santana    Field Reporter
Kent Shocknek    News Anchor
Sharon Tay    News Anchor
Andy Rosa Adler    News Anchor

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Justin Lin
Screenwriter    Chris Morgan
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Producer    Vin Diesel
Producer    Michael Fottrell
Character Creator    Gary Scott Thompson
Executive Producer    Amanda Lewis
Director of Photography    Stephen F. Windon
Production Designer    Peter Wenham
Editor    Christian Wagner
Editor    Kelly Matsumoto
Editor    Fred Raskin
Costume Designer    Sanja Milkovic Hays
Casting Director    Debra Zane
Composer    Brian Tyler
Line Producer    Fernando Serzedelo
Assistant Director    Vincent Lascoumes
Assistant Director    Malu Miranda
Second Unit Director    Spiro Razatos
Second Unit Director    Alexander Witt
Unit Production Manager    Michael Fottrell
Production Manager    Fernando Zagallo
Production Supervisor    Thomas Hayslip
Supervising Art Director    Thomas Valentine
Art Director    Andrew Neskorommy
Art Director    Beat Frutiger
Set Decorator    Robert Kensinger
Set Decorator    Monica Costa
Second Unit Camera    Igor Meglic
Visual Effects Supervisor    Michael J. Wassel
Special Effects Coordinator    R. Bruce Steinheimer
Costume Supervisor    Nick Scarano
Costume Supervisor    Gladyris Silva
Sound Mixer    Whit Norris
Sound Mixer    Jorge Saldanha
Re-recording Mixer    Jon Taylor
Re-recording Mixer    Frank A. Montano
Supervising Sound Editor    Peter Brown
Sound Effects Editor    Tim Walston
Sound Effects Editor    Charles Maynes
Sound Designer    Peter Brown
Sound Designer    Glynna Grimala
Sound Designer    Ann Scibelli
Sound Designer    Stephen Robinson
Sound Designer    Peter Staubli
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Anna Mackenzie
Dialogue Editor    Laura Harris Atkinson
Music Editor    Sheri Ozeki
Music Editor    Joe Lisanti
Make up    John Blake
Make up    James Mackinnon
Hairstylist    Joani Yarbrough
Hairstylist    Jo Jo Stephens
Stunt Coordinator    Mike Gunther
Stunt Coordinator    Troy Robinson
Stunt Coordinator    Spiro Razatos

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