The Fighter

The Fighter poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $93,617,009Details
International Box Office $35,645,379
Worldwide Box Office $129,262,388
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,156,565 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $8,513,268 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $34,669,833
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Dicky Eklund is a former boxing hero who squandered his talents and threw away his shot at greatness. Micky Ward, his half-brother, is a struggling journeyman boxer who spent his life living in his big brother's shadow. The Fighter is the story of two brothers who come together to train for a historic title bout that will unite their fractured family and redeem their past.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
89% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$11,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 10th, 2010 (Limited) by Paramount Pictures
December 17th, 2010 (Expands Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: March 15th, 2011 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for language throughout, drug content, some violence and sexuality.
(Rating bulletin 2146, 11/10/2010)
Keywords: Addiction, Dysfunctional Family, Comeback, Boxing
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Closest to the Hole, Mandeville Films, Relativity Media

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DVD Sales: The Fighter Knocks Out the Competition

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 15th, 2011

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Awards Season: SAG Selects Speech as King

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Awards Season: Oscars Offer a Truly Regal Performance

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Awards Season: No Dark Horses for DGA

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Will Holdovers Bewitch the Box Office?

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Awards Season: PGA Doesn't Toy With Expectations

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New Year Brings Little to Celebrate

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Christmas Gifts Include a Major Milestone plus a Lump of Coal or Two

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Cast

Mark Wahlberg    Mickey Ward
Christian Bale    Dickie Eklund
Amy Adams    Charlene Fleming
Melissa Leo    Alice Ward

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    David Hoberman
Producer    Todd Lieberman
Producer    Ryan Kavanaugh
Producer    Mark Wahlberg
Producer    Paul Aufiero
Producer    Paul Tamasy
Executive Producer    Tucker Tooley
Executive Producer    Darren Aronofsky
Executive Producer    Leslie Varrelman
Executive Producer    Keith Dorrington
Executive Producer    Eric Johnson
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein
Co-Producer    Jeff Waxman
Co-Producer    Kenneth Halsband
Director    David O. Russell
Screenwriter    Scott Silvery
Screenwriter    Paul Tamasy
Screenwriter    Eric Johnson
Story Creator    Keith Dorrington
Story Creator    Paul Tamasy
Story Creator    Eric Johnson
Cinematographer    Hoyte Van Hoytema
Editor    Pamela Martin
Composer    Michael Brook
Music Supervisor    Happy Walters
Music Supervisor    Season Kent
Production Designer    Judy Becker
Art Director    Laura Ballinger Gardner
Set Decorator    Gene Serdena
Sound Designer    Anton Gold
Supervising Sound Editor    Odin Benitez
Re-recording Mixer    John Ross
Re-recording Mixer    Myron Nettinga
Special Effects Coordinator    Steve Ricci
Visual Effects Supervisor    Tim Carras
Stunt Coordinator    Ray Siegle
Stunt Coordinator    Ben Bray
Associate Producer    Louis DiBella
Assistant Director    Michele Ziegler
Casting Director    Sheila Jaffe
Dialogue Editor    Victoria Sampson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/10 19 $98,521   4 $24,630   $98,521 1
2010/12/11 20 $121,451 +23% 4 $30,363   $219,972 2
2010/12/12 19 $80,038 -34% 4 $20,010   $300,010 3
2010/12/13 20 $30,276 -62% 4 $7,569   $330,286 4
2010/12/14 20 $37,902 +25% 4 $9,476   $368,188 5
2010/12/15 - $33,956 -10% 4 $8,489   $402,144 6
2010/12/16 - $31,791 -6% 4 $7,948   $433,935 7
2010/12/17 3 $3,941,211 +12,297% 2,503 $1,575   $4,375,146 8
2010/12/18 4 $4,891,664 +24% 2,503 $1,954   $9,266,810 9
2010/12/19 4 $3,302,593 -32% 2,503 $1,319   $12,569,403 10
2010/12/20 5 $1,619,806 -51% 2,503 $647   $14,189,209 11
2010/12/21 5 $1,903,048 +17% 2,503 $760   $16,092,257 12
2010/12/22 8 $1,396,450 -27% 2,503 $558   $17,488,707 13
2010/12/23 8 $1,590,891 +14% 2,503 $636   $19,079,598 14
2010/12/24 7 $1,269,916 -20% 2,511 $506   $20,349,514 15
2010/12/25 6 $3,395,913 +167% 2,511 $1,352   $23,745,427 16
2010/12/26 6 $2,914,287 -14% 2,511 $1,161   $26,659,714 17
2010/12/27 9 $2,433,385 -17% 2,511 $969   $29,093,099 18
2010/12/28 9 $2,229,167 -8% 2,511 $888   $31,322,266 19
2010/12/29 9 $2,431,012 +9% 2,511 $968   $33,753,278 20
2010/12/30 9 $2,630,509 +8% 2,511 $1,048   $36,383,787 21
2010/12/31 8 $2,658,007 +1% 2,534 $1,049   $39,041,794 22
2011/01/01 5 $4,423,221 +66% 2,534 $1,746   $43,465,015 23
2011/01/02 6 $2,923,838 -34% 2,534 $1,154   $46,388,853 24
2011/01/03 5 $1,296,556 -56% 2,534 $512   $47,685,409 25
2011/01/04 5 $1,164,444 -10% 2,534 $460   $48,849,853 26
2011/01/05 5 $992,095 -15% 2,534 $392   $49,841,948 27
2011/01/06 5 $1,002,494 +1% 2,534 $396   $50,844,442 28
2011/01/07 7 $2,153,219 +115% 2,528 $852   $52,997,661 29
2011/01/08 7 $3,052,646 +42% 2,528 $1,208   $56,050,307 30
2011/01/09 8 $1,795,639 -41% 2,528 $710   $57,845,946 31
2011/01/10 6 $595,983 -67% 2,528 $236   $58,441,929 32
2011/01/11 6 $766,816 +29% 2,528 $303   $59,208,745 33
2011/01/12 5 $712,383 -7% 2,528 $282   $59,921,128 34
2011/01/13 6 $723,536 +2% 2,528 $286   $60,644,664 35
2011/01/14 7 $1,491,724 +106% 2,414 $618   $62,136,388 36
2011/01/15 9 $2,127,022 +43% 2,414 $881   $64,263,410 37
2011/01/16 9 $1,482,394 -30% 2,414 $614   $65,745,804 38
2011/01/17 10 $1,280,957 -14% 2,414 $531   $67,026,761 39
2011/01/18 6 $544,080 -58% 2,414 $225   $67,570,841 40
2011/01/19 6 $475,189 -13% 2,414 $197   $68,046,030 41
2011/01/20 6 $470,206 -1% 2,414 $195   $68,516,236 42
2011/01/21 8 $1,226,707 +161% 2,275 $539   $69,742,943 43
2011/01/22 8 $2,182,197 +78% 2,275 $959   $71,925,140 44
2011/01/23 11 $755,600 -65% 2,275 $332   $72,680,740 45
2011/01/24 7 $320,186 -58% 2,275 $141   $73,000,926 46
2011/01/25 7 $466,718 +46% 2,275 $205   $73,467,644 47
2011/01/26 7 $400,256 -14% 2,275 $176   $73,867,900 48
2011/01/27 7 $450,024 +12% 2,275 $198   $74,317,924 49
2011/01/28 9 $1,010,840 +125% 1,914 $528   $75,328,764 50
2011/01/29 9 $1,885,765 +87% 1,914 $985   $77,214,529 51
2011/01/30 9 $1,063,675 -44% 1,914 $556   $78,278,204 52
2011/01/31 9 $300,188 -72% 1,914 $157   $78,578,392 53
2011/02/01 9 $323,196 +8% 1,914 $169   $78,901,588 54
2011/02/02 9 $332,947 +3% 1,914 $174   $79,234,535 55
2011/02/03 9 $328,030 -1% 1,914 $171   $79,562,565 56
2011/02/04 11 $886,657 +170% 1,662 $533   $80,449,222 57
2011/02/05 11 $1,564,525 +76% 1,662 $941   $82,013,747 58
2011/02/06 13 $386,991 -75% 1,662 $233   $82,400,738 59
2011/02/07 11 $238,110 -38% 1,662 $143   $82,638,848 60
2011/02/08 10 $300,098 +26% 1,662 $181   $82,938,946 61
2011/02/09 11 $254,092 -15% 1,662 $153   $83,193,038 62
2011/02/10 10 $273,506 +8% 1,662 $165   $83,466,544 63
2011/02/11 14 $540,434 +98% 1,049 $515   $84,006,978 64
2011/02/12 13 $1,047,808 +94% 1,049 $999   $85,054,786 65
2011/02/13 14 $577,238 -45% 1,049 $550   $85,632,024 66
2011/02/14 14 $285,519 -51% 1,049 $272   $85,917,543 67
2011/02/15 14 $178,318 -38% 1,049 $170   $86,095,861 68
2011/02/16 14 $157,765 -12% 1,049 $150   $86,253,626 69
2011/02/17 14 $157,872 n/c 1,049 $150   $86,411,498 70
2011/02/18 14 $324,576 +106% 759 $428   $86,736,074 71
2011/02/19 13 $692,370 +113% 759 $912   $87,428,444 72
2011/02/20 12 $550,356 -21% 759 $725   $87,978,800 73
2011/02/21 13 $343,533 -38% 759 $453   $88,322,333 74
2011/02/22 13 $150,960 -56% 759 $199   $88,473,293 75
2011/02/23 12 $152,857 +1% 759 $201   $88,626,150 76
2011/02/24 12 $167,210 +9% 759 $220   $88,793,360 77
2011/02/25 14 $402,342 +141% 668 $602   $89,195,702 78
2011/02/26 12 $833,904 +107% 668 $1,248   $90,029,606 79
2011/02/27 13 $339,857 -59% 668 $509   $90,369,463 80
2011/02/28 11 $137,808 -59% 668 $206   $90,507,271 81
2011/03/01 10 $152,200 +10% 668 $228   $90,659,471 82
2011/03/02 11 $130,431 -14% 668 $195   $90,789,902 83
2011/03/03 13 $129,247 -1% 668 $193   $90,919,149 84
2011/03/04 14 $281,961 +118% 575 $490   $91,201,110 85
2011/03/05 14 $529,525 +88% 575 $921   $91,730,635 86
2011/03/06 14 $306,911 -42% 575 $534   $92,037,546 87
2011/03/07 - $77,398 -75% 575 $135   $92,114,944 88
2011/03/08 - $80,037 +3% 575 $139   $92,194,981 89
2011/03/09 - $75,371 -6% 575 $131   $92,270,352 90
2011/03/10 - $84,853 +13% 575 $148   $92,355,205 91
2011/03/11 - $152,967 +80% 463 $330   $92,508,172 92
2011/03/12 - $275,424 +80% 453 $608   $92,783,596 93
2011/03/13 - $147,692 -46% 453 $326   $92,931,288 94
2011/03/14 - $55,527 -62% 453 $123   $92,986,815 95
2011/03/15 - $65,047 +17% 453 $144   $93,051,862 96
2011/03/16 - $53,736 -17% 453 $119   $93,105,598 97
2011/03/17 - $42,451 -21% 453 $94   $93,148,049 98
2011/03/18 - $65,080 +53% 316 $206   $93,213,129 99
2011/03/19 - $100,495 +54% 316 $318   $93,313,624 100
2011/03/20 - $53,951 -46% 316 $171   $93,367,575 101
2011/03/21 - $22,011 -59% 316 $70   $93,389,586 102
2011/03/22 - $25,136 +14% 316 $80   $93,414,722 103
2011/03/23 - $23,294 -7% 316 $74   $93,438,016 104
2011/03/24 - $23,469 +1% 316 $74   $93,461,485 105
2011/03/25 - $30,700 +31% 179 $172   $93,492,185 106
2011/03/26 - $50,883 +66% 179 $284   $93,543,068 107
2011/03/27 - $28,735 -44% 179 $161   $93,571,803 108
2011/03/28 - $11,099 -61% 179 $62   $93,582,902 109
2011/03/29 - $11,367 +2% 179 $64   $93,594,269 110
2011/03/30 - $11,575 +2% 179 $65   $93,605,844 111
2011/03/31 - $11,165 -4% 179 $62   $93,617,009 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/10 19 $300,010   4 $75,003   $300,010 3
2010/12/17 4 $12,135,468 +3,945% 2,503 $4,848   $12,569,403 10
2010/12/24 6 $7,580,116 -38% 2,511 $3,019   $26,659,714 17
2010/12/31 6 $10,005,066 +32% 2,534 $3,948   $46,388,853 24
2011/01/07 7 $7,001,504 -30% 2,528 $2,770   $57,845,946 31
2011/01/14 9 $5,101,140 -27% 2,414 $2,113   $65,745,804 38
2011/01/21 8 $4,164,504 -18% 2,275 $1,831   $72,680,740 45
2011/01/28 9 $3,960,280 -5% 1,914 $2,069   $78,278,204 52
2011/02/04 11 $2,838,173 -28% 1,662 $1,708   $82,400,738 59
2011/02/11 13 $2,165,480 -24% 1,049 $2,064   $85,632,024 66
2011/02/18 13 $1,567,302 -28% 759 $2,065   $87,978,800 73
2011/02/25 13 $1,576,103 +1% 668 $2,359   $90,369,463 80
2011/03/04 14 $1,163,695 -26% 575 $2,024   $92,037,546 87
2011/03/11 18 $576,083 -50% 463 $1,244   $92,931,288 94
2011/03/18 25 $219,526 -62% 316 $695   $93,367,575 101
2011/03/25 35 $110,318 -50% 179 $616   $93,571,803 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/20/20111766,304 766,304$11,486,897$11,486,8971
3/27/20114225,191-71% 991,495$3,440,918$14,927,8152
4/3/2011884,646-62% 1,076,141$1,353,490$16,281,3053
4/10/2011984,857n/c1,160,998$1,211,758$17,493,0634
4/17/20111934,517-59% 1,195,515$569,185$18,062,2485
4/24/20113036,604+6% 1,232,119$525,267$18,587,5166
5/1/20112828,531-22% 1,260,650$445,940$19,033,4557
5/8/20112628,372-1% 1,289,022$471,826$19,505,2828
6/19/20112131,214 1,364,428$492,557$20,733,60414

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/20/20111207,659 207,659$4,697,247$4,697,2471
3/27/2011432,896-84% 240,555$696,411$5,393,6582
4/3/2011922,710-31% 263,265$507,788$5,901,4463
4/10/2011835,316+56% 298,581$645,585$6,547,0314
4/24/20111914,682 323,774$286,892$7,023,0236
6/19/2011730,729 365,755$470,458$7,665,74514

The Fighter HD Trailer

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