Four Brothers

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $74,494,381Details
International Box Office $18,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $92,494,381
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
53% - Rotten
Audience
81% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 12th, 2005 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: December 20th, 2005 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, pervasive language and some sexual content
Running Time: 109 minutes
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: di Bonaventura Pictures

Cast

   Bobby Mercer
   Angel Mercer
   Jeremiah Mercer
   Jack Mercer
Terrence Howard    Lt. Green
Josh Charles    Detective Fowler
Chiwetel Ejiofor    Victor Sweet
Sofia Vergara    Sofi
Fionnula Flanagan    Evelyn Mercer
Taraji P. Henson    Camille Mercer
Barry Shabaka Henley    Councilman Douglas
Jernard B. Burks    Evan
Kenneth Welsh    Robert Bradford
Tony Nappo    Charlie
Shawn Singleton    Victor Hoodlum
Reiya West Downs    Daniela Mercer
Riele West Downs    Amelia Mercer
Lyriq Bent    Damian
Richard Chevolleau    El Camino Guy
Awaovieyi Agie    El Camino Guy
Shomari Downer    Gangbanger
Mpho Koaho    Gang Leader
Costin Manu    Maschur
Kevin Duhaney    Keenon
Brad Borbridge    Interrogating Cop
Timothy E. Brummund    Interrogating Cop
Thomas Robert    Interrogating Cop
Benz Antoine    Police Sergeant
Dave Sparrow    Police Sergeant
Kathryn Haggis    Airline Attendant
Michael Brown    Huge Player
Victor A. Young    Father Lamont
Greg Ellwand    Insurance Man
Conrad Bergschneider    Johnny the Bartender
Eric Fink    Landlord
Pablo Silveira    Samir
Frank Spadone    Baffled Cop
Kevin Hanchard    Baffled Cop
Carlos Diaz    Baffled Cop
Dax Ravina    Young Tech
Billy Oliver    Prankster
Michelle Moffatt    Secretary
Derwin Phillips    Ref
Quincy Nanatakyi    Twelve Year Old
Evelynking Nanatakyi    Nine Year Old
Stefanie Samuels    Evan's Wife
Wes Williams    Victor's Driver
Kofi Payton    Card Playing Kid
Travis Smith    Card Playing Kid
Angel Weathered    Card Playing Kid
Kiara Taylor    Card Playing Kid
Mathew Peart    Kid Selling Chocolate
Odeen Eccleston    Gang Member
Tahliel Hawthorne    Darnell
Eric Weinstein    Yelling Man
Jeff Authors    Bitter Drunk Guy
Jennifer Doane    Casino Employee
Jay Hunter    Sofi's Angry Boyfriend
Jamal Weathers    Detective

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    David Elliot
Screenwriter    Paul Lovett
Producer    Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Executive Producer    Ric Kidney
Executive Producer    Erik Howsam
Director of Photography    Peter Menzies Jr.
Production Designer    Keith Brian Burns
Editor    Bruce Cannon
Editor    Billy Fox
Costume Designer    Ruth Carter
Music Supervisor    Paul Stewart
Composer    David Arnold
Assistant Director    Jeff Authors
Second Unit Director    Doug Coleman
Unit Production Manager    Ric Kidney
Production Manager    Lyn Lucibello-Brancatella
Art Director    Andrew Stearn
Set Decorator    Clive Thomasson
Second Unit Camera    Glen Keenan
Costume Supervisor    Linda Petty
Additional Editor    Justin Bourret
Sound Mixer    Glen Gauthier
Re-recording Mixer    John Reitz
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Re-recording Mixer    David Campbell
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Daniel Leahy
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Kevin E. Carpenter
Supervising Sound Editor    Gregory Hedgepath
Sound Effects Editor    Mark Larry
Sound Effects Editor    Larry Kemp
Sound Effects Editor    Richard Adrian
Dialogue Editor    Frank T. Smathers
Dialogue Editor    Simon Coke
Dialogue Editor    Mark Gordon
Dialogue Editor    Vic Radulich
Dialogue Editor    Michael Szakmeister
Music Editor    Dan DiPrima
Music Editor    Robbie Boyd
Additional Music    Edward Shearmur
Casting Director    Kimberly R. Hardin
Additional Casting    Wendy Weidman
Casting Director    Robin D. Cook
Stunt Coordinator    John Stoneham, Jr.

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/08/12 1 $6,980,721   2,533 $2,756   $6,980,721 1
2005/08/13 1 $7,739,435 +11% 2,533 $3,055   $14,720,156 2
2005/08/14 1 $6,456,769 -17% 2,533 $2,549   $21,176,925 3
2005/08/15 1 $2,783,679 -57% 2,533 $1,099   $23,960,604 4
2005/08/16 1 $2,493,198 -10% 2,533 $984   $26,453,802 5
2005/08/17 1 $2,128,418 -15% 2,533 $840   $28,582,220 6
2005/08/18 1 $2,048,317 -4% 2,533 $809   $30,630,537 7
2005/08/19 3 $3,667,682 +79% 2,649 $1,385   $34,298,219 8
2005/08/20 3 $4,988,576 +36% 2,649 $1,883   $39,286,795 9
2005/08/21 3 $3,831,279 -23% 2,649 $1,446   $43,118,074 10
2005/08/22 3 $1,261,419 -67% 2,649 $476   $44,379,493 11
2005/08/23 3 $1,141,868 -9% 2,649 $431   $45,521,361 12
2005/08/24 3 $1,013,627 -11% 2,649 $383   $46,534,988 13
2005/08/25 3 $971,333 -4% 2,649 $367   $47,506,321 14
2005/08/26 4 $2,193,098 +126% 2,649 $828   $49,699,419 15
2005/08/27 4 $3,337,752 +52% 2,649 $1,260   $53,037,171 16
2005/08/28 4 $2,333,344 -30% 2,649 $881   $55,370,515 17
2005/08/29 4 $752,583 -68% 2,649 $284   $56,123,098 18
2005/08/30 4 $734,701 -2% 2,649 $277   $56,857,799 19
2005/08/31 6 $601,692 -18% 2,649 $227   $57,459,491 20
2005/09/01 5 $527,176 -12% 2,649 $199   $57,986,667 21
2005/09/02 6 $1,210,405 +130% 2,435 $497   $59,197,072 22
2005/09/03 6 $1,893,014 +56% 2,435 $777   $61,090,086 23
2005/09/04 6 $1,920,692 +1% 2,435 $789   $63,010,778 24
2005/09/05 7 $1,341,977 -30% 2,435 $551   $64,352,755 25
2005/09/06 6 $358,548 -73% 2,435 $147   $64,711,303 26
2005/09/07 6 $322,911 -10% 2,435 $133   $65,034,214 27
2005/09/08 7 $291,126 -10% 2,435 $120   $65,325,340 28
2005/09/09 9 $864,058 +197% 2,093 $413   $66,189,398 29
2005/09/10 9 $1,321,496 +53% 2,093 $631   $67,510,894 30
2005/09/11 9 $760,449 -42% 2,093 $363   $68,271,343 31
2005/09/12 9 $212,220 -72% 2,093 $101   $68,483,563 32
2005/09/13 9 $238,981 +13% 2,093 $114   $68,722,544 33
2005/09/14 10 $231,617 -3% 2,093 $111   $68,954,161 34
2005/09/15 10 $233,264 +1% 2,093 $111   $69,187,425 35
2005/10/10 34 $22,537   154 $146   $73,639,757 60

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/08/12 1 $21,176,925   2,533 $8,360   $21,176,925 3
2005/08/19 3 $12,487,537 -41% 2,649 $4,714   $43,118,074 10
2005/08/26 4 $7,864,194 -37% 2,649 $2,969   $55,370,515 17
2005/09/02 6 $5,024,111 -36% 2,435 $2,063   $63,010,778 24
2005/09/09 9 $2,946,003 -41% 2,093 $1,408   $68,271,343 31
2005/09/16 14 $1,877,892 -36% 1,509 $1,244   $71,065,317 38
2005/09/23 15 $882,659 -53% 814 $1,084   $72,526,233 45
2005/09/30 20 $466,057 -47% 455 $1,024   $73,310,603 52
2005/10/07 33 $146,207 -69% 154 $949   $73,617,220 59
2005/10/14 41 $100,967 -31% 101 $1,000   $73,785,970 66
2005/10/21 38 $179,414 +78% 215 $834   $74,005,596 73
2005/10/28 43 $101,656 -43% 166 $612   $74,165,392 80
2005/11/04 44 $93,762 -8% 136 $689   $74,307,313 87
2005/11/11 47 $71,343 -24% 105 $679   $74,414,092 94
2005/11/18 46 $47,397 -34% 83 $571   $74,484,168 101

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