Frost/Nixon

Frost/Nixon
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $18,622,031Details
International Box Office $9,522,555
Worldwide Box Office $28,144,586
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $7,037,061 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $7,037,061
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
92% - Certified Fresh
Audience
88% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$29,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 5th, 2008 (Limited) by Universal
Video Release: April 21st, 2009 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for some language
Source:Based on Play
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization

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Cast

Frank Langella    Richard Nixon
Michael Sheen    David Frost
Kevin Bacon    Jack Brennan
Rebecca Hall    Caroline Cushing
Toby Jones    Swifty Lazar
Matthew MacFadyen    John Birt
Oliver Platt    Bob Zelnick
Sam Rockwell    James Reston Jr
Clint Howard    Lloyd Davis
Patty McCormack (Pat Nixon    Pat Nixon
Andy Milder    Frank Gannon
Kate Jennings Grant    Diane Sawyer
Eloy Casados    Manolo Sanchez
Gabriel Jarret    Ken Khachigan
Jim Meskimen    Ken Khachigan
Geoffrey Blake    Interview Director
Rance Howard    Ollie
Gavin Grazer    White House Director
Simon James    Frost Show Director
Jay White    Neil Diamond
Will Albert    Sammy Cahn
Keith MacKechnie    Marv Minoff
Penny Moore    Lady with Dachsund
David Ross Paterson    Birt TV Show Presenter
Jennifer Hanley    Makeup Woman
Robert Pastoriza    Interview Cameraman
Louie Mejia    Interview Cameraman
Kevin Kearns    Fan at Airport
David Kelsey    Smith House Reporter
James Ritz    Smith House Reporter
Pete Rockwell    Smith House Reporter
Ned Vaughn    Secret Serviceman
Simone Kessel    Airport Check-In Woman
Ben Pauley    Australian Stage Manage
Noah Craft    Australian Stage Director
Taylor Singer    Stewardess
Kaine Bennett Charleston    Sydney Assistant Director
Gregory H. Alpert    White House Cinematographer
Kimberly Robin    Ma Maison Girl
Michelle Manhart    Disco Girl
Steve Kehela    Premiere Reporter
Anthony H. Acker    Premiere Reporter
John Kerry    Man at Disco
Jenn Gotzon    Tricia Nixon
Googy Gress    Network Executive
Marc McClure    Network Executive
Joe Spano    Network Executive

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ron Howard
Screenwriter    Peter Morgan
Based on the stage play by    Peter Morgan
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Ron Howard
Producer    Tim Bevan
Producer    Eric Fellner
Executive Producer    Peter Morgan
Executive Producer    Matthew Byam Shaw
Executive Producer    Karen Kehela Sherwood
Executive Producer    David Bernardi
Executive Producer    Debra Hayward
Executive Producer    Liza Chasin
Executive Producer    Todd Hallowell
Cinematographer    Salvatore Totino
Production Designer    Michael Corenblith
Editor    Mike Hill
Editor    Dan Hanley
Editor    Robert Komatsu
Associate Producer    Louisa Velis
Associate Producer    Kathleen McGill
Associate Producer    William M. Connor
Costume Designer    Daniel Orlandi
Casting Director    Jane Jenkins
Casting Director    Janet Hirshenson
Music by    Hans Zimmer
Assistant Director    William M. Connor
Second Unit Director    Todd Hallowell
Unit Production Manager    Kathleen McGill
Production Supervisor    Michelle Brattson
Supervising Art Director    Brian O'Hara
Supervising Art Director    Greg Van Horn
Set Decorator    Susan Benjamin
Second Unit Camera    John Barr
Costume Supervisor    Robert Sparkman
Sound Mixer    Peter Devlin
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Jenkins
Re-recording Mixer    Frank A. Montano
Supervising Sound Editor    Chic Ciccolini
Sound Effects Editor    Daniel Pagan
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Teri E. Dorman
Dialogue Editor    David Arnold
Music Editor    Daniel Pinder
Makeup (Department Head)    Edouard Henriques
Makeup (Key)    Greg Funk
Department Head Hairstylist    Kim Santantonio
Hairstylist (Key)    Natasha Allegro
Special Make-up Effects    David Leroy Anderson
Screenplay by (Prosthetic)    Lance Anderson
Additional Music    Lorne Balfe
Additional Music (Ambient Music Design)    Mel Wesson
Music Supervisor    Kathy Nelson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/12/05 - $49,717   3 $16,572   $49,717 1
2008/12/06 - $75,740 +52% 3 $25,247   $125,457 2
2008/12/07 - $55,251 -27% 3 $18,417   $180,708 3
2008/12/08 - $17,011 -69% 3 $5,670   $197,719 4
2008/12/09 - $17,528 +3% 3 $5,843   $215,247 5
2008/12/10 - $16,476 -6% 3 $5,492   $231,723 6
2008/12/11 - $15,736 -4% 3 $5,245   $247,459 7
2008/12/12 - $166,866 +960% 39 $4,279   $414,325 8
2008/12/13 - $285,132 +71% 39 $7,311   $699,457 9
2008/12/14 - $174,379 -39% 39 $4,471   $873,836 10
2008/12/15 - $61,661 -65% 39 $1,581   $935,497 11
2008/12/16 - $62,253 +1% 39 $1,596   $997,750 12
2008/12/17 - $58,416 -6% 39 $1,498   $1,056,166 13
2008/12/18 - $57,044 -2% 39 $1,463   $1,113,210 14
2008/12/19 - $92,176 +62% 39 $2,363   $1,205,386 15
2008/12/20 - $169,531 +84% 39 $4,347   $1,374,917 16
2008/12/21 - $116,345 -31% 39 $2,983   $1,491,262 17
2008/12/22 - $66,986 -42% 39 $1,718   $1,558,248 18
2008/12/23 - $67,178 n/c 39 $1,723   $1,625,426 19
2008/12/24 - $87,719 +31% 39 $2,249   $1,713,145 20
2008/12/25 - $471,095 +437% 205 $2,298   $2,184,240 21
2008/12/26 - $473,279 n/c 205 $2,309   $2,657,519 22
2008/12/27 - $517,911 +9% 205 $2,526   $3,175,430 23
2008/12/28 - $363,996 -30% 205 $1,776   $3,539,426 24
2008/12/29 - $260,350 -28% 205 $1,270   $3,799,776 25
2008/12/30 - $255,578 -2% 205 $1,247   $4,055,354 26
2008/12/31 - $313,866 +23% 205 $1,531   $4,369,220 27
2009/01/01 - $521,472 +66% 205 $2,544   $4,890,692 28
2009/01/02 - $505,999 -3% 205 $2,468   $5,396,691 29
2009/01/03 - $553,611 +9% 205 $2,701   $5,950,302 30
2009/01/04 - $340,874 -38% 205 $1,663   $6,291,176 31
2009/01/05 - $107,625 -68% 205 $525   $6,398,801 32
2009/01/06 - $113,628 +6% 205 $554   $6,512,429 33
2009/01/07 - $119,255 +5% 205 $582   $6,631,684 34
2009/01/08 - $107,870 -10% 205 $526   $6,739,554 35
2009/01/09 - $261,237 +142% 205 $1,274   $7,000,791 36
2009/01/10 - $401,807 +54% 205 $1,960   $7,402,598 37
2009/01/11 - $228,583 -43% 205 $1,115   $7,631,181 38
2009/01/12 - $79,945 -65% 205 $390   $7,711,126 39
2009/01/13 - $85,075 +6% 205 $415   $7,796,201 40
2009/01/14 - $85,125 n/c 205 $415   $7,881,326 41
2009/01/15 - $77,835 -9% 205 $380   $7,959,161 42
2009/01/16 - $166,785 +114% 153 $1,090   $8,125,946 43
2009/01/17 - $309,075 +85% 153 $2,020   $8,435,021 44
2009/01/18 - $193,565 -37% 153 $1,265   $8,628,586 45
2009/01/19 27 $149,190 -23% 153 $975   $8,777,776 46
2009/01/20 - $43,605 -71% 153 $285   $8,821,381 47
2009/01/21 - $67,320 +54% 153 $440   $8,888,701 48
2009/01/22 - $94,860 +41% 153 $620   $8,983,561 49
2009/01/23 - $813,260 +757% 1,099 $740   $9,796,821 50
2009/01/24 16 $1,357,265 +67% 1,099 $1,235   $11,154,086 51
2009/01/25 16 $851,725 -37% 1,099 $775   $12,005,811 52
2009/01/26 14 $225,295 -74% 1,099 $205   $12,231,106 53
2009/01/27 15 $241,780 +7% 1,099 $220   $12,472,886 54
2009/01/28 16 $209,125 -14% 1,099 $190   $12,682,011 55
2009/01/29 15 $230,685 +10% 1,099 $210   $12,912,696 56
2009/01/30 - $420,050 +82% 1,105 $380   $13,332,746 57
2009/01/31 - $729,335 +74% 1,105 $660   $14,062,081 58
2009/02/01 - $254,165 -65% 1,105 $230   $14,316,246 59
2009/02/02 19 $127,075 -50% 1,105 $115   $14,443,321 60
2009/02/03 19 $137,625 +8% 1,105 $125   $14,580,946 61
2009/02/04 18 $143,405 +4% 1,105 $130   $14,724,351 62
2009/02/05 18 $154,775 +8% 1,105 $140   $14,879,126 63
2009/02/06 - $188,810 +22% 478 $395   $15,067,936 64
2009/02/07 - $365,670 +94% 478 $765   $15,433,606 65
2009/02/08 - $217,505 -41% 478 $455   $15,651,111 66
2009/02/09 - $62,025 -71% 478 $130   $15,713,136 67
2009/02/10 - $69,200 +12% 478 $145   $15,782,336 68
2009/02/11 - $64,600 -7% 478 $135   $15,846,936 69
2009/02/12 - $69,310 +7% 478 $145   $15,916,246 70
2009/02/13 - $102,575 +48% 270 $380   $16,018,821 71
2009/02/14 - $221,505 +116% 270 $820   $16,240,326 72
2009/02/15 - $191,700 -13% 270 $710   $16,432,026 73
2009/02/16 27 $129,600 -32% 270 $480   $16,561,626 74
2009/02/17 - $58,025 -55% 270 $215   $16,619,651 75
2009/02/18 - $51,225 -12% 270 $190   $16,670,876 76
2009/02/19 - $62,130 +21% 270 $230   $16,733,006 77
2009/02/20 - $142,875 +130% 381 $375   $16,875,881 78
2009/02/21 20 $388,785 +172% 381 $1,020   $17,264,666 79
2009/02/22 - $121,920 -69% 381 $320   $17,386,586 80
2009/02/23 - $36,195 -70% 381 $95   $17,422,781 81
2009/02/24 - $36,480 +1% 381 $96   $17,459,261 82
2009/02/25 - $33,800 -7% 381 $89   $17,493,061 83
2009/02/26 - $33,695 n/c 381 $88   $17,526,756 84
2009/02/27 - $89,085 +164% 330 $270   $17,615,841 85
2009/02/28 - $171,625 +93% 330 $520   $17,787,466 86
2009/03/01 - $103,950 -39% 330 $315   $17,891,416 87
2009/03/02 - $31,350 -70% 330 $95   $17,922,766 88
2009/03/03 - $34,650 +11% 330 $105   $17,957,416 89
2009/03/04 - $31,485 -9% 330 $95   $17,988,901 90
2009/03/05 - $29,695 -6% 330 $90   $18,018,596 91
2009/03/06 - $58,625 +97% 266 $220   $18,077,221 92
2009/03/07 - $109,060 +86% 266 $410   $18,186,281 93
2009/03/08 - $57,190 -48% 266 $215   $18,243,471 94
2009/03/09 - $17,285 -70% 266 $65   $18,260,756 95
2009/03/10 - $23,885 +38% 266 $90   $18,284,641 96
2009/03/11 - $21,305 -11% 266 $80   $18,305,946 97
2009/03/12 - $21,255 n/c 266 $80   $18,327,201 98
2009/03/13 - $37,265 +75% 182 $205   $18,364,466 99
2009/03/14 - $71,885 +93% 182 $395   $18,436,351 100
2009/03/15 - $39,095 -46% 182 $215   $18,475,446 101
2009/03/16 - $11,905 -70% 182 $65   $18,487,351 102
2009/03/17 - $12,815 +8% 182 $70   $18,500,166 103
2009/03/18 - $13,560 +6% 182 $75   $18,513,726 104
2009/03/19 - $17,205 +27% 182 $95   $18,530,931 105
2009/03/20 - $16,375 -5% 131 $125   $18,547,306 106
2009/03/21 - $30,130 +84% 131 $230   $18,577,436 107
2009/03/22 - $15,720 -48% 131 $120   $18,593,156 108
2009/03/23 - $5,925 -62% 131 $45   $18,599,081 109
2009/03/24 - $7,855 +33% 131 $60   $18,606,936 110
2009/03/25 - $7,195 -8% 131 $55   $18,614,131 111
2009/03/26 - $7,900 +10% 131 $60   $18,622,031 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/12/05 23 $180,708   3 $60,236   $180,708 3
2008/12/12 17 $626,377 +247% 39 $16,061   $873,836 10
2008/12/19 19 $378,052 -40% 39 $9,694   $1,491,262 17
2008/12/26 18 $1,355,186 +258% 205 $6,611   $3,539,426 24
2009/01/02 18 $1,400,484 +3% 205 $6,832   $6,291,176 31
2009/01/09 20 $891,627 -36% 205 $4,349   $7,631,181 38
2009/01/16 25 $669,425 -25% 153 $4,375   $8,628,586 45
2009/01/23 16 $3,022,250 +351% 1,099 $2,750   $12,005,811 52
2009/01/30 19 $1,403,550 -54% 1,105 $1,270   $14,316,246 59
2009/02/06 22 $771,985 -45% 478 $1,615   $15,651,111 66
2009/02/13 26 $515,780 -33% 270 $1,910   $16,432,026 73
2009/02/20 22 $653,580 +27% 381 $1,715   $17,386,586 80
2009/02/27 30 $364,660 -44% 330 $1,105   $17,891,416 87
2009/03/06 32 $224,875 -38% 266 $845   $18,243,471 94
2009/03/13 39 $148,245 -34% 182 $815   $18,475,446 101
2009/03/20 45 $62,225 -58% 131 $475   $18,593,156 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/26/200910134,686 134,686$2,549,606$2,549,6061
5/3/20092361,687-54% 196,373$1,109,749$3,659,3552
5/10/20092750,441-18% 246,814$907,434$4,566,7893

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