Get Smart

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $130,319,208Details
International Box Office $98,423,705
Worldwide Box Office $228,742,913
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $35,711,224 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $35,711,224
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
51% - Rotten
Audience
67% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 20th, 2008 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: November 4th, 2008 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some rude humor, action violence and language
Keywords: Undercover, Secret Agent, Spoof
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Village Roadshow Productions, Mosaic Media, Mad Chance, Callahan Filmworks

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Cast

Steve Carell    Maxwell Smart
Anne Hathaway    Agent 99
Dwayne Johnson    Agent 23
Alan Arkin    The Chief
Terence Stamp    Siegfried
Ken Davitian    Shtarker
David Koechner    Agent Larabee
Terry Crews    Agent 91
Masi Oka    Bruce
Nate Torrence    Lloyd
Dalip Singh    Agent Rana
James Caan    The President
Bill Murray    Agent 13
Patrick Warburton    Hymie the Robot
Bernie Kopell    Opel Driver
John Farley    Agent 38

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Peter Segal
Screenwriter    Tom G. Glazer
Screenwriter    Matt Ember
Producer    Andrew Lazar
Producer    Charles Roven
Producer    Alex Gartner
Producer    Michael Ewing
Executive Producer    Peter Segal
Executive Producer    Steve Carell
Executive Producer    Brent O'Connor
Executive Producer    Jimmy Miller
Executive Producer    Dana Goldberg
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Co-Producer    Alan G. Glazer
Cinematographer    Dean Semler
Editor    Richard Pearson
Composer    Trevor Rabin
Production Designer    Wynn Thomas
Supervising Art Director    James Hegedus
Set Decorator    Leslie E. Rollins
Costume Designer    Deborah Scott
Sound Mixer    Jose Antonio Garcia
Sound Editor    Sandy Berman
Sound Editor    Steve Mann
Sound Editor    Jeff Sawyer
Visual Effects Supervisor    Joe Bauer
Special Effects Coordinator    Michael Lantieri
Choreography    Jamal Sims
Associate Producer    John Hockridge
Assistant Director    John Hockridge
Casting Director    Roger Mussenden
Additional Music    Paul Linford
Score Recordist    Paul Linford

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/06/20 1 $13,365,143   3,911 $3,417   $13,365,143 1
2008/06/21 1 $14,372,327 +8% 3,911 $3,675   $27,737,470 2
2008/06/22 1 $10,946,010 -24% 3,911 $2,799   $38,683,480 3
2008/06/23 1 $5,119,453 -53% 3,911 $1,309   $43,802,933 4
2008/06/24 1 $4,772,339 -7% 3,911 $1,220   $48,575,272 5
2008/06/25 1 $4,338,296 -9% 3,911 $1,109   $52,913,568 6
2008/06/26 1 $4,352,221 n/c 3,911 $1,113   $57,265,789 7
2008/06/27 3 $6,614,390 +52% 3,915 $1,689   $63,880,179 8
2008/06/28 3 $7,884,421 +19% 3,915 $2,014   $71,764,600 9
2008/06/29 3 $5,712,431 -28% 3,915 $1,459   $77,477,031 10
2008/06/30 3 $2,881,353 -50% 3,915 $736   $80,358,384 11
2008/07/01 4 $2,306,248 -20% 3,915 $589   $82,664,632 12
2008/07/02 4 $1,835,000 -20% 3,915 $469   $84,500,000 13
2008/07/03 4 $2,491,000 +36% 3,915 $636   $86,991,244 14
2008/07/04 4 $3,027,601 +22% 3,574 $847   $90,018,845 15
2008/07/05 4 $4,903,438 +62% 3,574 $1,372   $94,922,283 16
2008/07/06 4 $3,178,369 -35% 3,574 $889   $98,100,652 17
2008/07/07 4 $1,577,128 -50% 3,574 $441   $99,677,780 18
2008/07/08 4 $1,608,216 +2% 3,574 $450   $101,285,996 19
2008/07/09 4 $1,594,444 -1% 3,574 $446   $102,880,440 20
2008/07/10 4 $1,482,360 -7% 3,574 $415   $104,362,800 21
2008/07/11 6 $2,249,289 +52% 3,086 $729   $106,612,089 22
2008/07/12 6 $2,941,366 +31% 3,086 $953   $109,553,455 23
2008/07/13 6 $2,010,721 -32% 3,086 $652   $111,564,176 24
2008/07/14 6 $1,022,327 -49% 3,086 $331   $112,586,503 25
2008/07/15 6 $1,021,333 n/c 3,086 $331   $113,607,836 26
2008/07/16 6 $963,414 -6% 3,086 $312   $114,571,250 27
2008/07/17 6 $912,424 -5% 3,086 $296   $115,483,674 28
2008/07/18 9 $1,390,817 +52% 2,135 $651   $116,874,491 29
2008/07/19 9 $1,640,970 +18% 2,135 $769   $118,515,461 30
2008/07/20 9 $1,093,234 -33% 2,135 $512   $119,608,695 31
2008/07/21 9 $558,395 -49% 2,135 $262   $120,167,090 32
2008/07/22 9 $591,239 +6% 2,135 $277   $120,758,329 33
2008/07/23 9 $584,270 -1% 2,135 $274   $121,342,599 34
2008/07/24 9 $571,392 -2% 2,135 $268   $121,913,991 35
2008/07/25 11 $761,257 +33% 1,420 $536   $122,675,248 36
2008/07/26 11 $933,843 +23% 1,420 $658   $123,609,091 37
2008/07/27 11 $577,294 -38% 1,420 $407   $124,186,385 38
2008/07/28 11 $315,385 -45% 1,420 $222   $124,501,770 39
2008/07/29 11 $349,440 +11% 1,420 $246   $124,851,210 40
2008/07/30 11 $328,532 -6% 1,420 $231   $125,179,742 41
2008/07/31 11 $327,077 n/c 1,420 $230   $125,506,819 42
2008/08/01 13 $305,830 -6% 728 $420   $125,812,649 43
2008/08/02 14 $402,342 +32% 728 $553   $126,214,991 44
2008/08/03 14 $285,893 -29% 728 $393   $126,500,884 45
2008/08/04 14 $153,293 -46% 728 $211   $126,654,177 46
2008/08/05 14 $141,314 -8% 728 $194   $126,795,491 47
2008/08/06 16 $92,380 -35% 728 $127   $126,887,871 48
2008/08/07 - $93,347 +1% 728 $128   $126,981,218 49
2008/08/08 16 $153,532 +64% 432 $355   $127,134,750 50
2008/08/09 16 $209,104 +36% 432 $484   $127,343,854 51
2008/08/10 17 $133,783 -36% 432 $310   $127,477,637 52
2008/08/11 17 $74,003 -45% 432 $171   $127,551,640 53
2008/08/12 16 $78,381 +6% 432 $181   $127,630,021 54
2008/08/13 18 $67,408 -14% 432 $156   $127,697,429 55
2008/08/14 - $59,738 -11% 432 $138   $127,757,167 56
2008/08/15 - $70,454 +18% 211 $334   $127,827,621 57
2008/08/16 - $89,979 +28% 211 $426   $127,917,600 58
2008/08/17 - $49,912 -45% 211 $237   $127,967,512 59
2008/08/18 - $29,449 -41% 211 $140   $127,996,961 60
2008/08/19 - $37,400 +27% 211 $177   $128,034,361 61
2008/08/20 - $27,302 -27% 211 $129   $128,061,663 62
2008/08/21 - $27,383 n/c 211 $130   $128,089,046 63
2008/08/22 - $44,576 +63% 121 $368   $128,133,622 64
2008/08/23 - $57,339 +29% 121 $474   $128,190,961 65
2008/08/24 - $35,261 -39% 121 $291   $128,226,222 66
2008/08/25 - $16,181 -54% 121 $134   $128,242,403 67
2008/08/26 - $19,902 +23% 121 $164   $128,262,305 68
2008/08/27 - $15,524 -22% 121 $128   $128,277,829 69
2008/08/28 - $15,989 +3% 121 $132   $128,293,818 70
2008/08/29 - $36,725 +130% 118 $311   $128,330,543 71
2008/08/30 - $51,601 +41% 118 $437   $128,382,144 72
2008/08/31 - $44,386 -14% 118 $376   $128,426,530 73
2008/09/01 36 $38,255 -14% 118 $324   $128,464,785 74
2008/09/02 - $8,810 -77% 118 $75   $128,473,595 75
2008/09/03 - $8,164 -7% 118 $69   $128,481,759 76
2008/09/04 - $7,920 -3% 118 $67   $128,489,679 77
2008/09/05 - $33,006 +317% 115 $287   $128,522,685 78
2008/09/06 - $55,392 +68% 115 $482   $128,578,077 79
2008/09/07 - $25,405 -54% 115 $221   $128,603,482 80
2008/09/08 - $6,606 -74% 115 $57   $128,610,088 81
2008/09/09 - $9,248 +40% 115 $80   $128,619,336 82
2008/09/10 - $8,046 -13% 115 $70   $128,627,382 83
2008/09/11 - $8,410 +5% 115 $73   $128,635,792 84
2008/09/12 23 $114,444 +1,261% 306 $374   $128,750,236 85
2008/09/13 24 $174,014 +52% 306 $569   $128,924,250 86
2008/09/14 23 $106,335 -39% 306 $348   $129,030,585 87
2008/09/15 21 $31,048 -71% 306 $101   $129,061,633 88
2008/09/16 - $34,426 +11% 306 $113   $129,096,059 89
2008/09/17 - $31,653 -8% 306 $103   $129,127,712 90
2008/09/18 - $32,962 +4% 306 $108   $129,160,674 91
2008/09/19 - $92,702 +181% 306 $303   $129,253,376 92
2008/09/20 - $137,471 +48% 306 $449   $129,390,847 93
2008/09/21 - $81,878 -40% 306 $268   $129,472,725 94
2008/09/22 - $23,226 -72% 306 $76   $129,495,951 95
2008/09/23 - $27,541 +19% 306 $90   $129,523,492 96
2008/09/24 - $24,373 -12% 306 $80   $129,547,865 97
2008/09/25 - $26,701 +10% 306 $87   $129,574,566 98
2008/09/26 - $73,235 +174% 301 $243   $129,647,801 99
2008/09/27 - $105,853 +45% 301 $352   $129,753,654 100
2008/09/28 - $60,590 -43% 301 $201   $129,814,244 101
2008/09/29 - $17,420 -71% 301 $58   $129,831,664 102
2008/09/30 - $21,482 +23% 301 $71   $129,853,146 103
2008/10/01 - $19,315 -10% 301 $64   $129,872,461 104
2008/10/02 - $20,605 +7% 301 $68   $129,893,066 105
2008/10/03 - $47,205 +129% 265 $178   $129,940,271 106
2008/10/04 - $72,405 +53% 265 $273   $130,012,676 107
2008/10/05 - $35,212 -51% 265 $133   $130,047,888 108
2008/10/06 - $9,860 -72% 265 $37   $130,057,748 109
2008/10/07 - $10,155 +3% 265 $38   $130,067,903 110
2008/10/08 - $10,865 +7% 265 $41   $130,078,768 111
2008/10/09 - $12,596 +16% 265 $48   $130,091,364 112
2008/10/10 - $24,119 +91% 93 $259   $130,115,483 113
2008/10/11 - $33,048 +37% 93 $355   $130,148,531 114
2008/10/12 - $19,917 -40% 93 $214   $130,168,448 115
2008/10/13 - $10,357 -48% 93 $111   $130,178,805 116
2008/10/14 - $5,697 -45% 93 $61   $130,184,502 117
2008/10/15 - $6,551 +15% 93 $70   $130,191,053 118
2008/10/16 - $8,450 +29% 93 $91   $130,199,503 119
2008/10/17 - $16,952 +101% 71 $239   $130,216,455 120
2008/10/18 - $20,271 +20% 71 $286   $130,236,726 121
2008/10/19 - $9,617 -53% 71 $135   $130,246,343 122
2008/10/20 - $3,463 -64% 71 $49   $130,249,806 123
2008/10/21 - $3,329 -4% 71 $47   $130,253,135 124
2008/10/22 - $3,702 +11% 71 $52   $130,256,837 125
2008/10/23 - $4,035 +9% 71 $57   $130,260,872 126
2008/10/24 - $9,131 +126% 44 $208   $130,270,003 127
2008/10/25 - $11,632 +27% 44 $264   $130,281,635 128
2008/10/26 - $4,995 -57% 44 $114   $130,286,630 129
2008/10/27 - $1,678 -66% 44 $38   $130,288,308 130
2008/10/28 - $1,689 +1% 44 $38   $130,289,997 131
2008/10/29 - $1,588 -6% 44 $36   $130,291,585 132
2008/10/30 - $1,778 +12% 44 $40   $130,293,363 133
2008/10/31 - $5,108 +187% 32 $160   $130,298,471 134
2008/11/01 - $10,048 +97% 32 $314   $130,308,519 135
2008/11/02 - $4,795 -52% 32 $150   $130,313,314 136
2008/11/03 - $1,393 -71% 32 $44   $130,314,707 137
2008/11/04 - $1,699 +22% 32 $53   $130,316,406 138
2008/11/05 - $1,386 -18% 32 $43   $130,317,792 139
2008/11/06 - $1,416 +2% 32 $44   $130,319,208 140

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/06/20 1 $38,683,480   3,911 $9,891   $38,683,480 3
2008/06/27 3 $20,211,242 -48% 3,915 $5,163   $77,477,031 10
2008/07/04 4 $11,109,408 -45% 3,574 $3,108   $98,100,652 17
2008/07/11 6 $7,201,376 -35% 3,086 $2,334   $111,564,176 24
2008/07/18 9 $4,125,021 -43% 2,135 $1,932   $119,608,695 31
2008/07/25 11 $2,272,394 -45% 1,420 $1,600   $124,186,385 38
2008/08/01 14 $994,065 -56% 728 $1,365   $126,500,884 45
2008/08/08 17 $496,419 -50% 432 $1,149   $127,477,637 52
2008/08/15 30 $210,345 -58% 211 $997   $127,967,512 59
2008/08/22 35 $137,176 -35% 121 $1,134   $128,226,222 66
2008/08/29 39 $132,712 -3% 118 $1,125   $128,426,530 73
2008/09/05 40 $113,803 -14% 115 $990   $128,603,482 80
2008/09/12 24 $394,793 +247% 306 $1,290   $129,030,585 87
2008/09/19 25 $312,051 -21% 306 $1,020   $129,472,725 94
2008/09/26 27 $239,678 -23% 301 $796   $129,814,244 101
2008/10/03 33 $154,822 -35% 265 $584   $130,047,888 108
2008/10/10 39 $77,084 -50% 93 $829   $130,168,448 115
2008/10/17 47 $46,840 -39% 71 $660   $130,246,343 122
2008/10/24 64 $25,758 -45% 44 $585   $130,286,630 129
2008/10/31 65 $19,951 -23% 32 $623   $130,313,314 136

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/9/20081685,214 685,214$11,682,351$11,682,3511
11/16/20085289,339-58% 974,553$4,945,787$16,628,1382
11/23/20088164,192-43% 1,138,745$2,686,165$19,314,3023
11/30/200818232,164+41% 1,370,909$4,194,809$23,509,1114
12/7/200819140,269-40% 1,511,178$2,249,073$25,758,1845
12/14/200826113,827-19% 1,625,005$1,776,509$27,534,6946
12/21/200825138,851+22% 1,763,856$2,181,002$29,715,6967
12/28/200821162,087+17% 1,925,943$2,544,604$32,260,3008
1/4/20093025,326-84% 1,951,269$416,218$32,676,5179
3/1/20092961,440 2,040,535$670,095$33,839,01017

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