Good Luck Chuck

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $35,017,297Details
International Box Office $24,166,524
Worldwide Box Office $59,183,821
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,509,944 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $26,509,944
Further financial details...

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


Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
5% - Rotten
57% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 21st, 2007 (Wide) by Lionsgate
Video Release: January 15th, 2008 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sequences of strong sexual content including crude dialogue, nudity, language and some drug use
Keywords: Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction


   Cam Wexler
Dan Fogler    Stu
Lonny Ross    Joe
Caroline Ford    Jennifer
Chelan Simmons    Carol
Natalie Morris    Natalie
Ellia English    Reba
Connor Price    Young Charlie
Troy Gentile    Young Stu
Jodie Stewart    Eleanor Skepple
Jodelle Ferland    Lila Carpenter

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Aaron Zigman

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/09/21 2 $5,137,326   2,612 $1,967   $5,137,326 1
2007/09/22 2 $5,308,621 +3% 2,612 $2,032   $10,445,947 2
2007/09/23 2 $3,206,054 -40% 2,612 $1,227   $13,652,001 3
2007/09/24 2 $975,000 -70% 2,612 $373   $14,627,001 4
2007/09/25 2 $988,819 +1% 2,612 $379   $15,620,709 5
2007/09/26 2 $853,756 -14% 2,612 $327   $16,474,465 6
2007/09/27 2 $794,611 -7% 2,612 $304   $17,269,076 7
2007/09/28 4 $2,050,732 +158% 2,612 $785   $19,319,808 8
2007/09/29 4 $2,645,206 +29% 2,612 $1,013   $21,965,014 9
2007/09/30 4 $1,548,128 -41% 2,612 $593   $23,513,142 10
2007/10/01 4 $501,356 -68% 2,612 $192   $24,014,498 11
2007/10/02 4 $566,238 +13% 2,612 $217   $24,580,736 12
2007/10/03 4 $497,987 -12% 2,612 $191   $25,078,723 13
2007/10/04 4 $519,203 +4% 2,612 $199   $25,597,926 14
2007/10/05 6 $1,107,314 +113% 2,476 $447   $26,705,240 15
2007/10/06 6 $1,477,011 +33% 2,476 $597   $28,182,251 16
2007/10/07 6 $1,073,191 -27% 2,476 $433   $29,255,442 17
2007/10/08 6 $496,632 -54% 2,476 $201   $29,752,074 18
2007/10/09 5 $333,528 -33% 2,476 $135   $30,085,602 19
2007/10/10 5 $316,936 -5% 2,476 $128   $30,402,538 20
2007/10/11 5 $323,113 +2% 2,476 $130   $30,725,651 21
2007/10/12 10 $611,676 +89% 1,951 $314   $31,337,327 22
2007/10/15 10 $185,000   1,951 $95   $32,943,000 25
2007/10/16 10 $195,000 +5% 1,951 $100   $33,142,000 26
2007/10/17 10 $191,052 -2% 1,951 $98   $33,331,774 27
2007/10/18 10 $204,201 +7% 1,951 $105   $33,535,975 28

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/09/21 2 $13,652,001   2,612 $5,227   $13,652,001 3
2007/09/28 4 $6,244,066 -54% 2,612 $2,391   $23,513,142 10
2007/10/05 6 $3,657,516 -41% 2,467 $1,483   $29,255,442 17
2007/10/12 11 $2,032,380 -44% 1,951 $1,042   $32,758,031 24
2007/10/19 18 $738,143 -64% 852 $866   $34,274,118 31
2007/10/26 29 $240,373 -67% 426 $564   $34,769,412 38
2007/11/02 40 $68,912 -71% 125 $551   $34,925,283 45
2007/11/09 49 $50,750 -26% 95 $534   $35,000,629 52

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/20/20081592,185 592,185$10,061,223$10,061,2231
1/27/20084195,971-67% 788,156$3,327,588$13,388,8112
2/3/2008884,978-57% 873,134$1,447,617$14,836,4283
2/10/20081168,799-19% 941,933$1,217,054$16,053,4824
2/17/200814101,926+48% 1,043,859$1,781,666$17,835,1495
2/24/20082065,512-36% 1,109,371$1,097,326$18,932,4756
3/2/20082873,759+13% 1,183,130$1,314,385$20,246,8607
3/9/20082836,102-51% 1,219,232$648,107$20,894,9678

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