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The Good Shepherd (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $59,908,565Details
International Box Office $40,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $99,908,565
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $33,898,478 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $33,898,478
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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
54% - Rotten
Audience
51% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 22nd, 2006 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: March 27th, 2007 by Universal Home Entertainment, released as Good Shepherd, The
MPAA Rating: R for some violence, sexuality and language
Running Time: 160 minutes
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Keywords: Secret Agent
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,981 $16,555 Mar 2, 2007 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,124 $24,390 Feb 23, 2007 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,078 $45,210 Feb 16, 2007 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,194 $171,925 Feb 9, 2007 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,190 $277,920 Feb 2, 2007 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,891 $725,610 Jan 26, 2007 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,454 $2,050,155 Jan 19, 2007 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,274 $3,708,000 Jan 12, 2007 24
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 945 $50,358,110 Jan 5, 2007 21
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,056 $6,446,345 Jan 5, 2007 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 923 $11,000,510 Dec 29, 2006 10
Biggest December Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 311 $11,000,510 Dec 29, 2006 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,809 $10,033,960 Dec 22, 2006 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,939 2,215 Dec 22, 2006 3

Cast

   Edward Wilson
Angelina Jolie Pitt    Clover/Margaret Russell
Robert De Niro    General Bill Sullivan
Alec Baldwin    Sam Murach
Tammy Blanchard    Laura
Billy Crudup    Arch Cummings
Keir Dullea    Sen. John Russell Sr.
Martina Gedeck    Hanna Schiller
William Hurt    Philip Allen
Timothy Hutton    Thomas Wilson
Lee Pace    Richard Hayes
Eddie Redmayne    Edward Wilson Jr
John Sessions    Valentin Mironov #1/Yuri Modin
Oleg Stefan    Ulysses / Stas Siyanko
John Turturro    Ray Brocco
Michael Gambon    Dr. Fredericks
Mark Ivanir    Valentin Mironov
Gabriel Macht    John Russell, Jr.
Joe Pesci    Joseph Palmi
Yelena Shmulenson    Dollar Woman
Jack Martin    Dollar Little Boy
Anne-Marie Cusson    Philip Allen's Secretary
Robert Bermudez Cordell    Bay of Pigs Voiceover
David Crommet    Spanish Translator
Michael Arden    Pinafore Actor
Justin Bohon    Pinafore Actor
Justin Daniel    Pinafore Actor
Michael Flannigan    Pinafore Actor
John Hill    Pinafore Actor
Will Reynolds    Pinafore Actor
Michael Seelbach    Pinafore Actor
Ryan Michael Shaw    Pinafore Actor
Stephen Powell    HMS Pinafore Singer
Henry Gummer    Bonesman/Boatswain
Gregory Marcel    Dancing Skeleton
Austin Williams    Young Edward Wilson
Sophie Sutton    Connie Wilson
Lars Gerhard    Mr. Haupt
Tessa Keimes    Mr. Haupt's Translator
Peter Kybart    Dr. Manheim
Rob Barnes    Man at Jazz Club
Lee Bryant    Mrs. John Russell Sr.
Laila Robins    Toddy Allen
Redman Maxfield    Older Bonesman 1940
John Whitehead    Reverend Collins
Jeff Skowron    Deer Island Crooner 1940
Meredith Deacon    John Russell, Jr.'s Girlfriend
Josh Casaubon    Army Man 1940
Christopher Evan Welch    Photography Technical Officer
Tuc Watkins    Sound Technical Officer
Leonard Logsdail    Tailor
Eric Lindh    Tailor Shop Guard
Trace Taylor    Cryptographer
Amanda Barron    Cryptographer
James Faulkner    Lord Cooper
Robert Ian MacKenzie    Cambridge Club Butler
Dieter Riesle    Herr Franck
Sandor Tecsy    Sasha, Ulysses' Aide
Tommy Nelson    Edward Jr. (Ages 6-7)
Greg Plitt    Guard With Sullivan
Marcos Cohen    Dr. Ibanez
Jeff Applegate    Michael Johnson
Jon Monett    CIA Insect Man
Sandee Conrad    Edward's Secretary
Jonathan Dokuchitz    Husband Dinner Guest
Susan Haskell    Wife Dinner Guest
Sjoerd deJong    Santa Claus
Neal Huff    Teletype Operations Officer
Jason Butler Harner    Teletype Communications Officer
Amy Wright    Safe House Operations Officer
Matthew Humphreys    Cherry Orchard Actor
Karron Graves    Cherry Orchard Actress
Robert C. Kirk    Laura's Taxi Driver
Reathel Bean    "Dame" Bonesman
Jerry Coyle    "Dame" Bonesman
Wally Dunn    "Dame" Bonesman
Roger Rathburn    "Dame" Bonesman
Glenn Kalison    Telephone Operations Officer
John Knox    Technical Service Officer
Benjamin Eakeley    Bonesman 1960
Gino Cafarelli    Palmi's Bodyguards
Tommy DeVito    Palmi's Bodyguard
Stefanie Nava    Tina Palmi
Isabella Cimato    Palmi's Granddaughter
Jimmy Marchese    Palmi's Grandson
Robert Prescott    Bonesman MC 1961
Bill McHugh    Reverend Christiansen
Ann Hampton Callway    1961 Deer Island Singer
Christopher Druckman    FBI Agent
Liya Kebede    Miriam
John Henry    Philip Allen's Driver

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Eric Roth
Producer    James G. Robinson
Producer    Jane Rosenthal
Producer    Robert De Niro
Executive Producer    Francis Ford Coppola
Executive Producer    David Robinson
Executive Producer    Howard Kaplan
Executive Producer    Guy McElwaine
Executive Producer    Chris Brigham
Production Designer    Jeannine Oppewall
Editor    Tariq Anwar
Composer    Marcelo Zarvos
Composer    Bruce Fowler
Director of Photography    Robert Richardson
Assistant Director    H.H. Cooper
Second Unit Director    Rob Legato
Unit Production Manager    Joseph E. Iberti
Unit Production Manager    Rachel Neale
Production Supervisor    Sean Fogel
Supervising Art Director    Keith Pain
Art Director    Robert Guerra
Art Director    Miguel Lopez-Castillo
Set Decorator    Gretchen Rau
Set Decorator    Leslie E. Rollins
Set Decorator    Alyssa Winter
Set Decorator    Jille Azis
Second Unit Camera    Rob Legato
Costume Designer    Ann Roth
Costume Supervisor    Donna Maloney
Costume Supervisor    Kate Edwards
Costume Supervisor    Allison Wyldeck
Associate Editor    Adam Geiger
Sound Mixer    Tom Nelson
Sound Mixer    Eric Taveras
Recordist    Chris Murphy
Re-recording Mixer    Reilly Steele
Re-recording Mixer    Lee Dichter
Re-recording Mixer    Warren Shaw
Re-recording Mixer    Martin Czembor
Supervising Sound Editor    Warren Shaw
Sound Effects Editor    Jacob Ribicoff
Sound Designer    Warren Shaw
Dialogue Editor    Tony Martinez
Dialogue Editor    Laura Civiello
Dialogue Editor    John Werner
Dialogue Editor    Dan Korintus
Music Editor    E. Gedney Webb
Music Editor    Shari Schwartz
Make up    Carla White
Make up    Todd Kleitsch
Hairstylist    Alan Dangerio
Hairstylist    Jerry Popolis
Music Supervisor    Kathy Nelson
Casting Director    Amanda Mackey
Casting Director    Cathy Sandrich
Casting Director    Sig De Miguel
Casting Director    Sue Jones
Stunt Coordinator    George Aguilar
Stunt Coordinator    John Cenatiempo
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope
Stunt Coordinator    Paul Herbert

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July 22nd, 2007

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July 15th, 2007

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May 6th, 2007

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International Details - Reaping the Rewards

April 29th, 2007

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April 27th, 2007

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April 21st, 2007

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April 14th, 2007

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March 25th, 2007

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March 18th, 2007

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March 11th, 2007

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/12/22 4 $10,033,960   2,215 $4,530   $10,033,960 3
2006/12/29 5 $11,000,510 +10% 2,218 $4,960   $35,066,495 10
2007/01/05 8 $6,446,345 -41% 2,250 $2,865   $48,344,025 17
2007/01/12 11 $3,708,000 -42% 1,994 $1,860   $54,066,110 24
2007/01/19 14 $2,050,155 -45% 1,571 $1,305   $57,602,410 31
2007/01/26 27 $725,610 -65% 722 $1,005   $58,964,680 38
2007/02/02 34 $277,920 -62% 341 $815   $59,462,475 45
2007/02/09 39 $171,925 -38% 206 $835   $59,731,690 52
2007/02/16 48 $45,210 -74% 80 $565   $59,831,045 59
2007/02/23 60 $24,390 -46% 61 $400   $59,873,825 66
2007/03/02 65 $16,555 -32% 43 $385   $59,901,040 73

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/12/22 4 $3,600,000   2,215 $1,625   $3,600,000 1
2006/12/23 4 $4,300,000 +19% 2,215 $1,941   $7,900,000 2
2006/12/24 3 $2,200,000 -49% 2,215 $993   $10,100,000 3
2006/12/25 5 $4,230,650 +92% 2,215 $1,910   $14,142,760 4
2006/12/26 5 $4,119,925 -3% 2,215 $1,860   $18,262,685 5
2006/12/27 6 $3,045,625 -26% 2,215 $1,375   $21,308,310 6
2006/12/28 6 $2,757,675 -9% 2,215 $1,245   $24,065,985 7
2006/12/29 6 $3,659,685 +33% 2,215 $1,652   $27,725,670 8
2006/12/30 4 $4,291,830 +17% 2,215 $1,938   $32,017,500 9
2006/12/31 4 $3,048,995 -29% 2,215 $1,377   $35,066,495 10
2007/01/01 5 $3,239,125 +6% 2,215 $1,462   $38,305,620 11
2007/01/02 5 $1,497,150 -54% 2,215 $676   $39,802,770 12
2007/01/03 5 $1,052,450 -30% 2,215 $475   $40,855,220 13
2007/01/04 5 $1,042,460 -1% 2,218 $470   $41,897,680 14
2007/01/05 7 $2,013,750 +93% 2,218 $908   $43,911,430 15
2007/01/06 6 $2,823,845 +40% 2,218 $1,273   $46,735,275 16
2007/01/07 8 $1,608,750 -43% 2,218 $725   $48,344,025 17
2007/01/08 6 $462,025 -71% 2,218 $208   $48,806,050 18
2007/01/09 5 $539,425 +17% 2,218 $243   $49,345,475 19
2007/01/10 5 $517,435 -4% 2,218 $233   $49,862,910 20
2007/01/11 5 $495,200 -4% 2,218 $223   $50,358,110 21
2007/01/12 9 $1,066,790 +115% 1,990 $536   $51,424,900 22
2007/01/15 13 $638,080   1,994 $320   $54,704,190 25
2007/01/16 9 $279,685 -56% 1,994 $140   $54,983,875 26
2007/01/17 9 $299,125 +7% 1,994 $150   $55,283,000 27
2007/01/18 9 $269,255 -10% 1,994 $135   $55,552,255 28
2007/01/19 12 $640,000 +138% 1,569 $408   $5,619,000 29
2007/01/26 22 $230,000   1,276 $180   $58,470,000 36
2007/02/16 - $11,200   80 $140   $59,797,035 57
2007/02/17 - $20,025 +79% 80 $250   $59,817,060 58
2007/02/18 - $13,985 -30% 80 $175   $59,831,045 59
2007/02/19 48 $7,995 -43% 80 $100   $59,839,040 60
2007/02/20 - $3,995 -50% 80 $50   $59,843,035 61

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/12/22 4 $24,065,985   2,215 $10,865   $24,065,985 7
2006/12/29 5 $17,831,695 -26% 2,218 $8,040   $41,897,680 14
2007/01/05 6 $8,460,430 -53% 2,250 $3,760   $50,358,110 21
2007/01/12 11 $5,194,145 -39% 1,994 $2,605   $55,552,255 28
2007/01/19 14 $2,686,815 -48% 1,571 $1,710   $58,239,070 35
2007/01/26 28 $945,485 -65% 722 $1,310   $59,184,555 42
2007/02/02 34 $375,210 -60% 341 $1,100   $59,559,765 49
2007/02/09 43 $226,070 -40% 206 $1,097   $59,785,835 56
2007/02/16 51 $63,600 -72% 80 $795   $59,849,435 63
2007/02/23 61 $35,050 -45% 61 $575   $59,884,485 70
2007/03/02 63 $24,080 -31% 43 $560   $59,908,565 77

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/8/20074940,452 940,452$15,978,279$15,978,2792
4/15/20074539,507-43% 1,479,959$9,166,224$25,144,5033
4/22/20077148,036-73% 1,627,995$2,515,132$27,659,6354
4/29/20071775,250-49% 1,703,245$1,281,613$28,941,2485
5/6/20071971,652-5% 1,774,897$1,223,522$30,164,7706
4/13/20082240,341 2,001,057$506,683$33,754,08055

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