Hancock

Hancock poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $227,946,274Details
International Box Office $396,400,000
Worldwide Box Office $624,346,274
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $91,268,764 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $688,469 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $91,957,233
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
41% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 1st, 2008 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: November 25th, 2008 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, and language.
Franchise: Hancock
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Blue Light, Relativity Media, Weed Road Pictures, Overbrook Entertainment

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DVD Rentals - Hancock Flies to the Top

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DVD Sales - In the Black

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DVD Releases for November 26, 2008 - Part II

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International Top Five - Another Milestone for Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia! remained in first place with $20.27 million on 4303 screens in 45 markets for a total of $309.59 million. It is only the fifth film this year to reach $300 million internationally and I think most would agree it is the least likely. Openings this week were highlighted by France, where it made $2.4 million, which was enough for first place in that market. Additionally, it remained flat in South Korea adding $3.35 million on 518 screens for a total of $9.79 million after two weeks of release. It was not as strong in its opening in Mexico, on the other hand, placing second with just $785,000 on 292 screens. Strong holds and a number of markets remaining, it could hit $400 million internationally. More...

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International Top Five - Milestone Weekend for Knight

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International Details - Hell Pulls in the Gold

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International Details - Cliff Strong Overseas

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International Details - Panda Leads the Back of the Pack

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International Details - Another Milestone for Hancock

Hancock fell from second to sixth with $12.03 million on 5425 screens in 68 markets, however, it still reached $300 million internationally since last week and now has a running tally of $319.43 million. Its best market of the weekend was Spain where it added $1.92 million on 567 screens over the weekend for a total of $20.56 million after two. Meanwhile, its best market overall remains the U.K. where it has $47.09 million after a month of release, including $900,000 on 318 screens this past weekend. With Japan and Italy still ahead, the film should become Will Smith's second $600 million movie, but it will end well back of Independence Day. More...

International Details - Milestone Weekend

Hancock fell 56% to $20.22 million on 7516 screens in 70 markets, however, that was still enough for second place on the international chart this week, and lifted its totals to $295.58 million internationally and $502.06 million worldwide, reaching a major milestone. The film's best market of the week was Spain where it remained in first place with $3.98 million on 575 screens for a total of $16.86 million. It is also performing well in Germany where it held on to second place with $1.70 million on 755 screens over the weekend and $33.62 million after four. However, it is starting to slip in the U.K. falling to fifth place with $1.40 million on 400 screens, but its total of $45.15 million in that market is still fantastic. Hancock likely hit $300 million early last week, and it has yet to open in Japan and Italy. More...

Dark Knight Continues its Record Breaking Run

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International Top of the Chart - Hancock Holds Off Batman

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Record Number of Records?

Wow.

It is always better to underestimate demand and be pleasantly surprised, but The Dark Knight beat practically all expectations. It is such a huge hit that its weekend haul was better than the industry as a whole managed last weekend, and more than the industry made the same weekend last year. In fact, the $254 million weekend haul was a biggest all time. Needless to say, there was substantial growth this past weekend and the overall box office was up 68% from last weekend and 64% from the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, 2008 is still behind 2007 $5.37 billion to $5.41 billion, but that lead won't last. More...

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International Top of the Chart - Hancock Still Flying High

A trio of number one openings helped Hancock grow at the box office globally this week as it added $70.35 million on 8,109 screens in 66 markets. The film now has $179.82 million internationally and $343.93 million worldwide after just two weeks of release, and is on pace to earn $600 million worldwide before it is all said and done. More...

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Summer Movie Fans Going to Hell

After a month-long winning streak, 2008 lost one last weekend when the opening of Hancock was well behind the week-long debut of The Transformers. This weekend, three films are going up against Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. I don't think any of the three have a hope in hell of reaching $77 million over the weekend. In fact, it's it not likely that all three of them combined will earn that much, but perhaps we will get a pleasant surprise. More...

International Top of the Chart - Will Wows Overseas

Hancock opened worldwide this past weekend, well, almost worldwide. It opened on 5759 screens in 55 markets earning $65.41 million over the weekend for a total of $78.86 million including midweek numbers. The film's biggest box office opening happened in the U.K. where it pulled in $18.89 million on 450 screens, while it also cracked 8 digits in Germany with $12.71 million on 723 screens. Neither result is surprising, as the U.K. is usually the biggest market when it comes to Hollywood release, while Will Smith is a major star in Germany. More...

Will Rules the Weekend, but Overall Box Office Not that Super

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Cast

Will Smith    John Hancock
Charlize Theron    Mary Embrey
Jason Bateman    Ray Embrey
Eddie Marsan    Red
Johnny Galecki    Jeremy
Thomas Lennon    Mike
Jae Head    Aaron Embrey
Adam del Rio   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Peter Berg
Producer    Akiva Goldsman
Producer    James Lassiter
Producer    Michael Mann
Producer    Will Smith
Executive Producer    Ian Bryce
Executive Producer    Jonathan Mostow
Executive Producer    Richard Saperstein
Screenwriter    Vincent Ngo
Screenwriter    Vince Gilligan
Director of Photography    Tobias A. Schliessler
Production Designer    Neil Spisak
Composer    John Powell
Editor    Colby Parker, Jr
Editor    Paul Rubell
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Art Director    William Hawkins
Art Director    Dawn Swiderski
Set Designer    Jeff Markwith
Set Designer    Patte Strong-Lord
Set Designer    Billy Hunter
Set Decorator    Rosemary Brandenberg
Costume Designer    Louise Mingenbach
Sound Mixer    David MacMillan
Supervising Sound Editor    Gregory King
Sound Designer    Yann Delpuech
Visual Effects Designer    John Dykstra
Special Effects Supervisor    John Frazier
Stunt Coordinator    Simon Crane
Stunt Coordinator    Wade Eastwood
Associate Producer    Eric Heffron
Associate Producer    Michelle McGonagle
Associate Producer    Tracey Nyberg
Assistant Director    David Sardi
Assistant Director    Eric Heffron
Second Unit Director    Simon Crane
Second Unit Camera    Paul Hughen
Casting Director    Francine Maisler

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/01 2 $6,835,034   3,680 $1,857   $6,835,034 0
2008/07/02 1 $17,386,366 +154% 3,680 $4,725   $24,221,400 1
2008/07/03 1 $17,052,167 -2% 3,680 $4,634   $41,273,567 2
2008/07/04 1 $18,527,967 +9% 3,965 $4,673   $59,801,534 3
2008/07/05 1 $25,781,404 +39% 3,965 $6,502   $85,582,938 4
2008/07/06 1 $18,294,508 -29% 3,680 $4,971   $103,877,446 5
2008/07/07 1 $8,481,615 -54% 3,965 $2,139   $112,359,061 6
2008/07/08 1 $7,423,215 -12% 3,965 $1,872   $119,782,276 7
2008/07/09 1 $6,412,003 -14% 3,965 $1,617   $126,194,279 8
2008/07/10 1 $5,840,165 -9% 3,965 $1,473   $132,034,444 9
2008/07/11 2 $10,356,737 +77% 3,965 $2,612   $142,391,181 10
2008/07/12 1 $12,767,241 +23% 3,965 $3,220   $155,158,422 11
2008/07/13 2 $8,956,582 -30% 3,965 $2,259   $164,115,004 12
2008/07/14 1 $3,808,818 -57% 3,965 $961   $167,923,822 13
2008/07/15 1 $3,510,957 -8% 3,965 $885   $171,434,779 14
2008/07/16 1 $3,162,161 -10% 3,965 $798   $174,596,940 15
2008/07/17 1 $2,906,861 -8% 3,965 $733   $177,503,801 16
2008/07/18 3 $4,557,733 +57% 3,776 $1,207   $182,061,534 17
2008/07/19 3 $5,452,742 +20% 3,776 $1,444   $187,514,276 18
2008/07/20 3 $4,029,703 -26% 3,776 $1,067   $191,543,979 19
2008/07/21 3 $1,684,785 -58% 3,776 $446   $193,228,764 20
2008/07/22 4 $1,708,418 +1% 3,776 $452   $194,937,182 21
2008/07/23 4 $1,629,681 -5% 3,776 $432   $196,566,863 22
2008/07/24 4 $1,604,021 -2% 3,776 $425   $198,170,884 23
2008/07/25 6 $2,635,288 +64% 3,309 $796   $200,806,172 24
2008/07/26 6 $3,303,035 +25% 3,309 $998   $204,109,207 25
2008/07/27 6 $2,372,800 -28% 3,309 $717   $206,482,007 26
2008/07/28 5 $1,078,582 -55% 3,309 $326   $207,560,589 27
2008/07/29 5 $1,131,122 +5% 3,309 $342   $208,691,711 28
2008/07/30 6 $1,052,314 -7% 3,309 $318   $209,744,025 29
2008/07/31 6 $1,051,441 n/c 3,309 $318   $210,795,466 30
2008/08/01 7 $1,539,596 +46% 2,782 $553   $212,335,062 31
2008/08/02 7 $2,135,111 +39% 2,782 $767   $214,470,173 32
2008/08/03 7 $1,413,049 -34% 2,782 $508   $215,883,222 33
2008/08/04 8 $717,978 -49% 2,782 $258   $216,601,200 34
2008/08/05 8 $693,854 -3% 2,782 $249   $217,295,054 35
2008/08/06 10 $586,001 -16% 2,782 $211   $217,881,055 36
2008/08/07 10 $528,286 -10% 2,782 $190   $218,409,341 37
2008/08/08 8 $1,027,295 +94% 2,258 $455   $219,436,636 38
2008/08/09 8 $1,370,868 +33% 2,258 $607   $220,807,504 39
2008/08/10 9 $919,287 -33% 2,258 $407   $221,726,791 40
2008/08/11 9 $443,178 -52% 2,258 $196   $222,169,969 41
2008/08/12 9 $455,949 +3% 2,258 $202   $222,625,918 42
2008/08/13 11 $351,438 -23% 2,258 $156   $222,977,356 43
2008/08/14 11 $324,990 -8% 2,258 $144   $223,302,346 44
2008/08/15 14 $544,777 +68% 1,277 $427   $223,847,123 45
2008/08/16 12 $752,492 +38% 1,277 $589   $224,599,615 46
2008/08/17 14 $422,972 -44% 1,277 $331   $225,022,587 47
2008/08/18 14 $192,250 -55% 1,277 $151   $225,214,837 48
2008/08/19 14 $203,420 +6% 1,277 $159   $225,418,257 49
2008/08/20 15 $151,287 -26% 1,277 $118   $225,569,544 50
2008/08/21 16 $144,393 -5% 1,277 $113   $225,713,937 51
2008/08/22 - $194,139 +34% 588 $330   $225,908,076 52
2008/08/23 - $290,513 +50% 588 $494   $226,198,589 53
2008/08/24 - $158,476 -45% 588 $270   $226,357,065 54
2008/08/25 - $55,353 -65% 588 $94   $226,412,418 55
2008/08/26 - $54,491 -2% 588 $93   $226,466,909 56
2008/08/27 - $40,281 -26% 588 $69   $226,507,190 57
2008/08/28 - $39,854 -1% 588 $68   $226,547,044 58
2008/08/29 - $163,675 +311% 465 $352   $226,710,719 59
2008/08/30 - $254,790 +56% 465 $548   $226,965,509 60
2008/08/31 - $246,121 -3% 465 $529   $227,211,630 61
2008/09/01 24 $169,569 -31% 465 $365   $227,381,199 62

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/04 1 $62,603,879   3,965 $15,789   $103,877,446 5
2008/07/11 2 $32,080,560 -49% 3,965 $8,091   $164,115,004 12
2008/07/18 3 $14,040,178 -56% 3,776 $3,718   $191,543,979 19
2008/07/25 6 $8,311,123 -41% 3,309 $2,512   $206,482,007 26
2008/08/01 7 $5,087,756 -39% 2,782 $1,829   $215,883,222 33
2008/08/08 8 $3,317,450 -35% 2,258 $1,469   $221,726,791 40
2008/08/15 14 $1,720,241 -48% 1,277 $1,347   $225,022,587 47
2008/08/22 19 $643,128 -63% 588 $1,094   $226,357,065 54
2008/08/29 23 $664,586 +3% 465 $1,429   $227,211,630 61
2008/09/05 25 $479,603 -28% 417 $1,150   $227,946,274 68

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/30/200812,540,145 2,540,145$43,477,884$43,477,8841
12/7/20084783,980-69% 3,324,125$13,822,038$57,299,9222
12/14/20089372,518-52% 3,696,643$6,585,671$63,885,5933
12/21/20088517,286+39% 4,213,929$8,731,995$72,617,5874
12/28/200813362,021-30% 4,575,950$5,839,616$78,457,2035
1/4/200914140,487-61% 4,716,437$2,245,713$80,702,9166
1/11/20092667,564-52% 4,784,001$1,303,762$82,006,6787
2/22/20092060,221 4,899,061$1,072,807$84,064,71413
3/1/20093060,524+1% 4,959,585$1,010,769$85,075,48314
3/8/20091654,865-9% 5,014,450$1,035,034$86,110,51615

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/6/2010165,714 5,714$61,484$61,48480
6/27/2010178,644 28,805$86,356$292,16983

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