Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $249,538,952Details
International Box Office $547,149,597
Worldwide Box Office $796,688,549
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$130,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 4th, 2004 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
June 4th, 2004 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: November 23rd, 2004 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for frightening moments, creature violence and mild language
Franchise: Harry Potter
Keywords: Wrongfully Convicted, Werewolf, Time Travel, Boarding School, IMAX: DMR, Visual Effects
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

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Analysis: Harry Potter and the Big Pile of Money

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Village\'s Population Grows

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Stuck in Neutral

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Village Leads Limp Box Office

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Robot Tops Very Light Competition

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2004 Summer Preview - Part 3: June


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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/06/04 1 $38,268,295   3,855 $9,927   $38,268,295 1
2004/06/05 1 $31,493,867 -18% 3,855 $8,170   $69,762,162 2
2004/06/06 1 $23,925,205 -24% 3,855 $6,206   $93,687,367 3
2004/06/07 1 $8,428,000 -65% 3,855 $2,186   $102,116,000 4
2004/06/08 1 $7,247,000 -14% 3,855 $1,880   $109,363,000 5
2004/06/09 1 $6,878,000 -5% 3,855 $1,784   $116,242,000 6
2004/06/10 1 $6,823,000 -1% 3,855 $1,770   $123,065,000 7
2004/06/11 1 $11,000,000 +61% 3,855 $2,853   $134,100,000 8
2004/06/12 1 $13,541,888 +23% 3,855 $3,513   $147,946,953 9
2004/06/13 1 $10,028,089 -26% 3,855 $2,601   $157,975,042 10
2004/06/14 1 $3,988,000 -60% 3,855 $1,035   $161,963,000 11
2004/06/15 1 $3,742,000 -6% 3,855 $971   $165,706,000 12
2004/06/16 1 $3,623,000 -3% 3,855 $940   $169,329,000 13
2004/06/17 1 $3,568,000 -2% 3,855 $926   $172,898,000 14
2004/06/18 3 $5,300,000 +49% 3,805 $1,393   $178,200,000 15
2004/06/19 3 $7,109,213 +34% 3,805 $1,868   $185,308,202 16
2004/06/20 2 $5,617,051 -21% 3,805 $1,476   $190,925,253 17
2004/06/21 2 $2,365,000 -58% 3,805 $622   $193,291,000 18
2004/06/22 2 $2,606,000 +10% 3,805 $685   $195,897,000 19
2004/06/23 3 $2,155,000 -17% 3,805 $566   $198,052,000 20
2004/06/24 3 $2,238,000 +4% 3,805 $588   $200,290,000 21
2004/06/25 6 $3,400,000 +52% 3,404 $999   $203,700,000 22
2004/06/26 6 $4,468,178 +31% 3,404 $1,313   $208,167,392 23
2004/06/27 6 $3,370,156 -25% 3,404 $990   $211,537,548 24
2004/06/28 5 $1,576,000 -53% 3,404 $463   $213,114,000 25
2004/06/29 5 $1,559,000 -1% 3,404 $458   $214,673,000 26
2004/06/30 7 $1,204,000 -23% 3,004 $401   $215,877,000 27
2004/07/01 8 $1,301,000 +8% 3,004 $433   $217,179,000 28
2004/07/02 8 $1,916,300 +47% 2,725 $703   $219,095,300 29
2004/07/03 7 $2,307,366 +20% 2,725 $847   $221,402,666 30
2004/07/04 7 $1,714,808 -26% 2,725 $629   $223,117,013 31
2004/07/05 7 $2,602,703 +52% 2,725 $955   $225,719,716 32
2004/07/06 8 $1,085,000 -58% 2,725 $398   $226,804,716 33
2004/07/07 9 $951,000 -12% 2,725 $349   $227,755,716 34
2004/07/08 9 $987,000 +4% 2,725 $362   $228,743,000 35
2004/07/10 10 $1,578,228   2,002 $788   $231,478,906 37
2004/07/11 10 $1,316,786 -17% 2,002 $658   $232,795,692 38
2004/07/12 10 $688,000 -48% 2,002 $344   $233,484,000 39
2004/07/13 11 $721,000 +5% 2,002 $360   $234,205,000 40
2004/07/14 10 $706,000 -2% 2,002 $353   $234,911,000 41
2004/07/15 10 $675,000 -4% 2,002 $337   $235,587,000 42
2004/07/16 12 $732,218 +8% 1,460 $502   $236,318,852 43
2004/07/17 12 $1,042,989 +42% 1,460 $714   $237,361,841 44
2004/07/18 11 $982,838 -6% 1,460 $673   $238,344,679 45
2004/07/20 10 $448,000   1,460 $307   $239,234,000 47
2004/07/21 10 $427,000 -5% 1,460 $292   $239,662,000 48
2004/07/22 10 $431,000 +1% 1,460 $295   $240,093,000 49
2004/07/23 11 $400,000 -7% 1,008 $397   $240,500,000 50
2004/07/24 11 $678,520 +70% 1,008 $673   $241,216,997 51
2004/07/25 11 $553,362 -18% 1,008 $549   $241,770,359 52

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/06/04 1 $93,687,367   3,855 $24,303   $93,687,367 3
2004/06/11 1 $34,910,393 -63% 3,855 $9,056   $157,975,042 10
2004/06/18 3 $18,027,466 -48% 3,805 $4,738   $190,925,253 17
2004/06/25 6 $11,247,412 -38% 3,404 $3,304   $211,537,548 24
2004/07/02 7 $5,938,474 -47% 2,725 $2,179   $223,117,013 31
2004/07/09 11 $4,052,317 -32% 2,002 $2,024   $232,795,692 38
2004/07/16 12 $2,758,045 -32% 1,460 $1,889   $238,344,679 45
2004/07/23 12 $1,677,458 -39% 1,008 $1,664   $241,770,359 52
2004/07/30 17 $989,449 -41% 605 $1,635   $243,910,542 59
2004/08/06 19 $728,248 -26% 409 $1,781   $245,332,214 66
2004/08/13 23 $451,429 -38% 310 $1,456   $246,244,214 73
2004/08/20 25 $353,507 -22% 248 $1,425   $246,900,818 80
2004/08/27 23 $485,683 +37% 391 $1,242   $247,598,604 87
2004/09/03 24 $413,441 -15% 391 $1,057   $248,195,631 94
2004/09/10 30 $203,877 -51% 321 $635   $248,619,248 101
2004/09/17 34 $170,088 -17% 228 $746   $248,854,854 108
2004/09/24 36 $137,868 -19% 246 $560   $249,031,885 115
2004/10/01 44 $64,387 -53% 164 $393   $249,133,782 122
2004/10/08 41 $43,500 -32% 119 $366   $249,194,525 129
2004/10/15 45 $52,709 +21% 74 $712   $249,266,986 136
2004/10/22 52 $42,933 -19% 55 $781   $249,319,248 143
2004/10/29 48 $31,662 -26% 55 $576   $249,358,727 150
2004/11/26 53 $31,880   34 $938   $249,509,413 178

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/12/200614151,647 151,647$1,510,662$1,510,66268
3/19/20061687,035-43% 238,682$867,739$2,378,40169
3/26/20062156,935-35% 295,617$567,642$2,946,04370
11/26/200617461,210 1,284,679$0$8,617,945105
7/15/20072137,128 1,844,321$352,345$14,767,012138
7/22/20072435,066-6% 1,879,387$332,776$15,099,789139
7/29/20073024,043-31% 1,903,430$228,168$15,327,957140
8/12/20072549,588 1,978,191$636,075$16,273,282142
4/17/20112825,898 2,091,210$470,701$17,891,694334
7/10/20113015,335 2,107,261$301,328$18,206,405346
7/17/20112621,712+42% 2,128,973$389,279$18,595,684347
7/31/20112421,339 2,150,821$401,929$19,006,661349
11/13/20112052,916 2,213,004$713,308$19,887,141364

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/17/20111027,441 93,863$960,167$3,266,831334
7/17/20111611,947 130,092$368,935$4,392,175347
7/31/2011724,558 156,639$761,037$5,214,849349
8/21/20112014,526 182,246$450,153$6,008,395352
11/13/20111323,264 223,764$720,963$7,295,054364

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Cast

Daniel Radcliffe    Harry Potter
Rupert Grint    Ron Weasley
Emma Watson    Hermione Granger
Gary Oldman    Sirius Black
David Thewlis    Remus Lupin
Michael Gambon    Dumbledore
Alan Rickman    Professor Snape
Maggie Smith    Professor McGonagall
Robbie Coltrane    Rubeus Hagrid
Tom Felton    Draco Malfoy
Emma Thompson    Sybill Trelawney
Julie Walters    Mrs. Molly Weasley
Timothy Spall    Peter Pettigrew
Julie Christie    Madam Rosmerta
Warwick Davis    Professor Flitwick
Dawn French    The Fat Lady
Fiona Shaw    Aunt Petunia Dursley
Richard Griffiths    Uncle Vernon
Pam Ferris    Aunt Marge
Harry Melling    Dudley Dursley
Adrian Rawlins    James Potter
Geraldine Somerville    Lily Potter
Lenny Henry    Shrunken Head
Lee Ingleby    Stan Shunpike
Jimmy Gardner    Ernie the Bus Driver
Oliver Phelps    George Weasley
James Phelps    Fred Weasley
Chris Rankin    Percy Weasley
Bonnie Wright    Ginny Weasley
Mark Williams    Mr. Arthur Weasley
David Bradley    Argus Filch
Matthew Lewis    Neville Longbottom
Robert Hardy    Cornelius Fudge
Jamie Waylett    Vincent Crabbe
Josh Herdman    Gregory Goyle
Alfie Enoch    Dean Thomas
Devon Murray    Seamus Finnigan

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Alfonso Cuarón
Executive Producer    Michael Barnathan
Executive Producer    Callum McDougall
Executive Producer    Tanya Seghatchian
Producer    David Heyman
Screenwriter    Steve Kloves
Story Creator    J.K. Rowling
Cinematographer    Michael Seresin
Production Designer    Stuart Craig
Editor    Steven Weisberg
Composer    John Williams