Hellboy 2: The Golden Army

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $75,986,503Details
International Box Office $84,401,560
Worldwide Box Office $160,388,063
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $47,473,016 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,906,510 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,379,526
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
86% - Certified Fresh
Audience
70% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$82,500,000
Domestic Releases: July 11th, 2008 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: November 11th, 2008 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action and violence, and some language.
Franchise: Hellboy
Keywords: Dark Horse Comics, Good vs. Evil, Demons
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero

Cast

   Hellboy
Selma Blair    Liz Sherman
Doug Jones    Abe Sapien
Jeffrey Tambor    Tom Manning
John Hurt    Trevor 'Broom' Bruttenholm
Luke Goss    Prince Nuada
Seth MacFarlane    Johann Kraus

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    Danny Elfman
Cinematographer    Guillermo Navarro

DVD Sales: Dark Knight and Up Share Black Friday Honors

Black Friday sales gave a decidedly retro look to the DVD sales chart for the week ending November 29. All major retailers were offering deeply discounted prices of catalog titles, including $4 deals at Target for Elf, Sex and the City and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, among others, and Best Buy offering Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and Forgetting Sarah Marshall at the same price. Walmart wasn't going to be outdone though, and offered some DVD titles, including Hellboy 2, Mummy 3, I am Legend and Casino Royale in limited quantities at just $2. The real champion of the bargain basement, however, was The Dark Knight, which was available for $5 at Walmart, and $4 at both Target and Best Buy. With low, low prices, the unit volumes for the week were astronomical, but overall spending was actually down from 2008 thanks to the price cuts. More...

Contest - Astounding Success

There's only one saturation level release next week, Hannah Montana the Movie, and it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Hannah Montana the Movie. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a AstoundStereo T-shirt, coupon, as well as a copy of Hellboy II - The Golden Army on DVD, which is the first DVD mastered in AstoundSurround. This person will also win a copy of Kung Fu Panda - Secrets of the Furious Five on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of JAG - Season 8 on DVD, as well as a copy of Kung Fu Panda - Secrets of the Furious Five on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Awards Season - Oscar Nods far from Curious

For a year without an obvious front-runner for the Oscar race, there were not a whole lot of surprises when it came to the nominations. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced their nominations today and leading the way was The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with thirteen while Slumdog Millionaire was second with ten. More...

DVD Rentals - Tropic Vacation

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DVD Sales - WALL-E Sales Out of this World

WALL-E was the biggest new release of the week, as it topped the sales chart with an impressive 6.20 million units sold and $112.07 million in consumer retail spending. This is the best opening week for a DVD since At World's End sold more than 8 million units during its opening week last year and it instantly puts the DVD into second place for the year. More...

DVD Rentals - Golden Army for Rent

While there were four new releases in the top five on the sales chart this week, it was the exact opposite on the rental charts as there was only one new release to reach top five. That new release, Hellboy II - The Golden Army, came out on top, and generated over 40% more revenue than second place Kung Fu Panda. More...

DVD Sales - Panda Fights its Way to the Top

The number of new releases reached double digits on the sales chart this week, if you include Kung Fu Panda, which got a two-day jump on sales last week. This week it took first place with 3.76 million units sold and $63.91 million in revenue for totals of 4.54 million and $77.42 million. More...

International Details - High School Graduates to the Century Mark

High School Musical 3: Senior Year remained in second place with $14.63 million on 4413 screens in 30 markets for a total of $110.38 million internationally. This is more than it will make domestically by the end of its run, and at this pace hitting $200 million worldwide will not be an issue, as it has openings in Russia, Australia, and Japan still to go. Its biggest market of the weekend was Italy where it made $2.60 million on 487 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.02 million. Meanwhile, its biggest market overall was the U.K. with $31.44 million, including $2.39 million on 470 screens over the past weekend. More...

DVD Releases for November 11, 2008 - Part I

I have just one word to describe this week's DVD Release Report, and that word is, 'Ggrrghfuul.' 'Ggrrghfuul' is the sound one makes after reviewing 19 DVDs in one week, and I wasn't even able to put a dent in my pile of late DVDs. (On a related note, I have never been late reviewing a movie, as long as it arrives before the weekend before the movie is released. Given how busy some weeks have been, that's quite a feat.) As for the actual releases, there are a number of top-notch offerings coming out on Tuesday, and one that came out on Sunday. These include Firefly - The Complete Series - Blu-ray - Buy from Amazon, Hellboy 2 - The Golden Army - Buy from Amazon: 3-Disc DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray Collector's Edition, and Sunset Boulevard - Centennial Collection - Buy from Amazon. All three are worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week, and I'm not going to bother to narrow it down further. Additionally, there are two late releases featured on this week's list, Futurama - Bender's Game - Buy from Amazon: DVD or Blu-ray and Kung Fu Panda - Buy from Amazon: DVD, With Secrets of the Furious Five, or Blu-ray, and both of these are also worthy of DVD Pick of the Week Honors. As expected with such a massive amount of releases, the list has been split into two and the second part can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for November 11, 2008 - Part II

I have just one word to describe this week's DVD Release Report, and that word is, 'Ggrrghfuul.' 'Ggrrghfuul' is the sound one makes after reviewing 19 DVDs in one week, and I wasn't even able to put a dent in my pile of late DVDs. (On a related note, I have never been late reviewing a movie, as long as it arrives before the weekend before the movie is released. Given how busy some weeks have been, that's quite a feat.) As for the actual releases, there are a number of top-notch offerings coming out on Tuesday, and one that came out on Sunday. These include Firefly - The Complete Series - Blu-ray - Buy from Amazon, Hellboy 2 - The Golden Army - Buy from Amazon: 3-Disc DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray Collector's Edition, and Sunset Boulevard - Centennial Collection - Buy from Amazon. All three are worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week, and I'm not going to bother to narrow it down further. Additionally, there are two late releases featured on this week's list, Futurama - Bender's Game - Buy from Amazon: DVD or Blu-ray and Kung Fu Panda - Buy from Amazon: DVD, With Secrets of the Furious Five, or Blu-ray, and both of these are also worthy of DVD Pick of the Week Honors. As expected with such a massive amount of releases, the list has been split into two and the first part can be found here. More...

International Details - World Sees Saw

Saw V slipped a spot to sixth place with $6.44 million on 1703 screens in 26 markets for a total of $16.52 million. This week it opened in fourth place in Russia with $745,000 on 200 screens while in earned seventh place in Mexico with just $148,000 on 120 screens. As far as holdovers go, the film fell more than 60% in the U.K. to $1.55 million on 367 screens for a total of $7.53 million. More...

International Details - Number One is Number Six

Public Enemy Number One Part 1 opened in first place in France with $5.66 million on 489 screens. Adding in a couple of smaller markets and it pulled in $5.80 million on 527 screens in 3 markets over the weekend, landing in sixth place internationally. More...

International Details - Barcelona Strong in France, Italy

Vicky Cristina Barcelona remained in sixth place internationally with $6.66 million on 1136 screens in 11 markets for a total of $22.85 million after a month of release. This includes France, where the film remained in first place with $3.15 million on 443 screens for the week and $7.68 million after two. Meanwhile, it opened in Italy with $2.16 million on 378 screens, which was enough for second place in that market. More...

International Details - Eye on the Prize

Eagle Eye opened in sixth place on the international chart with $4.51 million on 1,124 screens in 13 markets, much of that coming from two markets: Australia and Mexico. In the former it made $1.42 million on 231 screens while in the latter it made just a hair under $900,000 on 350 screens. In both markets the film finished in second place, while it opens in major markets every week until the end of October, while it doesn't end its run until early next year. More...

International Details - Mummy Still Rules

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor fell more than 50% this past weekend down to $4.24 million on 2905 screens in 46 markets for a total of $276.19 million internationally. It had no major market openings this past weekend, but added $1.36 million on 361 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $5.13 million. More...

International Details - Journey on the International Box Office

Journey To The Centre of the Earth opened in first place in Australia by a huge margin with $2.87 million on 362 screens, more than four times its nearest competitor. Overall the film made $6.41 million on 1417 screens in 27 markets for a total of $57.65 million, with a few smaller openings from now till its debut in Japan at the end of October. More...

International Details - Wanted Still in Demand

Wanted failed to reach first place during its opening in Germany, but still rose dramatically earning sixth internationally with $6.13 million on 1590 screens in 29 markets for a total of $147.68 million. In Germany is finished in second place behind The Dark Knight's third weekend of release earning $3.18 million on 444 screens, which is still impressive. Next up is Spain this weekend, while it opens wide in Japan next weekend and China early in October. More...

International Details - Zohan Messes with the International Box Office

You Don't Mess With The Zohan slipped out of the top five with $7.96 million on 2296 screens in 33 markets for a total of $69.53 million internationally, which is more than Adam Sandler's previous film made in total internationally. This week the film opened in France landing in 10th place with just $816,000, but it was playing on just 171 screens. On the other hand, it added $1.66 million on 335 screens in Spain for a two-week total of $6.45 million. More...

International Details - Hell Pulls in the Gold

Hellboy 2: The Golden Army returned to the international chart in sixth place with $7.20 million on 828 screens in 14 markets for a total of $32.93 million. Of that weekend haul, $5.45 million was earned on 464 screens in the U.K., where it topped the charts this past weekend. Compared to the original, this film has made more domestically and more worldwide, while it is nearing its international total with openings in Australia, Spain, Brazil, Germany, France, and other markets left ahead of it. 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...

International Details - Panda Continues to Perform

For the third week in a row, Kung Fu Panda performed excellently on the international scene, but was not on par with the top of the chart. Over the previous weekend, the film finished in third place with $29.02 million on 4460 screens in 51 screens for a total of $273.20 million. This week the film opened three of the four Scandinavian markets including Denmark where it opened in first place with $1.10 million on 87 screens over the weekend and $1.23 million in total. Meanwhile, the film only managed third in Norway with $834,000 on 105 screens over the weekend and $1.2 million in total and it managed third place in Sweden with $689,000 on 149 screens and $840,000 in total. Additionally, the film made $3.02 million on 466 screens over the weekend for a total of $27.57 million after three weeks. Next up for the film is Japan this weekend while it opens in Italy at the end of the month. More...

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...

International Details - Panda Throws Its Weight Around

Kung Fu Panda grew to its biggest yet pulling in $45.32 million on 6314 screens in 49 markets for a total of $221.64 million. This includes openings in France where it placed second with $8.64 million on 743 screens for the full week and in Spain where it topped the charts with $6.29 million on 581 screens. The film's best holdover was The U.K. where it slipped a spot to third with $5.55 million on 456 screens for a two-week total of $21.57 million. It also held well in Germany adding $4.54 million on 838 screens for a two-week total of $11.14 million while it now has $20.38 million in Australia, including $3.17 million on 361 screens during this past weekend. Meanwhile, the film has yet to open in Italy or Japan, as well as a few other smaller markets, and should have no trouble reaching $300 million before long. More...

Friday Estimates: Dark Knight Smashes Single Day Record

The Dark Knight smashed the all-time single day record on Friday, according to Warner Bros.' estimate, with an extraordinary $66.4 million. That's more than $6 million ahead of the previous record-holder, Spider-Man 3, which earned $59,841,919 on its opening day last year. (See complete list of biggest single days at the box office.) More...

Darkest Before the Dawn

One of the most anticipated films of the year opens today and The Dark Knight should be huge. Absolutely huge. In fact, there are even those who think the film will make more than the top five did this time last year, which would be a huge boost to 2008 in its race with 2007. More...

Hellboy is Hot, Box Office is Not

As expected, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army debuted in top spot, but the overall box office was a little on the light side with a total of $151 million. This is 5.5% lower than last weekend, and more disturbingly, 16.6% lower than the same weekend last year. Year to date, 2008 is not behind 2007 by 2.4% at $5.04 billion to $5.16 billion. It is too early to push the panic button, but there is certainly reason to be concerned, especially if things don't turn around. More...

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No One the Best on Per Theater Chart

Tell No One showed strength during its expansion, which helped it take first place on the per theater chart with an average of $13,088 in 19 theaters. The overall box office leader, Hellboy 2 - The Golden Army, was the only other film to top $10,000 on the per theater chart with an average of $10,780. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hellboy Healthy, Journey Jovial, Dave Disastrous

The weekend belongs to Hellboy, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With $35.9 million, the franchise looks as though it's well and truly reborn, and a $100 million box office run seems assured. Journey to the Center of the Earth was also solid, with $20.6 million. That's particularly strong given the relatively small number of digital 3-D screens installed in the US so far. But the other opener had a harder time... More...

Movie Website Reviews for Weekend of July 11, 2008

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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...

Contest - Oh Boy

We have three wide releases coming out this week, and all three have at least a shot at $100 million. The one with the best chance is Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, which is not only the likely widest release of the week, but it is also earning perfect reviews so far. It is also the target film in this week's contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office of Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Sam & Max Freelance Police - The Complete Series on DVD and Transformers Animated - Transform and Roll Out on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win the second copy of Transformers Animated - Transform and Roll Out on DVD, as well as Superhero Movie on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2008 Preview: July

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/11 1 $13,729,140   3,204 $4,285   $13,729,140 1
2008/07/12 2 $11,662,555 -15% 3,204 $3,640   $25,391,695 2
2008/07/13 1 $9,147,420 -22% 3,204 $2,855   $34,539,115 3
2008/07/14 2 $3,716,640 -59% 3,204 $1,160   $38,255,755 4
2008/07/15 2 $3,188,120 -14% 3,204 $995   $41,443,875 5
2008/07/16 2 $2,674,335 -16% 3,204 $835   $44,118,210 6
2008/07/17 3 $2,290,860 -14% 3,204 $715   $46,409,070 7
2008/07/18 5 $3,276,240 +43% 3,212 $1,020   $49,685,310 8
2008/07/19 6 $3,709,875 +13% 3,212 $1,155   $53,395,185 9
2008/07/20 6 $3,131,700 -16% 3,212 $975   $56,526,885 10
2008/07/21 6 $1,172,380 -63% 3,212 $365   $57,699,265 11
2008/07/22 6 $1,157,325 -1% 3,212 $360   $58,856,590 12
2008/07/23 7 $1,060,145 -8% 3,212 $330   $59,916,735 13
2008/07/24 7 $1,042,885 -2% 3,212 $325   $60,959,620 14
2008/07/25 8 $1,508,885 +45% 3,018 $500   $62,468,505 15
2008/07/26 8 $1,961,700 +30% 3,018 $650   $64,430,205 16
2008/07/27 8 $1,629,720 -17% 3,018 $540   $66,059,925 17
2008/07/28 8 $693,445 -57% 3,018 $230   $66,753,370 18
2008/07/29 9 $695,125 n/c 3,018 $230   $67,448,495 19
2008/07/30 9 $648,870 -7% 3,018 $215   $68,097,365 20
2008/07/31 9 $648,445 n/c 3,018 $215   $68,745,810 21
2008/08/01 11 $724,830 +12% 1,959 $370   $69,470,640 22
2008/08/02 11 $1,038,270 +43% 1,959 $530   $70,508,910 23
2008/08/03 11 $725,425 -30% 1,959 $370   $71,234,335 24
2008/08/04 11 $342,825 -53% 1,959 $175   $71,577,160 25
2008/08/05 11 $323,235 -6% 1,959 $165   $71,900,395 26
2008/08/06 13 $195,195 -40% 1,959 $100   $72,095,590 27
2008/08/07 13 $189,090 -3% 1,959 $97   $72,284,680 28
2008/08/08 13 $359,260 +90% 1,012 $355   $72,643,940 29
2008/08/09 13 $526,255 +46% 1,012 $520   $73,170,195 30
2008/08/10 13 $369,380 -30% 1,012 $365   $73,539,575 31
2008/08/11 13 $161,920 -56% 1,012 $160   $73,701,495 32
2008/08/12 13 $157,250 -3% 1,012 $155   $73,858,745 33
2008/08/13 14 $114,150 -27% 1,012 $113   $73,972,895 34
2008/08/14 14 $102,735 -10% 1,012 $102   $74,075,630 35
2008/08/15 19 $165,945 +62% 481 $345   $74,241,575 36
2008/08/16 19 $230,880 +39% 481 $480   $74,472,455 37
2008/08/17 19 $144,325 -37% 481 $300   $74,616,780 38
2008/08/18 19 $60,125 -58% 481 $125   $74,676,905 39
2008/08/19 19 $62,530 +4% 481 $130   $74,739,435 40
2008/08/20 - $57,720 -8% 481 $120   $74,797,155 41
2008/08/21 21 $55,315 -4% 481 $115   $74,852,470 42
2008/08/22 - $77,220 +40% 286 $270   $74,929,690 43
2008/08/23 - $105,820 +37% 286 $370   $75,035,510 44
2008/08/24 - $72,930 -31% 286 $255   $75,108,440 45
2008/08/25 - $28,600 -61% 286 $100   $75,137,040 46
2008/08/26 - $29,170 +2% 286 $102   $75,166,210 47
2008/08/27 - $21,600 -26% 286 $76   $75,187,810 48
2008/08/28 - $20,020 -7% 286 $70   $75,207,830 49
2008/08/29 - $39,780 +99% 204 $195   $75,247,610 50
2008/08/30 - $65,280 +64% 204 $320   $75,312,890 51
2008/08/31 - $61,185 -6% 204 $300   $75,374,075 52
2008/09/01 35 $45,900 -25% 204 $225   $75,419,975 53
2008/09/02 - $13,260 -71% 204 $65   $75,433,235 54
2008/09/03 - $12,240 -8% 204 $60   $75,445,475 55
2008/09/04 - $12,225 n/c 204 $60   $75,457,700 56
2008/09/05 - $36,890 +202% 217 $170   $75,494,590 57
2008/09/06 - $66,185 +79% 217 $305   $75,560,775 58
2008/09/07 - $41,230 -38% 217 $190   $75,602,005 59
2008/09/08 - $10,850 -74% 217 $50   $75,612,855 60
2008/09/09 - $12,950 +19% 217 $60   $75,625,805 61
2008/09/10 - $11,935 -8% 217 $55   $75,637,740 62
2008/09/11 - $13,100 +10% 217 $60   $75,650,840 63
2008/09/12 - $25,760 +97% 217 $119   $75,676,600 64
2008/09/13 - $45,885 +78% 217 $211   $75,722,485 65
2008/09/14 - $32,185 -30% 217 $148   $75,754,670 66
2008/09/15 - $8,845 -73% 217 $41   $75,763,515 67
2008/09/16 - $9,660 +9% 217 $45   $75,773,175 68
2008/09/17 - $8,855 -8% 217 $41   $75,782,030 69
2008/09/18 - $9,755 +10% 217 $45   $75,791,785 70

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/07/11 1 $34,539,115   3,204 $10,780   $34,539,115 3
2008/07/18 5 $10,117,815 -71% 3,212 $3,150   $56,526,885 10
2008/07/25 8 $5,100,305 -50% 3,018 $1,690   $66,059,925 17
2008/08/01 11 $2,488,525 -51% 1,959 $1,270   $71,234,335 24
2008/08/08 13 $1,254,895 -50% 1,012 $1,240   $73,539,575 31
2008/08/15 19 $541,150 -57% 481 $1,125   $74,616,780 38
2008/08/22 28 $255,970 -53% 286 $895   $75,108,440 45
2008/08/29 35 $166,245 -35% 204 $815   $75,374,075 52
2008/09/05 36 $144,305 -13% 217 $665   $75,602,005 59
2008/09/12 37 $103,830 -28% 161 $645   $75,754,670 66

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/16/200821,007,736 1,007,736$18,011,266$18,011,2661
11/23/20084355,312-65% 1,363,048$6,316,239$24,327,5052
11/30/200814281,328-21% 1,644,376$5,693,600$30,021,1053
12/7/200812178,224-37% 1,822,600$3,428,174$33,449,2804
12/14/200825119,591-33% 1,942,191$2,366,431$35,815,7105
12/21/200817178,650+49% 2,120,841$3,465,613$39,281,3246
12/28/20082582,295-54% 2,203,136$1,524,869$40,806,1937
1/4/20092928,724-65% 2,231,860$543,455$41,349,6488
11/29/200926190,540 2,504,210$805,984$43,427,47955

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/4/20101515,340 15,340$767,897$767,89773

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