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Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $66,010,682Details
International Box Office $78,100,000
Worldwide Box Office $144,110,682
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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
41% - Rotten
Audience
38% - Spilled

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 22nd, 2005 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: October 25th, 2005 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: G
Running Time: 102 minutes
Franchise: Herbie
Comparisons: vs. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
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Keywords: Auto Racing, Visual Effects
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,229 $37,495 Oct 7, 2005 110
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,071 $78,426 Sep 30, 2005 103
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,013 $116,674 Sep 23, 2005 96
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 963 $159,425 Sep 16, 2005 89
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 976 $201,442 Sep 9, 2005 82
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 781 $331,805 Sep 2, 2005 75
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,169 $267,317 Aug 26, 2005 68
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,075 $133,512 Aug 19, 2005 61
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,966 $218,360 Aug 12, 2005 54
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,022 $331,846 Aug 5, 2005 47
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,984 $653,560 Jul 29, 2005 40
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,469 $2,020,307 Jul 22, 2005 33
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,313 $3,619,074 Jul 15, 2005 26
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 952 $50,174,000 Jul 8, 2005 21
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,156 $6,060,511 Jul 8, 2005 19
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,227 $8,818,055 Jul 1, 2005 12
Biggest June Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 356 $12,709,221 Jun 24, 2005 5
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,432 $12,709,221 Jun 24, 2005 5
Widest Opening Weekend 299 3,521 Jun 24, 2005 5

Cast

Lindsay Lohan    Maggie Peyton
Breckin Meyer    Ray Peyton Jr.
Matt Dillon    Trip Murphy
Michael Keaton    Ray Peyton Sr.
Justin Long    Kevin
Cheryl Hines    Sally
Thomas Lennon    Larry Murphy

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    Mark Mothersbaugh
Second Unit Camera    Igor Meglic
Additional Music Editor    Jeanette Surga

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November 12th, 2005

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November 5th, 2005

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October 16th, 2005

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October 9th, 2005

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October 2nd, 2005

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September 25th, 2005

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September 18th, 2005

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September 11th, 2005

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August 24th, 2005

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August 10th, 2005

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/24 4 $12,709,221   3,521 $3,610   $17,745,586 5
2005/07/01 5 $8,818,055 -31% 3,521 $2,504   $35,149,843 12
2005/07/08 6 $6,060,511 -31% 3,002 $2,019   $48,292,675 19
2005/07/15 8 $3,619,074 -40% 2,481 $1,459   $55,966,221 26
2005/07/22 12 $2,020,307 -44% 1,953 $1,034   $60,327,540 33
2005/07/29 15 $653,560 -68% 771 $848   $62,658,313 40
2005/08/05 20 $331,846 -49% 454 $731   $63,517,121 47
2005/08/12 28 $218,360 -34% 284 $769   $63,779,991 54
2005/08/19 34 $133,512 -39% 201 $664   $64,281,751 61
2005/08/26 27 $267,317 +100% 366 $730   $64,636,676 68
2005/09/02 27 $331,805 +24% 394 $842   $65,113,695 75
2005/09/09 32 $201,442 -39% 310 $650   $65,487,261 82
2005/09/16 37 $159,425 -21% 245 $651   $65,689,454 89
2005/09/23 39 $116,674 -27% 201 $580   $65,837,881 96
2005/09/30 47 $78,426 -33% 170 $461   $65,942,664 103
2005/10/07 54 $37,495 -52% 91 $412   $66,002,004 110

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/22 3 $2,702,433   3,301 $819   $2,702,433 1
2005/06/23 3 $2,330,000 -14% 3,301 $706   $5,032,000 2
2005/06/24 5 $4,121,933 +77% 3,301 $1,249   $9,158,298 3
2005/06/25 4 $4,922,748 +19% 3,301 $1,491   $14,081,046 4
2005/06/26 4 $3,664,540 -26% 3,301 $1,110   $17,745,586 5
2005/06/27 4 $1,905,000 -48% 3,521 $541   $19,651,000 6
2005/06/28 4 $2,205,000 +16% 3,521 $626   $22,011,000 7
2005/06/29 3 $2,190,000 -1% 3,521 $622   $24,218,000 8
2005/06/30 3 $2,101,139 -4% 3,521 $597   $26,331,788 9
2005/07/01 5 $3,000,684 +43% 3,521 $852   $29,332,472 10
2005/07/02 5 $3,152,014 +5% 3,521 $895   $32,484,486 11
2005/07/03 5 $2,665,357 -15% 3,521 $757   $35,149,843 12
2005/07/04 4 $1,943,995 -27% 3,521 $552   $37,093,838 13
2005/07/05 4 $1,660,000 -15% 3,521 $471   $38,754,000 14
2005/07/06 3 $1,803,609 +9% 3,521 $512   $40,574,000 15
2005/07/07 3 $1,685,000 -7% 3,521 $479   $42,247,000 16
2005/07/08 6 $2,176,979 +29% 3,002 $725   $44,409,143 17
2005/07/09 6 $2,341,851 +8% 3,002 $780   $46,750,994 18
2005/07/10 7 $1,541,681 -34% 3,002 $514   $48,292,675 19
2005/07/11 6 $865,000 -44% 3,002 $288   $49,158,000 20
2005/07/12 6 $1,010,000 +17% 3,002 $336   $50,174,000 21
2005/07/13 4 $1,140,000 +13% 3,002 $380   $51,321,000 22
2005/07/14 5 $1,057,052 -7% 3,002 $352   $52,347,147 23
2005/07/15 8 $1,086,061 +3% 2,481 $438   $53,433,208 24
2005/07/16 8 $1,433,478 +32% 2,481 $578   $54,866,686 25
2005/07/17 8 $1,099,535 -23% 2,481 $443   $55,966,221 26
2005/07/18 8 $530,000 -52% 2,481 $214   $56,496,000 27
2005/07/19 7 $602,358 +14% 2,481 $243   $57,122,000 28
2005/07/20 7 $580,000 -4% 2,481 $234   $57,704,000 29
2005/07/21 7 $593,730 +2% 2,481 $239   $58,307,233 30
2005/09/05 24 $105,674   394 $268   $65,219,369 76
2005/10/10 46 $8,678   91 $95   $66,010,682 111

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/24 4 $21,295,423   3,521 $6,048   $26,331,788 9
2005/07/01 4 $15,900,376 -25% 3,521 $4,516   $42,232,164 16
2005/07/08 6 $10,114,983 -36% 3,002 $3,369   $52,347,147 23
2005/07/15 8 $5,960,086 -41% 2,481 $2,402   $58,307,233 30
2005/07/22 12 $3,697,520 -38% 1,953 $1,893   $62,004,753 37
2005/07/29 15 $1,180,522 -68% 771 $1,531   $63,185,275 44
2005/08/05 23 $376,356 -68% 454 $829   $63,561,631 51
2005/08/12 22 $586,608 +56% 284 $2,066   $64,148,239 58
2005/08/19 31 $221,120 -62% 201 $1,100   $64,369,359 65
2005/08/26 29 $412,531 +87% 366 $1,127   $64,781,890 72
2005/09/02 27 $503,929 +22% 394 $1,279   $65,285,819 79
2005/09/09 33 $244,210 -52% 310 $788   $65,530,029 86
2005/09/16 39 $191,178 -22% 245 $780   $65,721,207 93
2005/09/23 41 $143,031 -25% 201 $712   $65,864,238 100
2005/09/30 47 $100,271 -30% 170 $590   $65,964,509 107
2005/10/07 56 $46,173 -54% 91 $507   $66,010,682 114

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