Hereafter

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $32,746,941Details
International Box Office $72,500,000
Worldwide Box Office $105,246,941
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $7,241,214 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,193,888 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $9,435,102
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
46% - Rotten
Audience
38% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 15th, 2010 (Exclusive) by Warner Bros.
October 22nd, 2010 (Expands Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: March 15th, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for mature thematic elements including disturbing disaster and accident images, and for brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2136, 9/1/2010)
Keywords: Psychics, Hauntings, Disaster, Twins
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: The Fighter Knocks Out the Competition

Only four new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart; however, all four landed on the top of the chart. Leading the was way The Fighter with 880,000 units and $13.20 million during its first week on the home market. Barbie: A Fairy Secret was fairly close behind with 630,000 / $7.86 million. Hereafter was a ways back with 309,000 units / $4.32 million. The final new release to chart was The Switch in fourth place, which was very close behind, especially in terms of dollars, at 288,000 units / $4.32 million. Megamind fell from second to fifth with 267,000 units / $4.00 million for the week and 2.31 million units / $32.66 million after four. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 15th, 2011

Another exhaustingly slow week. It seems like forever since there was a week with two or more top-tier releases. There is one film that was a hit both at the box office and with critics, The Fighter, while most of the rest failed to succeed in both areas and during a normal week many would have not even been worth mentioning. That said, The Fighter would have been a contender for Pick of the Week even if the competition was stronger than average and the DVD or the Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack is worth grabbing. More...

International Box Office: Tangled Returns to Top

Tangled opened in first place in the U.K. and that helped it climb back into first place internationally this weekend. In the U.K., it earned $8.11 million on 445 screens, which is roughly equivalent to its opening here. It's a little complicated comparing the two, as it opened on a Wednesday domestically, and it also opened on a major holiday. It was a better opening than Despicable Me, and that film earned just over $30 million in the U.K. along and almost $300 million internationally. Overall Tangled added $17.34 million on 4,534 screens in 37 markets for totals of $256.54 million internationally and $446.12 million worldwide. At this pace, $500 million worldwide is practically a lock. More...

International Box Office: Hornet Stings the Competition

Thanks to a combination of solid openings and better than expected holds, The Green Hornet was able to climb into top spot with $18.53 million on 4706 screens in 43 markets for a total of $37.55 million after just two weeks of release. In Australia, the film earned first place with $2.99 million on just 289 screens for a very impressive per screen average. It was also the biggest hit in Mexico with $2.55 million on 439 screens. On the other hand, it struggled in Japan opening in third place with $1.80 million on 459 screens. With a per screen average of well under $5000, it will likely disappear quite quickly in that market. On the up side, the film held well in most major markets down just 30% in France to $1.37 million on 495 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.66 million after two. In Germany it was down just 35% to $2.69 million on 612 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.81 million, also after two. While it was down 37% in the U.K. to $1.90 million on 431 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $6.11 million. With openings in South Korea, Italy, Russia, and Brazil ahead, it could top $100 million internationally and $200 million worldwide. That would be more than enough to be considered a success. More...

Awards Season: Oscars Offer a Truly Regal Performance

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning, thus ending months of speculation. Along with a (very) few surprises, the list of nominees is mostly a case of Deja Vu. Leading the way, as it has so often this year, was The King's Speech, with 12 nominations, including six in seven of the most prestigious categories (Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, and the four acting categories). But it was far from the only multi-nominated film on the list. More...

Halloween Helps Scare Up Movie Business

As expected, Halloween hurt the overall box office, which plummeted 27% from last weekend to just $95 million from Friday to Sunday. However, the top film on the chart did do better than expected on Sunday, while the overall box office was 5% higher than the same weekend last year when Halloween fell on a Saturday. Year-to-date, 2010 still has a 3% lead over 2009 with a running tally of $8.78 billion, while there's very little time left to blow that lead. On the other hand, ticket sales are down 2%, so there's little hope to catch up in that regard. More...

Last Chance to See Saw?

Halloween falls on Sunday this year, and is generally a bad day at the box office, which will likely result in a massive drop-off for most films this weekend. However, there is one horror film opening wide, plus another that opened last weekend that could benefit. The overall effect will still likely be negative, but this time last year, Halloween fell on a Saturday, which is a lot worse for business. So 2010 could still come out on top in the year-over-year comparison, even if it is a close race. More...

Better than Normal

I'm not willing to say the slump is over after just one weekend, but we did finally see some real positive signs over the weekend. Not only did the number one film top expectations, but no film in the top five really flopped. In fact, only one film in the top ten fell more than 33.6%. Overall the box office was down 2% from last week earning $129 million; however, it was up by 12% over the same weekend last year, which is far more important. A double-digit increase in the year-over-year comparison was pretty commonplace earlier in the year, so hopefully this is a portent of things to come, and not just a momentary blip. Year-to-date 2010 has now earned $8.65 billion giving it a 3.4% lead over 2009's running tally of $8.37 billion. More...

Will 2010 Return to Normal?

For much of the year, 2010 has been a banner year at the box office. We've already broken records for the most $300 million movies in the calendar year, 2010 is the first year where two films released during the same year, have reached $1 billion worldwide. We are currently nearly $300 million ahead of last year's pace. However, recently things have not been quite as rosy and we've seen declines on a year-over-year basis five of the past six weeks. Will that change this weekend? There are some positive signs. For instance, this time last year there were three or four wide releases. (It depends on your definition of "Wide".) All four failed to reach initial expectations, dramatically in some cases. This leaves a real opportunity for 2010 to expand its lead. There is only one movie opening wide, plus another expanding wide, but perhaps the lack of competition will be good for the two films. More...

Nothing Comes Before Hereafter on the Per Theater Chart

Clint Eastwood's latest film, Hereafter, topped the per theater chart over the weekend with an impressive average of $36,720 in six theaters. It expands wide on Friday, so this fast start was important. The overall box office leader, Jackass 3D, was well back in second place with an average of $16,343, but that's amazing for this type of movie and this time of year. Vision managed $11,406 in its lone theater, while Carlos opened with an average of $10,003 in two theaters, which is literally one ticket away from missing the $10,000 mark. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jackass Knocks it Out the Park

Jackass 3D is set to record the biggest October weekend ever, according to Paramount's Sunday estimate. With $50 million over the weekend, the movie will also set a new mark for a factually-based movie, beating the record held by its predecessor in the series, Jackass: Number Two. Although the debate on 3D's long-term future continues, this is a movie that seems to be perfectly suited to the medium. Expect to see talk of Jackass 4D very soon. We don't even dare to speculate what the 4th D will entail. More...

Limited Releases have Conviction

It looks like we are getting closer and closer to Awards Season with two Oscar potential films coming out this week. At least there are two films that look like they were made to win Oscars. I'm not sure either has what it takes. Other limited releases include two films opening in several hundred theaters, both of which could struggle. There should be at least a couple to find some measure of mainstream success, but I'm unwilling to bet which films those will be. More...

Cast

Matt Damon    George Lonegan
CÚcile de France    Marie LeLay
Jay Mohr    Billy
Bryce Dallas Howard    Melanie
George McLaren    Marcus
Frankie McLaren    Jason
Thierry Neuvic    Didier
Marthe Keller    Dr. Rousseau
Derek Jacobi    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Clint Eastwood
Screenwriter    Peter Morgan
Producer    Clint Eastwood
Producer    Kathleen Kennedy
Producer    Robert Lorenz
Executive Producer    Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer    Frank Marshall
Executive Producer    Peter Morgan
Executive Producer    Tim Moore
Cinematographer    Tom Stern
Editor    Joel Cox
Editor    Gary D. Roach
Composer    Clint Eastwood
Production Designer    James J. Murakami
Supervising Sound Editor    Patrick Sullivan
Set Decorator    Gary Fettis
Costume Designer    Deborah Hopper
Sound Mixer    Walt Martin
Supervising Sound Editor    Alan Robert Murray
Supervising Sound Editor    Bub Asman
Re-recording Mixer    John Reitz
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Visual Effects Supervisor    Michael Owens
Stunt Coordinator    Rob Inch
Stunt Coordinator    B.L. Richmond
Stunt Coordinator    Thom Williams
Assistant Director    David M. Bernstein
Casting Director    Fiona Weir

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/10/15 - $60,701   6 $10,117   $60,701 1
2010/10/16 - $93,398 +54% 6 $15,566   $154,099 2
2010/10/17 - $66,223 -29% 6 $11,037   $220,322 3
2010/10/18 - $20,233 -69% 6 $3,372   $240,555 4
2010/10/19 - $21,577 +7% 6 $3,596   $262,132 5
2010/10/20 - $26,750 +24% 8 $3,344   $288,882 6
2010/10/21 - $26,475 -1% 8 $3,309   $315,357 7
2010/10/22 4 $4,131,476 +15,505% 2,181 $1,894   $4,446,833 8
2010/10/23 4 $4,907,547 +19% 2,181 $2,250   $9,354,380 9
2010/10/24 4 $2,979,124 -39% 2,181 $1,366   $12,333,504 10
2010/10/25 4 $887,411 -70% 2,181 $407   $13,220,915 11
2010/10/26 4 $1,010,339 +14% 2,181 $463   $14,231,254 12
2010/10/27 4 $829,180 -18% 2,181 $380   $15,060,434 13
2010/10/28 4 $781,036 -6% 2,181 $358   $15,841,470 14
2010/10/29 5 $2,076,209 +166% 2,424 $857   $17,917,679 15
2010/10/30 5 $2,725,028 +31% 2,424 $1,124   $20,642,707 16
2010/10/31 5 $1,621,090 -41% 2,424 $669   $22,263,797 17
2010/11/01 5 $558,208 -66% 2,424 $230   $22,822,005 18
2010/11/02 5 $731,142 +31% 2,424 $302   $23,553,147 19
2010/11/03 5 $572,323 -22% 2,424 $236   $24,125,470 20
2010/11/04 6 $584,199 +2% 2,424 $241   $24,709,669 21
2010/11/05 9 $1,194,151 +104% 2,365 $505   $25,903,820 22
2010/11/06 8 $1,838,001 +54% 2,365 $777   $27,741,821 23
2010/11/07 9 $979,245 -47% 2,365 $414   $28,721,066 24
2010/11/08 8 $274,225 -72% 2,365 $116   $28,995,291 25
2010/11/09 8 $344,454 +26% 2,365 $146   $29,339,745 26
2010/11/10 10 $319,311 -7% 2,205 $145   $29,659,056 27
2010/11/11 10 $471,293 +48% 2,205 $214   $30,130,349 28
2010/11/12 14 $395,676 -16% 1,691 $234   $30,526,025 29
2010/11/13 13 $586,597 +48% 1,691 $347   $31,112,622 30
2010/11/14 13 $336,220 -43% 1,691 $199   $31,448,842 31
2010/11/15 13 $101,496 -70% 1,691 $60   $31,550,338 32
2010/11/16 13 $129,391 +27% 1,691 $77   $31,679,729 33
2010/11/17 13 $113,003 -13% 1,691 $67   $31,792,732 34
2010/11/18 13 $107,484 -5% 1,691 $64   $31,900,216 35
2010/11/19 - $80,461 -25% 403 $200   $31,980,677 36
2010/11/20 - $126,977 +58% 403 $315   $32,107,654 37
2010/11/21 - $77,792 -39% 403 $193   $32,185,446 38
2010/11/22 - $30,040 -61% 403 $75   $32,215,486 39
2010/11/23 - $35,348 +18% 403 $88   $32,250,834 40
2010/11/24 - $15,445 -56% 313 $49   $32,266,279 41
2010/11/25 - $16,169 +5% 313 $52   $32,282,448 42
2010/11/26 - $28,148 +74% 202 $139   $32,310,596 43
2010/11/27 - $33,065 +17% 202 $164   $32,343,661 44
2010/11/28 - $17,696 -46% 202 $88   $32,361,357 45
2010/11/29 - $5,662 -68% 202 $28   $32,367,019 46
2010/11/30 - $7,659 +35% 202 $38   $32,374,678 47
2010/12/01 - $6,280 -18% 202 $31   $32,380,958 48
2010/12/02 - $7,159 +14% 202 $35   $32,388,117 49
2010/12/03 - $14,080 +97% 114 $124   $32,402,197 50
2010/12/04 - $22,555 +60% 114 $198   $32,424,752 51
2010/12/05 - $13,289 -41% 114 $117   $32,438,041 52
2010/12/06 - $4,020 -70% 114 $35   $32,442,061 53
2010/12/07 - $5,548 +38% 114 $49   $32,447,609 54
2010/12/08 - $5,603 +1% 114 $49   $32,453,212 55
2010/12/09 - $6,051 +8% 114 $53   $32,459,263 56
2010/12/10 - $8,417 +39% 87 $97   $32,467,680 57
2010/12/11 - $14,467 +72% 87 $166   $32,482,147 58
2010/12/12 - $8,560 -41% 87 $98   $32,490,707 59
2010/12/13 - $3,196 -63% 87 $37   $32,493,903 60
2010/12/14 - $4,067 +27% 87 $47   $32,497,970 61
2010/12/15 - $4,070 n/c 87 $47   $32,502,040 62
2010/12/16 - $3,723 -9% 87 $43   $32,505,763 63
2010/12/17 - $20,336 +446% 232 $88   $32,526,099 64
2010/12/18 - $29,317 +44% 232 $126   $32,555,416 65
2010/12/19 - $21,425 -27% 232 $92   $32,576,841 66
2010/12/20 - $11,713 -45% 232 $50   $32,588,554 67
2010/12/21 - $14,289 +22% 232 $62   $32,602,843 68
2010/12/22 - $7,572 -47% 153 $49   $32,610,415 69
2010/12/23 - $9,265 +22% 153 $61   $32,619,680 70
2010/12/24 - $4,406 -52% 128 $34   $32,624,086 71
2010/12/25 - $7,612 +73% 128 $59   $32,631,698 72
2010/12/26 - $10,121 +33% 128 $79   $32,641,819 73
2010/12/27 - $7,430 -27% 128 $58   $32,649,249 74
2010/12/28 - $8,302 +12% 128 $65   $32,657,551 75
2010/12/29 - $8,944 +8% 128 $70   $32,666,495 76
2010/12/30 - $8,906 n/c 128 $70   $32,675,401 77
2010/12/31 - $9,054 +2% 128 $71   $32,684,455 78
2011/01/01 - $17,109 +89% 128 $134   $32,701,564 79
2011/01/02 - $11,022 -36% 128 $86   $32,712,586 80
2011/01/03 - $4,092 -63% 128 $32   $32,716,678 81
2011/01/04 - $3,595 -12% 128 $28   $32,720,273 82
2011/01/05 - $3,666 +2% 128 $29   $32,723,939 83
2011/01/06 - $4,878 +33% 128 $38   $32,728,817 84
2011/01/07 - $3,792 -22% 33 $115   $32,732,609 85
2011/01/08 - $5,686 +50% 33 $172   $32,738,295 86
2011/01/09 - $3,301 -42% 33 $100   $32,741,596 87
2011/01/10 - $1,001 -70% 33 $30   $32,742,597 88
2011/01/11 - $1,501 +50% 33 $45   $32,744,098 89
2011/01/12 - $1,286 -14% 33 $39   $32,745,384 90
2011/01/13 - $1,557 +21% 33 $47   $32,746,941 91

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/10/15 28 $220,322   6 $36,720   $220,322 3
2010/10/22 4 $12,018,147 +5,355% 2,181 $5,510   $12,333,504 10
2010/10/29 5 $6,422,327 -47% 2,424 $2,649   $22,263,797 17
2010/11/05 9 $4,011,397 -38% 2,365 $1,696   $28,721,066 24
2010/11/12 13 $1,318,493 -67% 1,691 $780   $31,448,842 31
2010/11/19 21 $285,230 -78% 403 $708   $32,185,446 38
2010/11/26 36 $78,909 -72% 202 $391   $32,361,357 45
2010/12/03 40 $49,924 -37% 114 $438   $32,438,041 52
2010/12/10 44 $31,444 -37% 87 $361   $32,490,707 59
2010/12/17 33 $71,078 +126% 232 $306   $32,576,841 66
2010/12/24 48 $22,139 -69% 128 $173   $32,641,819 73
2010/12/31 48 $37,185 +68% 128 $291   $32,712,586 80
2011/01/07 55 $12,779 -66% 33 $387   $32,741,596 87

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/20/20113268,819 268,819$3,760,778$3,760,7781
3/27/20111176,865-71% 345,684$1,075,341$4,836,1192
4/3/20111748,325-37% 394,009$676,067$5,512,1863
4/10/20112534,281-29% 428,290$342,467$5,854,6534
4/17/20113021,337-38% 449,627$263,512$6,118,1655

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/20/2011352,289 52,289$1,254,925$1,254,9251
3/27/2011811,463-78% 63,751$239,112$1,494,0372
4/3/20112012,133+6% 75,885$233,916$1,727,9533
4/10/20111712,232+1% 88,117$183,360$1,911,3134

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