He's Just Not That Into You

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $93,953,653Details
International Box Office $84,436,590
Worldwide Box Office $178,390,243
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $27,078,905 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $27,078,905
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
40% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Theatrical Release: February 6th, 2009 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 2nd, 2009 by New Line Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and brief strong language
Keywords: Romance
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Cast

Ginnifer Goodwin    Gigi
Jennifer Aniston    Beth
Jennifer Connelly    Janine
Scarlett Johansson    Anna
Kevin Connolly    Conor
Bradley Cooper    Ben
Justin Long    Alex
Ben Affleck    Neil
Drew Barrymore    Mary
Kris Kristofferson   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ken Kwapis
Screenwriter    Abby Kohn
Screenwriter    Marc Silverman
Story Creator    Greg Behrendt
Story Creator    Liz Tuccillo
Producer    Nancy Juvonen
Executive Producer    Drew Barrymore
Executive Producer    Toby Emmerich
Executive Producer    Michele Weiss
Executive Producer    Michael Beugg
Co-Producer    Michael Disco
Co-Producer    Gwenn Gage Stroman
Cinematographer    John Bailey
Editor    Cara Silverman
Composer    Cliff Eidelman
Music Supervisor    Danny Bramson
Production Designer    Gae Buckley
Art Director    Andrew Max Cahn
Set Designer    John Warnke
Set Designer    Randy Wilkins
Set Decorator    K.C. Fox
Costume Designer    Shay Cunliffe
Sound Mixer    Richard Bryce Goodman
Supervising Sound Editor    Jason George
Supervising Sound Editor    Geoffrey G. Rubay
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Pederson
Re-recording Mixer    Brad Sherman
Assistant Director    Stephen Dunn
Casting Director    Justine Baddeley
Casting Director    Kim Davis-Wagner

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/02/06 1 $10,435,339   3,175 $3,287   $10,435,339 1
2009/02/07 1 $10,920,281 +5% 3,175 $3,439   $21,355,620 2
2009/02/08 1 $6,429,867 -41% 3,175 $2,025   $27,785,487 3
2009/02/09 1 $1,847,389 -71% 3,175 $582   $29,632,876 4
2009/02/10 1 $2,003,417 +8% 3,175 $631   $31,636,293 5
2009/02/11 1 $1,816,197 -9% 3,175 $572   $33,452,490 6
2009/02/12 1 $2,015,978 +11% 3,175 $635   $35,468,468 7
2009/02/13 2 $4,997,421 +148% 3,175 $1,574   $40,465,889 8
2009/02/14 2 $9,353,298 +87% 3,175 $2,946   $49,819,187 9
2009/02/15 3 $5,167,746 -45% 3,175 $1,628   $54,986,933 10
2009/02/16 4 $2,811,024 -46% 3,175 $885   $57,797,957 11
2009/02/17 2 $1,319,109 -53% 3,175 $415   $59,117,066 12
2009/02/18 1 $1,174,386 -11% 3,175 $370   $60,291,452 13
2009/02/19 1 $1,251,224 +7% 3,175 $394   $61,542,676 14
2009/02/20 3 $2,932,849 +134% 3,050 $962   $64,475,525 15
2009/02/21 5 $3,747,785 +28% 3,050 $1,229   $68,223,310 16
2009/02/22 5 $1,877,591 -50% 3,050 $616   $70,100,901 17
2009/02/23 4 $593,201 -68% 3,050 $194   $70,694,102 18
2009/02/24 4 $674,115 +14% 3,050 $221   $71,368,217 19
2009/02/25 4 $602,488 -11% 3,050 $198   $71,970,705 20
2009/02/26 4 $679,211 +13% 3,050 $223   $72,649,916 21
2009/02/27 5 $1,924,421 +183% 2,858 $673   $74,574,337 22
2009/02/28 6 $2,643,705 +37% 2,858 $925   $77,218,042 23
2009/03/01 7 $1,443,279 -45% 2,858 $505   $78,661,321 24
2009/03/02 4 $464,270 -68% 2,858 $162   $79,125,591 25
2009/03/03 4 $517,351 +11% 2,858 $181   $79,642,942 26
2009/03/04 4 $488,277 -6% 2,858 $171   $80,131,219 27
2009/03/05 4 $496,038 +2% 2,858 $174   $80,627,257 28
2009/03/06 5 $1,326,104 +167% 2,445 $542   $81,953,361 29
2009/03/07 6 $1,765,449 +33% 2,445 $722   $83,718,810 30
2009/03/08 7 $925,773 -48% 2,445 $379   $84,644,583 31
2009/03/09 5 $328,450 -65% 2,445 $134   $84,973,033 32
2009/03/10 5 $377,384 +15% 2,445 $154   $85,350,417 33
2009/03/11 5 $367,267 -3% 2,445 $150   $85,717,684 34
2009/03/12 5 $381,091 +4% 2,445 $156   $86,098,775 35
2009/03/13 7 $928,408 +144% 1,890 $491   $87,027,183 36
2009/03/14 8 $1,287,789 +39% 1,890 $681   $88,314,972 37
2009/03/15 9 $723,287 -44% 1,890 $383   $89,038,259 38
2009/03/16 9 $309,112 -57% 1,890 $164   $89,347,371 39
2009/03/17 9 $276,384 -11% 1,890 $146   $89,623,755 40
2009/03/18 9 $328,218 +19% 1,890 $174   $89,951,973 41
2009/03/19 9 $342,409 +4% 1,890 $181   $90,294,382 42
2009/03/20 12 $439,196 +28% 1,302 $337   $90,733,578 43
2009/03/21 12 $526,269 +20% 1,302 $404   $91,259,847 44
2009/03/22 12 $284,736 -46% 1,302 $219   $91,544,583 45
2009/03/23 12 $113,490 -60% 1,302 $87   $91,658,073 46
2009/03/24 12 $131,126 +16% 1,302 $101   $91,789,199 47
2009/03/25 12 $121,328 -7% 1,302 $93   $91,910,527 48
2009/03/26 12 $127,033 +5% 1,302 $98   $92,037,560 49
2009/03/27 - $149,670 +18% 506 $296   $92,187,230 50
2009/03/28 - $204,809 +37% 506 $405   $92,392,039 51
2009/03/29 - $118,790 -42% 506 $235   $92,510,829 52
2009/03/30 - $42,765 -64% 506 $85   $92,553,594 53
2009/03/31 - $47,469 +11% 506 $94   $92,601,063 54
2009/04/01 - $42,967 -9% 506 $85   $92,644,030 55
2009/04/02 - $49,552 +15% 506 $98   $92,693,582 56
2009/04/03 - $71,023 +43% 261 $272   $92,764,605 57
2009/04/04 - $89,111 +25% 261 $341   $92,853,716 58
2009/04/05 - $47,398 -47% 261 $182   $92,901,114 59
2009/04/06 - $18,486 -61% 261 $71   $92,919,600 60
2009/04/07 - $23,477 +27% 261 $90   $92,943,077 61
2009/04/08 - $24,768 +5% 261 $95   $92,967,845 62
2009/04/09 - $32,693 +32% 261 $125   $93,000,538 63
2009/04/10 - $54,105 +65% 156 $347   $93,054,643 64
2009/04/11 - $56,359 +4% 156 $361   $93,111,002 65
2009/04/12 - $30,886 -45% 156 $198   $93,141,888 66
2009/04/13 - $16,210 -48% 156 $104   $93,158,098 67
2009/04/14 - $15,401 -5% 156 $99   $93,173,499 68
2009/04/15 - $14,679 -5% 156 $94   $93,188,178 69
2009/04/16 - $13,709 -7% 156 $88   $93,201,887 70
2009/04/17 - $68,034 +396% 308 $221   $93,269,921 71
2009/04/18 - $90,321 +33% 308 $293   $93,360,242 72
2009/04/19 - $49,212 -46% 308 $160   $93,409,454 73
2009/04/20 - $18,242 -63% 308 $59   $93,427,696 74
2009/04/21 - $22,260 +22% 308 $72   $93,449,956 75
2009/04/22 - $21,892 -2% 308 $71   $93,471,848 76
2009/04/23 - $20,678 -6% 308 $67   $93,492,526 77
2009/04/24 - $45,581 +120% 232 $196   $93,538,107 78
2009/04/25 - $57,295 +26% 232 $247   $93,595,402 79
2009/04/26 - $30,471 -47% 232 $131   $93,625,873 80
2009/04/27 - $10,970 -64% 232 $47   $93,636,843 81
2009/04/28 - $14,899 +36% 232 $64   $93,651,742 82
2009/04/29 - $13,410 -10% 232 $58   $93,665,152 83
2009/04/30 - $13,142 -2% 232 $57   $93,678,294 84
2009/05/01 - $24,018 +83% 152 $158   $93,702,312 85
2009/05/02 - $33,254 +38% 152 $219   $93,735,566 86
2009/05/03 - $16,551 -50% 152 $109   $93,752,117 87
2009/05/04 - $7,283 -56% 152 $48   $93,759,400 88
2009/05/05 - $7,792 +7% 152 $51   $93,767,192 89
2009/05/06 - $8,804 +13% 152 $58   $93,775,996 90
2009/05/15 - $11,557   63 $183   $93,871,232 99
2009/05/16 - $15,385 +33% 63 $244   $93,886,617 100
2009/05/17 - $7,691 -50% 63 $122   $93,894,308 101
2009/05/18 - $3,615 -53% 63 $57   $93,897,923 102
2009/05/19 - $3,146 -13% 63 $50   $93,901,069 103
2009/05/20 - $2,989 -5% 63 $47   $93,904,058 104
2009/05/21 - $3,289 +10% 63 $52   $93,907,347 105
2009/05/22 - $4,663 +42% 22 $212   $93,912,010 106
2009/05/23 - $5,388 +16% 22 $245   $93,917,398 107
2009/05/24 - $4,157 -23% 22 $189   $93,921,555 108
2009/05/25 65 $2,410 -42% 22 $110   $93,923,965 109
2009/05/26 - $1,880 -22% 22 $85   $93,925,845 110
2009/05/27 - $1,598 -15% 22 $73   $93,927,443 111
2009/05/28 - $1,757 +10% 22 $80   $93,929,200 112
2009/05/29 - $1,675 -5% 15 $112   $93,930,875 113
2009/05/30 - $2,187 +31% 15 $146   $93,933,062 114
2009/05/31 - $1,319 -40% 15 $88   $93,934,381 115
2009/06/01 - $673 -49% 15 $45   $93,935,054 116
2009/06/02 - $868 +29% 15 $58   $93,935,922 117
2009/06/03 - $730 -16% 15 $49   $93,936,652 118
2009/06/04 - $801 +10% 15 $53   $93,937,453 119
2009/06/05 - $2,491 +211% 22 $113   $93,939,944 120
2009/06/06 - $3,099 +24% 22 $141   $93,943,043 121
2009/06/07 - $1,887 -39% 22 $86   $93,944,930 122
2009/06/08 - $618 -67% 22 $28   $93,945,548 123
2009/06/09 - $1,374 +122% 22 $62   $93,946,922 124
2009/06/10 - $1,506 +10% 22 $68   $93,948,428 125
2009/06/11 - $1,085 -28% 22 $49   $93,949,513 126
2009/06/12 - $837 -23% 21 $40   $93,950,350 127
2009/06/13 - $1,188 +42% 21 $57   $93,951,538 128
2009/06/14 - $738 -38% 21 $35   $93,952,276 129
2009/06/15 - $476 -36% 21 $23   $93,952,752 130
2009/06/16 - $338 -29% 21 $16   $93,953,090 131
2009/06/17 - $287 -15% 21 $14   $93,953,377 132
2009/06/18 - $276 -4% 21 $13   $93,953,653 133

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/02/06 1 $27,785,487   3,175 $8,751   $27,785,487 3
2009/02/13 2 $19,518,465 -30% 3,175 $6,148   $54,986,933 10
2009/02/20 4 $8,558,225 -56% 3,050 $2,806   $70,100,901 17
2009/02/27 5 $6,011,405 -30% 2,858 $2,103   $78,661,321 24
2009/03/06 6 $4,017,326 -33% 2,445 $1,643   $84,644,583 31
2009/03/13 8 $2,939,484 -27% 1,890 $1,555   $89,038,259 38
2009/03/20 12 $1,250,201 -57% 1,302 $960   $91,544,583 45
2009/03/27 15 $473,269 -62% 506 $935   $92,510,829 52
2009/04/03 19 $207,532 -56% 261 $795   $92,901,114 59
2009/04/10 26 $141,350 -32% 156 $906   $93,141,888 66
2009/04/17 24 $207,567 +47% 308 $674   $93,409,454 73
2009/04/24 28 $133,347 -36% 232 $575   $93,625,873 80
2009/05/01 36 $73,823 -45% 152 $486   $93,752,117 87
2009/05/08 42 $51,934 -30% 103 $504   $93,836,028 94
2009/05/15 47 $34,633 -33% 63 $550   $93,894,308 101
2009/05/22 64 $14,208 -59% 22 $646   $93,921,555 108
2009/05/29 72 $5,181 -64% 15 $345   $93,934,381 115
2009/06/05 69 $7,477 +44% 22 $340   $93,944,930 122
2009/06/12 94 $2,763 -63% 21 $132   $93,952,276 129

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/7/20091741,724 741,724$12,601,891$12,601,8911
6/14/20092247,397-67% 989,121$4,203,275$16,805,1662
6/21/20094266,156+8% 1,255,277$2,925,054$19,730,2203
6/28/20091168,991-74% 1,324,268$1,103,166$20,833,3864
7/5/20092546,238-33% 1,370,506$765,701$21,599,0885
7/12/20092538,731-16% 1,409,237$619,309$22,218,3966
7/19/20092738,568n/c1,447,805$566,950$22,785,3467
8/2/20092736,543 1,498,835$485,291$23,460,8519

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