Hitman

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $39,687,694Details
International Box Office $60,278,098
Worldwide Box Office $99,965,792
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $28,597,466 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $28,597,466
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
14% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$17,500,000
Theatrical Release: November 21st, 2007 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: March 11th, 2008 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong bloody violence, language and some sexuality/nudity
Keywords: Religious, Hitmen
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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DVD Releases for March 11, 2008

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International Details - Some Enchanted Weekend

Enchanted fell out of the top five but still had a very impressive weekend box office adding $8.12 million on 4348 screens in 43 markets for a total of $151.50 million. This includes a fifth place opening in South Korea where the film earned $1.08 million on 322 screens over the weekend and $1.34 million in total. Meanwhile it also earned fifth place in the U.K. with $1.59 million on 472 screens over the weekend for a total of $29.46 million after a month of release. Its chances at $200 million internationally depend heavily on its run in Japan staring mid-March, but $300 million worldwide is all but assured now. More...

International Details - Bee Strong Overseas

Bee Movie slipped to sixth place this weekend with $14.34 million on 4820 screens in 49 markets for a total of $131.97 million. This includes a first place opening in South Korea where it earned $1.96 million on 334 screens over the weekend and $2.30 million in total, but this is not a particularly strong start. More...

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International Top Ten - Records Set as Compass Continues to Lead

With two weeks to go, the international box office set a record bringing in $8.6 billion in total ticket sales. Additionally, all six major studios crossed the $1 billion mark during the same year, which is a first. On the other hand, the celebration is tempered by the fact that the American dollar hit record lows against the Euro this year, and was at decade old lows against the Pound, and other international currencies, which helped to artificially inflate the box office numbers. More...

International Top Five - Compass Finishes North of the Competition

Like it did domestically, His Dark Material: The Golden Compass debuted in first place on the international charts. However, unlike its performance domestically, its international haul was a hefty $44.31 million on 5263 screens in 27 markets for a total of $50.96 million including midweek numbers. In the U.K. the film opened first with $11.63 million on 507 screens over the weekend and $14.79 million in total, but that is significantly lower than Sunday's estimates. In France the film also took first place with $6.00 million on 776 screens, and in Spain with $5.17 million on 505 screens over the weekend and $8.07 million in total. The number one debuts continued in Germany at $4.80 million on 836 screens and in Russia with $3.68 million on 521. The Golden Compass's release schedule is certainly front loaded, but it still has openings in Italy next week, South Korea the week after, and Australia on Boxing Day, as well as Japan in March, and should earn between $200 million and $300 million internationally. Depending on how well it does on the home market in these markets, it could show a profit, but becoming a franchise is unlikely at this point. More...

International Top Five - Beowulf Continues its Carnage

Beowulf had its last major push into the international marketplace this past weekend and that helped it stay in first place with $19.06 million on 6229 screens in 56 markets for a total of $74.07 million. This includes a first place opening in Australia with $1.96 million on 269 screens, a third place, $1.81 million opening on 268 screens in Japan and first place, $1.11 million opening in 273 screens in Brazil. It's best holdover was Russia where it slipped to second while adding $1.83 million on 502 screens for a total of $6.99 million. At this point, $100 million internationally should not be an issue, but that's still not enough to be considered a financial boon. More...

International Details - Lions are more like Lambs

Lions for Lambs climbed a spot to sixth place with $4.34 million on 2453 screens in 53 markets for a total of $25.97 million, while only managing $1 million or more in one market this past weekend, ($1.40 million on 390 screens during its sixth place debut in France). It opens in Italy later this month and Japan in the spring of '08, but there's almost no chance the film will show a profit at this point. Normally one movie losing money isn't a big issue because the studio can rely on one or two monster hits to pay for their misses, (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix made enough money to pay for the entire budgets of half-a-dozen misses for Warner Bros. this year, and that's before the home market). However, United Artists is a newly relauched studio and they don't have a war chest built up from past victories. Stumbling out of the gate like this hurts. More...

Awake Can\'t Captivate Moviegoers

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Asleep at the Wheel

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Cast

Timothy Olyphant    Agent 47
Dougray Scott    Mike Whittier
Olga Kurylenko    Nika Boronina
Robert Knepper    Yuri Marklov
Ulrich Thomsen    Mikhail Belicoff
Henry Ian Cusick    Udre Belicoff
Michael Offei    Jenkins

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Geoff Zanelli

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/21 2 $4,415,314   2,401 $1,839   $4,415,314 1
2007/11/22 4 $3,498,065 -21% 2,401 $1,457   $7,913,379 2
2007/11/23 4 $5,245,604 +50% 2,458 $2,134   $13,158,983 3
2007/11/24 4 $4,922,844 -6% 2,458 $2,003   $18,081,827 4
2007/11/25 4 $3,012,321 -39% 2,458 $1,226   $21,094,148 5
2007/11/26 3 $968,083 -68% 2,458 $394   $22,062,231 6
2007/11/27 3 $894,033 -8% 2,458 $364   $22,956,264 7
2007/11/28 3 $758,590 -15% 2,458 $309   $23,714,854 8
2007/11/29 3 $689,547 -9% 2,458 $281   $24,404,401 9
2007/11/30 5 $1,945,364 +182% 2,468 $788   $26,349,765 10
2007/12/01 5 $2,429,294 +25% 2,468 $984   $28,779,059 11
2007/12/02 4 $1,647,269 -32% 2,468 $667   $30,426,328 12
2007/12/03 3 $493,948 -70% 2,468 $200   $30,920,276 13
2007/12/04 3 $504,392 +2% 2,468 $204   $31,424,668 14
2007/12/05 3 $454,435 -10% 2,468 $184   $31,879,103 15
2007/12/06 3 $455,483 n/c 2,468 $185   $32,334,586 16
2007/12/07 9 $1,069,321 +135% 2,418 $442   $33,403,907 17
2007/12/08 8 $1,448,605 +35% 2,418 $599   $34,852,512 18
2007/12/09 7 $970,209 -33% 2,418 $401   $35,822,721 19
2007/12/10 5 $338,636 -65% 2,418 $140   $36,161,357 20
2007/12/11 5 $352,509 +4% 2,418 $146   $36,513,866 21
2007/12/12 6 $321,030 -9% 2,418 $133   $36,834,896 22
2007/12/13 5 $287,505 -10% 2,418 $119   $37,122,401 23
2007/12/14 14 $377,191 +31% 1,687 $224   $37,499,592 24
2007/12/15 14 $415,603 +10% 1,687 $246   $37,915,195 25
2007/12/16 14 $277,396 -33% 1,687 $164   $38,192,591 26
2007/12/17 - $134,493 -52% 1,687 $80   $38,327,084 27
2007/12/18 - $151,211 +12% 1,687 $90   $38,478,295 28
2007/12/19 - $152,269 +1% 1,687 $90   $38,630,564 29
2007/12/20 - $151,622 n/c 1,687 $90   $38,782,186 30
2007/12/21 - $60,749 -60% 444 $137   $38,842,935 31
2007/12/22 - $75,757 +25% 444 $171   $38,918,692 32
2007/12/23 - $72,180 -5% 444 $163   $38,990,872 33
2007/12/24 - $28,282 -61% 444 $64   $39,019,154 34
2007/12/25 - $28,768 +2% 259 $111   $39,047,922 35
2007/12/26 - $23,252 -19% 259 $90   $39,071,174 36
2007/12/27 - $24,259 +4% 259 $94   $39,095,433 37
2007/12/28 - $35,770 +47% 181 $198   $39,131,203 38
2007/12/29 - $40,161 +12% 181 $222   $39,171,364 39
2007/12/30 - $35,914 -11% 181 $198   $39,207,278 40
2007/12/31 - $12,640 -65% 181 $70   $39,219,918 41
2008/01/01 - $28,780 +128% 181 $159   $39,248,698 42
2008/01/02 - $17,602 -39% 181 $97   $39,266,300 43
2008/01/03 - $16,025 -9% 181 $89   $39,282,325 44
2008/01/04 - $30,711 +92% 153 $201   $39,313,036 45
2008/01/05 - $42,018 +37% 153 $275   $39,355,054 46
2008/01/06 - $26,877 -36% 153 $176   $39,381,931 47
2008/01/07 - $10,532 -61% 153 $69   $39,392,463 48
2008/01/08 - $10,781 +2% 153 $70   $39,403,244 49
2008/01/09 - $9,159 -15% 153 $60   $39,412,403 50
2008/01/10 - $9,408 +3% 153 $61   $39,421,811 51
2008/01/11 - $21,531 +129% 141 $153   $39,443,342 52
2008/01/12 - $31,600 +47% 141 $224   $39,474,942 53
2008/01/13 - $19,661 -38% 141 $139   $39,494,603 54
2008/01/14 - $7,486 -62% 141 $53   $39,502,089 55
2008/01/15 - $7,305 -2% 141 $52   $39,509,394 56
2008/01/16 - $6,946 -5% 141 $49   $39,516,340 57
2008/01/17 - $8,321 +20% 141 $59   $39,524,661 58
2008/01/18 - $10,884 +31% 84 $130   $39,535,545 59
2008/01/19 - $15,745 +45% 84 $187   $39,551,290 60
2008/01/20 - $12,836 -18% 84 $153   $39,564,126 61
2008/01/21 43 $8,243 -36% 84 $98   $39,572,369 62
2008/01/22 - $4,934 -40% 84 $59   $39,577,303 63
2008/01/23 - $4,209 -15% 84 $50   $39,581,512 64
2008/01/24 - $4,877 +16% 84 $58   $39,586,389 65
2008/01/25 - $8,451 +73% 72 $117   $39,594,840 66
2008/01/26 - $13,367 +58% 72 $186   $39,608,207 67
2008/01/27 - $9,669 -28% 72 $134   $39,617,876 68
2008/01/28 - $3,677 -62% 72 $51   $39,621,553 69
2008/01/29 - $3,597 -2% 72 $50   $39,625,150 70
2008/01/30 - $3,809 +6% 72 $53   $39,628,959 71
2008/01/31 - $3,688 -3% 72 $51   $39,632,647 72
2008/02/01 - $5,744 +56% 72 $80   $39,638,391 73
2008/02/02 - $10,192 +77% 72 $142   $39,648,583 74
2008/02/03 - $4,227 -59% 72 $59   $39,652,810 75
2008/02/04 - $2,582 -39% 72 $36   $39,655,392 76
2008/02/05 - $2,524 -2% 72 $35   $39,657,916 77
2008/02/06 - $2,408 -5% 72 $33   $39,660,324 78
2008/02/07 - $2,704 +12% 72 $38   $39,663,028 79
2008/02/18 78 $624   9 $69   $39,681,877 90

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/23 4 $13,180,769   2,458 $5,362   $21,094,148 5
2007/11/30 4 $6,021,927 -54% 2,468 $2,440   $30,426,328 12
2007/12/07 8 $3,488,135 -42% 2,418 $1,443   $35,822,721 19
2007/12/14 15 $1,070,190 -69% 1,687 $634   $38,192,591 26
2007/12/21 23 $208,686 -81% 444 $470   $38,990,872 33
2007/12/28 36 $111,845 -46% 181 $618   $39,207,278 40
2008/01/04 39 $99,606 -11% 153 $651   $39,381,931 47
2008/01/11 39 $72,792 -27% 141 $516   $39,494,603 54
2008/01/18 42 $39,465 -46% 84 $470   $39,564,126 61
2008/01/25 50 $31,487 -20% 72 $437   $39,617,876 68
2008/02/01 55 $20,163 -36% 44 $458   $39,652,810 75
2008/02/08 66 $10,324 -49% 26 $397   $39,673,352 82
2008/02/15 88 $3,194 -69% 9 $355   $39,681,253 89
2008/02/22 105 $1,103 -65% 3 $368   $39,683,958 96
2008/02/29 95 $2,208 +100% 5 $442   $39,686,477 103
2008/03/07 114 $477 -78% 4 $119   $39,687,528 110

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/16/20084544,040 544,040$11,375,876$11,375,8761
3/23/20087265,117-51% 809,157$5,453,457$16,829,3332
3/30/2008890,681-66% 899,838$1,905,870$18,735,2033
4/6/2008891,858+1% 991,696$1,900,542$20,635,7454
4/13/20081356,496-38% 1,048,192$1,158,168$21,793,9135
4/20/20082446,714-17% 1,094,906$955,301$22,749,2146
4/27/20082630,964-34% 1,125,870$578,206$23,327,4207
5/4/20082821,339-31% 1,147,209$433,395$23,760,8168

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