The Holiday

The Holiday
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $63,280,000Details
International Box Office $141,910,324
Worldwide Box Office $205,190,324
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $75,091,831 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $75,091,831
Further financial details...

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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
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Synopsis

Iris is in love with a man who is about to marry another woman. Across the globe, Amanda realizes the man she lives with has been unfaithful. Two women who have never met and live 6,000 miles apart, find themselves in the exact same place. They meet online at a home exchange website and impulsively switch homes for the holiday. Iris moves into Amanda's L.A. house in sunny California as Amanda arrives in the snow covered English countryside. Shortly after arriving at their destinations, both women find the last thing either wants or expects: a new romance. Amanda is charmed by Iris' handsome brother Graham and Iris, with inspiration provided by legendary screenwriter, Arthur, mends her heart when she meets film composer Miles.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
47% - Rotten
Audience
80% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$85,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 8th, 2006 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: March 13th, 2007 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and some strong language
Keywords: Romance, Relationships Gone Wrong, Christmas
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

International Details - Hogs Gone Wild

Wild Hogs had its best performance of its run so far climbing into sixth place with $3.33 million on 817 screens in 8 markets for a total of $18.43 million after a month of release. About half of that came from the film's number one debut in Mexico where it earned $1.33 million on 355 screens over the weekend and $1.67 million including previews while the film did reasonable business in Taiwan with $345,000 on 40. Its best market to date has been Australia where the film has earned $11.30 million, including $907,000 on 263 screens this past weekend. More...

International Details - Norbit Slims Down

Norbit saw its weekend haul sliced neatly in half landing in sixth place with $4.09 million on 2270 screens in 39 markets for a total of $49.38 million. The film wasn't able to crack $1 million in any single market, but Italy came the closest with $940,000 on 263 screens for a two-week total of $3.19 million. More...

International Details - Good Start for Martial Artist Mutants

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles started its international run this past weekend and just missed the top five on debut. It did manage $3.92 million on 1,004 screens in 8 markets over the weekend and $4.53 million including previews. Of this box office, nearly half of it came from a pair of third place openings in England ($1.27 million on 368 screens over the weekend and $1.86 million in total), and Australia ($379,000 on 58 screens). The film also opened in Russia where the strong mutant demographic helped the film capture second place with $1.38 million on 360 screens. (That was a Chernobyl joke, by the way.) More...

Home Market has a Bloody Close Race on Top

A trio of new releases led the sales chart this week, and those three all managed to place in the top five on the rental charts as well. This includes the new number one film, Blood Diamond with $9.00 million. More...

Casino Proves the House Always Wins at the Home Market

There was another new releases to top the rental charts this week as Casino Royale earned $9.20 million during its opening weekend on the home market. This is not particularly strong compared to the film's theatrical run, but it was more dominant on the sales chart. More...

DVD Releases for March 13, 2007

Not much worth talking about this week. However, that's because one of the biggest hits of last year is coming out, and studios don't want to go head-to-head with such a behemoth. The behemoth in question is Casino Royale - Buy from Amazon. But while this release is keeping the overall traffic a bit light, there's more than one DVD that's worth picking up, including the aforementioned Bond blockbuster. But the best of the best is Without a Trace - The Complete Second Season - Buy from Amazon. And if you want to see season 3 come out on DVD anytime soon, buy this DVD A.S.A.P. More...

International Details - Losing Blood

The Blood Diamond fell from second to sixth this past weekend, mainly due to the lack of new openings. The film still pulled $8.52 million on 3409 screens in 59 markets for a total of $77.51 million and is still on pace for $100 million internationally, but that's the last milestone in its future. More...

International Details - Charlotte\'s Sticky Situation

Charlotte's Web's return to the international charts was a successful one as it just missed the top five with $6.37 million on 2192 screens in 40 markets. However, its international tally of $32.57 is still a terrible result given the film's production budget, which has been estimated to be north of $100 million. The film has one strong opening this weekend as it earned second place in the U.K. with $3.69 million on 489 screens. On the other hand, the film flopped in France missing the top ten with $762,000 on 347 screens and that was for the full week. It did little better in South Korea with $872,000 on 150 screens over the weekend and $969,000 in total while scoring $218,000 on 54 screens over the weekend in Belgium and $271,000 in total. More...

International Top Five - Apocalypto Remains Best of the Rest

For the second weekend in a row Apocalypto earned sixth place on the international charts, this time pulling in 7.03 million on 2308 screens for a total of $47.42 million. Its best market of the weekend was Mexico where it had an easy first place finish with $2.43 million on 502 screens over the weekend and $2.66 million including previews. It was also strong during its second weekend in Spain as it was down 40% to $1.17 million on 284 screens for a total of $3.64 million. More...

International Details - Apocalypto Nowish

Apocalypto climbed into sixth place despite dropping 13% to $6.72 million on 2072 screens for a total of $37.90 million. Its best market of the week was Spain where it opened in first place with $1.94 million on 283 screens. More...

International Details - International Holiday

The Holiday slipped out of the top five this week, but still has plenty of reason to celebrate as the film hit $100 million on the international scene. Over the weekend it added $8.16 million on 3104 screens in 45 markets to its running tally of $102.54 million. This includes Mexico where the film opened with a respectable third place earning $711,000 on 230 screens while it took fourth place in Argentina with $153,000 on 40. More...

International Top Five - It\'s a Brand New Day for Night

2007 started the same way that 2006 ended, with Night at the Museum on top of the international charts. During its second weekend of release the film pulled in $29.8 million on 5,000 screens in 38 markets crossing the $100 million mark in the process; so far the film has pulled in $116.7 million internationally and is on pace to hit $200 million. Most of the film's weekend haul came from holdovers like the U.K. where it remained in first place with $5.71 million on 487 screens for a two-week total of $26.85 million. It also held well in Germany adding $4.99 million on 794 screens to its total of $13.95 million in that market. The film's few openings were mostly of the samller variety including first place debuts in Greece, ($900,000 on 66 screens), and Peru, ($471,000 on 82). More...

International Top Five - Night on the Town

Night at the Museum stormed into the international marketplace with $47.3 million on 4,722 screens in 26 markets. In the U.K. the film made $7.80 million on 488 screens over the weekend and $15.05 million since Boxing Day. In Australia it had to settle for second place with $3.19 million on 365 screens over the weekend and $5.10 million in total. In Mexico the film shot up to first place with $2.24 million on 972 screens during its first full weekend of release and $7.04 million since Christmas day. After just two weeks Museum has pulled in $58.1 million with many major markets still to come as it rolls out from now until March. More...

International Top Five - Eragon Gets an Early Christmas Gift

Eragon remained in first place on the international charts with $21.9 million on 6,300 screens 52 markets for a total of $63.9 million. While the film has won the weekend race two weekends in a row, its running tally is far below studio expectations given its $100 million budget. The film opened in first place in France, ($4.4 million on 754 screens), and Belgium ($579,000 on 90), but had to settle for second place in Italy, ($2.1 million from 477). Holdovers were mixed; the film rose to first place in Russia with $1.1 million on 490 screens, but that was still nearly 50% lower than last weekend. It held on better in the U.K. down 37% to $1.64 million, but that was barely enough for fifth place and lifted its total to just $5.94 million. More...

International Top Five - The Casino Era is Gone

There was a new winner on the international box office charts as Eragon claimed top spot with $30.09 million on 6,195 screens in 76 markets. This included first place finishes in nearly three dozen markets, but finished third or worse in half, including some major markets. For instance, the film placed fourth in the U.K. with just $2.26 million on 431 screens. Its best market was Spain where it pulled in $4.2 million at 500 while Germany was close behind with $3.88 million on 781 screens. Other million dollar markets include Mexico, ($2.28 million on 807 screens); Russia, ($2.2 million on 490); Japan, ($2.16 million on 558); Australia, ($1.67 million on 321); and Thailand, ($1.1 million on 220). The film has yet to open in France, Italy, Brazil, and smaller markets, but there's little room to expand beyond this point and while it did claim first place, it was not a dominate display especially considering its competition has been in release for a month. More...

Happy Ending for Pursuit

After weeks of mediocre box office results, the box office finally started to show some life this past weekend, but even so, only one of the three wide releases beat expectations and the overall box office was still down more than 6% from the same weekend last year. However, with an overall box office of $121 million there was still growth of 25% from last weekend and we'll take the good news where we can find it. More...

Trio Tries to Jump Start Holiday Season

Three new releases hope to put a bit of cheer into the box office, a box office that has been far from impressive the last couple weeks. Not since Happy Feet and Casino Royale opened has any film really been able to set the box office on fire. Or even just beat expectations by a significant margin. This week should have given us the first $40 million film of the month, but the tracking numbers are just not there. More...

International Top Five - Casino\'s Straight Continues

A busy week for new releases didn't stop Casino Royale earning its fourth first place finish in a row with $35.68 million on 4688 screens in 63 markets for a total of $246.65 million. The film opened in 10 new markets (and setting franchise records in each). This included Australia where the film's $5.42 million on 401 screens was more than the rest of the market combined and was equally dominate in New Zealand with $827,000 on 92 screens. The film wasn't as fortunate in Mexico where it had to settle for second place with $1.49 million on 564 screens, which was just $30,000 behind the by box office champ. Speaking of close races, the film was knocked out of top spot in the U.K. with $5.39 million on 495 screens, also falling victim to Happy Feet in a very close battle. So far the film has made $82.52 million in that one market, and with Christmas on its way it is heading for $100 million and the year's best box office there. Overall the film is rapidly closing in on Die Another Day international final tally of $271 million; in fact, it should get there by this time next week. However, it is also likely that this time next week it will no longer be in top spot on the international charts. More...

Chronicling the Sad End to 2006

2006 has hit a real losing streak since Happy Feet and Casino Royale opened three weeks ago. This week only one of the four wide releases matched expectations while their combined box office was well below last year's number one film. And while the overall box office was up 4% from last weekend at $97 million, it was down a huge 22% from the same weekend last year. Things need to turn around soon, or ticket sales may dip below last year's pace. More...

Movie Website Updates for December 2 - December 8, 2006

Good week for websites with a number of candidates for the top spot. In the end I went with Ghost Rider - Official Site, but there's a few others here that will undoubtedly win in the coming weeks. More...

Holidays are Upon Us

It's one of the most confusing weekend for box office analysts with four movies coming out, three of which have serious question marks regarding their box office potential. All four also have a shot at winning the box office race, but the extreme competition will probably result in the winning film earning less than $20 million. More...

Movie Website Updates for November 25 - December 1, 2006

Good week with plenty of strong site, but there was not a whole lot of competition at the very top as The Good Shephard - Official Site took home the Weekly Website Award. More...

2006 Preview: December

Looking at my calendar I see that it's March 11th. ... March 11th, 2003. This means it's time for me to get a new calendar, but more importantly, it's time for the December preview. December is an insanely busy time of year with studio release major blockbusters in hopes of cashing in on the holidays, as well as a ton of Oscar bait movies hoping to remain fresh in voters' minds by the time the ballots are handed out. On a side note, this is the first time in several years that's there not an obvious Must See movie opening during the month. Sure, there are quite a few that should crack $100 million at the box office, maybe even $200 million, but nothing like The Lord of the Rings. In addition to the ton of wide releases and limited releases scheduled to open wide this month, there are several more movies opening in limited release this month before expanding in the new year. Movies like Home of the Brave, Arthur & the Invisibles, The Painted Veil, Letters from Iwo Jima, Children of Men, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Fast Track, and Pan's Labyrinth, and possibly some others. More...

Trio Try to Top Feet

The first weekend of December rarely brings us a big blockbuster, and this year is no different. Three films open wide, or in varying degrees of wideness, but none look to have the chops to take first place. More...

Movie Website Updates for October 21 - October 27, 2006

There was a good selection of sites this week in terms of updates, but unlike last week there were fewer contenders for the Weekly Website Award. That's not to say Let's Go to Prison - Official Site didn't deserve to win, it just had a lot less competition than it would have had if it launched last week. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 3rd - June 9

It was a slow week it terms of major updates and that allowed the Fanboy in me to grant The Transformers - Official Site the gloriously premature Weekly Website Award. Let's hope the full site lives up to this title. More...

Cast

Cameron Diaz    Amanda
Kate Winslet    Iris
Jude Law    Graham
Jack Black    Miles
Eli Wallach    Arthur Abbott
Edward Burns    Ethan
Rufus Sewell    Jasper
Miffy Englefield    Sophie
Shannyn Sossamon    Maggie
Kathryn Hahn    Bristol
John Krasinski    Ben
Odette Yustman    Kissing Couple

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Nancy Meyers
Screenwriter    Nancy Meyers
Producer    Nancy Meyers
Producer    Bruce A. Block
Executive Producer    Suzanne Farwell
Cinematographer    Dean Cundey
Editor    Joe Hutshing
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Production Designer    John Hutman
Art Director    Dan Webster
Set Decorator    David Smith
Set Decorator    Cindy Carr
Set Designer    Robert Fechtman
Set Designer    Al Hobbs
Set Designer    Julia Levine
Set Designer    Lauren Polizzi
Set Designer    John Warnke
Costume Designer    Marlene Stewart
Sound Mixer    Petur Hliddal
Supervising Sound Editor    Dennis Drummond
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael O'Farrell
Associate Producer    Jennifer Eatz
Assistant Director    K.C. Colwell
Casting Director    Jane Jenkins
Casting Director    Janet Hirshenson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/12/08 2 $4,441,935   2,610 $1,702   $4,441,935 1
2006/12/09 3 $5,244,624 +18% 2,610 $2,009   $9,686,559 2
2006/12/10 3 $3,092,354 -41% 2,610 $1,185   $12,778,913 3
2006/12/11 2 $1,036,478 -66% 2,610 $397   $13,815,391 4
2006/12/12 2 $1,138,595 +10% 2,610 $436   $14,953,986 5
2006/12/13 2 $1,087,155 -5% 2,610 $417   $16,041,141 6
2006/12/14 2 $1,069,198 -2% 2,610 $410   $17,110,339 7
2006/12/15 4 $2,568,310 +140% 2,614 $983   $19,678,649 8
2006/12/16 5 $3,219,299 +25% 2,614 $1,232   $22,897,948 9
2006/12/17 6 $2,227,104 -31% 2,614 $852   $25,125,052 10
2006/12/18 4 $1,105,023 -50% 2,614 $423   $26,230,075 11
2006/12/19 4 $1,203,720 +9% 2,614 $460   $27,433,795 12
2006/12/20 5 $1,252,688 +4% 2,614 $479   $28,686,483 13
2006/12/21 6 $1,406,479 +12% 2,614 $538   $30,092,962 14
2006/12/22 8 $1,800,000 +28% 2,617 $688   $31,900,000 15
2006/12/23 9 $2,100,000 +17% 2,617 $802   $34,000,000 16
2006/12/24 9 $950,000 -55% 2,617 $363   $34,950,000 17
2006/12/25 9 $2,016,348 +112% 2,617 $770   $36,948,418 18
2006/12/26 10 $2,258,156 +12% 2,617 $863   $39,206,574 19
2006/12/27 10 $2,054,079 -9% 2,617 $785   $41,260,653 20
2006/12/28 10 $2,050,146 n/c 2,617 $783   $43,310,799 21
2006/12/29 10 $2,421,579 +18% 2,698 $898   $45,732,378 22
2006/12/30 10 $2,607,584 +8% 2,698 $966   $48,339,962 23
2006/12/31 10 $1,689,123 -35% 2,698 $626   $50,029,085 24
2007/01/01 10 $2,119,510 +25% 2,698 $786   $52,148,595 25
2007/01/02 10 $1,137,259 -46% 2,698 $422   $53,285,854 26
2007/01/03 9 $857,930 -25% 2,698 $318   $54,143,784 27
2007/01/04 9 $826,377 -4% 2,698 $306   $54,970,161 28
2007/01/08 12 $281,259   2,320 $121   $59,096,831 32
2007/01/09 10 $326,844 +16% 2,320 $141   $59,423,675 33
2007/01/10 10 $314,589 -4% 2,320 $136   $59,738,264 34
2007/01/11 11 $301,754 -4% 2,320 $130   $60,040,018 35
2007/01/15 23 $246,774   1,337 $185   $61,785,466 39
2007/01/19 27 $190,000   719 $264   $62,330,000 43

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/12/08 3 $12,778,913   2,610 $4,896   $12,778,913 3
2006/12/15 5 $8,014,713 -37% 2,614 $3,066   $25,125,052 10
2006/12/22 9 $4,839,108 -40% 2,617 $1,849   $34,932,070 17
2006/12/29 10 $6,718,286 +39% 2,698 $2,490   $50,029,085 24
2007/01/05 14 $3,845,411 -43% 2,320 $1,658   $58,815,572 31
2007/01/12 23 $1,498,674 -61% 1,337 $1,121   $61,538,692 38
2007/01/19 28 $682,075 -54% 719 $949   $62,821,343 45
2007/01/26 41 $176,914 -74% 243 $728   $63,224,849 52

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/18/20072978,311 978,311$16,621,504$16,621,5041
3/25/20075376,574-62% 1,354,885$6,397,992$23,019,4962
4/1/20079183,929-51% 1,538,814$3,204,043$26,223,5393
4/8/200722160,903-13% 1,699,717$2,872,119$29,095,6584
4/15/200714150,787-6% 1,850,504$2,561,871$31,657,5295
4/22/20079124,098-18% 1,974,602$2,108,425$33,765,9546
5/6/20072563,962 2,075,974$1,196,089$35,597,6398
5/13/20072364,042n/c2,140,016$1,280,200$36,877,8399
5/20/20072952,512-18% 2,192,528$1,049,715$37,927,55410
8/26/20071285,663 2,500,144$1,712,403$44,021,93124
9/16/20071851,134 2,566,621$1,022,169$45,350,80627
10/14/20072353,149 2,643,747$739,834$46,569,94131
11/11/20072174,778 2,808,655$1,046,144$48,651,67935
11/25/20077699,930 3,529,814$7,790,221$56,760,12237
6/21/20092255,109 4,662,839$385,212$69,010,580119
11/29/200917313,785 4,998,760$1,835,642$71,017,758142
5/22/20112336,749 5,258,901$330,374$73,259,975219
11/17/20133013,299 5,406,254$66,362$74,297,379349

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