The Hurt Locker

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $17,017,811Details
International Box Office $32,876,412
Worldwide Box Office $49,894,223
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $34,249,342 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $15,207,426 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $49,456,768
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
97% - Certified Fresh
Audience
84% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$15,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 26th, 2009 (Limited) by Summit Entertainment
Video Release: January 12th, 2010 by Summit Home Video
MPAA Rating: R For war violence and language
Keywords: War
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Voltage Pictures

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International Details: Just Another Week on the International Chart

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International Details: Things are Looking Up for The Round Up

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Awards Season - And the Oscar Goes To...

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Director

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Picture

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Actor

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Oscar Contest: Category Highlight: Best Original Screenplay

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Awards Season: There's No Question about the WGA Winners

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DVD Sales: New Releases Do Bad

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Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

Oscar nominations were announced at 5:38 this morning, continuing a tradition that have never been adequately explained to me. (Why so early in the morning? Does earning an Oscar nomination become sweeter if people have to wake you up to congratulate you?) Leading the way in nominations were Avatar and The Hurt Locker, both of which pick up nine nods each, many of them in the same categories. More...

Awards Season: Big Win for Hurt

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Awards Season: PGA Hurting for Surprises

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Awards Season: DGA Nominees Solidify Claims of the Leading Contenders

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Awards Season: WGA Nominations are Written in Stone

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 12th, 2010

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Awards Season - Looking Up for the PGA

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Awards Season: SAG Splits Up the Nominations

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Awards Season - Golden Globe Nominations are Up in the Air

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Adam Arrives First on Per Theater Chart

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Per Theater Chart is In the Loop

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Summer\'s Hot on the Per Theater Chart

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Life\'s a Beach on the Per Theater Chart

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Weekend Estimates: Bruno Dazzles on Debut

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Per Theater Chart Hurting for New Releases

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Hurt and Revenge Rise on the Per Theater Chart

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Cast

Jeremy Renner    Staff Sergeant William James
Anthony Mackie    Sergeant JT Sanborn
Brian Geraghty    Specialist Owen Eldridge
Evangeline Lilly    Connie James
Ralph Fiennes    Contractor Team Leader
David Morse    Colonel Reed
Guy Pearce    Sergeant Matt Thompson
Christian Camargo    Colonel John Cambridge
Suhail Al-Dabbach    Black Suit Man
Christopher Sayegh    Beckham
Nabil Koni    Professor Nabil
Sam Spruell    Contractor Charlie
Sam Redford    Contractor Jimmy
Feisal Saddun    Contractor Feisal
Barrie Rice    Contractor Chris
Imad Daoudi    Iraqi Police Captain at UN
Erin Gann    Mortuary Affairs Officer
Justin Campell    Sergeant Carter
Malcolm Barrett    Sergeant Foster
Kristoffer Ryan Winters    Soldier At Intersection
J.J. Kandel    Guard at Camp Liberty Market
Ryan Tramont    Guard at Liberty Gate
Michael Desante    Iraqi Translator
Hasan Darwish    DVD Merchant
Wasfi Amour    Insurgent in the Stairwell
Nibras Qassem    Nabil's Wife
Ben Thomas    US Army Medic
Nader Tarawneh    Insurgent Sniper
Anas Wellman    Soldier at UN
Omar Mario    Butcher
Fleming Campell    Soldier at Airfield

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Kathryn Bigelow
Screenwriter    Mark Boal
Producer    Kathryn Bigelow
Producer    Mark Boal
Producer    Nicolas Chartier
Producer    Greg Shapiro
Executive Producer    Tony Mark
Director of Photography    Barry Ackroyd
Editor    Bob Murawski
Editor    Chris Innis
Re-recording Mixer    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Costume Designer    George Little
Production Designer    Karl Juliusson
Music Supervisor    John Bissell
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Composer    Buck Sanders
Casting Director    Mark Bennett
Co-Producer    Donall McCusker
Associate Producer    Jack Schuster
Associate Producer    Jenn Lee
Associate Producer    Kirk Shaw
Assistant Director    David Ticotin
Assistant Director    Lee Cleary
Unit Production Manager    Tony Mark
Production Manager    Karima Ladjimi
Production Manager    Rob Lycar
Production Supervisor    J. Gibson
Production Designer    Paul Joyal
Art Director    David Bryan
Set Decorator    Ameen Al-Masri
Set Decorator    Ian Nothangel
Director of Photography    Tom Sigel
Second Unit Camera    Niells Reedtz Johansen
Costume Designer    Vicki Mulholland
Costume Supervisor    Moira Meyer
Sound Mixer    Ray Beckett
Sound Mixer    Craig Stauffer
Sound Effects Editor    Bernard Weiser
Sound Effects Editor    Jamie Hardt
Sound Effects Editor    Rich Franklin
Dialogue Editor    Robert Troy
Dialogue Editor    Kimberly Harris
Music Editor    Julie Pearce
Make up    Danna Michelle Hamel
Hairstylist    Janice Rhodes
Special Make-up Effects    Robin Pritchard
Additional Casting    Lara Atalla
Additional Casting    Laura Brooke Toplass
Stunt Coordinator    Robert Young
Stunt Coordinator    Barrie Rice

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/06/26 - $44,562   4 $11,141   $44,562 1
2009/06/27 - $54,874 +23% 4 $13,719   $99,436 2
2009/06/28 - $45,916 -16% 4 $11,479   $145,352 3
2009/06/29 - $21,314 -54% 4 $5,329   $166,666 4
2009/06/30 - $20,407 -4% 4 $5,102   $187,073 5
2009/07/01 - $21,391 +5% 9 $2,377   $208,464 6
2009/07/02 - $30,457 +42% 4 $7,614   $238,921 7
2009/07/03 - $53,339 +75% 9 $5,927   $292,260 8
2009/07/04 - $34,422 -35% 9 $3,825   $326,682 9
2009/07/05 - $43,441 +26% 9 $4,827   $370,123 10
2009/07/06 - $21,265 -51% 9 $2,363   $391,388 11
2009/07/07 - $23,230 +9% 9 $2,581   $414,618 12
2009/07/08 - $23,681 +2% 9 $2,631   $438,299 13
2009/07/09 - $22,367 -6% 9 $2,485   $460,666 14
2009/07/10 15 $183,626 +721% 60 $3,060   $644,292 15
2009/07/11 15 $254,916 +39% 60 $4,249   $899,208 16
2009/07/12 15 $202,626 -21% 60 $3,377   $1,101,834 17
2009/07/13 15 $78,005 -62% 60 $1,300   $1,179,839 18
2009/07/14 16 $78,062 n/c 60 $1,301   $1,257,901 19
2009/07/15 - $74,127 -5% 60 $1,235   $1,332,028 20
2009/07/16 - $76,367 +3% 60 $1,273   $1,408,395 21
2009/07/17 14 $206,444 +170% 94 $2,196   $1,614,839 22
2009/07/18 13 $310,385 +50% 94 $3,302   $1,925,224 23
2009/07/19 13 $223,395 -28% 94 $2,377   $2,148,619 24
2009/07/20 - $94,408 -58% 94 $1,004   $2,243,027 25
2009/07/21 - $116,563 +23% 94 $1,240   $2,359,590 26
2009/07/22 - $102,706 -12% 94 $1,093   $2,462,296 27
2009/07/23 - $114,419 +11% 94 $1,217   $2,576,715 28
2009/07/24 14 $394,877 +245% 238 $1,659   $2,971,592 29
2009/07/25 13 $578,713 +47% 238 $2,432   $3,550,305 30
2009/07/26 13 $464,765 -20% 238 $1,953   $4,015,070 31
2009/07/27 14 $199,505 -57% 238 $838   $4,214,575 32
2009/07/28 14 $217,105 +9% 238 $912   $4,431,680 33
2009/07/29 14 $216,117 n/c 238 $908   $4,647,797 34
2009/07/30 14 $198,368 -8% 238 $833   $4,846,165 35
2009/07/31 14 $533,436 +169% 523 $1,020   $5,379,601 36
2009/08/01 14 $752,327 +41% 523 $1,438   $6,131,928 37
2009/08/02 14 $623,407 -17% 523 $1,192   $6,755,335 38
2009/08/03 14 $257,635 -59% 523 $493   $7,012,970 39
2009/08/04 14 $252,883 -2% 523 $484   $7,265,853 40
2009/08/05 14 $232,801 -8% 523 $445   $7,498,654 41
2009/08/06 14 $228,451 -2% 523 $437   $7,727,105 42
2009/08/07 16 $335,477 +47% 535 $627   $8,062,582 43
2009/08/08 15 $501,846 +50% 535 $938   $8,564,428 44
2009/08/09 15 $423,497 -16% 535 $792   $8,987,925 45
2009/08/10 15 $187,847 -56% 535 $351   $9,175,772 46
2009/08/11 15 $192,783 +3% 535 $360   $9,368,555 47
2009/08/12 15 $182,441 -5% 535 $341   $9,550,996 48
2009/08/13 15 $170,641 -6% 535 $319   $9,721,637 49
2009/08/14 - $172,338 +1% 478 $361   $9,893,975 50
2009/08/15 - $268,883 +56% 478 $563   $10,162,858 51
2009/08/16 - $202,973 -25% 478 $425   $10,365,831 52
2009/08/17 - $91,852 -55% 478 $192   $10,457,683 53
2009/08/18 - $99,716 +9% 478 $209   $10,557,399 54
2009/08/19 - $93,190 -7% 478 $195   $10,650,589 55
2009/08/20 - $90,616 -3% 478 $190   $10,741,205 56
2009/08/21 - $103,069 +14% 399 $258   $10,844,274 57
2009/08/22 - $163,164 +58% 399 $409   $11,007,438 58
2009/08/23 - $116,784 -28% 399 $293   $11,124,222 59
2009/08/24 - $43,398 -63% 399 $109   $11,167,620 60
2009/08/25 - $46,134 +6% 399 $116   $11,213,754 61
2009/08/26 - $51,751 +12% 399 $130   $11,265,505 62
2009/08/27 - $50,117 -3% 399 $126   $11,315,622 63
2009/08/28 - $74,588 +49% 306 $244   $11,390,210 64
2009/08/29 - $123,474 +66% 306 $404   $11,513,684 65
2009/08/30 - $82,228 -33% 306 $269   $11,595,912 66
2009/08/31 - $30,149 -63% 306 $99   $11,626,061 67
2009/09/01 - $36,473 +21% 306 $119   $11,662,534 68
2009/09/02 - $32,131 -12% 306 $105   $11,694,665 69
2009/09/03 - $32,103 n/c 306 $105   $11,726,768 70
2009/09/04 - $63,050 +96% 259 $243   $11,789,818 71
2009/09/05 - $92,866 +47% 259 $359   $11,882,684 72
2009/09/06 - $107,839 +16% 259 $416   $11,990,523 73
2009/09/07 28 $71,263 -34% 259 $275   $12,061,786 74
2009/09/08 - $22,096 -69% 259 $85   $12,083,882 75
2009/09/09 - $20,301 -8% 259 $78   $12,104,183 76
2009/09/10 - $18,350 -10% 259 $71   $12,122,533 77
2009/09/11 - $41,443 +126% 187 $222   $12,163,976 78
2009/09/12 - $65,887 +59% 187 $352   $12,229,863 79
2009/09/13 - $33,687 -49% 187 $180   $12,263,550 80
2009/09/14 - $13,955 -59% 187 $75   $12,277,505 81
2009/09/15 - $16,147 +16% 187 $86   $12,293,652 82
2009/09/16 - $18,514 +15% 187 $99   $12,312,166 83
2009/09/17 - $18,253 -1% 187 $98   $12,330,419 84
2009/09/18 - $22,264 +22% 109 $204   $12,352,683 85
2009/09/19 - $29,838 +34% 109 $274   $12,382,521 86
2009/09/20 - $20,091 -33% 109 $184   $12,402,612 87
2009/09/21 - $8,349 -58% 109 $77   $12,410,961 88
2009/09/22 - $9,830 +18% 109 $90   $12,420,791 89
2009/09/23 - $9,263 -6% 109 $85   $12,430,054 90
2009/09/24 - $11,138 +20% 109 $102   $12,441,192 91
2009/09/25 - $13,240 +19% 82 $161   $12,454,432 92
2009/09/26 - $19,156 +45% 82 $234   $12,473,588 93
2009/09/27 - $12,768 -33% 82 $156   $12,486,356 94
2009/09/28 - $6,073 -52% 82 $74   $12,492,429 95
2009/09/29 - $6,165 +2% 82 $75   $12,498,594 96
2009/09/30 - $6,781 +10% 82 $83   $12,505,375 97
2009/10/01 - $6,373 -6% 82 $78   $12,511,748 98
2009/10/02 - $6,869 +8% 49 $140   $12,518,617 99
2009/10/03 - $10,836 +58% 49 $221   $12,529,453 100
2009/10/04 - $6,978 -36% 49 $142   $12,536,431 101
2009/10/05 - $2,987 -57% 49 $61   $12,539,418 102
2009/10/06 - $3,441 +15% 49 $70   $12,542,859 103
2009/10/07 - $4,465 +30% 49 $91   $12,547,324 104
2009/10/08 - $3,520 -21% 49 $72   $12,550,844 105
2009/10/09 - $5,801 +65% 45 $129   $12,556,645 106
2009/10/10 - $8,544 +47% 45 $190   $12,565,189 107
2009/10/11 - $6,206 -27% 45 $138   $12,571,395 108
2009/10/12 - $3,167 -49% 45 $70   $12,574,562 109
2009/10/13 - $2,788 -12% 45 $62   $12,577,350 110
2009/10/14 - $3,195 +15% 45 $71   $12,580,545 111
2009/10/15 - $2,048 -36% 45 $46   $12,582,593 112
2009/11/13 - $12,629   138 $92   $12,620,108 141
2009/11/14 - $16,512 +31% 138 $120   $12,636,620 142
2009/11/15 - $10,469 -37% 138 $76   $12,647,089 143
2009/11/16 - $5,191 -50% 138 $38   $12,652,280 144
2009/11/17 - $6,425 +24% 138 $47   $12,658,705 145
2009/11/18 - $6,591 +3% 138 $48   $12,665,296 146
2009/11/19 - $5,809 -12% 138 $42   $12,671,105 147

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/06/26 27 $145,352   4 $36,338   $145,352 3
2009/07/03 28 $131,202 -10% 9 $14,578   $370,123 10
2009/07/10 17 $641,168 +389% 60 $10,686   $1,101,834 17
2009/07/17 14 $740,224 +15% 94 $7,875   $2,148,619 24
2009/07/24 13 $1,438,355 +94% 238 $6,044   $4,015,070 31
2009/07/31 14 $1,909,170 +33% 523 $3,650   $6,755,335 38
2009/08/07 16 $1,260,820 -34% 535 $2,357   $8,987,925 45
2009/08/14 21 $644,194 -49% 478 $1,348   $10,365,831 52
2009/08/21 24 $383,017 -41% 399 $960   $11,124,222 59
2009/08/28 27 $280,290 -27% 306 $916   $11,595,912 66
2009/09/04 28 $263,755 -6% 259 $1,018   $11,990,523 73
2009/09/11 32 $141,017 -47% 187 $754   $12,263,550 80
2009/09/18 44 $72,193 -49% 109 $662   $12,402,612 87
2009/09/25 55 $45,164 -37% 82 $551   $12,486,356 94
2009/10/02 61 $24,683 -45% 49 $504   $12,536,431 101
2009/10/09 63 $20,551 -17% 45 $457   $12,571,395 108
2009/11/13 48 $39,610   138 $287   $12,647,089 143
2010/03/05 20 $439,000   274 $1,602   $14,700,000 255

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/17/20103281,886 281,886$5,071,129$5,071,1291
1/24/20106120,509-57% 402,395$2,151,086$7,222,2152
1/31/2010868,669-43% 471,064$1,304,024$8,526,2393
2/7/20109106,387+55% 577,451$1,974,543$10,500,7824
2/14/20101268,937-35% 646,388$1,240,177$11,740,9585
2/21/20102548,259-30% 694,647$868,179$12,609,1386
2/28/20101573,556+52% 768,203$1,323,272$13,932,4107
3/7/20107105,342+43% 873,545$1,895,103$15,827,5138
3/14/20108304,971+190% 1,178,516$5,486,428$21,313,9419
3/21/201013142,388-53% 1,320,904$2,561,560$23,875,50110
3/28/20101877,931-45% 1,398,835$1,401,979$25,277,48011
4/11/20101345,937 1,495,417$826,407$27,014,99013
4/18/20102430,414-34% 1,525,831$547,148$27,562,13814
4/25/20101429,694-2% 1,555,525$534,195$28,096,33315
5/2/20102218,673-37% 1,574,198$335,927$28,432,26016
6/13/20101928,279 1,633,028$351,225$29,369,47222
6/20/20101176,710+171% 1,709,738$925,890$30,295,36123

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/17/20101111,682 111,682$2,735,092$2,735,0921
1/24/2010546,567-58% 158,249$1,103,635$3,838,7272
1/31/2010726,327-43% 184,576$605,250$4,443,9773
2/7/2010438,974+48% 223,550$896,001$5,339,9784
2/14/2010929,831-23% 253,381$685,824$6,025,8025
2/21/2010623,078-23% 276,458$531,019$6,556,8216
2/28/20101822,080-4% 298,538$507,623$7,064,4447
3/7/2010425,448+15% 323,986$585,807$7,650,2518
3/14/2010377,044+203% 401,030$1,803,598$9,453,8499
3/21/2010533,304-57% 434,335$795,961$10,249,81010
3/28/20101113,329-60% 447,663$325,096$10,574,90611
4/4/20101020,276+52% 467,939$504,274$11,079,18012
4/11/20101312,042-41% 479,981$300,927$11,380,10713
4/18/2010528,543+137% 508,524$585,987$11,966,09414
4/25/20101312,061-58% 520,585$241,097$12,207,19115
5/2/2010159,176-24% 529,762$183,437$12,390,62816
6/13/2010721,530 580,798$334,368$13,301,32322

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